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The Commander George Gideon series

Commander George Gideon of Scotland Yard is a fictional policeman who appeared in 26 police procedural novels.  They are written by J. J. Marric which is one of the pseudonyms used by John Creasey.  Gideon’s powerful appearance belies his softly spoken voice and has a hands on approach, and is loved and respected by his staff.  He does have a temper though… The television series GIDEON’S WAY was based on his GIDEON series, and also the John Ford movie GIDEON OF SCOTLAND YARD (1968) also was known by its British title GIDEON’S DAY.

The Commander George Gideon series  was published under the pseudonym J. J. Marric, 1955–1976

• Gideon’s Day (1955)
• Gideon’s Week (1956)
• Gideon’s Night (1957)
• Gideon’s Month (1958)
• Gideon’s Staff (1959)
• Gideon’s Risk (1960)
• Gideon’s Fire (1961)
• Gideon’s March (1962)
• Gideon’s Ride (1963)
• Gideon’s Vote (1964)
• Gideon’s Lot (1965)
• Gideon’s Badge (1966)
• Gideon’s Wrath (1967)
• Gideon’s River (1968)
• Gideon’s Power (1969)
• Gideon’s Sport (1970)
• Gideon’s Art (1971)
• Gideon’s Men (1972)
• Gideon’s Press (1973)
• Gideon’s Fog (1975)
• Gideon’s Drive (1976)
The series was continued after Creasey’s death by William Vivian Butler (“as J.J. Marric”):
• Gideon’s Force (1978)
• Gideon’s Law (1981)
• Gideon’s Way (1983)
• Gideon’s Raid (1986)
• Gideon’s Fear (1990)

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