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The Julian Symons Omnibus: The Man Who Killed Himself; The Man Whose Dreams Come True; The Man Who Lost His Wife

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Paperback, 608 pages
Published May 1st 1984 by Penguin Books
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Three novellas in one book. I enjoyed the first the most but they all have a degree of humour and ennui in them.
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Julian Gustave Symons is primarily remembered as a master of the art of crime writing. However, in his eighty-two years he produced an enormously varied body of work. Social and military history, biography and criticism were all subjects he touched upon with remarkable success, and he held a distinguished reputation in each field.

His novels were consistently highly individual and expertly crafted,
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