Ernest Raymond
(1888-1974)

Died aged c. 86

Ernest Raymond OBE (1888–1974) was a British novelist, best known for his first novel, Tell England (1922), set in World War I. His next biggest success was We, the Accused (1935), generally thought to be a reworking of the Crippen case. Raymond was a highly prolific writer, with an output forty-six novels, two plays and ten non-fiction works.

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Ernest Raymond Novelist 1888-1974 Author of more than fifty books including We The Accused lived at 22 The Pryors 1941-1974

22 The Pryors, East Heath Road, Hampstead, London, United Kingdom where they lived