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Essay, Biography or Paragraph on “James Hadley Chaise” complete biography for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation and other classes.

James Hadley Chaise

 

Britain : Popular detective writer

Born : 1906                 Died : 1985

James Hadley Chaise remains a very popular novelist amongst the young people for his romantic and detective novels. He was rather succeeded in capturing their imagination and created for himself a committed band of readers. His popularity can be gauged from by the fact that twenty million copies of his novels have been sold all over the world.

This famous writer was born in London in 1906, but his style of writing was fairly American. His first novel was published in 1938, followed by some eighty novels which were sold like hot cakes. The most well-known amongst his novels is No Orchids for Miss Blandish. Films have been made in England, America and France based on its story.

James Hadley Chaise served in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. He immigrated to France in 1956 and onto Switzerland in 1961 where Charlie Chaplin was his neighbour. Chaise died at the age of 78 in 1985.

James Hadley Chaise’s novels are widely read in India. His other popular novels are: I would Rather Stay Prayer, Well, Now My Pretty, Mission for Safe Vaults, They don’t Make that Anymore’ , Do me a Favour, Drop Dead, We Won’t Need it Now, Want to Stay Alive, A Time to Die, I , the Killer, A Coffin from Hong Kong, Sucker Punch, Bang Bang, You are Dead, Get a Load of This , The Joker in the Pack, A Lotus for Miss Koono, Knock Knock, The Way the Cookie Crumbles, The Last Hunt, Mare Deadly than the Male, Cod, The Dead Stay Dumb, Shock Treatment, Mission to Venice, Figure it out Yourself, Lady Harris, You are Great, The Fast Buck and Trusted Like the Fox.

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