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Biography & Bibliography
Born: Edith Caroline Rivett, 1884, Hendon, Middlesex (now London), England
Died: 1959, England
Publishing Name(s): E. C. R. Lorac; Carol Carnac
Member of The Detection Club
Author from The Golden Age Of Detective Fiction
Series Character(s): A ‘London Scot’ Detective Chief Inspector Robert Macdonald & Detective Inspector Reeves; Detective Inspector Ryvet & Detective Inspector Lansing; Detective Chief Inspector Julian Rivers & Detective Inspector Lansing
Edith Caroline Rivett, who wrote under the pseudonyms E. C. R. Lorac and Carol Carnac, was a British crime writer. She was born in Hendon, Middlesex, (now London). She attended the South Hampstead High School, and the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London. She was a member of The Detection Club. She was a very prolific writer, writing forty-eight mysteries under her first pen name, and twenty-three under her second. She was an important author of The Golden Age Of Detective Fiction. Read More on wikipedia. Read More on gadetection.
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