Crime Fiction IV: A Comprehensive Bibliography 1749-2000
by Allen J. Hubin


Addenda to the Revised Edition.

                                 PART 10:                                                                                      Return to the Main Page.
                              
               
             

ACKERMAN, PORTLAND BOARD. 1861-1931. See: Norman Hurst. (Adding a new byline for the 1897 novel “Triscombe Stone”.)

ADAMSON, LYDIA.  Frank(lin) King, 1936-2015. (Adding the death date for the author of more than 30 novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
ANONYMOUS. (Adding the settings of titles in CFIV.)
    Alexena; or, The Castle of Santa Marco. [Spain]
    The Career of an Artful Dodger. [England]       

BAYLISS, HELEN. 1853(?)-1931(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1904 novel “An Act of Impulse” in CFIV.)

BAYLY, JOHN WARD. Pseudonym of John Hamilton Christian Gainfort, 1893-1964; died in New York City. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the 1939 play “Never No Third Degree” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BAXTER, RICHARD. 1880(?)-1955(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1947 novel “The Body in the Kiosk” in CFIV.)

BAYARD, FRED. Johanna Frederika Jansen, 1909-1995. (Correcting the first name spelling and dates for the co-author with Margaret Campbell of the 1948 novel “Death and Lilacs” in CFIV under the joint pseudonym.)

BEAHAN, G. Pseudonym of Gordon Bahan Inglis, 1932-    . (Adding the real name and birth year of the author of the 1990 novel “Hard Target” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BEAN, FANNIE. (Adding a title for the author of the 1892 novel “-Ruth Marsh” in CFIV.)
    Dr. Mortimer’s Patient. Carleton, 1878 [New York]

BEARD, PAUL. (Adding two further plays for the author of two plays in CFIV.)
    Dying for Dinner. New Theatre pb, 1997 (1-act play)
    Lavender Years. New Theatre pb, 1997 (1-act play.)

BEARDMORE, G(EORGE) RUSSELL. 1858-1938. (Deleting the question mark on the death date of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

BEAUDERAE, ROBERT. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1989 novel “The Last Eden” in CFIV.)

BECKETT, JANE A. (Entry moved from Jenifer Beckett.)
    One for the Road. Stockwell, 1976

BECKETT, JENIFER. (Adding the setting of the 1975 novel in CFIV.)
    The Trap. [England]

BEDDARPH, I. C. H. Delete entry. (No traced of this byline or listed title, “The Daring Masquerade,” can now be found.)

BEDFORD, JEAN (GLADYS AGNES). Born in Cambridge, England; came to Australia as an infant. (Adding biographical details for the author of four 1990s titles in CFIV.)

BEECHAM, JOHN CHARLES. 1873-1925. (Adding the death date for the author of two titles in CFIV.)

BEECHER, SEAN. 1936-1997. Government official with the Cork County Council; historian and author; died in Cork University Hospital, Ireland. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel “-The Fastnet File” in CFIV.)
 
BEGHEL, LARRY. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1985 play “Page 3 Murder” in CFIV.)

BEGUIN, REBECCA. Born and raised in Swiss Missions stations in South Africa; came to the U.S. as a teenager with her family, first to Ohio, then as a adult to Vermont. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)
 
BEINHART, LARRY. (Adding the film version of the 1993 novel in CFIV.)
    American Hero. Film: New Line, 1997, as Wag the Dog (scw: Hilary Henkin, David Mamet; dir: Barry Levinson)
 
BEISHIR, NORMA. (Adding titles for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
    -Angels at Midnight. Berkley, 1989
    Luck of the Draw. Berkley, 1994
 
BELL, FREDERICK.    (Adding the setting of the 1996 novel in CFIV.)
    Misty. [ship]

BELL, IAN (ARTHUR). 1952-    . (Adding the middle name and corrected birth year for the author of the 1995 novel “Whistling in the Dark” in CFIV.)

BELLAIRS, ARCHIE. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1924 collection “Tales of Balukek” in CFIV.)

BELLAMY, GUY. 1935-2015. Born in Bristol, England; probably died in Hampshire; journalist and writer known for his humorous novels. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1989 novel “The Tax Exile” in CFIV.)

BELLINGHAM, CATHAL. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for three 1920s titles in CFIV.)
 
BELMONT, HARVEY. (Adding the setting of the 1822 novel in CFIV.)
    The Avenger; or, The Mysterious Assassin. [Sweden, ca.1699]

BENATAR, ISAAC. 1943- 2015. Born in Zimbabwe; died in Annapolis, Maryland. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 2000 title “-The Song of Africa” in CFIV.)

BENDER, DAVID. 1955-     . Active in politics, government and entertainment; host of a talk show; west coast contributing editor to George Magazine. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1997 title “-The Confession of O. J. Simpson” in CFIV.)
 
BENEICH, DENIS [DENIS BALDWIN-BENEICH]. 1953-    . (Adding the full name and corrected birth year for the co-author with Thierry Breton of the 1985 novel “Softwar” in CFIV.)

BENNETT, CHARLES. (Adding the setting of the 1899 novel in CFIV.)
    Five Thousand Pounds Reward. [England]

BENNETT, JANICE N. (Correcting the byline of two novels in CFIV and adding the setting of the 1975 novel.)
    The Castle on the River. [New York]
    The Haunted.

BENNETT, MARY. 1813-1899. (Adding the dates of the author of the 1880 novel “The Broken Heart; or, The Village Bridal” in CFIV.)

BENNETT, RICHARD (LAWRENCE). 1912-1999. (Confirming the death date of the author of the 1953 novel “The Whispering Money” in CFIV.)

BENNETT, ROBERT (W.). 1944-   . (Correcting the birth date of the author of two 2000 novels in CFIV.)

BENNETT, THOM [THOMAS]. 1942-    . A teacher, with a Ph.D. in Educational Systems Development, and an actor, director and playwright; living in Utterson, Ontario, Canada. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1994 play “Dark Rituals” in CFIV.)

BENSON, AL(BERT STANLEY). (Correcting the publisher of the 1994 novel in CFIV.)
    Vortex of Fear. Jalmar Press (California)

BENSON, CHRIS(TOPHER D.). (Adding the full name of the author of the 2000 novel “Special Interest” in CFIV.)

BENTLEY, NICOLE (A.). 1933-    . (Adding the birth year of the co-author with Deborah Britt-Hay of the 2000 novel “Dark Justice” in CFIV.)

BENTLEY, ROBERT (DEAN?). 1952(?)-    . (Adding the possible middle name and birth year for the author of the 1972 novel “Here There Be Dragons” in CFIV, and the setting of that novel.)
    Here There Be Dragons. [Honolulu, Hawaii]

BERCH, ERMA. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1995 novel “The Brazilian Bitch” in CFIV.)

BERGANTINO, DAVID (C.). 1965-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of three novels in CFIV.)

BERGE, SUSANNA J. Possibly the pseudonym of Carol Louise Shwayder, 1931-2010. (Adding the possible real name and dates for the author of the 1993 novel “Witch’s Moon” in CFIV.)

BERGER, BOB. (Adding the setting of the 2000 novel in CFIV.)
    The Risk of Fortune. [Connecticut]

BERGER, WALTER M. 1882(?)-1967(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1947 play “The Stroke of Twelve” in CFIV.)
 
BERON, RITA [RITA JEAN BERON MYNTTI]. World traveler; graduate of University of Evansville, Indiana, with Master’s Degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth; living in Duluth, Minnesota. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The Monet Deception” in CFIV.)
 
BERKEY, BEN. Possibly the pseudonym of F. Musacchia. (Adding the possible real name of the author of the 1962 novel “The Girl with the Golden G-String” in CFIV.)
 
BERKEY, BRIAN FAIR. 1951-1996. Died in Sharon, Connecticut. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1989 novel “The Keys to Tulsa” in CFIV.)

BERKEY, RALPH. 1922(?)-1969(?). (Adding possible dates for the co-author with Henry Denker of the 1956 play “Time Limit” in CFIV.)

BERNARD, NICOLETTE (MARIE?). 1920(?).    . (Adding the possible middle name and birth year for the co-author with Peter Leslie of the 1979 novel “Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Heart” in CFIV under the pseudonym Catherine Reynolds.)

BERNIER, JOHN M(YRON?). 1926(?)-    . (Adding the possible middle name and birth year for the author of the 1979 novel “CIA: Mission to Burundi” in CFIV.)

BERNSTEIN, MARCELLE. Marcelle Ruth Clark, 1943-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 1998 novel “Saints and Sinners” in CFIV under the pseudonym/birth name).

BERRY, CAROLE. Pseudonym of Carole J. Summerlin, 1942-    . (Adding the real name of the author of nine novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BERRY, J(OHN) L(OUIS). A judge in Denver. 1838(?)-    . (Adding biographical details and possible birth year of the author of the 1892 novel in CFIV, and its setting).
    -Linked with Fate. [Colorado]

BERTE, J. D. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    The Tail of the Prophet. Stockwell (England), 1933 [India]
 
BERWICK, JOHN. (Adding settings of the 1897 novel in CFIV.)
    The Secret of Saint Florel. [Reunion, Madagascar]
 
BESSEP, ARNOLD. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1945 novel “A Date with Murder” in CFIV.)

BETZ, INGRID. Born in Montreal, Canada; educated in Germany; living in London, Ontario. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)

BETZNER, RAYMOND LOUIS. 1956-    . (Adding the middle name and confirming the birth year of the author of the 1983 title ”The Adventure of the Iron Box” in CFIV under the pseudonym Edward D. Hooch.)

BEVEN, A(NDREW) R. 1958-    . (Correcting the birth date of the author of the 1995 novel “The Sanctuary Man” in CFIV.)

BEVERLEY, JO [MARY JOSEPHINE DUNN BEVERLEY]. 1947-2016. Died in Yorkshire, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

BIBBY, BOB [ROBERT GORDON BIBBY]. 1942-2014. Former chair of the National Association for the Teaching of English; died in Shropshire, England. (Adding the death date and place and further biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)
 
BICKLEY, DERRICK R. (Adding the setting of the 1991 novel in CFIV.)
    The Hit and Run Man. [London]

BICKNELL, ARTHUR (JAMES). Senior publicist at Merriam Webster; living in Springfield, Massachusetts. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1984 play “Moose Murders” in CFIV.)
      
BIDDLE, COLIN. 1924(?)-1988. (Adding a probable birth year for the author of the 1983 novel “A Deadly Misunderstanding” in CFIV.)

BIDERMAN, BOB [ROBERT ALLEN BIDERMAN). (Adding the setting of the 1988 novel in CFIV.)
    Koba. [San Francisco]

BIGDEN, (REGINALD) HENRY. 1916-1995. Died in London, England. (Adding the first name, dates and biographical detail for the author of the 1962 novel “Late into the Night” in CFIV.)

BLOCK, LAWRENCE. (Adding a series character in the 1961 novel in CFIV.)
    Death Pulls a Doublecross. SC: Ed London (also in the 2001 collection “The Lost Cases of Ed London”)

BOND, (THOMAS) MICHAEL. 1926-2017. Died in London, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of eleven titles featuring Monsieur Pamplemousse in CFIV.)

BROOKS, KATE. Possibly a house name, since some other authors are apparently involved. (Adding information about the byline and one of the titles in CFIV, as well as a correction of one of them and the setting of another.)
    Murder in the Laboratory. Katherine Hurst is identified as author on the copyright application.
    The Secret of Killer Mountain. [Oklahoma]
    The Strange Legacy of Aunt Betina. (Correction.)

BRUCE, JOHN HOUSTON. 1909-1996. Pseudonym: Mark Isdale, q.v. (Adding the real name of the author of the 1983 novel “Mrs. Burlington” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

CLARK, CHARLES. Pseudonym of Charles Clark Ramsay, 1909-1994. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the undated novel “-Commander Scottie Wins Again” in CFIV.)

CLARK, MARCELLE RUTH. 1943-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 1998 novel “Saints and Sinners” in CFIV under the pseudonym/birth name Marcelle Bernstein.)

CROFT, SIR HERBERT. 1751-1816. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    Love and Madness. Kearsley & Faulder, London, 1780 (A novel in letter form about the 1779 murder of Martha Ray by the Rev. James Hackman.)

DALE, LEE. (Adding the setting of the 1949 novel in CFIV.)
    Dark Curtain. [Georgia]
 
DALMAS, JOHN. John Robert Jones, 1926-2017. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1983 novel “The Varkaus Conspiracy” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

DAVIS, GEORGE (RICHARD). 1910-1980. Born and died in Bideford Close, Edgware, Middlesex, England. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of six novels featuring Simon Good in CFIV.)

DAWSON, CLARE. Pseudonym of Edna A(nne?) Jones, 1937-    . (Adding the real name and reported birth year of the author of the 1979 novel “Death in a Tranquil place” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

DEAN, S. F. X. Francis Dennis Smith, 1926-2017. (Adding the death date for the author of six novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
DEMING, RICHARD. (Adding the setting of the 1952 novel in CFIV.)
    The Gallows in My Garden. [St. Louis, Missouri]

DIJON, JON. Paul G(erhardt) Kuehn, 1922-2016. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1993 novel “Who Is Robin?” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
DONACHIE, DAVID. Pseudonym: Johnny “Two Combs” Howard. (Adding the pseudonym in CFIV for three 1990s titles.)
 
DOONAN, GRACE WALLACE. 1873-1952. Died in West Shokan, Ulster County, New York. Novelist and magazine writer and editor. (Adding the corrected date and place of death and biographical details for the author of the 1907 novel “-When Love Is Strong” in CFIV under the pseudonym Grace Keon and the 1917 novel “-The Ruby Cross” under the pseudonym Mary Wallace.)

DOYLE, [SIR] ARTHUR (IGNATIUS) CONAN. (Adding several miniature books of individual Sherlock Holmes stories.)
    The Adventure of Silver Blaze. Gleniffer Press, 1993
    The Adventure of the Empty House. Gleniffer Press, 1994
    The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb. Gleniffer Press, 1997
    The Five Orange Pips. Gleniffer Press, 2003
    The Three Students. Gleniffer Press, 1992

DU MAURER, DAPHNE. (Adding film versions of novels in CFIV.)
    Jamaica Inn. TV movie: BBC, 2014 (scw: Emma Frost; dir: Philippa Lowthorpe)
    My Cousin Rachel. Film: Fox, 2017 (scw & dir: Roger Michell)
    The Scapegoat. Film: Island Pictures, 2012 (scw & dir: Charles Sturridge)

EYERS-HILL, PETER. See: Hill, Peter John Eyers.
 
FARMER, JOAN. (Deleting the 1914 birth date given in CFIV, as this can only be identified with an American–though the book “Sedona” was published only in this country--and the author was living in Brighton, England, ca.1980.)

FLEMING, THOMAS J(AMES). 1927-2017. Died in New York City. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four novels in CFIV.)       

FORREST, H. J.  Caroline Elinor Hussey, 1941-2017. (Adding the death date of the author of two 1992 novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GAINFORT, JOHN HAMILTON CHRISTIAN. 1893-1964. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the 1939 play “Never No Third Degree” in CFIV under the pseudonym John Ward Bayly.)

GARDNER, [REV.] S(AMUEL) A. 1840(?)-1922(?). (Adding somewhat more likely dates than those in New Addenda #2 for the author of the 1878 novel “Outwitted at Last” in CFIV.)

GAVIN, BERNARD (M.). Living in Prestatyn, Clwyd, Wales. (Adding a biographical detail for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)

GEARON, JOHN (REX?). Note: The French Wikipedia claims John Gearon was born in 1885 and died in 1970...these dates have not been confirmed.

GORDON, ALISON (RUTH). 1943-2015. Died in Toronto, Canada. (Adding the death date and place for the author of five baseball novels in CFIV.)

GORDON, NEIL (SIMON). 1958-2017. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and came to New York with his parents in 1961; earned a Ph.D. at Yale; dean of the Eugene Lang College at the New School in New York; dean of the American University of Paris; founding literary editor of the Boston Review; died in New York City. (Adding the middle name, death date and place, and biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)
 
GRAHAM, ANTHONY. Pseudonym of James Arthur Samuel Edward Graham, 1920-2010. (Adding the real name of the author of eight novels in CFIV.)

GRAHAM, JAMES ARTHUR SAMUEL EDWARD. 1920-2010. (Adding the real name of the author of eight novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Anthony Graham.)

GRAHAM, M(ercy) P(riscilla Bateson). 1870-1960. Born in Detroit; died in Honolulu, Hawaii. (Adding the full name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1949 novel “Black Opal Mystery” listed in New Addenda #9.)

GRANT, PETE. Paul G(erhardt) Kuehn, 1922-2016. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1999 novel “Destination 2020 White House” in CFIV under the pseudonym, and a further title under this byline.)
    -Night Flying Avenger. Newmark, 1990 [WWII]
 
GUMLEY, F(REDERICK) W(ILMOT). 1898-1982. Died in Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland. (Adding the death date and place for the author of 21 titles in CFIV.)

HATHAWAY, ANN. The author was apparently born Gertrude M. Geissenhoven ca.1896 in California; she apparently married Fred H. Wagner in 1916 in Chicago and then married Hugh Rogers King in 1928 in New York; she ran into legal problems in the 1930s and spent time in jail; probably more name changes followed and traces of her disappear. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1933 novel “The Man in the Monkey Suit” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
HEALY, D(OMINIC). 1882-1956. Journalist in Australia. (Adding the corrected dates and biographical details for the author of four 1940s  novels in CFIV.)

HERBERT, (FRIEDRICH) WILLIAM V(ON). 1859-1923. Pseudonym of  Gustave Friedrich Wilhelm Von Harlessem and death registered under this name in Hamburg, Germany, but he apparently used the pseudonym as his own name at times. (Adding the real name and dates and biographical details of the author of the 1889 novel “Leonora” in CFIV.)

HERSEY, P(AMELA) R(UTH). 1948-    . Lifelong resident of Portland and Peaks Island, Maine; microbiologist who turned to work in all aspects of insurance; retired from this to concentrate on writing. (Adding the full name and birth year and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The Takedown” in CFIV.)
 
HERSHATTER, RICHARD L(AWRENCE). 1923-2017. Died in Longboat Key, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV, and a reprint title for one of them, originally published in 1969.)
    Fallout for a Spy. Also published as: The Spy Who Hated Caramel. iUniverse pb, 2001

HERTZ, GEORGE. George (Stanley) Hirst, 1919-1981. (Adding the corrected dates for the author of the 1972 novel “The Foreign Harry Complot” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

HEWITT, CHESTER P. 1922-1980(?). Born in New York City; served in U.S. Air Corps in WWII; worked as a civil engineer in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; lived for a time in Mexico City and Acapulco. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1955 novel “The Gilded Hideaway” in CFIV under the pseudonym Peter Twist.)

HIGGIN, L. 1837-1913. Born Letitia Higgin in Lancashire, England; name variously given as Lily Higgins and Lilly Higgin; died in Maidenhead, Berkshire. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1908 novel “Lyona Grimwood, Spinster” in CFIV.)
 
HIGGINS, (MARY) JOAN. 1925-2015. Born Mary Joan McGarry; married Warren Higgins; died in Beacon Hill, Boston. (Adding the dates and further biographical details for the author of the 1987 novel “A Little Death Music” in CFIV.)

HILL, CHRISTOPHER (JOHN RIDLEY). 1928-2012. Born in Surbiton, Surrey, England; died in England, probably in Essex. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)

HILL, DONNA (MARIE). 1921-2007. Died in New York City. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1992 novel “Murder Uptown” in CFIV.)

HILL, JOHN. 1895-1940. Born in Renfrew, Scotland; died aboard the HMS Lancastria, sunk off France in WWII. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1931 novel “The Dope Ring” in CFIV.)
 
HILL, PETER (JOHN EYERS). 1937-    . Last name sometimes given as Eyers-Hill. (Adding the birth name and corrected birth year for the author of the 1976 novelization “Special Branch: In at the Kill” in CFIV under the pseudonym John Eyers and six novels as Peter Hill.)

HILL, RICHARD (FONTAINE). 1941-1999. Died in Tampa, Florida. (Deleting the question mark from the death date and adding the death place for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

HILL, S(HEILAH) A(RCHAMBAULT). Correct to: HILLMAN, S(HEILAH) A(RCHAMBAULT). 1935-     . (Correcting the byline for the 1988 novel “Cradle Kill” in CFIV.)

HILLIAM, B(ENTLEY) C(OLLINGWOOD. 1890-1968. Born in Yorkshire, England, as Bentley Collingwood Smailes but changed his last name to Hilliam; went to Canada in 1911 and worked as an actor and songwriter; served in the Canadian Engineers in WWI; returned to England in 1925 and continued in music hall entertainment; died in Hendon. (Adding a new byline and biographical details not in CFIV, along with a novel.)
    Pindrop. Hutchinson, 1940 [England]

HILLMAN, DOROTHY ANN. (Adding a further title for the author of the 1990 novel “The Fallen Nun” in CFIV.)
    Snow Shadows. Fithian Press, 1989 [Switzerland]

HILLS, WILLIAM MURRAY. 1877-1927. Died in Kings, New York. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1915 novel “Out of the East” in CFIV.)

HILTON, RICHARD (HOWARD). 1955-    . Born in Los Angeles; a real estate broker and television producer. (Adding the birth date and biographical details for the author of the 1995 novel “Sky Hammer” in CFIV.)

HIRST, GEORGE (STANLEY). 1919-1981. Born in Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England; died in Huddersfield.. (Adding the corrected dates and biographical details for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV, as well as the 1972 novel “The Foreign Harry Complot” under the pseudonym George Hertz.)

HITT, JAMES ALFRED (MICHAEL). 1927-2016. Born in Dallas, Texas; served in the U.S. Army in WWII; earned a B.A. from Southern Methodist University and Ph.D. from Princeton University; professor in the Department of Classics at the University of Texas at Austin; died in Austin. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1980 play “Sherlock Holmes and the Curious Adventure of the Clockwork Prince” in CFIV.)

HOCKETT, MARCIA VICKERY. 1925-2003. Born Marcia Virginia Vickery in Jamestown, Colorado; married Wesley Hockett in 1950; died in Boulder City, Colorado. (Adding the full name, dates and biographical details for the co-author with Kathryn Kramer of two novels in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Kathryn Hockett.)

HOHL, JOAN. Born Joan Marie Reitenauer in 1935; married Marvin Hohl in 1953; living in Reading, Pennsylvania. (Adding biographical details for the author of four 1990s novels in CFIV.)
 
HOLBROOK, MARION [MARION LOUISE HOLBROOK CODY]. 1899-1952. Died in Portsmouth, Virginia. (Confirming the death date and adding the place of death for the author of three 1940s novels in CFIV.)

HOLDEN, ANNE (JACQUELINE). Born Anne Jacqueline Dare, married Henry Curran Holden by 1957; apparently still alive. (Adding biographical details for the author of five novels in CFIV.)
   
HOLDEN, HELENE P. Born Helene Papachristidis in Montreal, Canada, daughter of a ship owner; married Richard Holden (1931-2005) and then David George Meredith Cape (1923-2015); living in Montreal where she ran a bookshop and then an antiques shop. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1974 novel “Satan, My Love” in CFIV.)

HOLMES, ROBERT. 1869-1951. Born in Nottinghamshire, England; died in London. (Adding the corrected dates for the author of four story collections in CXFIV.)

HOLROYD, SHEILA. 1934-     . Born Sheila R. Gratton in Bromley, Kent, England; married Philip Holroyd in 1957; has an honors degree in English from University of London; spent 20 years in further education in Liverpool. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

HOOKER, G(WENDA MARY) DALTON HOOKER. ca.1925-1961. (Correcting the dates for the author of the 1962 novel “Smith’s Odyssey” in CFIV.)

HOPE-SIMPSON, JACYNTH (ANN). 1930-2008. Died in Yeovil, Somerset, England, as the result of a car crash in Tunisia. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1963 novel “-The Unravish’d Bride” in CFIV.)

HORNIBROOK, J(OHN) LAWRENCE. ca.1861-1936. Born in Cork, Ireland; died in London, England. (Adding the correct dates and biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

HOROBIN, GILBERT (CRAWFORD). 1914-2016. Born in Glasgow, Scotland; probably died in  Greece, where he lived for many years; playwright, poet, novelist and travel writer. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1996 novel “The Kurdish Connection” in CFIV.)

HORSEFIELD, L(ESLIE) G(RAHAM). (Adding the setting of the 1949 novel in CFIV.)
    Mystery at Vellum. [England]

HORSTMAN, THOMAS (WILLIAM). 1935-2016. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota; attended St. Thomas College; owner of Horstman Insurance Agency; died in Fort Myers, Florida. (Adding the corrected dates and biographical details for the author of the 1980 novel “The Kessler Alliance” in CFIV.)

HOUSEN, MARTHA (ERNESTINE). 1928-2015. Born in Sacramento, California; probably died in Seattle, Washington; journalist in California; musical theatre and opera singer; managed a rock concert venue in Laguna, New Mexico. (Adding the middle name, death date and biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “Murder in the Sunshine” in CFIV.)
 
HOWARD, JOHNNY “TWO COMBS”. Pseudonym of David Donachie, 1944-    . (Adding the real name of the author of three 1990s novels in CFIV.)
 
HOWARD, WENDELL (PHILLIP). 1889-1953. Died in Chicago; was an employee of the railway postal service. (Adding the death date and biographical detail for the author of the 1952 collection “The Last Refuge of a Scoundrel and other stories” in CFIV.)

HUBBELL, LOIS. Delete. (Wrongly listed in CFIV as the author of the 1973 collection “The Adventures of Creighton Holmes”; she was Lois Wheeler Hubbell, 1887-1983, the actual author’s wife, and the illustrator of the book.)
 
HUBBELL, NED [CHARLES EDWARD HUBBELL]. 1886-1978. Born and died in Bedford, Ohio; 1908 graduate of Hiram College; lawyer in the claims department of Aetna Companies. (Correcting the name and adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1973 collection “The Adventures of Creighton Holmes” in CFIV.)

HUBER, LOUIS J(OSEPH). 1907-1984. Born and died in Pennsylvania. (Adding the corrected dates and biographical details for the author of four plays in CFIV.)

HUBERMAN, CARL. Pseudonym of a freelance writer living in Cheshire, England. (Deleting the proposed 1938 birth date and adding biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

HUBERT, TORD. Tord Hubert Lindstrom, 1933-2016. Died in Lerberget, Sweden. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1976 novel “The Trap” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

HUDSON, JAN(ECE OLIVER). Born Ruby Janece Oliver in Angelina, Texas; married James Norris Hudson; a teacher with a degree in psychology; living in Nacogdoches, Texas. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “A Hitch in Heaven” in CFIV.)
 
HUGHES, BEATRIX. 1873-1954. Born Beatrix Adey in St. Albans, England; married Charles Edward Stokes Hughes in 1904; died in Devon. (Adding the corrected dates and biographical details for the author of the 1929 novel “The Mystery of St. Martin’s Copse” in CFIV.)

HULLAND, J(ENNIFER) R(OSEMARY). Born in Sattara, Bombay, India; married Michael F. Simpson in Surrey, England, in 1960; birth surname apparently subsequently re-adopted. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1986 novel “Student Body” in CFIV, as well as a further novel.)
    -Blood Relations. Barrie, 1991

HULSE, CHARLES (GERALD). 1929-2016. Died in Colombo, Sri Lanka. (Adding the death date and place for the co-author with (William) Gordon Merrick of the 1997 novel “The Good Life” in CFIV.)

HUNT, (MARY) EVE(LYN). 1916-2012. Born Mary Evelyn Goodman in New South Wales, Australia; in New Zealand after WWII where she married Bartlett Hyland Hunt; after his death in 1964 she returned to Australia in 1965 where she died in Goulburn, New South Wales. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of two 1960s novels in CFIV.)

HUNT, KATHERINE CHANDLER. 1909-1984. Born Katherine Chandler in Manitoba, Canada, daughter of William K. Chandler and wife Nellie nee Nash; the family is in Texas by 1920,  where she married Herbert Newbern in 1928; she earned a degree at West Texas State, ran a bookshop in Amarillo, taught at Martin High School in Laredo; by 1940 is divorced and in New Mexico; then married Ernest H. Hunt in California; died in Gardena, California; first name sometimes spelled Catherine. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1959 novel “Murder Is My Shadow” under the pseudonym Chandler Nash.)

HUNTER, CLAUDE. 1889-1964. Born in Portsmouth, England; died in Exeter, Devon; listed as a shipwright in 1911 and a combustion engineer in 1939; lived in Surrey in the 1930s/1940s and advertised himself as a writer of monologues, sketches, etc. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1945 collection “Murders While You Wait” in CFIV.)

HURST, NORMAN. 1871(?)-1931(?) (Adding possible dates and a further title for the author of the 1899 novel “The Ivory Queen” in CFIV.)
    -Triscombe Stone, with Portland Board Ackerman, 1861-1931. Bliss, 1897 [England, 1685]
 
HUSSEY, CAROLINE ELINOR. 1941-2017. Born and died in Dublin, Ireland; earned a Ph.D. in biology at Trinity College, Dublin; taught at Trinity and Harvard University; lecturer in biochemistry and registrar at University College, Dublin. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of two 1992 novels in CFIV under the pseudonym H. J. Forrest.)

HUSTING, PAMELA MARIE HAUSMAN. (Adding the middle name of the author of the 2000 novel “The Golden Gate Park Murder” in CFIV under the pseudonym/maiden name Pamela M. Hausman.)

HUTCHINSON, M(ARY) F(AURE). ca.1866-1926. Born in South Africa but in England by 1871; died in Gloucestershire. (Adding the full name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1912 novel “-Haunting Shadows; or, The House of Terror” in CFIV.)

HYATT, BETTY HALE. Born Betty Jo Hale in Texas in 1927; married Richard C. Hyatt in 1949 (divorced 1973), then Theodore Pfeffer in 1985; living in Clifton, Colorado. (Adding biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

INGLIS, CHARLES (ROSS). 1923-2013. Born in Camden, New South Wales, Australia; farmer, novelist and dramatist. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1992 novel “A Surfeit of Suspects” in CFIV.)

INGLIS, GORDON BAHAN. 1932-    . Has degrees up through Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia; taught anthropology at Memorial University, Newfoundland; has lived in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada for 29 years. Pseudonym: G. Beahan, q.v. (Adding the real name, birth year and biographical details of the author of the 1990 novel in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
INGRAHAM, PRENTISS. 1843-1904. Born in Adams County, Mississippi, the son of author Joseph Holt Ingraham, q.v.; educated at Jefferson College in Mississippi and Mobile Medical College in Alabama; served in the Confederate Army in the Civil War; was a soldier of fortune after the war, but turned to writing; throughout his career he wrote 600 novels and 400 novelettes; died in Biloxi, Mississippi. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1991 novel “The Jew Detective; or, The Beautiful Convict” in CFIV under Anonymous.)

INGWALSON, PHOEBE C. Born Phoebe Jane Conn in in Tucson, Arizon (or Los Angeles; sources differ); married James Alan Ingwalson in Nevade in 1962; living in San Marino, California. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1992 novel “Love Me ‘Til Dawn” in CFIV under her pseudonym/maiden name.)
 
INNES, (ARTHUR) NORMAN. 1884-1953. Educated at Cheletenham and later studied naval architecture; has an appointment in the Admiralty for some years; seved in the Army in WWI; after demobilization came to Lewes, Sussex, where he was engaged in public work and eventually died. (Confirming the death date and adding biographical details for the author of two 1906-08 titles in CFIV.)

INNOCENTI, PAUL-CLAUDE. 1937-    . (Adding the birth year of the co-author with Jean Bazal of the 1978 novel “The Corsican” in CFIV.)

IRBY, CHRISTIAN (GERALDINE MARY). 1913-1967. Born in London; grew up in Long Stratton, Norfolk; married Victor G. H. Ramsey-Fairfax in 1939; died in Colchester, England.

IRELAND, MARY. (Adding the publication date for the novel in CFIV.)
    -The Secret of Stella Duvane. Pearson, 1950

IRVINE, PATRICIA McCUNE. 1918-2013. Graduate of Pasadena Junior College and UCLA; teacher and world traveler; author of eight books; died in Pasadena, California. (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of the 1976 novel “The Point of No Return” in CFIV.)

IRVING, GEORGE. Probably the pseudonym of Hebert Moore Pim, 1883-1950, a political activist born in Belfast, Ireland. (Adding the probable real name and dates for the author of the 1906 volume “-For This Cause” in CFIV.)

IRWIN, F. WILMOT. F(rederick) W(ilmot) Gumley, 1898-1982. (Adding the death date of the author of 13 titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

ISDALE, MARK. Pseudonym of John Houston Bruce, 1909-1996; born in Paisley, Scotland; math and science teacher for 40 years. (Adding the real name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1983 novel “Mrs. Burlington” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

ISELY, REYMOURE KEITH. 1928-2015. Born in Conquest, Saskatchewan, Canada; died in Saskatoon; wrote and produced suspense dramas for radio. (Adding the dates and further biographical details for the author of the 1974 novel “A Strange Code of Justice” in CFIV.)

JACKS, JEFF(REY P.). 1940-1994. Born in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin; once a barman in Greenwich Village. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)
 
JACKS, MARIE. Note: The Clue volumes are collections of very short stories. (Adding further
information about some of the seven titles in the entry.)
    The Dangerous Diamond. Based on the board game; intended for younger readers.
    The Revenge of the Mummy. Based on the board game; intended for younger readers.
    The Vanishing Vampire. Based on the board game; intended for younger readers.

JACKSON, DELMAR (BRADY). 1921-1995. Died in Cleveland, where he worked for various advertising agencies. (Adding the middle name, confirming the death date, and adding biographical details for the author of the 1953 novel “The Cut of the Ax” in CFIV.)

JAGGER, ARTHUR. 1898-1984. Born in Yorkshire, England,  and died in Tonbridge Wells; served in the Royal Navy in WWI; operator of small hotels; amateur Shakespearean actor; author of short plays. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1946 novel “Murder Intended” in CFIV.)       

JAMES, GEOFFERY. (Correcting the first name spelling of the author of the 1906 novel “At Break of Dawn” in CFIV.)

JAMES, (WILLIAM) HENRY COLBERT. 1902-1989. Died in Western Australia. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

JAMES, STUART. 1945(?)-    . Lived in Geenwich, Connecticut, and then Florida. (Adding a possible birth year and biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

JAMES, THOMAS P(OWER). 1835(?)-1901(?). (Adding more probable dates for the author of the 1873 novel “The Mystery of Edwin Drood–Complete” in CFV.)
 
JAMES, WILLIAM I(MLAY), JR. 1848-1887. (Adding the dates for the author of two titles in CFIV under the pseudonym Gilbert Jerome and two under the house name Dick Stewart.)

JAMESON, WILLIAM. 1852-1909. (Adding dates for the author of the 1892 novel “My Dead Self” in CFIV.)

JANES, GENE [EUGENE JANES]. 1925-1993. Died in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia; prolific author of pulp fictions in Australia. (Adding the death date and place and further biographical details for the author of 9 titles in CFIV.)

JANSEN, JOHANNA FREDERIKA. 1909-1995. (Correcting the first name spelling and dates for the co-author with Margaret Campbell of the 1948 novel “Death and Lilacs” in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Fred Bayard.)
 
JEFFERSON, ROLAND S(PRATLIN), (Adding the middle name of the author in CFIV for two novels.)

JENKINS, G(EORGE) L(ANCELOT). 1882-1967. Born in Worcestershire, England; died in Oakhampton, Devon; maybe a crime reporter and/or protégé of Edgar Wallace, q..v. (Adding dates and full name and biographical details for the author of the 1936 novel “Murders at the Lake” in CFIV.)

JENKINS, WALTER LEE. 1850-1916. Born in Abingdon, Massachusetts and died in Weymouth in that state. (Adding the full name and dates of the author of the 1897 title “A Romance of the Old Cave Mill” in CFIV under the pseudonym [Major] Walter Leigh.)
 
JOHNS, MILTON. Pseudonym/professional name of the actor born John Robert Milton, 1938-    . (Adding the birth/real name of the author of the 1997 novel “Patriot Future” in CFIV.)

JOHNSON, EVELYN KIMBALL, Journalist, correspondent of the Boston Globe, and Bar Harbor correspondent of the New York Sunday Mercury. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1884 volume “Tangles Unravelled; A Realistic Melodrama Spiced with Comedy” in CFIV.)
 
JOHNSON, HENRY. ca.1848-1922. Born in St. Pancras, London, England; Congregational Minister; died in Middlesex. Pseudonym: Muirhead Robertson, q.v. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1903 title ”-Turf and Table” in CFIV.)

JOHNSON, HENRY T(HOMAS). 1855-1931. Born in Wolverhampton, England; died in London; prolific writer of boys; fiction. (Adding corrected dates and further biographical details for the author of 8 titles in CFIV.)

JOHNSON, MARGARET (MARIAN). 1886-1971. After divorce from Winthrop David Lane, married Hiram Motherwell; died in Peekskill, New York. (Adding the death date and place and further biographical details for the co-author, as Margaret Lane, with her sister Enid Johnson, of three novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Jennifer Jones, as well as the 1940 novel “Mystery of the Seven Murals” with her sister under her birth name.)
    Mystery of the Seven Murals. Intended for younger readers.

JOHNSON, THOMAS M(ARVIN). 1889-1970. Journalist and writer born in Buffalo, New York; died in Minnesota. (Adding dates and biographical details for the co-author with Judson Philips of the 1936 novel ”Red War” in CFIV.)
 
JOHNSON, WILHELMINA. ca.1781-1857. Probably the Wilhelmina Smith who married George Johnson in 1798 and died in London, England. (Adding probable dates and biographical details for the author of the 1839 novel “The Ranger of the Tomb; or, Gipsy’s Prophecy” in CFIV.)

JOHNSON, ZOE (GREY?). 1913(?)-1992(?). (Adding somewhat more likely middle/maiden name and dates for the author of two 1930s novels in CFIV.)

JOHNSTON, CECILIA (MARGARET FREDA). 1896-1949. Born in County Antrim, Ireland; died in Banbridge, County Down. (Adding the full name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1934 novel “The Mystery of Carrick Dhu” in CFIV.)

JOHNSTON, ROBERT. ca.1867-1923. Died in Dublin. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1904 novel “The Peril of an Empire” in CFIV.)
   
JONES, CLEO (RAE). 1936-    . Now living in Montana. (Adding the birth year and a further biographical detail for the author of two 1980s novels in CFIV.)

JONES, EDNA A(NNE?). 1937-    . Was living in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, England, at the time of her book. (Adding the real name and reported birth year of the author of the 1979 novel “Death in a Tranquil Place” in CFIV under the pseudonym Clare Dawson.)

JONES, FRED(ERICK ALFRED). 1916-1991. Born in New Zealand; journalist, reporter, feature writer, and motor racing writer; moved to London in 1968; was on Radio Times for eight years, then freelance; died in London. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1984 novel “The Man on the Landing” in CFIV.)

JONES, GEORGE. 1848-   . Born in Blackburn, England; in 1911 was an insurance broker in Birkenhead, Cheshire; death date not known. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1888 collection “Cracks and Humorous Sketches” in CFIV under the pseudonym Sigil.)

JONES, JOHN ROBERT. 1926-2017. Died in Ohio. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1983 novel “The Varkaus Conspiracy” in CFIV under the pseudonym John Dalmas.)

JONES, MORGAN. (Adding a second title and the series character also in the 1998 novel in CFIV.)
    Taken to the Cleaners. Cape Catley (New Zealand), 1997 SC: Miles Furlong [Sydney, Australia]

JORDAN, MAUREEN McAVOY. 1937-2007. Born Maureen Josephine McAvoy in Scotland; emigrated to Canada in 1956 and married Ivan LaPointe there; after his death married Vincent Jordan in 1974; died in Windsor, Ontario. (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of the 1993 novel “Savage Impulses” in CFIV.)

JORGENSEN, MICHAEL. 1931-2017. An architect in Melbourne, Australia. (Adding biographical details and the death date for the author of two 1999 titles in CFIV.)

JOSEPH, MARIE. 1920-1996. Born Marie Hampton Downs; married Frank Joseph in 1942; prolific short story, then novel, writer; died in Harrow, England. (Confirming the birth year and correcting the death year for the author of the 1978 novel “Footsteps in the Park” in CFIV.)

JOWETT, JOHN (AVES). 1921-1960. Born in the Midlands, England; died in London; actor and writer of plays for radio. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1950 novelization “Traveller’s Joy” in CFIV.)

JOY, WILLIAM. Delete entry. (He was not the author of the 1980 novel in CFIV.)

JUDD, A(LICIA) M(ARIA). (Adding the setting of the 1914 novel in CFIV.)
    The White Vampire. [Russia]

JURUS, B(ETTY Lou) ABELL. 1933-2015. Died in San Diego, California. (Adding the death date and place for the co-author with Gene Wentz of the 1992 novel “-Men in Green Faces” in CFIV.)

KALU, PETER (I.). 1962-    .  Born and grew up in Manchester, England. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of two 1990s titles in CFIV.)

KAPLAN, (SOLOMON) ALEXANDER. 1924-2017. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa; educated at the Witwatersrand University School of Medicine and Johannesburg General Hospital; a pediatric endocrinologist in California; died in Los Angeles. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “The Immortality Gene.” in CFIV.)

KAKONIS, TOM. Birth in Los Angeles registered as Earl Thomas Kakonis. (Adding  biographical details for the author of four titles in CFIV under this byline and two under the pseudonym Adam Barrow.)

KALB, MARVIN (LEONARD). (Adding the middle name of the co-author with Ted Koppel of the 1977 novel “In the National Interest” in CFIV.)

KAYE, MICHAEL W. (Adding the setting of the 1912 novel in CFIV.)
    Devil’s Brew. [England, late 1810s]

KARR, LEE [LEONA P. KARR]. (Correcting the bracket information in CFIV.)

KARR, LEONA P. Was married to Marshall Moyers Karr, who died in 1994; she apparently remarried but is still listed in Colorado records as Karr; she is wheelchair bound due to Polio. (Adding biographical details for the author of 11 titles in CFIV, as well as 11 as Lee Karr.)

KEIR, URSULA. Pseudonym of Ursula Joan Keir Simpson (Ure), 1930-2007. Born in Shanghai, the daughter of a New Zealand shipbuilder; in England by the time of her novel, but in Scotland by 1968 where she married Ian Ure; died in Leith, Scotland. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1953 novel “The Vintage” in CFIV.)

KELLER, BEVERLY (LOU). 1926-2017. Died in Davis, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1973 novel “The Baghdad Defections” in CFIV.)

KELLY, GERALD M. Note: The eleven separately published stories listed in CFIV were collected in 2002 in “The Outstanding Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes” (Battered Silicon Dispatch Box Press).

KEMPNER, J(EAN) A(DOLPH). Born in Illinois; living in Prescott, Arizona; married to Molly Clark. (Adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
 
KENT, EDWARD (BULWER-LYTTON?). 1867(?)-1940s(?). (Adding a possible death date for the author of the 1899 novel “-A Lawful Crime” in CFIV.)

KENT, TRILBY. Born in Toronto, Canada; lived in London, England, for 13 years but then back in Toronto; earned degrees including a Ph.D.; married to Daniel Webb. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1998 Sherlockian pastiche “The Irregular Part III” in CFIV.)
 
KEON, GRACE. Grace Wallace Doonan, 1873-1952.  (Adding the corrected death date for the author of the 1907 novel “-When Love Is Strong” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

KERR, ROBERT. SC: James Stuart, in all titles. (Adding two further titles to the author of one novel in CFIV, and a correcting of the setting of that novel.)
    The Black Pearls. Barrie, 1975; Crest pb, 1975 [Denmark, Norway, 1601]
    The Dark Lady. Barrie, 1975; Stein, 1976 [ca.1601]
    The Stuart Legacy. [London, 1601]

KEYS, DENNIS [DENIS ROY KEYS?]. 1928-2002(?). (Adding the possible full name and death date for the author of the 1990 novel “Deadly Obsession” in CFIV.)

KILLICK, BRIAN. ca.1923-    . Born in Malaya, son of a rubber planter. (Correcting the birth date and adding biographical details for the author of the 1977 novel “The Camelot Club” in CFIV.)

KIMBELL, ANNE. 1932-2017. Born Andrette Lawrence in Louisiana; married U.S. Foreign Service Officer James Relph in Virginia in 1959 as Andrette Kimball Lawrence but divorced him in 1985 as Anne Kimbell Lawrence; radio, film and theatre actress; established the Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts in Colorado; died in Westcliffe, Colorado. (Adding corrected biographical details and death date and place for the author of the 2000 novel “To Catch a Spy” in CFIV.)

KING, ALISON. Teri Martini, 1930-2016.  (Adding the death date for the author of the 1976 novel “The Dreamer, Lost in Terror” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

KING, FRANK(LIN). 1936-2015. Died in New York City. (Adding the death date and place for the author of five novels in CFIV, and dozens in CFIV under the pseudonym Lydia Adamson.)

KING, K(ATHARINE) DOUGLAS KING. 1869-1901. Born in Epping, Essex, England. (Adding the corrected birth date and place for the author of the 1900 novel “-Ursula” in CFIV.)
 
KING, PHILLIP. International bridge champion. (Adding a further title for the authors of two collections in CFIV, and biographical details one of them; Robert King, the son, is an amateur bridge player and playwright .)
    Farewell, My Dummy, with Robert King. London: Batsford pb, 1996 (five parody novelets)

KINGHORN, NORTON D(EAN). (Adding the middle name of the author of the 1988 novel “Pegged for Murder” in CFIV under the pseudonym Ned Kelvin.)

KINGSLEY, HAROLD. Author, playwright, composer and traveller. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Fifth God. Selwyn, 1928 [China]

KIRKLAND, JACK [JOHN MORFIT KIRKLAND]. Born in St. Louis, Missouri; died in New York. (Adding the full name and biographical details for the co-author with George Batson of the 1947 play “Strange Boarders” in CFIV.)

KISTLER, (WILLIE) MARY. 1915-2010. Born Willie Mary Nunn in Goodnight, Texas; married geologist Phillip Sherman Kistler in 1939; died in La Jolla, California. (Deleting the reference to Bonnie J. Robinson, and adding the full name, dates, and biographical details for the author of the 1987 novel “Mirage on the Amazon” in CFIV.)

KITCHENER, JAMES A. B. 1925-2017. Died in Exmouth, Devon, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1983 novel “The Argosy Project” in CFIV.)

KITSON, ROBERT J(AMES). 1927-2016. Died in Pompano Beach, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 2000 novel “Snap Decision” in CFIV.)

KLAWITTER,JOHN (MICHAEL). Born in Chicago Heights, Illinois; studied at UCLA, enlisted in the Army and studied the Vietnamese language; served as a linguist in Washington D.C. and Saigon, South Vietnam; director and writer, living in Woodland Hills, California. (Adding the middle name and biographical details fore the author of the 1990 novel “Crazyhead” in CFIV.)

KNAPP, GEORGE L(EONARD). 1872-1950. Born in Dover, Minnesota; died in Lafayette, Indiana. (Adding the death date and place for the author of two 1910-1912 novels in CFIV.)

KNICKERBOCKER, EVALYN. 1865-1957. Born in Georgia; married to Edward Knickerbocker; maiden name unknown. Died in Keyport, New Jersey. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1931 collection “-Short Stories of Love and Pathos” in CFIV.)

KNOLL, ANNE. 1934-    . (Deleting the first name, Patricia, given in CFIV.)

KNOLL, PATRICIA ANNE. (Delete; not the full name of Anne Knoll, 1934-   .)

KOEHLER, CLEMENT J. 1934-2016. Was Public Relations Director of Mercury Marine Division of Brunswick Corporation, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; died in Lockport, Illinois. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)

KOWET, DON(ALD ALLAN). 1938-2013. Family name and possibly his birth name: Kowitz; died in Washington, D.C. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1977 novel “The 7th Game” in CFIV.)

KRASLOW, DAVID (JEROME). 1926-2017. Died in Coral Gables, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the co-author with R. S. Boyd of the 1965 title “A Certain Evil” in CFIV.)
 
KROMER, HELEN [HELEN KROMER SHARPE]. 1917-2015. Playwright and prolific author of scripts for film, radio and television; died in Rockleigh, New Jersey. (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of the 1963 play “Verdict of One” in CFIV.).

KUEHN, PAUL G(ERHARDT). 1922-2016. Born in West Hartford, Connecticut; naval aviator in WWII; received his medical degree from the University of Rochester; became the Sloan-Kettering Research Fellow in Experiment Surgery (New York); artist and writer in retirement; died in Jacksonville, Florida. (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of the 1993 novel “Who is Robin?” in CFIV as by Jon Dijon, and the 1999 novel “Destination 2020 White House” in CFIV as by Pete Grant.)

KULLAR, AMARJEET. Squadron leader in the Indian Air Force when writing the books. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)

KUTTNER, PAUL (ALBERT). 1922-2016. Died in New York City. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

KYLE, ELLA JANE. 1878-    .Born in Arkansas; was living in Indiana; death not traced.. (Correcting her birth date and biographical details, and adding a note about her book.)
    Old Gumber’s Mill. Note: Although this is listed in the Library of Congress catalog as given in CFIV, no other trace of the book can be found.
  
LEE, GERALD. Rev. Fr. Sebastian Lee,     -1985.  (Adding the full name and death date for the author of the 1943 novel “Murder and Music” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

LEE, Rev. Fr. SEBASTIAN.     -1985. Franciscan journalist and writer, with early education from the Presentations Brothers, Cork; had a doctorate in Theology; editor of the Franciscan missionary magazine ”The Brief”; author of many stories; death date taken from a list of deceased clergy for the Archdiocese of Cape Town. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1943 novel “Murder and Music” in CFIV under the pseudonym Gerald Lee.)

LEIGH, [MAJOR] WALTER. Walter Lee Jenkins, 1850-1916. (Adding the dates of the author of the 1897 title “A Romance of the Old Cave Mill” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

LE MOULT, DOLPH [ADOLPH]. Living in Connecticut. (Adding biographical details for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

LINDSTROM, TORD HUBERT. 1933-2016. Died in Lerberget, Sweden. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1976 novel “The Trap” in CFIV under the pseudonym Tord Hubert.)
 
MALCOLM, JAHNNA N. Note: All the Clue volumes are collections of very short stories. (Adding further details about the three volumes in her entry.)

MARTIN, WENDY. Teri Martini, 1930-2016. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1993 novel “Tune In for Murder” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

MARTINI, TERI. 1930-2016. Died in Washingtonville, New York. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1976 novel “The Dreamer, Lost in Terror” in CFIV under the pseudonym Alison King and the 1993 novel “Tune in for Murder” in CFIV under the pseudonym Wendy Martin.)
 
MILTON, JOHN ROBERT. 1938-    . Actor; pseudonym/professional name: Milton Johns, q.v. (Adding the real name of the author of the 1997 novel “Patriot Future” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
      
MONAHAN, ERIC (P.). 1930-2017. Born in Camberwell, England; probably died in Paignton, Devon. (Adding the death date and place for the author of 7 volumes of Sherlockian pastiches in CFIV.)

MURPHY, WARREN B(URTON). (Correcting the authorship of the 1980 novel in CFIV.)
    Firing Line. Delete reference to William Joy.

NASH, CHANDLER. Katherine Chandler Hunt, 1909-1984. (Adding the dates for the author of the 1959 novel “Murder Is My Shadow” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

NORMAN, BARRY (LESLIE). 1933-2017. Died in London, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of six novels in CFIV.)

O’NAIR, MAIRI. (Adding a series character for the 1945 novel in CFIV.)
    Nerida Speaks Twice. SC: Insp. Jim Smith

OWEN, J(OHN) L(AWTON). 1848(?)-1898. Deleting the question mark on the death date; birth date unclear but censuses indicate birth in later 1840s; painter/decorator in Lancashire and later a journalist in Leicestershire. (Adding further biographical details for the author of three 1890s novels in CFIV.)

PIM, HERBERT MOORE. 1883-1950. Probable pseudonym: George Irving. (Adding the probable real name of the author of the 1906 volume “-For This Cause” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

PRONZINI, BILL    . (Adding a series character for the 1985 novel in CFIV and correcting its
setting.)   
    Quincannon. Add SC Sabrina Carpenter [Idaho]

PROWELL, SANDRA WEST. 1944-2015. Died in Billings, Montana. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three 1990s novels in CFIV.)

RAMSAY, CHARLES CLARK. 1909-1994. Born in Beith, Ayeshire, England; died in Rochford, Essex.  Pseudonym: Charles Clark, q.v. (Adding th real name and dates for the author of the undated title “-Commander Scottie Wins Again” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

RATUSHINSKAYA, IRINA. 1954-2017. Born in Odessa, Ukraine; educated at Odessa University with a master’s degree in physics; a political prisoner in Russia for several years; after release spent time in England and the U.S.; died in Moscow. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    Fictions and Lies. Murray (England), 1999 [Russia]

ROBERTSON, MUIRHEAD. Henry Johnson, ca.1848-1922, q.v. (Adding corrected dates for the author of the 1888 novel “A Lombard Street Mystery” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

ROBINSON, BONNIE J.  Delete. (Not the real name of Mary Kistler, as wrongly indicated in CFIV.)

ROGERS, SAMUEL SHEPARD. 1943-2017. (Adding the death date for the author of two plays in CFIV under the pseudonym Sam Shepard.)

ROMERO, GEORGE A(NDREW). 1940-2017. Died in Toronto, Canada. (Adding the death date and place for the co-author with Suzanne Sparrow of the 1977 movie novelization “-Martin” in CFIV.)

SANDERS, WILLIAM 1942-2017. Born in Oklahoma of Cherokee heritage; died in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.  (Adding biographical details and the death date of the author of nine titles in CFIV.)

SAXON, ALEX. (Adding a series character in the 1973 novel in CFIV.)
    A Run in Diamonds. SC: Carmody (see also the Bill Pronzini entry in CFIV.)

SHARP, ROBERT (GEORGE). 1908-1987. Born in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England; died in Solihull, Warwickshire. (Correcting the dates and adding biographical details for the author of ten titles in CFIV as well as two under the house name Michaael Storme.)

SHEPARD, SAM. Samuel Shepard Rogers, 1943-2017. Died in Midway, Kentucky. (Adding the death date and place for the author of two plays in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

SHROG, JIM. Pseudonym of Father James Taggart, 1892-1962. Born Castle Ward, Northumberland, England; died Chirton, North Shields. (Adding the corrected real name, dates and biographical details for the author of two 1930s titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
SIGIL. George Jones, 1848-    . Born in Blackburn, England; death date not known. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1888 collection “Cracks and Humorous Sketches” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
  
SLABBER, I(VAN?)) G(LEN?. 1922(?)-     Born in South Africa? Lived in Scotland in the 1980s? (Adding possibilities for the author of the 1980 novel “The Carrion Experience” in CFIV.)
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SMITH, DONA. Note: The Clue volumes are collections of very short stories. (Adding further information about two titles in the entry, and adding an additional title.)
    Footprints in the Fog. Scholastic pb, 1997. Based on the board game Clue; intended for younger readers.

SMITH, FRANCIS DENNIS. 1926-2017. Born in Everett, Massachusetts; served in the U.S. Navy in WWII; graduate of Harvard University; taught secondary school for 17 years; was associate director of the Massachusetts Commonwealth Service Corps; was dean at Hampshire College and taught there as professor of humanities; died in Amherst, Massachusetts. (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of six novels in CFIV under the pseudonym S. F. X. Dean.)

STERNBERG, IRVING M(ORRIS). (Adding the middle name of the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Mark Irving.)

STEVENSON, FLORENCE. (Adding a series character for the 1977 novel in CFIV.)
    The Horror from the Tombs. SC: Kitty Telefair

SUMMERLIN, CAROLE J. 1942-    . Pseudonym: Carole Berry, q.v. (Adding the real name of the author of nine novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

TAGGART, FATHER JAMES. 1892-1967. (Adding the corrected name and dates for the author of two 1930s titles in CFIV under the pseudonym Jim Shrog.)

TUBBS, ROBIN V. 1933-    . Born in Poole, Dorset, England; served in the Royal Navy, then spent 30 years as a policeman in London and surrounding counties; married Molly C. Rogers in 1956; now living in Hampton, Hampshire. Pseudonym: Russell Williams, q.v. (Adding a new name, not in CFIV.)
 
TWENTY-FOUR AUTHORS. (Adding to CFIV a byline and round-robin novel, with some criminous content, the odd-numbered chapters of which were written by women and the even-numbered by men.)
    The Fate of Fenella. Hutchinson, 1892. By (in order): Helen Mathers, Justin McCarthy, Frances Eleanor Trollope, Arthur Conan Doyle, May Crommelin, F. C. Phillips, Rita (Eliza Margaret Jane Gollan), Joseph Hatton, Mrs. Lovette Cameron, Bram Stoker, Florence Marryat, Frank Danby, Mrs. Edward Kennard, Richard Dowling, Mrs. Hungerford, Arthur A’Beckett, Jean Middlemass, Clement Scott, Clo Graves, H. W. Lucy, Adeline Sergeant, George Manville Fenn, “Tasma”, F. Anstey.

VERNON, ANNE. Married William Reginald Lamplugh Wickham, probably in France, in 1930; divorced 1936. (Adding the full name of her first husband for her entry in New Addenda Part 3.)

VON HARLESSEM, GUSTAVE FRIEDRICH WILHELM. 1859-1923. (Adding the real name and dates of the author of the 1889 novel “Leonora” in CFIV under the pseudonym/alternate name of Frederick William Von Herbert.)

WALLACE, MARY. Grace Wallace Doonan, 1873-1952. (Adding the corrected death date for the author of the 1917 novel “-The Ruby Cross” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

WEINER, ERIC (DANIEL). Note: All the Clue books are collections of very short stories.
 (Adding a further description of the five books in his entry.)

WILDING, W. J. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    The Web of Fate. Hurst, 1888 [England]
 
WILHELM, KATE. (Adding a reprint title for the 1996 novel in CFIV.)
    Malice Prepense. Also published in the U.S. as: For the Defense. Fawcett, 1997

WILLIAMS, RUSSELL. Pseudonym of Robin V. Tubbs, 1933-    . (Adding a new byline and title, not in CFIV.)
    Tears for a Copper. Navigator pb (Hampshire, England), 1994 [England]

YAFFE, JAMES. 1927-2017. Died in Denver, Colorado. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

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