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Margery Allingham was one of the great writers of the British "Golden Age" of crime fiction, along with Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers. She is best known for her stories about Albert Campion, the aristocratic gentleman detective. The Margery Allingham Society was founded in 1988.
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