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The Anatomy of Murder
 
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Helen de Guerry Simpson
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The Anatomy of Murder

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Seven famous murders explored in essays by Detection Club members Helen de Guerry Simpson, Margaret Cole, Dorothy L. Sayers, John Rhode, E.R. Punshon, Francis Iles, and Freeman Wills Crofts
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published 1937 by The Macmillan Company
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NOT Helen Simpson short story writer, born 1959.

Helen Simpson was an Australian-born writer, who lived in England from the age of 16. She studied music at Oxford, before becoming a novelist, a writer of historical biography, a radio broadcaster and a politician.

She joined the 1931 Detection Club, and wrote a chapter for Ask a Policeman 1933.

Works:

Novels:

Acquittal (1925)
The Baseless Fabric (1925)...more
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