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E. C. Vivian
Born 1882
Norfolk
Died 21 May 1947 (aged 64–65)
London
Pen name Jack Mann, Charles Henry Cannell
Occupation novelist, writer, editor
Nationality United Kingdom
Genres Fantasy, Supernatural, Detective

Evelyn Charles Henry Vivian (1882 - May 21, 1947) was an British editor and writer of fantasy and supernatural, detective novels and stories. Vivian is known for his series of novels featuring supernatural detective Gregory George Gordon Green or "Gees" which he wrote under his Jack Mann pseudonym.

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Works

Gees Series

Others

  • Passion-Fruit (1912)
  • City of Wonder (1923)
  • Fields of Sleep (1923)
  • People of the Darkness (1924)
  • The Lady of the Terraces (1925)
  • The King There Was (1926)
  • Woman Dominant (1930)
  • Guardian of the Cup (1930)
  • Coulson Goes South (1933)
  • Dead Man's Chest (1934)

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