Francis Adams was born in Malta in 1862 and educated in England. He emigrated to Australia in 1884, largely as a result of ill health. Six years later he returned to England. He suicided in 1893 at the age of thirty. A freelance journalist and writer, Adams contributed poems, short stories and articles to numerous publications, most notably the Bulletin.
|Review||THE MURDER OF MADELINE BROWN - Francis Adams||
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