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Walter Frederick Morris (1892–1975)was an English novelist, best known for his mystery novel, Bretherton (1929), set in World War I.


Morris was born in Norwich. He served with the Norfolk regiment during WW1, reaching the acting rank of Major, and was awarded the Military Cross[1].


  • Veteran Youth (as Corney Morris, 1925 Hodder & Stoughton)
  • The British Empire (1927)
  • Bretherton:Khaki or Field Grey? (1929)
  • Behind the Lines (1930 Geoffrey Bles). Published in USA as The Strange Case of Gunner Rawley (1930 Dodd,Mead)
  • Pagan (1931 Geoffrey Bles)
  • The Hold-up (1933 Geoffrey Bles)
  • Something to His Advantage (1935 Geoffrey Bles)
  • Goring's First Case (as Peter Kippax, 1936 Michael Joseph)
  • No Turning Back (1937 Michael Joseph)
  • The Channel Mystery (1939)


  1. ^ London Gazette edition 31711 p16118


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