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Thomas, Alan

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Alan Thomas was the pseudonym of Ernest Wentworth (1896-??), an English writer.


Alan (Ernest Wentworth) Thomas was born in London in 1896. He was educated at Malvern College and Cambridge, and was a barrister and literary editor. Died in 1969. I list 16 titles in my bibliography, but 8 of them may be at least marginally criminous. The Insp. Widgeon who appears in The Death of Laurence Vining also turns up at least in Death of the Home Secretary (1933). Thomas's other series characters, Maurice Arbuthnot and Cyril Fortescue, appear in The Stolen Cellini (1931) and Summer Adventure (1933).

 

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Bibliography

 

The Death of Laurence Vining (1928)

The Tremayne Case (1929)

Daggers Drawn (1930)

The Lonely Years (1930)

The Stolen Cellini (1931)

Death of a Home Secretary (1933)

Summer Adventure (1933)

That We Might Live (1935)

The Mask and the Man (1951)

The Fugitives (1953)

The Director (1958)

The Governor (1961)

The Surgeon (1964)

The Judge (1966)

The Professor (1969)

The Calverton Story (1970)

 

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