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Michael Innes (1906–1994)

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Author of detective and mystery fiction, he created the popular characters Sir John Appleby of Scotland Yard and Charles Honeybath, an amateur sleuth and member of the Royal Academy of the Arts. See more trivia »

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 1977 Candleshoe (book "Christmas at Candleshoe")
 1964-1968 Detective (TV Series) (novel - 2 episodes)
- Lesson in Anatomy (1968) ... (novel)
- A Connoisseur's Case (1964) ... (novel)
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J.I.M. Stewart
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In addition to writing 49 mysteries under the pseudonym Michael Innes, he was a Fellow of Christ Church, Oxford, and a professor English literature who wrote many scholarly works and non-mystery novels under his professional name, J.I.M. Stewart. See more »

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