James Anderson (author)
James Anderson (1936–2007) was a British author. He is best known for his books featuring Inspector Wilkins. Set in the 1930s, the books are set in a large fictional British estate, or stately home of George Henry Aylvin Saunders, the 12th Earl of Burford. The books are a humorous look at the Golden Age type of mystery, which feature whodunnits set during a house party, and contain joking references to Inspector Appleby, the detective created by Michael Innes, or Inspector Alleyn, created by Ngaio Marsh, and to the well-known private detective Hercule Poirot, invented by Agatha Christie.
Anderson also wrote novelizations based on the television series, Murder, She Wrote.
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... Evidence Authority control WorldCat VIAF 35698314 LCCN n50021911 Persondata Name Anderson JamesAlternative names Short description English mystery writer Date of birth 1936 Place of birth Date of death 2007 Place of ...
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“The only obligation to which in advance we may hold a novel, without incurring the accusation of being arbitrary, is that it be interesting.”
—Henry James (18431916)
“Tjaden: How do they start a war?
Albert: Well, one country offends another.
Tjaden: How could one country offend another? You mean theres a mountain over in Germany gets mad at a field in France?”
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