Robert Honey Fabian (31 January 1901 – 14 June 1978) was an English police officer, who rose to the rank of Detective Superintendent in the Metropolitan Police. After retirement from the force, he worked as crime writer. His work was dramatised in the BBC drama series, Fabian of the Yard, based on his book of the same name (in reference to New Scotland Yard). Each episode ended with an epilogue in which Fabian described the real-life case on which the preceding story had been based.
- —— (1950). Fabian of the Yard. Naldrett Press.
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