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by Anne Hocking

Author: Anne Hocking
Language: English
Publisher: Hutchinson Lib. Service (February 3, 1975)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.9
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1935) A novel by Anne Hocking.

1935) A novel by Anne Hocking. Used availability for Anne Hocking's Without The Option. February 1975 : UK Hardback.

Find sources: "Anne Hocking" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January . Without the Option (1935). The House of En-dor (1936).

Find sources: "Anne Hocking" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Naomi Annie Hocking 1889 Thornton Heath, Surrey, England. The daughter of Joseph Hocking, niece of Silas Hocking and Salome Hocking and sister of Elizabeth Nisot and Joan Shill, all writers, Anne Hocking was a prolific mystery writer, author of more than 40 genre novels between 1930 and 1962. One of them (1940's The Wicked Flee) was made into a British crime film in 1957.

Further Information Anne Hocking, daughter of the author Joseph, was born in England in the 1890s. Sadly we know little else about her. She did write eleven non-criminous novels, which are not included here. Her main series character was Inspector Austen who was later aided by Inspector Curtis and Sergeant Flyte. Books Wanted Bibliography Dustwrapper Artwork Home Page.

Walk Into My Parlour (1934). The Hunt is Up (1934).

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Mona Naomi Anne Messer Hocking (1890 – 1966) was an English crime writer, best remembered for her detective stories featuring Chief Superintendent William Austen. Old Mrs. Fitzgerald (1939).

Naomi Anne Messer Hocking (1890-1966) was an English writer and the daughter of the writer Joseph Hocking. Her series characters were Inspector Curtis and Sergeant Flyte. She also wrote one book (Mouse Trap) as Mona Messer. A Castle For Sale (1930).

Anne Hocking’s most popular book is La Señorita Milverton. Poison in Paradise by. Anne Hocking. Relative Murder by.