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Read The Murder of Lady Malvern Jules Poiret #2 ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Arly on using the pen name of Atherley Daunt' wrote a number of stories for the stage These reflected his acting experience The 1906 Christmas Double number of Answers summed up Frank's career to that point in time 'Mr Evans is one of Answers' most valued contributors A large proportion of the humorous illustrated articles which are so popular a feature of this journal are from his pen His first profession was the stage; but after many and varied experiences he turned to journalism in which calling after the usual early struggle for recognition he has met with much success and may be considered one of the leading humorists of the day' Frank's books mostly crime fiction were written between 1917 and 1930 His A Girl Alone 1917 and The Murder Club 1924 both had American editions as had his play The Wrong Side of the Ro.
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Read The Murder of Lady Malvern Jules Poiret #2 ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Patterns A full listing of Frank's writings has been given by Mrs Margaret Osoba in her article 'The Strange Case of Monsieur Poiret' in the June 2000 number of the Book and Magazine Collector No 195 pages 27 to 31 It is a significant article well worth referring to as is Mrs Osoba's earlier biography of Frank in the April 1993 edition of Country uest Vol 33No 11 pp 28 29 'Old Pawray the roots of a detective' In these articles Mrs Osoba argues that Agatha Christie must have got her idea for 'M Poirot' from Frank's 'M Poiret' in the New Magazine 1909 10 and the title for her 'Mouse Trap' from his book 'Murder Trap' Frank's major contribution to magazines came in Union Jack 1906 08;Sexton Blake stories in Penny Popular 1913 and in Champion 1923 24 Under the nom de plume of 'Crutchley Payne' he contributed to Chumand e.Frank Howell Evans ✓ 5 Read
Read The Murder of Lady Malvern Jules Poiret #2 ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Famous detective Jules Poiret and his friend Captain Haven are invited to the birthday party of Lady Malvern Poiret's joy of seeing his old friend again is short lived when Lady Malvern is murdered Poiret takes this murder to heart and vows revenge According to Wikipedia Jules Poiret was inspired by Sherlock Holmes and in turn inspired Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot Created in 1909 by writer Frank Howel Evans Jules Poiret is one of the grandfathers of the British detective genre An ex BBC researcher Margaret Osoba has now in the centenary year come up with the theory that Agatha Christie stole her character from a turn of the century thriller writer Frank Howel Evans In 1909 when Agatha was 19 and had begun to write Evans published a story about a detective named Poiret with much of Poirot's mannerisms and speech.
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