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Legacy of Secrets. Delacorte, 1993 [Ireland, Boston, New York City, 1883]
AGNEW, STEPHEN H.
The “Yellow Hoop” Gang. Henderson pb, 1911 SC: John Lyon (see also: Anonymous)
ALLEN, ARTHUR BRUCE
-At the Sign of “The Griffin.” [England]
AMIS, BRETON. Show real name as: Breton Amis Best.
ANONYMOUS. SC: John Lyon = JL (all books probably written by Stephen H. Agnew, q.v.).
Greystone Grange. Show publication date as: 1889
John Lyon and the Bandits of the Air. Henderson pb, 191? JL
John Lyon and the Charlton Mystery. Henderson pb, 1912 JL
John Lyon and the Diamond Dealer. Henderson pb, 191? JL
John Lyon and the Man in Hiding! Henderson pb, 1913 JL
John Lyon and the Millionaire. Henderson pb, 191? JL
John Lyon and the Motor Pirates. Henderson pb, 1912 JL
John Lyon and the Peerage Claim. Henderson pb, 191? JL
John Lyon and the Smugglers. Henderson pb, 1912 JL
John Lyon and the Snide. Henderson pb, 1912
John Lyon and the Train Robbers. Henderson pb, 1912 JL
John Lyon, Detective. Henderson pb, 191? JL
John Lyon in the Picture. Henderson pb, 1912 JL
The Vampire Moon. Henderson pb, 1913
ARNOTHY, CHRISTINE. Irene Christine Jongerth-Arnothy Bellanger, 1930- . (Correction.)
ASHE, SUSAN. Pseudonym of Carol Ann Best (born Charlotte Anne Matthew), 1906-1995.
Love Held the Key. Amalgamated pb, n.d. [England]
ASTINS, GEORGE S.
Reaping the Whirlwind. [England]
AVALLONE, MICHAEL (ANGELO, JR.)
Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen. [San Francisco]
BALL, NANONI PATRICIA MAUDE HAMILTON. 1917- .
BARBER, WILLETTA ANN [WILLETTA ANN BARBER SMITH]. 1911-1977. (Correcting death date.)
The Man They Could Not Kill. [Germany]
BARON, ALEXANDER. Pseudonym of Joseph Alexander Bernstein, 1917-1999. Ref: CA.
-King Dido. Macmillan (London), 1969 [London]
BAXTER, J. K. Show as house name, not pseudonym.
BAYLEY, BARRINGTON J(OHN). 1937-2008.
BAYNE-POWELL, ROSAMOND (ALICIA). 1879-1960.
BEEBY, OTTO. Born in New South Wales, Australia; a journalist.
BELLANGER, IRENE CHRISTINE JONGERTH-ARNOTHY. 1930- . (Correcting birth date.)
BENNETT, DOROTHY. 1919- . Born in Lancashire; educated in England, Fiji, New Zealand and West Indies. [Author of “The Carrion Crows”, etc.]
BENTINCK, RAY. Show real name as: Breton Amis Best.
The Girl with the Golden G-String. Kozy pb, 1962 [New York]
BERNSTEIN, JOSEPH ALEXANDER. 1917-1999. Pseudonym: Alexander Baron, q.v.
BEST, CAROL ANN. 1906-1995. Born Charlotte Anne Matthew.
BEST, RAYLEIGH BRETON AMIS. Correct to: Breton Amis Best.
BEVERIDGE, BOB. (Giving author full first name.)
Remembering Jake. Silhouette pb, 1999
Raiders of the Lost Ark. Also published as: Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. Del Rey pb, 2008 SC: Indiana Jones
BOULGER, DORA HENRIETTA (HAVERS). First name also given as Dorothy; middle name also given as Harriet. Birth name probably Dora Henrietta Havers.
BOWEN, T(REVOR) R. Show byline thus. English actor and screenwriter. SC: Detective Chief Inspector Gio Jones and John Bewick, in title below and subsequent novel(s).
The Death of Amy Parris. (Show as a pb.)
BOWES, FLORENCE. Delete CA reference.
BRADLEY, EVELYN. 1883-1950. Pseudonyms: Cameron Carr, R. R. Ryan, qq.v.
Julia in Ireland. SC: Julian Probyn
In the Key of Black. [New York]
BROOME, ADAM. Godfrey Warden James, 1888-1963.
The Spanking Girls. [California]
BROWN, RITA MAE. SC: Sister Jane Arnold, in title below and subsequent novels.
BRUCE, KENNEDY. John Carlos Kennedy Peterson, 1876-1955. In the Indian Civil Service, he was under secretary in the finance department of the government of Bengal.
BRYAN, JOHN. Josephine Delves-Broughton. 1916-1975.
BURKE, JAMES WAKEFIELD
-The Big Rape. Rudl (Frankfurt, Germany), 1951; Farrar, 1952
Thirsty People in the Rain. Rudl (Frankfurt, Germany), 1952
Three Day Pass–to Kill, with Edward Grace. Note: Grace is the pseudonym of Edward De Grazia, 1927- , who is apparently the sole author of the work.
BURT, KATHARINE NEWLIN. (Show name thus.) Add: Lived in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, most of her life, and retired to Southern Pines, North Carolina.
Where There’s a Will. [London]
A Smell of Smoke. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2008
BUTTERWORTH, (JOHN) MICHAEL. Show name thus.
Walk Softly, in Fear. [London]
BYERS, BRUCE (FRANCIS). 1920- .
CAIN, JAMES M(ALLAHAN)
-Serenade. Film: Warner, 1956 (scw: Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts, John Twist; dir: Anthony Mann). See also: The Root of His Evil. [Corrected entry.]
The Root of His Evil. Film: Universal, 1939, as When Tomorrow Comes (scw: Dwight Taylor; dir: John M. Stahl). Also: Universal, 1957, as Interlude (scw: Daniel Fuchs, Franklin Coen, Inez Cocks; dir: Douglas Sirk). Also: Columbia, 1968, as Interlude (scw: Lee Langley, Hugh Leonard; dir: Kevin Billington). Note: At least one scene from When Tomorrow Comes, and perhaps several, were reputedly taken from Cain’s novel Serenade (e.g., the protagonist and the woman in the story are isolated in a church during a storm). [Corrected entry.]
The Dons. Joseph, 1973 [Sicily] (Translation from the Italian.)
CAMPBELL, ALICE (ORMOND)
The Borrowed Cottage. Delete
No Murder of Mine. Delete reference to The Borrowed Cottage (not a book title; probably a title used in serial publication)
Travelling Butcher. (Corrected spelling.)
CAMPSIE, ALISTAIR (KEITH). Columnist, feature writer, and editor for various publications in Scotland.
CARR, CAMERON. Pseudonym of Evelyn Bradley, 1883-1950. Other pseudonym: R. R. Ryan, q.v. (Corrections.)
Copy Boy. [England]
-Love’s Lottery. Quality, 1938
The Velvet Wall. Amalgamated pb, 1959 [Spain]
CASTLE, BRENDA. (Deleting middle name and dates.)
CASWELL, ROBERT. 1946-2006.
Dragons Can Be Dangerous. [U.S.]
CHAPMAN, JENNIFER MARY. 1950- . Ref: CA. See: Lydia Hitchcock.
CHAPPELL, MOLLIE. Pseudonym of Mary Bebb Hancock Chappell, 1913-2004. Born in Wales; lived in South Rhodesia 1946-1961; died in London.
CHAPPELL, MARY BEBB HANCOCK. 1913-2004. Pseudonym: Mollie Chappell, q.v.
The Hombre from Sonora. Add British edition: Hale, 1973
CHASE, JAMES HADLEY. Birth name: Rene Lodge P. Brabazon Raymond.
Symphony and Psychopath. NEL hc, 1975 [England]
CHETWYND-HAYES, R(ONALD HENRY GLYNN). Film: Amicus, 1973, as From Beyond the Grave (scw: Raymond Christodoulou, Robin Clarke; dir: Kevin Connor), based on ss The Gate Crasher (in The Unbidden, q.v.), The Elemental (in The Elemental, q.v.), The Door (in Cold Terror, q.v.), and An Act of Kindness.
Dominique. Tandem pb, 1978; Belmont-Tower pb, 1979 (Novelization of film: Viacom, 1978; scw: Edward Abraham, Valerie Abraham; dir: Michael Anderson.)
-The Monster Club. Film: Amicus, 1980 (scw: Edward Abraham, Valerie Abraham; dir: Roy Ward Baker)
Edgewater. Forge pb, 1998 [Idaho]
CLAMP, H(ELEN) M(ARY) E(LIZABETH). Pseudonym: Irena Karlova, q.v.
CLEARY, JON (STEPHEN)
-The Climate of Courage. [Australia, New Guinea, WWII]
COLLINS, COLIN. Add pseudonym: Singleton Pound, q.v.
COLLINS, MAX ALLAN (JR.)
Ms. Tree. Correct publisher from Renegade to PaperJacks pb
CONLEY, ROBERT J(ACKSON)
Killing Time. Delete (a standard western)
CONNELL, RICHARD (EDWARD). Born in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; began writing for the Poughkeepsie News-Press while a child and rose to city editor; graduated from Harvard; reporter and advertising copywriter; novelist, prolific short story writer and screenwriter.
-Apes and Angels. Film (based on “A Friend of Napoleon”): Fox, 1929, as Seven Faces (scw: Dana Burnet; dir: Berthold Viertel)
Variety. Film (based on “The Most Dangerous Game”): New World, 1973, as The Woman Hunt (scw: David Hoover; dir: Eddie Romero). Also: Beyond Infinity, 1987, as Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity (scw & dir: Ken Dixon). Also: Action International, 1988, as Deadly Prey (scw & dir: David A. Prior). Also: Pure Gold, 1989, as Lethal Woman (scw: Gabriel Elias, Michael Olson; dir: Christian Marnham)
CONNELL, VIVIAN. Self-educated Irish playwright and novelist, born in Cork.
War Moon. Correct publication date to: 1987
COTTERELL, BRIAN. Aylward Edward Dingle, 1879-1947. (Correcting birth date.)
CRAUFORD, W(ILLIAM) H(AROLD) LANE. 1885-1954. Birth name: William Harold Lane Craxford.
A Man’s Shadow. SC: Freddie Hilliard
CRAWFORD, OLIVER. Oliver Kaufman, 1917-2008.
CRICHTON, (JOHN) MICHAEL. 1942-2008.
CRUMLEY, JAMES. 1939-2008.
CULLINAN, THOMAS (P.). Add: Born and died in Cleveland; educated at Western Reserve University.
CUNNINGHAM, A(LBERT) B(ENJAMIN)
The Affair at the Boat Landing. (Title correction.)
CURTIS, JACK. Add pseudonym: Alan Pascoe, q.v.
-The Dividing-Line. Kelly (London), 1913
D’ALTON, LOUIS LYNCH. 1900-1951.
Death Is So Fair. Heinemann, 1936; Doubleday, 1938 [Dublin]
DAWSON, ROGER. 1940- .
Emerald Aphrodite. Kyriakou pb (Cyprus), 1991 [Cyprus]
DAY, WILL B.
Bravo 9. [Cuba]
DE GRAZIA, EDWARD. 1927- . Pseudonym: Edward Grace; see James Wakefield Burke, 1916- .
Poison at Plessis. [France]
DELVES-BROUGHTON, JOSEPHINE. 1916-1975.
DINGLE, AYLWARD EDWARD. 1879-1947. (Correcting birth date.) Birth name: Alfred Edward Dingle.
DOGBERRY. Possibly pseudonym of Andrew White Tuer, 1838-1900. (Correction.)
DUNCAN, LEE. Pseudonym of Lawrence Block, 1938- , q.v. Other pseudonyms: Chip Harrison, Paul Kavanagh, qq.v. See also: William (Thomas) Ard, 1922-1960; and: Jack Hitt, 1957- ; and: Cornell (George Hopley) Woolrich, 1903-1968.
Fidel Castro Assassinated. Also published as: Killing Castro, as by Lawrence Block. Hard Case pb, 2008
DURANT, ISADORE. Pseudonym of an anthropologist turned crime writer.
EDWARDS, RACHELLE. Brenda Castle (deleting middle name and dates.)
ELKINGTON, E(RNEST) WAY. 1872-1935.
ELLINGER, (ALEXANDER) GEOFFREY. 1904-1990.
EVANS, KATHLEEN [KAY] BRIDGET TREACY. Joint pseudonym with (Edwin) Stuart (Gomer) Evans, 1934-1994, q.v.: Hugh Tracy, q.v.
EVANS, (EDWIN) STUART (GOMER). Joint pseudonym with Kathleen [Kay] Bridget Treacy Evans: Hugh Tracy, q.v.
FAIRMAN, PAUL W.
“Coffy.” (Show title thus.) [Los Angeles]
FAULEY, WILBUR FINLEY
-Jenny Be Good. [New York City] Silent film: Realart, 1920 (scw: Julie Crawford Ivers; dir: William Desmond Taylor)
Requiem for a Nun. Random, 1951; Chatto, 1953. (Corrections.) For play version, see Ruth Ford.
FERRAND, GEORGIA. Brenda Castle (deleting middle name and dates).
FIELDHOUSE, WILLIAM (LAWRENCE). 1952- .
FIELDS, JOSEPH (ALBERT). 1895-1966. Ref: CA.
-The Ponder Heart, with Jerome Chodorov, 1911-2004, q.v. Random, 1956 (3-act play version of the novel by Eudora Welty, 1909-2001, q.v.)
Take All You Can Get. Delete (not criminous)
FITT, MARY. SC: Dr. Fitzbrown = F; Mr. Pitt = P.
Clues for Christabel. Add SC: F
Death and Mary Dazill. Add SC: F
The Man Who Shot Birds and other tales of mystery and detection. SC P in: The Gold-Crested Wrens \ Like a Queen \ The Lost Sheep \ The Man Who Shot Birds \ Murder Will Out \ The Professor’s Chair \ The Retired Printer \ The Thursday Phone-Calls. SC F also in: A Death in the Black-Out \ The Unstitched Hand
Mizmaze. Add SC: F
Requiem for Robert. Add SC: F
FORD, RUTH (ELIZABETH). 1915- .
Requiem for a Nun. Random, 1959. (3-act play version of the novel by William Faulkner, 1897-1962, q.v.)
FOXALL, RAYMOND (JEHOIADA CAMPBELL). 1916-2006.
The Silver Goblet. [Scotland, 1808] (Setting correction.)
FRANKLAND, EDWARD PERCY
The Mystery at Grimsdale. [England]
GAMMON, DAVID J(OHN). 1904-1996.
The Puppet-Masters. [London, New York City, Europe]
GATES, H(ENRY) L(EYFORD). Add pseudonym: Dorine Manners, q.v.
GAUNT, ARTHUR NETTLETON. 1906-1978.
GELLER, MICHAEL (R.)
Disco Death Beat. [New York City]
GILBERT, MICHAEL (FRANCIS)
The Danger Within. Also published as: Danger Within. Pan, 1959
The Kukri Killer. [London]
GLAZNER, JOSEPH MICHAEL
Fast Money Shoots from the Hip. [Toronto, Canada]
The Vicar of Dunkerly Briggs, and other short stories. (Title spelling correction.)
GOODWIN, TIM. Has worked as a local journalist, freelance writer, history teacher, and in the theatre; living in Dorset; has written children’s, local history, natural history and theatre books.
GORDON, JAN. Birth name: Godfrey Jervis Gordon.
GORE, WILLIAM. Pseudonym of Jan Gordon, born Godfrey Jervis Gordon, 1882-1944.
GRACE, EDWARD. Pseudonym of Edward De Grazia, 1927- , an attorney specializing in human rights litigation; a playwright; Professor of Law at Yeshiva University in Manhattan until retirement in 2006. See: James Wakefield Burke, 1916- .
GREENE, MYLES. Pseudonym of Leo Macarow, 1928-2000.
Ajax, Master Spy, and other short stories. Greenview (Illinois), 1995
A Checkmate by the Colonel. Add SC: Jim Furlong
A Gambit for Mr. Groode. Add SC: Jim Furlong
The Pinned Man. Add SC: William Pepper
Red Pawns. Add SC: William Pepper
GROVE, FRED (ERICK HERRIDGE). 1913-2008.
HALL, ROGER (WOLCOTT). 1919-2008.
The Miramar Mystery. Fleetway pb, 1966 [England]
HAMILTON, NAN. Nanoni Patricia Maude Hamilton Ball, 1917- .
HANDLEY, LEONARD (MOURANT HAY). 1890-1970.
HANSHEW, MARY E.
The Frozen Flames. (Title correction.) Note: The U.S. edition is shorter and has otherwise been rewritten.
HARPER, E. M.
The Assassin. [Paris, Vienna]
The Sign of the Knotted String. [England]
HARRIS, MAX F.
Sister Act. [South]
HARRISON, CHIP. Add pseudonym: Lee Duncan, q.v.
HARSENT, DAVID. Add pseudonym: Alan Pascoe, q.v.
HART, ROY (BRIAN). 1930-1995.
HAYLES, KENNETH. Born in Cowes, Isle of Wight; emigrated to Australia ca.1948 but back in England 1952-1964; worked in a variety of positions in England and Australia; author of a radio play and screen plays for films and television.
The Long Reach. [Australia]
A Corsair of the Sky. Henderson pb, 1912
HEBERDEN, M(ARY) V(IOLET). Add: only child of rector Charles Lewis Heberden, who died when she was five (and from whom she got part of her pseudonym, Charles L. Leonard–the Leonard came from her mother’s maiden name); she started acting career at age 16 in London; later in several plays in New York City; author of an early television script.
HILLERMAN, TONY. 1925-2008.
HITCHCOCK, LYDIA. House name.
The Geneva Touch. (By Jennifer Mary Chapman, 1950- .)
HOARE, TONY. 1938-2008. Bank robber turned writer for television.
HOLMS, JOYCE. Born and raised in Glasgow; living in Edinburgh; variously employed with a detective agency, and as a hotel manager, B&B operator.
Passport to Death. [France]
HOPKINS, A. T. Pseudonym of Marie Antoinette (Annette) Turngren. (Giving real name in full.)
HOPKINS, STANLEY, JR. Add biographical information: Blythe Morley Brennan, the fourth daughter of Christopher Morley, went on to write documentary films and later, to being an editor with Reader’s Digest Book Club. (Note that Inspector Stanley Hopkins is a fictional character, a Scotland Yard detective in the Sherlock Holmes stories by Arthur Conan Doyle.)
HUGHES, BABETTE (PLECHNER)
Murder in Church. Replace [church] with [hotel]
HULTMAN, HELEN JOAN
Murder in the French Room. [Midwest]
HUNTER, JOHN. Joint pseudonym of Maud Lily Hunter, 1910-1988, and her husband John Edward Hunter, 1909-2005. SC: Michael Graham, in both titles, intended for younger readers.
Michael Graham, Police Cadet. Victory Press (London), 1959
Michael Graham, Police Constable. Victory Press (London), 1962
HUNTER, JOHN EDWARD. 1909-2005. Joint pseudonym with wife Maud Lily Hunter, 1910-1988: John Hunter, q.v.
HUNTER, MAUD LILY. 1910-1988. Joint pseudonym with husband John Edward Hunter, 1909-2005: John Hunter, q.v.
HYAMS, JOE. 1923-2008.
INMAN, H(ERBERT) ESCOTT. 1860-1915. (Correcting death date.)
JACOBS, T(HOMAS) C(URTIS) H(ICKS)
The Curse of Khatra. [England, London]
JAMES, GODFREY WARDEN. 1888-1963.
Mistress of Fear. [Chicago]
JOBSON, HAMILTON. SC: Insp./Supt. Matt Anders (adding first name).
JOHNSTON, VELDA. Delete CA reference.
JONES, ARTHUR E(DWIN)
It Makes You Think. [New Zealand?]
JONGERTH-ARNOTHY, IRENE CHRISTINE. Delete entry.
KALU, PETER. Translator, glass collector and street busker turned poet, novelist, playwright and script writer; has a degree in law and further qualifications in software programming; living in Hulme, England.
KARLOVA, IRENA. Pseudonym of H(elen) M(ary) E(lizabeth) Clamp, 1892-1973, q.v.
KAUFMAN, OLIVER. 1917-2008.
KAVANAGH, PAUL. Add pseudonym: Lee Duncan, q.v.
KEENAN, WILLIAM. Novelist, journalist (TV critic, feature writer and investigative journalist for the “Daily Mirror” for many years) and playwright (especially for BBC radio).
KELLY, FLORENCE FINCH. Add: Graduated from University of Kansas; newspaper reporter, columnist and feature writer.
The Black Castle. Show publication date as: 1931
The Tenant of Smugglers’ Rock. (Title correction.)
KIRBY, DALLAS. David J(ohn) Gammon, 1904-1996.
KNOTT, BILL. 1927-2008.
KNOTT, WILLIAM CECIL, JR. 1927-2008.
LAYLAND-BARRATT, FRANCES. 1864-1953. Birth name: Fanny Layland. (Correcting birth date.)
LEVETT, ROBIN. 1925-2008.
-Alice and Sin. Hudson (Australia), 1998 [Melbourne]
-Yesterday Came Suddenly. Collins, 1975
LEYFORD, HENRY. Add pseudonym: Dorine Manners, q.v.
LEYLAND, ERIC (ARTHUR)
Skeleton in the Cupboard. Macdonald, 1946 [England]
LINDSAY, KATHLEEN (MARY)
LORD, GABRIELLE (CRAIG)
Feeding the Demons. Hodder (Australia & London), 1999 (Show publisher thus.)
LOWNDES, MARIE BELLOC. SC: Hercules Popeau = HP.
A Labour of Hercules. HP
The Lonely House. HP
LUCAS, NETLEY (EVELYN). 1903-1940.
The Shadow. SC: Lamont Cranston
McALINDEN, GERARD. Pseudonym: Gerard Mac, q.v.
No Judges’ Rules. [London]
McDONALD, GREGORY (CHRISTOPHER). 1937-2008.
MACDONALD, JOHN ROSS
The Drowning Pool. Note: U.S. reprints are as by Ross Macdonald.
Jump for Glory. [London]
McGIVERN, WILLIAM P(ETER)
The Seven File. Also published as: The #7 File. PB, 1957
MacISAAC, FRED(ERICK JOHN)
The Murder Special. [New York City]
MACKERSEY, IAN. (Show name thus.) Former journalist and head of film and television production at British Airways in London; biographer and film maker in New Zealand.
Bargain in Blood. [London]
Broken Toy. [London, Oxford]
Canvas Jungle. [London]
Dark Frontier. Add [Eastern Europe]
Fatal Curtain. Correct to: Final Curtain. [London]
Find Me a Killer. [London]
Mask of Fury. [Birmingham]
Redhead for Danger. [London]
Touch of Evil. [Scotland]
MACAROW, LEO. 1928-2000. Pseudonym: Myles Greene, q.v.
MAC, GERARD. Pseudonym of Gerard McAlinden.
Mysteries of Black Valley. Note: Contains 2 untitled novelets spread across the 27 chapters.
MANNERS, DORINE. Pseudonym of H(enry) L(eyford) Gates, 1880-1937, q.v. Other pseudonym: Henry Leyford, q.v.
MARSHALL, MARGUERITE MOOERS. Add: Graduate of Tufts University; columnist for two New York City dailies from 1922 until 1945.
The Campion Diamonds. (Deleting the dash.)
MAYHEW, MARGARET. Born in London; living on the Welsh borders; married to aviation novelist Philip Kaplan.
MAYO, GAEL (ELTON). 1923-1992. Born in Sydney, Australia; lived also in the U.S., England, France and Spain; journalist, painter and novelist; published an autobiography, “The Mad Mosaic.”
MENDELSOHN, ROBERT. Author and publisher of Prion Books and “a widely travelled entrepreneur whose businesses range from gold mining in Eastern Europe to exporting Scotch whiskey to Japan.”
MERLAND, OLIVER. Add pseudonym: Singleton Pound, q.v.
METHLEY, VIOLET M(ARY). 1882- . (Correcting birth date.)
MISENHEIMER, MIKE. See: Art Powers.
MORLAND, NIGEL. Birth name: Carl Van Biene. Add pseudonym: Nigel Van Biene, q.v.
MURRAY, MAX(WELL ALEXANDER). (Correcting middle name.)
The Right Honourable Corpse. U.S. title: The Right Honorable Corpse
Wait for a Corpse. (Title correction.)
The Straight Man. [Florida]
NETTLETON, ARTHUR. Arthur Nettleton Gaunt, 1906-1978. Born in Bradford, Yorkshire; author of feature material, often for children’s publications, but also for the ‘Yorkshire Evening Post’, etc.
The House of a Thousand Candles. Show British edition as: Gay & Bird, 1906 (Correction.)
NOLAN, FREDERICK (WILLIAM)
No Place to Be a Cop. SC: Joe Petrosino [New York City, 1878]
The Coadjutor. [England] (Deleting the dash.)
OWEN, PATRICK TUDOR
A Fisherman Dies. [England]
PAIGE, LESLIE. SC: Ellen Mardon, in at least those marked EM.
A House Possessed. EM
Queen of Hearts. (by Norman Rubington, 1921-1991.) EM
She Walks in Shadow. EM
PARTRIDGE, SYDNEY. Partridge is the pseudonym of Kate Mountfort Partridge Stone. (Correction.)
PASCOE, ALAN. Pseudonym of David Harsent, 1942- . Other pseudonym: Jack Curtis, q.v.
PERRIAM, WENDY (ANGELA). Delete CA reference.
PETERSON, JOHN CARLOS KENNEDY. 1876-1955.
PIRIE, DAVID (TARBAT)
Mystery Story. [England]
The Mill. Hodder, 1942 [England]
POUND, SINGLETON. Pseudonym of Oliver Merland, q.v. Other pseudonym: Colin Collins, q.v.
Hercules Jack. Henderson pb, 1912
POWERS, ART and MIKE MISENHEIMER
Framed. Pinnacle. 1974. Film: Paramount, 1975 (scw: Mort Briskin; dir: Phil Karlson)
POYER, DAVID C(HARLES)
The Only Thing to Fear. (As by David Poyer.)
Bed of Nails. [England]
REDWOOD, ROSALINE. Pseudonym of Marjory Charlotte Jefcoate Staples, 1910-1998.
A.S.F.: The Story of a Great Conspiracy. [London]
RICHARDSON, NORVAL. 1877-1940.
Third and Last. Jenkins, 1934
Magnet for Murder. [France]
Four Corpses in a Million. [England]
ROWE, JOHN G(ABRIEL)
The Roped Square. Mellifont pb, 1941 [England, London]
Spies of the Secret Police. Show publisher/date as: Henderson pb, 1912
Hive of Bees. Delete SC
ROYNESDAL, JOHN. Graduate of CCNY; taught English in Connecticut for 34 years; retired to Hawaii.
The Devereaux Inheritance. 
RYAN, R. R. Pseudonym of Evelyn Bradley, 1883-1950. Other pseudonym: Cameron Carr, q.v. (Corrections.) A theatrical manager born in Waterloo, Lancashire; lived mostly in Hove, Sussex.
-The Stars I Kneel To. Jenkins, 1939
SAUNDERS, MONTAGU. 1857- . A solicitor in London in the 1900s.
SCHABELITZ, R(UDOLPH) F(REDERIC). Willetta Ann Barber [Willetta Ann Barber Smith], 1911-1977.
SCOTT, J(OHN) D(ICK)
The Pretty Penny. Eyre, 1963 [Africa]
SEATON, KAY. Pseudonym of the daughter of Evelyn Bradley, 1883-1950, who wrote as Cameron Carr and R. R. Ryan, qq.v.
SENNOCKE, T. J. R. Pseudonym of Thomas James Rudkin, 1900-1970s. (Correction.)
SIGNORE, DA DUE. See: Anonymous (“Greystone Grange”).
Condorman. (Novelization of film; see The Game of X, by Robert Sheckley, 1928-2005, for film credits.)
SINBAD. Aylward Edward Dingle, 1879-1947. (Correcting birth date.)
SMALL, N. J.
The Evil She Did. Pearson pb, 1952 [England]
Fear and the Dead Man. [London, Paris, Bucharest]
SNELL, EDMUND. 1889-1972.
Swell Garrick. [London]
STAPLES, MARJORY CHARLOTTE JEFCOATE STAPLES. 1910-1998. Pseudonym: Rosaline Redwood, q.v.
STEVENSON, BURTON E(GBERT)
The Storm-Center. (Show title thus.) British title: The Storm-Centre.
STONE, KATE MARGARET PARTRIDGE. Correct to: KATE MOUNTFORT PARTRIDGE STONE.
STORM, MAX. Pseudonym (but not of Sydney J. Bounds). (Correction.)
Tales of Terror. Correct title to: Poe’s Tales of Terror. (Note: The film version is based on these Poe ss: The Black Cat \ The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar \ Morella.)
SULLIVAN, SEAN MEI
SuperManChi. (Show title thus.) Film: Golden Harvest, 1973, as Lie Ri Kuang Feng; released in the U.S. as Super Man Chu (scw: Yang Hsiang).
SULLY, KATHLEEN (M.)
-Merrily to the Grave. Delete (not criminous)
TAYLOR, BERT L(ESTON). Add: Columnist for the Chicago Journal (“A Little About Everything”) and the Chicago Tribune (“A Line o’ Type or Two”).
TAYLOR, P(HILIP) N(EVILLE) W(ALKER). 1903-1964.
TAYLOR, ROBERT (WILLIAM)
Whiplash, as by R. W. Taylor.
TAYLOR, (PHILIP NEVILLE) WALKER. 1903-1964.
THOMPSON, (CHARLES) VANCE. SC: Mr. Guelpa (Doctor Jules Marie Guelpa) = G. (Show SC thus.)
TRACY, HUGH. Joint pseudonym of (Edwin) Stuart (Gomer) Evans, 1934-1994, q.v., and Kathleen [Kay] Bridget Treacy Evans. (Correction.)
The V.I.P. [London]
Afternoon of a Counterspy. [London, Athens]
TUER, ANDREW WHITE. 1838-1900. Possible pseudonym: Dogberry, q.v.
You Can’t Escape Me. [Los Angeles] (Deleting the dash.)
VINCENT, LADY KITTY (EDITH BLANCHE)
Dark and Deep. Jenkins, 1945 [England, Europe]
WAINWRIGHT, JOHN (WILLIAM). SC: correct Ditton-Emmett to: Dilton-Emmet.
WALLACE, (RICHARD HORATIO) EDGAR
The Dark Eyes of London. [London]
WELTY, EUDORA. 1909-2001. Ref: CA. See also: Joseph (Albert) Fields, 1895-1966.
-The Ponder Heart. Harcourt, 1954; H. Hamilton, 1954 [South]
WICK, STUART MARY
Where’s Mr. Bellamy. Also published as by Mary Fitt: Ian Henry, 1976
WILLIAMSON, LESLIE. 1922-2006.
WILTSHIRE, DAVID. Dental surgeon living in Bedfordshire.
Doolie’s Private Goddess. Paperback Library, 1964. Also published as: Up-Tight. Paperback Library, 1967 [New York City]
WISHART, (AGNES) GERTRUDE [NANCY]. 1904-1985. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland.
WISHART, NAN. Gertrude (Agnes) Wishart, 1904-1985.
WOOD, (SAMUEL) ANDREW
Street Paved with Water. Delete here (correctly listed under Robin Temple)
WOODGATE, M(ILDRED) V(IOLET)
The Silver Mirror. [England, 1860]
WOODTHORPE, R(ALPH) C(ARTER)
A Dagger of Fleet Street. [London]
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