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Albert Campion is the protagonist of a series of novels by Margery Allingham; outwardly a Rich Idiot With No Day Job but in reality a Gentleman Adventurer who is willing to sell his skills to anyone in trouble.

A television adaptation, Campion, debuted in 1989. It featured Peter Davison as Campion.

Novels in this series

  • "The Crime at Black Dudley" (1929), also known as "The Black Dudley Murder".
  • "Mystery Mile" (1930).
  • "Look to the Lady" (1931), also known as "The Gyrth Chalice Mystery".
  • "Police at the Funeral" (1931).
  • "Sweet Danger" (1933), also known as "Kingdom of Death" and "The Fear Sign".
  • "Death of a Ghost" (1934).
  • "Flowers for the Judge" (1936), also known as "Legacy in Blood".
  • "The Case of the Late Pig" (1937).
  • "Dancers in Mourning" (1937), also known as "Who Killed Chloe?".
  • "The Fashion in Shrouds" (1938).
  • "Traitor's Purse" (1941), also known as "The Sabotage Murder Mystery".
  • "Coroner's Pidgin" (1945), also known as "Pearls Before Swine".
  • "More Work for the Undertaker" (1948).
  • "The Tiger in the Smoke" (1952).
  • "The Beckoning Lady" (1955), also known as "The Estate of the Beckoning Lady".
  • "Hide My Eyes" (1958), also known as "Tether's End" and "Ten Were Missing".
  • "The China Governess" (1962).
  • "The Mind Readers" (1965).
  • "Cargo of Eagles" (1968). Novel left incomplete due to the death of Allingham in 1966. Completed by her husband Philip Youngman Carter.
  • "Mr. Campion's Farthing" (1969) by Philip Youngman Carter.
  • "Mr. Campion's Falcon" (1970) by Philip Youngman Carter. Published posthumously as Carter died in 1969.

Tropes used in Albert Campion include: