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Born: Alan Alexander Milne, 18 January 1882, Kilburn, London, England
Died: 31 January 1956, Hartfield, Sussex, England
Publishing Name(s): A. A. Milne
Member of The Detection Club
Author from The Golden Age Of Detective Fiction
Series Character(s): Amateur detective Antony Gillingham
A. A. Milne was an English playwright and essayist best known today for his children's books. He was born in London and educated at Westminster School and Trinity College Cambridge, before serving in the British Army during WW1. His one detective novel is The Red House Mystery (1922), which features the light-hearted amateur detective Antony Gillingham. His collection A Table Near The Band (1950) also contains two mystery stories. He also wrote a stage thriller The Fourth Wall, which is of the inverted type - the murder is committed onstage in full view of the audience. Read More on wikipedia. Read More on gadetection.
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