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Freeman Wills Crofts was born in Dublin in 1879 and died in 1957. He worked for a Northern Irish railway company as an engineer until 1929, before turning to detective fiction His plots reveal his mathematical training and he specialised in the seemingly unbreakable alibi, laying layer upon layer within his stories. He loved ships and trains and the intricacies of transport timetables feature in many of his stories. Crofts' best-known character is Inspector Joseph French. French appears for the first time in Inspector French's Greatest Case. He is a detective who achieves his results through dogged persistence.
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Freeman Wills Crofts (1879-1957) was an Irish writer of mysteries, and considered to be one of the big four of the Golden Age of detective fiction. He originally pursued a career in engineering working for the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway. He turned to writing during an extended illness in 1919 and produced his first book, The Cask. He wrote over forty books over his career, many of them featuring his most famous character, Inspector French.
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