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Gwendoline Butler, née Williams (19 August 1922 in South London, England. January 5, 2013) was a British writer of mystery fiction and romance novels since 1956, she used the pseudonym Jennie Melville. Credited for the invention of "woman police detective", is well known for her series of inspector John coffin novels as Gwendoline Butler, and a female detective Charmian Daniels as Jennie Melville.
Gwendolyn Butler can lay claim to being one of the most versatile women novelists of the crime. Her books are scored in four categories: modern detectives Victorian mystery, the Gothic tales and romance novels. In 1973, the Association of writers of crime (CWA) awarded her the silver dagger in the coffin for Pandora’. Former Committee member of RSA, member of the detection Club, she took her degree in history at Oxford and her training in research ensures complete accuracy in every book.