The Mystery of A.A. Milne

Why didn’t the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh write more detective fiction?

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Mentioned in this episode:
When We Were Very Young by AA Milne
Winnie-the-Pooh by AA Milne
The House At Pooh Corner by AA Milne
Mr Pim Passes By by AA Milne
The Red House Mystery by AA Milne
If I May by AA Milne
Bloody Murder by Julian Symons
Trent’s Last Case by EC Bentley
— The Perfect Alibi by AA Milne
Four Days’ Wonder by AA Milne

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