Miles was born and educated in South Wales.
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Beginning in the mids, Miles turned to writing mystery fiction. His first series, written under his own name, featured Alan Saxon, a professional golfer-turned-amateur detective. After four books, Miles's publisher did not wish to continue the series,  which only resumed after a hiatus of more than a decade.
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In , Miles began a series set in the theatrical world of Elizabethan London. For this series, and for most of his subsequent writing, he adopted the pseudonym Edward Marston, the name reflecting that of a real Elizabethan playwright, John Marston.
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His next series as Marston was set during the reign of William the Conqueror ; its two main characters, surveyors for Domesday Book , are Ralph Delchard, a Norman soldier, and Gervase Bret, a former novice turned lawyer , who is half Saxon and half Breton. Six books were written in this series, with the last one, The Painted Lady , released in In the "Captain Rawson" series, Marston has written about a soldier and spy operating during the military campaigns of the Duke of Marlborough. This is set in the middle of the 19th century against the background of the "Railway Age".
Colbeck is a former barrister who is enthralled by the railways and marries a railwayman's daughter. Leeming, in contrast, detests travelling by train and yearns for the days of horse-drawn transport. Beginning with The Railway Detective itself in , there were sixteen titles in this series to the end of As Allen, he wrote about the private detectives George Porter Dillman and Genevieve Masefield, who operated aboard ocean liners of the early 20th century.
There were eight books in this series, starting with Murder on the Lusitania and concluding with Murder on the Celtic From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. They rescue the boy but in the process make a grim discovery - a frozen corpse It's Peter and Paul Skillen, identical twins and fearless thief catchers, stalk all who dare to walk in the shadow of the hangman.downtownla.thestandardrates.com/57-comprare-plaquenil.php
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When they catch a notorious burglar, they claim a handsome reward and infuriate the Bow Street Runners, who believe they have a monopoly on policing in the capital. Home Secretary Viscount Sidmouth faces a crisis.
On the shocking discovery of a passenger's body on the Great Western Railway excursion train, Detective Inspector Robert Colbeck and his assistant, Sergeant Victor Leeming, are dispatched to the scene. Faced with what initially appears to be a motiveless murder, Colbeck is intrigued by the murder weapon - a noose.
When it emerges that the victim had worked as a public executioner, Colbeck realises that this must be intrinsically linked to the killer's choice of weapon. Second, he must keep his promise to the dying man and bring his murderer to justice. As accidents, robberies, and other misfortunes dog the company, Bracewell starts to suspect a wider conspiracy. May With thousands of Britons fighting in the trenches, a severely depleted police force remains behind to keep the Home Front safe. Scotland Yard is already overstretched when the sinking of the Lusitania sparks an unprecedented wave of anti-German riots and arson attacks.
Among the victims is the immigrant tailor Jacob Stein, found dead in his burnt-out shop. I don't know what it was, I just couldn't get into this book. It is one of my favourite periods in history, but I was not gripped by it.
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