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  • "Oh " I told him his name was Theophilus, and that he had plenty of nephews " one very clever one called Ern," said Fatty.

    The Mystery of Holly Lane

  • "Yes, sir, " mumbled Goon, marvelling at the idea of Ern appearing suddenly as a hero.

    Separate

  • (There's also what I'll call the Ern Malley problem — named for an imaginary modernist Australian poet who was invented to mock modernist pretention, and whose supposedly nonsensical poems actually read pretty well.)

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • (There's also what I'll call the Ern Malley problem — named for an imaginary modernist Australian poet who was invented to mock modernist pretention, and whose supposedly nonsensical poems actually read pretty well.)

    I tried to fake it; I don't mind saying, I just can't make it

  • "Slong, Uncle, " called Ern, but his uncle did not deign to reply.

    The Mystery of the Vanished Prince

  • "Here's that boat-picture," called Ern, standing in front of it.

    The Mystery of Banshee Towers

  • "Ern" rode round the corner and Mr. Goon lost sight of him.

    Separate

  • "Ern, " said Mr. Goon, in a sad voice, 'this is going to hurt me more than it hurts you.

    Separate

  • Come check out Unfiltered on CBS's ChatAboutIt. com with Kane, Shady Dally and Lil 'Ern' for a unique spin on politics, current events and everything entertainment.

    Lead Stories from AOL

  • Their edgy relationship, a strange mix of passion and antagonism, propels them on a headlong dash to Norfolk to the cottage where Alison lived and the strange local character, the 98-year-old Ern Higham, who seems to hold all the answers.

    Review Round-Up « Tales from the Reading Room

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