Sir Max Pemberton (1863 - 1950)
Sir Max Pemberton was a popular British novelist, working mainly in the adventure and mystery genres. Pemberton was the editor of boys' magazine Chums during its heyday. Between 1896 and 1906 he also edited Cassell's Magazine, in which capacity he published the early works of R. Austin Freeman and William Le Queux. His most famous work The Iron Pirate was a bestseller during the early 1890s and it launched his prolific writing career. Other notable works included Captain Black (1911).
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