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R. Austin Freeman was a 20th century fiction author best known for detective mysteries. He went so far as to claim he invented the "inverted detective" genre, but regardless of what credit he deserves, his work continues to be read today.
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About the Author British writer R. Austin Freeman (1862–1943) was a surgeon and mystery writer best known for his detective character Dr John Thorndyke. R. Austin Freeman Classic Mysteries Include: The Red Thumb Mark (1907) John Thorndyke's Cases (1909) The Vanishing Man, published in the UK as Eye of Osiris (1911) The Mystery of 31 New Inn (1912) The Singing Bone (1912), published in the US as The Adventures of Dr. Thorndyke A Silent Witness (1914) Helen Vardon's Confession (1922)
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