Knowledge Identifier: +Georgette_Heyer
Born in 1902.
Countries: United Kingdom (36%), United States (18%), France (18%)
Linked to: King's College London, Royal College of Music, Royal School of Mines, British Army
He left the army in 1920 with the rank of captain, taught at King's College London and sometimes wrote for "The Granta"
One of the books featuring Heyer's characters, "Death in the Stocks", was dramatized in New York City in 1937 as "Merely Murder"
The Blitz bombing of 1940–41 disrupted train travel in Britain, prompting Heyer and her family to move to London in 1942 so that Rougier would be closer to his work
Barbara Cartland - In 1950, Cartland was accused of plagiarism by author Georgette Heyer, after a reader drew her attention to the apparent borrowing of Heyer's character names, character traits, dialogue and plot points in Cartland's early historical romances