Order of Albert Campion Books
Albert Campion is the central character in a series of crime fiction novels and short stories by British author Margery Allingham. Campion was apparently created as a parody of Dorothy L. Sayers‘ Lord Peter Wimsey character but eventually developed his own personality. Like Wimsey, he is also a British gentleman. He is described as thin, blond, wears glasses, affable, inoffensive and bland but is also a man of authority and action.
The Albert Campion series began in 1929 with the novel The Crime at Black Dudley (aka The Black Dudley Murder). The series ran for 21 novels (including two written by Allingham’s husband). The series ended in 1971 with the novel Mr. Campion’s Quarry by Allingham and Youngman Carter. Below is a list of Margery Allingham’s Albert Campion books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Albert Campion Books
Publication Order of Albert Campion Collections
|Mr. Campion and Others||(1937)|
|The Casebook of Mr Campion||(1947)|
|The Return of Mr. Campion: Uncollected Stories||(1989)|
|Mr. Campion's Lucky Day and Other Stories||(1992)|
Notes: The Crime at Black Dudley is also titled The Black Dudley Murder. Look to the Lady was also published as The Gyrth Chalice Mystery. Sweet Danger is also known as The Fear Sign and as Kingdom of Death. Dancers in Mourning is also known as Who Killed Chloe?. Coroner’s Pidgin is also titled Pearls Before Swine. The Beckoning Lady is also known as The Estate of the Beckoning Lady. Traitor’s Purse was also published under the title The Sabotage Murder Mystery. Hide My Eyes is also known as Tether’s End. Mr. Campion and Others was also published as Mr. Campion, Criminologist. Mr. Campion’s Quarry was also known as Mr. Campion’s Falcon. Mr. Campion’s Fathing and Mr. Campion’s Quarry were finished by Youngman Carter. Mr. Campion’s Fox was written by Mike Ripley.