Entry updated 29 October 2021. Tagged: Author.
(? -? ) UK author who according to a contemporary Who's Who in Literature lived in London, and who was active from the turn of the century for about three decades, usually as the author of nonfiction self-help manuals, crime novels and a series of children's stories. He also used the pseudonym Arthur Ward Basset for a nonfiction work in the Famous Crimes series. Radium, and the Detective (1905) is a detective novel of marginal sf interest, and The Mystery of the Hidden City (1925) is a routine Lost World tale set in Brazil. [JC/DRL]
Albert E Bull
- Radium, and the Detective (London: G Routledge and Sons, 1905) [hb/]
- The Mystery of the Hidden City (London: Federation Press, 1925) [hb/]
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