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


Addenda to the Revised Edition.

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ADLER, WARREN. 1927-2019. Died in Manhattan, New York. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)       

ALEXANDER, ROBERT WILLIAM. 1905-1979. (Correcting the death date of the author of six novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Joan Butler.)

ANONYMOUS. (Adding the setting of the 1916 novel in CFIV, and adding further titles.)
    Daughter of Satan. Newnes, 1936 [England] (by Barbara Heygate, q.v.)
    In the Year of Waiting. [Germany]
    -Leslie. Digby Long, 1891 (by Elinor Louisa Huddart, 1853-1902.)

ASIMOV, ISAAC. (Adding a British edition and a series character and a new title not in CFIV.)
    The Disappearing Man and other stories. Walker, 1985 ss (all with SC: Larry, all intended for younger readers): The Christmas Solution / The Disappearing Man / Lucky Seven / The Man in the Park / Twins
    The Key Word and other mysteries. Pan pb, 1982 (This British edition adds a story not in the U.S. edition: “The Disappearing Man”) SC in all stories: Larry

ASKWITH, MRS. HENRY [ELLEN GRAHAM ASKWITH]. 1864-1962. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Disinherited of the Earth. Rivers (London), 1908 [England]

AVELINE, CLAUDE. (Correcting the publication date of the original French edition of one title.)
    The Passenger on the U. (L’Abonne de la Ligne U. Paris, 1946.)

BEARE, PETER. Pseudonym of Major Russell Gurney, 1874-1952. (Adding the real name and dates of the author of the 1932 novel in CFIV and its setting .)
    Devil or Man? [England, 1916]

BLENEAU, ADELE. Pseudonym. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Nurse’s Story. Bobbs Merrill, 1915 [France] Silent film: United Pictures, 1919, as Adele (scw: Jack Cunningham; dir: Wallace Worsley)

BOGGS, SARA ELISABETH (SIEGRIST). 1843-1919. Died in San Diego, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1906 novel “-Sandpeep” in CFIV.)

BONETT, EMERY. (Adding the setting and film version of the 1944 novel in CFIV.)
    High Pavement. [England] Film: General Film, 1948, as My Sister and I (scw: Michael Medwin, A. R. Rawlinson, Joan Rees, Robert Westerby; dir: Harold Huth)

BRANDNER, GARY (PHIL). Pseudonym: Phil Garrison, q.v. (Adding a pseudonym for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)
 
BROWN, KATHARINE HOLLAND. 1876-1931. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -Uncertain Irene. Duffield, 1911

BUCHANAN, MARIE. Delete. (Wrongly identified in CFIV as the real name of the author who wrote as Clare Curzon and Rhona Petrie.)

BUTLER, JOAN. Robert William Alexander, 1905-1979; born and died in Dublin, Ireland. (Correcting the death date of the author of six novels in CFIV under the pseudonym, and adding the setting for one of them.)
    Home Run. [Florida]

CAIRNS, ALISON. Pseudonym of M(argaret) R(eed) D(uncan) Meek, 1918-2009. (Correcting the real name of the author of two 1980s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

CALAMAI, PETER. 1943-2019. Died in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. (Adding the death date and place for the co-author of the 1994 Sherlockian pastiche “A Case of Hide ‘n’ Tea” in CFIV.)

CAMERON, MRS. LOVETT [CAROLINE EMILY SHARP CAMERON]. 1844-1921. (Adding the dates of the author of four novels in CFIV, and adding a further title.)
    -Devil’s Apples. White, 1898

CARSON, BART. William Maconcachie, 1910-1993. (Adding the dates of the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

CHANTER, GRATIANA. (Adding the setting of an 1896 novel in CFIV.)
    The Witch of Withyford. [England]

CHAPIN, ANNA ALICE. (Adding a further title for the author of three novels in CFIV.)
    -The Under Trail. Little Brown, 1912; Putnam, 1912 [West Virginia]

COCKS, PAMELA P. Born Pamela Kay Pfaff in Guilford, North Carolina; married Franklin Hadley Cocks (now a materials scientist at Duke University) in 1966; living in Durham, North Carolina. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Dicey Thomas.)

CONWAY, PETER. Peter Claudius Gautier-Smith, 1929-2017. (Adding the death date of the author of numerous novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

COOK, WILLIAM EVERETT. 1921-1964. Western writer, identified in the copyright record as the author of the 1960 novel “Cargo Trouble” in CFIV under the pseudonym Paul Thomas. (Adding a byline not in CFIV.)

CRAIG, DORIN. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1916 novel ”Mist in the Valley” in CFIV.)

CREYTON, PAUL. Pseudonym of J(ohn) T(ownsend) Trowbridge, 1827-1916, q.v. (Adding a new byline not in CFIV.)
    -Kate the Accomplice; or, The Preacher and the Burglar. Star Spangled Banner, 1849
    -Lucy Dawson; or, The Bandits of the Prairie. Williams, 1850 [West]

CROWTHER, BRUCE (IAN). Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of five novels in CFIV under this name and nine under the pseudonym James Grant.)

CURTIS, ALICE TURNER. 1860-1958. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
-A Challenge to Adventure, by Mrs. Irving Curtis. Marshall Jones, 1919

CURZON, CLARE. Pseudonym of Eileen Marie Belderson Duell, 1922-2010. Died in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England. (Correcting the real name of the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

DAWE, G(WENDOLINE) L(ANYON). 1864-1936. Sister of (William) Carlton (Lanyon) Dawe, 1865-1935, q.v.; born in South Australia; died in London, England. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Way of the Transgressor. Ward Lock, 1909

DICKENS, MARY ANGELA. (Adding the setting of the 1893 novel in CFIV.)
    -A Mere Cypher. [England]

DOIDGE, EDWIN. 1856-1943. Born in Devon, England; newspaperman in New Zealand and then Australia from the 1880s; died in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -Father and Son. Remington, 1895 [New Zealand, Chile, San Francisco]

DUELL, EILEEN MARIE (BELDERSON). 1922-2010. (Adding the real name of the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonyms Clare Curzon and Rhona Petrie.)

ETCHISON, DENNIS (WILLIAM). 1943-2019. Died in Sherman Oaks, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV under this name and one, “Halloween II”, 1981, under the pseudonym Jack Martin.)

FAIRFAX, G. V. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Working-Day World; or, The Stronger Portion of Humanity. Digby, 1893

FISKE, SHARON. Pamela Hill, 1920-2016. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1997 novel “Widow’s Veil” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
FLUKE, JOANNE. Born Joanne Marie Gibson and first married Darrell Edward Fluke, divorced 1971; so her byline is a pseudonym of Joanne Fischmann from her first married name. (Adding biographical details for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

FLYNN, BRIAN. Pseudonym: Charles Wogan, q.v. (Adding the real name of the author of three novels in CFIV.)

FOLKARD, MARY HOWARD. 1854-1918. Pseudonym: Mary H. Tennyson. (Adding the real name and dates of the author of three titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

FRANCIS, CAROLINE. The author identity in CFIV (pseudonym of a secretary at Vacuum/Mobil Oil Company) can no longer be confirmed nor its source identified. (Adding updated information about the author of two 1936 novels in CFIV.)

FUBLER, ANSON. 1963-2015. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1996 novel “Genuine Love—The Conspiracy” in CFIV.)
 
FUCHS, LUCY [LUCILLE ANN FUCHS]. 1935-2018. Died in Brandon, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four novels in CFIV, and the setting of one of them)
    Dangerous Splendor. [Australia]

FULANI, DAN. Pseudonym of John Neville Hare, 1934-    . (Adding the real name and date for the author of 5 novels in CFIV, and adding a note on one of them.)
    Deafman No Hear. No trace of this book, listed in CFIV as published in 1983, can now be found.

FULK, DAVID (NEAL). (Adding the setting of the 1977 play in CFIV.)
    The Postman Spoke Sooth. [England]

FULLER, ALBERT CHARLES. 1903-1948. Born and died in Illinois. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the co-author with Jack Nelson and Clyde North of the 1931 play “Remote Control” in CFIV.)

FULLER, (WALTER) DEAN. 1922-2017. Died in East Haddam, Connecticut. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

FULLER, JOHN. Delete. (1965 book in CFIV, “Burke’s Law”, not published under this byline.)

FULLER, ROGER. (Correcting the byline of the British edition of the 1964 novel “Who Killed Beau Sparrow?” in CFIV.)
    Burke’s Law, as by Roger Fuller. Fontana, 1965

FULLINWIDER, SI(MON PENDLETON). 1933-2015. Died in New Bern, North Carolina. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1999 novel “Square Four: Inside the CIA” in CFIV.)
 
FURLONG, NICOLA. Born in Alberta, Canada; living in Sydney, British Columbia. (Adding biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

FURTNEY, DIANE (LOUISE). Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma; has a psychology degree from Vassar University; poet and ghostwriter; living in Chandler, Arizona. (Adding further biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym D. J. H. Jones.)

FURUTANI, DALE. Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

GABRIEL, H. WILHELM. “An established nonfiction writer”; management consultant and business writer; author of books like “How to Write for Money” (1965) “Twenty Steps to Power, Influence and Control Over People.” (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1961 novel “A Corpse for a Client” in CFIV.)

GACY, LINDA M. 1961-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 1993 novel in CFIV and adding its setting.)
    Life Without Rhyme. [Pennsylvania, hospital]

GAERLAN, CHOY S. Long-time counselor and writer and speaker on self-improvement. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel in CFIV and its setting.)
    The Mystery of the Empty House. [Philippines]

GAGE, NICHOLAS. Birth name: Nicholas Gatzoyiannis. (Adding the birth name of this author in CFIV for two titles.)

GAHAGAN, MARGUERITE. (Adding a note about the 1946 novel in CFIV.)
    Murder in Paradise. Serialized in numerous U.S. newspapers in 1941, so    a U.S. author? Several U.S. possibilities found: 1907-1997; 1886-1977; 1916-1987; a novel, “Love Happens Along,” was also published under this byline in the U.S. in 1939.

GAINES, CLARENCE BOLTON YORK. 1922-2014. Pseudonym (or preferred name): Colin Gaines, q.v. (Adding the full name of the author of the 1990 novel “Ashdown Summer” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GAINES, COLIN. Pseudonym (or preferred name) of Clarence Bolton York Gaines, 1922-2014. Born in Margrove Park, North Yorkshire, England; educated at Constantine College;  served in the Army in North Africa and Italy and thereafter in the occupation forces in Germany; later was a restauranteur in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, and then a general manager with the Trusthouse Forte Group; died in Northallerton.  (Adding the full name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1990 novel “Ashdown Summer” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
    Ashdown Summer. [England]

GAINES, ERNEST J(AMES). (Adding the movie version of the 1983 novel in CFIV.)
    A Gathering of Old Men. TV movie: CBS, 1987 (scw: Charles Fuller; dir: Volker Schlondorff)

GALAMBOS, GABE [GABOR S. GALAMBOS]. Born in Hungary to Holocaust survivor parents; family moved to Brookline, Massachusetts; Gabe graduated from Brandeis University, moved to Israel and joined Israel Defense Force; while working on a master’s degree at Jerusalem’s’ Hebrew University he was sent to the Sudan by the American Association for Ethiopian Jewry to assist Jews fleeing Ethiopia; he was captured but escaped and was then recaptured; now living again in Brookline. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Stealing Pike’s Peak” in CFIV.)
  
GALLAGHER, DAN(IEL KEITH). Born in Providence, Rhodes Island; has a bachelor’s degree in economics and modern languages from Virginia Military Institute and an MBA from the College of William and Mary; served as an Army Ranger in Special Forces; living in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel “The Pleistocene  Redemption” in CFIV.)

GALLANTER, MARTY [MARTIN HAROLD GALLANTER]. 1944-2018. Born in Newark, New Jersey; educated at Empire State University in Albany, New York; died in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “-A Little Lower Than the Angels” in CFIV.)

GALLEYMORE, FRANCES. 1946-2017. Born in Hendon, Middlesex, England; married John S. Bird in 1975; died in London. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

GAMBINO, DENISE (M.). 1960-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 2000 novel “Breach of Contract” in CFIV.)

GAMMON, CATHERINE. A Soto Zen priest living in Green Gulch Farm Center in California. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1991 novel “-Isabel Out of the Rain” in CFIV.)

GANDOLFI, SIMON. (Adding the setting of the 1965 novel in CFIV.)
    Even with the Shutters Closed. [Africa]

GANGCUANGCO, IRENEO D. 1928-2017. Died in Alameda, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 2000 novel “Beyond Golden Gate Bridge” in CFIV.)

GARD, ANSON A(LBERT). 1848-1925. (Correcting the death date of the author of the 1900 collection “My Friend Bill. Many Stories Told in the Telling of One” in CFIV.)

GARD, OLIVER. Pseudonym of Jerome Todd Gollard, 1914-2007. Born in Brooklyn, New York; writer for radio and television; died in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Correcting the identity of the author of the 1953 novel “The Seventh Chasm” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GARDINER, WAYNE J(AY). Born in Valentine, Nebraska; has a B.S. in education from Chadron State College; served in the U.S. Army; lived and worked in Chicago for many years; now living in Pickens, South Carolina. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1980 novel “The Man on the Left” in CFIV.)

GARDNER, BRIAN. Living in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the time of the book. (Adding a biographical detail for the author of the 2000 collection “Tales Reborn in Blood” in CFIV.)
 
GARDNER, LISA. (Adding a TV movie version of the 1998 novel in CFIV.)
    The Perfect Husband. TV movie: American World Pictures, 2001, as Instinct to Kill (scw: Randall Frakes, C. Courtney Joynes, Josh Olson; dir: Gustavo Graef Marino)

GARDNER, (CAROL) LYNN (ELLSWORTH). Born in Idaho; married Maurice Glenn Gardner in 1958; living in Quartz Hill, California. (Adding biographical details for the author of seven novels in CFIV.)
 
GARDNER, WILLIAM (DONALD). 1943-    . (Adding the middle name and correcting the birth year for the author of the 2000 novel “The Tunnel” in CFIV.)

GARDNER, WILLIAM HENRY. Born in Fayetteville, North Carolina; graduate in medicine from Georgetown University; served 37 years as a surgeon in the Army. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1900 novel “The Curious Case of Gen. Delaney Smythe” in CIFV.)

GAREY, BERTON D(EAN). Born in Santa Monica, California; educated at the University of California at Berkeley; builder and designer of homes; living in Berkeley. (Adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel “Death Dance “ in CFIV.)

GARFIELD, BRIAN (FRANCIS WYNNE). 1939-2018. Died in Pasadena, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous titles in CFIV under this name and pseudonyms.)
 
GARFIELD, HENRY A. Born in Philadelphia; raised in Maine; educated at Beloit College, the University of Maine and San Diego State University; earned an M.F.A at the University of Southern Maine; living in Bangor, Maine. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)
 
GARNET, JAY. Pseudonym of a ”well-known and critically acclaimed English author of fiction and non-fiction.” (Identifying the byline of the 1994 novel “Kidnap the Emperor” in CFIV.)

GARRETT, ROBERT. 1946-    . Born in Britain but “has no fixed address”. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV and the settings of both of them.)
Run Down. [London, Naples]
Spiral. [Paris]

GARRETT, SIBYLLE. 1942-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

GARRISON, PHIL. Pseudonym of Gary Brandner, 1933-2013. (Correcting the real name of the author of the 1984 title ”The Good Luck Smiling Cat” in CFIV.)

GARRISON, WILLIAM I. 1869-1945. Died in Pleasantville, New Jersey. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1929 novel “The Equalist” in CFIV.)

GASCOL, R. E. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1934 novel  “The Sweepstakes Ticket” in CFIV.)
 
GASNER, BEVERLEY (BENENSON). 1930-2018. Born and died in New York City; graduate of Connecticut College. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1990 novel “The Girls at Lighthouse Point” in CFIV.)

GAUTIER-SMITH, PETER CLAUDIUS. 1929-2017. Died in Martock, Somerset, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym Peter Conway.)
 
GAUVIN, LOUIS H(ENRY). 1914-1986. Born in Queensland, Australia; commercial traveler for many years; died in New South Wales. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1985 novel in CFIV, and its setting.)
    The Opal Snatchers. [Australia]

GAYNOR, CHRIS. Has written about bulldogs; has edited “The Falconer” magazine. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1998 novel in CFIV and its reprint edition.)
    Conduct Unbecoming. Also published as: Kinell! (2016)

GAYTON, JACK. 1933(?)-    . (Adding a possible birth year for the author of the 1998 novel “A Fatal Dimension” in CFIV.)
 
GELINET, CLAUDE. 1913-1957. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1955 novel “The Candid Killer” in CFIV under the pseudonym Jean Giltene.)

GELLER, MICHAEL (R.). 1943-    . Living in Brooklyn, New York. (Correcting the birth year of the author of 10 novels in CFIV.)

GELSTHORPE, ANNIE L. 1916-2007. Died in Canada. (Adding a more likely set of dates for the author of the 1975 novel “Danger for Dr. Kerry” in CFIV.)

GEORGE, ROB(ERT). Born in Mannum, South Australia; scriptwriter, playwright, actor and lyricist. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1997 title “Fred’s Story” in CFIV.)

GEORGE, SARA. (Adding the setting of the 1975 novel in CFIV.)
    Acid Drop. [Europe]

GERBERS, TERESA. 1933-2016. Born Teresa Jeanne Heines in Pennsylvania; married Olgert S. Gerbers in 1969 but he died in 1986 and she seems to have dropped the Gerbers name; her death in Albany/Schenectady, New York, was recorded as Heines. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)

GERLACH, ROBERT (MORRILL). Peoplefinders lists him as deceased in New York City, but no confirmation or date of death has been found. (Adding information about the co-author of the 1975 play “Something’s Afoot” in CFIV.)

GERVAIS, ALBERT. 1892-1950(?). Apparently a francophone doctor who lived in China in the early 20th century; references give his birth as 1892, and a Canadian with this birth date died in Quebec in t950. (Adding information about the author of the 1936 title “The Ghosts of Sin-Chang” in CFIV as a translation from the French.)

GETGOOD, LEO(NARD) JOHN. Served in the British Army in WWII; took teacher training at Didsbury Training College in Manchester and after teaching for some years emigrated to Canada and obtained a teaching certificate at the University of British Columbia; settled and taught in Nanaimo, specializing in music and theatre; active as a filmmaker; retired from teaching in 1979. (Adding further biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The 35mm Trap” in CFIV.)

GIBBONEY,DOUGLAS LEE. Graduate of Pennsylvania State University; has been adjunct professor at Shippensburg University; living in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Murder at Cleaver Stadium” in CFIV.)
 
GIBBS, CHRISTOPHER C(OCHRAN). Born in California; has a Ph.D.in history from the University of Missouri; served with the military police in Vietnam; living in Fanwood, New Jersey. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “No Safe Refuge” in CFIV.)

GIBSON, FRANK E. (JR., M.D.). 1915-1991. Born in New Jersey; received his medical degree at George Washington University; was senior flight surgeon with the USAF in WWII; was in private practice in Washington D.C. for nearly 20 years; was Deputy Director of Medical Services for the CIA; died in Rockville, Maryland. (Confirming the dates and adding further biographical details for the author of the 1974 novel “Cloak and Doctor” in CFIV, and adding a further title.) 
    Clandestine Caduceus. Vantage, 1973

GIBSON, RICK [RICHARD LYN GIBSON]. 1943-   . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 1994 novel “The Healer” in CFIV.)

GICHERLU, (SAMUEL) MWANGI. 1947-2014. Died in Mtwapa, Kenya. (Adding the full name and death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

GIFFEN, SYDNEY O(TT). 1906-    . Born in West Virginia; married Josef Marcu in New York in 1935; Sydney G. Marcu is listed as living in Danville, Virginia, in 2001; apparently still living there at age 113 (as unlikely as that seems). (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1930 play “Crime Conscious” in CFIV.)

GIFFORD, A(LICE) S(HERMAN). Probably Jessie Alice Sherman Gifford, 1870-1910, who died in Springfield, Massachusetts. (Adding the probable full name and dates of the author of the 1901 collection “A Romance of Hellerism” in CIFV.)

GIFFORD, ARNOLD (BOWERMAN). 1918-1977. (Adding the middle name and dates for the author of the 1955 novel “Hotel Fever” in CFIV.)

GILBERT, ANTHONY. (Adding a further series character for the 1935 novel in CFIV.)
    The Man Who Was Too Clever. SC: M. Dupuy

GILBERT, JAY. (Adding the American edition of the 1958 novel in CFIV.)
    The Skinner. Putnam, 1960

GILBERT, LELA (D.). Author of more than 60 published books, primarily in the field of ecumenical non-fiction; living in California and Jerusalem. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1992 novel “Interlude” in CFIV.)

GILBERT, LOIS (A.). Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of the 2000 novel “Without Mercy” in CFIV.)

GILBERT, MICHAEL EDWIN JOHN PARNALL. 1932-2018. Born in Aldershot, England; died in Dunedin, New Zealand. (Adding the full name and dates of the author of four titles in CFIV under the pseudonym Trooper.)
 
GILLESPIE, EMER (CATHERINE) [EMER CATHERINE GILLESPIE ROE]. 1963-    . (Adding the married name and birth year of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

GILMORE, JOHN (THOMAS, JR.). 1935-2016. Died in California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1999 novel “-Fetish Blonde” in CFIV.)

GILMORE, MINNIE L. [MARY LOUISE GILMORE CARTER]. 1867-1928(?). (Deleting the question mark from the birth date of the author of the 1895 novel “The Woman Who Stood Between” in CFIV.)

GILTENE, JEAN. Claude Gelinet, 1913-1957. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1955 novel “The Candid Killer” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GIRARD, KENNETH (SAMILSON). 1934-1992. Died in San Marino, California. (Adding the middle name and dates of the author of the 1983 novel “Altered Egos” in CFIV.)

GISBY, ANNETE. 1970-    . Living in Basingstoke, England. (Adding the birth year and residence of the author of the 2000 novel “Silent Screams” in CFIV.)

GLADE, MERTON. Pseudonym. (Identifying  the author of the 1984 novel  “Days of Wine and Murder” in CFIV.)
 
GLEESON, GERARD. Lawyer and writer from Melbourne, Australia, with degrees from Monash University and the University of Adelaide. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1994 novel “Stalker” in CFIV.)

GLENDINNING, RALPH (ORTON). 1923-2017. Born in Rahway, New Jersey; served in the Marines in WWII, graduated from Princeton; worked for Proctor and Gamble  before founding a consulting and marketing firm; died in Hobe Sound, Florida. (Adding the corrected entry for the author of two 1980s novels in CFIV.)
 
GLENNON, GORDON. 1909-1979. Born Gordon Campbell Anderson in Northfield, Aberdeenshire, Scotland; appears on passenger list as Gordon Glennon Campbell Anderson, but death in London only recorded as Gordon Glennon. (Deleting the question marks on the dates of the author of the 1948 play “Gathering Storm” in CFIV and adding biographical details).

GLIDDEN, M(INNA) W(ESSELHOEFT). 1874-1958. Died in Dighton, Massachusetts. (Adding the death  date and place for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

GLYNN, BARBARA. (Adding the setting of the 1908 novel in CFIV.)
    Shadowed. [England]

GOBBELL, JOHN J(OSEPH). 1937-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of three novels in CFIV.)

GOBLE, TONY. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1933 novel “-A Desperate Chance” in CFIV.)

GODDARD, ANTHEA [ANTHEA GODDARD SCHOLEFIELD]. ca.1926-   . (Correcting the birth year of the author of numerous titles in CFIV under her maiden name.)

GODFREY, DAVE [WILLIAM DAVID GODFREY]. 1938-2015. Died in Vancouver Island, Canada; husband of Ellen Godfrey, 1943-    , q.v. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1979 novel “-The New Ancestors” in CFIV.)

GOFF, CHRISTINE (LANTZ). 1955-    . Columnist and author of articles and climbing guides, turned novelist on environmental themes and international thrillers; living in Evergreen, Colorado. (Correcting the entry for the author of the 2000 novel “A Rant of Ravens” in CFIV.)
 
GOFF, GEORGENA (R.). 1915-1976. Lived and died in Michigan. (Correcting the middle initial/name, confirming the dates, and adding biographical details for the author of the 1971 novel “The Black Dog” in CFIV.)
 
GOFF, JACQUELINE. Born in Victoria, British Columbia; has a degree in creative writing from the University of Victoria. (Adding further biographical details for the author of numerous novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Jenna Ryan.)
 
GOFFIN, JEFFREY. Graduate of Brock University and University of Calgary; teacher of developmental drama and theatre history at the University of Calgary. (Adding biographical details for the author of two plays in CFIV.)

GOLDBERG, EDWARD J. ca.1860-1916. Died in New York City. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1889 novel “Tracked by a Woman; or, The Female Detective” in CFIV under the pseudonym Goldey.)
 
GOLDEY. Edward J. Goldberg, ca.1860-1916. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1889 novel “Tracked by a Woman; or, The Female Detective” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GOLDING, MORTON JAY. 1925-2015. Died in Long Beach, New York. (Adding the death place and date of the author of novels in CFIV under the pseudonyms Stephanie Lloyd, Jay Martin and Patricia Morton.)

GOLDING, SANDRA J. Some sources list the name thus, and indicate that “some of the stories have been broadcast on UK radio and published in UK magazines.” (Adding information about the author and contents of the 1992 collection “Murder in the Library and other stories” in CFIV.)
 
GOLDMAN, FRANCISCO. 1954-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 1992 novel “The Long Night of White Chickens” in CFIV.)

GOLDSMITH, GENE [EUGENE MAURICE GOLDSMITH]. 1912-1962. (Adding the death date and middle name of the author of two 1940s novels in CFIV.)

GOLLARD, JEROME TODD. 1914-2007. (Adding the name and dates of the author of the 1953 novel “The Seventh Chasm” in CFIV under the pseudonym Oliver Gard.)

GOLTZ, F(REDERICK) L(EROY). 1945-2014. Born in Lockport, New York; graduate of Niagara University; served in the U.S. Army; worked for Carborundum Company and as a case manager with the Niagara County Health Department; died in Niagara Falls, New York. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1995 novel “Avery’s Way” in CFIV.)
 
GOLUB, AARON RICHARD. Grew up in Worcester, Massachusetts; has his law degree from the University of North Carolina; high profile trial lawyer in New York. (Adding further biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The Big Cut” in CFIV.)

GOODCHILD, ROBERT. Clarence Francis Snell, 1909-1999. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1987 novel “A Grain of Salt” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GOODENOUGH, SIMON (R.?). 1958(?)-    . (Adding a possible birth year of the author of three 1980s Sherlockian crime dossiers in CFIV.)

GOODMAN, E(DWARD) J(OHN). 1836-1921. Journalist; born in London, died in Hendon, Middlesex,England. (Confirming the death date and adding biographical details for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

GOODWIN, JOHN F. (Adding a note on the 1998 title in CFIV.)
    Genes Not Guns. No trace of the book can now be found, so probably never actually published.

GORDIN, STEPHEN J(ACOB). 1961-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of the 2000 novel “Inherent Consent” in CFIV.)

GORDON, DON(ALD ANDERSON). 1934-2016. Born in Massachusetts; graduate of Yale, with a master’s and doctoral work at the University of Pennsylvania; has been a college president and educational consultant; died in Denver, Colorado. (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “2004” in CFIV.)

GORDON, DONALD. Donald Gordon Payne, 1924-2018. Died in Surrey, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GORDON, W(ILLIAM) J(OHN). Botanist and naturalist.  1849(?)-1937(?). (Adding biographical details and possible dates for the author of the 1888 novel “The Captain-General” in CFIV.)

GORE, JOHN (FRANCIS?). (Adding the setting of the 1912 novel in CFIV.)
    The Barmecide’s Feast. [England]

GORE, ROBERT A(LLEN). Born in California, but grew up in Los Alamos, New Mexico; graduate from UCLA in economics and political science, with a master’s degree from UC Berkeley in business and law; partner in a Southern California securities firm. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The Gordian Knot” in CFIV.)
 
GOTTLIEB, NATHAN. Former reporter/columnist for the Newark Star-Ledger; living in Hoboken, New Jersey. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV)

GOTTLIEB, PAUL. 1936-2010. Died in Toronto, Canada. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1974 novel “Agency” in CFIV.)

GOUGH, LAURENCE (GORDON JOHN). 1948-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of numerous novels in CFIV.)

GOUGH, WILLIAM (JOHN). (Adding the setting and the reprint title of the 1987 novel  in CFIV.)
    The Last White Man in Panama. [Panama] Also published as: Panama Red. Newfoundland Press, 2013

GOWING, NIK [NICHOLAS KEITH GOWING]. (Adding the full name of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

GRABITZ, DEE MORRISON [Dolores Emma Morrison Grabitz]. 1931-2014. Born in Chicago; died in Tucson, Arizona.  (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Murder in Dunton Heights” in CFIV.)

GRACZYK, ED(WARD J.). Living in Ohio. (Adding more of the name and the residence of the author of the 1989 novel “A Murder of Crows” in CFIV.)

GRAHAM, GORDON. (Adding the film based on the 1994 play in CFIV.)
    The Boys. [Australia] Film: Roadshow, 1998 (scw: Stephen Sewell; dir: Rowan Woods)

GRAHAM, MARK. 1970-    . Graduate of Connecticut College; did graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania and Indiana University. (Adding biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

GRAHAM, NORMAN SPENCER. 1924-2002. Has an M.F.A. in theatre; playwright and screenwriter. (Deleting the question mark on the death date and adding biographical details for the author of four titles in CFIV.)
 
GRAHAM, PEGGY. 1927-    . Came from the U.K. and living in Mundaring, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, since 1964. (Adding the corrected birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “Stone Walls” in CFIV.)

GRAHAM, PETER. Combining the two entries in CFIV. (Showing that all five novels, according to COPAC, are by Kenneth Longmaid under his pseudonym.)

GRAHAM, WINIFRED. (Adding a further title for the author of numerous novels in CFIV.)
    Meresia. Hurst, 1898 [Spain]

GRAINGER, TOM [THOMAS]. 1921-2001. Born in Lancashire, England; served in the RAF and came to Canada in 1956; prizewinning playwright who studied at Yale School of Drama; died in Vancouver, British Columbia, his home for the last 45 years.  (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of two 1970s plays in CFIV.)

GRANDER, GARY. Delete. (Wrongly identified in CFIV as the real name of the author of the 1984 title “The Good Luck Smiling Cat”.)

GRANDFIELD, GEOFF. Born in Bristol, England; graduate in 1987 of the Royal College of Art in London; associate professor at Kingston University in London. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1991 graphic novel “Fast One” in CFIV.)

GRANT, DOUGLAS. (Adding the setting and film version of the 1919 novel in CFIV, and settings of other novels.)
    Anything Once. [New York]
    Booty. [New York]
    The Single Track. [Alaska] Silent film: Vitagraph, 1921 (scw: C. Graham Baker, Harry Ditmar; dir: Webster Campbell)

GRANT-ADAMSON, LESLEY (ANN HEYCOCK). Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

GRATUS, JACK (LIONEL SIMON). 1935-2018. Died in Ealing, London, England. (Adding the full name and death date and place for the co-author with Trevor Preston of the 1971 novelization “The Night Hair Child” in CFIV.)

GRAVES, ALLEN. (Adding the setting of the 1890 novel in CFIV.)
    Caleb Crickett, the Great Detective; or, Tracked by a Finger-Nail. [Chicago]

GRAVINA, ANNA  Delete. (Not the real name of Rachel Silver, though she did use this name.)

GRAY, ELAYNE TAYLOR. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; graduate of Ryerson University’s Radio and Television Arts program; living in Toronto. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1994 novel “Girlfriend” in CFIV.)

GRAY, MURIEL. 1958-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

GRAY, P. D. Pseudonym of a Chicago-born writer who lives in Schaumburg, Illinois; president of a law-practice management firm; for 20 years worked in criminal, personal injury and high technology law. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1993 novel  ”Deceit, Deception, Death and the Carousel Horse” in CFIV.)

GRAY, STEPHEN. Born in Cape Town, South Africa; has a B.A. from the University of Cape Town, an M.A. from Cambridge University, and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Iowa; prolific author of novels, poetry, biography and essays. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1994 novel “-Drakenstein” in CFIV.)

GURNEY, MAJOR RUSSELL. 1874-1952. Born in Surrey, England; died in Hemel Hempstead; Major was a first name, not a military title; police officer (1911 census) and gardener (1939 census). (Adding the real name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1932 novel “Devil or Man?” in CFIV under the pseudonym Peter Beare.)
 
HAMILTON, ELAINE [ELAINE HAMILTON HOLT]. 1883-1967. Died in Exminster, Devon, England; wife of Henry Holt, 1879-1962, q.v. (Adding corrected birth date and biographical details for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

HARE, JOHN NEVILLE. 1934-    . Pseudonym: Dan Fulani. (Adding the real name and date for the author of five titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

HAWTRAY, (PHYLLIS) VALENTINA. (Adding the setting of the 1909 novel in CFIV.)
    -In the Shade. [England]

HAY, MARIE. (Adding a novel for the author of the 1923 novel “The Evil Vineyard” in CFIV.)
    -A German Pompadour. Constable, 1906 [Germany]

HEYGATE, BARBARA. See also: Anonymous (for “Daughter of Satan”).

HILL, MARION. 1870-1918. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -Sunrise Valley. Small Maynard, 1914; Long, 1914 [Pennsylvania]

HILL, PAMELA. 1920-2016. Birth registered as Pamela Lela Hill; died in Radlett, Hertfordshire. (Adding the death date and place of the author of seven novels in CFIV, as well as others under the pseudonyms Isabel Tain and Sharon Fiske).

HOLBROOK, J(AMES). Journalist and editor in Connecticut; appointed special agent of the post-office department in 1845 and was a skillful detective, bringing many mail robbers to justice; founded “The United States Mail,” a journal devoted to postal matters which he edited until his death in Brooklyn, Connecticut. (Adding biographical details for the author of the ghost-written collection “Ten Years Among the Mail Bags” in CFIV.)

HOLT, HENRY. Husband of Elaine Hamilton (Holt), q.v.; died in Bournemouth, England. (Deleting the middle initial, adding his place of death, and identifying his wife, also in CFIV.)

HOOPER, I. (Adding the setting of the 1899 novel in CFIV.)
    Nell Gwynn’s Diamond.  [England, 1600s]

HORVITZ, LESLIE ALAN. Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

 HUDDART, ELINOR LOUISA. 1853-1902. See: Anonymous (for “Leslie”, 1891)

HUDNALL, JAMES D(AVID). 1957-2019. Born in Sonoma, California; died in Escondido, California. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author in CFIV for the 1989 graphic novel “Rick Mason: The Agent”.) 
   
IVES, JOHN. Brian (Francis Wynne) Garfield, 1939-2018. (Adding the death date of the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

JACKSON, L(YDIA) REVE. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
-Lottery Luck. Cassell, 1938 [France]

JARVIE, CLODAGH GIBSON [CLODAGH MICAELA GIBSON JARVIE CHAPMAN]. 1923-2018. Died in Buxhall, Suffolk, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

JORDAN, LEE. Alan (Tweedie) Scholefield, 1931-2017. (Adding the death date of the author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

JOWETT, JOHN (AVES). (Correcting the title of the 1950 novelization in CFIV.)
    Travellers’ Joy.
 
KARAGEORGE, PENELOPE. Reporter for “Newsweek,” publicity director for “People” magazine, freelance journalist; living in New York City. (Adding further biographical details for the author of the 1982 novel “Murder at Tomorrow” in CFIV under the pseudonym Kara George.)

KEECH, GERTRUDE CLARA (CATCHPOLE). 1896-1972. Born in Kent, England; lived in Weymouth for many years; died in Ludlow, Shropshire. (Adding the name, dates and biographical details for the author of the 1923 collection “Adrift” in CFIV under the pseudonym Gertrude C. Tennant.)

KERRUISH, JESSIE DOUGLAS. (Adding a further novel for the author of three titles in CFIV.)
    -Miss Haroun Al-Rashid. Hodder, 1917; Doran, 1917 [Turkey]

KINDLER, SETH. Rick Gibson [Richard Lyn Gibson], 1943-    . (Correcting the birth year of the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

KING, IRENE (ALICE MARKLOFF). 1943-2016. Born in New York; a police officer married to police officer Robert J. King (died 1994); lived in Amagansett, Long Island but died in hospice care in Quiogue, New York. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the co-author with her sister, Caryl Thurman Markloff, of the 1975 novel “She’s a Cop, Isn’t She?” in CFIV.)  

KIRSCHNER, LULA. 1854-1934. Pseudonym: Ossip Schubin, q.v. (Adding a new name not in CFIV.)

L’HEUREUX, JOHN (CLARKE). 1934-2019. Died in Palo Alto, California. (Adding the death date  and place of the author of the 1987 novel “-A Woman Run Mad” in CFIV.)

LLOYD, STEPHANIE.  Morton Jay Golding, 1925-2015. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1966 novel “Graveswood” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

McAULAY, ALLAN. Pseudonym of Charlotte Stewart, 1863-1918. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)           
    -Beggars and Sorners. Lane, 1912 [Amsterdam, 1753]

MacFALL, FRANCES ELIZABETH. 1862-1943. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV; reprints are recorded under pseudonym Sarah Grand.)
    Singularly Deluded. Blackwood, 1892 [England, France]

MacGUIRE, NICOLAS. (Adding the setting of the 1950 novel in CFIV.)
    Mosquito Serenade.  [London]

McLEAN, ERIC WILLIAM. 1900-   . Born in Bucklow, Cheshire, England; apparently married Grete Schiestl in Penzance in 1932; was a merchant seaman in WW2; last spotted in Bristol around 1960; death not traced; last name sometimes given as MacLean. (Adding the corrected birth date and biographical details for the author of two 1930s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Eric W. Townsend.)

MACONACHIE, WILLIAM. 1910-1993. Journalist who later worked in public relations and advertising. (Adding the dates of the author of two novels in CFIV under the house name Ray Stahl and numerous titles under the pseudonym Bart Carson.)

MALLORY, DREW.  Brian (Francis Wynne) Garfield, 1939-2018. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1975 novel “Target Manhattan” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

MANES, JOSE SANTIAGO. Living in Westlake Village, California. (Adding the middle name and residence of the author of the 1994 title “Diary of a Writer” in CFIV under the pseudonym Jonathan Gage.)
 
MARCHANT, BESSIE.  (Adding a further title for the author of eight novels in CFIV.)
    -The Adventures of Phyllis. Cassell, 1910; Funk  & Wagnalls, 1914 [Argentina]

MARK, TED. Pseudonym of Theodore “Ted” Mark Gottfried, 1928-2004. (Adding the real name and dates of the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

MARTIN, JACK. Dennis (William) Etchison, 1943-2019. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1981 novelization “Halloween II” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

MARTIN, JAY. Morton Jay Golding, 1925-2015. (Adding the death date of the author of five novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
MATHEWS, FRANCES AYMAR. (Adding further novels for the author of four titles in CFIV.)
    -Fanny of the Forty Frocks. Winston, 1913 [ship]
    -My Lady Peggy Leaves Town. Moffat Yard, 1913 [West]
    -Pamela Congreve. Dodd Mead, 1904

MEDOFF, MARK (HOWARD). 1940-2019. Died in Boca Raton, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the author of two plays in CFIV.)

MEEK, M(ARGARET) R(EED) D(UNCAN). Pseudonym: Alison Cairns. (Adding the pseudonym in CFIV for two 1980s novels.)

MELIDES, NICOLAS. (Correcting the title of the 1951 novel in CFIV.)
    Buns from the Gutter.

MINNETT, CORA. (Adding the setting of the 1911 novel in CFIV.)
    -The Day After Tomorrow. [England]

MOBERLY, L(UCY) G(ERTRUDE). (Adding a further novel for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)
-Phyllis. Ward Lock, 1911

MONTGOMERY, K. L. (Adding a further title for the author of the 1904 novel “Major Weir” in CFIV.)
    -Colonel Kate. Methuen, 1908 [England, 1740s]

MORLEY, CHRISTOPHER (DARLINGTON). (Correcting the contents information for the 1949 collection in CFIV.)
    The Ironing Board. Essays, with these ss: The Adventure of Foggy Bottom / Codeine (7 Per Cent) / Hitch Your Wagon / Murder in Red and Green / Time of Life (with SC Dove Dulcet in all but the last one)

MORTON, PATRICIA. Morton Jay Golding, 1925-2015. (Adding the death date of the author of six novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

NESBIT, E(DITH). (Adding the setting of the 1909 novel in CFIV.)
    The House with No Address. [London]

NGAGOYEANES, NICHOLAS. Delete. (Wrongly given in CFIV as the birth name of Nicholas Gage.)

NORWOOD, VICTOR (GEORGE CHARLES). (Adding some corrections to the entry in CFIV.)
    Hell’s Wenches. Delete (not criminous, not findable as a Hale novel)
    Journey of Fear, as by Victor G. C. Norwood
    The Long Way Home. Delete (no trace can now be found, so probably never published)
    Valley of the Damned. Delete (not criminous)

O’BRIAN, FRANK. Brian (Francis Wynne) Garfield, 1939-2018. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1962 novel “The Rimfire Murders” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

PAGE, EMMA. Honoria Tirbutt, 1921-2018. (Adding the death date of the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
PAGE, GERTRUDE. (Adding a further title for the author of the 1914 novel “-The Pathway” in CFIV.)
    -Some There Are…  Hurst, 1916

PAYNE, DONALD GORDON. 1924-2018. (Adding the death date for the author of three novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Donald Gordon.)

PEDLER, JOHN BRANFOOT SIMPSON. 1928-2018. Born in Woolwich London, England; died in Perigueux, France. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Dominic Torr.)
 
PETRIE, RHONA. Eileen Marie Belderson Duell, 1922-2010. (Correcting the real name of the author of nine novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

POWELL, F. INGLIS. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Snake. Bodley Head, 1912 [India]

PRICE, (ALAN) ANTHONY. 1928-2019. Died in England (presumably Oxford). (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous novels in CFIV.)

PUTNAM, NINA (WILCOX). 1888-1962. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -It Pays to Smile. Doran, 1920 [West]

REID, CHRISTIAN. Pseudonym of Frances Christine Tiernan, 1846-1920. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Chase of an Heiress. Putnam, 1898 [West Indies]

RITTENBERG, MAX. Born Max Mark Lion Rittenberg in Sydney, Australia;  came to England with his family in 1888; studied medicine at Cambridge but became a teacher, then magazine founder and business advisor then writer; changed the family last name to Ritson (or Ritsen) in 1940; died in London in 1963—some sources give 1965. (Adding biographical details for the author of four titles in CFIV.)

RUEGG, JUDGE (ALFRED HENRY). (Correcting the publication date of one title and adding a series character to two others.
    David Betterton. Published 1931
    John Clutterbuck. SC: Chief Insp. William Willis
    A Staffordshire Knot; or, The Two Houses. SC: Chief Insp. William Willis

ST. KEELDARE, CARMEN. Peter (Lorrimer) Whitehead, 1937-2019. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1996 novel “The Booker Prize Fix” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

SANDYS, OLIVER. Marguerite Barclay, 1886-1964. (Confirming the birth year of the author of titles in CFIV under the name Barclay and pseudonyms Countess Barcynska and Oliver Sandys.)

SCHOLEFIELD, ALAN (TWEEDIE). 1931-2017. Died in Petersfield, Hampshire, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

SCHUBIN, OSSIP. Pseudonym of Lula Kirschner, 1854-1934. (Adding a new byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -A Leafless Spring. Lippincott, 1893 [Paris] (Translation of “Toter Fruhling.” Germany, 1893)

SCOTT, ALICIA. (Adding a title for the author of 8 novels in CFIV.)
    At the Midnight Hour. Harlequin pb, 1995; TV movie: CTV, 1995 (scw: Joe Wiesenfeld; dir: Charles Jarrett)

SERGEANT, (EMILY FRANCES) ADELINE. (Adding a further title for the author of numerous novels in CFIV.)
    -The Lady Charlotte. Hutchinson, 1898; Rand, 1897

SIDGWICK, MRS. ALFRED. (Adding the setting of the 1903 novel in CFIV.)   
    The Beryl Stones . [England]

SILVER, RACHEL (J.). 1962-    . Born in Lancashire, England; grew up in Jerusalem, Israel; studied anthropology at University College, London; has written for television and the national press and published seven books. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1996 novelization “Madson”  in CFIV.)

SINCLAIR, ANDREW (ANNANDALE). 1935-2019. Died in London, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

SNELL, CLARENCE FRANCIS. 1909-1999. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1987 novel “A Grain of Salt” in CFIV under the pseudonym Robert Goodchild.)

SPICER, (WILLIAM) MICHAEL (HARDY). 1943-2019. Died in a hospital in England, probably in London. (Adding the death date and place for the author of six novels in CFIV.)

STEWART, CHARLOTTE. 1863-1918. Pseudonym: Allan McAulay, q.v. (Adding the real name of the author of the 1912 novel “Beggars and Sorners.”)

SWEEENEY, W. A. William Sweeney (no record with a middle initial found thus far) was born in Greenock, Scotland; educated in Glasgow and a college in Dumfries; joined the army after college and served in artillery in Egypt and Macedonia in WWI; journalist thereafter; no death date found. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1945 novel “Murder by Legacy” in CFIV.)

SYREEN, MARY W. Born Mary Wanda Jensen in La Arande, Oregon; married John Donald Syreen in Anacortes, Washington in 1946 (he died in 1982); living in Coupeville, Washington. (Adding biographical details for the author of three 1990s novels in CFIV.) 

SZOT, WALTER. 1917-1973. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire; died in Los Angeles. (Confirming the dates and adding biographical details for the co-author with Peter Tarnov of two novels in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Tarn Scot.)

TABOR, MARGARET (GILLIAN). Living in Bristol, England. (Adding the middle name and residence of the author of three novels in CFIV.)

TAGGART, SUSAN (MISTY). Television writer as Misty Stewart-Taggart, author of children’s books as Misty Taggart; previously living in California, now living in Surprise, Arizona. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “Web of Intrigue” in CFIV.)

TAIN, ISABEL. Pamela Hill, 1920-2016. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1967 novel “The Cherrycake Death” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

TAIT,WILLIAM (CUMMING). 1895-1949. Born in Paisley. Renfrewshire, England; died in Kensington. (Adding the dates and biographical details for the author of the 1940 novel “Tip and Run” in CFIV.)

TAMLYN, HARTLEY. Confirming this as the pseudonym of Alfred Hutton, 1853-1913, prison warder in Oxford, then London, for the 1889 novel  “The Albino” in CFIV under the pseudonym.

TANNOCK, MALCOLM. (Adding the series character and setting of the 1950 novel in CFIV.)
    Humming Cliff. SC: Barry Stannard [England]

 TARNOV, PETER G. Birth name Tarnovsky. Died in Los Angeles, California. (Adding biographical details for the co-author with Walter Szot of two novels in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, CHARLES E(DWARD STUART). ca1875-1952. Also known as “Ike” Taylor; journalist on the Melbourne “Courier” and the Sydney “Sun”; also cartoonist, test cricket broadcaster on radio; and director of a Melbourne printing company when he died. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1929 novel “The Girl Who Helped Ned Kelly” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, FREDERICK. Journalist/columnist for the “Field” magazine; served in the army in the 8th Hussars and was a survivor of the Charge of the Light Brigade. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1861 title “Confessions of a Horse Coper” in CFIV under the pseudonym Ballinasloe.)

TAYLOR, (FLORENCE) MARY. 1905-1975. Born in Staffordshire, England; lived mostly in Hampshire, where she died in Southsea. (Adding the full name, death date and biographical details for the author of the 1972 novel “Murder on Tuesday” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, WILLIAM C(LYNE). 1924-2001. A medical doctor, born in Aberdeen, Scotland; died in Canada, possibly Edmonton. (Adding the middle name, death date, and biographical details for the author of the 1977 novel “The Yellow War Paint” in CFIV.) 

TENNANT, GERTRUDE C. Pseudonym of Gertrude Clara Keech, nee Catchpole, 1896-1972. (Adding the real name and dates of the author of the 1923 collection “Adrift” in CFIV.)

TENNYSON, MARY H. Pseudonym of Mary Howard Folkard, 1854-1918. (Adding the real name and dates of the author of three titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

THOMAS, GORDON. 1933-2017. Died in Bath, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

THOMAS, PAUL. (Adding the real name for at least one of three titles in CFIV under this byline.)
    Cargo Trouble.  Identified in the Library of Congress copyright record as the pseudonym of Western writer William Everett Cook, 1921-1964.

THOMPSON, C(HARLES) K(ENNETH). 1904-1980. Born in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia; died in Lambton, New South Wales; journalist who lived in Mayfield, New South Wales, most of his life. (Adding the correct birth year and biographical details for the author of four volumes in CFIV.)

THOMPSON, ESTELLE (MAY). 1930-2003. Died in Queensland, Australia. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous novels in CFIV.

THOMPSON, JOYCE MARIE. Born in Seattle, Washington; has a B.A. in English from Cornell University; married Paul Steele in 1976 but divorced in 1986; married Schuyler Neal Ingle in 1996; multimedia writer, now living in Oakland, California. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1991 novel “Bones” in CFIV.)

THOR, RAYMOND. Raymond Edwin Treihaft, 1934-2018. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1997 novel “Bloodguilty” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

THORPE, VICTOR. 1919-1994. Born in Calabar, Nigeria; served in the Army; joined the British Council in Ibadan; librarian; Nigerian Chairman of the Society of Metaphysicians. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

THURMAN, CARYL. Pseudonym of Caryl Thurman Markloff, 1938-    ; born in New York; married Thomas Joseph Collins in the Bronx in 1960 and then John Edgar Beckwith in 2005; now living in Painter, Virginia. (Adding the real name and birth year and biographical details for the co-author of the 1975 novel  “She’s a Cop, Isn't She?”  in CFIV.)

TIERNAN, FRANCES CHRISTINE. 1846-1920. Born and died in North Carolina. (Adding the real name and biographical details of the author of the 1898 novel “The Chase of an Heiress” in CFIV.)

TIGNER, EVERT (FRANK). Born in Oklahoma; graduate of South Eastern Oklahoma University; served in the military in Japan; thereafter he went to Southern California to teach English, while earning his master’s degree from Pepperdine University; then established an art gallery in Palm Springs; now living in Seal Beach.  (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1998 novel “-The Secrets of Craig Street” in CFIV.)

TIPPIN, G(AROLD) LEE. 1934-2017. Born in Fairbury, Nebraska; retired from the Army as a Colonel in 1972; died in Columbus, Ohio.  (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of three 1980s novels in CFIV.)

TIRBUTT, HONORIA. 1921-2018. (Adding the death date for the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym Emma Page.)
 
TOLNAY, TOM [THOMAS GEORGE TOLNAY]. (Adding the full name of the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)

TORR, DOMINIC. John Branfoot Simpson Pedler, 1928-2018. (Adding the death date of the author of three novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

TOWNSEND, ERIC W. Eric William McLean, 1900-    . (Adding the corrected birth date of the author of two 1930s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

TRAFTON, EDWIN H(ASKELL). 1847-1892. Died in Colorado. (Adding the corrected death date and place for the author of the 1888 novel “Cell 13” in CFIV.)

TRAIN, ELIZABETH PHIPPS. (Adding a further novel for the author of four titles in CFIV.)
    -Madam of the Ivies. Lippincott, 1898

TRAUGOT, LEONORA S. 1928-    . Born in New York City; married Theodore Mark Gottfried but divorced in 1970; a source indicates she died in Massachusetts in 2010 but no confirmation found. (Adding the corrected birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1976 novel “The Curious Locket” under her once married name Leonore Gottfried.)

TRAVIS, (FRANCES) ELIZABETH (CHANDLER). 1920-2017. Died in Darien, Connecticut. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV, and the setting of one of them.)
    Deadlines. [Connecticut]
     
TREBLE, DONALD (GEORGE). Born in New South Wales, Australia, and living in Queensland in the 1970s; a civil servant and pubic relations worker in various Australia states; apparently alive in 1992; reported to have died in Kilsyth, Victoria, Australia, but no confirmation found. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1944 novel “Death on the Beam” in CFIV.)

TREHERN, MARK. Pseudonym; author said to be from Newport, Isle of Wight, but no sign of such a surname there in records around the time of the book. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1895 novel “-Paths That Cross” in CFIV.) 

TREIHAFT, RAYMOND E(DWIN). 1934-2018. Died in Riverside, California; last living in Menifee. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1997 novel “Bloodguilty” in CFIV under the pseudonym Raymond Thor.)

TREVERN, DOUGLAS. No trace of such a person found in biographical databases, though newspaper accounts report a co-author of plays with such a name; any chance Trevern is a typo for Douglas Travern, one of the names under which John Ennion’s death (1916-2004) was registered? (Adding information about the co-author was Steve Conway of the 1965 play “The Case Against Mrs. Dane” in CFIV.)

TROLLOPE, FRANK.  (Adding further titles for the author of three novels in CFIV.)
    -Broken Fetters. Newby, 1868 [Corsica]
    -The Gladstones. Skeet, 1872 [England]

TROOPER. Michael Edwin John Parnall Gilbert, 1932-2018. Born in Aldershot, England; died in Dunedin, New Zealand. (Adding the full name and dates of the author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

TROWBRIDGE, J(OHN) T(OWNSEND). Pseudonym: Paul Creyton, q.v. (Adding a further byline not in CFIV for the author of the 1866 title “-Lucy Arlyn” in CFIV.)

TRUAX, JAMES D(EAN). 1941-2016. Born in Northfield, Minnesota; had a B.A. in religion from Carleton College, a Master of Divinity from Drew University Theological School, and an MBA from St. Thomas; retired as director of community services in 2007; died in Rosemount, Minnesota. (Adding the death date and further biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
 
TUCKER, KATE (MARION). 1890-1946. Born in Nyack, New York; died in Clarkston, New York. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1929 novel “Haunted Ship” in CFIV.)

TUN, JANE ANN. Retired librarian/teacher, living in Winchester, Ontario, Canada, with Tunyi Tun; possibly the Jean Anne Meakin born  in Birmingham, England, in 1935, who married Tunyi Tun in England. (Adding biographical information about the author of the 1999 novel “Time Lapse” in CFIV.)

TURNBULL, MARGARET. (Adding a setting for the 1918 novel in CFIV.)
    -The Close-up. [West]

TYBOUT, ELLA MIDDLETON. 1871-1952. Born in Delaware; died in Pennsylvania. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -The Smuggler. Lippincott, 1907 [Canada]

WALLACE, (RICHARD HORATIO) EDGAR. (Adding a correction for the 1919 title in CFIV.)
    The Green Rust. (in the U.K.; Green Rust in the U.S.)

WARDEN, FLORENCE. (Adding the setting of the 1908 novel in CFIV.)
    A Life’s Arrears. [Monte Carlo]

WENTWORTH-JAMES, GERTIE DE S. (Adding a further title for the author of four novels in CFIV.)
    -The Wild Widow. Laurie, 1908; Empire, 1908

WHITEHEAD, PETER (LORRIMER). 1937-2019. Died in London, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of two 1999 titles and one under the pseudonym Carmen St. Keeldare in CFIV.)
 
WILKINS, MARY E. [Mary E(leanor) Freeman]. (Adding a new title for the author of two novels in CFIV.)
    -Madelon. Harper, 1896; Osgood, 1896

WILLIAMS, FRANCES FENWICK. 1878-1929. Born in Montreal, Canada. (Adding a byline and title not in CFIV.)
    -A Soul on Fire. Lane, 1915

WILLIAMSON, (BEATRICE) GLYNN. (Adding titles, a setting and a correction for the author of seven novels in CFIV.)
    Dangerous Drug. [England]
    The Dark Valley. Hutchinson, 1950  (publisher correction)
    -False Colours. Hutchinson, 1949 [Middle East]
    Go Home Mr. Reilly. Dawnay, 1967 [Ireland]

WILSON, BARBARA. Born Hilda Barbara Elsworth in Hoylandswaine, Sheffield, England; married Colin Wilson in 1953 (he died in 1992); living in Wynbunbury, Cheshire. (Adding  biographical details for the author of the 1981 novel  “Tomorrow for the Roses” in CFIV under the pseudonym Laura Grayson.)
 
WOGAN, CHARLES. Pseudonym of Brian Flynn, 1875-1958. (Adding the real name of the author of three novels in CFIV.)

WOHL, BURTON. 1922-2015. Former newspaper man, foreign correspondent, magazine editor and screen writer; died on Quadra Island, British Columbia, Canada. (Adding the death date and further biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

WOLFE, GENE (ROSMAN). 1931-2018. Died in Peoria, Illinois. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four titles in CFIV.)

WOODINGTON, F(LORENCE) THICKNESSE. (Adding a setting of the 1918 novel in CFIV.)
    -Swayneford. [Germany]

WOUK, HERMAN. 1915-2019. Died in Palm Springs, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1949 play “The Traitor” in CFIV.)


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