(Kenilworth, Warwickshire: 28th November 1863 - Hampstead: 12th April 1938)
Edgar Alfred Jepson was an English author of mostly adventure and detective fiction. He attended Leamington College for Boys and graduated from Balliol College, Oxford. Jepson spent some years living in Barbados, before taking up residence in London, where he began his literary career. Jepson was also a translator, notably of the Arsène Lupin stories of Maurice Leblanc.
Coauthors: Robert Eustace