PART 39: Return to the Main Page.
-Night Drums. McCann, 1921 [North Africa]
ABEL-HALVORSON, SHARON. 1948- .
ABLOW, KEITH R(USSELL). Replacement biographical sketch: Author and television personality, and practicing psychiatrist; graduate of Brown University and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; on faculty of New England Medical Center in Boston.
ABRAHAM, C(LEMENT ERWIN) S. 1889-1979. Born in Fulham, London, England; died in Shepway, Kent; a captain in the British Army, serving in India during WWI.
ADAM, H(ARGRAVE) L(EE). 1867-1946. Born and died in London.
ADAMS, EUSTACE L(ANE). Born in Saco, Maine; died in Hendry, Florida.
Exit the Skeleton. [London]
ADAMS, (JOHN) SHIPLEY. 1910-1979. Died in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England.
ADDY, CATHERINE GREAVES. 1892-1932.
Incitement to Murder. Delete series character
ANDERSON, JAMES. -1911. Pseudonym: Fergus MacKenzie, q.v.
ANNAND, ALAN. 1957- .
The “Baker’s Dozen.” Aldine, 1927 SC: Dixon Brett
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 11. Show publication date as: 1945
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 12. Show publication date as: 1946
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 13. Show publication date as: 1947
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 14. Show publication date as: 1947
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 15. Show publication date as: 1948
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 16. Show publication date as: 1949
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 17. Show publication date as: 1950
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 18. Show publication date as: 1951
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 19. Show publication date as: 1952
Dixon Hawke Case Book No. 20. Show publication date as: 1953
The Hone Keep Mystery. Correct to: The Hone Keep Crime
-The Privateer’s Secret. Cameron pb, ca.1870 (Also contains ss: The Fire-Doomed.)
The Quest of the Doltada Diamonds. Correct to: The Quest of the Soltada Emeralds
The Key Word and other mysteries. Walker, 1977 ss (intended for younger readers): A Case of Need \ The Key Word \ Santa Claus Gets a Coin \ Sarah Tops \ The Thirteenth Day of Christmas
AVALLONE, MICHAEL (ANGELO, JR.)
-Carquake. (Novelization of film: New World, 1976, as Cannonball; also released as Carquake; scw: Paul Bartel, Don Simpson; dir: Bartel.)
The Case of the Sprightly Widow. Sterling pb (New Delhi), 1977
BAHADUR, K(RISHNA) P(RAKASH). SC: Kumar, in both titles.
BAHARAV, I. D. (Correction.) Pseudonym of Isidore Rabinovich, 1923-2010.
A Nice Neighborhood. [New York]
BAINES, JESSIE JOY. 1898-1942. Pseudonym: Basil Carey, q.v.
-None So Blind. Wolsey (London), 1946 [Germany, future]
Night of the Fair. [England]
BALFOUR-BROWNE, JOHN HUTTON. 1845-1921. Pseudonym: Guy Fleming, q.v.
BANKER, ASHOK (KUMAR). 1964- .
The Iron Bra. Rupa pb (Calcutta), 1993 [India]
The Missing Parents Mystery. Puffin pb (New Delhi), 1994; Penguin pb (London), 1994 (Intended for younger readers.)
Murder & Champagne. Rupa pb (Calcutta), 1993 [India]
Ten Dead Admen. Rupa pb (Calcutta), 1993 [India]
BARCELONE, GEORGES. (Show first name thus.)
Pass Word. Show as pb
Confession of Murder. [London]
BAROODY, ELIZABETH IRVIN. 1925-2008. Pseudonym: Christy Demaine, q.v.
BATCHELOR, REG. SC: Sgt. Bert Fenwick (adding first name).
Murderer’s Row. [San Francisco]
BATSON, GEORGE (DONALD)
The House on the Cliff, with Donn Harman. (Correction.)
The Day of Murder [England]
Practice Makes Murder. [England]
BEGBIE, GARSTIN. Pseudonym of Ian Mars Begbie, 1900-1963, son of Arundel (Sinclair) Begbie, 1866-1954, q.v.
BEGBIE, IAN MARS. 1900-1963. Pseudonym: Garstin Begbie, q.v.
BENEDICT, DAVID. Pseudonym of Tedd Steele, 1922- , q.v.
BENEDICT, FRANK LEE. 1834-1910.
Mr. Vaughan’s Heir. Tinsley, 1874; Harper, 1875
BENNETT, ALFRED GORDON
-The Forest of Fear. [Polynesia]
-The Sea of Sleep. Unwin, 1926 [South Pacific]
BLACKWOOD, ALAN. Pseudonym of Graham Masterton, 1946- , q.v.
Gay Ghastly Holiday. Add British edition: Dennis Yates pb, n.d.
BLOCH, DON (ALD). Delete CA reference. 1943- . Born in New York City; living in Amsterdam.
BLOOM, URSULA (HARVEY). Possible pseudonym: John Hague, q.v.
BONCA, JAMES. Delete.
BOND, WALTER. George Wolk, 1941-1980.
BORRIE, HERMINE (CAMELINAT)
The Golden Heron. [England, Italy, Caribbean]
BOSWORTH, WILLAN [WILLIAM] GEORGE. 1904-1973. Maurice Henry B. Mash, 1882-1942.
BOWMAN, PETRI PEN. Peter R. H. Keedwell, 1932- .
BRANDON, (LINDSAY) GORDON. 1918- .
BRANDON, JOHN G(ORDON). Note: At least some of the post-1941 books were written by his son or grandson.
BRENNAN, JOHN NEEDHAM HUGGARD. 1914-2010.
BROWN, (DONALD) WENZELL. Delete reference to “Must I Die” here.
A Penny to Spend. [Spain]
BRYANT (MUNN), MARGUERITE. G(ertrude) H(elen) MacAnally. (Correction.)
BURGERS, SHEILAH. Pseudonym: Tina Green, q.v.
BURLEIGH, HILARY. Stage name of H(ilary) H(unt) Lewis, q.v. SC: Chef Insp. Tellit and Sgt. John Fry, in listed title; see also H. H. Lewis.
CAIN, JAMES M(ALLAHAN)
The Baby in the Icebox. Delete reference to “The Embezzler”
The Embezzler. Delete reference to The Baby in the Icebox
CANNELL, STEPHEN J(OSEPH). 1941-2010.
The Life Adjuster. [Sicily]
Nobody Loves Me. [Cyprus, Israel, England]
CAREY, BASIL. Pseudonym of Jessie Joy Baines, 1898-1942. Born in Plymouth; died in St. Pancras.
CARLO, PHILIP. 1949-2010.
CARTER, LESLIE H. 1892-1974. Established and directed little theatres.
The China Doll. Correction: identify Michael Avallone as the sole author.
Run Spy Run. Correction: identify Michael Avallone as the sole author.
CHANDRA, VIKRAM A.
The Srinagar Conspiracy. Penguin pb (India), 2000 [India]
CHANTER, GRATIANA [MRS. EDWARD WILLIAM LONGWORTH KNOCKER]. 1857-1934. Born in Devon, daughter of a clergyman; died in Rome, Italy.
CHETTUR, G(OVINDA) K(RISHNA). 1898-1932.
-The Ghost City. Basel Mission (India), 1932 ss
CHRISTIE, DOUGLAS (ALBERT)
“Yellow–Like Gold!” (Deleting the dash.) [Scotland]
CLEWS, ROY. 1937- . Pseudonym: Sara Fraser, q.v.
Crime at Keeper’s. (No series character.)
COCKSHUT, NAIDRA GREY. 1912(?)-1995(?). Pseudonym: Naidra Grey, q.v.
Cradle Snatch. [London]
Cryptic Clue [England]
The Dancing Bear. [England]
Dead Drunk. Add [hospital]
The Devil to Pay. [England]
Fallen Angel. SC: Insp. Roger Newton [hospital, London]
Flight of Fear. [England] (No series character.)
Motive for Revenge. [England]
Hostages to Fortune. [London]
The Padded Cell. [England]
Pulling Strings. SC: Insp. Cathy Weston [England, Wales]
Repent at Leisure. [England, Italy, Germany] (No series character.)
Thirty Days to Live. [London, hospital]
COPELAND, RICHARD. Hugh (George) McLeave, 1923-2008.
CORBIN, GARY. May have been a Lawrence Block pseudonym, though not confirmed by Block.
COX, ANNE. 1853-1917(?).
CRAFTON, PAUL ARTHUR. 1923- . Pseudonym: David Arthur Gordon, q.v.
“Though Thy Sins Be As Scarlet.” Pearson, 1940 [England]
CRONIN, BERNARD (CHARLES). 1884-1968. Born in Brentford, London, England; died in East Victoria, Australia.
-The Beating Heart. Daniel (London), 1924 ss: Colour \ The Jewel Casket \ The Kiss in the Wilderness \ A Novel Elopement \ Supping with the devil \ The Vengeance of Pasht \ Village Passion
DALE, JUDITH. Add pseudonym: Rupert Hall, q.v.
The Nice Quiet Girl. SC: Jack Bradford
DAVE, SHYAM. SC: Jawaharial Atim Zadu (JAZ) = JZ.
The Brain Drain Docket. JZ
The Guru Docket. JZ
The Isaac Docket. JZ
The Kumbh Docket. JZ
The Stark Docket. JZ
The Girl in My Grave. [England]
The Pearl of Oyster Island. [England, France]
DAVISON, GEOFFREY (JOSEPH)
Nest of Spies. [Greece]
Death in a Tranquil Place. [England]
DEANE, HAMILTON. 1880-1958. Born in Clontarf, Ireland; actor, playwright and director.
DEMAINE, CHRISTY. Pseudonym of Elizabeth Irvin Baroody, 1925-2008. A photojournalist and author of articles and short stories.
Snap Judgement. [Lisbon]
A Taste of Treachery. [Central America]
DI BENEDETTO, LELIA (HARRIS). 1912-2009. Born in New Orleans; died in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
DICKERSON, MARY. ca.1840-1905.
DILLON, EMILE JOSEPH. 1855-1933.
Leaves from Life. Dent (London), 1932 ss (criminous = *): Among the Gypsies in Transylvania \ The Artless Monk \ *A Belated Confession \ *The Dead Hand \ *An Expert Doctor \ The Girl He Left Behind Him \ How French Heroes Are Made \ *In Quest of a Bride \ La Donna e Mobile \ A Lone Lady Traveller in the Eighties \ Lost–a Bride and a Flat \ *The Most Mysterious Robbery on Record \ *On the Spree \ Russian Society Under the Tsars \ A Russian Timon \ St. Petersburg at Christmastide \ *The Story of a Diamond Necklace \ *Strychnine or Angina Pectoris? \ A Sweet Thing in Hats \ *A Victim of Fate
End of the Line. SC: Chief Supt. Grant (correction)
DOWNING, DAVID. Pseudonym: David Monnery, q.v. Has degrees in Afro-Asian Studies and International Relations from Sussex University; journalist for rock magazines 1973-1976; freelance book writer.
Sweet Cheat. Dell pb, 1959 [U.S.]
DUNKERLEY, ERICA ISOBEL. Add: born in Ealing, Middlesex, England; died in Worthing, Sussex.
The Crimson Query. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2010
EASTWOOD, HELEN (BAKER)
Fatal Ring of Light. Add [Itally]
ELLIS, JULIE. 1918-2006. (Correcting birth date.)
EMERY, (RUSSELL) GUY. Pseudonym: Warner Hall, q.v.
ENEFER, DOUGLAS (STALLARD)
The Deadly Dolly. [London, Rome, New York City]
The Deadly Streak. [Liverpool]
ENGLAND, BARRY. 1932-2009.
ERRINGTON, MARGARET. 1924-2010.
-The Pink Carrara. (Adding the dash.) [New York City]
FEILBERT, ED(WARD ALLEN). (Eric) Mawby Green, 1906-2004.
FIELDS, VINCENT. Irving A. Greenfield, 1929- .(Correcting birth date.)
FISHER, ALAN E.
The Midnight Men. [London]
FISHER, F(REDERICK) W(ILLIAM) A(NDERSON). ca.1863-1948.
The Hostages. [England]
Operation V.I.P. [England]
FISHER, JACOB. Sabina Wallingford Wood, 1875-1932. Born and died in Bangor, Maine.
FISHER, KIT(TY). (Giving name more fully.)
FISHER, MICHAEL (ROBERT). 1940-2009.
FITZ, JULIA GRICE. 1940-2000.
FITZGERALD, MAURICE O’REGAN. 1872-1942.
FITZGERALD, T(HOMAS) A. Born in Callan, County Kilkenny, Ireland; educated at St. Patrick’s College; became a Franciscan in 1879; spent 5 years in Rome and 20 in Australia; last living in Dublin.
FITZHUGH, BILL [WILLIAM A. FITZHUGH].
FITZPATRICK, BRUCE (T.). 1945- .
FITZPATRICK, PETER (HENRY). Emeritus Professor in the Centre for Drama and Theatre Studies at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
FLAGG, JONAS. Pseudonym of Paul Glen Neuman, 1950- . (Correcting Addenda entry.)
FLANAGAN, STEVE(N MARTIN). (Giving name in full.)
FLANIGAN, RON(ALD J.). 1933-2000.
FLEMING, BRIAN. 1970- .
FLEMING, E(DWARD) L(ASCELLES). ca.1891-1950.
FLEMING, GEORGINA. Pseudonym of Gill(ian Mary) White, 1945- . (Correction.)
FLEMING, GUY. Pseudonym of John Hutton Balfour-Browne, 1845-1921. Born in Scotland; educated at Edinburgh University; called to the Bar in 1870.
Shadows on the Water. [Venice]
FLETCHER, H(ARRY) L(UFT) V(ERNE)
-Forest Inn. Correct publication date to: 1946
FLETCHER, JOEL. Has degrees from McGill and Montreal universities.
FLETCHER-ALLEN, EDGAR. 1886-1962.
FLETT, J(AMES?) S. 1872(?)-1941(?).
FLINN, VIOLET M(AUD?). 1868(?)-1926(?).
FLINT, ANNIE AUSTIN. 1866-1949. Born in New York City; died in Tannersville, New York.
FLINT, GARRISON. Pseudonym of Thomas David Gnagey, 1938- . (Correction.)
FLOYD, JOHN. 1900-1962.
FLOYD, LOUISE McKNIGHT. 1917(?)-2006(?).
FLYNN, JOSEPH (T.). 1951- .
FLYNN, LOUIS. 1921-2008. Actor, director, and playwright born in Edina, Missouri; founder of the Contra Costa Civic Theatre in El Cerrito, California, where he died.
FOCKE, ERNEST PAUL WALTER. (Adding middle names.)
FOGELBERG, BEA(TRICE MILDRED). 1925-2008.
-Kowa the Mysterious. [California]
FOLLIOTT, DORIA. 1906-1974. Born Muriel Doria Folliott in Woking, England; married Eugene Speck in 1932; later married Ferdinand Max Pitner; died in Needham, Massachusetts.
FORAN, PHIL(IP). 1918- . (Correcting the dates.)
FORBES, EDMUND. 1874-1935.
Fat Fred. (1-act play.)
FORD, DOUGLAS MORET. 1851-1916. Solicitor in Portsmouth.
Fear Is a Weapon. [Canada]
FORD, JAMES ALLAN. 1920-2009.
FORD, LILLIAN (COPE) C(UMMINGS). (Show name thus.) Born in Pennsylvania; graduate of University of Michigan; in 1910 living in Los Nietos, California and in 1920 in Los Angeles; a school librarian, and later literary editor of the Los Angeles Times.
FORD, PETER SHANN. 1950- . Computer programmer in Sydney, Australia.
FORD, STEVEN. Kip (Eric) Langello, 1961- . (Correcting birth date.)
-Rupert Alison; or, Broken Lights. [England]
FOREST, REGAN (M.). 1935-2010. (Correction.)
Dark Angel. [Europe]
FORESTER, E(LSPETH) LASCELLES. 1872-1931.
The Garbage Boy. [England]
FORSE, HARRY (D.?). 1927(?)- .
-Major Joshua. [England]
FORSTER, SUZANNE. 1944- .
FOSSUM, JACK. Born in Norway and came to Canada in 1925; served 20 years in the RCMP.
FOSTER, GEORGE C(ECIL). 1893-1975.
FOSTER, GLADYS (S. FUNK). 1900-1977. Born in Bristol, Connecticut; a school teacher; died in Sun City, Arizona.
FOSTER, LORI [LORETTA LEE FOSTER]. 1958- .
FOUGHT, JOHN (A.). 1928- .
FOWLER, (ROBBINS) KEITH. 1906-1973. (Deleting question marks.)
FOWLER, MARY LOUISE. 1876-1965. Born in Illinois; died in Los Angeles.
FOWLES, ANTHONY. Born in London; educated at universities of Oxford and Southern California.
Chinaman. Citron pb, 1999
FOX, CHARLES (C.). Born in England; living in California; a freelance journalist.
FOX, MICHAEL (GERARD). 1967- . (Correcting birth date.)
FOXWELL, A(LFRED) J.
The Rajah’s Gift. [England]
FOXX, ALEISTER. Alan Annand, 1957- .
FRAIL, EDWARD J. 1941- . (Correcting the dates.)
FRAKES, RANDALL (LLOYD). 1949- .
FRANCIS, BASIL (HOSKINS). 1906-1968.
FRANCIS, MAURICE. 1907-1962. Radio script writer born in Durban, South Africa; died in Sydney, Australia.
FRANCIS, WILLIAM. William Francis Urell, 1913-1979. (Deleting question marks.)
FRANK, (JANE) SUZANNE. Ref: CA.
-Anne Melbourne; or, The Return to Virtue. [Boston] (Setting correction.)
FRANKLIN, DAVID. 1924- . Birth name: David Fraenkel. Born in Berlin; came to Britain in 1937; journalist and photographer.
Shoot the Model. Add [WWII]
FRANKLIN, HARRY [HENRY]. 1906-1995. Born in London.
FRANKLIN, SHIRLEY A.
Perilous Homecoming. [Alabama]
FRANKS, THETTA QUAY [MRS. ROBERT A. FRANKS]. 1866-1945.
FRANSCELL, RON(ALD A.). (Giving name more fully.)
FRASER, GAIL. Correct in Addenda to: FRAZER, GAIL. 1946- . Ref: CA.
FRASER, GUY. Born in Scotland.
FRASER, HERMIA (HARRIS). 1902-1979(?).
FRASER, JOHN (CRAWFORD). Show name thus for author of “Death the Showman.” Byline also: John Crawford Fraser.
FRASER, JOHN CRAWFORD. Byline also: John (Crawford) Fraser, q.v.
FRASER, SARA. Pseudonym of Roy Clews, 1937- .
FRAWLEY, GEORGE WILLIAM. Born on Long Island, New York; graduate of Florida’s Embry Riddle Aeronautical University; living in Colorado.
FREDERICK, MICHAEL (KENNETH). (Adding middle name.)
The Camera Never Lies; see You Can Always Blame the Rain
You Can Always Blame the Rain. Also published as: The Camera Never Lies. Lulu pb, 2007
FREEMAN, FATHER BRENDAN. 1938- .
FREEMAN, JOY. Delete.
FREEMAN, R(ICHARD) STANLEY. (Adding first name.)
FREEMAN, WILLIAM. William Freeman Kitchen, -1897.
FRENCH, DAVID. 1939-2010.
FRENCH, H(ENRY) W(ILLARD). Add: was a newspaper correspondent and lecturer.
FRENEY, DENIS. 1936-1995.
FRETLAND, D(ONALD) JOHN. (Adding first name.)
FREUND, EVA MARIE STREHLE. 1933-2009.
FRIEDMAN, BEN. 1924- .
FRIEDMAN, MATTHEW S. 1950(?)- .
FRISSELL, WILLIAM DONALD. 1916-2008.
FRITH, STAN. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland; had a career in business.
FROEST, FRANK (CASTLE A.). 1858-1930. (Correction.) Born in Bristol, England; died in Weston-Super-Mare; chief inspector in the police force, from which he retired in 1912.
FROST, KENNETH D.
The Yankee Samurai. [Japan]
FROW, GERALD. 1930-2005.
FRUTTERO, C(ARLO). 1926- . (Correcting birth date.)
FRY, PETE. Add: born in Liverpool, England; lived in Spain for 5 years; by 1970 settled in London.
The Green Scarf. [Italy]
FULLER, T(HOMAS) W(AYNE). (Giving name in full.)
-The Game of Love. [London]
FURNESS, AUDREY. Born Audrey Frances Slade in Wallingford, England; married John N. Lowell in 1939, then married John Patrick L. Furness in 1950.
FURNIVALL, (OSMER) GORDON. 1885-1939
FURREY, GEORGE F. 1886(?)-1930(?).
G., G. Henry George Harper, 1851-1942. Born in Cheshire, England; died in Epsom, Surrey.
G., K. Catherine Jane Bradby Gordon, ca.1819-1884(?).
The Legend of Fyvie Castle. (Title correction.)
GABRIEL, HENRY. 1932- . Born in Glasgow; playwright and novelist.
Bullets Over Boise. TV movie: Alliance, 1998, as Recipe for Revenge (scw: Peter Lauterman, Jennifer Black; dir: Stacey Stewart Curtis)
GAINES, AUDREY [AUDREY GAINES SCHULTZ]. 1900-1968. Born in Alexandria, Virginia.
GAINSBOROUGH, LOUIS (P.). Born Louis P. Ginsburg in Alameda, California; died in San Diego.
GALBRAITH, RUTH. ca.1935- .
GALL, ELLEN M. [ELLEN M. GALL CARTER]. 1898-1968. Playwright and editor; born in Hastings, Minnesota; died in San Mateo, California. LESLIE H. CARTER. 1892-1974. Born in California; died in San Mateo, California.
GALLAGHER, P(ATRICIA PAULINE) B(IENEK). 1917-2006.
GALLAGHER, PATRICIA (PAULINE BIENEK). 1917-2006. Born in Lockhart, Texas; died in San Antonio, Texas.
GALLAHUE, JOHN JEREMIAH. Delete.
GALLETLEY, LEONARD. 1872-1941.
GALTON, GWENDOLEN DOUGLAS. Gwendolen Galton Trench Gascoigne, 1886(?)-1949.
GALTON, THEODORE HOWARD. 1820-1881.
GALVIN, W. RANDOLPH. 1940-1994.
GAMBLE, HENRY ELLIOT. (Correcting middle name spelling.)
GANGOPADHYAYA, SUNIL. 1934- .
GANT, JAMES (H.?). 1902(?)- .
GANT, NORMAN. George Wolk, 1941-1980.
GANTZER, HUGH. SC: Netto = N.
Operation Overkill. Show published in 1973 N
The President’s Ransom. Show published in 1973 N
The Thomas Document. Show published in 1977 N
GARCIA, ERIC (MICHAEL). (Adding middle name.)
GARDINER, D(OROTHEA) F(RANCES). 1879-1954. Died in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
GARDNER, CURTISS T(ARRING). 1898- . Add: Born in Maryland; graduate of MIT.
GARDNER, HORACE J(OHN). 1895-1950.
-The Strange Case of Pauline Wilton. [England]
GARDNER, MAURICE B(ENJAMIN). 1905-1977. (Correcting death date.) Born and died in Portland, Maine
GARETH, MAX. Pseudonym of Stuart James, 1901-1985, q.v.
GARLAND, ALEX(ANDER MEDAWAR)
The Tesseract. Film: Momentum, 2003 (scw: Oxide Pang, Patrick Neate; dir: Pang)
This Fell Sergeant. [London]
GARRETT, SUSAN M. 1961-2010.
For Love and Duty. [England]
GARTON, RAY. 1962- . (Correcting birth date.)
GASCOIGNE, GWENDOLEN GALTON TRENCH. 1886(?)-1949.
GASKELL, MRS. E(LIZABETH) C(LEGHORN STEVENSON)
Round the Sofa and other tales. Sampson Low, 1859 ss (with some crime): The Accursed Race \ The Doom of the Griffiths \ Half a Life-Time Ago \ The Half-Brothers \ My Lady Ludlow \ The Poor Clare \ Round the Sofa
GASZ, JOSEPH (C.). 1967- .
GATELY, IAIN. 1963- .
GAUNT, M. B. Richard Edward Horsfield, 1895- . (Correcting middle name.)
GAUSE, VAL(DANE) H(OLLIS). 1949-2006.
GAY, WILLIAM (E.). 1942- . (Correcting birth date.)
GAYE, PHOEBE FENWICK [PHOEBE FENWICK GAYE PICKARD]. 1905-2001.
GEER, GALEN (LEE). 1949-2010.
GELLIBRAND, EDWARD (THOMAS). 1878-1936.
GELSTHORPE, ANNIE L.
Danger for Dr. Kerry. [hospital] (Deleting the dash.)
GELZER, (MRS.) JAY (ROSWELL). 1889-1964. Add: died in San Diego, California.
GENUNG, JUDSON (W.). 1903-1931. Born in Ithaca, New York; died in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, of blood poisoning; actor, dramatic teacher, playwright, and director of the Community Theatre in Wilkes-Barre.
GEORGE, MARY FOREST. 1940-2010.
GERARD, FRANCIS (EDWARD). 1905-early 1960s. Died in South Africa.
GERCKE, DORIS. SC: Bella Block, in “How Many Miles to Babylon” and many other untranslated novels.
GERON, FRANK. Irving A. Greenfield, 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Ghosts of Sin-Chang. [Shanghai]
GIANCANA, BETTINA [BETTINA GIANCANA-KANE]. 1951- .
GIBBONS, (FRANCIS) CROMWELL. 1893-1977(?). born in Jacksonville, Florida; may have died in Iowa.
GIBBONS, (HARRY) SCOTT. Husband of Marion C. Gibbons, 1936- , q.v.
GIBBS, ANGELICA [ANGELICA GIBBS CANFIELD]. 1908-1955. (Deleting question marks.)
GIBBS, NORAH MARY BRADLEY. 1897-1979.
GIBNEY, (EDWARD) SOMERVILLE. 1850-1911. Solicitor and writer.
Captain Jacques. Roper (London), 1890 [London, 1666]
GIBSON, L(ETTICE) S(USAN). 1859-1934(?).
GICHERU, MWANGI. 1947- . Born in Kenya.
The Ivory Merchant. Spear (Nairobi), 1976
GIDDY, ERIC CAWOOD GWYDDYN. 1895-1954.
GIDLEY, WILL(IAM) S(ELDON). 1852-1924.
GIFFEN, SYDNEY O. 1905- . Born in West Virginia.
GILBERT, BERNARD. 1882-1927.
Jack Hartnett. [Naples]
A Gentleman of Quality. [past]
GILFORD, C(HARLES) B(ERNARD). 1920-2010.
What Dread Hand. [England, theatre]
GILLEN, MOLLIE. 1908-2009.
GILLENWATER, SHARON. 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
GILLIGAN, ROY. 1923-2004. (Deleting question mark.)
Stab in the Bach. [California]
GILROY, DAN(IEL CHRISTOPHER). 1959- .
GILSTRAP, JOHN (THOMAS). 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
GILSPAR, NETHERSOLE. Pseudonym.
GINTY, E(LIZABETH) B(EALL)
Missouri Legend. Film: Bryan Foy, 1948, as Man from Texas (scw: Jerome Chodorov, Joseph Fields; dir: Leigh Jason)
GIRDWOOD, CHARLES (ANDREW). 1838-1901.
GIUSTI, ARNDT. 1902- . Born in Leipzig, Germany; author, playwright, prominent in California.
GIVON, TALMY [THOMAS GIVON]. Born in Palestine; Professor of Linguistics at University of Oregon.
GLANVILLE, ALEC. Alexander Haig Glanville Grieve, 1902-1976.
GLASSPOOL, ALFRED J(OHN). 1848(?)-1928(?).
GLAYDE, ELIZABETH. 1901(?)- .
GLEIG, CHARLES (HENRY ALFRED). 1862-1945.
GLENN, BYRON P(RICE). 1879-1959. Born in Kenton, Ohio; died in Los Angeles, California.
GLENN, ROY (ALLEN). Add: later living in Jacksonville, Florida. SC: Mike Black, in Is It a Crime and subsequent novels.
GLESS, ELEANOR GREEN. 1881-1974. Born in Danville, Illinois; died in Reseda, California.
GLEW, D(ORIS) M(URIEL). 1899-1978. Born in Lewisham, England; died in Cheltenham.
GLIDDEN, M(INNA) W(ESSELHOEFT). 1874- . (Corrections.)
GLORE, CHARLES (MARTIN). 1891-1968. Born in Nashville, Tennessee; died in San Bernardino, California.
GLYN, ANNA L(YDIA). 1860-1895.
GNAGEY, THOMAS DAVID. 1938- . Pseudonym: Garrison Flint, q.v.
GODDARD, ANTHEA [ANTHEA GODDARD SCHOLEFIELD]. ca.1935- .
GODDARD, HENRY. 1800-ca.1870.
GODFREY, ENA. 1897(?)- .
GODFREY, (WILLIAM) HOLLIS. (Adding first name.) Born in Lynn, Massachusetts; educated at Tufts College and Harvard, with a Ph.D. in engineering from M.I.T.; engineering consultant, teacher and author; president of Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry.
GODFREY, LIONEL ROBERT HOLCOMBE. 1932-1980.
GOETZ, AUSTIN (V.). Add: died in Beverly Hills, California; playwright.
Shadow of Terror. Bugbee (Syracuse, New York), 1946 (Correction.) (3-act play.)
GOFF, GEORGENA (CARTER). 1915(?)-1976(?).
GOFF, JACQUELINE. 1960- .
GOFFIN, JEFFREY. SC: Babe Archer - BA
Murder at the Ballet. Clarke, 1990 BA (1-act play.)
My Gun Is Pink. BA
My Gun is Quick. Delete
GOLD, ALAN (DAVID)
The Bangkok Assignment. [Bangkok]
GOLDBERG, ED(WARD CAREY). (Giving name in full.)
GOLDBERG, HARRY. 1897(?)-1982(?).
GOLDIE, VALENTINE FRANCIS TAUBMAN. 1875-1945.
GOLDING, ADRIAN (DAVID?). 1971(?)- .
GOLDMAN, R(AYMOND) L(ESLIE). 1895-1950(?).
GOLDSBY, ARTHUR KENNETH. 1929-2010.
GOLDSMITH, LOUIS C(HILTON). 1898-1943. Born in Caldwell, Idaho; died a Major in the Air Transport Command; buried in Cambridge, England.
GOLDSTEIN, BERNARD N. 1927- .
GOLDSTEIN, LIONEL. 1935- .
GOLDSTONE, LAWRENCE (SANFORD). Ref: CA.
GOLUB, AARON RICHARD. 1942- . (Correcting birth date.)
GOODE, BILL. William Francis Goodykoontz, 1914-1990. (Deleting the question marks.) Born in West Virginia; died in North Carolina.
GOODEN, GEORGE (ST. CLAIR). 1904(?)-1981(?).
GOODIN, PHILIP. In Addenda, correct to: GOODEN, PHILIP.
GOODKIND, HOWARD (L.). 1924- .
GOODMAN, E(DWARD) J(OHN). 1836-1921(?).
The Only Witness. Show as pb
GOODRICH, ARTHUR. Rose A(melia) Palmer, 1874- . (Correcting birth date.)
GOODWIN, JOHN C(UTHBERT). 1891-1951(?).
GOODWIN, WILDER. 1887-1955. Joint pseudonym with Richard John Walsh, 1886-1960: Goodwin Walsh, q.v.
GOODYKOONTZ, WILLIAM FRANCIS. 1914-1990. (Deleting the question marks.)
GORDON, CATHERINE JANE BRADBY. ca.1819-1884(?).
GORDON, DAVID ARTHUR. Pseudonym of Paul Arthur Crafton, 1923- .
GORDON, DON. Edward Llewellyn Gordon Thomas, 1890-1966.
GORDON, PETER. SC: Inspector Pratt = P.
Murdered to Death. P
Secondary Cause of Death. Weinberger (London), 1999 P (Play.)
GORDON, RAY. Pseudonym of Gordon (Ray) Young, 1886-1948, q.v.
GORDON, VIVIAN. 1884-1942.
GORE-BROWN, ROBERT (FRANCIS). 1893-1964.
GOUGH, GEORGE W(OOLLEY). 1869-1948.
GOULD, ANTHONY. ca.1856- . Lawyer in Albany, New York.
GOULD, MAGGIE [MARGARET GOULD FERALDIS?]. 1915(?)-1980(?).
GOURIET, JOHN (PRENDERGAST). 1935-2010.
GOVAN, ALLAN (R.?). ca1884(?)-1938(?). Born in Scotland and died in Brentford, England?
GRACE, ALICIA. Irving A. Greenfield, 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRAHAM, ALAN. Pseudonym of Alexander Cathie McKissock, 1879-1942. (Correction.) Born in Partick, Lancarkshire, Scotland; died in Staines, England; factory manager for Barry and Staines Linoleum.
GRAHAM, ANTHONY. 1920-2010.
GRAHAM, CARROLL. 1903-1976. (Correction.) Born in Newton, Iowa; died in Santa Clara, California.
Sidewall. Hale, 1982 [1990s]
GRAHAM, MRS. HENRY GREY [ALICE]. 1846(?)-1928. (Correction of name.)
GRAHAM, JAMES M(cMAHON). 1852-1945. Born in Castleblayney, Ireland; died in Springfield, Illinois; founder of the law firm Graham & Graham of Springfield, Illinois; was a local state representative, Springfield prosecuting attorney, and Illinois state representative.
-The Great I Am. [Colorado]
GRAHAM, (BRUCE) MILLARD (JR.). 1936-2009.
Rainy Days and Mondays. [England]
GRAHAM, SHANNON (C.). 1919-2007. (Correcting the dates.)
Terror at Hillcrest. [Missouri]
GRAHAME, ARTHUR W(ALTER). 1888-1976. (Corrections.) Born in Asbury Park, New Jersey; died in Rockville, Maryland; editor and magazine writer.
GRAINGER, TOM. 1921- .
The Agreement. New Play Centre (Vancouver), 1973
GRAM, DEWEY. Given name (?): Jerome Theodore Gram.
GRANGER, HENRY FRANCIS. 1868-1941.
GRANT, (CHARLES) GRAHAM. ca.1864-1935.
GRANT, I(MOGENE) S(TARKS). 1932- . (Corrections.)
GRANT, TRACY. 1966- . (Correcting birth date.)
GRANVILLE, AUSTYN (W.). 1854-1922.
GRAVES, CLO(TILDE INEZ MARY). 1863-1932.
GRAVES, FRANK. 1943- .
-Ombra the Mystery. [Edinburgh]
GRAVES, WARREN (C.). 1933-2008.
GRAY, ANNABEL. Anne Cox, 1853-1917(?).
GRAY, CLIFFORD. (Show name thus.)
The Shaken Reed. [1960s]
GRAY, VALERIE. 1942- . Librarian at the University of Reading in England; earlier lived in Vienna, Virginia.
The Wolfstone. (Show title thus.)
GREALEY, THOMAS LOUIS. 1916-2008.
GREATOREX, CLIFFORD W(ILLEY). 1896-1945.
GREEN, GRACE. Born in Scotland; living in Vancouver, Canada.
GREEN, HOWARD J. Born in San Francisco; died in Los Angeles; newspaperman in New York City, later a screenwriter in California.
GREEN, JOHN (JOSEPH). (Adding middle name.)
GREEN, (ERIC) MAWBY. 1906-2004. Born in Barwell, Leicestershire, England; died in Santa Monica, California.
GREEN, TIMOTHY. Ref: CA.
GREEN, TINA. Pseudonym of Sheilah Burgers.
GREEN, WALTON ATWATER. 1881-1954. Born in New York City; died in Salisbury, Connecticut.
GREEN, WILLIAM CHILD. 1764-1833.
GREENBERG, DAN(IEL JEREMY). 1962- .
GREENBERG, DAVID S(OLON). Born in Traverse City, Michigan.
GREENBERG, JAN. 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
GREENBERG, MARTIN (HARRY). Ref: CA.
GREENE, L. PATRICK
Bread Upon the Waters. Hamilton, ca.1940 SC: Aubrey St. John Major [South Africa]
GREENE, MARIA. 1950- .
GREENE, R(USSELL GEORGE HERBERT PLUNKET). Correct to: R(ichard George Hubert Plunket) Greene.
GREENE, WILL(IAM CLAYTON). Show name thus.
The Riot Act. [New York City]
GREENFIELD, IRVING A. 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
GREENFIELD, RICHARD PIERCE. 1955- .
GREENHORN, GEORGE THOMPSON. 1823-ca.1872. (Correction.)
GREENHOW, SURGEON MAJOR H(ENRY) M(ARTINEAU). 1829-1912.
GREENING, ARTHUR (WILLIAM). 1865-1938.
GREENWALD, HARRY J. -1986. Reported to have died in London, but not traceable in the usual records.
-Chinaman’s Chance. Hale, 1981
Knock Twice. [England]
GREENWOOD, A(UGUSTUS) G(EORGE). 1883-1956. Born in London; died in Worthing, Sussex.
GREENWOOD, D(IANE) M(ARGARET?). ca.1939(?)- .
GREER, GAY. Pseudonym of Hazel Belle Saulisberry Payne, 1892-1975.
GREGG, CECIL FREEMAN. 1898-1960. Born in Hendon, England; died in Willesden. (Both Hendon and Willesden were and are in Middlesex.)
GREGG, HAZEL STELZER. 1903-1981.
GREGORY, DAN. Pseudonym of Lorenz (Albert) Heller, 1892-1972, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Laura Hale, Larry Heller, Larry Holden, Frederick Lorenz, qq.v.
GREGORY, JILL. Jan Greenberg, 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
The House on Carroll Street. Add British edition: Corgi pb, 1988
GREIG, FRANCIS. Pseudonym of an English poet and critic.
GREIG, IAN (BORTHWICK). 1892-1959. Born in Hendon, Middlesex, England; died in London.
GREIMAN, LOIS (DENISE). 1959- . (Correcting birth date.)
GREY, HARRY. Harry Goldberg, 1897(?)-1982(?).
GREY, NAIDRA. Pseudonym of Naidra Grey Cockshut, 1912(?)-1995(?).
GRIEG, JAN. Pseudonym of George Rolf Richardson, an English author.
GRIERSON, FRANCIS (DURHAM). SC: Chief Insp./Supt. Andrew Ash (show SC thus).
GRIEVE, ALEXANDER HAIG GLANVILLE. 1902-1976. Born in Barnet, England; died in Cochester.
GRIFFIN, DAVID. 1941- .
GRIFFIN, DEBRA FIGGINS [DEBRA FIGGINS GRIFFIN MITCHELL]. 1951- . (Correcting birth date.) SC: Jamie Meyers, in The Teddy Bear File and subsequent novel(s).
GRIFFIN, (EDITHA) ACEITUNA
Motive for Murder, with (Ursula Mary) Joy Griffin, 1913-1973.
GRIFFIN, (URSULA MARY) JOY. 1913-1973. Born in Wokingham, England; died in Reading.
The Monkey Wrench. [Malaya, Egypt, France]
GRIFFITH, (RICHARD) GLYN. 1892-1944.
-Madagascan Adventure, with James Ronca, 1912(?)-1951(?). (Correcting co-author’s name.) Setting: 17th century. (Captain Kidd is a major character.)
GRIFFITHS, BILL. 1948-2007.
GRIFFITHS, LEON. Born in Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire, England; died in Hendon, Middlesex.
GRIFFITHS, PAMELA. ca.1952- .
GRIFFITHS, PETER. An airline pilot.
GRIFFITHS, R(OBERT) J(ONES). 1850-1892.
GRINDROD, CHARLES F(REDERICK). 1846-1910. Doctor and author; born on the Isle of Wight; died in Malvern, Worcestershire.
GRISEWOOD, R(OBERT) NORMAN. 1876-1923. Born in Birkenhead, England; died in the United States as a naturalized citizen; an accountant.
GRISSOM, JAMES ROBERT. 1946-2010.
GROAT, HEINRICH. George Wolk, 1941-1980.
GROGAN, WALTER E(RNEST). 1871-1933.
GROSS, MARK S(TANISLAUS). 1889-1965.
GROSS, (EDWARD) TUDOR. 1878-ca.1948.
GROSSE, LOUIS ANTHONY A. 1939-2006.
GROSSKOPF, HEIN. 1963- .
GROVER, ANDREW (M.). 1953- .
GRUENINGER, (ROBERT) SCOTT. 1953- .
GUENTHER, JON EDWARD. 1968- .
GUEST, FRANCIS HAROLD. 1901-1975. Born in West Bromwich, England; died in Hastings.
GUILHAUS, FREDERICK. 1947- . Born in Germany.
Bankrupts and Bandits. Wakefield (Australia & England), 1993 [Sydney]
GUINNESS, MAURICE G. An Irishman and Shell Oil executive stationed in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
GUISE, STANLEY (SEYMOUR). 1895-1961. Born in Barton Regis, Gloucestershire; died in Bristol, Gloucestershire.
The Wild Abyss. [Philippines] (Setting correction.)
GUNN, ROBERT A(LEXANDER). 1844-1913.
GUNNELL, KEN. 1918-2001. Worked in local government in England; also a teacher.
Lethal Maiden. [France, Brighton, 1939]
GUNTER, MRS. ARCHIBALD CLAVERING [ESTHER LISBETH BURNS GUNTER]. 1853-1925. Born in Bryant Pond, Maine; died in Paterson, New Jersey; editor of the Home Publishing Company, owned by her husband, for many years; the company was acquired by Street & Smith on his death and she read manuscripts for the new company for fifteen years.
GUNTER, JOHN (W.). 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
GUNTRUM, SUZANNE SIMMONS. 1946-2008.
GUTHRIE, AL(FRED E.). 1926-1992. (Delecting question marks.)
GUTHRIE, RAYE (PELLING). 1921- . Birth name: Grace M. Pelling.
GUTTENBERG, VIOLET [VIOLET LEAH GUTTENBERG ALLEN]. 1880-1973.
GUTTERIDGE, (THOMAS GORDON) LINDSAY. 1923-2007.
HABERSHAM, ELIZABETH. Madeline Porter, 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
HACKFORTH-JONES, (FRANK) GILBERT. 1900-1982. Commander in the Royal Navy.
-Sweethearts and Wives. (Novelization of the play by Gilbert Hackforth-Jones and Margaret (W. Eardley-Howard) Hackforth-Jones, 1901-1978.)
HACKFORTH-JONES, MARGARET (STEFANA). Correct to: Margaret (W. Eardley-Howard) Hackforth-Jones, 1901-1978.
HACKSTAFF, RICHARD. Pseudonym of Lurana Waterhouse Sheldon (Ferris), 1862-1945. Born in Hadlyme, Connecticut; died in Maine.
HADFIELD, ROBERT L. and FRANK E. FARNCOMBE
Ruled by Radio. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2010 
HAFER, EUGENE G(EORGE). (Adding middle name.) Playwright and play director, born in St. Charles, Missouri and still living there in the 1930s; death date not traced.
HAGENBACH, KEITH. ca.1945- .
HAGERTY, HARRY J. 1882-1950. Born Henry John Hagerty in Brooklyn, Michigan; a doctor who practiced in Worcester, Massachusetts, and died there.
HAGUE, JOHN. Possibly the pseudonym of Ursula (Harvey) Bloom, 1892-1984, q.v.
HAIGH, RAYMOND. 1937- .
HAIR, DELL [ADELBERT J. HAIR]. 1871-1932. Born in Michigan; died in Lucas, Ohio.
HAKE, THOMAS ST. EDMUND. 1845-1917.
HALDANE, EMMA. Pseudonym of Constantia Emma Haldane Martin, ca.1895-1947. Lived in Southern Rhodesia, the wife of Arthur Hugh Martin; came to visit in Britain in June 1947 and appeared to have fallen off a channel steamer in November 1947.
HALE, FRITZ (H.). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
HALE, LAURA. Add pseudonym: Dan Gregory, q.v.
The Empire in Arumac. (Title correction.)
HALE, MICHAEL C. Correct to: HALEY, MICHAEL C. 1939- .
HALEY, ANDREA. Irene M(avis) Pascoe, 1932- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Beckford Don. SC: John Goss
HALFF, ALMA MURPHY. Born in Illinois; died in Los Angeles.
HALIDOM, M. Y. Pseudonym (?) of Alexander Huth, 1838-1914.
The Flying Porcupine. [Europe, 1945]
HALL, BOB and DAVID RICHMOND
The Passion of Dracula. TV movie: Showtime, 1980 (scw: Bob Hall, David Richmond; dir: Bob Hall)
HALL, CYRIL. 1884-1971(?).
HALL, EDITH MACOMBER [MRS. FRANKLIN HALL]. ca.1866(?)-1919(?).
HALL, EMMETT CAMPBELL. 1882-1956. Born in Tolbottom, Georgia; died in Palm Beach, Florida.
HALL, GEOFFREY HOLIDAY
The End Is Known. Film: Cineritmo, 1993, as La Fina e Nota (scw: Suso Cecchi d’Amico, Cristina Comencini; dir: Comencini)
HALL, LAWRENCE E. 1925- .
HALL, LINDA (CAROL). Ref: CA.
HALL, MARGARET HELEN. 1915-ca.1990.
HALL, NICK [NICHOLAS JOHN HALL]. 1942-2005.
Dead Wrong. [New York]
Marriage Is Murder. (2-act play.) [New York City]
HALL, W(ILLIAM) WINSLOW. 1862-1942.
HALL, RUPERT. Pseudonym of Edward R(eginald) Home-Gall, 1897-1974, q.v. Other pseudonym: Judith Dale, q.v.
HALL, V(ICTOR) C(HARLES). 1896-1972.
HALL, W(ILLIAM) H(ENRY). (Giving name in full.)
HALL, WARNER. Pseudonym of (Russell) Guy Emery, 1909-1964, q.v.
Even Jericho. Also published as: Untamed. Dell, 1958; World Distributors pb, 1960
Untamed; see Even Jericho
HALL, WHYTE. Augustus Alfred Rayner, 1894-1972.
HALLIFAX, SYDNEY (ARTHUR). 1862-1922(?).
-The Stolen Baby, Marion Clarke. [Pennsylvania]
HALLOWS, JOHN. Born in Liverpool; former journalist on Fleet Street, London.
HALPERN, JAY. 1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
HALSE, A. W.
The White Crusaders. (Deleting the dash.) [England]
HALSEY, FORREST. 1877-1949.
HALSEY, HELEN NORWOOD. ca.1863- . Born in New Jersey; agent for authors and publishers.
HALVORSON, ALDWIN (T.). 1935- . (Correcting birth date.)
HAMBLEDON, PHYLLIS. Phyllis Yeoman MacVean, 1892-1967.
HAMBLEDON, RONALD. Born in Preston, Lancashire, England; long resident in Canada.
HAMDAMI, ASTHMA. In Addenda, correct to: HAMDANI, ASMA. 1946- .
HAMEL, FELIX JOHN [FELIX JOHN DE HAMEL]. ca.1808-1885.
-A Fool’s Errand. [West Africa]
-The Palm-Oil Ruffian. [West Africa]
A Kiss for a Kingdom. [San Marino]
HAMILTON, MELINDA H(OBAUGH). 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
HAMILTON, ROGER. Pseudonym of James Rogerson.
HAMILTON, SAM(UEL) A. Show name thus.
HAMMOND, CLEMENT NELSON. 1859-1903.
HAMNER, EARL (HENRY, JR.). Don(ald) Sipes, 1928-2006.
HANCOCK, (WALTER) EDWARD. 1974- . (Adding first name.)
HANDS, JOHN. Graduate in science from University of London; director of the government’s Co-Operative Housing Agency; lecturer; teacher of creative writing at the University of North London.
HANNAN, CHARLES. Born in Glasgow.
The Swallow’s Wing. Sonnenschein (London), 1888; Cassell (New York City), 1889. Also published as: The Captive of Pekin; or, A Swallow’s Wing. Jarrold, 1897. And as: Adventures in Pekin; or, A Swallow’s Wing. Mershon, 1900 [China]
HANSBRO, W(ILLIAM) A(NDREW). 1899-1983. Born in Manchester, England; died in Leicestershire.
The Ghost of Gaston Revere. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2010
Master of Souls. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2010
HANSON, KATE [KATHERINE] MYERS. 1943- .
HARALD, BEVERLY TAYLOR. Correct to: HERALD, BEVERLY TAYLOR. 1946- .
HARBEN, WILL(IAM) N(ATHANIEL). Add: died in New York City.
HARCOURT, F(REDERICK) C. VERNON. 1845-1925.
HARDEN, ELIZABETH. ca.1860- . Born in County Wexford, Ireland.
HARDIE, D(AVID) W(ILLIAM) F(ERGUSON). 1906- . Born in Scotland; had Ph.D. from St. Andrews University; wrote about Britain’s chemical industry; worked for Imperial Chemical Industries. Married in Liverpool in 1959; probably died in Scotland but death date not yet traced.
HARDING, ALBERT. 1912-1987. Received engineering degree from Colorado School of Mines and worked in the mining industry more than 40 years; lived in Wyoming and served in its state senate; died in Sun City, Arizona.
HARDING, JOHN WILLIAM. 1864-1924(?). Born in London, England; came to the U.S. in 1894 and was naturalized in 1909; educated in London and Paris; began newspaper career in Paris; on editorial staff of New York Times beginning in 1897.
HARDMAN, SAMUEL. (Giving first name.)
HARDWICK, PHIL(LIP DONALD). (Giving name in full.)
HARDY, GEORGE WEBB.1867-1922(?). Born in Manchester; admitted to the Bar in 1889.
The Black Peril; or, The Path to Prison. [South Africa]
HARDY, WILLIAM J(AMES?). 1839(?)-1899(?).
HARE, ROBERT. Robert Hare Hutchinson, 1887-1975. Born in Manchester, Massachusetts; lived in Philadelphia; traveled to New Zealand and to England, where he died in Kensington, London.
HARKINS, STERLING. Danny (Lee?) Pyles, 1923(?)-2004(?).
HARKNESS, CLARE. Pseudonym of Clare Hoare Pakenham, 1945- . Born in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England; mother’s maiden name was Harkness.
HARMAN, NEAL. SC: George Hanna (correcting his first name).
HARMER, JEFFREY. Correct to: HARMER, JEREMY. 1947- .
HARMETZ, ALJEAN (MELTSIR). 1929- .
HARMON, DONN. Correct to: HARMAN, DONN.
HARPER, E. M. Byline of Edward Manget Harper, 1926-2010.
HARPER, EDWARD MANGET. 1926-2010. Born in Atlanta, Georgia; died in Annapolis, Maryland; U.S. diplomat who served in Austria, Poland, Turkey, Spain, East and West Germany.
Byline also: E. M. Harper, q.v
HARPER, ELIZABETH SHANNON. Madeline Porter, 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
HARPER, HENRY GEORGE. 1851-1942.
HARPER, HENRY HOWARD. 1871-1953. Born in LaCrescent, Minnesota; overseas traveler and author of a book on his travels; died in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
The Twin Bridges Murder. [England]
HARRIS, JULES E. Born in New Orleans.
HARRISON, WILSON GEORGE ALFRED.1908-1964. Born in Cardiff, Wales; died in Devon, England.
HART, I(NNES) R(UTH) G(RAY). 1889-1970. Born in India; died in Eastbourne, Sussex, England.
HARTMAN, LEE FOSTER. Add: had B.A. and M.A. degrees from Wesleyan University in Connecticut; on editorial staff of Harper’s Magazine 1908-1941.
HARWOOD, H(ERBERT) C(LIFTON) F(AIRFAX). ca.1907-1961. Served in WWII as a Lieutenant; prisoner of war in Germany; died in Ashford, Kent, England.
HASTINGS, MICHAEL (ROY). Pseudonym: Gabriel Hythe, q.v.
HASTINGS, WELLS (SOUTHWORTH). Add: died in Hollywood, California; scenario writer.
HAW, M(ARY) J(ANE). 1834-ca.1925.
-The Beechwood Tragedy. Randolph & English (Richmond), 1889 [Virginia] (Note: This was an expanded version of The Rivals, q.v.)
-The Rivals. Ayres & Wade (Richmond), 1864 [Virginia]
HAY, JAMES, JR.
The Man Who Forgot. Delete (not criminous)
HAYMAN, CAROLE. 1945- .
HEATH, THOMAS EDWARD. ca.1826-1882. Born in Hampshire; died in Cardiff, Wales.
HELLER, LARRY. Add pseudonym: Dan Gregory, q.v.
HELLER, LORENZ (ALBERT). Add pseudonym: Dan Gregory, q.v.
HELM, PETER (JAMES)
The Brainpicker. [London] (Note: Author given on dust wrapper and spine as P. J. Helm.)
HEWITT, BARNARD (WOLCOTT). Judson (W.) Genung, 1903-1931.
HEXHAM, LIONEL H. F. Felix John Hamel [Felix John De Hamel], ca.1808-1885.
A Triangular View. Orient pb (New Delhi), 1969
HIRSCH, LEE. Leon David Hirsch, 1881-1947. Born in New York City; died in Trenton, New Jersey.
HIRSCH, LEON DAVID. 1881-1947.
HOBART, DONALD BAYNE. 1898-1970. Born in Baltimore, Maryland; died in New York City.
HOFFA, HELLYN. Born in Sunbury, Pennsylvania; died in La Jolla, California; lived for some years in Hawaii.
HOLDEN, LARRY. Add pseudonym: Dan Gregory, q.v.
HOME-GALL, EDWARD R(EGINALD). Add pseudonym: Rupert Hall, q.v.
HOOPER, JOY. See Violet Maude Ivy Darby Hooper, 1861-1945.
HOOPER, VIOLET MAUDE IVY DARBY. 1861-1945. Pseudonym: Michael Wood, q.v.
HORSFIELD, RICHARD EDWARD. 1895- . (Correcting middle name.)
HOWARD, HERBERT EDMUND. 1900-1963.
HUNTER, BLUEBELL MATILDA. 1887-1960. Birth name: Matilda A. A. Williams.
HUNTER, (ALFRED) JOHN
Three Die at Midnight. Add U.S. edition (without Sexton Blake): Dutton, 1937
HUTCHINSON, ROBERT HARE. 1887-1975.
HUTCHISON, GARY. Delete.
HUTH, ALEXANDER. 1838-1914. Pseudonym (?): M. Y. Halidom, q..v
HYTHE, GABRIEL. Pseudonym of Michael (Roy) Hastings, 1907-1980.
IRONS, GENEVIEVE (MARY). 1856-1928. Daughter of a churchman in London; author of poetry and stories for religious publications.
JACK, JEREMIAH. Pseudonym of Jack Adolphus Nelson, 1930- . (Correction.) Raised in Southern California, educated at the University of Utah and (Ph.D. in journalism) at University of Missouri; reporter for Deseret News of Salt Lake City; television-radio writer for PBS station at Brigham Young University; taught journalism at Brigham Young University for 25 years; living in Provo, Utah.
JACK, VIOLET. Delete entry (existence of a book by listed title cannot be confirmed).
JACOBS, T(HOMAS) C(URTIS) H(ICKS)
The Red Eyes of Kali. [England]
JAMES, G. ROGER. James Robert Grissom, 1946-2010.
JAMES, STUART. 1901-1985. Born in California; died in Los Angeles. Pseudonym: Max Gareth, q.v.
Morgan’s Wife. [ship, South Pacific]
JEFFERY, C(HRISTIANA) E(LIZABETH RUFFORD). 1846-1936. Byline also: Mrs. C. E. Jeffery, q.v.
JEFFERY, MRS. C(HRISTIANA) E(LIZABETH RUFFORD). 1846-1936. Born in Sheldon, Warwickshire; died in Hove, Sussex; daughter of a rector in Thorne Coffin, Somerset . Byline also: C. E. Jeffery, q.v.
The Fortunes of a Fair Free Lance. (Show title thus.)
JEFFREY, MARK. 1825-1903. Born Newmarket, Cambridgeshire; transported to Australia in 1848.
JOHNSTON, (ANDREW?) GUNNAR (DOUGLAS?). 1898(?)-1941(?). Born in Edinburgh?
JOHNSTON, LINDA O. A practicing attorney who graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in journalism and a law degree from Duquesne University School of Law; living in Los Angeles.
KARR, JILLIAN. Jan Greenberg, 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
KATZ, KAREN A. Jan Greenberg, 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
KATZ, ROBERT. 1933-2010.
KAUFMAN, GERALD L. 1893(?)-1968(?).
KEAST, FRANCIS. SC: Derryl Krustov (corrected spelling).
KEATE, E(DITH) M(URRAY). ca.1866-1945. Died in Dorset, England.
Noise of the Mourning. [Central America]
KEEDWELL, PETER R. H. 1932- . Born in Somerset, England.
KELSO, ISAAC (HUDSON). 1820-1882. Born in Alabama; died in Missouri; a Methodist minister.
-Danger in the Dark. (Adding the dash.)
KENDALL, GRAHAM GEORGE. 1937-2009. Pseudonym: Mark Leaghland, q.v.
KENNEDY, ELLIOT. Lionel Robert Holcombe Godfrey, 1932-1980.
KENSDALE, WILLIAM ELLIOTT NORWOOD. 1926- .
KENT, ELIZABETH. 1875-1947.
The House Opposite.
KENT, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Ge(orge) E(rnest) Rochester, 1898-1966, q.v. Other pseudonym: Jeffrey Gaunt, q.v.
-Dear Rogue. Amalgamated pb, 1956
KIDDE, JANET. George Wolk, 1941-1980.
KING, KATHARINE. Apparently born in Ireland in the 1830; first name may have been Ann; lived in Australia in the 1870s.
KINKEAD, NELLIE TALBOT [ELEANOR TALBOT KINKEAD SHORT]. 1859-1950. Born and died in Lexington, Kentucky; married Thompson Short.
KIPLEY, JOSEPH. 1848-1904.
KITCHEN, WILLIAM FREEMAN. -1897.
KNIGHT, KOBOLD. Eric Cawood Gwyddyn Giddy, 1895-1954.
KNIGHT, W. KOBOLD. Eric Cawood Gwyddyn Giddy, 1895-1954.
KNIPE, J. A.
Murder Now and Again (with Madeleine Haldimand). Add British edition: Ulverscroft, 1993
KNOCKER, GRATIANA LONGWORTH. Delete.
Spyder. Alka pb (India), 1998 [India]
KRECIALA, MIKE [MICHAEL T. KRECIALA]. 1946- . Born in Llanelly, Carmarthenshire, Wales.
KYLE, DUNCAN. SC: John Close =JC.
The Honey Ant. JC
Stalking Point. (Show title thus.)
LADLINE, ROBERT. SC: John Augustus (Rem) Remington. (Show SC thus.)
LAING, JANET (CARSTAIRs). 1870-1953. Born in Balwearie, Perthshire, Scotland; married a doctor, Henry William Laing, who practiced in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, and served as a medical officer in WWI ; she lived in St. Andrews, Scotland, from 1914 to about 1935, and died in Fortingall, Perthshire.
LAKE, ROSALIND. Barbara Kathleen Ovstedal, 1921- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Third Angle. [Scotland, Amsterdam]
LANGELLO, KIP (ERIC). 1961- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Zecan Termination. [Caribbean]
The Green Bough. [England]
LAWSON, JONELL. 1935(?)-1987(?).
-Roses Are for the Rich. [Texas]
LEAGHLAND, MARK. Pseudonym of Graham George Kendall, 1937-2009. World traveler who lived in Africa, Asia, China, Germany, Jamaica, Barbados, Saudi Arabia, U.S., Spain and the West Indies, as well as the U.K.; spent 35 years in sales and marketing, finally with a Swiss based storage company in Milton Keynes, England.
LEES, HAROLD P(ERCY)
This Way to Evil. [Greece]
LEIMAS, BROOKE. Eva Marie Strehle Freund, 1933-2009.
Her Feet Were Too Big. Note: Probably never published (no copies traced).
The Paper Doll. [England]
LEWIS, CASS. W. Randolph Galvin, 1940-1994.
LEWIS, H(ILARY) H(UNT). Apparently born Edith M. John; in 1915 married actor Arthur Henry Lewis Broad(e), who changed his name to Patrick Hunt-Lewis. Other byline: Hilary Burleigh (her stage name), q.v. SC: Chief Insp. Tellit and Sgt. John Fry, in listed title; see also Hilary Burleigh.
LEYS, HELEN MADELINE. 1892-1965. Pseudonym: P(eter) R(edcliff) Shore, q.v.
LLOYD, A. SC: Paul Bell, in both titles.
Death Stalks the Dykes. [Holland]
LOCKE, DOUGLAS. William Donald Frissell, 1916-2008.
LONG, E(RNEST) LAURIE
‘Way Loft. [1805-1834]
LONGMATE, NORMAN (RICHARD)
Strip Death Naked. Add U.S. edition: Garland, 1983
LORENZ, FREDERICK. Add pseudonym: Dan Gregory, q.v.
LUDLUM, JEAN KATE. 1863-1892. Born and died in New York City; novelist and writer for periodicals.
LUKE, THOMAS. Add pseudonym: Alan Blackwood, q.v.
-Condor. (Adding the dash.)
The Hell Candidate. [U.S.]
-Icekill. [WWII, ship, Arctic]
LYNK, WARDER. (Stanley) Gerald (Moore) Bowman, 1901-1967.
-A Solicitor’s Story. Correct to: -A Solicitor’s Love Story.
McAFEE, NELLY NICHOL (MARSHALL). 1844-1898. Born in Louisville, Kentucky; writer for periodicals, teacher and actress; died in Washington D.C.
MacANALLY, G(ERTRUDE) H(ELEN). (Correction.)
MacBETH, M(ADGE HAMILTON LYONS). 1878-1965. (Correcting the dates.)
McCAFFERTY, (BARBARA) TAYLOR
Double Cross, with Beverly Taylor Herald, 1946- . (Correction.)
Double Dealer, with Beverly Taylor Herald, 1946- . (Correction.)
Double Exposure, with Beverly Taylor Herald, 1946- . (Correction.)
Double Murder, with Beverly Taylor Herald, 1946- . (Correction.)
MacDONALD, COLIN D. A farmer in New Zealand.
Murder on a Muster. Certes (Christchurch, New Zealand), 1997 [New Zealand]
McGHEE, EDWARD. Edward Manget Harper, 1926-2010.
McILWAINE, HERBERT C(HARLES). ca.1859-1916. Born in Ireland; died in London; name sometimes spelled MacIlwaine.
McINTIRE, WEBB KYLE. 1892-1962. Born in Rooks County, Kansas; died in Los Angeles.
McIVER, IVER. Possibly a Scotsman and the pseudonym of A. L. Pritchard.
-An Imperial Adventure. [Rhodesia]
MacKENZIE, FERGUS. Pseudonym of James Anderson, -1911. A minister, who died in Dyce, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
McKISSOCK, ALEXANDER CATHIE. 1879-1942. Pseudonym: Alan Graham, q.v.
McLAUGHLIN, ROBERT. Phil(ip) Foran, 1918- . (Correcting the dates.)
McLEAVE, HUGH (GEORGE). 1923-2008.
McLELLAN, EDWARD. 1870-1967. A Methodist minister, born in Redhouse Lane, Bredbury, England.
MacVEAN, PHYLLIS YEOMAN. 1892-1967.
MACE, HELEN. Margaret Helen Hall, 1915-ca.1990. Born Margaret Helen Rathburn in Tasmania.
MACKLIN, ROBERT (VICTOR). Australian author and journalist.
Spies Along the Severn. [England]
Step Aside to Death. [England]
MADEIRA, F(RANK) V. B. 1850-1903. Born in Pennsylvania; died in Reading, Pennsylvania; a school teacher.
MAILER, NORRIS CHURCH. 1949-2010.
MAJENDIE, LADY MARGARET (ELIZABETH LINDSAY). 1850-1912.
MALCOLM-SMITH, GEORGE. Born in Vermont; died in Hartford, Connecticut.
Faceless Killers. TV movie: Left Bank, 2010 (scw: Richard Cottan; dir: Hettie Macdonald)
The Fifth Woman. TV movie: Left Bank, 2010 (scw: Richard Cottan; dir: Aisling Walsh)
Sidetracked. TV movie: Danmarks, 2001 (scw: Henning Mankell, Leif Magnusson; dir: Magnusson)
The White Lioness. Film: Danmarks Radio, 1996, as Den Vita Lejoninnan (scw: Lars Bjorkman; dir: Peter Berlund)
MARCHAND, FIRMIN PIERRE. 1906-1978.
MARINO, SUSAN. Julie Ellis, 1918-2006. (Correcting birth date.)
MARKS, ALAN. Alan Annand, 1957- .
Code Name: Mamba. [London, Rhodesias]
-Catch a Falling Star. Gold Medal pb, 1956 [Los Angeles]
MARSHALL, ROBERT K(OSSUTH). 1901-1996. Born in North Carolina.
MARTIN, AMARALA (ARTER). 1837-1909(?). Born in Illinois.
MARTIN, CONSTANTIA EMMA HALDANE, ca.1895-1947(?). Pseudonym: Emma Haldane, q.v.
House of Shadows. [Spain]
MARVIN, SUSAN. Julie Ellis, 1918-2006. (Correcting birth date.)
MASH, MAURICE HENRY B. 1882-1942. Born in Croydon, Surrey; died in Burton Upon Trent. Willan [William] George Bosworth, 1904-1972.
MASTERMAN, WALTER S(IDNEY)
The Curse of Cantire. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2010
MASTERS, CAROLINE. Pseudonym of a writer from Lancashire.
The Man with Two Clocks. [California, Australia, New Zealand]
MASTERTON, GRAHAM. Add pseudonym: Alan Blackwood, q.v.
-Black Angel. Severn, 1991
-Death Dream. (Adding the dash.)
Fireflash 5. Star pb, 1977. A variant edition also appeared as: A Mile Before Morning. Star pb, 1977
A Mile Before Morning; see Fireflash 5
Plague. Star pb, 1977; Ace pb, 1978 [U.S.]
-Silver. [West, past]
The Sleepless. [U.S.]
MAYNE, WILLIAM (JAMES CARTER). 1928-2010.
MEADLEY, BRIAN (A. F.?). 1930(?)- .
MICHELAARD, B. Arthur Kenneth Goldsby, 1929-2010.
MICOU, PAUL. 1959- . Born in San Francisco; graduated from Harvard; living in France.
The Kremlin Directive. [U.S.]
Yesterday’s Man. [England]
MILLER, DREW. American banker who retired to the Norfolk Broads in England.
MITCHELL, SCOTT. Lionel Robert Holcombe Godfrey, 1932-1980.
MOHANDAS, KONDATH. (Adding first name.)
MONNERY, DAVID. Pseudonym of David Downing, 1946- , q.v.
MONTAGUE, CHARLES HOWARD. Clement Milton Hammond, 1859-1903.
Angel Abroad. [East Africa]
Angel at Arms. [Sicily]
Angel of No Mercy. [London]
Ask an Angel. [London]
Fanfare for Angel. [Europe]
MOORE, GERALD. (Stanley) Gerald (Moore) Bowman, 1901-1967.
MOORREES, ALEXANDER. 1956-2006. Born in Lexington, Massachusetts; died in London, England.
MORELL, JANE. Raye (Pelling) Guthrie, 1921- .
MORGAN, JASON. William Donald Frissell, 1916-2008.
MORHEIM, LOUIS R. 1922- . Pseudonym: Dan Pepper, q.v.
MOST, K(ENNETH) M. 1924- . Born in Leeds, England; living in the U.S.
The Lucky Unborn. [London, Miami, Bogota]
Tumbledown Farm. [England]
MUIR, P(HYLLIS?) P(AULINE?). 1904?-1985?
MULISCH, HARRY (KURT VICTOR). 1927-2010.
MULLALLY, FREDERIC (RHONDA). 1918- . (Correcting birth date.)
MUSTOO, TERENCE. 1957- .
MYERS, H. Pseudonym: N. O. T. Von Dime, q.v.
NELSON, JACK ADOLPHUS. 1930- . Pseudonym: Jeremiah Jack, q.v.
NEWMAN, BERNARD (CHARLES)
Taken at the Flood. [Germany, WWII] (No series character.)
NAIR, PARAMESWARAN. SC: Sam Laxter and Stewart Sangster, in all titles.
The Case of the Broken Belt. Karmabhoomi (India), 1983
The Case of the Innocent Accomplice. Karmabhoomi (India), n.d.
The Case of the Spookish Spouse. Karmabhoomi (India), n.d.
The Case of the Traveling Toxin. Karmabhoomi (India), 1977
NASH, ANNE. 1890-1952. (Correcting death date.)
NELSON, JACK (THULIN). 1897-1976. Born in Illinois; died in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Bad Day at Black Rock. Show British edition as : Muller hc, 1955
NICHOLAS, JEROME. Pseudonym of Charles Archibald Vlieland, 1890-1974. A colonial administrator in the Malayan Civil Service. (Correction.) SC: Sir Archie Blount, Alison Rayner and John Blair = BR&B.
Salute to Tomorrow. BR&B[Germany, London, Ireland, WWII]
The Widow’s Peak. BR&B (Delete SC Bill Anstruther.)
NORTH, CLYDE. Jack (Thulin) Nelson, 1897-1976.
NORWOOD, ELLIOTT. William Elliott Norwood Kensdale, 1926- .
OLIPHANT, PHILIP LAURENCE [PHILIP LAURENCE KINGTON BLAIR OLIPHANT]. 1867-1918. Birth name: Philip Laurence Kington. Born in Datchet, Buckinghamshire, England; educated at Harrow; served in the Rifle Brigade, then in the 119th Royal Irish Rifles in WWI; died of wounds in the war.
O’REILLY, BILL [WILLIAM JAMES O’REILLY, JR.]. Born in New York City; graduate of Marist College, Boston University, and Harvard University; columnist, television and radio personality, and political commentator.
The Doomsday List. [Europe]
O’SULLIVAN, J(AMES) B(RENDAN)
Someone Walked Over My Grave. Add SC: Supt. George Tubridy
OVSTEDAL, BARBARA KATHLEEN. 1921- . (Correcting birth date.) Born Barbara Skathleen Geils in Sussex; married Inge Ovstedal in 1945.
Seek and Destroy. [U.S.]
PAKENHAM, CLARE HOARE CHATEL. 1945- . Pseudonym: Clare Harkness, q.v.
PALMER, ROSE A(MELIA). 1874- . (Correcting birth date.) Born in Washington D.C.; worked as a classifier of literature (probably for the Library of Congress) and later as an editor for the government.
Vengeance Is Also Mine. [England]
PARRISH, BARNEY. George Wolk, 1941-1980.
PASCOE, IRENE M(AVIS). 1932- . (Correcting birth date.)
PAUL, BARBARA. Barbara Kathleen Ovstedal, 1921- . (Correcting birth date.)
PAUL, ERNEST. Ernest Paul Walter Focke. (Adding middle names.) Migrated to South Africa in 1957.
The Komespi Affair. Add [Europe, South Africa]
PAYNE, CHARLES G(EORGE). ca.1853-1887.
PAYNE, HAZEL BELLE SAULISBERRY PAYNE. 1892-1975. Pseudonym: Gay Greer, q.v.
PENREATH, DOLLY. Mary Dickerson, ca.1840-1905.
PENROSE, MARGARET. Margaret Errington, 1924-2010.
PEPPER, DAN. Pseudonym of Louis R. Morheim, 1922- . (Correction.)
PERRY, STEVE(N CARL)
Time Cop, with S(tephani) D(anelle) Perry. (Show entry thus.)
PETERSON, BERNARD. Bernard N. Goldstein, 1927- . Born in Brooklyn; has a Ph.D. in physics from Polytechnic Institute of New York; spent 33 years in research at RCA’s Sarnoff Research Laboratories in Princeton, New Jersey.
PETROV, INGOUSHKA. 1937-2010.
PEVERETT, ALLAN (DOUGLAS). 1904- . Born in Queenstown, South Africa.
PHILIP, JOHN C. ca.1860-1915. Entered the army as a young man, serving in the Egyptian campaign; then entered the Aberdeen police force, became a sergeant and then drill instructor, later sacrist at Marischal College, then joined the staff of “People’s Journal” in Dundee.
Memoirs of an Aberdeen Detective: Robert Woodcroft. (Entry to be moved here from Woodcroft, Detective Robert).
PHILMORE, R. Herbert Edmund Howard, 1900-1963.
PHILPOTT, ANTHONY J. Delete entire entry (listed book is non-fiction).
PIERSON, ERNEST DE LANCEY. 1863-1943. Born in Auburn, New York; died in New York City.
PITT, INGRID. Professional name of Ingoushka Petrov, 1937-2010. Born in Poland; married to actor Tony Rudlin.
PORTER, MADELINE. 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
The 77th Day. [Germany]
POT and SWEARS. Pseudonyms, respectively, of Henry Pottinger Stephens, 1851-1903, q.v., and Arthur Ernest Wells, 1858-1928.
The Scarlet City. Sands, 1899
POTT, A(LEXANDER) J(OHN). 1876-1931.
The Boyhood of Belinda. Sampson Low, 1931 [Africa]
PRENDERGAST, WILLIAM. 1904-1969. Born in Liverpool; served 31 years on the Liverpool police force, largely as a detective sergeant.
PRESTON, ELLIOTT (WEBB). ca.1852-1902. Born in Massachusetts, died in England.
PRITCHETT, ARIADNE. Irving A. Greenfield, 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
PYLES, DANNY (LEE?). 1923(?)-2004(?).
RABINOVICH, ISIDORE. 1923-2010.
RAYNER, AUGUSTUS ALFRED. 1894-1972.
RAYNER, CLAIRE (BERENICE BERK). 1931-2010.
REED, ABIGAIL. Julia Grice Fitz, 1940-2000.
REES, ARTHUR J(OHN)
Simon of Hangletree. Delete “in a walk-on role.”
RICHARD, SUSAN. Julie Ellis, 1918-2006. (Correcting birth date.)
RICHARDSON, GEORGE ROLF. Pseudonym: Jan Grieg, q.v.
RITTER, MARGARET (HILL). British-Born actress, in over 200 stage plays, plus films and television.
ROCHE, KAY. Pseudonym of Kathleen Margaret Wacher, 1911-1997. Born in India, educated in Edinburgh, served on the staff of MI5; married to a London barrister.
ROGERS, RAY MOUNT. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, of American parents; came to the U.S. in 1922; completed high school here and attended the University of California; had a career in the advertising business; died in Polk, Oregon.
ROGERSON, JAMES. Pseudonym: Roger Hamilton, q.v.
ROMAINE, DALLAS. Norah Mary Bradley Gibbs, 1897-1979.
RONCA, JAMES. 1912(?)-1951(?). See: (Richard) Glyn Griffith, 1892-1944.
The Labrador Trust. [England, Italy]
RYAN, JENNA. Jacqueline Goff, 1960- .
RYAN, JESSICA (CADWALADER). SC: Gregory (Grisha) Sergievitch Pavlov and (Officer) Michael O’Shaunessey. (Show SC thus.)
ST. JOHN, GAIL. Irving A. Greenfield, 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
SAINT THOMAS, HAROLD. (Show author’s name thus.)
SCOTT, BRUCE. Pseudonym of an officer in the Malayan Police who led many successful operations against terrorists and used the pseudonym because he believed he was on the vengeance list of Asiatic communists. SC: Supt. Steve McLaren (corrected spelling).
SCOTT, E(RIC NOEL JOCELYN) C(LEMENT). 1877-1960(?). Born in Holborn, London, England; died (?) in Watford, Hertfordshire.
SCULLY, W(ILLIAM) C(HARLES). Born in Dublin, Ireland; emigrated with family to South Africa in 1867; worked as shepherd, diamond prospector, etc., before joining South African Civil Service in 1876; became a magistrate, retiring in 1913; died in Natal.
Blood Song. Villard, 1984 [U.S.]
-Overboard. Norton, 1977; Macdonald, 1977 [ship, South Pacific] Television movie: NBC, 1978 (scw: Hank Searls; dir: John Newland)
SEELEY, ED, JR. (Show author’s name thus.)
SEUFFERT, MUIR. Muriel Mary (Faulkner) Seuffert. Born in Canada (?); died in Buckinghamshire.
SEUFFERT, MURIEL MARY (FAULKNER). Show name thus.
Murder. Mandir (India), 1972
SHARMA, R(AVINDA) N(ATH). 1940- .
The Avenger. Magna (Bombay), 1996
Compelling Reasons. Magna (Bombay), 1995 [India]
From Whose Bourne. Correct story title from The Heralds of France to: The Heralds of Fame
SHAW, VERO (KEMBALL). 1851-1921. Born in Bombay, India; died in Wandsworth, London, England; a journalist and author of books on dogs.
SHELDON, (ANNA) LOUISE VESCELIUS. 1851-1928(?). Born in Michigan; may have died in Illinois; singer and author; lived in South Africa for 3 years.
SHELDON, LURANA WATERHOUSE [LURANA WATERHOUSE SHELDON FERRIS]. 1862-1945. Pseudonym: Richard Hackstaff, q.v.
-The Gilded Rule. [Montreal]
SHEPHERD, H. P. Delete; title moved the Pot and Swears.
SHILL, JOAN (CAREW HOCKING). 1908-1978. Born in London; died in Chelmsford.
SHIPTON, HELEN [HELEN SHIPTON VOULES]. 1857-1945. Born in Barlow, Derbyshire; died in Croydon.
The Lonely Russian. [London, Switzerland]
SHORE, P(ETER) R(EDCLIFF). Pseudonym of Helen Madeline Leys, 1892-1965.
SILLER, VAN. SC: Captain Pete Rector. (Show SC thus.)
SILVER, R. NORMAN
-Warders of the Deep. [ship]
The Stolen Laces. Delete entire entry (book correctly listed under John Postgate).
SIMMONS, SUZANNE. Suzanne Simmons Guntrum, 1946-2008.
Cave of Stars. Hale, 1950 [England]
SIPES, DON(ALD). 1928-2006.
SMALL, AUSTIN J(AMES). Middle name also given as: Major. Born in Luton, Bedfordshire; died in West Kensington, London.
SMITH, FRANK A(LLEN)
The Traitor Mask. [London]
SOMMERS, BEVERLY. 1934- . (Not a pseudonym.)
SOUTH, HENRY ERSKINE. 1862-1935. Born in Hampshire; died in London; surgeon captain in the Royal Navy.
SOUTHWORTH, LOUIS. Thomas Louis Grealey, 1916-2008. Born in Blackburn, Lancashire; died in Folkestone, Kent.
SOUTHWORTH, MRS. S(ARAH) A(USTIN). 1819-1902.
SPETTIGUE, H(ARRIET) H(ELLYER). 1858-1939. Born in Launceston, Cornwall, England; died in Norwich, Norfolk.
STEBBING, GRACE. 1840-1936. Churchwoman and author of articles and historical romances and moral tales; died in Brighton, England.
STEELE, TEDD. Pseudonym: David Benedict, q.v.
STEPHAN, LESLIE (BATES)
Murder or Not. SC: Sgt. David Putnam [Massachusetts]
STEPHENS, HENRY POTTINGER. Pseudonym: Pot, q.v.
STOCK, JON. 1966- . Educated at Magdalen College, Cambridge; newspaper editor and columnist.
STORY, JACK TREVOR
Dishonourable Member. (Note: This is a rewritten version of Danger’s Child, q.v., without Sexton Blake.)
Man Pinches Bottom. (Note: This is a rewritten version of Story’s contributions to “Large Type Killer,” published as by Richard Williams, q.v., without Sexton Blake.)
Mix Me a Person. (Note: This is a rewritten version of Nine O’Clock Shadow, q.v., without Sexton Blake.)
The Trouble with Harry. (Note: A Boardman pb edition, 1955, also includes a sequel story, “The Trouble with Trudy.”)
The General’s Wife. [England]
King’s Folly. (Deleting the dash.)
STRONG, ROBERT (HEDLEY). 1924- . Born in Swansea, Wales; living in Chichester, Sussex.
-The Jade Lizard. Add [WWII]
TALBOT, FREDERICK. ca.1833-1903(?). Born in Leeds, England; later living in Fulham.
Cold Line to Moscow. [England]
Murder on Tuesday. [England]
THIERRY, JAMES FRANCIS. 1887-1944. (Correcting the dates.) Born in Canton, Ohio; died in Akron, Ohio.
THOMAS, BERTHA. 1845-1918. Born in Shelsley, Worcestershire, England; died in Marylebone, London.
THOMAS, EDWARD LLEWELLYN GORDON. 1890-1966.
THOMPSON, GEORGE. George Thompson Greenhorn, 1823-ca.1873. (Correction.)
THOMPSON, (JAMES) MAURICE. 1844-1901.
The King of Honey Island. Bonner (New York City), 1893 [Louisiana]
Sir Gilbert’s Secret. Aldine (My Queen Library #139), ca.1897
THORNTON, ELIZABETH. Mary Forrest George, 1940-2010. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland; primary school teacher there and in Canada, pastoral assistant at a Presbyterian church in Winnipeg; earned an Honors Classics degree in history at University of Winnipeg; died in Winnipeg.
THORNTON, JANE [JANE THORNTON GODBER]. 1961- .
TICKELL, MARGARET ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON. 1855-1923. Pseudonym: Marjorie Williamson, q.v.
TOM-GALLON, NELLIE. (David Arthur) Calder Wilson, 1882-1934.
Death in Disguise. [England]
TRUSS, (LESLIE) SELDON. SC: Chief Insp./Supt. Gidleigh.. (Show SC thus.)
TUCKER, (LETITIA?) BERYL [LETITIA BERYL TUCKER WINGATE?]. ca.1882(?)-1944(?). Born in India?
Evil Genius. [London]
TURPIN, ALLAN (RICHARD). 1903- . Born in London.
ULBACH, LOUIS. 1822-1889. Born in Troyes, France; died in Paris. SC: Gabrielle de Monterey, in both titles.
-For Fifteen Years. Appleton, 1888 [France] (Translation of “Quinze ans de Bagne.” Paris, 1882.)
-The Steel Hammer. Appleton, 1888 [France] (Translation of “Le Marteau d’Acier.” Paris, 1882.)
URELL, WILLIAM FRANCIS. 1913-1979. (Deleting question marks.)
URNER, NATHAN D(ANE). Born in Cincinnati; died in New York City; City Editor of the New York Tribune.
A Prize of Traitors. [Scotland]
VANE, PHYLIPPA. Phyllis Yeoman MacVean, 1892-1967.
VLIELAND, CHARLES ARCHIBALD. 1890-1974. Pseudonym: Jerome Nicholas, q.v.
VON BREISKY, HUBERT. 1908-1967. An Austrian baron, born in Vienna, served in the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and as Charge D’Affaires in the German Embassy for the Third Reich; after the war ran a fish-drying business in Angola; then moved to Portugal, where he died in a car accident.
VON DIME, N. O. T. Pseudonym of H. Myers.
WACHER, KATHLEEN MARGARET. 1911-1997. Pseudonym: Kay Roche, q.v.
WADE, HARRISON. Pseudonym of Harry C. Woltjen, 1922-1971.
WADE, J(OSEPH) H(ENRY). 1861-1943.
WALSH, GOODWIN. Joint pseudonym of Richard John Walsh, 1886-1960, and Wilder Goodwin, 1887-1955.
WALSH, RICHARD JOHN. 1886-1960. Born in Lyons, Kansas; graduate of Harvard; reporter, editor, advertising writer; married to Pearl S(ydenstricker) Buck, 1892-1973, q.v. Joint pseudonym with Wilder Goodwin, 1887-1955: Goodwin Walsh, q.v.
WALWORTH, JEANNETTE (RICHIE) H(ADERMANN). Add: died in New Orleans.
WANDREWALA, ARMIN. Lawyer in Mumbai, India.
The Turning. Astarte (India), 1996 [India]
WARD, I(RENE) E(LLEN)
Death Came Too Soon. [England]
WARRIER, SHASHI. SC: Rajan Menon = RM.
Night of the Krait. RM
The Orphan. Penguin pb (India), 1998 RM [India]
The Sniper. Penguin pb (India), 2000 [India]
WEBSTER, ERNEST. SC: Capt. Benni Soldano (correcting first name spelling).
Madonna of the Black Market. [Naples] Delete SC
The Verratoli Inheritance. Delete SC
WELCOME, JOHN. John Needham Huggard Brennan, 1914-2010.
WELLS, ARTHUR ERNEST. 1858-1928. Pseudonym: Swears. See: Pot and Swears.
Must I Die? Digit pb, 1959
WHITEHOUSE, W(ESLEY) L(EONARD)
The Man from Australia. [England]
WIGGINS, WALLY [WALTER J. WIGGINS]. 1925- . Lawyer in Ithaca, New York.
Willow Run. Gamma (New York), 1999 ss (untitled), with some crime
Swallow’s Fall. SC: Sgt./Lt. Frank Hastings
WILD, ROLAND (GIBSON). 1903- .
WILKIE, LESLIE. 1948- . Former ships’ radio officer.
WILLIAMS, J(OHN) ELLIS. 1901-1975.
WILLIAMS, JOHN (BABBINGTON). 1827(?)-1879(?)
Death of a Portrait. [England]
WILLIAMSON, MARJORIE. Pseudonym of Margaret Elizabeth Williamson Tickell, 1855-1923. (Correction.)
WILSON, A. G. Wilson George Alfred Harrison, 1908-1964.
WILSON, (DAVID ARTHUR) CALDER. 1882-1934.
WILSON, MARGARET [MARGARET WILHELMINA WILSON TURNER], 1882-1973, and RUTH WILSON, 1884- . Sisters, both born in Traer, Iowa; Margaret died in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
WILSON, RUTH. 1884- .
WINDUST, CHARLES. ca.1834(?)-1914(?).
WINN, ROBERT. Correct to: WINN, RUPERT
Buried in Secret; or, The Poor Refuge. [England]
WOLTJEN, HARRY C. 1922-1971. Pseudonym: Harrison Wade, q.v.
WOOD, HENRY CLEVELAND. 1855-ca.1935. Born in Harrodsburg, Kentucky; in ca.1912 he was running a bookstore in his native town.
-The Night Riders. Laird, 1908 [Kentucky]
WOOD, MICHAEL. Pseudonym of Joy Hooper, who was Violet Maude Ivy Darby Hooper, 1861-1945. Born in Little Stoke, Oxfordshire.
WOOD, SABINE WALLINGFORD. 1875-1932.
WOODCROFT, ROBERT. Delete entry. Book moved to John C. Philip entry.
WORTH, MAURICE. Maurice Henry B. Mash, 1882-1942. Willan [William] George Bosworth,
WREN, P(ERCIVAL) C(HRISTOPER). 1875-1941. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Deptford, London; birth registered as Percy Wren.
WRIGHT, CONSTANCE HAGBERG. 1864-1949. Born Constance Metcalfe Lockwood in Yorkshire; second marriage was to Sir Charles Theodore Hagberg Wright in 1919.
YORKE, VICTORIA. Possibly Victoria Margaret Gerald Yorke, 1900- , born in Lancashire.
YOUNG, G(EORGE?) H(ENRY?) R(OBERT?). 1904(?)- .
YOUNG, GORDON (RAY). 1886-1948. Pseudonym: Ray Gordon, q.v
ZEC, DONALD. Pseudonym of Donald D. Zecanovsky, 1919- . Born in Odessa.
ZECANOVSKY, DONALD D. 1919- . Pseudonym: Donald Zec, q.v.
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