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PART 40. [Posted February 2011.]ABBOTT, ALICE IRVING. Pseudonym of Miss H. H. Burdick.
ADAMS, CHARLES WARREN. 1833-1903. Pseudonym: Charles Felix, q.v.
Whom Gods Destroy. Show Red Seal edition as pb
ADLER, TERRY. Possibly Theresa F. Adler, 1870-1964, who was born in Massachusetts and died in Santa Clara, California.
ALAN, MARJORIE. Doris Marjorie Bumpus, 1905-1968.
ALDRICH, EARL AUGUSTUS. 1886-1967. Born in Fall River, Massachusetts; died in Ashville, North Carolina; graduate of Harvard; taught at Boston University and Wellesley College.
ALLYSON, ALAN. Anthony (Frank) Nuttall, 1945- . (Show name thus.)
AMBERLEY, SIMON. Peter (Isnell) Hoar, 1912-1975.
The Devil Drives. Show Red Seal edition as pb
AMES, SARAH RACHEL STAINER. 1915-1999. (Correcting birth date.)
ANDERSON, ROBERT G(ORDON). 1881-1950. Born in Somerville, New Jersey; died in Port Washington, Long Island, New York.
The Cross of Fire. Houghton, 1918
-The American Ambassador. Laird pb, 1894 (by A Public Man.) [Italy]
The Crime of Christmas Day. Delete (listed under authors’ names)
Presumption of Law. (Deleting the dash.) (By a Barrister and a Lady.) [France]
-The Giant’s Robe. Smith, Elder, 1884
APACHE, LAURA. Pseudonym of Laura Victoria Fargas, 1953- .
ARCHER, JEFFREY (HOWARD). See also: Hugh Janes.
ARCHER, LANE. Add pseudonym: Darby Hauck, q.v.
Murder Underground. [California]
ARMER, ALAN (A.). 1922-2010.
BACON, G(EORGE?) F(RANK?). 1862(?)-1932(?).
BAKER, FAY. 1917-1987. Pseudonym: Beth Holmes, q.v.
BAKER, LEDRU, JR.
And Be My Love. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1957
BALLARD, W(ILLIS) TODHUNTER
Walk in Fear. Show Red Seal edition as pb
BALLINGER, JOHN (EMERSON). 1941-2010. SC: Brad Parker and Napoleon Robespierre Jones, in “The Williamsberg Forgeries” and subsequent novel.
BARDSLEY, MICHAEL. Anthony (Frank) Nuttall, 1945- . (Show name thus.)
BARKER, S. DARLING. See also: S. Darling-Barker.
The Trials of Mercy. Hutchinson, 1899
BARLOW, SAMUEL LATHAM MITCHELL. 1892-1982. Pseudonym: Bertrand Huber, q.v.
BARNETT, GLYN. SC: Victor Laforte = VL.
The Call-Box Murder. Add SC VL
Death Calls Three Times. Add SC VL
BARON. Benjamin Anthony Ronzone, 1848-1927. Born in Italy; died in Brooklyn, New York; author of short stories and political articles for newspapers; an artist (painter).
BARTON, TONY. Add pseudonym: Pat Haynes, q.v.
BARWICK, JAMES. Donald James Wheal, 1931-2008.
BARWICK, TONY. Donald James Wheal, 1931-2008.
BATTISON, BRIAN (OWEN). (Adding middle name.)
Meet Morocco Jones. Delete; this is the same as Meet Morocco Jones in the Case of the Syndicate Hoods, with part of the title left off.
BEAN, GREGORY (K.) (Show name thus.)
No Comfort in Victory. St. Martin’s, 1995 [Wyoming] SC: Sheriff Harry Starbranch
BENNETT, DOROTHY. 1906-1949(?).
BENTON, KENNETH (CARTER)
A Single Monstrous Act. [England]
BERESFORD, ELISABETH. 1926-2010. Daughter of J(ohn) D(avys) Beresford, 1873-1947, q.v.
The Package Holiday Spy Case. [England, Europe]
BEYNON, JOHN. Byline also: John B. Harris, q.v.
BICKHAM, JACK M.
The Regensburg Legacy. Add [Paris, New York City, Germany]
Flame in the Snow. [Russia, past]
Pilgrim of Desire. [France]
The Other Mother; see The Other Room
The Other Room. U.S. title: The Other Mother. Ace, 1972
BLACKWOOD, JOY ANN. Evan Lee Heyman, 1924-2008.
Death Is a Lovely Dame. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1959
BLOUNDELL-BURTON, JOHN EDWARD
A Vanished Rival. Cassell, 1901
BONNEY, EDWARD. Born in Essex County, New York; died in Chicago; a private detective.
The Banditti of the Prairies. [Mississippi Valley]
Dr. Nikola Returns. Add U.S. edition: Wildside pb, 2005
The Secret of Sylvia. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1959
BRADLEY, (LUCY) MURIEL (DEMENS). 1912-1994. (Correcting the dates.) Died in Palm Springs, California.
Take Your Last Look. Show Red Seal edition as pb
BRENCHLEY, CHAZ (R.)
Shelter. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2006 (Deleting the dash.)
Little Tramp. Show Red Seal edition as pb
77 Rue Paradis. Show Red Seal edition as pb
-Black Douglas. Move this title to a different John Brown than titles below.
Death Gets a Place. Show as pb
Murder Each Way. Goulden pb, 1953 (correcting publisher)
BUDD, JACKSON. William John Budd, 1896-1960.
BUDD, WILLIAM JOHN. 1896-1960.
BULK, NANCY HARWOOD. 1942-2010.
BULL, ALFRED. 1851-1923. Born in England; died in Chicago.
The Reckoning of Heaven. (Author) (Irving Park, Illinois), 1912
BUMPUS, DORIS MARJORIE. 1905-1968.
BURDICK, MISS H. H. Pseudonym: Alice Irving Abbott, q.v.
BURLEIGH, FLORENCE (S. HOWARD). 1888-1967.
CALVERT, W. H.
Death Be My Judge. (Deleting the dash.) [India]
CAMACHO, GEORGE [JORGE ABEL CAMACHO]. 1908-1989. Probably born in Brazil; married in England, and died in Battle, Sussex.
CAREW, RAYMOND. Frank Victor Hughes-Hallett, 1872-1936.
CASEY, PATRICK. Terence Casey, 1895-1945.
CASEY, TERENCE. 1895-1945.
The Death Wish. (Adding the “The”.)
Lovely and Lethal. Show Red Seal edition as pb
CHAPLIN, W(ILFRED) N(ORMAN). 1899- . (Correction for author of “Lust for Power.”)
Evil in Waiting. [Arizona]
Fool’s Paradise. [South Carolina]
CHASE, GLEN. House name. Authors include Gardner F. Fox, Rochelle Larkin, Leonard Levison. SC: Cherry Delight, in a all titles, a sex-obsessed paperback series published by Leisure.
Always on Sunday. 1975
The Big Bankroll. 1975
Broad Jump. 1974
Chuck You, Farley! 1973
Crack Shot. 1973
The Devil to Pay. 1977
Fire in the Hole. 1974
Greek Fire. 1977
Hang Loose. 1974
Hot Rocks. 1973
I’m Cherry, Fly Me! 1973
In a Bind. 1975
In a Pinch. 1974
The Italian Connection. 1972
The Jersey Bounce. 1974
Lights! Action! Murder! 1975
Made in Japan. 1974
The Man Who Was God. 1977
Mexican Standoff. 1975
The Moorland Monster. 1977
Over the Hump. 1974
Roman Candle. 1975
Tong in Cheek. 1972
Treasure Chest. 1974
Up Your Ante. 1973
What a Way to Go. 1974
Where the Action Is. 1977
CHAZE, (LEWIS) ELLIOT
Black Wings Has My Angel. Show Red Seal edition as pb
CHESTER, PETER. SC: John Preston (correction).
Yellow...Like Gold! [Scotland]
CHUMASERO, JOHN C(HAMBERLAIN). 1816-1903. Born in Nottingham, England; died in Chicago; lawyer and judge in Rochester, New York.
-Laura, the Sicilian Girl. Beach (Rochester, New York), 1845 [Sicily]
-Life in Rochester; or, Sketches from Life. Dewey (Rochester, New York), 1848 (by “A Resident Citizen.”)
-The Mysteries of Rochester. Beach (Rochester, New York), 1845
CLARE, ALYS. Elizabeth Harris, 1944- .
CLAUDIA, SUSAN. William Joseph Johnston, 1924-2010.
CLEMENTS, CALVIN (JOSEPH, SR.)
Satan Takes the Helm. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1957
CLEVELAND, JOHN. John Deane Hilton, 1855-1931. (Deleting question mark.)
Ark, with Nicolas Head. (Correction.)
The Crossing, with Nicolas Head. (Correction.)
Gimme More. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2009
COHEN, OCTAVUS ROY
The Corpse That Walked. Show Red Seal edition as pb
COLLIER, G(ILLIAN) K. Gillian K. Crawley, 1948- .
COLLIER, JANE. This was her birth name; then married a Waldron, then a Jackson, then a Pollard; born in Yorkshire but has lived largely in Cornwall since age 2.
COLTON, A. J. Alfred Samuel Hook, 1886-1963.
Tears Are for Angels. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1956
CONWAY, TROY. House name; authors include Michael Avallone, Johannes L. Bouma, Gardner F. Fox, Charles E. Fritch, and Paul J. Gillette. All titles are sex-obsessed paperback spy tales featuring Rod Damon and published by Paperback Library.
All Screwed Up. 1970
The Berlin Wall Affair. 1967. Also published as: Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew. 1971
The Best Laid Plans. 1969
The Big Broad Jump. 1969
The Big Freak-Out. 1968. Also published as: A Hard Act to Follow. 1972
The Billion Dollar Snatch. 1968
The Cockeyed Cuties. 1972
Come One Come All. 1968
The Cunning Linguist. 1970
Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew; see The Berlin Wall Affair
Eager Beaver. 1973
Had Any Lately. 1969
A Hard Act to Follow; see The Big Freak-Out
A Hard Man is Good to Find. 1973
The Harder You Try, the Harder It Gets. 1971
I Can’t Believe I Ate the Whole Thing. 1973
I’d Rather Fight Than Swish. 1969
It’s Getting Harder All the Time. 1968
It’s Not How Long You Make It. 1970
It’s What’s Up Front That Counts. 1969
Just a Silly Millimeter Longer. 1969
Keep It Up, Rod! 1968
Last Licks. 1968
The Man Eater. 1968
The Master Baiter. 1970
The Sex Machine. 1970
Son of a Witch. 1971
A Stiff Proposition. 1971
Turn the Other Sheik. 1970
Up and Coming. 1972
The Wham! Bam! Thank You, Ma’am Affair. 1968
Whatever Goes Up. 1969
Will the Real Rod Please Stand Up! 1970
COOPER, LYNNA. Add pseudonym: Rod Gray, q.v.
Delinquent. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1959
Winterton Hotel Mystery. (Show title thus.) [London]
CORK, BARRY (W. JOYNSON). 1920- . Born in Hendon, England; living in Holt, Norfolk, in 2002.
COURNOS, HELEN SYBIL NORTON KESTNER. 1893-1960.
Come Night, Come Evil. Show Red Seal edition as pb
The Dead Darling. Show Red Seal edition as pb
CRAWLEY, GILLIAN K. 1948- .
The Case of the Gilded Fly. Also published in the U.S. under this title: Walker, 1979
CROUDACE, GLYNN. SC: Captain Lukas van Lyk = L.
Motives for Murder. Paperback, not hardcover; a story collection, not a novel. Contents: Assignment in Singapore \ Midday Murder (L) \ Not That Kind of Murder (L) \ Painted Lady Street \ Redbait (L) \ Shot in the Dark (L) \ Tafelberg Road (L) \ Tarnished Gold \ Venetian Tiger \ Woman in Scarlet (Note: the Van Lyk stories take place in South Africa, as do Woman in Scarlet and Painted Lady Street; Assignment in Singapore takes place in Singapore, Tarnished Gold in Portugal, and Venetian Tiger in Venice.)
CRUICKSHANK, CHARLES (GREIG)
Kew for Murder. [London]
CUNNINGHAM, JOHN (W.). 1915-2002. (Combine the two John Cunningham entries under this heading.)
Dr. Malchi; or, “Who Was I?”. Ward, Lock, 1891
CURTIS, SPENCER. Anthony (Frank) Nuttall, 1945- . (Show name thus.)
Jewel of the Java Sea. Show Red Seal edition as pb
D’ABBES, INGRAM. Pseudonym of Arthur Ingram Dabbs, 1898-1975. Born in Edmonton, Middlesex, England; died in Enfield, Middlesex.
DABBS, ARTHUR INGRAM. 1898-1975. Pseudonym: Ingram D’Abbes, q.v.
DACRE, CHARLOTTE [CHARLOTTE DACRE BYRNE]. 1772(?)-1825(?). (Changing the dates.) Birth name: Charlotte King.
DALHEATH, DAVID. Pseudonym of Dr. David Samuel Magrill. Has a B.Sc. from Glasgow University; an information scientist at Beechams Pharmaceuticals and later at Fisons.
The Sardine Deception. British title: Unholy Alliance. Hale, 1988
Unholy Alliance; see The Sardine Deception
DAVIES, FREDERICK (HERBERT). 1916-1990. Schoolmaster and author who was born, lived and died in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England.
DAVIS, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Born in Barnstable, Massachusetts; died in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
DAVIS, HOWARD CHARLES
And Murder Won. [England]
Dead Man’s Cross. [England]
Renegade from Russia. [England]
DEAN, (JOHN) RAVEN. 1859-1935.
Betrayed by a Shadow. Griffith, Farran, 1890
DE HAAS, ARLINE [ARLINE DE HAAS WILLIAMS]. 1899-1969.
DeMOULT, DOLPH. Add: born in New York City; novelist and designer of corporate identify programs; sole writer on the books bylined with Bill Kelly, though Kelly edited for accuracy and made suggestions.
DENHAM, BERTIE [BERTRAM STANLEY MITFORD BOWYER, BARON DENHAM].
DENNISON, G. Pseudonym: Philip Henneker, q.v.
DE WAAL, JOHANN
Machado. Penguin pb (South Africa), 1990
DILLE, (ROBERT NICHOLS) FLINT
The Midnight Avenger. [1930s]
DILLON, CATHERINE. Barry (W. Joynson) Cork, 1920- .
DISNEY, DOROTHY CAMERON. Pseudonym of Dorothy D(isney?) Mackaye, 1903-1992.
DOBBS, FRANK (A.). 1927(?)- . Graduate of University of Leeds; then a teacher in Leeds.
Smile, Honey. Delete (not criminous)
DONOHUE, FRANK LAURENCE
The Silver Arrow. Dillingham pb, 1896 [New York]
DRESDEN, THOMAS. Donald James Wheal, 1931-2008.
Alibi and Dr. Morelle. Add U.S. edition: Wildside pb, 2005
Callers for Dr. Morelle. Add U.S. edition: Wildside pb, 2003
Confess to Dr. Morelle. Add U.S. edition: Wildside pb, 2003
Dr. Morelle and Destiny. Add U.S. edition: Wildside pb, 2003
Menace for Dr. Morelle. Add U.S. edition: Wildside pb, 2003
DURIVAGE, FRANCIS A(LEXANDER). Add: died in New York City; writer of stories, verses, plays and dramatic criticisms; on editorial staff of Boston Daily Times; editor of the Yankee Blade in Boston; Inspector of Customs in Boston for 5 years; moved to New York City in 1862 but traveled to and around Europe several times.
ELDER, MICHAEL (AIKEN)
The Man from France. Mainstream hb, 1986 (Novelization of the “Take the High Road” TV series.)
ELIAS, (THOMAS) DAVID (W.). (Giving name more fully.) Add: Born in Winchester, Hampshire; has worked for several advertising agencies in the U.S. and England.
ELLIS, EDWARD. Charles H(enry) Ross, 1835-1897. (Correcting birth date.)
The Mystery of a Type-Writer. Jester Office, 1891 (Note: Reviews of this book can be found, but no other trace of the book itself.)
FARGAS, LAURA VICTORIA. 1953- . Pseudonym: Laura Apache. See: Anne Hathaway-Nayne.
FARGUS, F(REDERICK) J(OHN). Add: died in Monaco.
Circumstantial Evidence. Note: At least the Ogilvie edition comprises stories taken from Bound Together by Hugh Conway, q.v., with titles changed (for example, Circumstantial Evidence was originally The Bandsman’s Story, and The Doctor’s Patient was My First Client).
FEARN, JOHN (FRANCIS) RUSSELL
Murder’s a Must. U.S. title: The Tattoo Murders. Wildside pb, 2005
The Tattoo Murders; see Murder’s a Must
Black Narc. (Ghost-written by Dr. Eric Richard Maisel, 1947- , q.v.)
FELIX, CHARLES. Pseudonym of Charles Warren Adams, 1833-1903. Publisher and journalist.
The Notting Hill Mystery. (Note: The first U.S. appearance of this title was in an anthology, “Novels of Mystery from the Victorian Age,” Duell, Sloan, 1946.)
FERGUSON, JOHN (ALEXANDER)
Death on the Island. [Channel Islands] (Setting correction.)
FESSENDEN, LAURA (CANFIELD SPENCER DAYTON).1842-1924. Born in New York City; died in Chicago; author, poet and songwriter.
The Fast Buck. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Fools Walk In. Show Red Seal edition as pb
House of Flesh. Show Red Seal edition as pb and correct date to 1958
Murder in Monaco. Show Red Seal edition as pb
-Rachel’s Romance; or, The Countess Otto. Diprose (London), 1894 [Vienna]
Laughter in the Night. Delete (not criminous)
FORESTIER-WALKER, C(LARENCE) FRANCIS. 1857-1907.
-The Silver Gate. Greening, 1902
FOSTER, JOHN (THOMAS)
Dark Heritage. Show Red Seal edition as pb
FOWLER, CHRISTOPHER. SC: Bryant & May = B&M
Darkest Day. B&M
Soho Black. Warner pb (London), 1998 B&M [London]
FRANCILLON, R(OBERT) E(DWARD). Born in Gloucester, England.
-Ropes of Sand. Chatto, 1893 [England]
GAINHAM, SARAH. Sarah Rachel Stainer Ames, 1915-1999. Born Amy Rachel Stainer in Islington, London. (Correcting birth date.)
GARTH, ED. William Joseph Johnston, 1924-2010.
GAULDEN, RAY [RAIFORD WESLEY GAULDEN]. (Giving name in full.)
GENUNG, JUDSON (WHITON). (Adding middle name.)
GLENDINNING, RICHARD (EDWIN, JR.)
Terror in the Sun. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1957
Who Evil Thinks. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1957
GLISSANT, EDOUARD. 1928-2011.
GLUYAS, CONSTANCE. Birth name: Constance J. Harris.
Cassidy’s Girl. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Street of No Return. Show Red Seal edition as pb
The Wounded and the Slain. Show Red Seal edition as pb
GOODWIN, I(NGE DOROTHEA ROSI). Born in Berlin, maiden name Simon; biochemist and bacteriologist.
GORES, JOE [JOSEPH NICHOLAS GORES]. 1931-2011.
GRAHAM, CHARLES ROSS. 1920-1968.
GRANVILLE, AUSTYN (W.). 1854-1922. Born in London, England; died in Chicago.
The Roupell Mystery. Weeks (Chicago), 1893 (Correcting publisher/date.)
GRAUMAN, WALTER E. Alan (A.) Armer, 1922-2010.
Bride of Doom. U.S. title: Bride of Violence. Avon pb, 1957 [London, 1836]
GRAY, ROD. Pseudonym of Gardner F(rancis) Fox, 1911-1986, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Lynna Cooper, Frieda Thomsen, qq.v. SC: Eve Drum, the Lady from L.U.S.T., in all titles, a sex-obsessed paperback spy series published by Belmont.
The Big Snatch. 1969
Blow My Mind. 1970
The Copulation Explosion. 1970
Easy Ride. 1970
Five Beds to Mecca. 1967
Go for Broke. 1975
Have a Snort! 1975
The Hot Mahatma. 1968
Kill Her with Love. 1975
Kiss My Assassin. 1968
The Lady from L.U.S.T. 1967. Also published as: Lust, Be a Lady Tonight. 1970
Lady in Heat. 1969
The Lady Killer. 1975
The Lady Takes It All Off. 1971
Laid in the Future. 1969
Lay Me Odds. 1967
Lust, Be a Lady Tonight; see The Lady from L.U.S.T.
The Maracaibo Affair. 1975
The Poisoned Pussy. 1969. Also published as: Sock It to Me. 1973
The 69 Pleasures. 1967
Sock It to Me; see The Poisoned Pussy
South of the Bordello. 1969
Target for Tonight. 1975
To Russia with Lust. 1967
Turned On to L.U.S.T. 1971
Voodoo Kill. 1975
The Lustful Ape. Show Red Seal edition as pb
GRAY, VALERIE (CHRISTINE). Add: Born in England; also librarian in Fairfax and Vienna, Virginia, during a 17-year stay in the U.S.
GREENE, JOE. Pseudonym: B. B. Johnson, q.v.
GRIMSHAW, MARK. Add pseudonym: Pat Haynes, q.v.
GROCE, GEOFFREY ALLAN. 1970- . Pseudonym: McKinley Hill, q.v.
GUEST, FRANCIS HAROLD. 1905-1983. (Correcting birth date.) Born and died in Birmingham, England.
GULBRANDSEN, ALICE. 1911-1995.
-Monsieur Petit. Hale, 1952 (Translation of “Hr Petit,” 1947.)
HALKETT, ROBERTSON. (Correcting last name spelling.)
HAMILTON, (WALTER) BERNARD. 1863-1930. (Deleting question marks.) Father of (Arthur Douglas) Bruce Hamilton, 1900-1974, q.v., and (Anthony Walter) Patrick Hamilton, 1904-1962, q.v.
HAMMOND, CHRIS. 1948- . SC: Speed Walker, in both titles, both collected comic strips.
Speed Walker Private Eye. Pinnacle, 1984
Speed Walker–Totally Fearless. Pinnacle, 1984
HARDING, D(EDRA) A(LTUNA). 1958- .
HARDING, DESMOND. Journalist for such newspapers as “Sunday Telegraph,” “Glasgow Herald”, and “Sheffield Telegraph”; public relations advisor to large companies; lived in Cornwall.
HARPER, BEVERLEY (ANN). 1941-2002. Born and died in Australia; lived in Africa for 20 years.
HARPER, TERRY. ca.1932-2007.
HARRALD, JON A. Harold (George) Schecter, 1948- . (Correction.)
HARRIS, A(DA) L(EONORA). 1859-1943(?).
HARRIS, ELIZABETH. 1944- .
HARRIS, (EVA) JEANE. SC: Delia Ironfoot, in title of that name and subsequent novel(s).
HARRIS, JOHN B. [JOHN WYNDHAM PARKES BEYNON HARRIS]. 1903-1969.
HARRIS, JOHN WYNDHAM PARKES BEYNON. See also: John B. Harris.
HARRIS, JULIE. Born in Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia.
Angel at Risk. Silhouette pb, 1994 [Louisiana]
Shotgun Bride. Silhouette pb, 2000
Suddenly a Family. Silhouette pb, 1999
Temporary Marriage. Silhouette pb, 1997 [Brazil]
Trouble in Texas. Silhouette pb, 1995 [Texas]
Trusting a Texan. Silhouette pb, 1998 [Texas]
HARRIS, MAX F. 1923(?)-1983(?).
HARRIS, (WILLIAM) THOMAS. (Adding first name.)
HARRIS, W(ALTER) ERIC
Twenty-Five Cents. [Canada]
HARRISON, E(RNEST) J(OHN). Add: born in Manchester, had a black belt in judo; served in the British Army in WWI; took a position with the Lithuanian Legation to the U.K. in 1921; worked as a censor in the British Post Office in WWII.
HARRISON, F(ANNIE or FRANCES) HEWITT. Lived in Farmington, New Mexico; married Joseph W. Miller in 1927.
HARRISON, LEWIS. Lewis H(arrison) Watson, 1842-1912.
The Man Who Shot Che Guevara. Add [1860s, 1970s]
HARRISON, RICHARD (SHAWMUT DE LA MOTTE). (Giving full birth name.) Born in Brighton; a university lecturer; lived in Weybridge, Surrey, in the 1960s.
HARROWER, DAVID. 1966- . Born in Edinburgh.
-Knives in Hens. (Adding the dash.) [past]
HART, ALEXIS. Pseudonym of Karen L. Syed, 1967- . (Correction.) Other pseudonym: Karen L. Williams, q.v.
HART, CHRISTIAN. ca.1834(?)-1906(?).
-Sacrilege Farm. [England]
HART, NORMAN PHILLIP
An Inspector Answers. French (New York City and London) [England]
HARTE, MRS. (EDITH) BAGOT. 1855-1943.
HARTKE, CHUCK. Pseudonym of Darrell Lee Hartke, 1937- .
HARTKE, DARRELL LEE. 1937- . Pseudonym: Chuck Hartke, q.v.
HARTLEY, CECIL (WILLIAM?). 1856-1921 or 1867-1916 if middle name was William.
HARTLEY, OLGA. ca.1896(?)-1950(?).
HARTMAN, LORIE (S.). 1938- . (Correcting birth date.)
HARVEY, ALICK. 1888(?)-1964(?).
HARVEY, ANNE JANE TENNANT. 1849(?)-1898.
HARVEY, FRANK, JR. 1912-1981.
HARVEY, J. M. LEE. 1911- .
HARWARD, J(ANET) L(INDA). ca.1951- . Living in Birmingham, England.
The Perfect Alibi. SC: Insp. Josephine Blake
HASKELL, OWEN (J.). 1941-1998.
HASSLER, KENNETH L. Correct to: HASSLER, KENNETH WAYNE. 1932-1999.
HASTY, JOHN EUGENE. 1894-1974. (Correcting the dates.)
HATHAWAY, DENNIS. 1943- .
HATHAWAY-NAYNE, ANNE. Laura Apache is the pseudonym of Laura Victoria Fargas, 1953- .
HAUCK, DARBY. Pseudonym of Louise Platt Hauck, 1883-1943, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Lane Archer, Louise Landon, qq.v.
HAUGAARD, ERIK CHRISTIAN. 1923-2009.
HAVILAND, MEG. Helen Schmid Ketcham, 1925-1989. Actor-director with the Cohasset Dramatic Club in Massachusetts for two decades.
The Mystery Man. Correct to: The Mystery Men.
HAWK, JOHN. Helen Sybil Norton Kestner Cournos, 1893-1960.
HAWKE, HILARY. Pseudonym of Hilary Schmidt, 1951- .
HAWKER, BESSY (E. G.?). ca.1871(?)-1944(?).
HAWKES, GEORGE H.
Hand in Glove. Show as published ca.1947 (Dramatized true crime?)
HAWKINS, EDWARD H. 1924- . (Correcting birth date.)
HAWLEY, S(TEVE) R.
Blackmail. Avalon, 1996
HAWLEY, WILL(IAM MAURICE). 1952- .
HAWTHORNE, SALLY [SARAH?]. 1916(?)- .
HAY, L(INDSAY) F(ITZGERALD). 1891-1946.
HAY, M. DORIEL [MAVIS DORIEL HAY FITZRANDOLPH]. 1894-1979. Born in Barnet, England; died in Stroud, Gloucestershire.
HAY, W(ILLIAM) LAING. Born in Glasgow, Scotland; served in WWI; may have died in Australia.
HAYENS, (WILLIAM JAMES) HERBERT. 1861-1944.
HAYES, HUBERT. 1901-1964.
HAYES, IVAN HUBERT. 1931- . Pseudonym: Steve Hayes, q.v.
HAYES, (JAMES) MILTON. 1884-1940. Born in Ardwick, Lancashire; died in Nice, France; raconteur, elocutionist, stage actor and comedian.
Cling of the Clay. [England]
HAYES, PETER. 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
HAYES, STEVE. Pseudonym of Ivan Hubert Hayes, 1931- . Born in Britain, living in California; actor, screenwriter, novelist, coffee shop manager, world traveler.
HAYMAN, MARK. Pseudonym of Ronald Harry W. Jales, 1924-1979. Born in Hammersmith, London; died in Orpington, Kent.
HAYNES, BRIAN. 1939- . (Deleting middle name and death date.)
HAYNES, PAT. Pseudonym of Ernest L(ionel) McKeag, 1896-1974, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Tony Barton, Mark Grimshaw, M. Jack, Ramon Lacroix, Roland Vane, qq.v.
HAYS, SUE BROWN. 1904-1991. (Deleting question marks.)
HAYWARD, C(HARLES) F(REDERICK) R(OBINSON). ca.1859- . Journalist and editor in Denver.
HAYWARD, DAVID. An Irishman.
HAYWARD, WILLIAM STEPHENS. 1835-1870.
HAYWOOD, DAGNEY. Correct to: HAYWARD, DAGNEY.
HAYWOOD, JOHN CAMPBELL. ca.1861- . Born in India; lived in Warren, Connecticut, in the 1930s.
HAYWOOD-SEARLE, JAMES. Born in Yorkshire; studied psychology at Leeds; living in Mallorca. SC: James Searle or “J”, in “Carlos II” and subsequent novel(s).
HAYWORTH, EVELYNE. Evan Lee Heyman, 1924-2008.
The Snapdragon. Fitzgerald (New York City), 1913 [New York City]
HEAD, ANN. Ann Christensen Morse, 1915-1968. (Correcting maiden name spelling.)
Shadows Under Whiteface. (Show title thus.)
HEALY, CHRIS(TOPHER ARTHUR). 1873-1935. Born Christopher Andrew Healy in Liverpool; died in Liverpool.
The Endless Marriage. Correct to: The Endless Heritage.
HEALY, R(ICHARD) AUSTIN
Casino Saratoga. Marshall Jones, 2000 [Saratoga, New York] SC: Mike Flint
HEALY, SHAY. 1943- .
Green Card Blues. [New York City]
HEANLEY, C(HARLOTTE) E(LIZABETH). 1863-1946.
‘Tis Known in Appin. (Title correction.)
HEARN, DANIEL. 1947(?)-
HEASMAN, FRANCES [FRANCES HEASMAN TOOKEY].
HEATH, THOMAS EDWARD. 1825-1882.
HEATH, TIM. 1958- .
The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan’s. (Title correction.)
HEATH-MILLER, MARIE (BLANCHE). 1907-1977. Born Mavis Blanche Blackburn in Hendon, England; married Arnold Heath Miller in 1929.
HEAVEN, LOUIS PALMER. Correct to: HEAVEN, LOUISE PALMER. 1846- . Born in England; lived in Philadelphia and later in Washington D.C.
HEBACH, (JOSEPHINE) LOUISE. 1905-1989. Born in Massachusetts (probably Boston, apparently as Josephine Christine Hebach); died in Boston.
HEDGES, JOHN (WILLIAM). 1948- .
Death in a Small Town. Ellis, 1995 [England]
HEFFNER, WILLIAM J., JR. 1961- .
Emergency. Add [Ireland]
HEINECKE, HAZEL JOAN. 1912-1962. Born in Idaho; died in San Bernardino, California.
So I’m a Heel. Show Red Seal edition as pb
HELM, JEANNETTE [JEANNETTE I. HELM SAND]. 1876-1958. Born in Ossining, New York, daughter of a New York City lawyer; died in Orange County, California.
HELY, ELIZABETH. Nancy Elizabeth Brassey Leslie Younger, 1913-1981. Died in London.
HEMINGWAY, JOAN. 1950- . (Correcting birth date.)
HENDERSHOT, CYNTHIA [CYNDY KAY HENDERSHOT]. 1946- . (Correcting birth date.)
HENDERSON, DEE (ANN). 1966- .
HENDERSON, O(NETTE) KAY. 1946- . (Giving name in full.)
HENDERSON, THOMAS JOHNSTON. 1883-1959.
HENDERSON, W(ALTER) E(DWARD) B(ONHOTE). 1880-1944. Solicitor, poet, and author, and an athlete who represented Great Britain in the 1908/1912 Olympics.
-Behind the Thicket. Max Goschen (London), 1915; Dutton, 1917
HENDRICKSON, R. J. Ruby Jean Jensen, 1927-2010.
HENNEKER, PHILIP. Pseudonym of G. Dennison, who lived in Cornwall, England.
HENNIGAN, BRIAN. Born in Edinburgh; graduate of University of St. Andrews; taught English in China and Japan; author plays, short stories and of adaptations broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
HENRICHS, BETTY (L.). 1940(?)-2005(?).
HENRY, ALEXANDRA. Hilary Norman, 1949- .
HENRY, BRIAN A(LEXANDER). 1940- .
Bainbridge Holme. [England]
HENRY, DIANE [SHARON DIANE HENRY HORROCK]. (Giving name in full.)
HENRY, JACK. Former detective inspector at Scotland Yard.
Flannelfoot, Phantom Crook. Film: Fancey, 1953, as Flannelfoot (scw: Carl Heck; dir: Maclean Rogers)
HENRY, ROBERT. Pseudonym of Robert Henry Schmelzer, 1915- . (For “No Man Alone.”)
HENSHAW, NANCY ELY. 1882-1962. (Correcting the dates.) Born and died in Cincinnati, Ohio.
HEPPENSTALL, R(ICHARD?) HENRY. 1865(?)-1921(?).
HERBERT, NAN. Pseudonym of Nancy Herbert Owen Steinly, 1908-1988. Born in Wales; died in Bournemouth, Dorset.
HERBERTSON, MALLARD. Pseudonym of Marie Hutcheson, 1854-1914. Born Mary Louisa Joseph in Aberdare, Wales; married Scottish physician and surgeon John Davis Hutcheson.
HERD, TRAVIS. 1925(?)- .
HERING, HENRY A(UGUSTUS). 1864-1945.
Blind Conspiracy. [California]
HERRERA, TOMMEY L. 1950- .
HERRINGTON, LEE. 1903-1952.
HERRON, S(ADIE) PERNELL. 1910-1997. African-American who lived and died in Pittsburgh.
HERSEY, JOHN. Correct to: HERSHEY, JOHN. Pseudonym of James Reach, 1905-1970, q.v. Joint pseudonym with Tom (Bernard) Taggart: Ross MacRoss, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Hilda Manning, John Rand, Pete Williams, qq.v.
-Wild Wave. [Venice, 1700s]
HESSE, ALICE (W.). 1904-1999. Lived much of her life in Nyack, New York, then moved to Florida’s Gulf Coast; educated at New York University.
The Guests at the Villa. [France]
Hatpin Misused. [train, Mexico]
Terror in Taorina. [Italy]
Tropics of Fear. [Brazil]
HEWITT, CHESTER P. (Adding first name.) 1923(?)-1980(?).
HEWITT, E. L. [ESTELLE LOUISE SCHUYLER HEWITT-MYRING]. 1867-1951. Born Estelle Louise Schuyler in New York City; died in Norwich, Norfolk, England.
HEWLETT, (HENRY) WILLIAM. 1878- . Born in Farmingham, Kent, England; brother of Maurice (Henry) Hewlett, 1861-1923, q.v.
-Windswept Farm. Delete (not criminous)
HEWSON, J(OHN?) JAMES. 1863(?)-1905(?).
HEYMAN, EVAN LEE. 1924-2008.
HICKHAM, HOMER H(ADLEY, JR.). In Addenda, correct to: HICKAM, HOMER H(ADLEY, JR.)
HICKMAN, W(ILLIAM) T(HEODORE). ca.1830(?)-1917(?).
HIGGIN, L(OUISA). 1866(?)- . (Correction.)
Blue Monday. [San Francisco] (Deleting the dash.)
HIGGINS, SIMON (RICHARD). SC: Jade Draper = JD.
Cybercage. Random pb (Australia), 2000 JD (Intended for younger readers.)
Doctor Id. JD
Thunderfish. Random pb (Australia), 1999 [ship] (Intended for younger readers.)
HIGHT, MARY [MARY SMITH HIGHT]. 1874-1937. Born in Chicago; director of the Northwestern University Players for 10 years; died in Tucson the wife of Tucson merchant Carl Puhl.
HILARION. Campbell (D.?) MacKellar, ca.1859(?)-1925(?).
HILGERS, G(REGORY) M(ICHAEL). (Adding first name.)
HILL, ANDREA. Pseudonym of Christine Walker, an Australian writer.
-Treason-Felony. [South America]
HILL, KIM (QUAILE). 1947- .
HILL, McKINLEY. Pseudonym of Geoffrey Allan Groce, 1970- .
HILL, NIKI. Lecturer, journalist and broadcaster in Northern Ireland.
HILL, ROSA. Pseudonym of Barbara (Maude) Whitehead, 1930- , q.v.
-House of Green Dragons. (Adding the dash.)
HILL, S(HEILAH) A(RCHAMBAULT). In Addenda, correct to: HILLMAN, S(HEILAH) A(RCHAMBAULT)
HILLIER, (GEORGE) LACY. 1856-1941. (Correcting death date.)
HILLSBERY, (LOREN) KIEF. 1955- . (Correcting first name.)
HILLSTROM, ROBERT (ARTHUR). 1932- .
HILTON, JOHN DEANE. 1855-1931. (Deleting question mark.)
Two Deaths Must Die. Show Red Seal edition as pb
HINCKLEY, JULIAN. 1884-1955. (Correcting birth date.) Born in New York City; graduated from Harvard in 1906; architect, artist and author; died in Lawrence, Long Island, New York.
HINES, PAUL. 1956-1997.
HINGSTON, WILLIAM E(DWARD). 1851-1942.
HIPKINS, CHARLES HAMMOND. 1893-1952.
HIPWELL, (MARY) MARION (ENTWHISTLE). 1939- . Born in Burnley, England.
HIRD, FRANK [ROBERT FRANCIS HIRD]. 1873-1937. Born in Hull, England; died in Westminster, London.
HIRSCHFELD, CORSON. Professional photographer in Cincinnati for 35 years; former editor of the Journal of Herpetology; living in Norman, Oklahoma.
HIRT, DOUGLAS (EDWARD). 1948- .
HITCHENS, (HU)BERT (ALLEN). 1897-1979. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Wise, Virginia; died in Riverside, California.
HITCHENS, (JULIAN CLARA CATHERINE) DOLORES (BIRK OLSEN). (Hu)Bert (Allen) Hitchens, 1897-1979. (Deleting question marks.)
HIVELY, MILDRED ENGLISH. 1910-1984. (Correcting the dates.)
HOADE, SEAN (ANTHONY). 1969- . (Correcting birth date.)
HOAGLUND, ROBERT J(OEL). 1940-2004.
HOAR, PETER (ISNELL). 1912-1975.
HOBSON, CORALIE JEYES VON WERNER. 1891-1946.
HODEL, MICHAEL P. Sean M. Wright, 1949- .
HODGE, CHARLES R(EYNOLDS. 1857-1946. Born in Geelong, Victoria, Australia; registrar of the University of Adelaide; died at Victor Harbor, South Australia.
HODGES, A(RTHUR) NOEL. 1884-1936.
HODGES, DAVID. 1944- .
HODGES, (RALPH) MORWELL (THOMAS). 1896-1957.
HODGKIN, M(ARION DeKAY) R(OUS). Born in New York City; daughter of Francis Peyton Rous, a Nobel Prize winner, and wife of Sir Alan L. Hodgkin, also a Nobel winner.
HODGKINSON, IVAN TATTERSALL. 1891-1931.
HOGAN, LOU RAND. ca.1900-1975.
HOGG, J(AMES) WILSON. 1909-1997. Born in New Zealand; died in Sydney, Australia; educated at Scots College, Wellington, and Balliol College, Oxford; schoolteacher in England, New Zealand and Australia; headmaster of Trinity Grammar School in Sydney 1944-1974.
Snow Man. Add [Oxford]
HOLBERTON, SIMON. Journalist who has been Hong Kong Bureau Chief for the Financial Times.
HOLBROOK, AMELIA (WEED). 1843-1913. Died in New York City.
HOLBROOK, BUDDY [A. C. HOLBROOK]. 1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
HOLDEN, R(ICHARD) C(ORT). 1918-1984. (Correcting the dates.)
HOLLAND, JONATHAN. Living in Madrid; film reviewer, guitar player in a rock band, and teacher of literature at Complutense University.
HOLLINGSWORTH, LEONARD. In Addenda, delete the 1901 birth date.
HOLLISTER, RAINE. Anna Marie Phegley, 1941- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Terrorist Conspiracy. Correct publication date to: 1982
HOLMES, ARTHUR H(ENRY). 1865-1928(?).
HOLMES, AUBREY. 1922-2004. (Correcting death date.)
HOLMES, BETH. Pseudonym of Fay Baker, 1917-1987. Stage, film and television actress.
HOLMES, BUTCH. Emory Holmes II, 1929- .
HOLMES, DEE. Nancy Harwood Bulk, 1942-2010.
HOLMES, EMORY II. 1929- .
HOLMES, TIMOTHY. Ref: CA. In Addenda, correct to: HOLME, TIMOTHY. Ref: CA.
HOLMS, JOYCE. 1935- .
Bad Vibes. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2009
Foreign Body. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2008
Payment Deferred. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2007
HOLT, ANNE. SC: Hanne Wilhelmsen, in “Blind Goddess”, and in subsequent untranslated novels.
Blind Goddess. (Translation of “Blind Gudinne,” Norway, 1993.)
HOLT, HARRISON JEWELL. 1875-1956. Born and died in Portland, Maine; graduate of Harvard..
The House of the Third Sense. [France]
HOLT, LEYDON. Correct to: HOLT, LEYDEN.
HOLT, OLGA G(ENEVIEVE). 1927-2010.
HOLT, RICHARD. Pseudonym of Richard Holt Wild, 1917-2005. Lived in Rochdale, Lancashire, but died in Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset.
HOLT, THOMAS LITTLETON. 1794-1879. (Correcting birth date.)
HOLT-WHITE, W(ILLIAM EDWARD BRADDON). 1878-1937.
HOLTON, EDITH AUSTIN. Born in Wayland, Massachusetts; graduated from Saint Johnsbury Academy in Vermont in 1910; at one time described as a Cape Cod author.
HOLYOAKE, (VIOLET?) NOEL. 1882(?)- .
HOME, BERNARD. Pseudonym of Bernard Henry Home Thomson, 1874-1953. (Correction.) Born in Bishopsthorpe, Yorkshire; died Bridport, Dorset; brother of Basil (Home) Thomson, 1861-1939, q.v.
HOME, FRANCIS. Correct to: HOME, FRANCES (ETHEL?). 1867(?)-1928(?).
HOMERSHAM, B(ASIL) H(ENRY). 1902-1975. Born in Bradford, Yorkshire; died in London.
HONEYMAN, E. L. Delete.
HONEYWELL, E. L. Pseudonym: Olin Stanley, q.v.
HOOD, EVELYN. 1936- . (Deleting death date.)
A Wake for Donald. (1-act play.)
HOOD, FRANCES A(RABELLA JONES). 1853-1920s.
HOOK, ALFRED SAMUEL. 1886-1963.
HOOPER, AL(AN K.) 1930- .
HOOPER, C(YRUS) LAURON. 1863-1946. Born in Rockport, Indiana; graduate of University of Indiana; publisher and typographer, and principal/superintendent of schools in Indiana; died in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
HOOPER, MRS. G. [JANE MARGARET WINNARD HOOPER]. ca.1818-1907.
-The House of Raby; or, Our Lady of Darkness. Add British edition, listing first: Chapman, 1856
HOOVER, EDWIN HUNT. 1887-1972.
HOPCROFT, GEORGE E(DWIN?). 1871(?)-1941(?). (Corrected entry.)
HOPE, ANDREE. Anne Jane Tennant Harvey, 1849(?)-1898.
HOPKINS, SEWARD W(ASHINGTON). 1864-1919.
HORAN, DON(ALD S.). 1926-1996.
HORN, (ALFRED JOHN) HOLLOWAY. 1886-1967.
HORNBY, IAN (R.)
Cold Blood. (3-act play.)
HORNE, ABBOT ETHELBERT [PERCY ETHELBERT HORNE]. 1858-1952. A Benedictine monk archaeologist; for more than 50 years parish priest of St. Benedict’s, Stratton-on-the Fosse, near Downside.
HORNIBROOK, J(OHN) LAURENCE. ca.1862-1936(?).
HORNSBY, WENDY (NELSON). SC: Maggie MacGowen (correction) = MM; Kate Teague = KT.
Half a Mind. Add SC KT
No Harm. Delete SC MM; add SC KT
HORSFIELD, H(ERBERT) KNIGHT. 1856-1932.
HORSMAN, JENNIFER. 1957- . (Correcting birth date.)
HORT, LIEUT.-COLONEL (RICHARD). 1804-1857.
HOSKEN, ALICE CECIL SEYMOUR. 1875-1935.
HOSKINS, BERTHA LADD. 1862-1940.
HOUCHEN, MRS. M(ARY) A.
-Castle Lacy; or, Family Portraits in Pen and Pencil. (Title correction.)
HOUGH, STAFFORD FRANK. 1889-1978. Born in West Derby, England; died in Penzance, Cornwall.
HOUGRON, JEAN. 1923-2000.
HOUK, L(EONIDAS?) C(AMPBELL?) VIOLETT. ca.1888- . Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, daughter of Tennessee congressman Leonidas Campbell Houk; married Herbert Seaton Frank in 1911; last traced living in Fishkill, New York (1930); known on the stage as Violet Houk..
HOWARD, LADY CONSTANCE (ELEANORA CAROLINE). 1848-1910. Born in London; author of stories and articles and six novels.
Countdown for Lisa. [Florida]
HOWARD-BURLEIGH, F(LORENCE SUSAN IRENE DOLORES). 1888- . Born in Orsett, Essex, England.
HOWE, ARTHUR A. (Show name thus.)
HOWE, MELODIE JOHNSON. 1933- . (Correcting birth date.)
HOWELL, DAVID. John (Stewart) Wynne, 1949- .
Murderer’s Wench. [Greece, Istanbul]
HRON, TOM [THOMAS G. HRON]. 1943- . Born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota; founder of an aviation company in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
HUBBARD, T(HOMAS) L(ESLIE) W(ALLAN). 1905-1978.
HUBBELL, LOIS W. 1950(?)- .
HUBBELL, NED. Lois W. Hubbell, 1950(?)- .
HUBER, BERTRAND. Pseudonym of Samuel Latham Mitchell Barlow, 1892-1982. Composer and pianist, born in New York City; first American composer to have an opera presented at the Opera-Comique in Paris; died in Philadelphia.
HUBNER, CHAYA KORB [CAROL KORB HUBNER]. 1943- . Living in Brooklyn.
HUDSON, HARRY LINDSAY. 1858-1926.
HUDSON, JAN(ECE OLIVER). 1937- . (Correction.)
HUDSON, JANECE OLIVER. See also: Jan Hudson. Delete reference to Janis Reams Hudson.
HUDSON, JANIS REAMS. 1951- . (Not a pseudonym.)
HUFFMAN, BOB, JR. [ROBERT JOSEPH HUFFMAN, JR.]. 1963- .
HUGHES, BEATRIX (ALBERTA?). 1865(?)- .
HUGHES, DENIS T(ALBOT). 1917-2008.
-A Twofold Silence. Arrowsmith, 1900
HUGHES, KEVIN. 1954- . An officer in the Dane County Sheriff’s Department in Wisconsin; later novels published under his own name.
HUGHES, M(ARTHA) E(LLEN). 1944- .
School Days. Add [academia]
HUGHES, WILLIAM THOMAS MAINWARING. 1893-1979. Born in London; died in Swansea, Wales.
HUGHES-HALLETT, FRANK VICTOR. 1872-1936.
HULSE, CHARLES G(ERALD). 1929- .
HULT, JONATHAN [JOHN NORTON HULT]. 1934- . (Correcting birth date.)
HUMANA, CHARLES. Joseph Jacobs, 1919- .
HUME, FERGUS(ON WRIGHT)
Lady Jezebel. (Note: First published as the sole content of the “Summer Number” of Household Words, 1897, so this is the actual first edition.)
HUME, ROBERT W(ILLIAM). 1816-1904. Born in London; died in Long Island City, New York; author and reformer, active in women’s suffrage movement in the U.S.
HUMPHREYS, JAMES. 1967- .
HUNT, R(OBERT) MARTIN. 1924-1985. Served 22 years in the Army; obtained degrees in Journalism and Interdisciplinary Studies from University of Oregon; served as Chairman of the Columbia Board of Commissioners in St. Helens, Oregon.
HUNT, (JOSEPH) WRAY (ANGUS). 1898-1976. Died in Bath, England.
HUNTER, CLEMENTINE. Helen Mary Keynes, 1892-1975. Born in Kensington, London; died in Surrey, England.
Salute to the Brave. Hutchinson, 1940 [England]
HUNTER, P(ETER) HAY
The Crime of Christmas Day. Add U.S. edition: Appleton pb, 1885
HUNTINGTON, JOHN. Gerald William Phillips, 1884-1956. Born in India; died in Surrey, England; Shakespearean scholar.
HURST, EDWARD H(ARRY). 1868-1907(?).
HURT, WALTER. 1876(?)-1928(?). Editor of the monthly journals “New Bohemian” and “Culturist” in Cincinnati; in 1906 he was in Girard, Kansas, where his book was published; in 1910 he published a biography of Eugene V. Debs.
HUSLIG, (DONNA) JO(AN). 1927-2006. Born in Enid, Oklahoma; died in Great Bend, Kansas.
HUTCHESON, MARIE. 1864(?)-1914(?). Pseudonym: Mallard Herbertson, q.v.
HUTCHINSON, FRANK(LIN ISAAC). 1887-1962. Born in Ireland; ordained in Australia in 1914 and first served as a priest there in Victoria; served some years in Barningham with Coney Weston, England; died in Wandsworth, London.
HUTCHINSON, M. F.
-Haunting Shadows; or, The House of Terror. [London]
HUTCHISON, WILLIAM. 1821-1905. Born in Scotland; editor of newspapers there and in Ireland; emigrated to New Zealand in 1865 and edited newspapers there; three times mayor of Wellington, New Zealand.
Shadow Jury. (Translation of “Les Jures de L’Ombre.” Paris 1985.)
Address Unknown. [England]
HYDE, AUSTIN. Possibly this was the Yorkshire playwright Francis Austin Hyde, 1889-1965.
The Killer on the Line. Correct publication date to: 1948
HYDE, MILES GOODYEAR. 1841-1929(?). Born in Cortland, New York; a physician.
HYDER, (FREDERICK) ALAN. 1895- .
HYMSON, ALLEN. Pseudonym of Alma Hymson, 1899-1995.
HYMSON, ALMA. 1899-1995. Born Alma Sylvia Jacobs in California. Pseudonym: Allen Hymson; see Theo Durrant.
Violence in the Night. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1959
IBBETSON, E(RNEST?) F(REDERICK ILFORD?). 1888(?)- .
IGGULDEN, JOHN (MANNERS). 1917-2010.
IKEGAMI, RYOICHI. 1944- .
ILE, TASMAN. Alan Palamountain, 1903-1991.
IMESON, W(ILLIAM) E(DWARD). 1861-1940.
INGOLDSBY, FRANCIS H(ENRY, JR.). 1933-2010.
INGRAHAM, JOSEPH HOLT. Add: died in Holly Springs, Mississippi.
-Gilded Spurs. (Adding the dash.) Add [1100s]
INGRAM, H(ENRY) LLOYD. 1907-1986. Birth name: Henry Ingram. Perhaps born in Lancashire, England; died in Blackpool.
INMAN, PHILI P (ALBERT). 1892-1979.
INNES, (ARTHUR) NORMAN. 1874-1953(?). Born in Croydon, London, England.
IRONS, ANNIE. Joint pseudonym of Anne Schuster, 1947- , and Shirley Pendlebury, 1946- .
IRONSIDE, JOHN. Euphemia Margaret Tait, 1866-1945.
IRVINE, E(MILY) MARIE. (Adding first name.)
IRVINE, HELEN (FLORENCE) DOUGLAS. 1880-1947.
-For This Cause. [Ireland] (Note: Author’s name is given as George Long on the cover but George Irving on the title page.)
IRWIN, DORIS (ETTY?). 1903(?)-1991(?). Pseudonym: Judy Irwin, q.v.
IRWIN, FRANCES. 1940(?)- . Living in Bristol, England. Birth name Frances M. Wilkins?
-The Winter Killing. [England, 1459-1461]
IRWIN, JUDY. Pseudonym of Doris (Etty?) Irwin, 1903(?)-1991(?), who lived in Witney, Oxfordshire.
IVERACH, (JOHN) ELDER. 1888- .
IYER, ANDREW. Lawyer in London.
J., R. C.
The Tragedy of Captain Harrison; or, The Brownlow Street Mystery. [London, 1692]
Inspector Ginkgo Tips His Hat to Sherlock Holmes. (Title correction.)
JACK, M. Add pseudonym: Pat Haynes, q.v.
JACKSON, DELMAR. See also: Sheppard Kerman, 1928-1991.
JACKSON, GIL. Correct to: JACKMAN, GIL. SC: Phillip Christie O’Brien, in “Sekunjalo” and subsequent novel(s).
JACKSON, H(AROLD) DEAN. 1932- . (Correcting birth date.)
Soho Pay Off. Show as pb
JACKSON, JACK. 1928- . (Combine the two Jack Jackson entries under this heading.)
Revenge of the Fox. [England, past]
The Ultimate Betrayal. United Writers (Penzance), 1997 [London, past]
JACKSON, ROBERT C(LINTON)
Malpractice. Virtualbookworm, 1999
JACKSON, WALLACE. William John Budd, 1896-1960.
JACKSON, WILFRID S(CARBOROUGH). 1871-1940. Born in Leeds, England; died in Worthing, Sussex.
JACOBS, JOSEPH, 1919- .
JACOBS, WILL, 1955- , and GERARD JONES, 1957- , q.v.
Apache Dick. Malibu Graphics pb, 1990 (Graphic novel.)
JAFFE, SUSANNE (A.). 1945- .
JALES, RONALD HARRY W. 1924-1979. Pseudonym: Mark Hayman, q.v.
JAMES, BARBARA (ETHEL) [BARBARA ETHEL JAMES MACKAY].
The Mystery of the Boxing Contest. NSW Bookstall, 1910
JAMES, BRENI [BRENI JAMES PEVEHOUSE]. 1921-1984.
JAMES, BRODY. Brody James Wargo, 1960- .
JAMES, CHARLES T(HOMAS) C(LEMENT). 1859-1905. (Deleting question mark.)
JAMES, DEL. Pseudonym of Adalberto James Miranda, 1964- .
JAMES, DONALD. Donald James Wheal, 1931-2008.
JAMES, ELLEN BILES. 1877-1968. Born in Hawkeye, Iowa; died in Los Angeles; once president of the James School of Dramatic Art, Chicago.
JAMES, HARRISON. James H. Rusk, Jr., 1925-2003.
Black Abductor. [San Francisco, academia]
JAMES, JOHN WYNFORD GEORGE. 1911-1990.
Target the Death-Dealer. [Spain]
JAMES, THOMAS P(OWER). 1829(?)-1900(?).
JAMES, (CARADOG) VAUGHAN. 1925-2009.
The Perfect Murder. French, 2001 (Play based on the ss by Jeffrey Archer, 1940- , q.v.)
JANSEN, JOANNA FREDERIKA. Born in Holland; came to Montreal with her parents; graduate of University of Toronto and a practicing lawyer in Toronto; lived in Newmarket, Ontario.
JANSSON, ROBERT (EDWARD WALROOS.). 1936-2011. Born in London, England; had B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in chemistry from the University of London; taught at the University of Southampton; spent 18 years in research and management at Monsanto in St. Louis, Missouri. SC: Professor Stuart Warlock, in both titles.
JARVIS, (CLAUDE) SCUDAMORE. 1879-1953.
JASON, PAUL. Pseudonym of Paul Josefowitz, 1945- . Jeffrey Sager is the pseudonym of Jeffrey F. Sagansky, 1952- .
JAY, WILLA. William Joseph Johnston, 1924-2010.
JEBB, BERTA. 1842(?)-1921(?).
JEFFERSON, PAUL. Pseudonym of Henry Kane, 1918- , q.v. Other pseudonyms: Anthony McCall, Kenneth R. McKay, Mario J. Sagola, qq.v.
JENKINS, GEORGE B(RIGGS, JR.). 1890-1929.
JENKINS, REBECCA. 1961- .
JENKINSON, ARTHUR. 1848-1920. Minister in the Church of Scotland, in the parish of Mellan, on the Clyde.
JENKINSON, E(DWARD) J(AMES). 1895-1977. Born in Workington, England; died in Los Angeles; a minister and author of religious books.
JENSEN, J(AY) ARTHUR. 1953- . (Adding first name, correcting birth date.)
JENSEN, MARGARET M(ARY)
The House with the Iron Door. [California]
JENSEN, RUBY JEAN. 1927-2010.
An Odour of Decay. [England]
The Village of Fear. [England]
JEPHSON, R(ICHARD) MOUNTENEY. 1842-1906.
JERMAIN, SYLVANUS P(IERSON?). 1859-1935.
JEROME, HELEN [HELENE URSULA BRUTON JEROME DE BECK ALI]. 1879-1966. Born in Sydney, Australia; died in Windsor, Berkshire, England.
JERROLD, IANTHE [IANTHE BRIDGMAN JERROLD MENGES]. 1897-1977.
JESSOP, GEORGE H(ENRY). ca.1851-1915.
The Young Don’t Cry. Show Red Seal edition as pb
JEZL, JAMES L(OUIS). (Note: Jezl apparently wrote several other novels featuring the same character, Dr. Joe Jennings, a small town veterinarian, but no publication of such titles as “Grote’s Bull” and ”The Parson’s Kittens” has been traced.)
High Hay. [Illinois]
JOHN, ANTHONY. John S. Littell, 1946(?)- .
JOHN, KATHERINE (GOWER). 1906-1984. (Deleting question mark.) Born in the Shetland Islands; died in Hampshire, England.
JOHN, ROMILLY. 1906-1986. (Deleting question mark.) Katherine (Gower) John, 1906-1984. (Deleting question mark.)
JOHNS, ALLAN. Was living in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
The Silent War. Hale, 1981
JOHNSON, B. B. Pseudonym of Joe Greene.
Ghost Road. [Arizona]
JOHNSON, D(ON) E.
The Martinique Diversion. [WWII]
JOHNSON, DAN(IEL?) (P.?). 1950(?)- .
JOHNSON, DOLORES (JEAN). 1931-2010.
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH [ELIZABETH FLOURNAY JOHNSON MARIANI]. 1881-1936. Born in Indiana, died in Brooklyn.
The Game of the Golden Ball, with Adrian Johnson. [London]
JOHNSON, (MRS.) F(LORILLA BARRETT). 1843-1898. Born in New York; publisher of a Burlington, Vermont, newspaper (“The Earth”) with her husband, Eli B. Johnson,
Conjurer’s Tales. Munro’s (London), 1910 (Show title and publisher thus.)
JOHNSON, GEORGE CLAYTON. JACK GOLDEN RUSSELL, 1925(?)- .
What Befell a Bristol Trader. [ship, 1700s]
JOHNSON, JOHN A(LLEN). 1933- .
JOHNSON, KEN(NEETH RAYNER). 1942- .
JOHNSON, PAUL (C.). 1935-2006. SC: Casey Jones, in Killing the Blues and a subsequent novel.
JOHNSON, ROBERT. Correct to: JOHNSTON, ROBERT
The Peril of an Empire. [London]
JOHNSON, SANDY. 1934- . (Author of The CUPPI, etc.)
Sweet Joan Doe. (Title correction.)
JOHNSTON, DONALD (ALLERTON, JR.). Born and raised in Detroit, graduate of University of Michigan; served as a Navy Reserve officer in WWII; worked for 40 years in the insurance business; a sailing enthusiast.
The Echoes of L’Arbre Croche. (Title correction.)
JOHNSTON, FRANK (NORMAN HOWARD). 1900-1976. Born in Wolverhampton, England; died in Eastbourne, East Sussex.
JOHNSTON, J(OHN) M. 1937- .
Biting the Wall. Add [Maryland]
JOHNSTON, MYRTLE. 1909-1955 (or possibly 1909-1958, from another source).
JOHNSTON, RAYMOND R. CAREW. 1851- .
JOHNSTON, WILLIAM JOSEPH. 1924-2010.
Cannes. [Cannes, 1997]
JOHNSTONE, W. C. All titles are 24 pages and in the mysterious “Q” detective series.
House Without a Number. Taylor (Brooklyn), 1911
Mystery of the Purple “Q.” Taylor (Brooklyn), 1911
Strange Case of Dr. Strohm. Taylor (Brooklyn), 1911
JONES, C(HARLES?) DAVENPORT. ca.1843(?)-1908(?). (The Charles Davenport Jones with these dates was a solicitor and coroner in Hastings, England, where he died.)
JONES, CHERRY CALVERT
-Proud Cis. Hale, 1980 [England, 1400s]
JONES, DANIEL H. ca.1962- . Lawyer in Houston, Texas.
JONES, GERARD. 1957- . See also: Will Jacobs, 1955- .
JOSEFOWITZ, PAUL. 1945- . Pseudonym: Paul Jason, q.v.
KANE, HENRY. Add pseudonym: Paul Jefferson, q.v.
Thieves Fall Out. Correct publication date of Red Seal pb edition to 1956.
Flight by Night. Show Red Seal edition as pb
KELLEHER, VICTOR (MICHAEL KITCHENER). Born in London; traveled in Africa for 20 years, 1954-1974; moved to New Zealand and began writing there; living in Sydney, Australia.
KELLEY, MARTHA MOTT. Correct to: KELLY, MARTHA MOTT, 1906-2005.
KELLY, BILL. Add: also a card shop owner in New York City.
KELSEY, FRANKLYN. 1891- . Born in Hartlepool, England; educated at Ushaw College and in Belgium; went to Canada in 1910 and was farmer, cowboy, hunter, trapper, miner, engineer, and singer; served with Canadians in WWI; then took up singing in England; wrote over 70 plays for BBC radio and acted in radio drama.
The Beggarmaster. Harrap, 1940 [England]
Corpse Guards Parade. (Title correction.)
KERMAN, SHEPPARD. 1928-1991.
The Cut of the Ax. French (New York City), 1961 (Play based on the novel by Delmar Jackson, 1921-1995(?).)
KETCHAM, HELEN SCHMID. 1925-1989.
KEYNES, HELEN MARY. 1892-1975.
Come Murder Me. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1958
KIRTON, BILL. SC: Chief Inspector Jack Carston (adding first name).
Material Evidence. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2007
Rough Justice. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2008
LACROIX, RAMON. Add pseudonym: Pat Haynes, q.v.
LANDON, LOUISE. Add pseudonym: Darby Hauck, q.v.
The Face in the Mirror. French (New York City), 1937 (1-act play.)
LANGBEHN, (CECIL) THEO(DOR H. W.). 1909-1974.
Dead Orchid. [London]
A Wreath for Miss Wong. [Hong Kong]
A Wreath from Bangkok. [Thailand]
A Wreath of Poppies. [Hong Kong]
LECKIE, PETER MARTIN. 1890- . Pseudonym: Peter Martin, q.v.
LEE, ALBERT. 1858-1935.
The Gentleman Pensioner. Pearson, 1900; Appleton, 1900 [England, 1569]
LEFFINGWELL, ALBERT (FEAR). Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts; owner of an advertising agency.
LEHNER, ADOLPH PHILIP. 1895-1974. Born and died in Oconto Falls, Wisconsin; lawyer and prize winning dairy farmer.
LEITFRED, ROBERT H(ENRY). Born in Syracuse, New York; died in Laguna Beach, California.
LE MAY, ALAN (BROWN). Born in Indianapolis, Indiana; died in Los Angeles.
LENTON, ANTHONY. Anthony (Frank) Nuttall, 1945- . (Show name thus.)
LEONARD, A. B. Earl Augustus Aldrich, 1886-1967.
LESLIE, PETER (MEYRICK JOHNSTON)
-The Bastard Brigade. Add U.S. edition: Pyramid, 1972
LIDDON, E. S. Pseudonym of Eloise Liddon Soper, 1897- . Born in Gordon, Alabama, and graduated from Huntingdon College; lived in New York.
LINDSAY, DAVID. 1876-1945.
The Adventures of Monsieur de Mailly. Melrose, 1926. U.S. title: A Blade for Sale. McBride, 1927 (Entry moved from David T. Lindsay, and U.S. publication date corrected.)
LINDSAY, DAVID T.
-Air Bandits. Correct publisher to: Hamilton
LINDSAY, HARRY. Harry Lindsay Hudson, 1858-1926.
LINNEY, ROMULUS (ZACHARIAH). 1930-2011.
LINTON, E(LIZABETH) L(YNN). Add: Born in Keswick, Cumbria, England; died in London.
LITCHFIELD, MICHAEL (H.). 1939- . (Correcting birth date.) Born in Kettering, England.
Murder Circus. [England]
Nailed! SC: Supt. Fergus McQueen [England]
See How They Run. [England]
LITTELL, JOHN S. 1946(?)- .
Tales of a Grandfather in the Law. Knox (Durban, South Africa). (Correcting place of publication.)
McCALL, ANTHONY. Add pseudonym: Paul Jefferson, q.v.
Star Struck. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2006
-Lanchester of Brazenose. Murray, 1913; Lane (New York City), 1913
Homicide Hussy. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1957
McKAY, KENNETH R. Add pseudonym: Paul Jefferson, q.v.
MACKAYE, DOROTHY D(ISNEY?). 1903-1992. Pseudonym: Dorothy Cameron Disney, q.v.
McKEAG, ERNEST L(IONEL). Add pseudonym: Pat Haynes, q.v.
MacKELLAR, CAMPBELL (D.?). ca.1859(?)-1925(?).
MacKENZIE, (ANTHONY EDWARD MONTAGU) COMPTON
-The Early Life and Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett. Secker, 1918; Harper, 1918 [England]
I’ll See You in Hell. Show Red Seal edition as pb
The Wild Party. Show Red Seal edition as pb
MacROSS, ROSS. Add James Reach pseudonym: John Hershey, q.v.
MADDEN, (WINIFRED) ANNE WAKEFIELD. 1922-2005. (Deleting question mark, adding first name.) Born in Edmonton, London, England; died in Harrow, London.
MAGRILL, DR. DAVID SAMUEL. Pseudonym: David Dalheath, q.v.
MAISEL, DR. ERIC RICHARD. 1947- . Pseudonym: R. S. Silverman, q.v. See also: Jeffrey Feinman, 1943- .
The Burning Ground. Add U.S. edition: Bloody Brits pb, 2007
MALCOM, GRANT. Denis T(albot) Hughes, 1917-2008.
Blood Money. [England]
The Nicholas Snatch. [England]
Write Off. [England]
MANNING, HILDA. Add pseudonym: John Hershey, q.v.
MANNINGHAM, BASIL. B(asil) H(enry) Homersham, 1902-1975.
MANSO, KWABENA. 1970- . Pseudonym: Q, q.v.
The Snatch. [New York City]
French for Murder. Correct publication date of Red Seal pb edition to 1956
MARIO, QUEENA. Pseudonym/stage name of Queena Marion Tillotson, 1896-1951, once married to (in 1925) and divorced from (in 1936) orchestra conductor Wilfrid Pelletier.
MARK, TED. SC: Jonathan Relevant = JR; Steve Victor = SV. All titles are sex-obsessed spy paperback tales.
Around the World Is Not a Trip. Dell, 1973 SV
Back Home at the O.R.G.Y. Berkley, 1968 SV
Beauty and the Bug. Dell, 1975 SV
Come Be My O.R.G.Y. Berkley, 1971 SV
Dial O for O.R.G.Y. Dell, 1973 SV
Dr. Nyet. Lancer, 1966 SV
A Hard Day’s Knight. Lancer, 1966 SV
Here’s Your O.R.G.Y. Berkley, 1969 SV
The Man from Charisma. Dell, 1970 JR
The Man from O.R.G.Y. Lancer, 1965 SV
My Son, the Double Agent. Lancer 1966 SV
The Nine Month Caper. Lancer, 1965 SV
The Real Gone Girls. Lancer, 1966 SV
Right On, Relevant. Dell, 1971 JR
Rip It Off, Relevant. Dell, 1971 JR
Room at the Topless. Lancer, 1967 SV
A Stroke of Genius. SV
Thy Neighbor’s O.R.G.Y. Zebra, 1981 SV
The Tight End. Zebra, 1981 SV
The Unhatched Egghead. Lancer, 1966 SV
Women Without Men. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Runaway Black. Show Red Seal edition as pb
MARTIN, PETER. Pseudonym of Peter Martin Leckie, 1890- .
-Eastern Slave. Hutchinson, 1931 [Far East]
And Two Shall Meet. Show Red Seal edition as pb
MAULE, (MOLLIE) DONOVAN
Deadline 12.30. (Show title thus.)
MEIGS, HENRY. Francis H(enry) Ingoldsby (Jr.), 1933-2010.
MESERVEY, RUSS(ELL CLARE)
Masquerade Into Madness. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Year of the Gun. (Show title thus.)
The Big Guy. Show Red Seal edition as pb
A Gun in His Hand. Show Red Seal edition as pb
South of the Sun. Correct publication date of Red Seal pb edition to 1956
MILLS, ROBERT SCOURFIELD, aka ARTHUR OWEN VAUGHAN. 1863-1919. (Show entry thus.)
MIRANDA, ADALBERTO JAMES. 1964- .
The Goldfish Murders. Show Red Seal edition as pb
MONTROSE, DAVID. Charles Ross Graham, 1920-1968. Born in New Brunswick, Canada; educated at Dalhousie, came to Montreal in 1941; served in the Canadian Army Operational Research in WWII; obtained a master’s degree in economics from Harvard; a university lecturer.
MOORE, FREDERICK FERDINAND. 1877-1947.
MORGAN, BRYAN (STANFORD)
The Business at Blanche Capel. Also published as: Fever of Treason. Corgi pb, 1956
Fever of Treason; see The Business at Blanche Capel
MORSE, ANNE CHRISTENSEN. 1915-1968. (Correcting maiden name spelling.)
MORUM, WILLIAM. Started writing with William Dinner after Morum was invalided out of the army during WWII.
MOUNTENEY-JEPHSON, R(ICHARD). 1842-1906.
MUNROE, KIRK. 1850-1930.
The Fur Seal’s Tooth. Harper, 1894 [Alaska]
MURRAY, LIEUTENANT M. M. Correct to: MURRAY, LIEUTENANT
Fanny Campbell, the Female Pirate Captain. Gleason pb (Boston), 1845 [ship, 1770s]
Red Rupert, the American Bucanier (sic). Gleason’s pb (Boston), 1845
Twilight at Dawn. Delete (not criminous)
MYNTON, HENRY. Francis H(enry) Ingoldsby (Jr.), 1933-2010.
Dead Woman’s Ditch. [England]
NEVILLE, DEREK. 1911-1976.
NICHOLAS, JEROME. SC: Sir Archie Blount, Alison Rayner, John Blair = B&R&B.
Salute to Tomorrow. B&R&B [WWII, Germany, London, Ireland]
The Widow’s Peak. B&R&B [WWII, England] (Delete SC Bill Anstruther.)
Dolly. Also published as: One by One. Arco, 1951 [L.A., Las Vegas]
One by One; see Dolly
NORHAM, GERALD. Pseudonym of John Wynford George James, 1911-1990. Born and died in Wales.
NORMAN, DIANE. 1933-2011.
NORMAN, DONALD H. Don(ald S.) Horan, 1926-1996.
NORMAN, HILARY. 1949- .
NORTON, FRANK H(ENRY). 1836-1921. Born in Hingham, Massachusetts; a journalist.
The Malachite Cross. Cleveland pb (New York City), 1894 [Paris, New York City]
NUTTALL, ANTHONY (FRANK). 1945- . (Show name thus.)
The Hungry Killer. [Naples]
O’CONNOR, MICHAEL P(ATRICK). 1896-1967. Born in Loughrea, County Galway, Ireland; doctor, author and broadcaster; graduate in medicine from University College, Dublin; served in Colonial Medical Service in Malaya, Singapore and Borneo; interned by the Japanese during WWII; returned to Ireland after the war.
The Lady in Grey. [Paris]
OLIPHANT, MRS. (MARGARET OLIPHANT WILSON)
The Unjust Steward; or, The Minister’s Debt. Chambers, 1896; Kessinger, 2008
O’NEILL, GILDA. 1951-2010.
OSBORN, STANLEY R. 1876-1946. A journalist, born in Nebraska.
-Red Hair, Blue Sea. Scribner, 1925 [South Pacific]
O’SULLIVAN, J(AMES) B(RENDAN)
Guilt Edged. [U.S.]
-5:45 to Suburbia. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Look Back in Love. Show Red Seal edition as pb
The Twisted Ones. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Whisper His Sin. Show Red Seal edition as pb
PALAMOUNTAIN, ALAN. 1903-1991.
PANTING, J(AMES) HARWOOD. 1854-1923. Died in Norbury, Surrey. (Corrections.) Fleet Street columnist and journalist.
PATRICK, Q. Martha Mott Kelly, 1906-2005. (Correction, addition of dates.)
PAUL, F. W. SC: Bret Steele, the Man from S.T.U.D. = BS, in a sex-obsessed spy/investigator paperback series published by Lancer.
The Girl with the Polka-Dot Box. 1969 BS
King on Queen. BS
The Lay of the Land. 1969 BS
The Orgy at Madame Dracula’s. 1968 BS
The Planned Parenthood Caper. 1969 BS
Rape Is a No-No. 1969 BS
Sock It to Me, Zombie. 1968 BS
The Solid Gold Screw. 1968 BS
Three for an Orgy. 1968 BS
Tool of the Trade. 1969 BS
PEACOCKE, ISABEL MAUD [INEZ ISABEL MAUD PEACOCKE CLUETT]. 1881-1973. Born in Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand; appointed 1906 as the first and initially sole teacher at Dilworth Ulster Institute for disadvantaged boys; published 25 children’s novels beginning in 1915, as well as 16 adult novels.
The House at Journey’s End. Ward, Lock, 1925 [New Zealand]
Victims. Show publication date of Trident edition as: 1972
PEARSON, D(AVID) A. G. ca.1898-1938.
A Dark Enchantment; see The Guilty Secret
The Guilty Secret. Also published as: A Dark Enchantment. Severn, 2001
Tell Me No Secrets. Delete (correctly listed under pseudonym Maggie Hudson)
Vengeance in the Sun. Also published as: Villa D’Este. Severn, 1995
Villa D’Este; see Vengeance in the Sun
The Iron Pirate. Correct Rand, 1896 to: Cassell (New York City), 1894
PENDLEBURY, SHIRLEY. 1946- . Joint pseudonym with Anne Schuster, 1947- : Annie Irons, q.v.
-The Vagabond. Mackie (London), 1895
PEREIRA, MICHAEL (NICHOLAS O’DONNELL)
Equal Antagonisms. [England]
PHEGLEY, ANNA MARIE. 1941- . (Correcting birth date.)
PHILLIPS, GERALD WILLIAM. 1884-1956.
-Verity. Arnold, 1900 [England]
PIERSON, SYLVANUS. Sylvanus P(ierson?) Jermain, 1859-1935.
PIPER, PETER. (Cecil) Theo(dor H. W.) Langbehn, 1909-1974.
POLLARD, MRS. A. D. Pseudonym: John Pomeroy, q.v.
POMEROY, JOHN. Pseudonym of Mrs. A. D. Pollard.
PORTER, CHARLES. Kevin Hughes, 1954- .
PORTWAY, CHRISTOPHER (JOHN). 1923-2009. SC: Henry Tabard (giving name in full).
All Exits Barred. [Europe]
Lost Vengeance. [Russia] (No series character.)
POTTER, MARGARET. Pseudonym of Olive Gwendoline Potter, 1895-1988. Studied medicine at The London Hospital Medical College just after WWI; practiced as a doctor in Surrey; wrote children’s books under the pseudonym Josephine Elder.
POTTER, OLIVE GWENDOLINE. 1895-1988. Pseudonym: Margaret Potter, q.v.
-An Ordeal of Honor. McBride (New York City), 1922
PUNSHON, E(RNEST) R(OBERTSON). Pseudonym: Robertson Halkett, q.v. (Correcting last name spelling of pseudonym.)
Q. Pseudonym of Kwabena Manso, 1970- .
Deadmeat. Film: Deadmeat Productions, 2007 (scw & dir: Q)
RADFORD, RUBY L(ORRAINE)
Crime and Judy. [Georgia]
RAM, REVEREND STOPFORD JAMES. 1826-1881. Pseudonym: Ruth Vernon.
Unseen Hands. (Bath, England), 1852; Hawley (Cincinnati), 1863, as by Ruth Vernon ss: The Bank Notes; or, The Story of an Old Gown \ Eustace Corrie; or, The Somnambulist \ Lilian; or, Sketches from Life \ Live for Something; or, The Brother’s Choice \ The Railroad Inn; or, ”The Lost One Found” \ The Unknown Prisoner
RAND, JOHN. Add pseudonym: John Hershey, q.v.
RAND, LOU. Lou Rand Hogan, ca.1900-1975.
REACH, JAMES. Add pseudonym: John Hershey, q.v.
Matters of Suspense. Short film based on ss Loopy: U.S., 2004 (scw: Ben Odell, Seth Michael Donsky; dir: Donsky)
Constable on the Prowl. Correct publication date to: 1980
RHOSCOMYL, OWEN. Pseudonym of Robert Scourfield Mills, 1863-1919, aka Arthur Owen Vaughan. (Show entry thus.)
The Lady of Castell March; see The Shrouded Face
The Shrouded Face. U.S. title: The Lady of Castell March. Doubleday, 1898
Corpse on the Town. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1960
Gang Rumble. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1960
Point of Peril. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1960
Say It with Murder. Show Red Seal edition as pb
RONZONE, BENJAMIN ANTHONY. 1848-1927.
ROOK, TONY [ANTHONY G. ROOK].
A Gun in His Hand. Show Red Seal edition as pb
ROSENBERGER, MARSHA. 1947- . Pseudonym: C. D. Wilde, q.v.
The Scaffold. [England]
ROSS, CHARLES H(ENRY). 1835-1897. (Correcting birth date.) See also: Frank Wyatt.
RUSK, JAMES H., JR. 1925-2003.
RUSSELL, JACK GOLDEN. 1925(?)- .
RUSSELL, NORMAN. 1934- . (Correcting birth date for author of “The Dark Kingdom,” etc..) Born in Whiston, Lancashire, England; has lived most of his life in Liverpool.
SAGANSKY, JEFFREY F. 1952- . Pseudonym: Jeffrey Sager; see Paul Jason.
SAGER, JEFFREY. Pseudonym of Jeffrey F. Sagansky, 1952- .
SAGOLA, MARIO J. Add pseudonym: Paul Jefferson, q.v.
ST. CLAIR, JEANANNE. Kenneth Wayne Hassler, 1932-1999. (Correction.)
SALT, JONATHAN. Derek Neville, 1911-1976. May have been born Ronald Green, became Ronald D(erek) Green, and then Derek Neville.
SALT, SARAH. Coralie Jeyes Von Werner Hobson, 1891-1946. Born in Chichester, England; died in Pancras, London.
SANDBERG, PETER LARS
Gabe’s Fall and other climbing stories. Birchfield (New Hampshire); Diadem (London), 1990 ss (at least that marked * is criminous): *B-Tower West Wall \ Calloway’s Climb \ The Devil’s Thumb \ Gabe’s Fall \ Hawsmoot \ The Old Bull Moose of the Woods \ The Rhyme of Lancelot
The Killer Microbes. [Balkans]
A Smile Through the Tears. [London]
SCANLON, NOEL. An Irishman; wrote short stories in the 1950s for literary magazines; worked in the banking industry in India and the Middle East for 17 years, then returned to Keel, Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland.
SCHECHTER, HAROLD (GEORGE). (Adding middle name.)
SCHMELZER, ROBERT HENRY. 1915- . Pseudonym: Robert Henry, q.v.
SCHMIDT, HILARY.1951- . Pseudonym: Hilary Hawke, q.v.
SCHUSTER, ANNE. 1947- . Joint pseudonym with Shirley Pendlebury, 1946- : Annie Irons, q.v.
The Obsessed. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1959
SCOTT, JAMES L.
Stronghold. Hale, 1937
SELMAN, ELSIE EMILY. 1919-1980. Birth name: Elsie Emily Taylor. Died in Bristol, England.
SEVILLE, MARJORIE. 1894- . Born in Helston, Cornwall; attended Girton College, Oxford; librarian, Surrey County Library and Leicestershire County Library, then cataloguer and braillist, National Library for the Blind from 1936.
-The Fear and the Guilt. [Kentucky]
SHELLEY, FRANCES. See: Frances Shelley Wees, 1902-1982.
SHERIE, FENN. 1896-1944. (Correcting death date.) Died in Henley-on-Thames.
SHERMAN, JORY (TECUMSEH)
Chill. Also published as: Chill #2: The Sepulchre. Hardshell pb, 2004
Chill #2: The Sepulchre; see Chill
Vegas Vampire. [Las Vegas]
SILVERMAN, ROBERT S. Correct to: SILVERMAN, R. S. Pseudonym of Dr. Eric Richard Maisel, 1947- . Author, family and marriage therapist, and creativity coach. See also: Jeffrey Feinman, 1943- .
The Kingston Papers. [Washington D.C.]
A Curious Case. Digby, 1891
Arrangement for Murder. [England]
Dead Reckoning. [England]
Death on Display. [England]
A Frame for Murder. [London]
The Houseboat Killings. [England]
The Killing Chase. [London]
Silver and Death. [England]
Taxed to Death. [London]
The Veil of Death. [London]
The Crimson Swastika. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2011, as Dope and Swastikas, also containing The Dope Dealer, q.v.
The Dope Dealer. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2011, as Dope and Swastikas, also containing The Crimson Swastika, q.v.
SOPER, ELOISE LIDDON. 1897- . Pseudonym: E. S. Liddon, q.v.
SPENSER, JAMES. Francis Harold Guest, 1905-1983. (Correcting birth date.)
-The Awkward Marine. Delete (not crime fiction)
STAFFORD, FRANK. Stafford Frank Hough, 1889-1978.
STALLWOOD, (MAUREEN) VERONICA. 1939- .
The Rainbow Sign. [Beirut]
STANFORD, DON(ALD KENT)
The Slaughtered Lovelies. Show Red Seal edition as pb
STANLEY, OLIN. Pseudonym of E. L. Honeywell.
STANTON, CORALIE. Alice Cecil Seymour Hosken, 1875-1935.
Secret Lives. Jenkins, 1936
STEEMAN, (STANISLAS) ANDRE. Born in Liege, Belgium; journalist, illustrator and author.
STEINLY, NANCY HERBERT OWEN. 1908-1988. Pseudonym: Nan Herbert, q.v.
STEVENSON, FERDINAN BACKER “NANCY”. (Show name thus.)
STEVENSON, GEORGE. 1875- .
-Topham’s Folly. Lane (London & New York City), 1913
STONE, GEORGE. Has Ph.D. from University of Colorado; was associate professor and director of graduate studies at School of Geology and Geophysics, University of Oklahoma; now teaches courses on climate change at Milwaukee Area Technical College.
SWANSON, DONALD (ANDREW). 1920- . Born in London.
Highveld, Lowveld and Jungle. Central News Agency (South Africa), ca.1956 ss: Congo Crack-Up \ Drought \ Murder in the Game Reserve
Murder in the Game Reserve. Delete as separate book title
SYED, KAREN L. 1967- . Pseudonyms: Alexis Hart, Karen L. Williams, qq.v.
SYMONS, MAURICE (ALBERT). 1904-ca.1969. Brother of (Gustave) Julian Symons, 1912-1994, q.v.
TAIT, EUPHEMIA MARGARET. 1866-1945.
TALBOT, CARL. Charles Hammond Hipkins, 1893-1952. Born in Tipton, Staffordshire, England; died in Hackney, London.
TARRANT, NOELINE. 1924- . Probably born in New Zealand.
TASKER, STEPHEN. Delete entry (listed book is not criminous).
-The Croxton Witch. (Adding the dash.)
TATTERSALL, IVAN. Ivan Tattersall Hodgkinson, 1891-1931.
TAUNTON, H(ARALD) R(OBY)
The Second Wager. [France]
TAYLOR, ROBERT W(ILLIAM)
The Glitter and the Greed. Gold Medal pb, 1955; Red Seal pb, 1957
THOMSEN, FRIEDA. Add pseudonym: Rod Gray, q.v.
THOMSON, BERNARD HENRY HOME. 1874-1953. Pseudonym: Bernard Home, q.v.
TIDDEMAN, L(IZZIE) E(LLEN). 1849-1937. Born and died in London.
Dr. Rollison’s Dilemma. Simpkin, 1890
TILLOTSON, QUEENA MARION [QUEENA MARION TILLOTSON PELLETIER]. 1896-1951. Pseudonym/stage name: Queena Mario, q.v.
TOMS, BERNARD (WILLIAM). 1931-1990.
TRACEY, GRANT. Anthony (Frank) Nuttall, 1945- . (Show name thus.)
TRASK, (HENRY) KEITH. 1879-1944.
TRENT, LEE. Anthony (Frank) Nuttall, 1945- . (Show name thus.)
-Orley Farm. Chapman, 1862; Harper, 1862
TWIST, PETE. Chester P. Hewitt. (Adding first name.) 1923(?)-1980(?).
UPSHALL, HELEN (RUBY). 1926- . Born Helen Ruby Beaumont in Bournemouth.
-Won by Honour. Digby, 1891
VANDERPUIJE, NII A(KRAMPAHENE). Show name thus, with corrected spelling of middle name.
VANE, ROLAND. Add pseudonym: Pat Haynes, q.v.
VAUGHAN, ARTHUR OWEN. Apparent alternate name of Robert Scourfield Mills, 1863-1919. Pseudonym: Owen Rhoscomyl, q.v.
VENTERS, ARCHIE. 1933-1997. Born in Glasgow; public relations officer with the Royal Navy; newspaperman and feature writer, latterly with the Ayrshire Post (for 19 years); died in Ayr.
VERNON, RUTH. Pseudonym of Reverend Stopford James Ram, 1826-1881, q.v.
Unseen Hands; delete here (moved to Ram entry).
W., V. D.
-Envy, Hatred and Malice. Digby, 1891
WALES, GEORGE A. Delete entry (listed book is a western).
WALKER, CHRISTINE. Pseudonym: Andrea Hill, q.v.
WALKER, C(LARENCE) FRANCIS FORESTIER. Delete here; moved to FORESTIER-WALKER, C(LARENCE) FRANCIS
WALLACE, (RICHARD HORATIO) EDGAR
Winning Colours: Selected Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace. (Corrected title.) (Note: The Lord Derby stories are non-fiction.)
WALSH, J(AMES) M(ORGAN)
-The Lost Valley. Add U.S. edition: Wildside pb, 2007
WARD, MRS. HUMPHRY
-The Story of Bessie Costrell. Smith, Elder, 1895; Macmillan (New York City), 1895 [England]
WARGO, BRODY JAMES. 1960- .
WARING, MAIN. William Thomas Mainwaring Hughes, 1893-1979.
WASHINGTON-METCALFE, THOMAS. 1884- .
-One Night in Santa Anna. Cassell, 1931
WATKINS, RON(ALD BADEN). 1930-2011. SC: Tom Tilling (correction).
WATSON, LEWIS H(ARRISON). 1842-1912. Probably born in Bangor, Maine; a physician in Chicago.
WEBB, ROSS. SC: Nakomis “Nookie” Narducci, in both titles.
Get Nookie. Manor, 1975 [New York City]
Meet Nookie. Manor, 1975 [New York City]
WEEKES, A(GNES) R(USSELL). Born in Rochester, Kent, England; died in Slindon, Sussex; sister of R(ose) K(irkpatrick) Weekes, 1874-1956, q.v.
WEES, FRANCES SHELLEY
Faceless Enemy. Show Cassell edition published as by Frances Shelley
This Unnecessary Murder. Correct to: This Necessary Murder. [Toronto]
WELLS, EDGAR H(ORSEY?). 1862(?)-1947(?).
Saved by a Looking-Glass. Digby, 1890 [ship, Melbourne]
WHITAKER, BERYL SALUSBURY. Born Beryl Salusbury Colman, married John Wilson in 1936, then Edward Levy in 1946, and finally Gerald Whitaker in 1955.
The Snatchers. Show Red Seal edition as pb
WHITEHEAD, BARBARA (MAUDE). Pseudonym: Rosa Hill, q.v.
WHITSON, JOHN H(ARVEY). 1854-1936.
-The Rainbow Chasers. Little (Boston), 1904 [Arkansas]
WHITTEN, LESLIE H(UNTER)
Moon of the Wolf. Add 
WHITTINGTON, HARRY (BENJAMIN)
Brute in Brass. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Fires That Destroy. Add British edition: Red Seal pb, 1956
A Woman on the Place. Show Red Seal edition as pb
You’ll Die Next. Show Red Seal edition as pb
WILD, RICHARD HOLT. 1917-2005. Pseudonym: Richard Holt, q.v.
WILDE, C. D. Pseudonym of Marsha Rosenberger, 1947- .
The Super. Belmont, 1970 [New York City]
Go Home Stranger. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Hell Hath No Fury. Show Red Seal edition as pb
Hill Girl. Show Red Seal edition as pb
WILLIAMS, KAREN L. Pseudonym of Karen L. Syed, 1967- . Other pseudonym: Alexis Hart, q.v.
Out of the Night, with Harold Hutchinson. [Maine]
WILLIAMS, PETE. Add pseudonym: John Hershey, q.v.
WILLS, (MAITLAND) CECIL M(ELVILLE)
The Clue of the Lost Hour. [France]
The Hunting of Hilary, as by E. Winch. (Correcting the byline.) [England]
-The Mountain of Gold. Hurst, 1928, as by E. Winch (Correcting the byline.)
WINCH, EDGAR. Pseudonym of Marie Elspeth Agnes Winch, 1895-1939. Other pseudonyms: E. Winch, Evelyn Winch, q.v.
Love Cannot Lie. Collins, 1936
The Luck Shop. Collins, 1935
WOLFSON, VI(ANNE MOSS). 1922-1996. Born in New York City; died in San Diego.
WORLEY, WILLIAM (CARLTON). 1889-1982. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Palmyra, Indiana; died in San Mateo, California.
WRIGHT, SEAN M. 1949- .
WYATT, FRANK and CHARLES H(ENRY) ROSS, 1835-1897, q.v. For Ross, see also: Edward Ellis, pseudonym.
-The Earth Girl. Sinkins (London), 1893
WYLIE, JAYEL. Novelist living in Chester, South Carolina.
WYNNE, JOHN (STEWART). 1949- .
YATES, EDMUND (HODGSON)
Nobody’s Fortune. Chapman, 1871 (Deleting the dash; correcting the date.)
YOUNG, G(EORGE) H(ENRY) R(OBERT). 1904- . (Deleting question marks.) Born in New Zealand; attended Victoria University College, Wellington; came to England in 1927; probably returned to New Zealand in the 1930s and died there; a playwright.
YOUNGER, NANCY ELIZABETH BRASSEY LESLIE. 1913-1981.
Brenda. Show Red Seal edition as pb
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