The Murder Of Madeline Brown


      The Murder Of Madeline Brown
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Francis William Lauderdale Adams was born in Malta and educated mostly in England and later in France He emigrated to Australia to improve his health in 1884, and soon became a committed republican, writing for the Bulletin as well as William Lane s Left wing paper, The Boomerang A collection of radical poetry, Songs of the Army of the Night, was published in 1888 But he also published across a range of popular genres his first novel was a work of crime fiction, Madeline Brown s Murderer, published in Melbourne in 1887 Adams is also remembered for his social sketches and his journalism Living in Margate, England, Adams became increasingly ill with tuberculosis and throat cancer He shot himself with a pistol, with his wife close by.Note Not to be confused with Francis Adams 1796 26 February 1861

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  • 160 pages
  • The Murder Of Madeline Brown
  • Francis Adams
  • 23 February 2018
  • 1876485523

8 thoughts on “ The Murder Of Madeline Brown

  1. says:

    I ll be honest I was keen to read this book because of the similarity in timeframe for its writing to that of Fergus Hume s The Mystery of the Hansom Cab and because of Shane Maloney s excellent introduction to the book comments that Adam s made no particularly literary claims for this novel, and possibly wrote it in an attempt to capitalise on Mr Hume s huge success Interestingly I liked the Hansom Cab book very much Even allowing for the differences in timeframes, languages and I ll be honest I was keen to read this book because of the similarity in timeframe for its writing to that of Fergus ...

  2. says:

    An interesting read.

  3. says:

    Read itfor its curiosity value than anythingan Australian whodunit originally published in 1887 a rarity.

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