Murder of a Lady

[Murder of a Lady]
Editore The British Library Publishing Division
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Type: Literature
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Anthony Wynne, pseudonym of Robert McNair Wilson (1882-1963) studied medicine in Glasgow and worked in a London clinic. Hence the importance of doctors as characters in his works. He wrote some of the best mysteries of the golden age of the British crime novel. This work was first published in the UK in 1931. Apart from the mystery, it is an interesting reflection of the social crisis of the interwar period.

Author: Manuel Martínez, Spain
Update on: Feb 2024