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ABBOTT, GEORGE (FRANCIS). (Adding middle name.) Born in Forestville, New York; died in Miami, Florida.
ABRAHAM, C(LEMENT ERWIN) S(IMON). 1889- . A dental surgeon. Pseudonym: C. E. Simon, q.v.
ABRAHAM, JOSEPH J. (JR.). 1906-1987. Lived and died in New Orleans; attended Loyola Law School. (Correcting the dates.)
ABSHIRE, RICHARD K. William R(outh) Clair, 1943-2000.
ACLAND, BALDWYN DYKE. Birth name: Baldwin John Dyke Acland.
Welcome Home. (Show title thus; no exclamation point.)
ADELER, MAX. Charles Heber Clark, 1841-1915. (Correcting middle name and birth date.)
AGARD, H. E.
The Assassin. [Europe]
AGNUS, ORME. John Charles Higginbotham, 1866-1919. Lived in Wareham, Dorset.
AGRY, ED. Lives on the Continent and has a lifetime of experience in international journalism.
Assault Force: O’Reilly. [Johannesburg]
Blowtorch: O’Reilly. Correct to: O’Reilly: Blowtorch. [Germany]
AINSWORTH, MILO. Pseudonym of John Peter Fison, 1929-1969.
Murder Is Catching. [London, Monte Carlo]
AITKEN, ROBERT. 1872-1935(?).
ALAN, A. J. Leslie Harrison Lambert, 1883-1941. (Correcting death date.)
ALDRICH, ANNIE CHARLOTTE CATHARINE. 1842-1916.
Copacabana Stud. [Brazil, Arizona]
Up Tight. [Portugal]
ALLEN, ROBERT. Allen Robert Dodd, 1887-1947. Born in New York City; died in Norwalk, Connecticut.
ANDERSON, DAVID LECHMERE. ca.1860-1934. Pseudonym: David Lechmere, q.v.
ANDERSON, JESSICA (MARGARET QUEALE). 1916-2010.
ANDRAU, MARIANNE. Pseudonym of Suzanne Wascat, 1905-1998.
ANDRE, R(ICHARD). G. Leitch Walker was the pseudonym of George Goodyear, 1842-1907.
ANDREWS, CYRIL BRUYN. 1885-1948? Pseudonym: Jean Mortola, q.v.
The Spirit of Turretville; or, The Mysterious Resemblance. R. Dutton (London), 1800 (Corrected entry.)
ARLEY, CATHERINE. Pseudonym of Pierrette-Henriette Pernot, 1924-1990.
Dead Man’s Bay. (Translation of “Tu Vas Mourir,” 1953.)
ASHBROOKE, HARRIETTE. Born in Manhattan, Kansas; died in Scottsbluff, Nebraska; graduated from University of Nebraska; newspaperwoman in Nebraska, Canada, Massachusetts and New York.
ASHBY, R(UBIE) C(ONSTANCE)
Death on Tiptoe. Show publication date as 1931
ASHTON, MARK. Pseudonym of Mary Nicholls Daubeney Fitzherbert White Ashton, 1819-1910.
ASHTON, MARY NICHOLLS DAUBENEY FITZHERBERT WHITE. 1819-1910. Pseudonym: Mark Ashton, q.v.
AUDOY, MICHELLE. Pseudonym (?): Michelle Cambards, -1989.
BAANTJER, (ALBERT CORNELIUS). 1923-2010.
BAILEY, H(ENRY) C(HRISTOPHER)
Clue for Mr. Fortune. (Show British title thus, i.e., no “A”)
BAIN, GRAHAM WARD. 1891-1954.
BAINBRIDGE, BERYL (MARGARET). 1933-2010. (Correcting birth date.)
BALAJI, OMOSEYE. 1968- . Born in Ibadan, Nigeria.
BARCLAY, VERA. 1893-1989. Pseudonym (apparently): Hugh Chichester, q.v.
BARKER, ROBERT JOSEPH F(ARRINGTON?). 1915-1994. Pseudonym: Robert Farrington, q.v.
BARNETT, JOHN. John Reginald Stagg, 1878-1916.
BARR, DENNIS. Felix Charles Denny, 1902-1959.
BARRETT, MICHAEL (JOHN)
The Man on the Spike. (Title correction.) [Venezuela]
Zakari’s Skull. [Middle East]
BATESON, DAVID. 1919-1998. (Correcting birth date.)
BAYNE, ISABELLA (FLORENCE). 1913-2001.
BAYNE-POWELL, ISABELLA (FLORENCE). 1913-2001.
Hand of the Mafia. Add British edition: Gold Medal (U.K.), 1959
Meet Morocco Jones. Add British edition: Gold Medal (U.K.), 1959
Meet Morocco Jones in the Case of the Syndicate Hoods. Delete (same as Meet Morocco Jones, q.v.)
The Peeping Tom Murders. Add British edition: Gold Medal (U.K.), 1959
BEAMES, CAPTAIN D(AVID). ca.1863- . Born in India.
BEAUFORD, TOM. John Sligo, 1944-2010.
BECKE, N. H. Delete.
BECKH, NANCY HELEN. 1903-1981. Pseudonym: Noreen Bond, q.v.
BECKMAN, CHARLES, JR. [CHARLES BOECKMAN, JR.]. 1920- . (Corrections.)
BEER-HOFFMAN, GABRIEL. 1901-1971. Pseudonym: G(abriel) S. Marlowe, q.v.
BENNETT, CHARLES (ALFRED SELYN). (Correcting middle name.)
BENNETT, DOROTHY [DOROTHY EVELYN BENNETT KEWLEY]. 1902-1992. Born in Ensenada, Baja California [Mexico]; died in Los Angeles; was in class of 1925 at University of California, Berkeley.
BENSON, BEN(JAMIN). 1913-1959. (Correcting birth date.)
BENTLEY, JOHN. Pseudonym of Cecil Frederick Giglio, 1908- . (Removing the word “possibly.”)
BENTT, DARWYN. See: Darwyn Byntt.
BERT, CLAUDETTE. Note: French editions published under the byline Claude-Andree Bert, a pseudonym.
BIGGERS, EARL DERR
-Love Insurance. (Adding the dash.)
BISIGNANO, FRANK JAMES. 1939-2001. Pseudonyms: Rugio F. Vitale, and Omar Fletcher, q.v.
BLADEN, RICHARD CHARLES. 1929-1998. Pseudonym: Anthony Dekker, q.v.
BLAND, ELEANOR TAYLOR. 1944-2010.
BLAU, ERIC. 1921-2009.
BLISS, TIP. Tyler Howe Bliss. (Adding middle name.) Prize-winning news photographer.
BLISS, TYLER HOWE. (Adding middle name.)
BLITCH, FLEMING LEE. Add pseudonym: Norman Conway, q.v.
BLOCK, LAWRENCE. Add pseudonyms: Anne Campbell Clark, Gary Corbin, qq.v.
BLOCKLINGER, JEANNE. Add pseudonym: Juliet Mann, q.v.
Funeral for a Physicist. [England]
BOLAND, (BERTRAM) JOHN. SC: change John George Norman Hyde to: The Gentlemen.
The Jewels of Sin. No SC
BONAVIA, DAVID. John Byron, 1947- .
BOND, EVELYN. Add pseudonym: Simon Wolf, q.v.
BOND, NOREEN. Pseudonym of Nancy Helen Beckh, 1903-1981. (Correction.)
BORDAGES, ASA (CYRUS). (Adding middle name.) Playwright and author.
BOSCAWEN, LINDA. Pseudonym of Anabel Doreen Boscawen Smithells, 1900-1987.
BOST, PIERRE. 1901-1975. (Correcting death date.)
BOTEIN, BERNARD. Born in New York City; worked his way through Morris High School, City College, and Brooklyn Law School; served in WWI; became Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan in 1929; general attorney for the State Insurance Fund in 1938; named to the state Supreme Court in 1941; Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division First Department until 1968, when he retired to join the law firm of Botein, Hays, Sklar & Herzberg.
BOURJAILY, VANCE (NYE). 1922-2010.
BOVEE, DORIS HUME. 1914-1982. Pseudonym: Doris Hume, q.v.
BOWMAN, JEANNE. Add pseudonym: Juliet Mann, q.v.
Death Works to Rule. [England, future]
BOYD, (JAMES) AUBREY (FAIR). 1890-1945. (Corrected entry.)
BRAY, SANDRA. Pseudonym of Marie-Madeleine Chantel.
BRETT, JOHN MICHAEL
A Plague of Dragons. First published as by Michael Brett, so move to that entry. Also published as by John Michael Brett: Pan pb, 1966
The Squeeze. Add British edition: Priory pb, ca.1973
BRIERLEY, DOREEN M. COLLARD. 1950- . Pseudonym: Teresa Collard, q.v.
BRODIE, JOHN. 1905-1954. Pseudonym: John Guthrie, q.v.
The Cummings Report. Also published as by Christopher Hodder-Williams: Hodder pb, 1961
BROOKE, HUGH (FELIX CONRAD). Birth name: Hugh Felix Conrad Von Bohr.
BROOKS, RAYMOND. ca.1948- .
BROWN, EUGENE STUART. Pseudonym: E. B. Stuart, q.v.
BROWN, (DONALD) WENZELL. Pseudonym: Francine Wenzell.
Gang Girl. British title: Must I Die? Digit pb, 1959, as by Francine Wenzell
Must I Die?; see Gang Girl
A Coffin for Isa. (Translation of “Un Sarcophage pour Isa,” Paris, 1953.)
Top Secret. (Translation of “OSS117 Top Secret,” Paris, 1954.)
BUCHANAN, EILEEN-MARIE DUELL. 1922-2010. Add pseudonym: Alison Cairns, q.v.
BUCK, PETER. Add pseudonym: C. J. Floyd, q.v.
BULL, MARY KATHRYN THOMAS JARBOE. 1868-1929. (Spell second name thus.)
The Boys. Pan pb, 1962 (Novelization of film: Galaworldfilm, 1962; scw: Stuart Douglas; dir: Sidney J. Furie.)
BURNHAM, HELEN. 1895-1964.
BURNS, B(ERNARD) K. 1881-1937. Born in New York; died in Boise, Idaho.
BURNS, RON(ALD G.). (Giving name more fully.)
BURONSON. Pseudonym of Yoshiyuki Okamura, 1947- .
BURRIDGE, DAVID. 1944- .
BURRUSS, L(EWIS) H(ENRY). 1942- .
BURTIS, (HENRY) THOMSON. 1896-1971. Add: former officer in Army Corps of Engineers; died in Santa Monica, California.
BURTON, E(RIC) L(ARRY). 1962- .
BURTON, MINA E(LIZABETH). ca.1839-1911.
BUSCH, (BRITTON) NIVEN. (Giving first name.)
BUSH, M(IRIAM R.) LLOYD. 1925- . (Deleting death date.)
BUSH, NANCY. 1953- .
BUSHNELL, ADELYN [ADELYN BUSHNELL BRADFORD]. 1893-1953.Actress, author and playwright born in Maine; died in Los Angeles.
Strange Gift. (Title correction.)
Centaurus Triangle. (Spelling correction.)
BUTLER, FAY W. 1928-2009.
BUTLER, J(OSEPHINE) MARJORIE. 1896- .
BUTLER, MICHAEL (PHILIP). (Adding middle name.)
BUTLER, WILLIAM VIVIAN
The Tyburn Talent, as by William Butler. Digit pb, 1961
BYERRUM, ELIOT. Ellen (D.) Byerrum, 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
BYERRUM, ELLEN (D.). 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
Agent of the Id. [Cuba]
BYERS, NORMAN R(ICHARD?). 1874(?)-1917(?).
BYNNT, DARWIN. Correct to: BYNTT, DARWYN
The Assassination of a British Prime Minister. Also published as by Darwyn Bentt. Spire, 2010
BYRD, CHARLES W. 1931-2003.
BYRDE, MARGARETTA. ca.1856(?)-1931(?).
BYRNES, THOMAS (F.). 1842-1910.
BYRNES, W(ILLIAM) P(ATRICK). 1928-2010.
BYRON, JOHN. 1947- .
BYRON, RONALD. Pseudonym of Montague J. Goldberg, 1924-2009, q.v., a cardiologist born in South Africa who died in Leicester, England.
-Hamilton Avenue. Add the dash and U.S. edition: Macmillan, 1958. Setting: South Africa.
C., W. E. Walter Edward Crisp, 1859-1933.
CADE, COULSON T(REGARTHEN). 1886-1957.
CADWELL, DOROTHY (DUCHEMIN?). 1910-1997(?).
CAHILL, JAMES. Pseudonym of (Dorothy) Eileen (Marsh) Heming, 1900-1948, q.v.
CAHILL, ROBERT (ELLIS). 1934-2005.
CAIN, MARY ANN. 1951- .
CAIRD, JANET (HINSHAW KIRKWOOD). 1913-1994.
CAIRNCROSS, C(HRISTOPHER) J. 1940- .
CAIRNS, ALISON. Pseudonym of Eileen-Marie Duell Buchanan, 1922-2010. Other pseudonyms: Clare Curzon, Rhona Petrie, qq.v.
CALDER, ROBERT. Add pseudonym: Julia Withers, q.v.
CALDWELL, (JEAN) ANNE. 1944- .
CALDWELL, GEORGE S. 1932-2007. Once owner of the Book Hampton book store in East Hampton, Long Island. Died in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Gristmill. [Long Island]
CALHOUN, CHARLES W(ILLIAM). 1878-1943. Born in Canada; died in Contra Costa, California.
CALLAWAY, (HALLIE) SLOANE (COUCH). 1887-1968. Born and died in Texas; graduate of University of Texas.
CAMBARDS, MICHELLE. -1989. (Also given as the pseudonym of Michelle Audoy.)
Rich Wine. Correct publisher from No Exit to: Weidenfeld, 1988
CAMERON, CHARLOTTE (WALES-ALMY). 1872-1946.
CAMERON, JANET. 1943- .
Surrogate Lover. Add British edition, listing first: Allen pb, 1988
CAMERON, JEREMY. 1947- .
CAMPBELL, LADY (PAMELA?)
Martin Tobin. [New Zealand]
CAMPBELL, ANN [DOROTHEA ANN CAMPBELL GRACE]. 1938- .
CAMPBELL, HARRIETTE R(USSELL). 1883-1950.
CAMPBELL, JAMES R(OBERT). 1948- . Has a Ph.D. in microbiology from San Diego State University
Genetic Jihad. (Title correction.)
CAMPBELL, LESLEY. Add: a former London Metal Exchange trader from Glasgow; has 20 years of experience in the metal markets.
CAMPBELL, REMCO (WOUTER). Correct (in Addenda) to: CAMPERT, REMCO (WOUTER)
CAMPBELL, RONALD (BRUCE). 1878-1963. Born in Madras, India; a fencer who participated in the 1920 Olympics.
CAMPERT, REMCO (WOUTER). Ref: CA.
CANDILARE, ANN ISABELLE
CANDLER, NOEL. Pseudonym of John Plunkett.
Satan in High Heels. Belmont, 1963 [New York City] (Novelization of film: Vega, 1962; scw: John T. Chapman; die: Jerald Intrator.)
CANFIELD, MIRIAM. Add pseudonym: Elizabeth McCrae, q.v.
CANNELL, J(OHN) C(LUCAS). 1899-1953.
CANON, RACHEL (SUSAN). 1944- .
CAPEWELL, M(ARK) A. (Adding first name.)
CAPIT, ELINE. 1921-1997.
CARDEN, PERCY T(HEODORE). 1885-1942.
CARDIFF, SARA. Louise DeCormier, 1928- .
The Vampire of the Andes. [Peru]
CAREY, DOUGLAS. Pseudonym of John Douglas Carey Dennis, 1886-1949(?). A Calgary, Canada, schoolteacher.
CARILLO, CHARLES. 1955- .
CARLETON, HAL H. (Adding the middle initial.)
CARLING, JOHN R(ATHBONE?). 1833(?)-1924(?).
Bullets Bite Deep. [Australia, 1860s]
CARLTON, CLARK (THOMAS). 1956- . (Correcting birth date.)
CARNELL, LOIS CHRISTIAN. 1913- . (Correcting birth date.)
Summer Magic at Summerset. Avalon, 1959
CARODINE, (CHARLES) KEN(NETH). (Giving name in full.)
CARPENTER, HELEN (ALDEN) K(NIPE). 1880(?)-1959.
CARPENTER, MARGARET [MARGARET SEYMOUR CARPENTER RICHARDSON]. 1893-1972(?).
Flight One. [airplane]
CARR, (TERRY) BLAIR. (Adding first name.)
Sitting Duck. Add [Majorca]
CARRINGTON, GLENDA. Karen Jane Glenn, 1948- . (Correcting the dates.) Poet who has read her verse on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered.”
The Lamp Burns with Blood. (Title correction.)
Goodbye Is Forever. [England, Berlin]
CARROLL, PERRY ORGAN. 1933- .
CARRUTHERS, NEIL (McLAREN?). 1905(?)-1985(?).
CARSON, HARLAND W. Pseudonym.
CARSTARPHEN, FRANK E(LLICE). 1871-1952. (Correcting death date.)
CARTER, HERBERT (E.). 1924-2009. Native of Tuskagee, Alabama.
CARTER, JANICE. Janice Hess, ca.1946- .
CARTER, JOHN. Pseudonym.
CARTER, JOHN L(OUIS JUSTIN). 1880-1959.
Reservoir of Fear. (Title correction.).
CARTER, MARY (ARKLEY). 1923- .
Berlin. Correct Tandem edition publication date to: 1969
Peking/The Tulip Affair. Correct Tandem edition publication date to: 1969
CARTON, HUGH. Pseudonym of “one of the leading clerics of our day.”
Deep Six. U.S. title: The Revenge. Contemporary (Chicago), 1978 [U.S.]
The Revenge; see Deep Six
CARTWRIGHT, RICHARD S. 1961- .
CARUSO, JOSEPH GEORGE. 1925-1993. (Deleting question mark.)
CARVER, JOHN (MADISON). (Correcting middle name.) Graduate of Southern Methodist University; licensed professional engineer.
Hardball Fever. [Texas]
Winning. Hard Times Cattle Co. (Texas), 1998 [Texas]
CASEY, KATHRYN. 1959(?)- . Living in Houston, Texas.
CASLEY, DENNIS (J.)
Death Understates. [Washington D.C.]
CASSERA, (MARY) NORA. 1884-1973.
CASSIDY, ANNE. Born in London; teacher turned full-time writer.
CASSINA, LOREN. Delete the entry (book apparently never published).
CASTIEAU, J(OHN) B(UCKLEY). 1868-1938.
CASTLE, JOHN. John William Garrod, 1922- .
CASTLEMAN, H(ENRY) C(HARLES) F(FUIDGE). 1873-1927.
CASTO, NICK [JOHN NICHOLAS CASTO]. (Giving name in full.)
CASWELL, ROBERT L.
Death Wore Skis. (Title correction.)
CATALAN, HENRI. Henri Dupuy-Mazuel, 1885-1962.
CATE, CHARLES (VICTOR). 1913-2006.
CATHER, GEORGE R. 1836-1913.
CATLOW, LESLIE. 1907(?)-1993(?).
CATTELL, EDWARD JAMES. 1856-1937.
CAUDWELL, VERA. 1892-1942.
CAUFFIEL, LOWELL (JOSEPH). (Adding middle name.)
CAUNTER, CYRIL F(RANCIS). 1899-1988.
The Children Are Gone. [New York City]
CAWSE, R(ALPH) T(HOMAS). Show name thus.
CAYLOR, O(LIVER) P(ERRY). 1849-1897.
The Fifty Million Hijack. [ship]
Fenacre Grange. [India]
CECILIONE, MICHAEL. 1958- . (Correcting birth date.)
CEDERBERG, (JOHN ALEC) FRED(ERIC). 1923-1999.
CHABREY, F(RANCOIS). Marcel Georges Pietre, 1922-1995. Marc-Joseph Waeber, 1920-1986.
CHADS, MRS. (ELLEN AUGUSTA)
Tracked by Bushrangers, and other stories. ss (with some crime): Floral Legends \ Ghost of Wanganilla \ Hugh MacKenzie’s Question \ Individual Work \ A Strange Sequel to a Ball \ Tracked by Bushrangers \ Value of Time \ Women’s Opportunities and Home Influences \ Work for the Master
CHADWICK, JOSELYN. Joseph L(ewis) Chadwick, 1909-1987.
CHADWICK, JOSEPH L(EWIS). 1909-1987. Born in York, Pennsylvania; died in Tampa, Florida. Author of numerous short stories, 130 novels, and nonfiction accounts of oil discoveries in Pennsylvania and of the Texas Rangers.
CHAMBERLAIN, ESTHER. 1879(?)-1965(?).
CHAMBERLAIN, PETER. 1903(?)-1954(?).
CHAMBERS, BARBARA. Becky Gardiner, 1886- .
CHAMPION, JESSIE. Pseudonym of Jessie Champion Mayell O’Kane, 1884-1975.
CHAMPNEYS, AMIAN LISTER. 1879-1951.
CHANDLER, NOEL. Delete.
CHANDLER, PETER. J(udith) L(ynn) Kornbluth, 1945- . L(uigi) M. DiFonzo. (Giving DiFonzo’s first name.)
CHANDLER, RANDY (F.). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.) T(imothy) Winter-Damon, 1949-2008.
CHANEY, J(EROME) D(AVID). (Giving middle name.)
CHANTEL, MARIE-MADELEINE. Pseudonym: Sandra Bray, q.v.
CHAPLIN, W. H. Correct to: CHAPLIN, W. N.
CHAPUT, W(IL) J(OSEPH). 1943- .
CHARBONEAU, M(ARY ANN) KENYON. 1951- . (Correcting birth date.)
CHARLES, GEORGE. Pseudonym of George Charles Tyler, 1904- . Other pseudonym/nickname: Froom Tyler, q.v.
CHARLES, IONA. Stanlee Miller Coy, 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
A Clash of Hawks. No SC (correction)
CHASE, JACK. Pseudonym of Dr. Kim Snyder, 1947(?)- . Living in the Seattle area.
CHAYTOR, H(ENRY) J(OHN). 1871-1954.
CHERNILO, CAPEL. Michael Andrews Morrison, ca.1854-1923.
CHESTER, ANN. Pseudonym of B. R. Levy.
CHETWYND, MRS. H. W. 1827-1901.
CHEVALIER, P(HIROSHAW) J(AMSETJEE). (Giving name in full.)
CHICHESTER, HUGH. Apparently pseudonym of Vera Barclay, 1892-1989.
CHILCOT, HARRIET [MRS. MEZIERE]. (Adding married name.)
CHILDAR, CATHARINE. Annie Charlotte Catharine Aldrich, 1842-1916.
CHING, DONALD S(TANLEY). 1912(?)- .
CHRISTIANSEN, NANCY (J.). 1939- . (Corrections.)
Appointment with Death. TV movie: ITV, 2008 (scw: Stewart Harcourt; dir: Philip Martin)
The Clocks. TV movie: ITV, 2009 (scw: Stewart Harcourt; dir: Charles Palmer)
Hallowe’en Party. TV movie: ITV, 2010 (scw: Mark Gatiss; dir: Charles Palmer)
The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side. TV movie: ITV, 2010 (scw: Kevin Elyot; dir: Tom Shankland)
Murder on the Orient Express. TV movie: ITV, 2010 (scw: Stewart Harcourt; dir: Philip Martin)
The Pale Horse. TV movie: ITV, 2010 (scw: Russell Lewis; dir: Andy Hay)
The Secret of Chimneys. TV movie: ITV, 2010 (scw: Paul Rutman; dir: John Strickland)
Thirteen Problems. TV movie (based on ss “The Blue Geranium”): ITV, 2010, as The Blue Geranium (scw: Stewart Harcourt; dir: Dave Moore)
Three-Act Tragedy. TV movie: ITV, 2010 (scw: Nick Dear; dir: Ashley Pearce)
CHRISTIE, LOUIS (DESMOND). 1890-1960. Lived in Scotland.
CHRISTOPHER, PAULA. Lynna A. Smith, 1949- .
CHRISTY, HELEN. Pseudonym of Helen Christy Harris, 1916-2005(?).
CHUKA, ULYSSES, II. Correct to: KIBUUKA, ULYSSES CHUKA. 1953- .
CHURCH, GRANVILLE. Pseudonym of Granville Church Poole, 1897-1963. (Correction.) Born in South Boston, Massachusetts; died in California.
Time to Prey. [Birmingham, England]
CHURCHWARD, W(ILLIAM) B(ROWN). 1844-1920.
CIRNI, JIM. James N. Cirnigliaro, 1937-2004.
CIRNIGLIARO, JAMES N. 1937-2004.
CLAIR, WILLIAM R(OUTH). 1943-2000.
CLANCY, GERTRUDE W. 1925- .
CLANDON, HENRIETTA. Add pseudonym: George Varney, q.v.
CLAPHAM, MARK. 1976- .
CLARE, ALYS. Elizabeth Harris, 1944- .
CLARE, T(OM). (Giving first name.)
CLARK, AL(BERT) W(ILLIAM). (Giving name in full.)
CLARK, ALAN D(ALE), M.D. 1951-2006.
CLARK, ANNE CAMPBELL. Pseudonym of Lawrence Block, 1938- , q.v. Other pseudonyms: Anne Campbell Clark, Gary Corbin, Chip Harrison, Paul Kavanagh, qq.v.
CLARK, CHARLES HEBER. 1841-1915. (Correcting middle name and birth date.)
CLARK, DAVID AARON. 1960-2009.
CLARK, FRANCES BETTY. 1916-2006. Born and died in Bristol, England.
CLARK, I(RA) WOODY. 1918-2000. (Not a pseudonym.)
CLARK, PHILIP. Raised in Plainfield, New Jersey; with the counter intelligence corps in WWII; lived in Charleston, West Virginia.
CLARK, ROBERT. George Armin Shaftel, 1903-1999. (Show name thus, correcting dates.)
CLARKE, AL(BERT) W(ILLIAM). 1886-1984. Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts; died in Iowa.
CLARKE, ALBERT G(ALLATIN), JR. 1861-1904.
CLARKE, ANTHONY. ca.1937- .
CLARKE, B(ENJAMIN) A(RCHIBALD). 1863-1954.
CLARKE, JAY. 1947- .
CLARKE, JOHN BOYD
Findings Is Keepings. Correct publication date to: 1927
CLARKE, KATE. 1940- .
CLARKE, T(HOMAS) KINGSTON. 1862-1941.
CLAUSSE, SUZANNE. ca.1915- . Romance writer and poet. Note: This is also given as the pseudonym of Suzanne Miclard.
CLAY, ROBERT (KEATING). Lived in Vancouver, Canada.
CLAYTON, ALANA. Linda D. Ward, 1950- . (Correcting birth date.)
CLEARY, JON. 1917-2010.
CLEESE, JOHN (MARWOOD). Joe McGrath, 1930- .
CLEMENS, NANCY. Pseudonym of Fern Elaine Nance Shumate, 1910-2003. (Correction.)
CLEMENTS, CALVIN (J., SR.). 1915-1997. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Jersey City, New Jersey; died in Tarzana, California.
CLEMOW, VALENTINE. Pseudonym of Ivy May Clemow, 1894- . An actress, born in Wandsworth, England; sometimes known as Valentine May Clemow.
-Stigma. [Los Angeles]
CLERC, YVON PAUL MARIE. Pseudonym: Ernie Clerk, q.v.
CLERK, ERNIE. Pseudonym of Yvon Paul Marie Clerc.
CLERY, WILLIAM EDWARD. 1861-1931.
CLEVELAND, CYNTHIA E(LOISE). Born in Canton, New York; lawyer, government clerk; educated at Howard University Law School.
CLEVELAND, JOHN. John Deane Hilton, 1855-1931(?).
CLEWS, ALAN. 1949- .
CLIFFORD, CHARLES L. Delete death date.
CLIFFORD, (ROBERT?) READ. 1904(?)- .
CLIFT, A(RTHUR) DENIS. (Adding first name.)
CLINTON, DANIEL JOSEPH. 1899-1993.
CLOUDESLEY, HUBERT. John Wrigglesworth, 1856-1903.
COBURN, LAURA (DALTON). 1936- .
COCKING, E(DWARD) TUSTING. 1901-1941.
Die with Me, Lady; see Weep No More, Lady
Weep No More, Lady. Canadian title: Die With Me, Lady
COCKRELL, (NANCY) AMANDA. (Adding first name.) Daughter of Frank Cockrell, 1906-1987, q.v., and Marian Cockrell, 1909-1999, q.v.
The Moonshine Blade. [Virginia]
COCKS, PAUL (ASHLEY). Mary Salter, 1907- .
CODY, STEPHEN (MICHAEL). 1957- .
COFFARO, KATHERINE. Pseudonym of Katherine (Catherine?) Kovacs, 1921(?)- .
Murder in a Cathedral City. [England, 1830s]
COGHER, MICHAEL EDWARD. 1938- .
COGHLAN, LIDA LAVINIA. 1860-1929.
COGSWELL, GEORGE RAE. 1925-1997.
COGSWELL, GEORGIA. George Rae Cogswell, 1925-1997.
COHEN, ELLIS A(VRUM). (Adding middle name.)
Madam Chairman. (Spelling correction.)
COHN, R(OBERT) J(AY). (Giving name in full.)
COLBECK, (REV.) ALFRED. 1836-1908.
The Star Trap. Add British edition: Muller pb, 1962
The Courier. [Dublin]
COLE, HARRY. 1930-2008.
COLE, K(ATHARINE) S. 1906-1972.
COLE, MARCIA MARTIN. 1948- .
COLE, MELLEN. Pseudonym.
COLE, R(OBERT) W(ILLIAM)
The Death Trap. [England]
COLERIDGE, GILBERT (JAMES DUKE). 1859-1953.
COLGROVE, DAVID (LEE). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
COLLARD, JACK MARLER. 1909-1995. Pseudonym: John Marlowe, q.v.
COLLARD, TERESA. Pseudonym of Doreen M. Collard Brierley, 1950- .
COLLENETTE, DONALD (ADOPHUS). 1911-1976. (Corrected dates.) Born in Hackney, London; died in Blyth, Suffolk; reporter for the Hackney Gazette in London.
COLLES, EDMUND. ca.1898- . Born in Dublin; living in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1931.
COLLIER, IRIS. Educated (in history) at Newnham College, Cambridge; taught creative writing in Chichester for some years; living in Boxgrove, England.
Deadly Feast. [England]
COLLIER, SIMON JAMES. 1967- .
A Likely Story. Add 
COLLINS, JACKSON. Possibly (Joseph Benjamin) Jackson Collins, 1939-2004.
COLLINS, JAMES H(IRAM). Add: journalist during WWI; staff member, U.S. Food Administration.
Ring of Death. [England]
COLLINS, ROBERT J. ca.1940- . Born and educated in the U.S.; long time resident of Japan.
COLLINS, STUART. House name.
Run for Your Life. (by Chris Moore.)
COLLINS, (ROBERT) THOMAS (JR.). 1947-2006. Born in Hartford, Connecticut; educated at Western Reserve University; reporter and public relations executive.
COLLIS, E. T.
Murder by Warrant. [England]
COLMACHE, G(EORGINA?) A. 1812(?)-1904(?).
COLQUHOUN, KEITH. 1927-2010.
COLSON, PERCY. (John) Douglas Hoare, 1875-1947(?).
COLWALL, JAMES. Gilbert Sheldon, 1870-1931.
-A Question of Confidence. Bles, 1969 [England, France, 1860s]
COMFORT, LUCY (ANN) RANDALL. 1836-1914.
COMPTON, C(HARLES?) G(EORGE?). 1851(?)-1911(?).
Wicked Thomasin Carey. (Title correction.)
COMYN, MARIAN. 1831(?)-1907(?).
COMYNS, MARIAN. Delete (book correctly listed under Marian Comyn).
CONDER, ARTHUR R(EIGNIER). 1875-1901. (Correcting middle name spelling.)
CONDON, PHIL(IP EUGENE). (Giving name in full.)
A Ruthless Avenger. [England] (Deleting the dash.)
CONNOLLY, EDWARD (J.). 1947- .
CONNOLLY, J. J(OHN)
Layer Cake. Film: Sony Pictures, 2004 (scw: J. J. Connolly; dir: Matthew Vaughn)
CONNORS, DON(ALD L.). (Show name thus.)
CONNORS, MATT. Pseudonym of Norman Dunk. Living in Linlithgow, Scotland.
CONNORS, THOMAS P. Paul (Franklyn) Glaser, 1926- .
CONRAD, PETER. 1948- . Ref: CA.
CONRAD, CAPT. THOMAS N(ELSON). 1837-1905.
CONROY, JANET. Joseph L(ewis) Chadwick, 1909-1987.
CONROY, RICHARD TIMOTHY. 1927-2010.
CONTY, JEAN-PIERRE. 1917-1984.
CONWAY, JOHN. Joseph L(ewis) Chadwick, 1909-1987.
CONWAY, NORMAN. House name.
The Omega Operation. (by Fleming Lee Blitch, 1933- , q.v.)
Operation Death. (by Mark Rush.)
CONWAY, ROBERT DAVID. 1949-2001. (Adding middle name; correcting birth date.)
CONWAY, ROSALEEN (D.). 1934- .
COOK, ALAN (LINCOLN). (Adding middle name.)
COOK, (HASWELL) CANFIELD. 1899-1952. Authority on aviation, born in Wallaceburg, Ontario; a Royal Canadian Air Force pilot; later a U.S. citizen; died in Victoria, British Columbia.
COOK, ELLA BOOKER. Born in Mississippi; moved to Houston, Texas.
COOK, GARY (JOSEPH). 1946- .
Graveyard Rules. [Montana]
COOK, MEIRA. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa; has Ph.D. from University of British Columbia; living in Winnipeg, Canada.
COOK, T(HEODORE) KENYON. 1897-1982. Born in Cleveland; died in Palm Beach, Florida; a real estate agent; served in Naval Reserve in WWI.
COOKE, DARWYN. ca.1962- .
The Hunter. IDW, 2009 (Graphic novel adaptation of the novel by Richard Stark, q.v.)
The Man with the Getaway Face. IDW, 2010 (Graphic novel adaption of the novel by Richard Stark, q.v.)
COOKE, JOSEPH COTTIN. 1902-1984. Born in New York City; died in Geneva, New York.
COON, JON. SC: Doc Holiday, in “Thief of the Night” and title below.
Blackwolf. Aqua QUEST PB, 1999
COOPER, ALAN. 1937- .
COOPER, BEN(JAMIN J.). (Giving name more fully.)
COOPER, DOUGLAS (ANTHONY). (Adding middle name.)
COOPER, JOHN C. Pseudonym of John James Croydon, 1907-1994.
COOPER, JOHN MURRAY. 1908-1991.
Fruiting Bodies. Add [hospital]
COOPER, RICK D. 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
COPEAU, JACQUES. Jean Croue, 1878-1952.
CORBIN, GARY. Pseudonym of Lawrence Block, 1938- , q.v. Other pseudonyms: Anne Campbell Clark, Chip Harrison, Paul Kavanagh, qq.v.
CORBY, RUTH ROSEMARY
Heart’s Romance. Correct to: Heart’s Haven.
Damned. Correct publisher/date to: Digit pb, 1959
CORDER, ERIC. Add pseudonym: Julia Withers, q.v.
CORDEUX, KATE MARION. 1855-1936.
The Crime Code; see Crime Zero
Crime Zero. Also published as: The Crime Code. Corgi pb, 2007
The Messiah Code; see The Miracle Strain
The Miracle Strain. Also published as: The Messiah Code. Corgi pb, 2006
CORKILL, LOUIS. 1895-1970. (Correcting the dates.) Born in Spring Valley, Illinois; his eyes were injured in WWI; lived in Butte, Montana, and described as a “blind Butte author” who compiled his book on 400 sheets of Braille; died in Little Ferry, New Jersey.
CORKRAN, HENRIETTE. ca.1842-1911.
CORNELIUS, OLIVIA SMITH. 1882-1941. Born in Michigan; died in Los Angeles.
The Super. Add Australian edition: Horwitz, 1979
CORRADOT, JEANNE. 1898-1986.
CORRELL, A(UGUSTUS) BOYD. 1905-1987. Born in South Carolina; died in Los Angeles.
COSTELLO, PAUL. P(hilip Neville) Walker Taylor, 1903-1964.
COTTE, JEAN LOUIS. 1923- . (Correcting birth date.)
COTTON, LEN. Probably the person of this name who was an RAF crewman during WWII, then a Fleet Street journalist before retiring to Australia.
COTTON, WILL(IAM DUDLEY, JR). 1912-1986. Born and died in Boston.
COUCH, DICK [HUGH RICHARD COUCH].
COUCH, STATA B. ca.1855- .
COUDY, ESMOND. Correct to: CONDY, ESMOND. 1887- .
COUGHLIN, HANORAH. ca.1857(?)- .
COUGHLIN, PATRICIA (E.?). 1953(?)- .
COUGHLIN, RUTH (BRIDGET POLLACK). 1943- .
COUGHLIN, WILLIAM J(EREMIAH). 1929-1992. (Correcting birth date.)
COULSON, THOMAS. 1886-1940(?).
COULTER, H(ALVOR) G(EIGUS). 1887-1972. Born in the Virgin Islands; died in Riverside, California.
COUPE, MARY EILEEN. 1921-1998.
COUPER, ELSPETH. Mary Eileen Coupe, 1921-1998.
COUSEE, PETER. 1932-2005.
COUSSEAU, JACQUES. 1925- . Writer, screenwriter and actor.
COVERT, ALICE LENT [ALICE MAXINE LENT COVERT WATSON]. 1913-1986.
COVERTSIDE, NAUNTON. Naunton Wingfield Davies, 1852-1925.
COWDREY, ROBERT H. 1852-1924. Born in Lafayette, Indiana; a pharmacist, and a Labor candidate for President.
COWIE, VERA. 1928- .
COWLEY, JASON. 1966- .
COX, A. B.
Mr. Priestley’s Problem. Also published as by Anthony Berkeley: Collins, 1930
COX, ARTHUR JEAN. 1929- .
COXE, EDWARD D(EANE). 1829-1920. Born in New Jersey; died in Chicago.
-Courtship and Chemicals. [England, academia]
COX, H(ARRY) H(UBERT). A journalist.
COXE, VIRGINIA ROSALIE. 1864-1906. Born in Virginia; lived and died in Knoxville, Tennessee.
COY, STANLEE MILLER. 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
CRAGG, (ROBERT) CECIL. 1905-2001. Born in Lethbridge, England; joined English faculty of University of British Columbia in 1947. SC: Eustace Heskam, in all titles.
Artful Intimacies. Merlin pb, 1992
Bobbing Buoy. Merlin pb, 1994
Caught. Merlin pb, 1983
Crush or Crunch. Merlin pb, 1994
Salvage. Merlin pb, 1985
Slippery Ground. Merlin pb, 1991
Snow. Merlin pb, 1985
Talisman. Merlin pb, 1984
When Woman Is Beautiful. Merlin pb, 1986
CRAIG, J(OHN) DUNCAN. 1830-1909. Born in Dublin; awarded Doctor of Divinity from Trinity College in 1869; died in Italy.
CRAIGIE, (HENRY) HAMILTON. 1880-1956. Born in Connecticut; died in Florida; prolific pulp writer.
CRAIN, JEREMY. Delete.
CRAMER, JOHN E. Note: Many of the characters in his novel also appear in a subsequent novel.
CRANDALL, EDWARD. 1898(?)-1985(?).
CRANE, BURTON. 1901-1963. Born in Buffalo, New York, and educated at Princeton; financial editor of the Japan Advisor in Tokyo; playwright, author, teacher and singer.
CRANE, WALTER BEVERLEY. 1868-1943. Born in Decatur, Illinois; on staff of various publications; lived in New York City and died there.
CRAWLEY, J. COOPER. Pseudonym of John James Croydon, 1907-1994.
CREED, SIBYL. Pseudonym.
CREIGHTON, JO ANNE. Joseph L(ewis) Chadwick, 1909-1987.
CREIGHTON, JOHN. Joseph L(ewis) Chadwick, 1909-1987.
CRELLIN, H(ORATIO) N(ELSON). 1841-1912.
CRESS, CHARLES. 1847(?)-1916(?).
-Above What He Could Bear. [India]
CREWS, LARY [LAURENCE PATRICK CREWS]. (Giving name in full.)
CRISCUOLO, C(ATHERINE) CLARK. 1958- .
CRISP, WALTER EDWARD. 1859-1933.
CROCKER, ARTHUR (WALTER?). 1888-1943(?).
CROFT, D(ESMOND) W(ARRICK). 1894-1928.
CROFTS, ANDREW. See also: Jimmy Nail. Move the following entries to a Jimmy Nail entry (Crofts ghost wrote the books).
Crocodile Shoes–From the North East to the Wild West.
Crocodile Shoes II–From Tennessee to Tyneside.
Dead in Transit. SC: Sam Harris [London]
CRONIN, MICHAEL. 1942- .
CROOK, D(AVID) M(OORE). 1914-1944.
Pursuit of Passy. Joseph, 1946 (Title and date correction) [France, WWII]
CROOK, MARION (McKINNON). 1941- . (Show name thus, and delete reference to Marion Crook McKinnon.)
CROSBIE, HUGH PROVAN.
Fairways and Foul. Delete (from CDROM)
CROSBY, KINGSLAND. Pseudonym of Henry Edward Rood, 1867-1954.
The Strange Case of Eleanor Cuyler. Silent film (probably based on the book): Edison, 1912 (scw: Richard Harding Davis)
CROSBY, VIRGINIA. 1917- .
CROSS, GENE. Arthur Jean Cox, 1929- .
CROSS, MICHAEL. Michael Cecilione, 1958- . (Correcting birth date.)
Cut Up. [hospital]
CROSSLEY, FIRTH. 1864(?)-1931(?).
CROSSLEY, MAUD(E). 1879-1955. Born in Huddersfield; died in Brighton. Charles (Thomas) King, 1868-1932.
CROUE, JEAN. 1878-1952.
CROW, LOUISA (ANN). 1827-1895.
CROWE, EVELYN A(NN). 1958- .
CROWLEIGH, ANN. (Wilma ) Jo-Ann Power. (Adding first name.)
CROWN, JAMES (ARTHUR). 1946- .
Fragile Empires. [Australia]
The Magistrate. Scribe (Australia), 1989 [Australia] (Novelization of a TV script.)
CROWTHER, JOHN. 1939- . (Deleting middle name and death date.)
CROYDON, JOHN JAMES. 1907-1994.
CRUCET, DOUGLAS S(TEVENS). 1940-2009.
CRUGER, PAUL. 1894-1949. Birth name: Charles Millen Cruger. Born in Norwalk, Ohio; died in Los Angeles.
CRUM, (LONNIE) DEAN. 1950-2004.
CRUM, LAURA (ELIZABETH). 1957- .
CRUMBLEY, D(ONALD) LARRY. (Giving first name.)
CRUMP, DAVID (LYMAN). (Adding middle name.)
CSIDA, JOE [JOSEPH GEORGE CSIDA]. 1916-1996. An executive with The Billboard and RCA.
CUDDY, LUCY ALSANSON. 1876-1942. (Correcting the dates.)
CULLINAN, RALPH. ca.1883-1950. Born in Claire, Ireland; died in New York City.
The Great Mountain Murders. SC: Billy McCoy
CUMBERLAND, STUART C. Charles Garner, 1857-1922.
CUMMING-SKINNER, DUGALD MATHESON. Born in Findhorn, Morayshire, Scotland; last known living in or near Dundee, Scotland. (Correction.)
CUMMINGS, BARBARA. Ref: CA. (Wilma) Jo-Ann Power. (Adding first name.)
CUMMINGS, PATRICIA (ANN)
-The Haunted Willow. [Louisiana]
CUMMINS, R(OBERT) E(MMET). 1849-1932. Born in Franklin, Indiana; died in St. Louis, Missouri.
CUNNINGHAM, ELIZABETH. Ref: CA.
Murder in Black and White. [England]
CURRIE, COLIN THOMAS. 1945- . Pseudonym: Colin Douglas, q.v.
CURRIE, FRANCES ISABEL [FRANCES ISABEL CURRIE WEBB]. 1857-1895. Born in Springfield, New Jersey.
-A Breath of Suspicion. [Canada]
CURRY, CHRIS and LISA DEAN (JAMES)
Winter Scream. PB, 1991
CURTIES, T. J. HORSLEY [THOMAS ISAAC HORSLEY CURTEIS.]. ca.1777-1859.
CURTIS, GEORGE (D.). ca.1871- . Born in Pennsylvania; died in California prior to 1940. Josephine Denver Curtis, 1876-1963.
CURTIS, JOSEPHINE DENVER. 1876-1963. Born in Indiana; died in San Diego, California.
CURTIS, MIKE. Pseudonym of Myer Kutz, 1939- . Graduate of MIT with an M.S. from RPI; acquisitions editor of John Wiley & Sons; formed a publishing and information services consulting firm in 1990.
CURTIS, SYDNEY ALBERT. 1902(?)- .
CURZON, CLARE. Eileen -Marie Duell Buchanan, 1922-2010. Add pseudonym: Alison Cairns, q.v. SC: change Stakerley family to: Lucy Sedgewick
CUSHING, E(NID) LOUISE. Mabel Louise Dawson, 1884- .
CUST, BARBARA KATE. 1919-2008. Died in Stratford-upon-Avon.
CUSTANCE, LEO. John Pym Loughnan, 1877-1941.
CUTHBERTSON, G. and J. (Correcting the byline.)
CUTHELL, EDITH E. ca.1852-1929.
D., E. A. B.
Constable 42Z. [London]
DAFFINRUD, PAUL (D.). 1946- . (Correcting birth date.)
DAGLESS, THOMAS. 1854(?)-1934(?).
DAIGER, KATHERINE S(ILVER). 1892(?)- .
DAILEY, J(ANET) R(UTH). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
DAKERS, ANDREW HERBERT. 1887-1966.
DAKIN, W(ILLIAM) J(OHN). 1883-1950.
DALE, CHERYL B. 1945- . (Correcting the date.)
DALE, (ANTHONY) JOHN.
Dark Angels. Collins pb (Australia), 1995; Serpent’s Tale pb (London & New York City), 1996 [Sydney] (Corrected entry.)
DALE, RICHARD Z.
-In a County Asylum. (Title correction.)
The Terror of the Handless Corpse. (By Don Tracy, 1905-1976, q.v.)
DALI, LORENZO. Pseudonym of Alan Duckworth, ca.1947- .
DALLAS, CAPTAIN. Oswald C. C. Dallas, 1888-1951. Add pseudonym: Ian Marshall, q.v.
DALLAS, JOE [JOSEPH MICHAEL DALLAS]. (Giving name in full.)
DALLAS, OSWALD C. C. 1888-1951. Add pseudonym: Ian Marshall, q.v. Educated in England and France; staff captain in South African constabulary; also saw service in New Zealand and West Africa; wrote for English and French magazines.
DALTON, PAT(RICIA ELIZABETH). 1938- .
DALTON, THORNE. Pat(ricia Elizabeth) Dalton, 1938- .
-Close Scrutiny. Berkley pb, 1988 [Polynesia]
Close to Sunrise. Berkley pb, 1989 [Florida]
-Twice in a Lifetime. Berkley pb, 1986 [Hawaii]
DALZIEL, JAMES (WILLIAM). 1876-1916.
DAMONY, JOHN Y. (Correcting middle initial.)
DAMOV, DAN. Dan [Damyan] Damyanoff, 1940- .
DAMYANOFF, DAN [DAMYAN]. 1940- .
DANA, MARVIN (HILL). 1867-1926. (Died in New York City.)
What Dread Hand. Show publication date as 1956.
DANIEL, FRANCIS (JAMES). 1864-1919. Born in Stone, Staffordshire; died in South Shields; a publican.
DANIEL, JAMES WALTER. 1857-1936. (Correcting birth date.)
DANIEL, (WILLIAM) ROLAND
The Haughton Diamond Robbery. No SC
The Langley Murder. No SC
DANIELS, ANTHONY (A. M.). Retired prison doctor and psychiatrist.
DANIELS, DOROTHY (SMITH). 1907-2001. Born in Waterbury, Connecticut; died in Camarillo, California.
DANIELS, VINCE(NT). Show name thus.
DANIELSON, GARTH (EDMOND). 1964- . (Correcting middle name and birth date.)
DANNE, MAX HALLAN. Probably a pseudonym.
DANNING, MELROD. Sinclair Gluck, 1887-1956.
Two Bottles of Relish. [England, 1905]
DARK, SANDRA KAY. 1946- . (Correcting birth date.)
DARKE, TIFFANIE. (Correcting first name.) Features newspaper editor.
DARLING-BARKER, S(USANNAH). 1848-1913(?).
DARTEY, LEO. Henriette Charlotte Fechy [Henriette Charlotte Fechy Stumm]. Show name thus.
DARWENT, GEORGE. George Darwent Rugen, 1909- . (Correction.)
D’AUVERGNE, EDMUND B(ASIL FRANCES). ca.1876-1968. Born in Glasgow; later lived in London; died in Midhurst, Sussex..
DAVIDSON, A. W.
Driven to Murder. Alexson, 1987 (Publisher correction.)
DAVIES, DAVID STUART
The Scroll of the Dead. Add British edition: Titan pb, 2009
DAVIES, IRIS. 1935-2010.
DAVIES, LEWIS (RICHARD). ca.1967- . (Adding middle name.)
DAVIES, NAUNTON WINGFIELD. 1852-1925.
DAVIES, R(ICHARD?) RICE. ca.1824(?)-1882(?).
DAVIS, EUGENE N(ORMAN?). 1877-1945. Born in Plymouth, Vermont; died in Bridgewater, Vermont.
DAVIS, GUY. 1966- .
DAVIS, HELEN [ELLEN TOMLINSON CORRIGAN DAVIS]. 1849-1910. Born in Jerusalem, Tasmania; educated in Geelong and Melbourne; became a schoolteacher and taught in Taranaki, New Zealand, in the 1870s; ran a girls’ school in Windsor, Australia 1880-84; married Thomas Harrison Davis in 1884 and they settled in England in 1892; died in Canterbury, Kent, England.
DAVIS, J. B. SC: Mary Beth Perkins and Martha Richman, in “Death Spiral” and subsequent novels.
DAVIS, JADA M(ARION). 1919-1996. Born on a West Texas farm; raised in poverty; educated at University of Texas at Austin; newspaper editor in Texas, later a bookstore owner, still later in public relations for Southwestern Bell Telephone Company.
One For Hell. Red Seal pb, 1952 [Texas]
DAVIS, JOHN GORDON. Born in Southern Rhodesia, educated in South Africa; called to the bar and served as assistant public prosecutor in the attorney general’s chambers in Rhodesia; later also in Hong Kong; living in Spain.
DAVIS, MARK. Rick D. Cooper, 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
DAVIS, TECH. Edgar Howard Davis, Jr. Born in Attleboro, Massachusetts; died in New York City; teacher of English at Columbia and New York Universities and Queen’s College.
DAVIS, TOM [THOMAS ROBERT ALEXANDER HARRIES DAVIS]. 1917-2007. Born on the Cook Islands; graduate in medicine in New Zealand and Harvard University; research psychologist in the armed forces; worked for NASA in the space program; later Prime Minister of the Cook Islands, where he died.
DAVIS, VAL. Angie [Angela P.] Irvine, 1938- . (Correcting birth date.)
DAVISON, GEOFFREY (JOSEPH)
Spy Puppets. [U.S.]
DAVISON, NORMA. 1931- . (Deleting death date.) Stage and television actress; playwright.
DAWE, (WILLIAM) CARLTON (LANYON)
-The Mighty Arm. [London]
DAWE, JOHN STANLEY. 1906-1980.
DAWES, RICHARD W(ILLIAM). 1947- .
DAWSON, FORBES. 1860-1935.
-The Heir of Dene Royal. [England]
DAWSON, MABEL LOUISE. 1884- .
DAY, ALFRED A. General manager of the Society for the Improvement of the Poor in Brooklyn.
The Mysterious Beggar. [New York City]
DAY, BARRY (LEONARD). 1934- . Has an M.A. from Balliol College, Oxford; retired to write full time in 1994 after a long career in international advertising.
DAY, DORIS M(ARIA)
A Will of Her Own. [England, ca.1905]
DAY, JULIUS E(DGAR). 1879-1962. Born in Sydenham, Kent; died in Finchley, England.
DEAKIN, H(ILDA) L(UCY). 1893-1981. Born in Fowey, Cornwall; died in Wantage, Oxfordshire.
DEAN, MRS. ANDREW. ca.1853-1934.
DEAN, GEORGE. 1900-1965. Born in Wisconsin; died in Sacramento, California. First husband of Nell Marr Dean, 1910-1999, q.v.
DEAN, HAYDON. Harry Harding, 1885-1935(?).
The Caves of Blackscar. [England]
DEAN, SARA. 1871-1941. Add: lived mostly in San Francisco and died in Alameda, California.
DEARBORN, DOROTHY. 1927- . (Correcting birth date.)
DEARDEN, HAROLD. 1883-1962. (Correcting birth date.)
DEARDEN, HILDA DANVERS (GLASSON). 1892-1981.
DEARDEN, R(ICHARD) L(IONEL). 1883-1955.
DEARL, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Siri Jeffrey, 1955- .
DEBANS, (JEAN BAPTISTE) CAMILLE. 1834-1910.
DE BOINOD, BERNARD LOUIS JACOT. 1898-1977.
DE BURY, FERNANDE BLAZE. (Adding first name.)
DECKER, ROD(NEY WEBSTER). (Giving name in full.) Graduate of University of Utah; newspaper columnist and editorial writer, television reporter and talk show host, all in Salt Lake City.
DeCORMIER, LOUISE. 1928- .
DEE, R. K. John James O’Hara Wood, ca.1868- .
DEEN, RON(ALD). ca.1932- . (Correcting birth date.) Retired civil engineer living in Ayr, Scotland.
Wrath of the Tartars. [Mongolia]
DE FUENZALIDA. MIGUEL. Alberto Edwards, 1874-1932.
DEGAS, BRIAN. 1935- . Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Harry Robertson [Henry McLeod Robertson], 1932-1996.
DE GEESEWELL, PETER
Murder at the Asylum. (3-act play.)
DE GRAZIA, DON (G.). Professor of Fiction Writing at Columbia College in Chicago.
DE HORTHY, HELENA. Pseudonym: Ilona Trent, q.v.
DEKKER, ANTHONY. Pseudonym of Richard Charles Bladen, 1929-1998. Newspaperman born in Keynsham, Somerset; died in Bristol.
Casino Minx. [Florida]
Gallows of Gold. [Singapore]
Stab in the Dark. [Tangier]
DE LA MARE, WALTER (JOHN)
-A Beginning and other stories. Faber, 1955 ss: An Anniversary \ Bad Company \ A Beginning \ The Cartouche \ The Face \ The Guardian \ Music \ Neighbours \ Odd Shop \ The Picture \ The Princess \ The Quincunx \ The Stranger
DELAND, CHARLES EDMUND. 1854-1935. Attorney, historian and author.
-Tragedy of the White Medicine. [South Dakota]
DELANEY, LAURENCE. 1938(?)- .
DELANO, JAMIE. 1954- .
DE L’ESCALE, RUDOLPHE. (Correcting first name spelling.)
DELFOSSE, PERRE (A.). 1922-2010.
The Drums of Kufu. Also published as by Frank Ford: Futura, 1977
DeLILLE, JOHN DOUGLAS. 1861-1890. (Deleting the question marks.) Born in Texas; died as United States Consul at Bristol, England.
DELIUS, PETER. Pseudonym of Dorothy Delius Allan Black MacLiesh, 1890-1977. Born Dorothy Delius Allan Black in Yorkshire; married Hugh MacLiesh in 1916; died in Scotland.
DELL, DRAYCOTT (MONTAGU)
The Death Gang, with Oswald (C. C.) Dallas, 1888-1951.
DELL, ETHEL M(AY)
The Odds and other stories. (Giving full title.)
DELLA [PORTA DON DELLA]. Show name thus.
DELL’AMICA, DUANE. Correct to: DELL’AMICO, DUANE. 1958- .
DE LONE, C.
Petrovich’s Revenge. (Deleting the dash.) [London, Paris]
DELPECH, JEANINE. Pseudonym: Jean Delutry, q.v.
DEL RIVA, LAURA
The Furnished Room [London]
DELUTRY, JEAN. Pseudonym of Jeanine Delpech.
DE MEYER, JOHN (R.). 1909-1966.
Anything But Saintly. Add British edition: Priory pb, ca.1973
DEMINSKI, KERRY (JOSEPH). 1938-2000.
DE MONAHAN, HELENE. (Correcting first name.)
Pika Don. (Title correction.)
DENHAM, LILIAN (MARY OLDLAND). 1903-1984.
DENMAN, CANDY. 1957- . Writer of short stories for radio and scripts for televison; specialist practitioner in coronary heart disease.
Deadly Treatment. [London, hospital]
DENNIS, ENID MAUD. Correct to: DINNIS, ENID MAUD. 1873-1942.
DENNIS, JOHN DOUGLAS CAREY. 1886-1949(?). Pseudonym: Douglas Carey, q.v.
DENNY, FELIX CHARLES. 1902-1959.
Snap Judgement. [Africa]
A Taste of Treachery. [Latin America]
DENT, CECIL (HUDLESTON). 1889-1951. Born in Croydon; died in Hove, Sussex.
DeRESZKE, DAVID. Brown DeReszke Hoppe, 1917-1998.
DERKUM, ADAM (P.) C(HRYSOSTON). 1875-1954. Born in Richmond, Indiana; died in Los Angeles.
DERRICK, LIONEL. Mark Kelly Roberts, 1936-2006.
The Coca Man. (Title correction.)
DE SACKVILLE, HONORIA. Almost certainly a pseudonym.
-Alta in the Shadows. (Add the dash.)
DE SAINT-PIERRE, ISAURE. 1944- . Ref: CA.
DE SECARY, JEAN. Pseudonym of Denise Madamour. Born in Gironde, France; long resident in Morocco.
DE SIMONE, DONALD
A Kiss on Each Cheek. [New York City]
DETROIT, MICHAEL. Michael Murray Harreschou, 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
DE VALCOURT-VERMONT, EDGAR. 1846-ca.1910. Journalist with the Chicago Times; born in France.
DEVOORE, ANN. Pseudonym of Anne Brevoort Eddy Walden, 1872-1964.
DIAMOND, ANN. Ref: CA.
DIBB, C. E(MILY). (Giving name more fully.)
DI BENEDETTO, LELIA. 1912-2009.
DICK, GEORGE (PARIS). 1866-1941.
DICKBERRY, F. Fernande Blaze De Bury. (Adding first name.)
DICKERSON, MARION JOY. 1946- . Born in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Who’s Buried in Grandmother’s Garden? [Ft. Worth, Texas]
DICKINSON, JOE [JOSEPH BAKER DICKINSON]. 1932-2010.
Jack the Ripper, Monster of Whitehall. [London, 1888]
DICKINSON, PETER (MALCOLM DE BRISSAC)
A Summer in the Twenties. Hodder, 1981; Pantheon, 1981 [England, 1926]
DIEGRE, LEONARD W. ca.1901-1948. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota; died in New York City; editor of Startling Detective Adventures magazine.
DIETL, (RICHARD) BO. 1950- .
DIETZ, DENISE [DENISE DIETZ WILEY]. 1942- . (Correcting birth date.)
DiFONZO, L(UIGI) M. (Adding first name.) J(udith) L(ynn) Kornbluth, 1945- .
DIKE, DONALD. Alice Elizabeth Massie, 1884-1961. Born In London; lived most of her life in Warwickshire and died there in Sutton Coldfield.
DILLE, (ROBERT NICHOLS) FLINT. David (Joseph) Marconi, 1956- .
DILLISTONE, K(EVIN) ST. J(OHN). ca.1944- .
DILLON, E(MILE) J(OSEPH). 1854-1933. Born in Dublin; died in Barcelona; journalist with three doctorates.
Leaves from Life. Dent, 1932 ss (only criminous stories identified): A Belated Confession \ The Dead Hand \ An Expert Doctor \ In Quest of a Bride \ The Most Mysterious Robbery on Record \ On the Spree \ The Story of a Diamond Necklace \ Strychnine or Angina Pectoris? \ A Victim of Fate
DILLON, JOHN. Gregory Fitzgerald. 1923-2005.
DILLWYN, E(LIZABETH) A(MY). 1845-1935.
DILTZ, HANSON PENN. ca.1855-1907.
DINGLE, EUDORA RACHEL. 1897-1972. Pseudonym: Ray Dorien, q.v.
DINGWALL, PETER. Robin Forsythe, 1879-1937(?).
DINNER, WILLIAM. William Morum, 1911(?)- .
Copley’s Hunch. [England, France, 1943] (Show setting thus.)
DIVEN, ROBERT JOSEPH. 1869-1963. Add: Born in Davis, Pennsylvania; died in Multnomah, Oregon.
DLOVU, NANDI. SC: Jon Zulu, in all titles.
Race Against Rats. Heinemann, 1988
DOBKOWSKI, STANLELY (JOSEPH). Office manager for the Fafnir Bearing Company in New Britain, Connecticut.
DODD, ALLEN ROBERT. 1887-1947.
DODD, FRANK W. Delete entry; book correctly listed under Fred(erick) W(illiam) Dodds.
DODDS, FRED(ERICK) W(ILLIAM). 1883-1942.
DODGE, ALICE M(ARIE). 1888-1961. Born in Florida; died in San Bernardino, California.
DODGE, DAVID (FRANCIS)
-Loo Loo’s Legacy. Add the dash, and show date of Joseph edition as 1960.
DODGE, JIM [DAVID JAMES DODGE]. (Giving name in full.)
DODSON, SAM(MIE L.?). 1930-2007(?).
DOELL, ROBERT D(ANIEL). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
DOLAN, CHRIS. Born in Glasgow; playwright and author of short stories who writes regularly for radio.
-Ascension Day. (Title correction.)
Poison in the Blood. [England]
DOLBEY, ETHEL MAUDE. 1900-1987.
DOLBEY, GEOFFREY MAY. Delete.
DOLLOND, JOHN. (Harold Frederick) Dollond Parsons, 1913-1942.
DONAHUE, CAROL. Pseudonym of Carol Lee Fagot Theriot, 1949-2009. Shirley Hall, 1957(?)-2002(?).
Deadly Relations. TV movie: Wiltshire Court, 1993 (scw: Dennis Nemec; dir: Bill Condon)
DONOVAN, PERCY V(INCENT)
A Heroine of Reality. [Switzerland]
DOPP, JAMIE [JAMES A.]. English professor at University of Victoria, Canada.
DORE, SUZANNE FAY BAKER. 1924- . Joint pseudonym with Judith Fay, 1915-2007: Kate Nicholson, q.v.
DORER, FRANCES (CATHERINE). 1898(?)-1986(?).
DORIEN, RAY. Pseudonym of Eudora Rachel Dingle, 1897-1972.
DORMER, DANIEL. Kate Marion Cordeux, 1855-1936.
DORNHORST, (ERNEST FREDERIC) PAUL. 1909-1937. Born in Essex; died in Cornwall rescuing a friend from downing.
DORRANCE, JAMES (FRENCH). 1879-1961.
DORSETT, DANIELLE. Dorothy (Smith) Daniels, 1907-2001.
DORSEY, DAVID (E.). 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
DORSEY, TIM(OTHY ALAN). (Giving name in full.)
DORTORT, DAVID. 1916-2010.
DOUGHERTY, KATHLEEN (LEONA). 1952- .
DOUGLAS, COLIN. Pseudonym of Colin Thomas Currie, 1945- . Born in Glasgow; graduate of Edinburgh University in medicine.
The Mystery of North Fortune. [England]
End of the Line. Add SC Chief Supt. Grant
DOUGLAS, HUDSON. Robert Aitken, 1872-1935(?).
DOUGLAS, JAMES. 1947- . (Author of “The Clearing.”)
DOUGLAS, JAMES. Ulrich Kohli, 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
DOUGLAS, JOHN E. 1945- .
DOUGLAS, JOHN SCOTT. 1905-1979.
DOUGLAS, REMSON. Pseudonym of Harrie I(rving) Hancock, 1868-1922, q.v. Other pseudonym: Richard Ashton Wainwright, q.v.
DOUGLAS, RONALD MacDONALD. 1889-1987.
-The Closed Door. [Scotland]
DOUGLAS-IRVINE, HELEN (FLORENCE). 1880-1947.
DOUGLASS, CARL. Pseudonym of Karl Douglas Nielson, 1952- . (Correction.)
DOUGLASS, ELLSWORTH. Elmer Dwiggins, ca.1873- .
DOUIE, MARJORIE (E. G.) (Show name thus.) ca.1888-1946. Born in India.
DOUSE, ANTHONY (CLIFFORD). 1939- .
DOUTHWAITE, L(OUIS) C(HARLES). 1878-1948. Pseudonym: Cedric Goodall, q.v.
DOW, JEFFREY [JEFFERY]. 1954- .
DOW, WANDA. 1953- .
Night’s Pawn. Add [New York City, Denver, Seattle]
DOWDING, ARTHUR CHARLES LISLE. 1864-1936. Pseudonym: Lewis Ramsden, q.v.
DOWNES, JOSEPH. -1860.
DOWNIE, JAMES W(ILLIAM). Correct to: DOWNIE, JAMES M(ILLAR). 1909-1973.
-Alvacore’s Island. Blackie, 1951 [New Hebrides]
-Mutiny in the Air. Blackie, 1943 [Australia]
-Skip of the Islands. Warne, 1940 [South Pacific]
DOWNS, HUNTON (LEACHE). 1918-2010.
DOYLE, (SIR) A(RTHUR) CONAN
The Final Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Allen, 1981. (Listed here for completeness; some items non-fiction and not directly featuring Sherlock Holmes; those items with an asterisk added in an expanded edition published by Hale in 2001.) Contents: The Adventure of the Tall Man \ The Case of the Inferior Sleuth \ The Case of the Man Who Was Wanted \ The Crown Diamond \ The Field Bazaar \ *A Gaudy Death \ How Watson Learned the Trick \ *My Favorite Sherlock Holmes Adventures \ *The Mystery of Sasassa Valley \ The Mystery of Uncle Jeremy’s Household \ The Painful Predicament of Sherlock Holmes \ *Sherlock Holmes on the Screen \ Some Personalia About Sherlock Holmes \ The Story of the Man with the Watches \ The Story of the Lost Special \ The Truth About Sherlock Holmes \ *The Unrecorded Cases of Sherlock Homes \ *The Whole Art of Detection
DOYLE, BARBARA. 1935- .
DOYLE, DAVID W. 1924- . (Deleting death date.)
DOYLE, ROSE. Journalist in Dublin.
The Shadow Player. (Title correction.)
DOYLE, RUBY M(ARY). 1887-1943.
DRAIN, RON(ALD DALE). (Giving name in full.)
DRAKE, NICHOLAS. 1898- . Born in Richmond, Virginia; newspaper cartoonist.
DRAMOND, ALONZO E.
The Secret of the Midway Plaza. [London, Paris]
DRAPER, ROBERT (LEON). 1957- . (Correcting birth date.)
DRESSER, MARY (J.) SAVAGE. 1925- .
DREW, CON(WAY HOVENDEN). 1874-1942. Served in the Boer War, and thereafter lived in Sydney, Australia; journalist and playwright.
DREW, JOHN H(OWARD). 1949-2004.
DREYER, HANS P(ETER). 1886-1945. Born in Norway; died in Missouri.
DREYFUSS, RICHARD (STEPHEN). 1947- .
DRUCE, C(LIFFORD) J(OHN). 1886-1978. Born in Headington; died in Oxfordshire.
DRUCE, MICHAEL (J.). 1948- .
DRUMMOND, A(NDREW) L(EWIS). 1845-1921.
DRUMMOND, JOHN KEITH. 1945- .
DRURY, HARRY. 1911(?)-2000(?). A banker for 40 years in the Midlands and Thames Valley, England.
DRURY, REV. SHELDEN. (Correcting first name spelling.)
DUBE, HOPE. Born in Zimbabwe; qualified as a teacher in Britain.
DUCHI, DAVID. Pseudonym of Meja Mwangi, 1948- , q.v.
DUCKWORTH, ALAN. ca.1947- . Pseudonym: Lorenzo Dali, q.v.
DUDLEY, EUSTACE. 1883-1956. Born in Wandsworth, England.
-The Challenge. Show published in NYC and London by Longmans
DUDLEY, KAREN. Born in France; has a B.A. in Archaeology; living in Winnipeg, Canada.
The Red Heron. Correct publication date to: 1999
DUER, JOHN K(ING?). 1818(?)-1859(?).
DUERDEN, NICK. ca.1970- .
DUE SIGNORE. Joint pseudonym of two women writers.
DUFF, DAVID (SKENE). 1912-2008.
DUFF, JAMES P(AUL). 1925-2007. Born in Sheraton, Iowa; died in Morgan Hill, California; served in World War II, then obtained a BA in literature from the University of Washington, then was a sports reporter, business executive, and finally a teacher in San Jose, California, for 25 years.
DUFFY, (ISA)BELLA. 1844-1920.
DUGDALE, (ARTHUR) GILES. 1895-1955.
DUMAS, CHARLES (LOUIS) ROBERT. 1880?-1946. Birth name: Charles Darelles.
DUNALLEY, LORD (HENRY CORNELIUS O’CALLAGHAN PRITTIE). 1877-1948. (Corrected spelling.)
DUNBAR, ROBIN (ERNEST). 1868-1943. Born in South Bend, Indiana; died in Los Angeles; a lawyer.
DUNCAN, HELEN (HAGER BUDWELL). 1902-1993. Died in Canada.
DUNCAN, W. R. Wanda (Louise Scott) Duncan, 1925-2007.
DUNCAN, WANDA (LOUISE SCOTT). 1925-2007. Born in Minco, Oklahoma; died in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
DUNGAN, MYLES. 1954- .
DUNK, NORMAN. Pseudonym: Matt Connors, q.v.
DUNN, ALAN. 1954- .
Die Cast. Add U.S. edition: St. Martin’s, 2002
DUNN, ALLAN. Delete entry (book correctly listed under J. Allan Dunn)
DUNNE, COLIN. Pseudonym of Diane L. Browne, ca.1960- . (Spelling correction, print m.s.)
DUNNETT, NINIAN. First name correction; also for screenwriter.
DUNNING, FRANCES. 1896-1974.
DUPUY-MAZUEL, HENRI. 1885-1962.
DURAN, BETTY JEAN. 1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
DURAND, MORTIMER (HENRY MARION). 1898-1969.
DURANT, ISADORE. Pseudonym of Diane Patrice Gifford-Gonzalez, 1945- .
DURBAN, ELLEN ALICE CHESWORTH. 1892-1979. Pseudonym: Barbara Montague Scott, q.v.
DURBRIDGE, FRANCIS (HENRY)
News of Paul Temple. [Scotland]
DURHAM, FRANK [FRANCIS MARION DURHAM]. 1913-1971. Born in Columbia, South Carolina; educated at the Universities of South Carolina and North Carolina and Columbia University; professor of English at the University of South Carolina, Clemson and The Citadel; playwright, actor and director.
DURHAM, JAMES. 1949- .
DURING, STELLA M. ca.1858-1933.
DUSTIN, STEPHEN. 1955- . Pseudonym of an engineer who lives in Texas.
DUSTON, MERLE. 1892-1978. (Correcting the dates.) Born in Kansas; died in Garden Grove, California; radio technologist; writer of technical books and fiction.
DWIGGINS, ELMER. ca.1873- .
DWORIN, IRENE B. 1924- . (Correcting birth date.)
DWORKIN, IRA BERNARD. Born in Newark, New Jersey; died in Flemington, New Jersey; served in Army during WWII; received a law degree from College of William and Mary Law School; lawyer, law librarian, magistrate of municipal court, attorney for the state, and state judge of compensation, all in New Jersey.
Sherlock Holmes in Modern Times. Also published as: Sherlock Takes a Wife and other modern tales. Creative Writers of Hunterdon pb, 1994, with the addition of one story: Sherlock Takes a Wife
Sherlock Takes a Wife and other modern tales; see Sherlock Holmes in Modern Times
DWYER, TOM [THOMAS A. DWYER]. 1948- .
DWYER, VERA G. [VERA GLADYS DWYER COLDHAM-FUSSELL]. 1889-1967.
DYAL, GLORIA. 1947- .
DYAR, RALPH E(MERSON). Born in Kiesling, a suburb of Spokane, Washington; an advertising writer.
DYKER, BOB. Member of Royal North-West Mounted Police, 1907-1914.
Get Your Man. (Novelized autobiography.)
E., A. L. O. Charlotte Maria Tucker, 1821-1893.
The Trail of the Cloven Hoof. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2010
EAGLE, EDWARD. An artist in Dublin.
EARNEST, ELSIE. M. V. Scruggs, ca.1833-ca.1887.
EASTBURN, HARRY T. 1921-2000.
EASTON, DOUGLAS (EVERETT). 1962- .
EASTON, JACK OSBORNE.
Defence of the Realm. [England] (Novelization of film: Rank, 1985; scw: Martin Stellman; dir: David Drury.)
EASTWICK, MRS. EGERTON. 1847-1912. Birth name: Mary Emma Nott; married Robert William Egerton Eastwick in 1893.
The Rubies of Rajmar; or, Mr. Charlecote’s Daughters. [England]
EBERHARD, FREDERICK G(EORGE). 1889-1944. Medical doctor born in Whitley, Indiana; died in Three Rivers, Missouri.
EBERHART, MIGNON G(OOD). SC: Bland the butler = B; Jacob Wait = JW.
Danger in the Dark. JW
Deadly Is the Diamond. B
Fair Warning. JW
Five of My Best. ss Murder Goes to Market. B
Hasty Wedding. JW
The Pattern. JW
ECILAW, ARY. Alexandrine von Kolemine, 1854-1941.
ECLIPSE, ARIES. Pseudonym of a San Francisco resident who has worked in television and films.
EDEN, CHARLES H(ENRY). 1839-1900. Served in the Royal Navy; spent some years in Australia and wrote books on his time there as well as other places.
EDEN, GUY (ERNEST MORTON). 1864-1954.
EDEN, MATTHEW. Pseudonym of Don Newnham.
Jennifer Hale. [Seattle]
EDEN, RONALD (JOHN). 1931-2006.
EDGE, ARABELLA [ARABELLA EDGE GAZE]. ca.1968- .
EDGE, (WILLIAM) SPENCER (MILLETT). 1872-1943. Born in Staffordshire; died in Suffolk.
EDMONDSON, G. C. C(harles) M(ichael) Kotlan, 1940-2009.
EDSON, J(OHN) T(HOMAS)
The Lawmen of Rockabye County. (Title correction.)
EDWARDS, ALBERTO. 1874-1932.
EDWARDS, C(HARLES) R.
A Story of Niagara. (Delete the dash.)
EDWARDS, CASSIE. Pseudonym of Kathryn J. Edwards, 1936- .
EDWARDS, GRACE F(REDERICA). 1933- .
EDWARDS, (ALFRED) HAROLD. 1878-1964. A barrister.
EDWARDS, KATHRYN J. 1936- . Pseudonym: Cassie Edwards, q.v.
EDWARDS, MIKE. Pseudonym: Robert Kearney, q.v.
Assassin. Delete here (book moved to Kearney entry)
EDWARDS, RON. 1938- .
EDWARDS, (ROBERT) STAFFORD. 1900-1977. Born in New York City; executive of an electrical manufacturing company; died in Florida.
The Golden Yacht. [ship]
The Holiday Family. [England]
The Lost Ballerina. [India]
Secret Island. [Tunis]
EDWARDS, WALTER T(HOMAS), M.D. 1924-2009.
EEDY, CLARICE. 1890-1972. Born in Hampshire; died in Kent.
EELY, CLARICE. In Addenda, correct to: EEDY, CLARICE.
EIFFE, JOHN P. 1841(?)-1914(?).
ELBERT, JOYCE. 1930(?)-2009(?).
ELDREDGE, (DELMER) GILBERT. 1893-1985. Born in Lincoln, Nebraska; died in Tulare, California; department store supervisor before joining Harding Cream Co., Omaha, initially as purchasing agent and ultimately as vice-president and treasurer; retired in 1935 to write.
ELGAR, SINTON. Robert Hugill, 1892-1984. (Correcting birth date.) Add pseudonym: Andrew Harrell, q.v.
ELIAV, CHAIM. Moshe Grylak. (Correcting spelling.)
ELLERINGTON, J(ANE). (Giving full first name.)
Collins and Co. [England]
ELLIOTT, TOM. Pseudonym of James Welcome Paine, 1953- .
ELLIS, BETH(IA) [MRS. GODFREY BAKER]. 1842-1913.
Camp Fear. Add U.S. edition: Scholastic pb (New York City), 1993
ELLIS, KENNETH M. 1908-1967. Born in Iowa; died in Sacramento, California.
ELLIS, MARK D. 1953- .
ELSINCK. Pseudonym of Henk Elsink, 1935- , q.v.
ELSINK, HENK. 1935- . Pseudonym: Elsinck, q.v.
ELSWORTHY, A(LEXANDER) L(OCKHART). 1904-1975. Born in India; died in Rhodesia; served in the Royal Scots Fusiliers in the Middle East.
ELTON, (CEDRIC) EDWARD (BAYARD). 1904-1978. Born in England; became a naturalized U.S. citizen, and apparently died at the U.S. Consulate in Madrid.
EMECZ, STEVE(N JOHN). 1971- . Born in London. SC: Max Jones, in “Cut to the Chase” and subsequent novel(s).
EMERSON, CHERYL. Cheryl B. Dale, 1945- . (Corrected date.)
Treacherous Beauties. TV movie: CBS, 1994 (scw: Jim Henshaw, Naomi Janzen; dir: Charles Jarrott)
EMERY, J(AMES) INMAN. 1879-1953. Born in India; died in England.
EMMETT, ROBERT. Robert E. Waters, 1941-2000.
ENDORE, (SAMUEL) GUY
The Furies in Her Body; see Methinks the Lady
Methinks the Lady. Also published as: The Furies in Her Body. Avon, 1951. Correct date of film to: 1949
ENEBUSKE, SARAH FOLSOM. 1873-1939.
ENGELHARD, Jack. Ref: CA.
ENGELHARDT, ALICIA (M.). 1949- .
Where Danger Stalks. [Montana]
ENGLEHARD, JACK. Delete (from Addenda).
ENGLISH, JOHN. Pseudonym of Dr. George Lipscomb, M.D., 1773-1846.
EPHRON, AMY (LAURA). 1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
EPHRON, ISAAC S. Correct to: EPHSON, ISAAC S(ERGIUS). 1923- .
The Bride in Jeopardy. Correct publisher to Ilen (Ghana)
-Episode of the Judge on the Run. Ilen (Ghana), 1983
The Kidnapping of the Millionaire’s Daughter. Ilen (Ghana), 1972
The Murder of a Rich Miser. V’go Press (Ghana), 1970
EPPLEY, LOUISE (MARGUERITE ROSE). 1898-1970. Born in Youngstown, Ohio; died in Syracuse, New York; graduate of Wellesley and Oberlin College; writing instructor at the State University of New York College at Fredonia, New York, in 1951.
EPSTEIN, MARVIN P. 1920-1988. (Deleting question marks.)
ERGAS, ELIZABETH. 1943(?)-2001(?).
ERICKSON, NANCY WATSON. Correct to: ERIKSON, NANCY WATSON.
ESKAPA, SHIRLEY. 1934- .
ESSEX, J(OHN) RI(IDGWELL). (Correcting middle name spelling.)
ESSEX, LOUIS. Levi Isaacs, ca.1888- .
ESSEX, PETER. Pseudonym of Peter Essex-Clark, 1937- .
ESSEX-CLARK, PETER. 1937- . Born in Hong Kong; living in South Africa.
ETHERIDGE, A(LFRED?) I(SAAC?). 1874(?)-1944(?).
EUBANK, JUDITH (E.). 1939-1977. (Deleting question marks.) Received an M.A. in English from University of Exeter in England; died in Philadelphia.
EVANS, CONSTANCE MAY. 1888-1982.
EVANS, D(ENNIS) CHARLES. Correct to: EVANO, D(ENNIS) CHARLES. 1946- .
EVANS, D. R. 1956- . Born in Nottingham and raised in Cornwall, England; has Ph.D. in physics from the University of Wales; living (in 2010) in Colorado.
EVANS, DEAN. Pseudonym of George F(rederick?) Kull, 1911-1963. (Correction.) Born in Buffalo, New York; died in Riverside, California.
EVANS, GENE. Pseudonym of Harold Harding, “a retired Chicago businessman.”
EVANS, JOHN P. John B. Mannion, 1931-2009.
EVANS, LINDA (E.). 1959- .
EVANS, LIZ [ELIZABETH]. (Giving full first name.)
JFK Is Missing! Correct publisher to: Orion
EVANS, PETER. 1926- . A restauranteur, born in London; also a radio and television writer in Australia.
EVANS, SAM (HARRIS). (Adding middle name.)
EVERETT, DOUG. Douglas (Everett) Easton, 1962- .
EVERETT, PERCIVAL. Born in Fort Gordon, Georgia; educated at Universities of Miami and Oregon, also Brown University; professor of creative writing, University of California, Riverside.
EVERSLEY, WYNTON. Pseudonym of a “novelist with a world-wide reputation.”
EVERTON, FRANCIS. Francis William Stokes, 1883-1963(?).
EVEZARD, ALICE. 1844-1930. A teacher.
EWING, JACK [JOHN CULLEN EWING II]. (Giving name in full.)
EYO, SAM(UEL AKIBA?). 1960(?)- .
The Girl in Waiting. [London]
A Step in the Dark. Add U.S. edition: Munro pb, 1888
F., E. M.
The Duke of Clarence. [England]
FABER, DORIS (GREENBERG)
Jouney Into Danger. Show French title as: “Coeurs, Volcans et Chrysanthemes.”
FAGYAS, M. [MARIA HELENA FAGYAS BUSH-FEKETE]. 1905-1985.
FAHRENKOPF, ANNE [ANNE FAHRENKOPF BELLOS]. 1921-2006.
FAIRBAIRN, HUGH. 1874(?)-1944(?).
FAIRBANKS, NAT. Charles Louis St. John Pearce, 1878-1941.
FAIRBURN, LAURA. Pseudonym of Stephens Gerard Malone, 1957- .
FAIRCHILD, SALLY [SALLY ANNE FAIRCHILD SCHOENEWEISS]. 1943- .
FAIRLEY, HELEN M(AUD). 1860(?)-1940(?).
FAIRWEATHER, LORI. Lori Schryer, 1960- .
-War in High Heels. Nexus pb (London), 1993
FALES, WILLIAM E(dward) S(anford). 1851-1906. Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts; spent most of his life in Brooklyn, New York, and died there; studied technology and medicine and later became an attorney; Vice Consul at Amoy, China, in 1890; also a newspaperman and magazine writer.
FALKNER, AMY S(YLVESTER?). 1880(?)- .
FALKNER, LEONARD (JOHN). Born in Cleveland; died in New York City.
FALLON, THOMAS F. 1852-1930. (Adding the middle initial.) Born and died in New York City; a physician in general practice; “well-known in his youth in ... theatrical circles.”
FANSHAW, CECIL. Cecil (Hudleston) Dent, 1889-1951.
FARADAY, WILFRED BARNARD. 1874-1952. Record of Bedeford and of Barnstaple from 1925.
FARNCOMBE, FRANK E(DWARD?). 1880(?)-1929(?).
FARRAR, HELEN GRAHAM. 1896-1979.
FARRAR, STUART. Set (all titles): London.
FARRIE, HUGH CHECKLEY. 1857-1918.
FARRINGTON, ROBERT. Pseudonym of Robert Joseph F(arrington?) Barker, 1915-1994. Born in Burnley; died in Surrey Northern.
FAWKES, F(RANK) A(TTFIELD). 1849-1941.
FAY, JUDITH. Joint pseudonym with Suzanne Fay Baker Dore, 1924- : Kate Nicholson, q.v.
FAYET, CLAUDETTE. Note: French editions published as by Claude Fayet, pseudonym of Marcelle Fayard [Mme. Gerard Batbedat], 1895-1986.
FAYARD, MARCELLE [MME. GERARD BATBEDAT]. 1895-1986. Pseudonym of Claudette Fayet, q.v.
FECHY, HENRIETTE CHARLOTTE [HENRIETTE CHARLOTTE FECHY STUMM]. Show name thus.
FEE, D(EREK) A. 1947- .
FEENY, (JOHN) ALFRED. 1835-1905.
FEIN, HARRY H. 1897(?)-2000(?).
FEKETE, IRENE ANNE FRANCIS. 1936-2004.
FELBER, RON. Ref: CA.
FELDER, RON. Delete (from Addenda).
FELDMAN, ANATOLE FRANCE. 1896- . Born in Cincinnati; living in New York City in 1930.
FELIX, CHARLES. Pseudonym. Delete reference to John Retcliff.
FENDALL, PERCY. Born and educated in France, where he lived most of his life.
FENN, CLIVE R(OBERT). 1869-1953.
FENTON, ALAN. Born and living in London; educated at Oxford; wrote comedy sketches and scripts for television, then worked in trading companies before turning novelist.
FENTY, PHILIP. 1940- .
FERBER, ELLEN THEROUX. 1915-1992. Pseudonym: E. T. French, q.v.
FERGUSON, AUSTIN (K.). 1941-2010. Born in Jackson, Tennessee; National Merit Scholar, and pilot for United Airlines for 20 years; died in St. Petersburg, Florida.
FERGUSON, MAGGIE. Anita Williams, 1947- .
FERNAND, ROLAND F. 1908-1970. Born in Danbury, Connecticut; died in San Mateo, California.
FERNANDEZ, ALFONSO [ALFONSE]. 1886-1961. Born in Asturias, Spain; died in Washington, D.C.
FERNEE, HERBERT (GEORGE). 1893-1966. Born in London; died in Georgia.
FERRIS, JEAN ERSKINE. Pseudonym of Alyce B. Mooschekian, 1904-1990.
FERRIS, WALLY [WALLACE]. (Giving full first name.)
FESSENDEN, LAURA (CANFIELD SPENCER DAYTON). 1851-1924. Born in New York City; died in Chicago; author of books, magazine articles, poems and numerous songs for children, for many of which she also composed the music; active in the Warren Harding presidential campaign.
FETHALAND, JOHN. George Leonard Macauley Inkster, 1885-1963.
FFORDE, (ARTHUR) BROWNLOW. 1871-1953. Add: in the Indian Civil Service.
FIELDS, RANULPH (TWISTLETON-WYKEHAM). Correct, in Addenda, to; FIENNES, RANULPH (TWISTLETON-WYKEHAM). Ref: CA.
FILBRUN, J(OHN) S. 1944- . (Correcting the dates.)
FINGER, GERRIE F(ERRIS). 1944- . (Correcting birth date.)
FINLAY, ARTIE, JR. 1956- . (Correcting birth date.)
FINNEGAN, EDWARD. 1899-1971.
FINOX, G. N. Pseudonym.
-The New Breed. [England]
House of Flesh. Correct date of Red Seal edition to: 1958
FISCHER, CINDY [CYNTHIA S. FISCHER]. 1956- .
FISHER, DANIEL HAVELOCK. 1858-1901(?).
FISKE, SHARON. Add pseudonym: Isabel Tain, q.v.
FISON, JOHN PETER. 1929-1969. Pseudonym: Milo Ainsworth, q.v.
Death Starts a Rumour. (Spelling correction.)
FITZGERALD, G(ERALD) BERESFORD. 1849-1915. Born in Kingstown, Ireland.
The Fatal Phial. Digby, Long, 1898
FITZGERALD, GREGORY. 1923-2005.
FITZ-GERALD, S(HAFTO) J(USTIN) ADAIR
-The Mighty Toltec. Macqueen, 1897 [Central America]
FITZPATRICK, KATHLEEN E. ca.1858- . Pseudonym: Keith Fleming, q.v.
FLAGG, JOHN. John Gearon, 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates.)
FLATAU, DOROTA [DOROTA FLATAU WILKINSON]. 1874-1947.
FLATAU, HERMIONE. 1879-1946. Birth name: Hermion Antoinette Flatau.
FLEMING, KEITH. Pseudonym of Kathleen E. Fitzpatrick, ca. 1858- .
FLETCHER, DOROTHY. Add pseudonym: Elizabeth McCrea, q.v.
FLETCHER, OMAR. Pseudonym of Rugio F. Vitale, which appears in turn to be the pseudonym of Frank James Bisignano, 1939-2001.
FLORA, KATE CLARK. (Giving name in full.)
The Third Wife. Paul, 1911
FLOYD, C. J. Pseudonym of Peter (Meyrick Johnston) Leslie, 1922- . Other pseudonyms: Peter Buck, Patrick MacNee, Ed Mazzaro, qq.v. Joint pseudonym with Nicolette Bernard: Catherine Reynolds, q.v.
Tragedy at Trinket. No SC (Intended for younger readers.)
FORBES, DONALD. Pseudonym of Edward Albert Gibbs, 1903-1982.
FORD, GEORGE. Pseudonym of Paul A. Fulford, 1927- , q.v.
Driven Before the Storm. Hurst, 1887
FOREMAN, STEPHEN. 1868- .
FORSYTHE, ROBIN. 1879-1937(?). Born Robert Forsythe in Sialkot, Punjab.
FOX (HUME), RUTH. Anne Fahrenkopf (Bellos), 1921-2006.
FOXWELL, A(NDREW) J(AMES). ca.1826-1903.
A Plate of Ladies. [England]
FRASER, J(OHN) MALCOLM. 1878-1949. Born in Hampstead, London; journalist, newspaper editor and political advisor to the Conservative Party; served in WWI and ended as Deputy Director of Aircraft Production at the Admiralty; knighted in 1919, created at Baronet in 1921, and appointed Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire in 1922.
FREDERICK, ARNOLD. Add SC Grace Duvall to those with Robert Duvall.
FREEMAN, MARTIN J(OSEPH). Birth name: Marion Joseph Freeman (and name under which he joined the Army in WWI). Born in Ade, Ohio; died in Delmar, New York.
FRENCH, E. T. Pseudonym of Ellen Theroux Ferber, 1915-1992.
FRISCH, (SAUL) LARRY (E.). 1927- .
FRYERS, AUSTIN. William Edward Clery, 1861-1931.
FULFORD, PAUL A. Pseudonym: George Ford, q.v.
FULLER, ROGER. See also: William Dale.
FULLER, WILLIAM O(LIVER). 1856-1941. Born in Rockland, Maine; newspaper founder, editor and manager in Rockland; also a postmaster there.
FULLERTON, ALEXANDER (FERGUS)
Bury the Past. Davies, 1954 [Germany, South Africa]
GARBO, NORMAN. Birth name: Norman R. Garbov.
GARDINER, BECKY. 1886- .
GARDINER, HEATHER [MRS. GEORGE GARDINER]. -1954. Born and died in Australia.
GARNER, CHARLES. 1857-1922.
GARROD, JOHN WILLIAM. 1922- .
GAUNT, MARY. J(ohn) R(idgwell) Essex. (Correcting middle name spelling.)
GAYTON, REBECCA (WALTON FORDYCE). 1894-1963. Born and died in Youngstown, Ohio.
GEARON, JOHN. 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates.)
GEORGE, STEPHEN R(OBERT). Born in Scotland; living in Canada.
-A Fatal Step. [India]
GIBBS, EDWARD ALBERT. 1903-1982. Pseudonym: Donald Forbes, q.v.
GIENCKE, JILL (ANN)
Fatal Facts. [academia]
Still Waters. [Wisconsin]
GIFFORD-GONZALEZ, DIANE PATRICE. 1945- . Pseudonym: Isadore Durant, q.v.
GIGLIO, CECIL FREDERICK. Pseudonym: John Bentley, q.v. (Removing the word “possibly.”)
GILBART-SMITH, MARCUS MERVYN TOBIAS. 1899-1934.
GILBERT, LOIS (A.). 1952- . Living in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
GILBERT, (WILLIAM) STEPHEN. 1912-2010. Died in Whiteabbey, Northern Ireland.
Committed Agent. [England, Germany]
GILLIS, JACKSON. 1916-2010.
GILMORE, MINNIE L. [MINNIE L. GILMORE CARTER]. 1867(?)-1928(?). Daughter of the Irish born bandleader Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore.
GILSON, HIBBART. Marcus Mervyn Tobias Gilbart-Smith, 1899-1934.
GLASER, PAUL (FRANKLYN). 1926- .
GLENDINNING, RICHARD E(DWIN, JR.). (Giving name in full.)
GLENN, KAREN JANE. 1948- . (Correcting the dates.)
GLENWOOD, IDA. Mrs. Cynthia M. Roberts Gorton, 1826-1894. Born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts; died in Fenton, Michigan; known as the “blind bard of Michigan.”
GLUCK, SINCLAIR. 1887-1956. Born in Buffalo, NY; died in Los Angeles, CA.
GODDARD, HENRY. 1800-1883. Born in Southwark, London; joined the Bow Street Foot Patrol in 1824, became a Bow Street Runner in 1827; when the Runners were disbanded in 1839 he became an independent investigator, an early private eye; then became a chief constable in 1840; retired due to injuries in 1849 and became an usher, later a doorkeeper, in the House of Lords; died in London.
GOLDBERG, MONTAGUE J. 1924-2009. Pseudonym: Ronald Byron, q.v.
GOODALL, CEDRIC. Pseudonym: L(ouis) C(harles) Douthwaite, 1878-1948, q.v.
GORDON, W(ILLIAM) J(OHN)
-The Captain-General. Warne, 1888 [ship, 1629]
Murder of an M.P. [England]
GORTON, MRS. CYNTHIA M. ROBERTS. 1826-1894.
GOSLING, JOHN NEVILLE. 1905-1966. See: Douglas Warner.
GOWER, IRIS. Iris Davies, 1935-2010.
GRAHAM, MRS. HENRY GREY. 1845-1921. (Correcting middle name, adding death date.)
GRAHAM, SHEILAH. Birth name: Lily Shuel (correction of Addenda #13).
GRAY, ANGELA. Dorothy (Smith) Daniels, 1907-2001.
GRAYSON, ELIZABETH. Joseph L(ewis) Chadwick, 1909-1987.
GREATOREX, CLIFFORD W(ILLEY). 1896-1945. Add: born and died in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England; served in Royal Army Medical Corps in WWI.
GREEN, WALTON (ATWATER). 1881-1954. Born in New York and died in Lakeville, Connecticut; graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School; editor and publisher of The Boston Journal; served as a battalion commander in France in WWI; member of the New York Stock Exchange 1919-1925; contributed articles and stories to magazines.
GREIG, ANDREW. SC: Kirsty Fowler, in “The Return of John McNab” and subsequent novel(s).
GRETH, LE ROMA. Pseudonym: Le Roma Rose, q.v.
GROSS, KEN(NETH G.). (Richard) Bo Dietl, 1950- .
GRYLAK, MOSHE. (Corrected spelling.)
GUMLEY, F(REDERICK) W(ILMOT). 1898-198? (Still alive in 1982.)
GUNN, JAMES EDWARD. 1932(?)- . (Changing birth date.)
GUTHRIE, JOHN. Pseudonym of John Brodie, 1905-1954. Born in New Zealand; reporter and editor there and in England, where he went in 1935; died on the voyage back to New Zealand.
-Journey by Twilight. Laurie, 1949 [England]
HAIGH, RAYMOND. SC: Paul Lomax (correction).
HALL, FAMARS. Pseudonym.
Braganzio the Brigand; or, The Spirit and the Proof. (Title correction.)
HAMILL, EDSON T.
The Child Killer. (by Paul Hofrichter, q.v.)
HANCOCK, HARRIE I(RVING). Add pseudonym: Remson Douglas, q.v.
HANNAN, (ROBERT) CHARLES. ca.1863-1922.
HANO, BONNIE. 1926- . Born Bonnie Abraham in Sioux City, Iowa. See: Mike Heller.
HANSARD, RENE [HENRIETTA I. L. JUTA HANSARD]. 1877-1940.
HARDING, HAROLD. Pseudonym: Gene Evans, q.v.
HARDING, HARRY. 1885-1935(?).
HARDY, A(NNA) S(ARAH) F. ca.1847-1905. Born in Ireland; died in Farnham, England.
HARDY, FRANCES H. Edward James Cattell, 1856-1937.
Strange Heritage. [Ireland] (Deleting the dash.)
HARPER, RICHARD (J.). (Adding middle initial.)
HARRELL, ANDREW. Pseudonym of Robert Hugill, 1892-1984, q.v. Other pseudonym: Sinton Elgar, q.v.
HARRESCHOU, MICHAEL MURRAY. 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
HARRIES, THOMAS ROBERT ALEXANDER. Delete.
HARRIS, ELIZABETH. 1944- .
HARRIS, EVELYN. Show SC as: Lee “Largely” Large.
HARRIS, HELEN CHRISTY. 1916-2005(?). Pseudonym: Helen Christy, q.v.
The Good Friday Murder. TV movie: Hallmark, 2004, as Murder Without Conviction (scw: Bruce Franklin Singer; dir: Kevin Connor)
HARRIS, MURIEL. Pseudonym of Hannah Muriel Harris Hueffer, 1879-1975. Born in Abingdon; died in London; author and journalist.
HARRIS-BURLAND, JOHN (BURLAND). Studied at Oxford, winning the Newdigate prize; was briefly on the stage, then a secretary of public companies, then a full-time writer.
HARRISON, CHIP. Add pseudonyms: Anne Campbell Clark, Gary Corbin, qq.v.
HARTLEY, L(ESLIE) P(OLES)
The Travelling Grave and other stories. Correction: the Barker/Dragon pb, 1959, reprint does include A Change of Ownership and The Thought.
City of Blood. (by Leslie Alan Horvitz, 1948- , q.v.)
Death on the Docks. (by Leslie Alan Horvitz, 1948- , q.v.)
Massacre at Russian River. (by Leslie Alan Horvitz, 1948- , q.v.)
The Mexico Kill. (by Leslie Alan Horvitz, 1948- , q.v.)
HASLETTE, JOHN. Add pseudonym: George Varney, q.v.
HATHAWAY, ANN. Pseudonym of Frances G. King.
HAWKEY, RAYMOND. 1930-2010.
John Solomon, Supercargo. [North Africa]
The Shawl of Solomon. [Saudi Arabia]
HAWTHORNE, E. M. D. Correction: Joint pseudonym of Ethel Maude Dolbey, 1900-1987, and Geoffrey May, 1900-1964. Dolbey was a solicitor, born in Argentina of British parents, educated at St. Andrews in Scotland, and lived near Oxford, England, in retirement. Geoffrey May was a barrister, born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and died in Norton, Massachusetts. Both were students at the London School of Economics at one time, and met there.
The Case of the Crazy Atom. No SC
HAYES, RALPH (EUGENE)
All That Glitters. Manor pb, 1977 SC: Stoner [Istanbul]
The Andean Murders. [Bolivia]
HEAD, HELEN SMITH. Pseudonym of Helen Smith Head Johnston.
HEAL, ANTHONY. (Delete middle name and dates.)
HEALD, ANN. Pseudonym: Aya Heald, q.v.
HEALD, AYA. Pseudonym of Ann Heald.
The Moorland Mystery. [Scotland]
HEED, RUFUS. Pseudonym of Ruth Martha Byers Heed, 1891-1964. Newspaperwoman and one of the first women publicity agents in the U.S.
HEED, RUTH MARTHA BYERS. 1891-1964. Pseudonym: Rufus Heed, q.v.
So I’m a Heel. (Note: The copyright is registered in the name of Arnold Hano’s wife, Bonnie Hano, 1926- , so presumably she was the actual author.)
HEMING, BRACEBRIDGE (GEORGE). 1903-1988.
HEMING, (DOROTHY) EILEEN (MARSH). Add pseudonym: James Cahill, q.v.
HENDRYX, JAMES B(EARDSLEY)
-Snowdrift. Add British edition: Hutchinson, ca.1935. SC: Corporal Cameron Downey makes only a brief appearance.
HEPENSTALL, W(ILLIAM) D(ANIEL). 1875- . (Correcting birth date and middle name.) Born in Newtownmountkennedy, County Wicklow, Ireland; wrote magazine stories and plays; lived in the U.S. 1913-1921; died in Greystones, Ireland, in the 1950s. Ralph Cullinan, ca.1883-1950.
HERZOG, ARTHUR. 1927-2010.
HESS, JANICE. ca.1946- .
HEWITT, KATHLEEN. Pseudonym of Kathleen Douglas Brown Pitcher, 1893-1980.
HIGGINBOTHAM, JOHN C(HARLES). 1866-1919.
HILL, FREDERICK TREVOR
Stories of the Railroad. Delete (correctly listed under John A. Hill)
HILL, PAMELA. Add pseudonym: Isabel Tain, q.v.
HILTON, JOHN DEANE. 1855-1931(?).
The Telephone Never Tells. [England]
HOARE, (JOHN) DOUGLAS. 1875-1947(?).
HOCKING, SILAS (KITTO). Add: ordained as a Methodist minister, and retired from the ministry to write.
HODDER-WILLIAMS, (JOHN) CHRISTOPHER (GLAZEBROOK)
-The Egg-Shaped Thing. Add U.S. edition: Putnam, 1967
HOGAN, JAMES P. 1941-2010.
HOLDAWAY, NEVILLE ALDRIDGE. 1894-1954.
HOPPE, BROWN DeRESZKE. 1917-1998.
HOWE, ARTHUR (A.). (Adding middle initial.)
HUEFFER, HANNAH MURIEL HARRIS. 1879-1975. Pseudonym: Muriel Harris, q.v.
HUGHES, WILLIAM. Pseudonym of Hugh Williams.
HUGILL, ROBERT. 1892-1984. (Correcting birth date.) Add pseudonym: Andrew Harrell, q.v.
HUME, DORIS. (Show name thus.) Pseudonym of Doris Hume Bovee, 1914-1982.
HUNTER, AYLMER (DOUGLAS TRAILL). 1893-1954.
HURST, HEATHER SMITH. Pseudonym of Heather Smithurst.
INKSTER, GEORGE LEONARD MACAULEY. 1885-1963.
IRVINE, ANGIE [ANGELA P. IRVINE]. 1938- . (Correcting birth date.)
IRVINE, HELEN (FLORENCE) DOUGLAS. 1880-1947.
IRVING, ALEXANDER. Anne Fahrenkopf (Bellos), 1921-2006.
ISAACS, LEVI. ca.1888- .
JACKSON, MARR. Pseudonym of Alfred Harold Edwards, 1878-1964. A barrister.
JACKSON, ROBERT. SC: George Yeoman (spelling correction).
JACOT, B. L. Bernard Louis Jacot De Boinod, 1898-1977.
JAFFE, MICHELE. SC: Crispin Foscari, in both titles.
The Egyptian Coffin. Add U.S. edition: Berkley pb, 2005
Fool’s Gold. Add U.S. edition: Berkley pb, 2006
Let There Be Blood. Add U.S. edition: Berkley pb, 2004
JAMES, (FLORENCE) ADA. 1861-1911.
JAMES, DUDLEY (WILLIAM HENRY). 1873-1922.
JANSSON, ROBERT (EDWARD W.). 1936- . Born in London; graduate of University of London; did postdoctoral research at UCLA; living in Missouri.
JAUNIERE, CLAUDETTE. Note: French editions published as by Claude Jauniere, a pseudonym.
JEFFREY, SIRI. 1955- . Pseudonym: Elizabeth Dearl, q.v.
JELLISON, JERRY (C.). 1943- . Not a pseudonym.
JENKINS, (MARGARET) ELIZABETH (HEALD). 1905-2010. (Correction.)
JEWELL, ROBERT. 1845-1922.
JOHN, KATHERINE (GOWER). ca.1906-1984.
JOHN, ROMILLY. Add: born in Paris. Katherine (Gower) John, ca.1906-1984.
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH (FLOURNOY). 1881- . Born in Indianapolis, the daughter of Tom Loftin Johnson, who became mayor of Cleveland.
JOHNSTON, HELEN SMITH HEAD. Pseudonym: Helen Smith Head, q.v.
Dangerous Maze. [England]
JONES, J. L. T. E.
Crime Reporter. [London]
JULOC. Daniel Havelock Fisher, 1858-1901(?).
JUPP, RICHARD F(RANKLIN). 1851-1919. Solicitor.
JURUS, B(ETTY LOU) ABELL. 1933- .
KARSLAND, COLLIS. Pseudonym of Francis Edward Morse Stephens, 1864-1936.
KARSLAND, VEVA. (Spelling correction.) Pseudonym of Amy Ellen Stephens, 1860- .
KAUFMANN, GEORGE S(OTHERN). 1900-1976. (Correction; delete reference to Alexander Woolcott.)
KAVANAGH, PAUL. Add pseudonyms: Anne Campbell Clark, Gary Corbin, qq.v.
KAVANAUGH, CYNTHIA. Dorothy (Smith) Daniels, 1907-2001.
KAYE, H. B.
This Man a Stranger. [England]
KEARNEY, ROBERT. Pseudonym of Mike Edwards.
Assassin. Berkley, 1976
KELLY, F(RANCIS) J. (Adding first name.)
KELLY, NANCY. Nancy Bush, 1953- .
Bertha in the Background. Correct publisher to: Long
KENDRICK, BAYNARD (HARDWICK)
The Murderer Who Wanted More. [New York City]
KENRICK, DOUGLAS (MOORE). Show author thus.
Armed Uprising. Hale, 1978 [South Pacific]
KENT, MARTIN. Add pseudonym: James Cahill, q.v.
KENYON, CAMILLA (EUGENIE LIES). 1876-1957. Died in Alameda, California.
Death Is a Ruby Light. Add British edition: Futura pb, 1975
Diamonds Are for Dying. Add British edition: Futura pb, 1975 [Brazil]
The Ecstasy Connection. Add British edition: Futura pb, 1975
Hard-Core Murder. Add British edition: Futura pb, 1975
KING, CHARLES (THOMAS). 1868-1932. Reporter and interviewer with provincial papers, Daily Mail (4 years) and Daily Express (15 years).
KING, FRANCES G. Pseudonym: Ann Hathaway, q.v.
KING, T . STANLEYAN
The Quest of the Soltada Emeralds. Aldine pb, 1910s SC: Dixon Brett
KINGSTON, CHARLES. Pseudonym of Charles Kingston O’Mahony, 1884-1944. (Correcting last name spelling.) Born in Mitchelstown, County Cork, Ireland; educated in Dublin; author and journalist. (Correcting birthplace.)
A Miscarriage of Justice. No SC
KINNEY, THOMAS. Pseudonym of Curtis Kinney Thomas, 1905-2002.
KIPPAX, PETER. Pseudonym of W(alter) F(rederick) Morris, 1892-1975, q.v.
KIRKLAND, ALEXANDER. 1901- . Actor, born in Mexico City.
KNEESHAW, J(OHN) W(ILLIAM). 1857-1915. Born in Newbald, Yorkshire; died in Burnley.
KNIGHT, MAUDE C(AROLINE HILL). 1866-1917. Born in Oxford; a journalist.
Steps to the Grotto. (Note: Although copyright records indicate that Thomas M. Disch was the author, anecdotal evidence suggests that it was written by Charles Naylor, -2005.)
KOHLI, ULRICH. 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
KOLEMINE, ALEXANDRINE VON. 1854-1941.
KORNBLUTH, J(UDITH) L(YNN). 1945- . L(uigi) M. DiFonzo. (Giving DiFonzo’s first name.)
KOTLAN, C(HARLES) M(ICHAEL). 1940-2009.
KOVACS, KATHERINE (CATHERINE?). 1921(?)- . Pseudonym: Katherine Coffaro, q.v.
KRULL, GEORGE. Delete.
KULL, GEORGE F(REDERICK?). 1911-1963. Pseudonym: Dean Evans, q.v.
A Tiger in the Night. Add U.K. edition: Ace pb (London), 1957
LAHEE, M(ARGARET) R(EBECCA). 1831-1895. Born in Carlow, Ireland; spent much of her life in Lancashire, especially Rochdale.
LAMBERT, DUDLEY (DAVIES). 1880-1955. A solicitor. Rosa Anstruther Lambert, 1890-1975.
LAMBERT, LESLIE HARRISON. 1881-1941. (Correcting death date.)
LAMBERT, ROSA ANSTRUTHER. 1890-1975.
LANDON, EDWIN J(OHNSTON). 1898-1971. Born in England; died in New Zealand; a journalist.
LANG, ANTHONY. Add pseudonym: George Varney, q.v.
LANSDOWNE, ANDREW. ca.1837-1917. Born in Surrey; police officer who retired as Detective Inspector, C.I.D. Scotland Yard.
LAUDER, STUART. Pseudonym of David Stuart Leslie, 1921-1999. Born in London, educated in Australia; served in the R.A.F. during WWII.
LAYARD, FLORENCE (LOUISA). ca.1849-1924. Born in India; died in Bath, England; never married.
LEAROYD, C(ECIL) G(EORGE). 1891-1969. A doctor (general practitioner) in Sussex.
LECHMERE, DAVID. Pseudonym of David Lechmere Anderson, ca.1860-1934. Born in Scotland; educated in medicine in Edinburgh; Medical Officer of Health in Doncaster, England, for many years; specialized in the treatment of tuberculosis and causes and diagnosis of coal miner’s vision loss.
LEE, FLEMING. Add pseudonym: Norman Conway, q.v.
LEGGETT, H(ARRY) W(ILLIAM)
Under Suspicion. [London]
LE HURAY, C(YRIL) P(ETER). 1890-1959.
The Devil in a Domino. [London]
LEROY, MARGARET (R.). 1962- . (Corrections.)
LESLIE, DAVID STUART. 1921-1999. Pseudonym: Stuart Lauder, q.v.
LEVY, B. R. Pseudonym: Ann Chester, q.v.
The Unknown Murderer. [Colorado]
LINCOLN, MAURICE. Esmond Condy, 1887- . (Correction of real name.)
LIPSCOMB, DR. GEORGE, M.D. 1773-1846. Pseudonym: John English, q.v.
LODER, VERNON. Add pseudonym: George Varney, q.v.
LONG, JAMES EDMOND. (Adding first name.)
LOUGHNAN, JOHN PYM. 1877-1941.
Shadows and Dark Places. [London]
LOW, ONA. SC: Insp. Arvo Laurila. (Spelling correction.)
LYALL, GAVIN (TUDOR)
The Secret Servant. TV movie (miniseries): BBC, 1984 (scw: Brian Clemens; dir: Alastair Reid).
LYNCH, LAWRENCE. Emma Murdock Van Deventer, 1853-1914. (Correcting the dates and spelling of maiden name.)
McCALLION, HARRY. ca.1952- . Pseudonym. Byline also: Henry McCallion, q.v. Born in Glasgow; served in British and South African Special Services; later a barrister.
McCALLION, HENRY. ca.1952- . Pseudonym. Byline also: Harry McCallion, q.v
McCOY, NATHANIEL P. Pseudonym of George Grandison Millar, ca.1860-1913.
McCRAE, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Dorothy Fletcher, q.v. Other pseudonym: Miriam Canfield, q.v.
MacDONALD, DONALD. 1857-1931. Born in Victoria, Australia; author and journalist (with Melbourne “Argus”); best known in Australia as a sporting writer and authority on natural history.
Two Kinds of Murder. [London]
McDONALD, HUGH. Delete entry; title (“Brigade of Terror”) moved to Hugh C. McDonald.
McDONALD, HUGH C(HISHOLM).
Brigade of Terror. Ballantine, 1980 (Book may not actually have been published.)
MacDONALD, RONALD. 1860-1933. (Correcting birth date.) Born in London; educated at Oxford Unviersity; came to the U.S. as a schoolmaster but returned to England in 1895 to devote himself to literary work.
McGILLIVRAY, DAVID. Robert David Conway, 1949-2001.
McGRATH, JOE. 1930- .
McGRAW, LEE. Pseudonym of Paul Zakaras, 1940- .
McKAY, RANDLE. Richard Wilmer Rowan, 1894-1964. (Deleting question mark.)
McKINNON, MARION CROOK. Delete.
MacLIESH, DOROTHY DELIUS ALLAN BLACK. 1890-1977.
McLOUGHLIN, ROY (WILLIAM). 1912-2005. Born in Maidenhead, England; died in Jersey; a BBC radio Light Programme and Home Service announcer; moved to Jersey and served as a broadcast journalist.
MACMUNN, (LT. GEN.) GEORGE (FLETCHER). Add: served in the Royal Artillery in India and Upper Burma and South Africa; Quarter-Master General in India; Deputy Assistant Director of Remounts at the War Office in 1912; sent to Mesopotamia in 1916 as Inspector-General of Communications and became Commander-in-Chief in 1919; died at Sackville College.
MacNEE, PATRICK. Add pseudonym: C. J. Floyd, q.v.
McNUTT, CYRUS F(INLEY). 1937-1911. Born in Indiana; member of the Indiana Bar; Professor of Law at University of Indiana; Superior Court Judge; moved to Los Angeles in 1896 and died there.
MacPHERSON, JOHN F. 1873- . Born in Melbourne, Australia; taken to England in 1878; educated at Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge.
MacROSS, ROSS. James Reach, 1905-1970. (Correcting birth date.)
MACSWANN, NORMAN (FINLAYSON). 1917-2008. Born in Maclean, New South Wales, Australia; journalist and foreign correspondent.
MACK, CAROL K. 1938- . (Correcting birth date.)
MADAMOUR, DENISE. Pseudonym: Jean De Secary, q.v.
MAGALI. Pseudonym of Jeanne Philbert, later Idiers, still later Corradot, 1898-1986.
MALGONKAR, MANOHAR (DATTATRAY). 1913-2010.
My Shadow, Death. (Title correction.)
MALLORY, PETER. SC: Jeff Alston, in both titles.
MALONE, STEPHENS GERARD. 1957- . Pseudonym: Laura Fairburn, q.v.
MANCERON, GENEVIEVE. French author of untranslated pulp thrillers under other names; sister of French historian Claude Manceron; probably born in Brittany (where he was) to a French naval officer and a Greek princess.
MANDEVILLE, D. E.
Hot Line–Capricorn. [South Africa]
MANN, JULIET. Pseudonym of Jeanne Blocklinger, 1895-1970. Other pseudonym: Jeanne Bowman, q.v.
MANNING, HILDA. James Reach, 1905-1970. (Correcting birth date.)
MANNION, JOHN B. 1931-2009.
MARCONI, DAVID (JOSEPH). 1956- .
MAREAN, BEATRICE. Apparently born Isabella A. Shuffleton in Iowa around 1844, married W. H. Marean in the 1860s, and adopted the first name Beatrice in time for the 1900 census; later she married Rene R. Snowden and lived in California. Delete reference to Caledorina Ferguson Snowden.
MARKSON, DAVID (MERRILL). 1927-2010.
MARLOW, TERRY. William R(outh) Clair, 1943-2000.
MARLOWE, G(ABRIEL) S. Pseudonym of Gabriel Beer-Hoffman, 1901-1971. Born in Austria; died in Scotland; Gabriel Marlowe may have become his legal name.
MARLOWE, JOHN. Pseudonym of Jack Marler Collard, 1909-1995. Born in London; died in Hampshire.
MARSH, EILEEN. Add pseudonym: James Cahill, q.v.
Wheels Within Wheels. Drane’s, 1914 [Australia]
MARSHALL, IAN. Pseudonym of Oswald (C. C.) Dallas, 1888-1951. See also: Captain Dallas, and Draycot (Montagu) Dell, 1888-1940.
MARTIN, DOROTHEA. Pseudonym of Kathleen Douglas Brown Pitcher, 1893-1980. (Correction.) Other pseudonym: Kathleen Hewitt, q.v.
MARTIN, HECTOR PAULIN. Living in Johannesburg at the time of his books.
MARTIN, MARCIA. Marcia Martin Cole, 1948- .
MASON, J(OHN) W(ILLIAM)
The Saboteurs. Correct publisher to: Muller
MASSIE, ALICE ELIZABETH. 1884-1961.
MAY, GEOFFREY. 1900-1964. Joint pseudonym with Ethel Maude Dolbey, 1900-1987: E. M. D. Hawthorne, q.v.
MAY, NAOMI. 1934- . Born in Scotland; lived in Northern Ireland for some years.
MAZZARO, ED. Add pseudonym: C. J. Floyd, q.v.
MEAR, H(ARRY ROBERT) FOWLER. 1888-1985.
MEDINA, LOUISE. -1838.
MEHTA, D(ORAB) R(USTOMJI). 1917- . Born in Mumbai, India; journalist, playwright and novelist.
MERSEREAU, JOHN. New biographical sketch: Born in Manistique, Michigan; family moved to California in 1907; lived variously in California until enlisting in the Navy in 1941; edited a navy recruitment magazine in Washington D.C. after the war; moved to Santa Barbara, then to Mexico, and finally to Forsythe, Missouri, where he died; pulp writer, novelist and screenwriter.
MESERVEY, RUSS(ELL CLARE). 1918-1994. Born in Howard, Wisconsin; died in Barron, Wisconsin.
METIER, PHILLIP. (Correcting spelling of first name.)
Havana. Correct publisher/date to: Digit pb, 1961
MIDDLETON, TED. Pseudonym of Theodore Ogden.
MILLAR, GEORGE GRANDISON. ca.1860-1913. Pseudonym: Nathaniel P. McCoy, q.v.
The Animal Letter. (Title correction; show as pb.)
Commissioner’s Cowboys. (Show as pb.)
The Devil’s Vicar. (Show as pb.)
The Hyte Manuever. Also published as by David Wind: iUniverse pb, 2002
Death Flight. SC: Verban
MOLNAR, LOUIS. 1872-1956. Born in Franklin, Pennsylvania; worked in cattle, mining and manufacturing businesses; high school teacher in California; member of the Bar in Washington D.C. and California; worked for the Navy Department, Washington D.C., for 9 years.
MONCKTON, GEOFFREY F(RANCIS). 1865-1927. Born in Southwell, Nottinghamshire; apparently died in Canada.
MONTAGUE, NELL ST. JOHN. Pseudonym of Eleanor Standish-Barry, ca.1881-1944. Born in Ireland; died in Kensington, London.
Gambling with Fire. (Deleting the dash.)
MOODY, (HENRY) LAWRENCE. (Show name thus.) An Ulsterman, son of ex-Moderator Irish Presbyterian Church; had varied career as stockbroker, civil servant and librarian of a technical college.
The Ruthless Ones. Also published as: What Became of Jack and Jill. Sphere pb, 1972
What Became of Jack and Jill; see The Ruthless Ones
MOOSCHEKIAN, ALYCE B. 1904-1990. Pseudonym: Jean Erskine Ferris, q.v.
MORDAUNT, ELINOR. Evelyn May Clowes Mordaunt Wiehe, 1872-1942. (Correcting birth date.)
MORLAND, CATHERINE. Add pseudonym: Sarah Sloan, q.v.
MORRIS, W(ALTER) F(REDERICK). 1892-1969. Pseudonym: Peter Kippax, q.v.
MORRISON, MICHAEL ANDREWS. ca.1854-1923.
MORTOLA, JEAN. Pseudonym of Cyril Bruyn Andrews, 1885-1948? Born in Mentone, France.
MORUM, WILLIAM. 1911(?)- .
MORWOOD, PETER. 1956- . Born and educated in Ireland; came to the U.S. and married co-author Diane (Elizabeth) Duane, 1952- , q.v., and they later relocated to Ireland.
MOSHER, JOHN S(TEWART). ca.1903-1963. Born in China; worked in U.S. Consul Service.
MOULES, JOAN (M.). 1931- . Birth name: Joan M. Longfellow.
MOWBRAY, JOHN. Add pseudonym: George Varney, q.v.
MUNDIS, JERROLD (JAMES). Add pseudonym: Julia Withers, q.v.
MUNRO, ALEXANDER RICHARD B. See: Alick Munro.
MUNRO, ALICK. Possibly Alexander Richard B. Munro, born in Scotland ca.1871, died in Leeds in 1935.
MURPHY, DAVID J(OHN). 1905-1955.
MWANGI, MEJA. Pseudonym: David Duchi, q.v.
NELSON, KARL DOUGLAS. Delete.
To Win and to Lose. Correct U.S. publisher from Pinnacle to: Zebra pb
The Winston Churchill Murder. Correct U.S. publisher from Pinnacle to Zebra pb
NEPEAN, ELEANOR AUGUSTA HEATHER. 1875-1963. Pseudonym: A Whisper, q.v.
NESBITT, DORA (MOORE TWOPENNY). 1861-1930.
NEWNHAM, DON. Pseudonym: Matthew Eden, q.v.
NEWTON, WILLIAM (SIMPSON)
Don’t Hold Your Breath. (This is a heavily revised version of “Coffin for a Cutie,” as by Spike Morelli, q.v.)
NICHOLS, CAROLYN. Stanlee Miller Coy, 1945- . (Correcting birth date.)
NICHOLSON, KAY. Joint pseudonym of Judith Fay, 1915-2007, and Suzanne Fay Baker Dore, 1924- .
NIELSON, KARL DOUGLAS. 1952- . Pseudonym: Carl Douglass, q.v.
NKOSI, LEWIS. 1936-2010.
NORO, FRED. Pseudonym.
NORRIS, W(ILLIAM) E(DWARD)
-Lone Marie. Macmillan (London), 1905
O., A. J. Pseudonym of Arthur James Ogilvy, 1834-1914.
-Sullivan and Co. Hobart Clipper Press, 1905 [Tasmania]
O’CONNELL, LIAM. (Robert) Thomas Collins (Jr.), 1947-2006.
OGDEN, THEODORE. Pseudonym: Ted Middleton, q.v.
OGILVY, ARTHUR JAMES. 1834-1914. Pseudonym: A. J. O., q.v.
OKAMURA, YOSHIYUKI. 1947- . Pseudonym: Buronson, q.v.
O’KANE, JESSIE CHAMPION MAYELL. 1884-1975. Pseudonym: Jessie Champion, q.v.
OLDE, NICHOLAS. Amian Lister Champneys, 1879-1951.
O’MAHONY, CHARLES KINGSTON. 1884-1944. (Correcting last name spelling.)
O’NAIR, MAIRI. Constance May Evans, 1888-1982.
ORCZY, BARONESS (EMMUSKA). SC: Sir Percy Blake of Blakeney (ancestor of Sir Percy Blakeney) = PB.
The First Sir Percy. SC: PB (correction)
The Laughing Cavalier. Hodder, 1914; Doran, 1921 PB [Holland, 1624]
ORMEROD, (WILLIAM) ROGER
The Amnesia Trap. Add SC: George Coe, Elsa Mallin
The Colour of Fear. Add SC Elsa Mallin
A Glimpse of Death. SC: George Coe (correction)
More Dead Than Alive. Add SC: Elsa Mallin
Sealed with a Loving Kill. Add SC Elsa Mallin
A Spoonful of Luger. SC: George Coe (correction)
ORGAN, PERRY. Perry Organ Carroll, 1933- .
ORNSTIEN, ALFRED [ABRAHAM ISAAC ORNSTIEN]. 1885-1961. Born and died in London.
ORPEN, ADELA E(LIZABETH RICHARDS). 1855-1927. Born in Virginia; died in Ireland.
OSTLERE , MAY [MARY JANE OSTLERE]. ca.1850-1916. Born in Scotland; died in London.
O’SULLIVAN, J(AMES) B(RENDAN)
Raid. Correct publication date to: 1958
OXENDEN, MAUD (ALICE). ca.1865-1942. Born in India; died in Midhurst, Sussex.
PAINE, JAMES WELCOME. 1953- . Pseudonym: Tom Elliott, q.v.
PARSONS, (HAROLD FREDERICK) DOLLOND. 1913-1941. Born in London; killed in action in WWII.
The Antwerp Appointment. SC: Steve Brady
Operation Zenith. [WWII]
Red Exit. [Scotland]
The Seven Sleepers. [England]
PAYNE, RONALD CHARLES. John William Garrod, 1922- .
PEARCE, CHARLES LOUIS ST. JOHN. 1878-1941.
PEDDIE, JAMES. ca.1839-1905. Born in Scotland; died in London.
PEOPLE, GRANVILLE CHURCH. Delete.
PEREIRA, MICHAEL (NICHOLAS O’DONNELL)
The Fifth Answer. [Norway]
When One Door Shuts. [Istanbul]
PEREIRA, W(ILFRED) D(ENNIS). 1921- . Born in London; worked in aircraft industry; sales executive of large manufacturing company.
The Lion and the Lambs. Hale, 1959 [London]
North Flight. Hale, 1959
PERNOT, PIERRETTE-HENRIETTE. 1924-1990. Pseudonym: Catherine Arley, q.v.
PERRY, RICHARD S. Pseudonym: Dick Winfield, q.v.
PETERS, FIONA MAUD BAINES. 1919-1961. Pseudonym: Fiona Sinclair, q.v.
PETERSEN, (WILLIAM) PAUL. 1945- . Actor, singer, and novelist; founded a child actor support group.
PETERSON, MARGARET (ANNE)
Money Men and One-Shot Deal. Show first separate publication of One-Shot Deal as: Pinnacle, 1983 (Correction.)
PETRIE, RHONA. Eileen-Marie Duell Buchanan, 1922-2010. Add pseudonym: Alison Cairns, q.v.
PETRON, ANGELA. Pseudonym of Angela Doherty Tuckett, 1923-2006.
PHILLIPS, MARY. 1915- . SC: Simon Dube, in both titles.
Day of the Dragon. Waterman (Johannesburg), 1995
Wake Not the Wolf. Waterman (Johannesburg), 1995
PIETRE, MARCEL GEORGES. 1922-1995.
PITCHER, KATHLEEN DOUGLAS BROWN. 1893-1980. Pseudonyms: Kathleen Hewitt, Dorothea Martin, qq.v.
PLATER, ALAN (FREDERICK). 1935-2010.
PLATTS, HERBERT W(ALTON). 1870-1940. Born in Melbourne, Australia; lived most of his life in New Zealand, where he was a boat captain.
POLLARD, ANNE DENN SMITH. ca.1823-1893. Pseudonym: John Pomeroy, q.v.
POMEROY, JOHN. Pseudonym of Anne Denn Smith Pollard, ca.1823-1893.
POND, E(USTACE) J(OHN). 1898- . Born in Fulham, England.
POOLE, GRANVILLE CHURCH. 1897-1963. Pseudonym: Granville Church, q.v.
POWER, (WILMA) JO-ANN. (Adding first name.)
PRIMM, PERRINGTON. Pseudonym of Gertrude Knoop, 1867-1951. Born in Maghull-Halsall, Lancashire; died in Bathavon, Somerset.
PROUDFOOT, WALTER. Add pseudonym: George Varney, q.v.
PUISSESSEAU, RENE (MARCEL CAMUS). ca.1920-ca.1970. French journalist who disappeared in Cambodia in 1970.
Someone Will Die Tonight in the Caribbean. (Note: This may be regarded as nonfiction that could be read as a novel.)
PUSEY, F(REDERICK) G(EORGE). 1905- . Born in Brentford, England, but went to South Africa in 1907.
PUTNAM, XENO(PHON WHITING). 1867- . Born in Pennsylvania.
RAMPAL, S(ATENDRA) N(ATH). (Giving name in full.)
RAMSDEN, LEWIS. Pseudonym of Arthur Charles Lisle Dowding, 1864-1936. Born in Clifton, Gloucestershire; died in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.
RAND, JOHN. James Reach, 1905-1970. (Correcting birth date.)
RANDALL, ANTHONY A(SHETON)
Ride a Tiger. [England, Greece]
Suicide Passage. SC: Roger Patten [India]
To Catch a Spy. SC: Roger Patten [Switzerland]
RATH, E. J.
Gas-Drive In. Watt, 1925. British title: The Stolen Car. Nelson (London), 1929
The Stolen Car; see Gas-Drive In
RAVEL, JUDITH. ca.1910- . Born in New York City.
RAYNE, M(ARTHA) L(OUISE). 1836-1911. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia; pioneering woman journalist, with several Chicago papers (including the Chicago Tribune) and the Detroit Free Press; became owner and editor of the Chicago Magazine of Fashion, Music and Home Reading in 1870; opened Mrs. Rayne’s School of Journalism in Detroit in 1886.
RAYNER, CLAIRE (BERENICE)
Lady Misland. (Delete the dash.)
REACH, JAMES. 1905-1970. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Brooklyn; died in Manhattan; graduate of Texas Christian University; director of the literary department of Samuel French, Inc., publishers.
What Have They Done to You, Tom? [England] (Note: The Corgi edition gives Bill Reade on the cover and spine but Bill Reede on the title page and front endpaper.)
REDMOND, A(NTON) E(DWARD). 1947- .
Dead Is Forever. [England, Spain, France]
REEMAN, DOUGLAS (EDWARD)
Deep Water. Jarrolds, 1959 [England]
RETCLIFF, JOHN. Delete.
REYNOLDS, CATHERINE. Add Peter Leslie pseudonym: C. J. Floyd, q.v.
REZNEK, LAWRIE. 1953- . A qualified psychiatrist, with a Ph.D. from Oxford University; staff psychiatrist at Sunnybrook Hospital, Toronto, and Associate Professor in the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry.
RICHARDSON, SUZANNE. Iris Davies, 1935-2010.
RIVERS, GAYLE. Raymond Brooks, ca.1948- .
RIXON, ANNA LOUISA. 1886-1975. Maiden name of Mrs. Richard de Clare Studdert.
ROBERTS, MARY KELLY. 1936-2006.
ROBERTSHAW, JAMES. 1846-1913.
ROBERTSON, HARRY [HENRY McLEOD ROBERTSON]. 1932-1996. Born in Elgin, Scotland; died in London; composer, conductor, writer and director.
ROBINSON, BENJAMIN. 1843-1888. Born in Fayetteville, North Carolina; died in Florida; newspaper publisher, editor, political activist, lawyer, officer in the Confederate Army.
ROE, EDWARD PAYSON. New biographical sketch: Born in Moodna, New York; educated at Williams College and Auburn Theological Seminary; army and hospital chaplain; pastor of a Presbyterian Church in Highland Falls, New York; novelist and writer for periodicals.
Brainwash; see The Climate of Hell
The Climate of Hell. Australian title: Brainwash. Ure Smith (Sydney), 1958
The Mobster. Add British edition: World Distributors pb, 1972
There Are Dead Men in Manhattan. Add British edition for reprint as Triple Cross: World Distributors pb, 1972
ROLAINE, ROBERTA. Note: Books published in France as by Roberte Rolaine.
The Lady in Cement. Also published as by Marvin Albert: Fawcett pb, 1986
The Art Studio Murders. Correct date of Macfadden reprint to: 1964
Million Dollar Murder. Show date of GM reprint as: ca.1969
ROOD, HENRY EDWARD. 1867-1954. Pseudonym: Kingsland Crosby, q.v.
Murder in Store. [London]
ROPES, ARTHUR REED. 1859-1933. Born in Lewisham, London; died in Kensington, London; educated at King’s College, Cambridge; better known as a prolific lyricist for musical comedies under the pseudonym Adrian Ross.
ROPES, MARY EMILY. 1842-1932. Born in St. Petersburg, Russia; died in Cardiff, Wales. Older sister of Arthur Reed Ropes, q.v.
ROSE, LE ROMA. Pseudonym of Le Roma Greth, 1925- , q.v.
ROSI, CYNTHIA. Graduate of University of Seattle; reporter for newspapers in London; moved to Ohio; wrote, produced and edited 21 episodes of “The Conscious Voices” program for WCRS-FM.
ROSMANITH, OLGA L.
Don’t Say No. Delete (not criminous)
ROSS, HELEN HALYBURTON. 1873-1936. Born Helen Maude Ross in West Bengal, India; father was John Halyburton Ross.
ROTHWELL, H(ENRY) T(ALBOT)
Dive Deep for Danger. [South Africa]
Duet for Three Spies. [Africa]
Exit a Spy. [Holland, Germany]
ROURKE, THOMAS. Daniel Joseph Clinton, 1899-1993.
ROWAN, RICHARD WILMER. 1894-1964. (Deleting question mark.) Born in Philadelphia.
RUGAN, GEORGE DARWENT. Correct to: RUGEN, GEORGE DARWENT. 1909-1975.
RUSH, MARK. See: Norman Conway.
RUSSAN, ASHMORE. Pseudonym of Joseph Ashmore Russon, 1856-1940.
RUSSON, JOSEPH ASHMORE. 1856-1940. Pseudonym: Ashmore Russan, q.v.
Portway’s Quest. Ward, Lock, 1939 [Far East]
RYDER, SABIN. Pseudonym of Doris P. Sweeney.
SABER, W. J. Pseudonym of Warren J. Shanahan, 1926-1997.
SABERHAGEN, FRED(ERICK THOMAS)
Seance for a Vampire. Add British edition: Titan pb, 2010
SALTER, MARY. 1907- .
SANDEMAN, MINA. (Correcting spelling of first name.)
SANDERS, CHARLES WESLEY. 1876-1948. Born in Michigan; died in Seattle; lived for a time in Madison, Ohio, and was a newspaperman in Cleveland.
SANDERS, ELSIE M. (Correcting middle initial.)
SANDERSON, (RONALD) DOUGLAS
A Dead Bullfighter. [Spain]
SANFORD, WILLIAM E(DWARD). 1851-1906. Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts; died in Brooklyn.
SAPANOV, MADELEINE. Alice M(arie) Dodge, 1888-1962.
SARAZEN, NICHOLAS. Rick D. Cooper, 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
Family Reunion. [Los Angeles]
SAVAGE, MARY. Mary J. Savage Dresser, 1925- .
SCHOOLEY, KERRY J. 1949-2010.
SCHRYER, LORI. 1960- .
SCHUBERT, JOHN D. Add pseudonym: Sarah Sloan, q.v.
SCOTT, B(ARBARA) MONTAGU. Pseudonym of Ellen Alice Chesworth Durban, 1892-1979. Born in Lambeth, London; died in Brighton, Sussex.
SCOTT, E(RIC) C(LEMENT). 1877- .
-In the Thraldom of Fear. Show as pb (64 pp)
-A Modern Circe. Show as pb (64 pp.)
SCOTT, MYONA. Pseudonym: Tammy Thomas, q.v.
The Vulture. Add British edition: Payback pb, 1996
SCRUGGS, M. V. ca.1833-ca.1887.
SETON, GRAHAM. Joined army in 1910 after military education and retired as lieutenant-colonel; was a colonial police office, politician, advertising agent, painter, journalist, publicist, and college president.
The Pillar House. Routledge, 1888
SEWART, ALAN. SC: Detective Inspector Harry Chamberlane (correction).
Razor Jacques. SC: Detective Inspector Harry Chamberlane [England]
SHAFTEL, GEORGE ARMIN. 1903-1999. (Show name thus, correcting the dates.)
SHANAHAN, WARREN J. Pseudonym: W. J. Saber, q.v.
SHANNON, JIMMY. Pseudonym.
SHANNON, ROBERT TERRY. 1886- . Born in Kansas City, Missouri; Sunday Editor of the Kansas City Star when registering for WWI draft; later lived in Virginia and then Norwalk, Connecticut.
SHARP, (JAMES GEORGE) DAVID. 1889-1954. Died in Bodmin, Cornwall.
SHELDON, GILBERT. 1870-1931.
The Ladies of Lambton Green. [England]
SHERIDAN, JACK (WALRATH). 1916-1987. (Deleting the question marks.) Born in Los Angeles; attended San Matao Junior College; served in the U.S. Army Air Force in WWII; newspaper writer in San Francisco and Wichita Falls, Texas, before settling in Lubbock, Texas.
SHERIE, FENN. 1896-1953.
SHULMAN, SANDRA (DAWN)
-The Temptress. Delete (not criminous)
SHUMATE, FERN ELAINE NANCE. 1910-2003. Pseudonym: Nancy Clemens, q.v. (Correction.)
SIDGWICK, MRS. ALFRED. ca.1853-1934.
SIDGWICK, CECILY (ULLMAN). ca.1853-1934.
SIMART, HELENA. Note: Books published in France as by Helene Simart, 1918- .
SIMON, C. E. Pseudonym of C(lement Erwin) S(imon) Abraham, 1889- , q.v.
SIMPSON, HORACE J(AMES). 1875-1957. Born in Rochford, Essex, England; journalist and contributor to boys’ story papers.
SINCLAIR, FIONA. Pseudonym of Fiona Maud Baines Peters, 1919-1961. Stage actress and poet.
SLADEK, JOHN (THOMAS)
The Book of Clues. (Show title thus.) Non-fiction?
SLAUGHTER, JAMES SUMMERFIELD. ca.1934-1860.
SLIGO, JOHN. 1944-2010.
SLOAN, SARAH. Pseudonym of John D. Schubert, 1932- , q.v. Other pseudonym: Catherine Morland, q.v.
SMITH, D(ENNIS) O. 1948- . Born in Yorkshire, living in Norfolk.
SMITH, LYNNE A. 1949- .
SMITH, MARY E. ca.1850-1918.
SMITHELLS, ANABEL DOREEN BOSCAWEN. 1900-1987. Pseudonym: Linda Boscawen, q.v.
SMITHURST, HEATHER. Pseudonym: Heather Smith Hurst, q.v.
SNOWDEN, CALEDORINA FERGUSON. Delete.
SNYDER, EUGENE E(DMUND). 1918-2010.
SNYDER, DR. KIM. 1947(?)- . Pseudonym: Jack Chase, q.v.
SOMERS, SUZANNE. Dorothy (Smith) Daniels, 1907-2001.
SOUTHERLAND, KATHERINE VIRDEN. 1892-1955. Born in Bayonne, New Jersey; died in Wilmington, Delaware.
SPENCER, CLAIRE [CLAIRE SPENCER SMITH EVANS]. 1895-1987. Born in Glasgow; died in Brooksville, Maine.
-The Island. Rich, 1935; Smith & Haas, 1935
SPIESS, JAN [JAN SPIESS COOK]. 1898-1972.
Survival...ZERO! (Show title thus.)
STAGG, JOHN REGINALD. 1878-1916.
STANDISH-BARRY, ELEANOR. ca.1881-1944. Pseudonym: Nell St. John Montague, q.v.
STARK, RICHARD. See also: Darwyn Cooke, ca.1962- .
STASHOWER, DANIEL (MEYER)
The Adventure of the Ectoplasmic Man. Add British title: The Ecoplasmic Man. Titan pb, 2009
The Ecoplasmic Man; see The Adventure of the Ectoplasmic Man
STEPHENS, AMY ELLEN. 1860- . Pseudonym: Veva Karsland, q.v.
STEPHENS, FRANCIS EDWARD MORSE. 1864-1936. Pseudonym: Collis Karsland, q.v.
STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS
The Wrecker, with Lloyd Osbourne. (Adding co-author.)
STEWART, ANDREW. Andrew Herbert Dakers, 1887-1966.
STOCKTON, FRANK R(ICHARD)
The Lady, or the Tiger, and other stories. Delete ss The Discourager of Hesitancy
STOKES, FRANCIS WILLIAM. 1883-1963(?).
STONE, BARNEY. Wilfred Barnard Faraday, 1847-1953.
STONE, WILLIAM C(HARLES). H(arry Robert) Fowler Mear, 1888-1985.
STRAKER, J(OHN) F(OSTER). SC: David Wight (correction).
STUART, MRS. ARTHUR T. [NINA KATHLEEN G. WHITE STUART]. 1876-1908.
A Chance at Midnight. Dick (New York City), 1912 (1-act play.)
STUART, E. B. Pseudonym of Eugene Stuart Brown.
SUCHER, DOROTHY. 1933-2010.
SULLIVAN, VERNON. Pseudonym of Boris Vian, 1920-1959.
Delete book information here and move to Boris Vian entry.
SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM. John Murray Cooper, 1908-1991.
SWAN, JOHN. Kerry J. Schooley, 1949-2010.
SWEENEY, DORIS P. Pseudonym: Sabin Ryder, q.v.
SWORD, JOHN, SENIOR
The Bulitzer Baby Case. (Corrected spelling.)
TABLER, JOSEPH (NEIL). SC: Dana Freeman, in at least those marked DF.
Afghan Agent. [Afghanistan]
-Capitol Hill Clones. DF [Washington D.C.]
Deadly Decoy. [Korea]
The Meteoric Affair. DF
The Microwave Caper. DF
TAGGART, TOM (BARNARD). James Reach, 1905-1970. (Correcting birth date.)
TAIN, ISABEL. Pseudonym of Pamela Hill, 1920- , q.v. Other pseudonym: Sharon Fiske, q.v.
The Albino. Roper, 1889
TASHKENT, RENN. Irene Anne Francis Fekete, 1936-2004.
TAYLOR, BERT L(ESTON). Alvin T(rue) Thoits, 1859-192?
TAYLOR, ELSPETH. Born in Cape Town, South Africa, of Scottish and English parents; spent most of her life in Australia, working in books, first with an architectural periodical, then in a library and bookshop.
TAYLOR, P(HILIP NEVILLE) WALKER. 1903-1964.
TAYLOR, (PHILIP NEVILLE) WALKER. 1903-1964.
TEMPLE-ELLIS, N. A. Neville Aldridge Holdaway, 1894-1954.
THAYER, GERALDINE. Dorothy (Smith) Daniels, 1907-2001.
THEINER, GEORGE (FREDRIC). 1927-1988.
THERIOT, CAROL LEE FAGOT. 1949-2009. Pseudonym: Carol Donahue, q.v.
THOITS, ALVIN T(RUE). 1859-192?. Born in Pownall, Maine; newspaperman in Manchester, New Hampshire; a sales manager in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
THOMAS, ELLSMOOR. (Correcting first name spelling.)
THOMAS, KATE. Mary Kathryn Thomas Jarboe Bull, 1868-1929. Born in San Francisco.
THOMAS, TAMMY. Pseudonym of Myona Scott.
The Boy Sarah. Piatkus, 1990 [London, ca.1900]
No Way Out. Hale, 1980 [London]
TILBURN, E(DWARD) O(LIVER). 1859-1940. Born in Philadelphia, died in Los Angeles; an author, playwright, actor, editor, essayist, evangelist and pastor.
Mexican Bill, the Cowboy Detective. Laird & Lee (Chicago), 1889
TRACY, DON(ALD FISKE). See also: William Dale.
TRENCH, LEE. Correct to: TRENT, LEE
A Bird in the Hand. [England]
TRENT, ILONA. Pseudonym of Helena de Horthy.
TRUSS, (LESLIE) SELDON
The Hunterstone Outrage. Note: The U.S. edition includes The Baffle Case No. 1, “The McComber Murder,” by Wren Lassiter and Randall McKay.
TUBB, E(DWIN) C(HARLES). 1919-2010.
TUCKER, CHARLOTTE MARIA. 1821-1893.
TUCKETT, ANGELA DOHERTY. 1923-2006. Pseudonym: Angela Petron, q.v.
Black Mastery. [England]
TURTLEDOVE, HARRY (NORMAN). Richard (Stephen) Dreyfuss. 1947- .
TYLER, FROOM. Pseudonym/nickname of George Charles Tyler, 1904- . Add: born in Bristol, England.
Gallows Parade. Also published as by George Charles: Pocket pb (London), 1951
TYLER, GEORGE CHARLES. 1904- . Pseudonym/nickhame: Froom Tyler, q.v.
ULSH, WAYNE C.
McDade. Leisure pb, 1981 [Atlantic City, New Jersey]
VAN DEVENTER, EMMA MURDOCK. 1853-1914. (Correcting the dates and spelling of maiden name.)
VAN NIKTRIK, JACK. 1942- .
VARNEY, GEORGE. Pseudonym of John (George) Haslette Vahey, 1881-1938, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Henrietta Clandon, John Haslette, Anthony Lang, Vernon Loder, John Mowbray, Walter Proudfoot, qq.v
VEEVERS, MARIAN. Delete entry (book never published).
-Flamenco and Orange Blossom. (Title correction.)
I Spit on Your Grave. Audubon pb (NYC), 1971. Also published as: I Spit on Your Graves. Tamtam books pb, 1998 [South] Film: Audubon, 1962, as J’irai Cracher sur Vos Tombes (I Spit on Your Grave) (scw: Jacques Dopagne, Boris Vian; dir: Michel Gast) (Translation of “J’irai Cracher sur Vos Tombes.” France, 1946.)
VICTOR, DANIEL D(AVID)
The Seventh Bullet. Add British edition: Titan pb, 2010
VICTOR, SAM. Add pseudonym: Simon Wolf, q.v.
VINTER, MARY (MARGARET KELL). 1902-1987. SC: Claire Fenton = CF.
Agents in Arms. Long, 1950
Easy to Know. Long, 1947 CF
Fun While It Lasts. Long, 1948 CF [England]
VIRDEN, KATHARINE. Katherine Virden Southerland, 1892-1955. Born in New York; educated in Dover, Delaware; advertising copy writer for Crowell Publishing Company of New York until marriage in 1923.
VIRMONNE, CLAUDETTE. Note: Books published in France as by Claude Virmonne.
VITALE, RUGIO F. Pseudonym of Frank James Bisignano, 1939-2001. Other pseudonym: Omar Fletcher, q.v.
VOUTE, EMILE (WILLIAM). 1870-1943. Born in Amsterdam, Holland; died in New York City; journalist, author and dramatist.
WAEBER, MARC-JOSEPH. 1920-1986.
WAINWRIGHT, RICHARD ASHETON. Add pseudonym: Remson Douglas, q.v.
WALDEN, ANNE BREVOORT EDDY. 1872-1964. Pseudonym: Ann Devoore, q.v.
WALKER, G. LEITCH. Pseudonym of George Goodyear, 1842-1907. Born and died in London; was in Australia ca.1883-1887; worked in the theatre; a playwright.
WALKER, GERTRUDE. 1920(?)- . (Corrected entry.) Attended Ohio State University; moved to California and became a Hollywood writer.
The Jig-Saw Murder Case. (26 pp.)
Tailspin Morgan. [New Guinea]
WALRAFEN, CONRAD KURT. 1917-1984.
WALTON, KAYE. Sandra (Kay) Dark, 1946- . Lois Christian Carnell, 1913- . (Correcting birth dates.
WARD, HAROLD. 1879-1950.
WARD, KATE. Barbara Kate Cust, 1919-2008.
WARD, LINDA D. 1950- . (Correcting birth date.)
Death of a Snout. Apparently co-written by John Neville Gosling, 1905-1966.
WARNER, ELIZABETH FLORENCE. (Adding middle name.)
WASCOT, SUZANNE. 1905-1998. Pseudonym: Marie Andrau, q.v.
WATERS, ROBERT E. 1941-2000.
WEBSTER, PAUL (ANTHONY). 1937-2004. Journalist; Paris correspondent for the Guardian newspaper for 30 years.
WEEKS, HERBERT (A.). 1860-1941.
WELLMAN, MANLY WADE
Sherlock Holmes’ War of the Worlds. Add British title: War of the Worlds. Titan pb, 2009
War of the Worlds; see Sherlock Holmes’ War of the Worlds
WENTZ, GENE. B(etty Lou) Abell Jurus, 1933- .
WENZELL, FRANCINE. Pseudonym of (Donald) Wenzell Brown, 1911-1981, q.v.
The Boy Who Stole a Million. Digit pb, 1960 (Novelization of film: Paramount, 1960; scw: John Eldridge, Charles Crichton; dir: Crichton.)
The Galmart Affair. [Paris]
WESTBURY, (FRANK) ATHA. 1843-1901. Born in Yorkshire, England; died in Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia.
WESTBURY, HUGH. Hugh Checkley Farrie, 1857-1918. Liverpool-based journalist.
WESTON, HELEN GRAY. Dorothy (Smith) Daniels, 1907-2001.
WHALEN, STEVE. 1947- .
WHELTON, PAUL (GROVE?). 1893-1952. Probably the Paul Grove Whelton born in 1893 in Keyser, West Virginia; died in Braintree, Massachusetts.
WHIFFEN, JACK. Add pseudonym: Simon Wolf, q.v.
WHISHAW, FRED(ERICK JAMES). Born in St. Petersburg, Russia. (Correction.)
WHISPER, A. Pseudonym of Eleanor Augusta Heather Nepean, 1875-1963.
WHITE, (GEORGE) ARED. 1880-1941. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Illinois; served in Utah National Guard, in Spanish-American War, in Oregon National Guard, and in WWI; a founder of the American Legion and its magazine.
Sierra Death Dealers. [Mexico]
WIEHE, EVELYN MAY CLOWES MORDAUNT. 1872-1942. (Correcting birth date.)
WILCOX, JESS. Add pseudonym: Simon Wolf, q.v.
WILD, ROLAND (GIBSON). 1903-1989. Born in Manchester, England; died in Vancouver, Canada; educated at Radley College, Oxfordshire; author and journalist with various British and Canadian newspapers, producing stories from Afghanistan and Liberia; emigrated to Canada in 1947.
WILLIAMS, ANITA. 1947- .
WILLIAMS, HUGH. Pseudonym: William Hughes, q.v.
WILLIAMS, P(HILIP) C(LAXTON)
Mr. Hoyland Looks Round. Show publisher as Staples pb
WILLIAMS, PETE. James Reach, 1905-1970. (Correcting birth date.)
WILLOCK, A(NDREW) DEWAR. 1848-1910. Born in Dundee, Scotland; humorist who became sub-editor of the Glasgow Herald.
WILMOT, J. M. Delete; title moved to J. R. Wilmot.
WILMOT, J(AMES) R(EGINALD)
Zora, the Invisible. Hamilton pb (Bombay), 1933 [London] (Delete the dash; correct the setting.)
WILSON, DEREK. SC: George Keene, in “Keene’s Quest” and subsequent novels.
WILSON, T(REVOR) E(DWARD)
Knock Softly on Death’s Door. [New Zealand]
WIND, BONNIE FABER. 1957- . (Correcting birth date.)
WINFIELD, DICK. Pseudonym of Richard S. Perry.
-The Brack Report. [England] Show Arrow edition as pb
WINTER-DAMON, T(IMOTHY). 1949-2008. Randy (F.) Chandler, 1949- . (Correcting Chandler birth date.)
WITHERS, JULIA. Pseudonym of Jerrold (James) Mundis, 1941- , q.v. Other pseudonyms: Robert Calder, Eric Corder, qq.v.
WOLF, SIMON. Pseudonym of Morris Hershman, 1926- , q.v. Other pseudonyms: Evelyn Bond, Sam Victor, Jack Whiffen, Jess Wilcox, qq.v.
WOOD, JOHN JAMES O’HARA. ca.1868- .
WOOLCOTT, ALEXANDER (HUMPHREYS). Delete q.v. for George S(imon) Kaufman.
WRIGGLESWORTH, JOHN. 1856-1903.
The Sharp Edge. [California]
WYLIE, I(DA) A(LEXIA) R(OSS). Born in Melbourne, Australia. (Correction.)
ZELLERBACH, MERLA [MERLA BURSTEIN ZELLERBACH GOERNER MUNSON]. Born in San Francisco; long time San Francisco Chronicle columnist (“My Fair City”), then editor of the Nob Hill Gazette.
ZERLIN, WALTER, JR. Robert David Conway, 1949-2001. (Correcting birth date.)
ZORRO. Harold Ward, 1879-1950.
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