Inspector West At Home

Inspector West At Home by John Creasy

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John Creasey (English John Creasey ) September 17, 1908 - June 9, 1973 A prolific English detective writer, wrote under 28 pseudonyms, incl.  Anthony Morton (Anthony Morton) Michael Halliday (Michael Halliday) Gordon Ashe (Gordon Ashe) Jeremy York [/ b ] (Jeremy York), J. J.

Merrick (JJ Marric), Norman Deane (Norman Deane), Abel Mann (Abel Mann), Peter Manton ( Peter Manton), Patrick Gill (Patrick Gill). Born in the small town of Southfields (Surrey, England) into a working family with many children, he was the seventh of nine children. A difficult childhood, poverty and illness (poliomyelitis) stimulated the writer`s continuous work (he wanted not just money, but big money). In the first years of his work, he published 2 novels a week, then, after being criticized, he reduced the rate to 1 per month. Working sometimes simultaneously on a dozen books at once, Creasy retained the original method of writing them. At first he sketched a plot, then he always put off the manuscript and returned to it later, leaving time to think out the details. Thus, the book was sometimes written for a year, and the flow method was preserved. The method allowed the writer not to be too repetitive in the plots. As options for avoiding repetition, various cross-cutting characters were used (the most famous is Inspector Roger West) and various pseudonyms of the author. In total, about 600 works have been created. John Creasy has never denied that he is a purely commercial writer. When his dream came true (a huge house and luxurious cars), the writer did not give up his hard work, explaining this with an unbending will to win inherent in childhood, and he sent a considerable part of his funds to charitable assistance to those who were not so lucky in this life. After his death, manuscripts remained for many years of work. In 2007, relatives of John Creasy sold the copyright for his works to Owatonna Media (by the way, she owns the rights to the works of many authors of the detective genre, including Agatha Christie, Ian Flemming).  Detective. Declaration of love , en.wikipedia , writer`s site . The main characters are Gideon of Scotland Yard [28 books], Toff (Gentleman) [68 books], Baron (Baron) [62 books], Inspector Roger West [67 books].

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John Creasey (English John Creasey ) September 17, 1908 - June 9, 1973 A prolific English detective writer, wrote under 28 pseudonyms, incl.  Anthony Morton (Anthony Morton) Michael Halliday (Michael Halliday) Gordon Ashe (Gordon Ashe) Jeremy York (Jeremy York), J. J. Merrick (JJ Marric), Norman Deane (Norman Deane), Abel Mann (Abel Mann), Peter Manton ( Peter Manton), Patrick Gill (Patrick Gill). Born in the small town of Southfields (Surrey, England) into a working family with many children, he was the seventh of nine children. A difficult childhood, poverty and illness (poliomyelitis) stimulated the writer`s continuous work (he wanted not just money, but big money). In the first years of his work, he published 2 novels a week, then, after being criticized, he reduced the rate to 1 per month. Working sometimes simultaneously on a dozen books at once, Creasy retained the original method of writing them. At first he sketched a plot, then he always put off the manuscript and returned to it later, leaving time to think out the details. Thus, the book was sometimes written for a year, and the flow method was preserved. The method allowed the writer not to be too repetitive in the plots. As options for avoiding repetition, various cross-cutting characters were used (the most famous is Inspector Roger West) and various pseudonyms of the author. In total, about 600 works have been created. John Creasy has never denied that he is a purely commercial writer. When his dream came true (a huge house and luxurious cars), the writer did not give up his hard work, explaining this with an unbending will to win inherent in childhood, and he sent a considerable part of his funds to charitable assistance to those who were not so lucky in this life. After his death, manuscripts remained for many years of work. In 2007, relatives of John Creasy sold the copyright for his works to Owatonna Media (by the way, she owns the rights to the works of many authors of the detective genre, including Agatha Christie, Ian Flemming).  Detective. Declaration of love , en.wikipedia , writer`s site . The main characters are Gideon of Scotland Yard [28 books], Toff (Gentleman) [68 books], Baron (Baron) [62 books], Inspector Roger West [67 books].