John Mortimer (1923-2009) was an English author, screenwriter, and barrister, best known for his character Horace Rumpole, which he based on his father. Mortimer got his start as a writer working for the Crown Film Unit making propaganda, this experience would be the basis for his first novel Charade. Though the character of Horace Rumpole was created for a BBC television show, Mortimer went on to publish a number of books and short stories featuring the character. Mortimer was designated a Commander of the British Empire in 1986 and later knighted in 1998.

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Title: The First Rumpole Omnibus, Author: John Mortimer
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Title: Forever Rumpole: The Best of the Rumpole Stories, Author: John Mortimer
Title: The Second Rumpole Omnibus, Author: John Mortimer
Title: Rumpole and the Reign of Terror, Author: John Mortimer
Title: A Rumpole Christmas: Stories, Author: John Mortimer
Title: The Third Rumpole Omnibus, Author: John Mortimer
Title: Rumpole of the Bailey, Author: John Mortimer
Title: Rumpole Rests His Case, Author: John Mortimer
Title: A Voyage Round My Father, Author: John Mortimer
Title: Rumpole Misbehaves, Author: John Mortimer
Title: Rumpole and the Primrose Path, Author: John Mortimer
Title: A Christmas Carol, Author: John Mortimer
Title: Come As You Are! - Four Plays, Author: John Mortimer
Title: The Anti-Social Behaviour of Horace Rumpole, Author: John Mortimer
Title: A Flea in Her Ear, Author: Georges Feydeau
Title: The Sound of Trumpets, Author: John Mortimer
Title: Rumpole and the Angel of Death, Author: John Mortimer
Title: The International Robot Industry Report, Author: John Mortimer

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