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ABBOTT, MONICA. 1914-2003. Add both dates. Joint pseudonym with Stanley Abbott: Lesley Howard, qq.v.
ABBOTT, STANLEY. 1906-1976. Add both dates. Joint pseudonym with Monica Abbott: Lesley Howard, qq.v.
ADAMS, HERBERT. 1874-1958. Pseudonym: Jonathan Gray. Attended City of London School; a surveyor (and member of the Surveyors Institute) before turning to writing. Noted as the author of a number of golfing mysteries; Adams’s most frequently recurring series character was amateur sleuth Roger Bennion. A review of Death of a Viewer on the Mystery*File blog contains additional bibliographic information.
The Golden Ape. Methuen, UK, hc, 1930. Lippincott, US, hc, 1939. SC: Jimmie Haswell. [From page 32: Haswell is a lawyer who “solves the crimes that baffle Scotland Yard. Makes a hobby of it.” He appears in nine of Adams’s detective novels.] Note: See The Scarlet Feather.
The Scarlet Feather. Cherry Tree, UK, pb, 1943. Add note: This is a reworking of The Golden Ape with the same plot but different character names.
ALEXANDER, RUTH. 1879-1958. Married name: Ruth Alexander Rogers. Correct previous information about the author’s name and date of birth; add date of death. Her earliest books were novelizations of plays and films, many of a criminous nature. One of these is shown below (Readers Library, UK, hc, 1932). After World War II, her output seems to have been limited to romance novels.
ALLEN, WILLIAM EDWARD DAVID. 1901-1973. Add as a new author entry. British historian and businessman. Pseudonym: Liam Pawle, q.v.
ANONYMOUS: TIP TOP DETECTIVE TALES. The following were published with no author bylines as part of the British “Tip Top Detective Tales” series which was published by the Aldine Publishing Company between 1910 and 1912. See the Mystery*File website for many more details, including cover images of most. For only one book in the series of 36 novels was an author stated: For Glittering Gold!, by Emile Gaboriau, q.v. (Tip Top Detective Tales #4). For completeness, whether new information has been added or not, all 35 of the other books in the series are cited below. [Note that Richard P. “Dandy Dick” Darrel (*), who appeared in two of these novels, was created by dime novelist Robert Randall Inman, an unidentified pseudonym.]
The Amateur Detective. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #32).
The Black Brotherhood. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #6). Setting: New York.
The Bomb Throwers. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #13).
By Foul Play. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #12). Setting (corrected): San Francisco.
Caught in a Snare. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #24). Setting (corrected): Chicago.
The Conjuror Detective. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #7). Setting: England.
Cool Jack of Colorado. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #27). Setting: Colorado. SC: Richard P. “Dandy Dick” Darrel (*).
The Cypher Clue. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #9). SC: Monsieur Lecoq.
The Dandy Detective. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #21).
The Detective from Dublin. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #14).
The Detective Partners. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #23). Setting: London.
Dixon Brett and the Poisoners. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #28).
Dixon Brett, Post Office Detective. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #31).
Dixon Brett’s American Case. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #26).
Dixon Brett’s Double Clue. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #22). Setting: London. SC: Dixon Brett
Doctor Daylight. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #8). Setting: Southwest US.
Doctor, or Rogue? Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #34). Setting: London. SC: Dixon Brett.
False Clues! Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #3). Setting: New York City.
The Finger-Print Mystery. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #30).
Flynn, the Ferret. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #29).
In Fetters of Guilt. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #20). Setting: London.
The Invisible Six. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #36). Setting: Colorado. SC: Richard P. “Dandy Dick” Darrel (*).
King of the Secret Seven. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #15). Setting: London.
Leagued with Rogues. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #5). Setting: England.
The Miser’s Hoard. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #2). Setting: London.
The Motor-Bus Mystery. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #17).
The Necklace of Death. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #11). Setting: Paris.
The Office Boy Detective. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #25).
Rival Detectives. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #10). Setting: Paris.
A Rogue of High Degree. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #19). Setting (corrected): London.
The Scarlet Clue. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #33).
The Smart-Set Detective. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #35).
The Spy in Petticoats. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #16). Setting: London.
The Telephone Trail; or, Nick Carter’s Understudy. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #1). Setting: New York City, Boston.
Tracked in the Dark. Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #18). Setting: Michigan.
ANONYMOUS: CHAMBERS’S JOURNAL ANTHOLOGIES. The actual authors of many of the stories in the following story collections are now identified. The complete contents appear to be online ● here and ●● here:
● Chewton Abbot and other tales. W. & R. Chambers Ltd., UK, hc, 1887. Series: Tales from Chambers’s Journal; add date. With some crime:
Among Queer People, by ??
Chewton Abbot, by Hugh Conway
A Flight in the Dark, by ??
The White Hart Inn, by ??
● Five Brothers’ Five Fixes. W. & R. Chambers Ltd., UK, hc, 1885. Series: Tales from Chambers’s Journal. Short story collection, some criminous, including at least those indicated with an asterisk:
A Black Mare with a White Star, by Thomas W. Speight (*)●● The Lighthouse of the Gannets, and other stories. W. & R. Chambers Ltd., UK, hc, 1884. Series: Tales from Chambers’s Journal. With some crime:
Daisy’s Choice, by ?? [add]
Five Brothers’ Five Fixes, by Rev. C. Elliot
A Hand and a Ring, by G. Lamley (*)
The Lighthouse of the Gannets, by John Berwick Harwood●● My Friend Ching and other tales. Chambers, UK, hc, 1884. Series: Tales from Chambers’s Journal; add date. With some crime:
The Monks of Cockaigne, by ??
Under Godfrey, by W. Thornbury
An Unexpected Blessing, by Robert Black
Zekel Flint, by George Manville Fenn
The Cabman’s Story, by ??
Children I Have Met, by James Payn
My Friend Ching, by John Berwick Harwood
A Narrow Escape, by ??
● Our Feather Farm and other tales. W. & R. Chambers Ltd., UK, hc, 1886. Series: Tales from Chambers’s Journal; add date. With some crime:
Blamyre’s Chambers, by W. Thornbury
The Jansetjee Jeejeebhoy, by W. Thornbury
Miss Fyfe’s Adventure, by Thomas W. Speight
Our Feather Farm, by John Berwick Harwood
The Phantom of Deadmoor Tower, by Lewis Hough
The Wife’s Secret, by ??
ARMER, ALAN (ARTHUR). 1922- . Correct birth date confirmed; add middle name. American screenwriter, producer and director; retired Cal State Northridge professor in the Radio-Television-Film department. Producer for the following television series, among others: The Untouchables, The Fugitive, and Cannon. For The Fugitive he received both an Emmy and an Edgar Award (1965) from the Mystery Writers of America. Co-author of one book of plays for television included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV.
Vest Pocket Theatre: Twenty Tested Television Playlets (with Walter E. Grauman). New York: French, hc, 1955. A collection of one-act plays, three of them criminous in nature.
ARTHUR, FRANCIS. A new author’s entry.
The Touch of a Vanished Hand. Remington, UK, hc, 1889.
ARTZ, EMILY S. 1942- . Add middle initial and year of birth. Joint pseudonym with Fran Pokras Yariv: Emily Francis, q. v.
AUGUST, VIENNA. A new author’s entry.
-Eye of the Crow. New Orleans: High Humidity, pb, 1998. “A Romantic Voodoo Tale.”
The Dark Island. W. E. Allen, UK, hc, 1972. Bobbs Merill, US, hc, 1973. Add: Novelization of a TV series, later a radio series: BBC, 1962 (scw: Robert Barr; dir: Gerard Glaister). Note: This was a six-episode mini-series focused on a “strange ‘torpedo’ found on the shore of a lonely island in the Outer Hebrides. In the attempt to defuse it a surprising discovery is made.” SC: Nick Nicholson: Robert Hardy.
BARRETT, MICHAEL (JOHN). 1924- . Born in England; trained as electrical engineer; served in British Army and the War Office. Author of 14 espionage and adventure novels listed in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV, including the one below.
The Flags of Nada. Robert Hale, UK, hc, 1970. Add setting: Spain, 1937. “A commando style mission into Nationalist Territory.”
BARRON, OSWALD. See E(dith) Nesbit, 1858-1924.
BEHM, MARC. 1925-2007.
-The Queen of the Night. Houghton, 1977 [Germany WWII]
The Ninth Earl of Whitby. Note: the criminous title story is a 137 page novel.
BELTZER, YVONNE. 1944- . An award winning television writer and producer in Burbank CA with one Emmy and five Golden Mikes to her credit; married to Daniel Sweeney. Joint pseudonym with Lon Viser, 1932-1994, and Rhoda Lucson (Viser), 1934- : Valerie Shore, q.v.
BENSTEAD, C(HARLES) R(ICHARD). 1896-1980.
BIRD, BRANDON. Kay Harris Evans [Kathryn Harris Evans], 1906-2007.
BRANDRETH, CHARLES A.
The Honourable Roger. [England, 1755]
CARGILL, LESLIE. 1895-1964. Birth name: Leslie Clarke (he later took the last name of his stepfather).
CARMICHAEL, MONTGOMERY. 1857-1936.
On the Threshold of the Chamber of Horrors. Mysterious Bookshop, 2000 (16 pp.) (Sherlock Holmes.)
Final Portrait. [U.S.]
CASTANG, (EDITH) VIOLA. 1909-1979. Born in Leigh on Sea, Essex; died in New York.
CAVERLY, BARBARA A(NNE). 1928- . (Correcting birth date.)
CLARKE, T(HOMAS) KINGSTON. 1862- .
COLBURN, LAURA. Ian (Douglas) McMahan, 1940- .
COOKSON, (JAMES) GATHORNE. 1912-1983.
Night Frost. [Bahamas]
DAVIDSON, HUGH COLEMAN
The Story of a Lost Soul. Simpkin, 1896
DAWES, RICHARD W. 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
DAWLEY, J. SEARLE. 1877-1949.
DAY, MARLIS. 1942- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEAN, MAUREEN (KANE). 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEARBORN, DOROTHY. ca.1928- . Living in Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada.
DeBATE, BETTY (FINLEY). 1925- .
DEE, D(AVID) J. 1955- .
DE FORREST, BETTY. 1923- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEITZ, MILISSA. 1970- .
DEJONG, LINDA RENEE. 1942- .
DELACORTE, SHAWNA. Sharon K. Dennison, 1943- . (Correcting birth date.)
DELAMARE, GEORGE. 1886-1975.
DE MAR, PAUL. Pearl (Beatrix) Foley, 1895-1953.
DEMAREST, JUDITH H. 1942(?)- .
DE MOSS, MARGUERITE. 1941- .
DENHAM, (WILLIAM) SIDNEY. 1906-1968.
DENHOLTZ, RONI (S.). 1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
DENNISON, SHARON K. 1943- . (Correcting birth date.)
DENT, ROXANEE (ELIZABETH). 1945- .
DE PIETRO, PETER. 1961- .
DEPIN, DANIEL M. 1975- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEPTULA, WALTER (J., JR.). 1934- .
DESCHAMPS, ROBERT (H.). 1928- .
DESMOND, SEAN (KENNETH). 1973- . (Correcting birth date.)
DE SOSA, LORRAINE P. (UDA). 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
DeSTEFANO, PAUL (J.). 1941- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEUTCSH, ARTHUR V. 1931- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEVENPORT, EMILY. 1957- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEVER, SEAN MICHAEL. 1966- . (Correcting birth date.)
DE VILLALLONGA, JOSE LUIS. 1920-2007.
DEVILLE, YVES. 1920-2007.
DEVORE, LEONARD. 1844-1922.
DE VRIES, LAURA LEE. 1950- . (Correcting birth date.)
DE WITT, BEN P(ATRICK). 1944- .
DEW, LINDSEY PHILLIP. 1953- .
DI BENEDETTO, LELIA. 1912- . Jules E. Harris, 1913- .
DIER, DEBRA [DEBRA DIER GOLDACKER]. 1954- . (Correcting birth date.)
DIETHER, JOHN W(ILLIAM). 1972- .
DIMICK, CHERYLLE LINDSEY. 1946- .
DINKEL, DONALD R. 1958- .
DIRGO, CRAIG (G.). 1959- .
DIXON, ALLEN. Anthony S(amuel?) Villaneuva, 1969(?)- .
DOCKENDORF, MARGO (J.). 1955- .
DOLAN, VERONICA (T.). 1929- .
DOMON, LUCILE (H.). 1946- . ROSE (E.) JEWETT, 1944- . (Correcting birth dates.)
DONNELL, GORDON (ROBERT). 1945- .
DONOHUE, H(AROLD) E(DWARD) F(RANCIS). 1924- . (Correcting dates.)
Scarlet Sinners: Stories of Notorious Criminals and Crimes. (Subtitle correction.)
DONOVAN, MICHAEL. (Henry) Keith Ferrell, 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
DORER, NANCY (JANE). 1933- .
DOSTER, PAUL W. 1934- . (Correcting birth date.)
DOUGHERTY, KATHLEEN (LEONA). 1952- .
DOYLE, T(HOMAS) J. 1930- .
DOYLE, THOMAS J. 1930- .
DRAKE, LEE. Worked four years for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. After serving as a management consultant to police departments and sheriff offices for seven more years, he returned to South Dakota where he spent his boyhood years. SC: Gideon Pike, in the book below and subsequent post-2000 novel(s).
Hiding Gideon Pike. iUniverse, pb, 2000. Setting: South Dakota. “Famed Los Angeles detective Gideon Pike [engages] in a deadly and intrigue-filled game of cat and mouse with national drug king pin Jimmy O’Bannon.”
Burn All Your Bridges. Macdonald, 1977 [Malaysia]
DREXLER, JAMES A(LLEN). 1948- .
DRIESSEN, JOSEPH E. 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
DRIVER, JOHN (M.). 1947- .
DRUCE, C(LIFFORD) J(OHN). 1886- . Add as a new author entry.
The Ridgeway. Hale, UK, hc, 1957.
DUBURKE, RANDY. 1962- . (Correcting birth date.)
DUDOWICZ, EDWARD (THOMAS). 1922- . Add middle name and correct year of birth. Playwright and author of one book included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
The Thirty-Second Floor. Woodlands, CA: Decade Press, pb, 1980. “She had become a prisoner in her own apartment. First the attempted rape, and then ... was the danger real, or just in her mind? Everyone becomes suspect, including herself.”
DUFF, WILLIAM (JOEL). 1953- . Add middle name and year of birth. Air Force intelligence analyst living in Tempe, Arizona; author of one book included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
Heads or Tails, You Die. Pittsburgh, PA: Sterling House, pb, 1999. “Detective Sergeant Clyde Hayden, a member of the Homicide Division of the Phoenix Police Department, struggles with personal demons as his career threatens to destroy his marriage.”
DUNN, TERRENCE E. 1961- .
DWORMAN, BRENDA JOYCE. 1957- .
DZAGOYAN, RENE. 1948- .
EACHUS, IRV(ING A.). 1946- .
EARWOOD, L(EON EUGENE). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
ECKHARDT, DONALD KENT. 1942- .
EDICK, GRANT (ALLEN). 1954- . (Correcting birth date.)
EDQVIST, DAGMAR. 1903-2000.
EDWARDS, CHRISSIE. ca.1948- .
EDWARDS, DWIGHT M. 1948- .
EDWARDS, MATTHEW. Pseudonym of Edward F. Jellison, 1961- .
EDWARDS, WALTER T(HOMAS), M.D. 1924- .
EHRENFELD, DAVID W(ILLIAM). 1938- . (Correcting birth date.)
EISENSTADT, MELVIN M. 1931- .
ELDRIDGE, MARK. 1932(?)- .
ELDRIDGE, RUBY. Ruby Eldridge Stewart, 1930(?)- .
ELIOT, WINSLOW. 1956- .
ELLINGSON, CARETH (C.). 1933- .
ELLIOTT, JAN(ET) B. 1947- .
ELLIOTT, W(ILLIAM?) GERALD. 1907(?)- .
ELLIS, LAURIE [LORRAINE WATT ELLIS]. 1947- . SC: Craige McCall, in “Shadow Dances” and subsequent novels.
ELLIS, RHIAN (M.). 1968- .
ELLIS, TOM [THOMAS MURRAY ELLIS]. 1952- .
ELLIS, WALTER (M.). 1943-2004.
ELM, JOANNA (E.). 1949- .
EMBRACK, RAYMOND (E.). 1959- . (Correcting birth date.)
EMBURG, KATE [KATHRYN HOHENBERGER EMBURG]. 1959- . (Correcting spelling of last name.)
EMMERTON, ANTON. 1937- .
ENDICOTT, ROBERT T(HEODORE). 1931- .
ENGELHARDT, ALICIA. 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
ENGLAND, TERRY (D.). 1948- .
ERHARDT, JEAN D(ENISE). 1954- . (Correcting birth date.)
ERIKSON, PAUL. Paul B. Paalborg, 1924-2006.
ESTABROOK, (THOMAS) BARRY. 1952- .
ESTES, ROSE. 1940- .
ESTOW, DANIEL (B.). 1946- .
ETZIG, R(OGER) D. 1940- .
EUBANK, JUDITH (E.). 1939-1997.
EUGENIDES, JEFFREY (KENT). 1960- .
EVANS, BOB [ROBERT JOHN EVANS]. 1917- . Velna (Adams) Evans, 1920- . (Correcting birth date.)
EVANS, ERIC C(HARLES). 1965- .
EVANS, GARY (W.). 1940- .
EVANS, HARRIS. Kay Harris Evans [Kathryn Harris Evans], 1906-2007.
EVANS, KAY HARRIS [KATHRYN HARRIS EVANS]. 1906-2007.
EVANS, VELNA (ADAMS). 1920- . (Correcting birth date.)
EVANS, WARREN M(ICHAEL). 1923-2005.
EVERITT, MARJORIE (LORRAINE). 1930- . (Correcting birth date.)
FABER, MICHAEL. 1960- . Born in Holland but raised in Australia.
FABIO. Full name is FABIO LANZONI, 1959- .
FAIN, TERRY. 1947- .
FARMER, JERRILYN (SUSAN). 1950- .
FARNOL, (JOHN) JEFFERY. SC: George Potter, in both titles below.
The Lonely Road. Delete the dash.
Sir John Dering. Delete the dash.
FARRELL, GILLIAN B. [GILLIAN FARRELL BEINHART]. 1951- .
FARRELLY, RITA K. 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
FARROW, DAVID A(SHBY). 1962- .
FAUST, RON(ALD T.). (Giving name more fully.)
FAWCETTE, STEVE(N L.). 1956- .
FEIN, DANIEL M. 1981- . (Correcting birth date.)
FEINSOD, ETHAN (L.). 1944- . (Correcting birth date.)
FERNALD, PAUL F(RANK). 1940- .
FERRARELLA, MARIE. 1948- .
FERRELL, (HENRY) KEITH. 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
FERRETTI, JAMES. 1961- .
FERRIS, ROSE MARIE. 1938- .
FIDLER, MARK T(HOMAS). 1955- .
FIEDLER, JACQUELINE (N.). 1949- .
FIELDS, BERTRAM. 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
FILBRUN, J(OHN) S.
Gemini Rising. Add [Texas]
FILLER, JERRY [GERALD LEE FILLER]. 1951- .
FINGER, GERRIE F. [GERALDINE E. FERRIS FINGER]. 1942- .
FINN, JOAN LOCKWOOD. 1929-2001.
FISCHMANN, RUEL EDWARD. 1939- .
FISH, ROY L(EE). 1932-2005. (Correcting birth date, adding death date.)
FISHER, JACOB. Sabine W. Wood, ca.1863- .
FISHER, MICHAEL (R.).
The Nightmare Man. Film: Isambard, 1999 (scw: Michael Fisher; dir: Jim Kaufman)
FISHMAN, HAL. 1931-2007.
FITRELL, STUART J(AMES). 1939- .
FITZMAURICE, EUGENE (M.). 1944- .
FITZPATRICK, THOMAS K. 1942(?)- .
FITZWATER, JUDY. 1948- .
FIX, (LINDA) MIRANDA. 1960- .
FLAGG, JONAS. Pseudonym of Paul Glen Neuman, 1950- , q.v.
FLANDER, SCOTT. 1953- .
FLANIGAN, RON(ALD J.). 1933- .
FLEMING, HELEN PARR. 1916-2000.
FLETCHER, JAMES D. 1943- .
FLOWERS, R(ONALD) BARRI. 1956- . (Correcting birth date.)
FLYNN, LOUIS. ca.1921- .
FLYNN, VINCE(NT J.). 1966- .
FOGARTY, THOMAS A. 1949- .
FOGELMAN, BEA(TRICE MILDRED). (Giving name in full.)
FOGLIA, LEONARD A. 1954- .
FOLEY, GAELEN. 1968- . (Correcting birth year.)
FOLEY, PAUL J. 1956- . (Correcting birth year.)
FOLEY, PEARL (BEATRIX). 1895-1953.
FOLEY, TOM [THOMAS C. FOLEY]. 1941- .
FOLINO, JOE [JOSEPH J. FOLINO]. 1927- .
FORESTAL, SEAN. 1939- .
FORREST, A(LFRED) E(DGAR). 1863-1948.
FOSTER, B. J. Pseudonym of Jean Foster Shoemaker, 1939- .
FOSTER, LEE E. 1961- .
FOSTER, ROBERT (JAMES). 1929-2006.
FOWLER, PETER (HUGH). 1931- .
FOX, CHARLES S. 1947- .
FOX, MICHAEL G(ERARD). 1935- . (Correcting birth date.)
FRALEY, (JIMMY) CRAIG. 1962- . (Correcting birth date.)
FRALEY, LAURA (MARIE). 1957- .
FRANCIS, EMILY. Joint pseudonym of Emily S. Artz, 1942- , q.v. and Fran Pokras Yariv. Under this pen name the co-authors of one book included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
Elena. Leisure, pb, 1977. Setting: Greece.
FRANK, SUZANNE. 1967- .
FRANKLIN, JO. ca.1946- .
FRANKOS, LAURA [LAURA FRANKOS TURTLEDOVE]. 1960- .
FRANKS, THETTA Q(UAY). ca.1867- .
FRASE, H(ERBERT) MICHAEL. 1950- .
FRASH, BILL [WILLIAM MOURIS FRASH]. 1915-2006.
FREADHOFF, CHUCK [CHARLES]. 1948- .
FREE, COLIN (LEWIS). 1925-1996.
Ironbark. Eyre, 1976 [Australia, 1862]
FREEDMAN, J(ERROLD) F(RANK). 1941- .
FREEL, PAUL E(RIC). 1957- .
FREIND, STEPHEN F(RANCIS). 1944- .
FREUND, E(DWARD) F. 1963- .
FREUNDLICH, JEFFREY. 1952- .
FRIEDER, PAT(RICIA). 1942- .
FRIEDMAN, LISA K. 1960- .
FRISSELL, WILLIAM DONALD. 1916- . (Correcting birth date.)
FRITH, MICHAEL K. 1941- .
FRIZELL, BERNARD. 1913- .
FROEDE, GORDON L(UDWIG). 1932- .
FROSCHER, JON (A.). 1939- .
FROST, JOAN VAN EVERY. 1929- .
FROST, KENNETH D.
The Yankee Samurai. Vantage, 1987
FULLER, ELIZABETH. 1946- .
FULLER, GARY J. 1941- . (Correcting birth date.)
FULLER, JAMES. Clark F. Sergel, 1920-1977.
GABORIAU, EMILE. Note: For the remaining books in the Tip Top Detective Tales series, see the Mystery*File website for many more details, including cover images of most.
For Glittering Gold! Aldine (Tip Top Detective Tales #4). Setting: Far East, Paris.
GABRIEL, KRISTIN. 1966- . (Correcting birth date.)
Bullets Over Boise. TV movie: Alliance Atlantis, 1998, as Recipe for Revenge (scw: Jennifer Black, Peter Lauterman; dir: Stacey Stewart Curtis)
GACY, LINDA M. 1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
GADBOIS, BRUCE H. 1950- .
GADDY, EVE. 1954- .
GAGNON, MAURICE. 1912-1999.
GALAMBOS, GABE [GABOR S. GALAMBOS]. 1954- . (Correcting birth date.)
GALLAGHER, PATRICIA. Pseudonym of P(auline C.) B(ienek) Gallagher, 1917- , q.v. Under this pen name, the author of over 15 novels, seven of which are included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. Most of these apparently fall in the romantic suspense category.
GALLAGHER, P(AULINE C.) B(IENEK). 1917- . Born in Texas, where she still lives. Note that Bienek is the author’s maiden name. Pseudonym: Patricia Gallagher, q.v. Under her own name, the author of one suspense novel included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
Long Night. Zebra, pb, 1979.
GALLOWAY, JACK (HENRY). 1930- . Add middle name. Author of one novel marginally included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
-The Toothache Tree. St. Martin’s, hc, 1989. The tale of “the unlikely camaraderie that develops between a kidnapper and his wealthy, teenaged captive.”
GALT, FRITZ [FREDERICK M. GALT]. 1958- .
GAMBINO, DENIS (M.). 1962- .
GAMBINO, HENRY J. 1939- .
GAMBLE, GOEFFREY P(AUL). 1963- .
GARDENHIRE, DARLENE MARIE. 1951- .
GARDNER, PHILLIP M. 1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
GARDNER, WILLIAM (D.). 1940- .
GARIS, CLEO F(AUSTA) [CLEO FAUSTA GARIS CLANCY). 1905-1998.
GARLAND, KIT [KATHERINE MANNING GARLAND]. 1961- . Living in Plainfield, Illinois.
GARLAND, RUFUS CUMMINS. 1867-1900.
GARNER, CRAIG C. 1942- . (Correcting birth date.)
GARNETT, GRIFFIN T. (JR.). 1914-2007.
GARRETT, SIBYLLE. 1951- .
GARRIGUES, EDUARDO. 1944- .
GARRITY, TRACY [TRACY GARRITY RASMUSSEN]. 1958- . (Correcting birth date.)
GASNER, BEVERLEY (B.). 1930- .
GATES, JOHN (DAVID). 1946- .
GATHJE, CURTIS (STEPHEN). 1950- .
GAY, THOMAS. 1905-2001. Pseudonym of T. E. Waterfield?
GEER, ANDREW (CLARE). 1905-1957.
-Canton Barrier. Harper, 1956. British title: Canton Airlift. Collins, 1957 [China, ca.1949]
GEER, GALEN L. 1949- .
GELIEN, MODENA (F.). 1908- . (Correcting birth date.)
GELLER, STEPHEN (DAVID). 1940- .
GENANDT, JUDY [JUDITH A. GENANDT]. 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
GENUA, VINCE(NT). 1933- .
GENUNG, JUDSON (W.). ca.1904- . Graduated from Cornell University in 1926.
GERSDORF, A(NGELA) G. 1965- . (Correcting birth date.)
GESSLER, DICK [RICHARD J. GESSLER]. 1927-1996.
GIAN, VICTOR GERARD. 1962- .
GIBBS, ANGELICA [ANGELICA GIBBS CANFIELD]. 1908(?)-1955(?).
GIBBS, CHRISTOPHER C. 1945- .
GIFT, THEODORE. Dora Henrietta Havers Boulger. (Correcting middle name.)
GILBOY, PETER (DAVID). 1947- .
GILL, JOSEPHINE (PAULINE ECKERT). 1921-2006.
GILLESPIE, RON(ALD). 1942- .
GILPATRICK, NOREEN [NOREEN GILPATRICK SMITH]. 1935- . (Correcting birth date.)
GIOVINAZZO, BUDDY. Birth name: Carmine Giovinazzo.
GIRDNER, JAQUELINE. 1950- .
GIROUX, NAOMI (E.). 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
GLENN, ROY (ALLEN). 1949- .
GLOVSKY, JARED. 1972- . (Correcting birth date.)
GODDARD, PETER (DARWIN). 1943- . Born in Toronto; pianist turned journalist.
GOLDBERG, A(BRAHAM) ALBERT. 1919-2004.
GOLDFORD, DENNIS JOEL. 1948- . (Correcting birth year.)
GOLDSBY, ARTHUR KENNETH. 1929- .
GOLUB, AARON RICHARD. 1942- .
GOOLSBY, (CLARENCE TOL)BERT (JR.). Giving first name in full.
GORDIN, STEPHEN J. 1946- .
GORDON, ANITA CAROL. 1947- .
GORDON, IAN. 1914-1986.
GORDON, LAURA. Laura Lee De Vries, 1950- . (Correcting birth date.)
GORNALL, EDGAR A(LLAN). 1896- .
-Retribution: The Adventures of a Dope Dealer. [Australia]
GOSS, HERBERT I(RVINE). 1857-1920.
GOSS, SUSAN WILLS. 1948- . Born in Melbourne, Australia.
GOTERA, VINCE [VICENTE FERRER GOTERA]. 1952- .
GOULD, HEYWOOD (OLIVER). 1942- . (Correcting birth date.)
GOULD, WILL. 1911-1984.
GOULART, RON(ALD JOSEPH). Delete reference to Marshall Macao.
GOULET, JOEL (DOUGLAS).1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRADY, ERIN [ERIN R. GRADY ALCARAZ]. 1963- .
GRADY, P. J. Phillis Jo Liebson, 1945- .
GRAEME, KEITH. Pseudonym of Graeme K. Talboys, 1953- .
GRAHAM, BARRY. Delete entry (the book “How Do You Like Your Blue-Eyed Boy” was not published; the putative publisher, Incommunicado, went belly up before it could get the book out.).
GRAHAM, CARROLL. -1948.
GRANATO, CRAIG (L.). 1967- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRANDINETTI, DEBRA (LYNN). 1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Serpent Stirs. [London]
GRANT, STEVEN. 1953- .
GRAUMAN, WALTER E(LIOTT). 1922- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRAVES, FRANK. Born in South Africa; later went to Scotland and then to England.
African Chess. [South Africa]
GRAY, DANIEL SAVAGE. 1944-1993.
GRAY, KEITH P(ARNELL). 1958- . (Correcting birth date.)
GREEN, CHALMERS (W.?). 1921(?)-1995(?).
GREEN, CHLOE. Suzanne Frank, 1967- .
GREEN, JAMES. 1929- . Linda (Grace Cross) Green, 1938- .
My Turn Now. Delete; not criminous.
GREEN, LINDA (GRACE CROSS). 1938- .
GREEN, NICHOLAS. SC: Rod Jackson, in both titles.
GREEN, NINA. SC: Darcy West, in “Dark Star” and subsequent novel(s).
-Commando Escape. [France]
GREEN, TIMOTHY. 1953- .
Twilight Boy. Northland (Arizona), 1997 [New Mexico}
GREENBERG, DAN(IEL). (Giving first name in full.)
Fox Hunt. [England, 1800s]
GREENE, MARILYN. 1949- .
Death on Gower. Add [France]
GREENLEAF, JEANNE M. 1922-1997. (Deleting question mark from death date.)
GREENWOOD, M(ELISSA) E. (Giving first name in full.)
GRETH, LeROMA. 1925- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRETH, ROMA. 1925- . (Correcting birth date.)
Kill Now–Pay Later. SC: Supt Gary Bull, Insp. Bert Whitelaw
GRIFFEY, W(ILLIAM) H(OLLIS). 1914-1989.
GRIFFITHS, ELLA. 1926-1990.
GRIMES, TERRIS McMAHAN. 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRISANTI, MARY LEE. 1954- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRISMAN, ARNOLD (ELLIS). 1920- .
GROELL, ANNE LESLEY. 1966- .
GROSSO, SONNY [SALVATORE]. 1930- .
GROTE, JoANN A. 1951- .
GRUPPE, HENRY (E.). 1929- .
GRUSON, LINDSEY (D.). 1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
GUERNSEY, PAUL (V.). 1955- .
GUEST, JAMES W. 1913-1997.
GUIVER, PATRICIA (R.). 1925- .
GULA, EDWARD. 1918-1998.
GUNARATNE, MAHASARA. SC: Uncle Arthur, in listed title (“Uncle Arthur”), and subsequent novel(s).
GUNN, VIRGINIA S.
The Wayward Season. [London]
GUNN, W(ALTER) H(OWARD). 1921-2006.
GUNSON, DAVE. 1948- .
GUNTNER, JOHN (W.). 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
GUNTON, ERIC. 1911-199?
Trouble Ahead. [England]
GUNTRUM, SUZANNE SIMMONS. 1946- . Pseudonym: Suzanne Simmons, q.v.
GUST, MARY J. 1950- .
GUSTAFSON, CHARLES E. 1923- .
GWYNNE, AGNES M. 1862-1935.
The Mystery of Lakeside House. [Australia]
HABERSHAM, ELIZABETH. Elizabeth Shannon Harper, 1937- .
HACKETT, WALTER (C.). 1876-1944. Add middle initial. Born in California; husband of actress Marion Lorne. Noted playwright, many of whose works are criminous, many of them made into films, both silent and sound. The link leads to a review of the play London After Dark, written by Walter Hackett and starring Miss Lorne.
Sorry You’ve Been Troubled. Readers Library, UK, hc, 1930. Novelization of play written by Hackett and later published by French in 1931. Film: B&D Paramount, 1932; also released as Life Goes On (dir: Jack Raymond). Add note: The novelization was actually written by Ruth Alexander (Rogers), 1879-1958, q.v., though she was not credited.
HAGAN, ARTHUR P. Delete the dates.
HAGER, FRANCES S(UE). 1927-2005.
HAGER, SUE. Frances S(ue) Hager, 1927-2005.
HAGMAN, BETTE (B.). 1922- .
HALEGUA, LILLIAN. 1927- .
HALFORD, RUSS [JAMES R. HALFORD]. 1922-2005.
HALL, LOUISE D. 1920-2006.
HALL, MALINDA (MARIE). 1950- .
HALL, PAUL L(OUIS). 1948- .
HALLBERG, (CARL) WILLIAM. 1947- . (Correcting birth date.)
HALLER, BOB [ROBERT T. HALLER]. 1930- .
HALOCHE, LAURENCE. 1966- .
HALPERN, JAY. 1951- .
HALVORSON, ALDWIN (T.). 1941- .
HAMBLETT, CHARLES. 1919-1975.
HAMDAMI, ASMA. 1946- .
HAMMERSLEY, RICHARD (W.). 1948- .
HANLON, SEAN (R.). 1952- .
HANNER, MARY L(UNDHOLM). ca.1944- .
HANSEN, B(RENDA) J(O). 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
HANSEN, RICHARD EARL. 1923- . (Correcting birth date.)
HANSEN, VINNIE (JEANNE). 1954- .
HANSON, H(OWARD) P. 1950- .
HARDY, ALICE LOUISE. 1926- .
HARPER, BEVERLEY. -2002.
Echo of an Angry God. Pan (Australia). 1998 [Africa]
HARPER, ELIZABETH SHANNON. 1937- .
HARRIS, JULES E. 1913- .
HARRIS, MAC SHERMAN. 1943- .
HARRISON, JANIS (A.). 1951- .
HARSTAD, DONALD (LOREN). 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
HART, DEBBIE [DEBORAH] LYNN. 1971- . (Correcting birth date.)
HART, NICOLE. Rosina F. Rue, 1952- .
HARTER, WALTER L. 1909(?)-1989(?).
HARTY, STACY (ANNE). 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
HARTZMARK, GINI. 1958- .
The Bannerman Affair. [U.S., Middle East] (Delete the dash.)
The Holtzmann Plague. [Washington D.C.]
HASKELL, OWEN (J.). 1940- . (Correcting birth date.)
HAUGERUD, NEIL (E.). 1917- .
Legs of the Spider. [Berlin, 1945]
HAY, JULIUS. 1900-1975.
HAYES, ROY. 1936- .
HAYNE, M(ARY JENNIFER)
Don’t Look Now. Correct publisher to: Echidna
HAYNES, (MARY) NELMA. 1906-2005.
HAZARD, BARBARA. 1931- .
HEALEY, DAVID. 1967- . (Correcting birth date.)
HEALY, R. AUSTIN
The Ninth Race. [Saratoga, New York]
HEATH, LAYNE C(OLSTON). 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
HEATH, W(ILLIAM) L(EDBETTER). 1924-2007.
HEAVEN, LOUIS PALMER
-An Idol of Bronze. [Mexico]
HECK, PETER J(EWELL). 1941- .
HEGWOOD, (THOMAS) MARTIN. 1951- .
HEGGAN, CHRISTIANE. 1938- .
HEIKKINEN, ROBERT S(TEVEN). 1955- .
HELEY, PETE(R. MARBLE). 1948- .
HELMBERGER, PETER (G.). 1933- .
HELMORE, THOMAS [TOM]. 1904-1995.
HELMS, RICHARD (WARREN). 1955- .
HELSBY, ARNOLD. 1908-1981.
HEMINGWAY, HILARY (HANCOCK). 1961- .
HEMMINGER, JOHN. 1916-2003.
HEMPSTEAD, JUNIUS L(ACKLAND). 1842-1920.
HENDERSHOT, CYNTHIA (H.). 1939- .
HENDRICKSEN, LOUISE. 1923- .
HENISSART, MARTHA. 1929- .
HENN, HENRY. 1927- .
HEPPS, S(ANFORD) ALAN. 1931- .
Chocolate Mousse. British title: The Irish Widow. Piatkus, 1991
HERMES, MARGARET (ROSE). 1949- .
HERON, ECHO (RUAH). 1947- .
HERRICK, MARIAN J. J(ohn) Trumbull Rogers, 1939- .
HERRING, PETER C(ONOVER). 1941- .
HERRON, RUSSELL R. 1958- .
HERTER, LORI [LORETTA M. HERTER]. 1947- .
HETZER, MICHAEL (J.). 1959- .
HEWITT, EDWARD. SC: Emma Weston, in “Latent Vision” and subsequent novels.
HEYMANN, JODY C. 1912- . (Correcting birth date.)
HICKINS, MICHAEL E(RNST). 1961- .
HILGARTNER, (ELIZA)BETH. 1957- . (Correcting birth date.)
HILL, DAVID CAMPBELL. 1951- .
HOADE, SEAN (ANTHONY). 1951- . (Correcting birth date.)
HOFFE, ARTHUR (ABEL). 1920-2007.
HOFFMAN, BLAIR (WILBUR). 1949- .
HOGSTRAND, OLLE (EDVARD). 1933-1994.
HOLBROOK, TERI. 1959- .
HOLICKER, CHARLOTTE. Delete entry (book apparently never published).
HOLLAND, REBECCA. Pseudonym of Ruby Horansky, 1930- , q.v. Under this pen name, the author of two mystery novels included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
Danger on Cue. Raven House, US, pb, 1980. Setting: Connecticut; summer stock theatre. “Acting is a cruel business – and sometimes a deadly one!”
Shadows on the Bay. Popular Library, pb, 1977. Setting: Maryland. [A gothic romance.]
HOLLANDER, LESLIE. Dianne Neral (Ell), 1949- .
HOLLEMAN, JANE [JANIE HOLLEMAN LANE]. 1954- .
HOLLINGSWORTH, GERELYN [GERELYN HOLLINGSWORTH WEIL]. 1941- . (Correcting birth date.)
HOLLYOCK, DULCIE (IONA). 1914-2004.
HOLMES, DARRELL FORSYTHE, JR. 1927(?)-1977(?).
HOLMES, GUY (W.). 1965- .
HOLT, TATE. 1954- .
HOLTON, W(INFRED) B. “BUD”. (Giving first name in full.)
HONEYCUTT, LEO (BAXTER). 1932- .
HOOVER, EDWIN HUNT. 1887- .
HOOVER, SARANNE. 1941- .
HOPKINS, ROLAND (G., SR.). 1936- .
HORANSKY, RUBY. 1930- . Add year of birth; living in New York City. Pseudonym: Rebecca Holland, q.v. Under her own name, the author of two mystery novels included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. Series character and setting in each: Nikki Trakos, an attractive, 30-year-old six-foot police detective in Brooklyn NY.
Dead Ahead. Scribner, US, hc, 1990. Piatkus, UK, hc, 1992. “... her chauvinistic chief gives Trakos three days to find the killer of a middle-aged loser shot to death in a desolate section of Brooklyn.”
HORNE, VIVIAN (D.) 1941- . Add middle initial and correction of birth date. Graduated from California State University at Domiguez Hills; lives in Pasadena, California. Author of one crime novel included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
When the Snowman Melts. Xlibris, pb, 1999. Setting: San Francisco CA. Prosperous black attorney Marcus Garvey Walker and his wife Elizabeth, a TV news anchor, “seem to have it all until AIDS, murder and a detective named Macbeth Chen step in.”
Children! Children! New York: French, pb, 1970. [2-act play.] [The Broadway production opened March 7th, 1972, and closed after only one performance.] Add film: Hemdale, 1986, as Twisted (scw: Glenn Kershaw, Bruce Graham; dir: Adam Holender). Movie description: “A psychotic young adolescent [...] torments his new baby-sitter with electronics, swords and mind games.”
HORTON, JOHN (RYDER). 1920-2007. A CIA senior executive in the directorate of operations who became chief of the Soviet bloc division. In retirement, he wrote three espionage novels listed in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV and started a small vineyard in southern Maryland. Series character & setting in all three books: CIA agent Ted Oliver; Mexico City, Mexico. See below:
A Black Legend. Ivy, pb, 1989. [Oliver is the prime suspect in the death of a terrorist and must find the real killer before the dead man’s friends find him.]
The Hotel at Tarasco. Ivy, pb, 1987. [Oliver is the intermediary between the home office and a bitter ex-colleague who claims to have information he says is critical.]
The Return of Inocencio Brown. Ivy, pb, 1991. [Oliver is assigned mopping-up duties when a Mexican informant is assassinated.]
Bloody Silks. Knightsbridge, pb, 1990. Setting: Los Angeles, CA.
Dead Heat. Knightsbridge, pb, 1990.
HOSKINS, BERTHA LADD. 1865- . Add year of birth; death date not known. Born in Providence RI; later a physician living in Brookline MA. Author of one novel included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV.
The Double Fortune. New York: Neale, hc, 1909. “A splendid and dramatic tale of travel and adventure, of absorbing mystery and strange experiences...”
HOUSEN, MARTHA (E.) 1928- . Add middle initial and confirmed birth date. Author of one mystery novel included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
Murder in the Sunshine. iUniverse, pb, 1999. Setting: Albuquerque, NM; theatre. [Millie and Andy Milliken lease a theater harboring a deep, dark secret from its vaudeville/silent movie days. ]
HOVEY, DEAN L. 1952- . Add year of birth. Author of one mystery novel included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV, plus one sequel published post-2000.
Where Evil Hides. Minnesota: j-Press, pb, 2000. Setting: Minnesota. “Somewhere in rural Pine County Minnesota, a man of evil hides by day and stalks his victims at night. Undersheriff Dan Williams and his deputies use every investigative technique, yet the man seems to be invisible.”
Friends, Russians, and Countrymen. St. Martin’s, hc, 1988. Allen, UK, hc, 1990. Setting: New York City, NY. “Flamboyant counterspy Edward Stuart [...] must flush out a Soviet spy from among the upper levels of the U.S. nuclear strategy council.”
War Toys. Stein, hc, 1983. Setting: Paris. “He knows who set him up. And they know he knows... A thrilling CIA double-cross.”
HOWARD, JOELY (A.) 1969- . Add middle initial and year of birth. Author of one romantic suspense novel included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below:
Rewarding Pursuits. iUniverse, pb, 2000. Setting: Seattle WA.
Invitation to Paradise. Coward-McCann, hc, 1974. Add: Cassell, UK, hc, 1974. Setting: Mediterranean Island.
HOWES, BETH. [ELIZABETH K. HOWES]. 1920-2002. (Show byline as just Beth Howes, a correction from Beth M. F. Howes.).
HOXIE, WALTER PALMER. 1860- .
HOYT, TAMARA L(EA). 1959- .
HRIBAL, C(LAUDE) J. (Giving first name in full.)
HRON, TOM [THOMAS G. HRON]. 1943- . (Correcting birth date.)
HRUBAN, PAUL (J.). 1956- .
HUBBELL, WALTER. 1851-1932(?).
HUBERMAN, CARL. 1938(?)- .
HUBNER, CHAYA KORB.
The Stolen Scroll and other stories. ss: The Case of Rabbi X \ The Stolen Scroll \ The Third Brick
HUBNER, JOHN (S.). 1944- . (Correcting birth date.)
HUDSON, JULIAN. 1947(?)- .
Black Alert at Gonzo Station. Add U.S. edition: Author House pb, 2007 [ship]
HUEY, J(ACQUELINE) F(AYE). 1966- .
HUFFMAN, MARLYS (BRADLEY). 1930- .
HUMES, EDWARD. 1957- .
HUMPHREYS, RAY. 1893-1973.
HUNT, MARY VINCENT. 1913- .
HURLBA, ALTON. Walter Palmer Hoxie, 1860- .
HURST, JIM [JAMES KNOX HURST].
HYDE, ELEANOR (M.). 1932- .
HYMAN, (VERNON) TOM. 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
HYNES, ANGELA (M.). 1948- .
HYSON, DICK [RICHARD TERRY HYSON]. 1936- .
Murder Makes Me Laugh. [London]
JELLISON, EDWARD F. 1961- .
JEWETT, ROSE (E.). 1944- . (Correcting birth date.)
JOSEPH, GEORGE (ISRAEL)
When the Rainbow is Pale. Delete; not criminous.
KEMPOWSKI, WALTER. 1929-2007.
Buckingham Blowout. (Correction: by Paul Glen Neuman, 1950- .)
China Bloodhunt. (Correction: by Paul Glen Neuman, 1950- .)
KINCAID, D. Bertram Fields, 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
KINSLEY, PETER. 1934- .
KIRKWOOD, KATHLEEN. Anita Carol Gordon, 1947- .
Shades of the Past. [England, 1882]
North of Welfare. Correction: no series character (Sam Birge does not appear.)
LA BARRE, HARRIET. 1916- .
AK-47 Firefight. (Correction: by Paul Glen Neuman, 1950- .)
LANZONI, FABIO. 1959- . See: Fabio.
LEIGH, ROBERTA. Delete entry.
LEWIN, RITA SHULMAN. 1926- . Pseudonym: Rachel Lindsay, q.v.
LEWIS, COLIN. Colin (Lewis) Free, 1925-1996.
Acid Test. [Australia, Far East]
The Golden Grin. [London]
Hot Rain. [Singapore, Sydney]
LEWIS, FLORENCE JAY. Florence Lewis Speare, 1886-1965. (Correcting the dates.)
LIEBSON, PHILLIS JO. 1945- .
LINDSAY, JEFFRY P. Jeffrey Freundlich, 1952- .
LINDSAY, RACHEL. Pseudonym of Rita Shulman Lewin, 1926- . (Correction.)
LOCKE, DOUGLAS. William Donald Frissell, 1916- . (Correcting birth date.)
LUCSON, RHODA [RHODA LUCSON VISER]. 1934- . Joint pseudonym with Lon Viser, 1932-1994, and Yvonne Beltzer (Sweeney), 1944- : Valerie Shore, q.v.
Burning Secret. Delete; not criminous.
The Rape of Sun Lee Fong. Correction: Not written by Ron Goulart, 1933- , q.v.
MADIGAN, LEO. 1939- .
The Bank of Infinite Reserves. Summersdale (England), 1997 [Europe]
MANNION, JOHN B. 1931- .
MANSO, PETER. 1940- . (Correcting birth date.)
MASTERS, DOUG. Pseudonym of Pierre Rey, 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
MAY, JULIAN. 1931- . Ref: CA. Born in Chicago, she became a science fiction fan in her late teens; married SF anthologist Ted Dikty in 1952. Author of many SF and fantasy novels; among them are three with strong criminous components, including the ones marked (*) below, added since Crime Fiction IV. Asahel Frost in these latter two is described as a “wisecracking, spacefaring version of James Bond.” The Sagittarius Whorl, the third book in this Rampart Worlds trilogy was published in 2001.
-Jack the Bodiless. Knopf, hc, 1992. Collins, UK, 2002. Setting: the year 2051. A novel of “galactic-scale [political] intrigue.”
* Orion Arm. Del Rey, pb, US, 2000; Collins, UK, 1999. SC: Asahel Frost. Setting: Future; space.
MENEN, AUBREY. Salvator Aubrey Clarence Menon, 1912-1989. (Correcting death date.)
MENON, SALVATOR AUBREY CLARENCE. 1912-1989. (Correcting death date.)
MICHELAARD, B. Pseudonym of Arthur Kenneth Goldsby, 1929- .
MILLER, CLEVE (ARTHUR). 1940-2002.
Hawk. Fifth World (North Carolina), 1999 (37 pp.)
MILNE, A(LAN) A(LEXANDER)
A Table Near the Band. U.S. edition adds a noncriminous story, “Before the Flood,” originally titled “Forty Days and Forty Nights.” Original title of “The Prettiest Girl in the Room” was “Loved One,” that of “The Rise and Fall of Mortimer Scrivens” was “Offer Withdrawn,” and that of “The Three Dreams of Mr. Findlater” was “The Three Dreams.”
MORGAN, JASON. William Donald Frissell, 1916- . (Correcting birth date.)
A Knife for the Killer. [New York City]
MUEGGE, EVELYN GALE WICHMAN. 1942- .
NERAL, DIANNE [DIANNE NERAL ELL]. 1941- .
The Butler in Bohemia, with Oswald Barron. Drane, 1894
NEUMAN, PAUL GLEN. 1950- . Pseudonym: Jonas Flagg, q.v. See also: Alex Kilgore, John Lansing.
PAALBORG, PAUL B. 1924-2006.
PAWLE, LIAM. Add: Pseudonym of William Edward David Allen, 1901-1973, q.v. Under this pen name, the author of one crime novel included in the (Revised) Crime Fiction IV. See below.
Strange Coast. Lovat Dickson, UK, hc, 1936. Setting: Russia.
The Lurking Terror. [Kenya]
PHYSICK, EDWARD HAROLD. 1878-1972. Pseudonym: E(dward) H(arold) Visiak, q.v.
PINTO, LINA K. Pseudonym of Virginia A. Scott, 1948- .
The Angel and the Detective. Big Purr (Virginia), 1999
PREEDY, GEORGE R.
My Tattered Loving. Correct setting to: [London, 1600s]
-The Krakatoa Colt. (Title correction; adding the dash.)
PRUITT, DARRELL. 1941- .
-The Pact at Star’s Crossing. Denlinger’s, 2000
REY, PIERRE. 1930-2006. (Corrections; delete reference to Doug Masters.)
REY, PIERRE. 1945- . Pseudonym: Doug Masters, q.v.
RILEY, PATRICK. Born in England, the son of Irish parents; graduated from Manchester University in 1970, where he read medicine; latterly a medical consultant.
Serious Misconduct. [U.S.]
RITCHIE, HETTY. Living in Edinburgh.
Death Runs on Skis. [Scotland, Switzerland]
ROCHE, KAY. SC: Clifford and Camilla Blake, in both titles.
ROGERS, J(OHN) TRUMBULL. 1939- .
ROGERS, RUTH ALEXANDER. 1879-1958. Maiden name: Ruth Alexander, q.v.
ROSENBERG, JOHN. 1931-1991.
-The Double Darkness. Hodder, 1967 [England, 1937-1950s]
RUE, ROSINA F. 1952- .
RYCK, FRANCIS. Yves Deville, 1920-2007.
SCOTT, VIRGINIA A. 1948- . Pseudonym: Lina K. Pinto, q.v.
SENNOCKE, T. J. R. Apparently not a pseudonym of Thomas James Rudkin, but rather the byline of Thomas James Rudkin Sennocke.
Inquest on a Lady. 
SERGEL, CLARK F. 1920-1977.
SHERRIN, NED [EDWARD GEORGE SHERRIN]. 1931-2007.
SHOEMAKER, JEAN FOSTER. 1939- . Pseudonym: B. J. Foster, q.v.
SHORE, VALERIE. Joint pseudonym of Lon Viser, 1932-1994, Rhoda Lucson (Viser), 1934- , and Yvonne Beltzer (Sweeney), 1944- .
SIMMONS, SUZANNE. Pseudonym of Suzanne Simmons Guntrum, 1946- .
Lady’s Man. St. Martin’s pb, 1999
-You and No Other. Topaz, 1998 [London, 1879]
SMITH, FRANK A(LLEN). SC: Supt. Ian Pepper (adding first name.)
STAPYLTON, MARK (CHETWYND). Giving name in full.
STEWART, RUBY ELDRIDGE. 1930(?)- .
TALBOYS, GRAEME K. Pseudonym: Keith Graeme, q.v.
The Yellow Hibiscus. Also published as by George Goodchild: Ward, 1935
THWAITES, FREDERICK J(OSEPH)
-The Defender. Thwaites (Sydney), 1936; Quality (London), 1938
-Hell’s Doorway, Jackson (Sydney), 1932; Eyre (London), 1933 [Australia]
A Man of Destiny. Thwaites (Sydney), 1938; Quality (London), 1943
-A Mountain for Monique. Harcourt (London & Sydney), 1967 [Australia]
-Where Gods Are Vain. Jackson (Sydney), 1934; Quality (London), 1942
TUREAUD, A(NTHONY) R(OSCOE), 1933- , and M(ARTHA) L(OU) TUREAUD, 1934- .
Stars of Evil, Eyes of Hell. Dorrance pb, 2000
TUREAUD, M(ARTHA) L(OU). 1934- . See: A(nthony) R(oscoe) Tureaud, 1933- .
UNDERHILL, WILLIAM WALTER FRANK. 1914-1988. Pseudonym: Francis Duncan, q.v.
Blind Bondage. [ship]
VILLANUEVA, ANTHONY S(AMUEL?). 1969(?)- .
VISIAK, E(DWARD) H(AROLD). Pseudonym of Edward Harold Physick, 1878-1972.
WAINWRIGHT, JOHN (WILLIAM)
A Ripple of Murders. Add sc Chief Insp./Supt. Lennox, Supt. Sullivan, Supt/Chief Constable Sugden and Insp. Christopher Tallboys.
WALKEY, S(AMUEL). 1871-1953. (Correcting death date.)
WALLACE, (RICHARD HORATIO) EDGAR
Blue Hand. [London]
Sudden Death of the M. F. H. (Title correction; M. F. H. stands for Master of Foxhounds.)
WILLIAMS, J. ARTHUR. A writer “well known for his short stories and radio plays.”
The Sirens of Ming Hai. Verona (Virginia), 2000
WOOD, SABINE W. ca.1863- .
WRIGHT, T(ERENCE) M(ICHAEL)
Goodlow’s Ghosts. Add U.S. edition: Tor, 1993 [Boston]
YEOMEN, MARK. Born in the U.S., living in London in 1973.
The Inchabod Deception. Undercover (England), 1973 [Paris]
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