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John Creasey MBE (17 September 1908 – 9 June 1973) was an English crime and science fiction writer. The author of more than 600 novels, he published them using 28 different pseudonyms, including Anthony Morton, Michael Halliday, Kyle Hunt, J.J. Marric, Jeremy York, Richard Martin, Peter Manton, Norman Deane, Gordon Ashe, Henry St. John Cooper, Credo, Robert Caine Frazer, James Marsden, Colin Hughes, Martin Richard, Rodney Mattheson, Brian Hope, Abel Mann and others, including Westerns under the names of Tex Riley, William K. Reilly, Jimmy Wilde and Ken Ranger, and Romantic novels by the names of Margaret Cooke, M.E. Cooke, and Elise Fecamps.
He created several characters which are now famous, such as The
Toff, Commander George Gideon of Scotland Yard, Inspector Roger
West, The Baron, and Doctor Stanislaus Alexander Palfrey. The most
popular of these was Gideon of Scotland Yard, who was the basis
for the television series Gideon's Way and for the John Ford movie
Gideon of Scotland Yard (1958), also known by its British title
Gideon's Day. The Baron character was made into a 1960s TV series
starring Steve Forrest as The Baron.