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« on: August 28, 2023, 04:17:18 am »

Ernest Carpenter Elmore was born in Maidstone in 1901, and boarded at Mill Hill School until 1919.

His novel "The Cheltenham Square Murder" appeared in 1937. It has nineteen chapters:

1)     The Square Circle
2)     Upset at Number Two
3)     Death at Number Six
4)     Meredith Gets to Work
5)     Burglary at Number Five
6)     Interviews
7)     The Empty House
8)     Mystery on the Roof
9)     The Fitzgeralds Talk
10)   April House
11)   Death Flies Again
12)   Suspect at Number One
13)   Probables and Possibles
14)   A Flutter at Number Seven
15)   The Raid at Charlton Kings
16)   Pure Deduction
17)   Jervis The Rake
18)   Startling Climax
19)   Post Mortem

Here we list all his literary productions:

He published thirty crime novels using the pseudonym "John Bude":
    The Cornish Coast Murder (1935)
    The Lake District Murder (1935)
    The Sussex Downs Murder (1936)
    The Cheltenham Square Murder (1937)
    Loss of a Head (1938)
    Hand on Alibi (1939)
    Death on Paper (1940)
    Death of a Cad (1940)
    Slow Vengeance (1941)
    Death Knows No Calendar (1942)
    Death Deals a Double (1943)
    Death in White Pyjamas (1944)
    Death in Ambush (1945)
    Trouble A-Brewing (1946)
    Death Makes a Prophet (1947)
    Dangerous Sunlight (1948)
    Murder in Montparnasse (1949)
    A Glut of Red Herrings (1949)
    Death Steals the Show (1950)
    The Constable and the Lady (1951)
    When the Case was Opened (1952)
    Death on the Riviera (1952)
    Twice Dead (1953)
    So Much in the Dark (1954)
    Two Ends to the Town (1955)
    A Shift of Guilt (1956)
    A Telegram from Le Touquet (1956)
    Another Man's Shadow (1957)
    A Twist of the Rope (1958)
    The Night the Fog Came Down (1958)

And six further novels, writing as Ernest Elmore:
    The Steel Grubs (1928)
    This Siren Song (1930)
    The Baboon and The Fiddle (1932)
    Green in Judgement (1939)
    Christmas at Gillybrook (1949)
    The Lumpton Gobbelings (1954)
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