H.C. Bailey

H.C. Bailey was one of the Big Five writers of the Golden Age, mentioned in the same breath as Edgar Allan Poe and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Many critics - among them Dorothy L. Sayers, Howard Haycraft (Murder for Pleasure, 1941), and Torquemada (The Observer, 31 March 1935) - considered him one of the genre's … Continue reading H.C. Bailey