Cyril Hare was the pen-name of Alfred Alexander Gordon Clark, a barrister and County Court Judge, who wrote ten crime fiction books.
With a bare bodkin
Penguin Books in association with Faber and Faber
Francis Pettigrew encounters murder while acting as adviser to the Pin Control.
Best detective stories of Cyril Hare
Faber and Faber
A collection of short stories.
When the wind blows
Francis Pettigrew is roped in to help discover a murderer of a soloist in the Markhampton County Orchestral Society.
He should have died hereafter
When a man returns to the spot where he discovered a body in his childhood, he finds another one, which then helpfully disappears.
The Oxford book of British detective stories
Oxford University Press
An anthology of thirty-three short stories.
Crime at Christmas : a seasonal box of murderous delights
An anthology of eighteen short stories, including two Sherlockian pastiches.
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