Charles Hether-Gray

From The Library at Hurtfew
Jump to: navigation, search
Charles Hether-Gray (1712-1799) was an author and a much-respected theoretical magician. He was among those authors Jonathan Strange first studied when beginning his education in magic. (Strange later reads Hether-Gray again in the company of Miss Greysteel, and is amused to discover how "simple" and "innocent" such literature seems to him after some eight years experience as a practical magician[54].)

It was Hether-Gray who conclusively solved the Pevensey mystery[35].