Bailey, H. C.
H. C. Bailey was an English drama critic, war correspondent, and lead writer for the Daily Telegraph. He wrote over 30 crime fiction books featuring either Reggie Fortune or Joshua Clunk.
Honour amongst thieves
Macdonald & Co., (Publishers) Ltd.
A clockmaker's shop is burgled and Clunk finds himself defending one of the thieves. The tenth book in the Joshua Clunk series.
Mr. Fortune's case book, containing Call Mr. Fortune ; Mr. Fortune's practice ; Mr. Fortune's trials ; Mr. Fortune, please
Methuen & Co. Ltd.
Omnibus volume containing the first four Reginald Fortune books.
Murder on the menu : cordon bleu stories of crime and mystery
An anthology of twenty-seven short stories.
The Oxford book of British detective stories
Oxford University Press
An anthology of thirty-three short stories.
Crime stories from the Strand
An anthology of thirty short stories, including two featuring Sherlock Holmes.
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine
Mellifont Press, Ltd., 1953.
Volume 1, April, Number 3
Contains 'The long dinner' by H. C. Bailey, and 'The king of the bats' by James Hilton.
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