Author: Henry Murray
Author: Henry Murray (1859–1937)
Biography: Henry Murray was born in 1859 in West Bromwich, the son of a printer and bookseller. He is the younger brother of novelist David Christie Murray. As a young man, he fled his severe and unsympathetic home and joined his brother in literary London. He assisted his brother in a novel A Dangerous Catspaw (1889) before single-authoring five novels himself. Murray had a wide circle of friends, including Robert Buchanan (the two co-authored a novel together) and Alfred Harmsworth. He gave up fiction for journalism and playwriting. He never married and died in 1937.
References: British Census (1881, 1901); Henry Murray, A Stepson of Fortune (1909); Times (17 June 1937); Wellesley
- A Game of Bluffs. 1 vol. London: Chatto and Windus, 1890.
- A Deputy Providence. 1 vol. London: Chapman and Hall, 1891.
- A Song of Sixpence. 1 vol. London: Chatto and Windus, 1892.
- A Man of Genius. 2 vol. London: Ward and Downey, 1895.
- The Ordeal of Thomas Taffler, Costermonger. 1 vol. London: Ward and Downey, 1896.
- A Fatal Mistake. 1 vol. London: Ward and Downey, 1896.
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