James MacNeece Dickie
1898-?; b. Glenavon, Omagh, Co. Tyrone; ed. Cheltenham and Sandhurst; Young Morality (London: Hurst & Blackett 1921), demonstrates
the merits of conventions by the via negativa; scenes set in Ireland include
shooting of a lady of the landlord class with her chauffeur following
their revelation of an ambush plan, and the refusal of her sister to reveal
the identity of the killer (who is shot by the Tans anyway). IF2
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Belfast Public Library holds From Tyrone to the Test (n.d.).
BML, James Dickie, The Dog, &c. (London: Hutchinson & Co.
1933), 189pp. [with plates]; From Tyrone to the Test [handbook
of freshwater fishing] (Seeley, Service, and Co 1947), 204pp. [44 ills.]; Young Morality (London: Hurst & Blackett ), 288pp.