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Anthony Armstrong (1897–1976)

Author of Double Death: An Exercise in Detection

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,Anthony Armstrong, author of the Jimmy Rezaire thrillers, was the pseudonym of Anthony Armstrong Willis, 1897-1976, an Anglo-Canadian who wrote a wide range of works including novels, plays, children's stories and humorous pieces for Punch. Although the author's legal name was George Anthony Armstrong Willis, he preferred not to use the forename George.

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,Anthony Armstrong, author of the Jimmy Rezaire thrillers, was the pseudonym of Anthony Armstrong Willis, 1897-1976, an Anglo-Canadian who wrote a wide range of works including novels, plays, children's stories and humorous pieces for Punch. Although the author's legal name was George Anthony Armstrong Willis, he preferred not to use the forename George.

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