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


Addenda to the Revised Edition.

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ALCORN, STEVE [STEVEN CRAIG ALCORN]. Inventor and engineer; founder of Alcorn McBride, Inc., a Florida company active in the theme park industry. (Adding biographical details for the co-author with Sharon Brindal of the 2000 novel ”Ring of Diamonds” in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Sharon Stevens.)
 
ALINE, COUNTESS OF ROMANONES. 1921 or 1923-2017. Wikipedia indicates she was born Maria Aline Griffith Dexter on 5/22/1923 in Pearl River, New York, but I have had 1921 as her birth, which familysearch.org seems to support; died in Madrid, Spain. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of four titles in CFIV.)
 
ANONYMOUS. (Adding the full name and dates for the author of the 1937 novel in CFIV.)
    When the Gaunt Dog Howled. (By Edwy Searles Brooks, 1889-1965.)

ANTHONY, EVELYN. (Adding a series character in the 1980 novel in CFIV.)
    The Defector. SC: Davina Graham

BAGLEY, DESMOND. (Adding film versions of the 1977 and 1970 novels in CFIV.)
    The Enemy. Film: Carousel, 2001 (scw: John Penney; dir: Tom Kinninmont)
    Running Blind. TV serial: BBC, 1979 (scw: Jack Gerson; dir: William Brayne)

BAIN, DONALD (SUTHERLAND). 1935-2017. Died in White Plains, New York. (Adding the death date and place for the writer of 18 novels under the name Margaret Truman, nine titles under the name J. D. Hardin, two titles under the name David Toma, one under the name Nick Vasile; also two under the joint pseudonym Mike Lundy with Tom Kelly.)
     
BALK, MORRIS. 1901-1981. Born in London; he went under various names in his very checkered career and was in and out of jail and in and out of North America over the years; death in Oxford, England, registered as Maurice Marlowe. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1931 plagiarism “Cat and Feather” in CFIV under the pseudonym Don Basil.)

BARRETT, FRANK. (Adding new information regarding several titles in CFIV.)
    The Error of Her Ways. (Deleting the dash.)
    -Fantoccini. ss: Alvida / Eric / Filoubon / Hun, Who Slew the King / The Last Jest of Eolf / The Melancholy Minstrel / The Ring of King Dorilas / Schwartzenschein / Ug
    The Harding Scandal. (Deleting the dash.)
    Lieutenant Barnabas. (Deleting the dash.)       
    Little Lady Linton. (Deleting the dash.)
 
BASIL, DON. Pseudonym of Morris/Maurice Balk, 1901-1981. (Adding the real name of the author of the 1931 plagiarism “Cat and Feather” in CFIV.)

BLACK, (THOMAS) CAMPBELL. Pseudonym: Thomas McCann, q.v. (Adding a further pseudonym, for the 1971 novel “Come Out, Come Out, Whoever You Are!” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BOTSFORD, KEITH CHRISTIAN. (Adding the middle name of the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym I. I. Magdalen.)
 
BOYD, PETER. Pseudonym of the literary editor of a Liverpool newspaper. (Identifying the byline for the 1950 novel “Slip Sees Red” in CFIV.)

BRANDON, (LINDSAY) GORDON. 1918-2010. He legally added Joyce to his surname in the 1990s, and his death in Wiltshire, England, was registered as Brandon-Joyce. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

BRANDON, JOSEPH. Pseudonym of Robert P(runier) Davis, 1929-2005, q.v. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the 1976 novel “Paradise in Flames” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BRANTON, MATTHEW (WILLIAM). 1968-    . (Adding the middle name and corrected birth year for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
 
BRASSARD, MARIE. Born in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada. (Adding the birth place of the co-author with Robert Lepage of the 1997 play “Polygraph” in CFIV.)

BRASTED, FRED. 1867-1937. Died in Fort Worth, Texas. (Adding the correct death date and place for the author of the 1910 title “-The Gang” in CFIV.)

BRAWER, RICHARD. Graduate of the University of Florida; worked 35 years in the textile industries; living in New Jersey. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1994 novel “The Nurse Wore Black” in CFIV, along with further information about that title.)
    The Nurse Wore Black. [New Jersey]  Rewritten and republished in 2011 as “Secrets Can Be Deadly” as part of a trilogy “Murder on the Jersey Shore” with series character David Nance

BRAXTON, HANK [HENRY]. 1935(?)-2003(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1979 novel in CFIV, and its setting.)
    The Committee. [California]. Note: An author’s note in the back of this book promises the return of Trigger Black in a sequel, “The Fang of Death,” but no sign found that it was actually published.

BRAY, CHRISTOPHER. Born in Salisbury, England; went to Australia in the 1960s. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1971 novel “Comus Fox” in CFIV.)

BRAY, SANDRA. Pseudonym of Marie Madeleine Chantal (Marie Madeleine Peyrelongue Auschitzky, 1914-    . (Adding the full real name and birth date of the author of the 1981 novel “Strange Destiny” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BRAYBROOKE, JOHN. John Gerald Lyons, 1926-2012. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1986 novel ”Adamant Eve” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BREEN-BOND, PATRICIA [TECIA MARIE BREEN-BOND]. 1950-2015. Studied bioethics and medical anthropology at Oxford University; earned a Ph.D.; a health consultant; died in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1980 novel “The President’s Grass Is Missing” in CFIV.)

BREEZE, PAUL A(RTHUR). 1949-    . Research biologist turned writer. (Correcting the birth year and adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV.)
  
BREN, ROBERT. Possibly Joseph Robert Bren, 1903-1981. (Adding the possible full name and dates for the author of two 1967 novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Jay G. Brenter.)

BRENNAN, ANTHONY (STUART). Has a Ph.D from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, where he is now a Professor Emeritus. (Adding further biographical details for the author of two titles in CFIV.)
                   
BRENNAN, BILL. Pseudonym of Blodgett E. Brennan, 1935-1970. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the 1962 novel “The Faster We Live” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BRENNAN, BLODGETT E. 1935-1970. Third generation newspaperman (Indianapolis Star); born and died in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1962 novel “The Faster We Live” in CFIV under the pseudonym Bill Brennan.)

BRENNAN, CHRISTOPHER. 1939-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 1993 novel “Mayan Shadows” in CFIV.)

BRENNAN, PETER (W.). Foreign correspondent, television producer, journalist and author; living in California. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

BRESLIN, (MARY) CATHERINE. 1936-2016. Died in Lower Bartonsville, Vermont. (Adding the full name and death date and place for the author of the 1979 novel “-Unholy Child” in CFIV)

BRESLIN, PATRICK (EDWARD). Grew up in the Bronx, New York; earned master’s and Ph.D. degrees in political science from NYU and UCLA; journalist and photographer; wrote numerous articles for the Inter-American Foundation, for which he was vice president of external affairs 2000-2007; living in Washington D.C. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1980 novel “Interventions” in CFIV.)

BRESLIN, THERESA. Born in Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. (Correcting the birth place and adding information about the 1996 novel in CFIV.)
    Death or Glory Boys. (Intended for younger readers.)

BRETT, DAVID. 1937-2015. Born in Leeds, England; earned a degree in philosophy from Leeds University; playwright and university lecturer. (Adding the death date and further biographical details for the author of the 1976 novel “Black Folder” in CFIV.)

BREWER, MARK (DESMOND). Freelance journalist in South America and Africa in the 1970s; left journalism in 1980 and founded Washita Oil & Gas in Tulsa, Oklahoma; played five seasons with the San Francisco Rugby Club; living in Glen Ellen, California. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1978 novel “Windward Passage” in CFIV.)
 
BREWIS, HAROLD. 1880(?)-1958(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1953 play “The Body Was Missing” in CFIV.)

BRICE, SHIRLEY. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1906 novel “The Might of a Wrongdoer” in CFIV.)

BRIGHAM, GLADYS RUTH. 1884-1928. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1914 play “A Case for Sherlock Holmes” in CFIV.)

BRIGHT, ALREDE. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1938 novel “The Golden Earnest” in CFIV.)

BRILLANT, J. MAURICE. 1909-1985. Died in St. Anaclet, Quebec, Canada. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1954 novel “Vision of Murder” in CFIV.)

BRIMSON, DOUGIE [DOUGLAS A. BRIMSON]. Born in Hertfordshire, England; served 18 years in the Royal Air Force. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “The Crew” in CFIV.)

BRINDAL, SHARON. Living in Geraldton, Western Australia; active in writers’ groups. (Adding biographical details for the co-author, via electronics, with Steve Alcorn, a Floridian, of the 2000 novel “Ring of Diamonds” in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Sharon Stevens.)

BRINGLE, MARY (HANFORD BRANNUM). Born Mary Hanford Brannum in Racine, Wisconsin; educated at the University of Colorado and New York University; author of newspaper and magazine articles, romances and mysteries; living in New York City. (Adding biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

BRINGSJORD, SELMER (C.).  Has a Ph.D. from Brown University; chair of the department of Cognitive Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1991 novel “Soft Wars” in CFIV.)

BRISCOE, AGATHA (MARIE DONATTO).. Born Agatha Marie Donatto in Liberty, Texas; married Edward Gans Briscoe in Nevada in 1976; has a B.S. in mathematic from Texas Southern University; project manager with Shooting Star Solutions, a management consulting firm; living in Oakland, California. (Adding biographical details for the co-author with Edward G. Briscoe and Delores R. Johnson of the 2000 novel “Distant Revenge” in CFIV under Edward G. Briscoe.)

BRISLEY, HAYDN (CLAUDE). 1923-2006. Born in Maidstone, England; died in Winnipeg, Canada. (Adding the middle name and biographical details and confirming the birth year of the author of the 1994 novel “Paint Me Dead” in CFIV.)
 
BRISTOW, BOB [ROBERT O’NEIL BRISTOW]. 1926-    . Born in St. Louis, Missouri; earned a master’s degree in journalism at the University of Oklahoma; was professor at Winthrop University in South Carolina; living in Rock Hill, South Carolina. (Adding the full name, correct birth year and biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

BRITTO, (JOHN) ANTHONY. Doctor specializing in plastic surgery in Whittier, California. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel “Tattoo” in CFIV.)

BRIZZOLARA, JOHN (ROBERT). 1950-2016. Born in Chicago; died in San Diego; writer mostly of science fiction; book reviewer and columnist . (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1987 novel “Wirecutter” in CFIV, along with a note about that novel.)
    Wirecutter. Note: This featured Nathaniel York, and obituaries indicate that “Thunder Moon, a sequel featuring that character, was written but no evidence found that it was actually published.
 
BROCK, GLEN T. (Adding a title for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
    Shack Town. Holloway House pb, 1988

BROCK, TERRENCE. Born in Miami, Florida; raised in Chicago; former police officer. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Beneath the Surface” in CFIV.)

BRODIN, MICHAEL (B.). A dermatologist in Scarsdale, New York. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1990 novel “Skin Game” in CFIV.)

BRODSKY, FRANCES MARTHA. Born in Worcster, Massachusetts; grew up in Princeton, New Jersey; has a bachelor’s degree from Harvard in 1976 and a Ph.D. from Oxford University in 1979; professor at the University of California, San Francisco. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym B. B. Jordan.)

BRODY, STEVE. (Adding a further title for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
    The Daggermen. Martin pb, n.d.

BROMBERG, MURRAY (C.).  Former principal at Andrew Jackson High School in Queens, New York; living in Bellmore, New York. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The Wagers of Sin” in CFIV, and adding the setting of the novel.)
    The Wagers of Sin. [Louisville, Kentucky]

BROOK, JONATHAN. 1967(?)-    . Born in Los Angeles; to England at age 6. (Adding a possible birth year and biographical details and a further title for the author of two 1994 novels in CFIV.)
    -Herbsman. Boxtree pb, 1995 [London, England]

BROOKE, JOHN. Freelance business writer and translator for 30 years. (Adding to the biographical sketch for the author of the 1999 novel “The Voice of Aliette Nouvelle” in CFIV.)

BROOKE, LAURENCE. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline and adding the setting of the 1879 novel in CFIV.)
    The Queen of Two Worlds. [England]

BROOKER, ALAN M(ALCOLM. Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author and a U.S. edition of the 1999 novel in CFIV.)
    The Mean Green Machine.  Amber Quill (Colorado), 2002

BROOKER, BLAKE. Playwright, director and co-founder of the theatre ensemble One Yellow Rabbit of Calgary, Manitoba, Canada. (Adding biographical details for the co-author with Jim Millan of the 1994 play “Serpent Kills” in CFIV.)

BROOKER, CLAIRE. 1907(?)-1979(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1957 novel “Dark Mosaic” in CFIV.)

BROTHERTON, LARRY J(ESSE). Living in Pasadena, Texas. (Adding a biographical detail for the author of the 2000 novel “Doreen” and the setting of that novel.)
    Doreen. [Texas]

BROUGHTON, ANTHONY J. 1944-    . Born in Surrey, England; living in rural Sussex; a retired draughtsman. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Time to Act” in CFIV, and series characters in that novel.)
    Time to Act. SC: Suzie Drake, Mike Randle (also in subsequent novels)

BROUN, DANIEL (SAMUEL). Born in New York; living in Falmouth, Massachusetts. (Adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV.)
 
BROUWER, SIGMUND (WILLARD). (Adding the middle name of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

BROWN, BASIL W. 1942(?)-    . (Adding a possible birth year for the author of the 1992 title “Cathedral Close” in CFIV.)

BROWN, DAN(IEL GERHARD). (Adding the middle name of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

BROWN, GERALD. 1904(?)-1967(?). Adding possible dates for the author of two 1940s novels in CFIV.)
   
BROWN, INNES (N. G.?). 1962(?)-    . (Adding possible middle initials and birth date for the author of the 1998 novel “The Liverpool Venus” in CFIV.)
 
BROWN, JOHN. Probably John Alexander Smith Brown, 1907-1966, who was born in South Shields, England, and died in Rutland. Delete reference to John Browning. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1948-1953 novels in CFIV.)

BROWN, JOHN. 1927-    . Pseudonym: John Browning, q.v. (Correcting the identification of the
author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BROWN, JOHN. A journalist from Glasgow; deceased. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1955 novel “Black Douglas” in CFIV.)

BROWN, JOHN W(ALTER). 1933-2010. Born in Kentucky; grew up in southern Indiana; served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War, mostly in England, and married Elizabeth Thurlbeck there; most of career was spent in managing steel service centers in the U.S.; died in Clay, Mississippi. (Adding the middle name, death date and biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)

BROWN, JOY. Joy Carroll (Joy Carroll Davis). 1924-2016. (Adding the death date of the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BROWN, KAREN. (Adding the setting of the 1929 novelization in CFIV.)
    The Shanghai Lady. [Shanghai]

BROWN, MARK (ALAN). 1947-2009. Died in California (Adding the middle name and death date and place of the author of three 1990s novels in CFIV.)
 
BROWN, MARK (KIERAN). Living in Sacramento, California. (Adding the middle name and biographical detail for the author of the 1999 novel “Shadowdragon SD4: Dr. Scorpio” in CFIV.)

BROWN, MICHAEL (DOUGLAS). Born in the Chatham Islands of New Zealand; has a degree in physics; reporter, director and presenter of news and current affairs programs on New Zealand television; living in Christchurch, New Zealand. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1989 novel “The Idiot Played Rachmaninov” in CFIV.)

BROWN, RUSSELL A. 1934-1992. Born in Michigan; graduate of the University of Michigan; school teacher in New York. (Confirming the death date and adding biographical details for the author of the 1988 novel “Sherlock Holmes and the Mysterious Friend of Oscar Wilde” in CFIV.)

BROWN, VERA. 1895-1976. Described as “Michigan’s own author”; died in Detroit. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1946 novel “Reckless Lady” in CFIV.)

BROWN, WALT. Has a Ph.D. in history from the University of Notre Dame; teaches history at Ramapo College in New Jersey; once a special agent of the Justice Department. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1992 novel “The People v. Lee Harvey Oswald” in CFIV.)

BROWN, WARREN A. 1920(?)-1985(?). (Adding probable dates for the author of the 1954 novel “Cue for Murder” in CFIV under the pseudonym Matt Bryant.)

BROWN, WILLIAM F(ERDINAND). Born in Chicago; has a B.A. in history and Russian area studies and an M.A. in Urban Planning from University of Illinois; served in the U.S. Army; was vice president of a real estate subsidiary of a Fortune 500 corporation; living in Florida. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1987 novel “Thursday at Noon” in CFIV as well as the 1981 novel “The Allah Conspiracy” in CFIV under the pseudonym Christopher Warren.)
 
BROWN, WILLIAM H(OWARD). 1943-    . Graduate of Urbana University (Ohio); a certified public accountant, living in Mechanicsburg, Ohio. (Adding the birth year, middle name and biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “Deadly Deceit” in CFIV; a sequel, “Deadly Deception” with the same main character, Holly Slade, was announced but no evidence found that it was actually published.)
    Deadly Deceit. [Ohio]

BROWN, DENNIS JAMES. Earned a doctorate at the University of Wisconsin, where he was also a professor; then became a stock broker and financial advisor; then formed CPA II Financial Services; now a college professor in New Jersey, living in Toms River. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1992 title “M” in CFIV under the pseudonym Dennis James Browne.)

BROWNE, L. VIRGINIA. 1947-2015. Probably died in Philomath, Oregon. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1977 novel “The Wade Inheritance” in CFIV.)

BROWNE, NOEL. An Australian writer, based in Sydney. (Adding biographical details for the author of two Sexton Blake novels under the house name Desmond Reid in CFIV.)

BROWNE, THEODORE (R.). 1910-1979. Born in Suffolk, Virginia; died in Boston; playwright and author and teacher. (Confirming the death date and adding biographical details for the writer of the 1955 novel “The Band Will Not Play Dixie” in CFIV.)  

BROWNER, JOHN P(AUL). Worked at or owned bookstores in New York City, New Hampshire, and Durham, North Carolina; went to Munich, Germany in 1996. (Adding further biographical details for the author of the 1980 novel “Death of a Punk” in CFIV, as well as a note on the other title listed in CFIV.)
    Who Killed the Snowman. Delete; book does not exist as such, and probably was retitled and published as Death of a Punk.

BROWNING, JOHN. Pseudonym of John Brown, 1927-    , q.v. (Correcting the identification of the author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BROWNLEE, KEN(NETH J.). (Adding a series character for the 1993 novel in CFIV.)
    Valley of the Gray Moon. SC: Dr. Richard F. Fairchild, also in the 2016 ss collection “The Cuyahoga Stories: Five Dr. Fairchld Mysteries”
 
BROWNLOW, RUPERT. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1889 novel “-Was Her Marriage a Failure?” in CFIV.)

BRUHNS, NINA. Born in Canada and grew up in California; has two graduate degrees in archeology and has been on numerous scientific expeditions; living in Summerville, South Carolina. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Catch Me If You Can” in CFIV.)

BRUN, T(HEODORE?). 1898(?)-1973(?). (Adding a possible first name and dates for the author of the 1946 novel “The Haunted Heart” in CFIV.)

BRUNETTI, VAL(ERIO). Born in Rome, Italy; graduate in industrial electronics; went to Australia in 1966; has worked in various countries including Libya, Pakistan, Nigeria and Egypt. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “1914: Northerly Winds Over Tanganyika” in CFIV.)

BRUNNER, BERNARD. 1923-2006. Born in Minnesota. (Confirming the death date and adding a biographical detail for the author of the 1967 novel “The Face of Night” in CFIV.)

BRUNO, ANTHONY. 1952-2014. Born in Orange, New Jersey; black belt and teacher of aikido; lived in Philadelphia; died at Lankenau Medical Center in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of ten titles in CFIV.)

BRUNO, JOSEPH J(OHN). 1947-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 2000 novel “Angel of Death” in CFIV.)

BRYAN, CHRISTOPHER. Born Michael J. C. Ellis; last name became Bryan when his mother married William Joseph Bryan in 1939. (Adding further biographical details for the author of two 1980s novels in CFIV.)

BRYAN, MIKE [MICHAEL]. 1956-    . Director of the Seminole Community Library in Florida. (Adding the birth date and biographical details for the co-author of two Sherlockian pastiches in CFIV.)
 
BRYANT, GRADY LEE. (Adding a series character in the 1999 novel in CFIV.)
    Roswell One. SC: Frank Snowden, also in subsequent novels

BRYANT, MATT. Warren A. Brown, 1920(?)-1985(?). (Adding probable dates for the author of the 1954 novel “Cue for Murder” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BRYANT, RAY. (Adding the setting of the 1997 novel in CFIV.)
    -The Satisfaction House. [England]

BUCKLAND, RAYMOND. 1934-2017. Died in Glenmont, Ohio. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1993 novel “The Committee” in CFIV.)

BUCKLEY, EDITH E. 1875(?)-1913(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1910 novel “The Snare of Circumstance” in CFIV.)

BUCKLEY, KATHLEEN. 1950-    . Living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Correcting the birth year and adding biographical detail for the co-author with Sharon Jarvis of the 1984 novel “The Alien Trace” in CFIV under the joint pseudonym H. M. Major.)
 
BUCKLEY, KRYSTA(LYN SUE). Born in Michigan and still living there with married name Sullivan; another unconfirmed source says born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1953 and living in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Adding a further title and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Silva Smiled” in CFIV.)
    Awaken Preciosa. iUniverse pb, 2000

BUCKLEY, MICHAEL. Born in Salisbury, Rhodesia; saw military service in Rhodesia and spent two years with the Rhodesian Intelligence Corps; employed with a tobacco company until 1977; emigrated to England and living in Surrey at the time of the book. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1989 novel “Ambush” in CFIV, and the setting of the novel.)
    Ambush [South Africa]
   
BUDDEN, DEREK (ERNEST ARTHUR?). 1932(?)-    . (Adding possible middle names and birth year for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

BUFF, JOE [JOSEPH J. BUFF]. 1954-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 2000 novel “-Deep Sound Channel” in CFIV.)

BUHET, GIL. (Adding TV versions of the 1949 novel in CFIV.)
    The Honey Siege. BBC serial: 1959 (scw: Antonia Ridge, Adrian Thomas; dir: Kevin Sheldon); BBC serial, 1987 (scw: David Martin; dir: John Jacobs)
    
BULLIMORE, TOM. 1950-    . Born in Thornton, Fife, Scotland; served as a radio operator in the Royal Navy, then a prison officer at Wormwood Scrubs; cartoonist and landscape artist. (Adding the birth date and biographical details for the author of three 1990s titles in CFIV.)   

BULLOCK, RONALD (M.). 1941-    . Born in Walsall, Staffordshire, England, where he still lives; for many years a heavy goods truck driver. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “Incidental Freight” in CFIV.)

BULOW, THOMAS T(IMOTHY). 1937-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 2000 novel “Run to Cabo” in CFIV under the pseudonym T. F. O’Brien.)

BUNZEL, REED (EVERETT). Born in Santa Clara, California; veteran media writer, editor and publisher, and currently president of the consulting firm Bunzel Media Strategies; has a degree in anthropology from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine; living in Charleston, South Carolina. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1993 novel “Play for Pay” in CFIV.)

BURDON, FREDERICK. (Correcting the title and adding the publication date of the novel in CFIV.)
    The Squire of Kildermay; or, The Snake Bracelet. Hendrson pb, 1897

BURGESS, LESLIE. 1898(?)-1958(?) (Adding the probable dates of the author of the 1941 novel “Halloween” in CFIV.)

BURGESS, VICTORIA. 1962-    . (Adding the birth year of the author of the 1999 novel “With This Kiss” in CFIV under the pseudonym Victoria Lynne.)

BURKE, MRS. ANNE. (Adding the first name of the author of the 1805 novel “The Secret of the Cavern” in CFIV and its setting.)
    The Secret of the Cavern. [England]
 
BURKE, LEE JOHN. 1944(?)-    . Living in Rome at the time of the book. (Adding the only biographical details found for the author of the 1979 novel “The Cairo Counterplot” in CFIV.)

BURKE, MARGARET ISABEL. Possibly the Margaret Isabel Burke born in 1906 and died in 1989 having married  a Dixon and then a Taylor, or the Margaret Isabel Burke born in 1918 and died in 1984 having married a Hughes. (Adding possibilities for the author of the 1966 novel “When Duty Calls” in CFIV.)

BURKE, MICHAEL. (Percy) Russell Mallinson, 1891-1979. (Adding the death date for the author of the novel “Murder on Film” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BURKHART, ANN. (Adding a note for the 1977 title in CFIV.)
    The Mystery of Rich Mountain. Although this title and author are in the U.S. coyright register, no sign found that it was actually published.

BURLISON, JAMES. Born in Arkansas; lived for many years in the San Francisco area; has a B.A. in accounting and finance from San Jose State College; living in Genoa, Nevada. (Adding biographical details for the author of a novel in CFIV, and its corrected publication date.)
    Compendium for Five. Dorrance, 2000

BURNHAM, PETER. (Adding further titles for the author of the 1950 novel “Tale of No Return” in CFIV.)
    The Crimson Shroud. Amalgamated pb, 1957
    Invitation to Murder. Amalgamated pb, 1957

BURNS, RICHARD. 1904-1993. (Adding dates given in COPAC for the author of the 1943 novel “The Broadvlei Mystery in CFIV.)
 
BURROWS, WILLIAM. Came to Melbourne, Australia, in 1852; served as a cadet in the Victorian police force; returned to England in 1859. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1859 title ”Adventures of a Mounted Trooper in the Australian Constabulary” in CFIV.)

BURVILLE, JULIE (ANN). 1942-    . (Deleting the question marks in the entry in New Addenda #1 for the author of the 1998 novel “Invader of Privacy” in CFIV.)

BUSBY, PETER. 1947(?)-    . (Adding the probable birth year of the co-author with Sarah Dunant of two 1980s titles in CFIV under the pseudonym Peter Dunant.)

BUSH, CLIFTON H(AGGARD). (Adding a title for the author of the 1996 novel “The Incumbent” in CFIV.)
    The Third Prophecy. Fabco pb, 1994

BUSH, DUNCAN (ERIC). 1946-2012. Died in Wales, probably in Swansea. (Adding the middle name and death date and place for the author of the 1991 novel “Glass Shot” in CFIV.)

BUTLER, EAMONN (FRANCIS). Has degrees in economics and psychology and a Ph.D. in philosophy; director of the Adam Smith Institute, a policy think tank in the U.K. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1995 title “The Sherlock Holmes IQ Book” in CFIV.)

BUTLER, LESLIE. (Adding the setting of the 1966 novel in CFIV.)
    The Man Who Crawled Away. [Middle East]

BUTLER, LUTHER (DALE, SR.). Has degrees from Eastern New Mexico University, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Tarleton State University; has served in the U..S. Navy; was with the Texas Department of Agriculture for 23 years; living in Stephenville, Texas, since 1968.
(Adding biographical details for the author of two 2000 novels in CFIV.)
 
BUTLER, (RAYMOND) RAGAN. Author of over 100 radio plays, as well as stage and television plays; trained chef and language teacher. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1975 novels in CFIV.)
 
BUZZELLI, ELIZABETH KANE. Has degrees from Macomb County Community College, Oakland University, and the University of Michigan; teaches writing at Northwestern Michigan College extended education. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1983 novel “Gift of Evil” in CFIV.)

BYATT, A(NTONIA) S(USAN DRABBLE). Birth and marriage registered as Susan Drabble. (Correcting the spelling of the first name and adding a note indicating that Antonia was a later addition to her name.)

BYERS, CORDIA (J.). Retired insurance agent living in Jasper, Georgia. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

BYERS, NORMAN (RICHARD?). 1874(?)-1917(?). (Adding a possible middle name and dates for the author of the 1896 novel “-A Doubtful Lie” in CFIV,)

BYNTT, DARWYN. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1993 novel “The Assassination of a British Prime Minister” in CFIV.)

BYRD, JEROME J. 1914(?)-1991(?). (Adding probable dates for the author of the 1958 collection “Three Flights Up, Seven Down” in CFIV.)

BYRNE, GERRY. In 1996 she was living in London and working at a women’s hostel in Soho. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1996 novel “Ruby” in CFIV.)

BYRNE, ROBERT (LEO). 1930-2016. Died in Dubuque, Iowa. (Adding the death date and place for the author of six novels in CFIV.)

BYRON, CHRISTOPHER (MICHAEL). 1944-2017. Died in Bridgeport, Connecticut. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1980 novel “Foreign Matter” in CFIV.)

BYRON, JOHN. Pseudonym of Roger Uren, 1947-    , an Australian diplomat who has served in Malaysia, China, and the United States; has been exploring Chinese culture for nearly forty years; was for ten years senior officer in the intelligence assessment agency of a Western country; now an executive of a Hong Kong-based Chinese language television company, dividing his time between Hong Kong and Canberra. (Adding biographical details for the co-author with David Bonavia of the 1985 novel “The China Lovers” in CFIV.)

CABOT, HENRY. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1990 novel “Doctors, Death and Doomsday” in CFIV, for which a review can be found but no copy located in any library.)

CABOT, JOAN. Pseudonym of Jane (Irenita) Corby, 1891-1970. (Adding the real name for the author of the 1970 novel “Vail’s Gate” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

CADE, BLANE. Delete. (Adding a note on this byline and attached title.)
    Twisted Justice. No trace can now be found of such an author or such an book, listed in CFIV as published in 1998.

CADWELL, DOROTHY. 1910-1995. Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; high school teacher; administrative secretary with the Public Service Commission; lived in Ottawa, Ontario; member of the “Order of Canada.” (Correcting the death date and adding biographical details for the author of the 1976 novel ”Murder on the House” in CFIV.)

CAGSON, BUD. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for two 1953 novels in CFIV.)
   
CAIN, ROBERT (P.). Has a political science degree from New York University; living in Lantana, Florida. (Correcting the middle initial and adding further biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “State of Shame” in CFIV.)

CARROLL, JOY [JOY CARROLL DAVIS]. 1924-2016. Born in Melfort, Saskatchewan, Canada; prolific novelist, author of radio plays, travel articles and newspaper interviews; married to writer Jock Carroll and then TV broadcaster Fred Davis; died in Toronto, Canada. (Adding the
death date and place and biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV as by Joy Carroll and two in CFIV under the pseudonym Joy Brown.)
 
CHANTAL, MARIE MADELEINE [MARIE MADELEINE PEYRELONGUE AUSCHITZKY]. 1914-   . Born in Bordeaux, France. (Adding the full name and birth year and date for the author of the 1981 novel “Strange Destiny” in CFIV under the pseudonym Sandra Bray.)

CHARLES, IONA. Carolyn Nichols, 1939-2017. (Adding the dates of the co-author with Stanlee Miller Coy of four 1970s novels in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Iona Charles.)

CHRISTIE, AGATHA. (Adding a movie verison of the 1934 novel in CFIV.)
    Murder on the Orient Express. Film: TCF, 2017 (scw: Michael Green; dir: Kenneth Branagh)

COLLINS, MICHAEL. All the Dan Fortune novels have been made available by Canning Park Press in 2016-2017 as by Dennis Lynds. (Adding reprint information for 17 titles in CFIV.)

CORBY, JANE (IRENITA). Pseudonym: Joan Cabot, q.v. (Adding a further pseudonym for the 1970 novel “Vail’s Gate in CFIV.)

CROSSEN, KENDELL FOSTER. (Adding details about a 1953 title in CFIV.)
    -Once Upon a Star. Fix-up novel connecting four Manning Draco stories: The Caphian Caper / The Merakian Miracle / The Polluxian Pretender / The Regal Rigellian

CUNNINGHAM, CATHY. Chet Cunningham, 1928-2017. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1973 novel “The Demons of Highpoint House” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

CUNNINGHAM, CHET [CHESTER GRANT CUNNINGHAM]. 1928-2017. Died in San Diego, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous titles under his own name and pseudonyms/house names Jack Buchanan, Jim Case, Nick Carter, Lionel Derrick, Don Pendleton, Paul Richards and Dan Streib in CFIV.)

DAVIS, ROBERT P(RUNIER). Pseudonym: Joseph Brandon. (Adding the pseudonym for the 1976 novel “Paradise in Flames” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

ESSER, ROBIN (CHARLES). 1933-2017. Died in London, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
 
FLEMING, NICHOL(AS PETER VAL). (Adding the full name of the author of three novels in CFIV.)

GUNTHORPE, DALE. Delete in favor of Dale Marie Gunthorp Millard, q.v.

HICHENS, ROBERT (SMYTHE). (Deleting the 1934 novel in CFIV.)
    The Power to Kill. Delete (not criminous)

IRVING, CLIFFORD (MICHAEL). 1930-2017. Died in Sarasota, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the author of 8 titles in CFIV.)

JANES, GENE [EUGENE]. 1925-1993. Died in Darwin, Northern Territories, Australia. (Adding the death date and place for the author of 9 titles in CFIV.)

JOHNS, [CAPTAIN] W(ILLIAM) E(ARL). (Adding the contents of a 1954 title in CFIV.)
    Biggles, Pioneer Air Fighter. ss (at least the Dean reprint contains these stories, which are a partial reprint of the 1932 collection “The Camels Are Coming”): Affaire de Coeur / The Battle of Flowers / Biggles Finds His Feet / The Bomber / The Boob / The Carrier / The Decoy / Fog! / The Last Show / On Leave / Spads and Spandaus / The Thought-Reader / The Zone Call

LUCKLESS, JOHN. Clifford (Michael) Irving, 1930-2017. (Adding the death date of the co-author with Herbert Burkholz of the 1978 novel “The Death Freak” in CFIV under the joint pseudonym.)
 
LUMSDEN, ALEC [ALEXANDER LOUIS COURTENAY LUMSDEN]. 1891-1959. Born in San Diego, California, to British parents; died in London, England. Most of his novels were intended for younger readers. (Adding the full name, dates, biographical details and further titles for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
    The Cord That Broke. Popular Library, 1936
      The Cup Lifters. Popular Library, 1934
    Treacherous Waters. R.T.S. Office, 1935 [England]

LUNDY, MIKE. Donald (Sutherland) Bain, 1935-2017. (Adding the death date of the co-author with Tom Kelly of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

LYNDS, DENNIS. See the Michael Collins entry for reprint information on the Dan Fortune novels

LYONS, GENEVIEVE (M.). Now known as Genevieve Lyons-Quigley; living in London, England. (Adding further biographical details for the author of the 1994 novel “Foul Appetite” in CFIV.)

LYONS, JOHN GERALD. 1926-2012. Born in West Ham, Essex, England; educated at Sandhurst Military Academy; an eye doctor in London; emigrated to the U.S. in 1983; played the cello with a symphony orchestra; completed a Ph.D.; earned a captain’s license for ocean sailing; constructed telescopes as part of his interest in astronomy; died in Eagle Point, Oregon. (Adding the middle name, death date and place and biographical details for the author of the 1986 novel “Adamant Eve” in CFIV under the pseudonym John Braybrooke.)

LYONS, TOM. Born in Toronto, Canada, and living in Kingston, Ontario, around the time of the books (1996-2000); spent winter months sailing in the Caribbean and elsewhere. (Adding biographical details for the author with wife Colleen of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Cat Lyons.)

LYNNE, VICTORIA. Victoria Burgess, 1962-    . (Adding the birth year of the author of the 1999 novel “With This Kiss” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

MAAS, VIRGINIA (HARGRAVE). 1913-2015. Died in Lakewood, Washington. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1979 novel “Castle Craggs” in CFIV.)
 
MABEY, (LEETA) MARTHA. Born Leeta Martha Smith in Jamestown, Tennessee; married Joseph Stewart Hamilton in 1959, divorced 1975; married Frederick Gordon Mabey in 1977; living in Richmond, Virginia. (Adding the first name and biographical details for the author of the 1996 novel “Artists Die Best in Black” in CFIV.)
   
MAC. Pseudonym of (John) Wilson McLaren, 1860-1944, a councillor and magistrate from Edinburgh, Scotland. (Adding the real name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1903 title “John O’Howgate” in CFIV.)
 
McARDLE, (JAMES) BRIAN (DE LARGIE). 1920-1969. Journalist and film reviewer born in Victoria, Australia. (Correcting the authorship of the 1957 novel “Flashpoint for Treason” in CFIV under the house name Desmond Reid.)

MacARTHUR, EDWARD. (Correcting the publisher for the 1936 play in CFIV.)
    The Accusing Hand. Denison (Chicago)

MACAULAY, PAULINE. The wife of Donald McWhinnie, born in Allestree, Derbyshire, England; her name and birth year are not known; the marriage evidently took place abroad. (Correcting the entry for the author of two 1960s plays in CFIV.)
 
MacBETH, GEORGE (MANN). (Adding three novels and the series character in all of them for the author of the 1981 novel “A Kind of Treason” in CFIV.)
    -The Born Losers. Warner pb, 1982 SC: Cadbury
    -The Samurai. Quartet, 1976; Harcourt, 1976. Reprinted as “Cadbury and the Samurai”  NEL, pb, 1981. SC: Cadbury   
    -The Seven Witches. Allen, 1978; Harcourt, 1978. Reprinted as “Cadbury and the Seven Witches” NEL, pb, 1981. SC: Cadbury

"Cadbury and the Samurai" NEL pb, 1981 and "Cadbury and the Seven Witches" NEL pb, 1981 as reprint editions of the two titles in the MacBeth entry in Addenda #12?

McCARTHY, MYLES. Pseudonym of John F. J. Palmer. (Correcting the real name of the author of the 1928 play “Crooked Money” in CFIV.)

McCLOSKEY, WALTER (STAUFFER). Born in New Orleans; earned B.A. and Ph.D. degrees at Harvard University; taught in the English department at Milton Academy (Milton, Massachusetts) 1971-2013; now living in New Orleans. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel “Risking Elizabeth” in CFIV.)

McCLOSKEY, WILLIAM (BERTINE, JR.). 1928-2016. Died in Baltimore, Maryland. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1966 novel “The Mallore Affair” in CFIV.)
 
MacDONALD, CHARLES B., JR. 1923(?)-1988(?). (Adding another set of possible dates for the author of the 1954 novel ”The Riddle of the Veiled Song”, and a possible setting of the novel.)
    The Riddle of the Veiled Song. [Pennsylvania?]

MacDONALD, HAZEL CHRISTIE [HAZEL CHRISTIE MacDONALD LIH). 1895-1956. Born in New York City; married Fredrik Lih in 1931; died in Cold Spring, New York.) (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1950 novel “Death Walks Softly” in CFIV.)

MACDONALD, JOHN B(ARFOOT). 1918-2014. Died in Toronto, Canada. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1993 novel “Message from Laura” in CFIV.)

McDUFF, E(ILEEN) M(AY). 1909-1987. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1947 novel “Murder in the Theatre” in CFIV.)

McENERY, JOHN. 1865-1937. Born in Kilfeighney, Kerry, Ireland; living in Tralee, Kerry at the time of his novels; died in London, England. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of two 1907-1909 novels in CFIV.)

McGOWAN, WYNEMA. Born Wynema Ann Kindred in San Angelo, Texas; lived in New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul and Nisswa, Minnesota; married to Cyril James McGowan (1920-2014); living in Lampasas, Texas. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1998 novel “Dare to Dream” in CFIV, and the setting of that novel.)
    Dare to Dream. [Texas]

McGREGOR, (CLARICE) IONA. (Adding the first name of the author of two novels in CFIV.)
 
MacHARDY, CHARLES. 1920-1996. (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 1978 novel “Blowdown” in CFIV.)

McILWAIN, BOB A(LEXANDER). Born in Tennessee; has been a refinery pipefitter, newspaper ad salesman, professional soldier, logistic advisor to a foreign government, and transport economist in a large consulting engineering firm; living in Columbia, South Carolina. (Adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Trey” in CFIV.)

MacINTYRE, TOM. (Correcting the title of the 1971 title in CFIV, and adding a note about its contents.)
    Through the Bridewell Gate: A Diary of the Dublin Arms Trial. Note: May be entirely non-fiction, without any novelization.

McIVER, LILY. 1892(?)-1978(?), or if she’s the one who married Stanley Langford in 1943, 1891(?)-1970(?). (Adding more possible dates for the author of the 1943 collection “Curls and the Penalty, and other stories” in CFIV, with a note about that title.)
    Curls and the Penalty, and other stories. (Intended for younger readers.)
  
MacIVERS, DONALD. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1976 novel “The Cult of Killers” in CFIV.)

McKEOWN, M(ICHAEL) J(OHN) J(OSEPH). 1891-1951. Born in Newry, Ireland; earned a B.A. degree at University College Dublin; spent 40 years in civil service, mostly as Inspector of Taxes at Dublin Castle; called to the bar in 1928. (Adding the birth place and date and biographical details for the author of the 1930 play “The Rale McCoy” in CFIV, and the setting of that play.)
    The Rale McCoy. [Ireland]
 
M’KINLAY, DANIEL A. ca.1837-ca.1871. Born Daniel Alexander McKinlay in Lanarkshire; apparently died in Yorkshire; dates are uncertain because of variant spellings of the last name. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1861 collection “The Heir of Ardanarchan, and other tales.” in CFIV.)

McKNIGHT, CAROLYN. Pseudonym of Carolyn Ione McKnight Nichol, 1939-2017. Born in Monroe, Louisiana; died in Portland, Oregon. Other pseudonym Iona Charles, q.v (Adding the real name, dates and biographical details for the author of two 1979-1980 novels in CFIV.)

MacKNUTT, M(AUDE) G(ERTRUDE). 1884-1960. Died in Fauquier, Virginia. (Adding the dates and biographical detail for the author of the 1951 novel “Death on the Cuff” in CFIV.)

McLACHLAN, ALEX(ANDER). 1896-1946. Born in Alverstoke, Hampshire, England; died in Hastings. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the co-author with R. J. Fletcher of the 1929 novel “Half Devil, Half Tiger” in CFIV.)

McLAREN, (JOHN) WILSON. 1860-1944. Pseudonym: Mac, q.v. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the 1903 title “John O’Howgate” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

McLARTY, DONALD (COUTTS). 1937-1997. Born in Caithness, Scotland; worked in banking in London, Hong Kong and Shanghai; died in Malaysia. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1989 novel “The Deep Blue Seize” in CFIV.)
 
McMIKLE, BARBARA. Born in New York; graduated from Syracuse University in journalism; was a teacher in Germany, and taught English and German at La Jolla High School in California for 30 years; married Ernest Clay McMikle in San Diego in 1960; living in San Diego. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1975 novel “The Secret of the Weeping Monk” in CFIV.)

MACMILLAN, ANNE (MORTON). 1889-1973. Born Annie Janet/Jeanette Morton in Regina, Saskatchewan; married Donald Macmillan in 1927; a teacher; died in Regina. (Correcting the entry for the 1960 novel in CFIV and adding a note about the novel.)
    Mountie Patrol. (Intended for younger readers.)
   
McNAMARA, ED(WARD FRANCIS). 1911-2001. Died in Stamford, Connecticut. (Deleting the question mark on the death date and adding the middle name and place of death for the author of the 1958 novel “Once Over Deadly” in CFIV.)

MacQUET, CLAIRE. Pseudonym of Dale Marie Gunthorp Millard, 1941-    . (Giving the full name of the author of the 1992 novel “Looking for Ammu” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)   

McROBBIE, DAVID (HEWITT). Born in Glasgow, Scotland; emigrated to Australia ca.1958; writer for TV, radio and films as well as of many novels, mostly juvenile. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Eugenie Sandler, PI” in CFIV.)

MacSWEENEY, DAVID (ANTHONY). 1933-2010. A psychiatrist. (Adding the middle name, correcting the birth year, and adding the death year and biographical detail for the author of the 1996 novel “The Lovers” in CFIV.)

MACK, THOMAS (DANIEL). 1891-1947. Died in Rochester, New York. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1932 collection “The Spectre Bullet” in CFIV.)

MADISON, JOYCE. 1933-1997. Born Joyce Lois Jenkins; married and divorced Charles Mintz; her pseudonym seems to have become her official name, since her death was recorded under the name. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1981 novel “Run If You Can” in CFIV.)

MADISON, NANCY (SCHMUCK). Born Nancy Lucille Schmuck; married Walker Gregson Madison in 1959; living in Arlington, Texas. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel ”Clues to Love” in CFIV.)

MAGDALEN, I.. I.  Keith Christian Botsford. (Adding the middle name of the author of two 1980s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
MAGGS, DEREK (ROBERT). (Adding the middle name for the author of the 1945 novel “Reporting Murder” in CFIV.)

MAJOR, H. M.  Kathleen Buckley, 1950-    . (Correcting the birth year of the co-author with Sharon Jarvis of the 1984 novel “The Alien Trace” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
MALLINSON, (PERCY) RUSSELL. 1891-1979. Born Percy Wilfred Mallinson in Wandsworth, England; died in Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow, Ireland; freelance writer under various pseudonyms. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the novel “Murder on Film” in CFIV under the pseudonym Michael Burke, and four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Sinclair Russell.)

MASKE, JOHN. (Adding series character for the 1930s novels in CFIV.)
    The Cherbourg Mystery. SC also: Irma Flack, Dr. Adolphe “The Needle” Aiguille
    The Dinard Mystery. SC also: Irma Flack
    Ghost of a Cardinal. SC also: Irma Flack, Dr. Adolphe “The Needle” Aiguille
    The Saint-Malo Mystery. SC also: Irma Flack

MAY, JULIAN (CHAIN) [JULIAN MAY DITKY]. 1931-2017. Died in Bellevue, Washington. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three 1990s titles in CFIV.)

MILLARD, DALE MARIE GUNTHORP. 1941-    . Identifying the full real name of the author of the 1992 novel “Looking for Ammu” in CFIV under the pseudonym Claire MacQuet.)

MINTZ, JOYCE LOIS. 1933-1997. Born Joyce Lois Jenkins; married (1959) and divorced (1977) Charles Mintz; death recorded as Joyce Madison, under which name she had published a travel guide in 1973, so it appears that her pseudonym became her real name. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1981 novel “Run If You Can” in CFIV under the pseudonym Joyce Madison.)

NICHOLS, CAROLYN. 1939-2017. Born Carolyn Ione McKnight in Monroe, Louisiana; was married to Rodney W. Nichols; died in Portland, Oregon; editor, writer and publisher of romance novels. Pseudonyms: Iona Charles, Carolyn McKnight, qq.v.
 
O’BRIEN, T. F.  Thomas T(imothy) Bulow, 1937-   . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 2000 novel “Run to Cabo” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

PACHECO, FERDIE, M.D. 1927-2017. Died in Tampa, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the co-author with Robert Skimin of the 1992 novel “Renegade Lightning” in CFIV.)

PALMER, JOHN F J. Pseudonym: Myles McCarthy. (Adding the real name of the author of the 1928 play “Crooked Money” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

PALMER, JOHN FRANCIS. 1866-1928. Delete entry (not the real name of Myles McCarthy)

ROSSITER, JOHN (ADAMS). 1916-2008. (Confirming the middle name and dates suggested in New Addenda #2 for the author of numerous titles in CIFV under this name and pseudonym Jonathan Ross.)

RUSSELL, SINCLAIR. (Percy) Russell Mallinson, 1891-1979. (Adding the death date for the author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

SCADUTO, ANTHONY. 1932-2017. Born and died in Brooklyn, New York; a journalist. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1978 novel “A Terrible Time to Die: in CFIV.)

SERENY, GITTA. 1921-2012. (Correcting the death date of the author of the 1957 novel “The Medallion” in CFIV.)

STEELE, JACK. (Adding the series character in both novels in CFIV.)
    The House of Iron Men. SC: Jerold Garrison
    A Husband by Proxy. SC: Jerold Garrison

TROWER, PETER (GERALD). 1930-2017. Born in St. Leonards-on-Sea, England; came to Canada in 1940; died in Vancouver. (Adding the death date, biographical details, and additional titles for the author of the 1996 novel “Dead Man’s Ticket” in CFIV.)
    Dead Man’s Ticket. SC: Terry Belshaw [1950s]   
    -Grogan’s Café. Harbour (Canada), 1993 SC: Terry Belshaw [Canada, 1950s]
    -The Judas Hills. Harbour (Canada, 2000 SC: Terry Belshaw [Canada, 1950s]   

UNDERHILL, WILLIAM WALTER FRANK. Lived most of his life in Bristol, England; served in the Royal Army Medical Corps in WWII; trained as a teacher after the war and was first a primary school teacher and then a lecturer in a college of further education; died in Surrey. (Adding further biographical details for the author of numerous novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Francis Duncan.)

UREN, ROGER. 1947-    . Born in Melbourne, Australia; educated at Melbourne University and the Mandarin Training Center in Taipei; joined Australian Foreign Service in 1974; transferred to the Asia Branch at the Office of National Assessments in 1993; left government service in 2001 and joined Phoenix Satellite Television in Hong Kong; married to Sheri Yan, a former reporter on China National Radio. (Adding the real name and biographical details for the co-author with David Bonavia of the 1985 novel “The China Lovers” in CFIV under the pseudonym John Byron.)

WELLS, CAROLYN. (Correcting the title of the 1927 novel in CFIV.)
    Where’s Emily?  (Adding the question mark.)

WHITTEN, LESLIE H(UNTER, JR.). 1928-2017. Died in Adelphi, Maryland. (Adding the death date and place for the author of five novels in CFIV.)
             



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