|Title:||Dr. Thorndyke Intervenes|
|Publisher:||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Tags:||crime, fiction, mystery, Dr. Thorndyke (Fictional character)|
In Dr. Thorndyke Intervenes, Freeman has taken as a basis the famous historical case of the Druce claim to the Portland title, which so astonished the ’nineties, and has worked out this theme with many intriguing twists and ramifications. Into it, as by a jig-saw, he has fitted a second ingenious and complicated problem.....Sunday Times (Dorothy L. Sayers, 22nd October 1933) [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Freeman, Richard Austin
Richard Austin Freeman, (born 1862, London—died Sept. 30, 1943, Gravesend, Kent, Eng.), popular English author of novels and short stories featuring the fictional character John Thorndyke, a pathologist-detective.
Educated as a physician and surgeon, Freeman practiced in the Gold Coast (now Ghana), where he caught a fever. Eventually forced by ill health to retire from practice (1904), he began to write fiction. The Red Thumb Mark (1907) was the first of many works featuring Thorndyke.
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