John Creasey

John Creasey (17 September 1908 – 9 June 1973) was an English author known mostly for detective and crime novels but who also wrote science fiction, romance and westerns. He wrote more than six hundred novels using twenty-eight different pseudonyms.

He created several ongoing characters, such as The Toff (The Honourable Richard Rollison), Commander George Gideon of Scotland Yard, Inspector Roger West, The Baron (John Mannering), Doctor Emmanuel Cellini and Doctor Stanislaus Alexander Palfrey. Gideon of Scotland Yard was the basis for the television series ''Gideon's Way'' and for the John Ford movie ''Gideon's Day'' (1958). The Baron character was made into a 1960s TV series starring Steve Forrest as ''The Baron''. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1978
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1972
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1978
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1976
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1977
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1971
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1977
    Book
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    by Creasey, John S.
    Published 1977
    Book
  9. 9
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1968
    Book
  10. 10
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1977
    Book
  11. 11
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1975
    Book
  12. 12
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1974
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1975
    Book
  14. 14
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1974
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1975
    Book
  16. 16
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1964
    Book
  17. 17
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1978
    Book
  18. 18
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1961
    Book
  19. 19
    by Creasey, John
    Published 1965
    Book
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    by Creasey, John
    Published 1957
    Book
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