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EM CHANNON

E. M. Channon wrote detective novels that are short, straightforward and sensational (her besetting fault), but they are competent and as usual have good characterisation. Evidently they were successful enough for her to follow them with others, The House With No Address (perhaps more of a thriller - almost a Ruth Randall precursor, but not so nasty) and The Gilt-Edged Mystery, which contains what must be the only example of a confession written ... no, I won't reveal where, Golden Glory, of the same period, is a return to the sheer melodrama of the pre-War novels.
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