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DOUGLAS CLARK

1919 - 1993

Writing as: Douglas Clark, James Ditton


According to the bio on Amazon: "Douglas Clark was born in Lincolnshire in 1919 and died in 1993. He was educated at the University of London and during WWII he served with the Royal Horse Artillery. He wrote over 20 crime novels and under other names, including James Ditton and Peter Hosier."



Series Books
Douglas Clark
 
Other Death After Evensong [Insp. George Masters] (1969)
  Nobody's Perfect [Insp. George Masters] (1969)
  Sweet Poison [Insp. George Masters] (1970)
  Deadly Pattern [Insp. George Masters] (1970)
  Sick to Death [Insp. George Masters] (1971)
  Premedicated Murder [Insp. George Masters] (1975)
  Dread and Water [Insp. George Masters] (1976)
  The Gimmel Flask [Insp. George Masters] (1977)
  Table D'Hote [Insp. George Masters] (1977)
  The Libertines [Insp. George Masters] (1978)
  Heberden's Seat [Insp. George Masters] (1979)
  Golden Rain [Insp. George Masters] (1980)
  Poacher's Bag [Insp. George Masters] (1980)
  Roast Eggs [Insp. George Masters] (1981)
  The Longest Pleasure [Insp. George Masters] (1981)
  Shelf Life [Insp. George Masters] (1982)
  Doone Walk [Insp. George Masters] (1982)
  The Monday Theory [Insp. George Masters] (1983)
  Vicious Circle [Insp. George Masters] (1983)
  Dead Letter [Insp. George Masters] (1984)
  Bouquet Garni [Insp. George Masters] (1984)
  Performance [Insp. George Masters] (1985)
  Jewelled Eye [Insp. George Masters] (1985)
  Storm Centre [Insp. George Masters] (1986)
  The Big Grouse [Insp. George Masters] (1986)
  Plain Sailing [Insp. George Masters] (1987)
  Bitter Water [Insp. George Masters] (1990)
 
James Ditton
 
John Boldre The Bigger They Are (1973)
  You're Fairly Welcome (1973)
  Escapemanship (1975)
 
Other Copley's Hunch (1980)