Lynn Brock

(Alister McAllister)
Ireland (1877 - 1943)

aka Anthony Wharton

Lynn Brock was one of the most popular and prolific detective novelists of the 1920s and 30s, famous for creating the detective character Colonel Gore and the pioneering psychological crime novel ‘Nightmare’. He won praise from fans and critics including Dorothy L. Sayers and T. S. Eliot.

Genres: Cozy Mystery
Colonel Gore
   1. The Deductions of Colonel Gore (1924)
     aka The Barrington Mystery
   2. The Powlett Murders (1925)
   3. The Kink (1925)
   Murder On the Bridge (1930)
     aka QED
   The Stoat (1940)
   The Two of Diamonds (1926) (as by Anthony Wharton)
   The Slip-carriage Mystery (1928)
   The Dagwort Coombe Murder (1929)
     aka The Stoke Silver Case
   The Mendip Mystery (1929)
     aka Murder at the Inn
   Nightmare (1932)
   The Silver Sickle Case (1938)
   Fourfingers (1939)
   The Riddle Of The Roost (1939)
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