|Title:||Crime and Mr. Campion (Albert Campion #6, 7 & 9)|
|Publisher:||Doubleday & Company, Inc.|
|Tags:||art, compendium, crime, fiction, mystery, film adaptation, Albert Campion (Fictional character)|
Collecting three early Campion novels with an artistic theme: the death of a great painter (Death of a Ghost), murder at a publishing house (Flowers for the Judge), and evil at the ballet (Dancers in Mourning); a fine and easy way to get acquainted with the characters and some of the best Golden Age writing! ... The Mysterious Bookshop. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Allingham, Margery
Margery Allingham was a British writer detective stories during the "Golden Age" of crime writing. Her character, Albert Campion first appeared in 1929. She continued to develop his character and kept him alive right up until her own death in 1966. The final Campion novel was completed by her husband Philip Youngman Carter posthumously.
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