Return to the Main Page.PART 41. [Posted May 2011.]
Portrait in Gold. Hale, 1971 [Australia, 1850s]
ALBRAND, MARTHA. Heidi Huberta Freybe Loewengard, 1910-1981. (Correcting birth date.) She was known as Katrin Lamon at the time of death.
The Mask of Alexander. Correct date of Random edition to: 1955
Penelope’s Daughter. [England]
Stories for the Train. Reveirs Brothers, ca.1895 ss (with some crime): Bounder’s Point \ Climson’s Father \ Going Home \ Joseph Ryssel–Stories of a Guide \ Kidnapping a President \ My Friend the Doctor \ The Mystery of the Golden Crucifix \ Off Pernambuco \ Suburban Gardeners
ALLEN, GERTRUDE M.
House of Dark Secrets. [England]
Ballyblunder. Parker (London), 1860 [Ireland]
The Black Market Murders. Fore (U.K.), 1945 (Apparently written by Stanley Van Wyck, probably a pseudonym.)
Bob Norberry; or, Sketches from the Notebook of an Irish Reporter. Duffy (Dublin), 1844 [Ireland] (Episodic novel.)
John Y. Beall, the Pirate Spy. Dawley (New York), 1865 (Fictionalized true crime.)
Madge Dunraven. Bentley (London), 1879; Harper pb, 1879 (by Harriett Jay, 1853-1932, q.v.) [England, Ireland]
The Mysteries and Miseries of San Francisco. Dick & Fitzgerald, 1855 (Correcting publisher and date.)
ARMSTRONG, WILLIMINA L(EONORA). Born in Michigan; died in Los Angeles.
ATWOOD, MARGARET (ELEANOR KILIAN)
-The Robber Bride. Doubleday, 1993; Bloomsbury, 1993. TV movie: CBC, 2007 (scw: Tassie Cameron; dir: David Mickey Evans)
AUERBACH, BERTHOLD. 1812-1882. Born in Nordstetten, Germany; died in Cannes, France.
Landolin. Holt, 1878 (Translation of “Landolin von Reutershoefn.” Berlin, 1877.)
BABCOCK, DWIGHT V(INCENT). Add: scriptwriter for horror movies and television.
BAGG, ALBERT W. Pseudonym: Quigley Quigton, q.v.
BAKER, AMY JOSEPHINE [AMY ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE BAKER CRAWFORD]. 1878-1966. (Corrections.) Born in Kingston on Thames, Surrey; died in Italy.
BALBERNIE, ARTHUR GEORGE. 1893-1941.
BALMER, JON. J(ohannes) L(ambertus) Bouma. (Adding middle name.)
BANBURY, G(EORGE) A(LEXANDER) LETHBRIDGE. ca.1853- .
BANBURY, OLIVE (ADA) L(ETHBRIDGE) BANBURY, 1885-1971. Died in London.
BARLAY, STEPHEN. 1930-2011. Birth name: Istvan Bokor.
BARNES, (KEITH) RORY
The Bomb-Monger’s Daughter. Rigby (Adelaide), 1984
BARONTE, GERVEE. 1893-1960. Delete reference to Mrs. Paul R. Danner. Born in Rome, Italy; died in De Soto, Florida; at one time married to Paul Danner and later to Charles Breckenridge.
BARTHELME, PETER (ROHE). 1939-2010.
BARTON, BEVERLY. Beverly M. Beaver, 1946-2011.
BARUFALD, R. Correct to: BARUFALDI, ROBERT.
BASIL. Pseudonym of Richard Ashe King, 1839-1932.
The Wearing of the Green. Chatto, 1884; Harper pb, 1885 [Ireland]
BATESON, DAVID. 1919- . (Correcting birth date.)
BEARE, PETER. Pseudonym.
BEAVER, BEVERLY M. 1946-2011.
BEGBIE, ERNEST (ALBAN). 1867- . Born in Plomesgate, England; went to Rhodesia in 1880 and became a mine owner there.
The Mystery of the Three B Syndicate. [London]
BELFIELD, H(ARRY) WEDGWOOD. 1893-1964. Born in Burton, England; died in Worthing, Sussex.
Red Wolf–Pirate. Amalgamated pb, 1934 [airplane]
The Web of the Scarlet Spider. [China]
BELL, GERARD. 1920-1972. Pseudonym: John Landis, q.v.
BENNETT, DOROTHEA [DOROTHEA BENNETT YOUNG]. 1914-1985. (Correcting birth date.)
A Portuguese Affair. Hurst, 1966 [Portugal]
Not Single Spies. [Yugoslavia]
BIRCH, JOHN. 1931- .
BISHOP, JULIA (VIRGINIA PHIFER) TRUITT. 1852-1931. Born in Mansfield, Louisiana; died in Birmingham, Alabama.
Kathleen Douglas. Street, 1890 [New Orleans]
BLAKE, LESLIE. 1932- . Born in Lambeth, England; emigrated to Canada in 1948; later went to Spain and then returned to England.
BLOCK, THOMAS H(ARRIS)
Mayday. TV movie: CBS, 2005 (scw: J. J. Scott, Kevin Lund; dir: Scott)
BOBIN, DONALD E. C. 1911-1982. Pseudonym: Warren J. Lawson, q.v.
BONE, FLORENCE. 1875-1971.
The Dark Piper. Stanley Paul, 1944 [England, 1801-1806]
BONFIGLIOLI, KYRIL. Born Cyril Emmanuel George Bonfiglioli in Eastbourne; died in Jersey, Channel Islands.
BOSTOCK-SMITH, COLIN (J.). 1942- .
BOUMA, J(OHANNES) L(AMBERTUS). (Adding middle name.)
BOX, (FRANK) SYDNEY. (Adding first name.)
BRANNON, WILLIAM T. Delete entry; listed book is nonfiction.
BREWER, MIKE. Maurice C. (West) Guinness, 1897-1991.
BROSNAN, JOHN (RAYMOND). Leroy Richard Arthur Kettle. (Giving name in full.)
BROWNBILL, KAY (CATHRIN MILLIN). 1914-2002.
Blow the Wind Southerly. Rigby (Adelaide), 1962 [Adelaide, 1800s]
BUCHANAN, ROBERT (WILLIAMS)
-Andromeda. [England, 1860s]
-The Charlatan. [England]
Father Anthony. [Ireland]
Foxglove Manor. [England]
-The Moment After. [England]
Quaker Saul, the Idiot Spy; see Saul Sabberday, the Idiot Spy
Saul Sabberday, the Idiot Spy. Brady (New York), 1858. Also published as: Quaker Saul, the Idiot Spy; or, Luliona the Seminole. Beadle (New York), 1869. Also published as: Saul Sabberday, the Idiot Spy; or, Luliona the Seminole. Starr (New York), 1875
BURGIN, G(EORGE) B(ROWN). Add: died in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England.
The Dance at the Four Corners. Arrowsmith, 1895 [Canada]
BURNING, MICHAEL. Pseudonym.
BUSH, NANCY ANN. 1953- . (Adding middle name.)
The City of Kites. Add 
CAMERON, MRS. LOVETT. Add: died in Staines, Middlesex, England.
-A Tragic Blunder. White, 1894; Lippincott, 1894 [England]
CAMPBELL, ALICE (ORMOND). 1887-1960s. (Changing death date.)
CANFIELD, MIRIAM. Add pseudonym: Elizabeth McCrae, q.v.
CARLISLE, HELEN GRACE
-See How They Run. Jonathan Cape, 1929 [New York City]
The Steel Mask. [U.K.]
CARTER, NICHOLAS. John Willard Lincoln, 1875-1924.
CATHER, GEORGE R. Born in Baltimore, Maryland; died in Ashville, Alabama; Civil War veteran; editor of The Southern Aegis (Ashville).
CHAMBERS, ROBERT W(ILLIAM)
The Maids of Paradise. Harper, 1902; Constable, 1903 [France, Prussia, 1870]
CHAMPLIN, VIRGINIA. Grace Virginia Lord, 1834(?)-1885.
CHERBULIEZ, (CHARLES) VICTOR. Born in Geneva, Switzerland.
Joseph Noirel’s Revenge. Show original title thus: (Translation of “La Revanche de Joseph Noirel.” Paris, 1872.)
CHEYNEY, PETER. Pseudonym: Lyn Southney, q.v.
CHRISTENSON, DALLAS JOHN. 1967- . Pseudonym: Alfred C. McBaugh, q.v.
CHRISTIE, STEPHEN. D(on) S(tephen) C(hristopher) Kuruppu, 1918-1983.
CHURCHWARD, W(ILLIAM) B(ROWN). 1844-1920.
CLARK, PHILIP. 1907-1975. Died in Swannanoa, North Carolina.
CLEVELY, HUGH (DESMOND)
The Night Club Mystery. [London]
CORNELIUS, JUSTIN. Pseudonym of Basil Grinstead, 1923-2009. Also wrote romances under the pseudonym Hilary Westlake.
The Shaken Leaf. Correct publisher to: Muller
CROCKETT, ANTHONY (JOHN SINCLAIR)
Perimeter Fence. [Malaya]
Neither Had I Rest. [England]
CROSLAND, SUSAN (BARNES). 1927-2011. Born Susan Barnes Watson in Baltimore; died in England.
CROWTHER, BRUCE (IAN)
-The Treasure of Big Waters. [Canada]
CUMMING-SKINNER, DUGALD MATHESON. Add pseudonyms: Douglas Dundee, Dugald Moray, qq.v.
CUNNINGHAM, A(LBERT) B(ENJAMIN). 1886-1962. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Linden, West Virginia; died in Lubbock, Texas.
CUSTANCE, LEO. J(ohn) Pym Loughnan, 1877-1941.
DALE, EDWIN. Pseudonym of Edward Reginald Home-Gall, 1897-1974, q.v. Other pseudonym: Rupert Hall, q.v.
-The Country of No Escape. [South America]
-Dare Devils of the Q Patrol. [WWI]
DALE, ESTIL. A(lbert) B(enjamin) Cunningham, 1886-1962. (Correcting birth date.)
DALE, JUDITH. Add pseudonyms: Edwin Dale, Rupert Hall, qq.v.
DALTON, MARK MAXWELL. Tracy (Marc?) McDonald, 1967(?)- .
DANE, DONALD. Add pseudonyms: Douglas Dundee, Dugald Moray, qq.v.
Leader of the Missing Thirteen. [WWI]
-Black Hawk, the Avenger. [South America]
DANIEL, (WILLIAM) ROLAND
It Happened at Night. Add [Rome] No SC
DAVIDSON, ANDREA. Susan Claire Leach Lowe, ca.1951- .
DAVIDSON, HUGH COLEMAN. Add: born in Castletown, Isle of Man; died in Kingsdene, Hampshire, England; graduate of Cambridge University.
Not a Moment to Spare. Sampson, Low, 1891
DAVIES, JOHN. ca.1914- . Born in Hoddesdon, England; schoolmaster before WWII and a journalist afterwards.
DAVIS, HOWARD CHARLES
Poodle’s Grave. [England]
DAVIS, JOHN GORDON. ca.1937- . Born in Rhodesia; has a degree in political science and another in law; called to the bar in Rhodesia, and later Crown Counsel in Hong Kong.
DAVIS, LYDIA. 1919- . First wife of Tom Davis [Thomas Robert Alexander Harries Davis], 1917-2007, q.v. Delete reference to Myra Henderson Lydia.
DAVIS, ROBERT S. Pseudonym: Trebor, q.v.
DAWE, (WILLIAM) CARLTON (LANYON)
Zantha. Inglis (Melbourne), 1886
DEAN, SPENCER. Nathaniel Prentice Winchell, Jr. (Adding first name.)
DeANDREA, WILLIAM L(OUIS)
The Manx Murders. Penzler, 1994 (Correcting publisher and date.)
The Werewolf Murders. Doubleday, 1992 SC: Niccolo Benedetti
DE BEKKER, JAY. Nathaniel Prentice Winchell, Jr. (Adding first name.)
DEL-RIVO, LAURA (MARY). (Show name thus.)
The Furnished Room. [London]
DIVER, KATHERINE HELEN MAUD. 1867-1945. Probable pseudonym: Jane Langslow, q.v.
DIX, MAURICE B(UXTON)
Prologue to Murder. No SC
DODGSON, MAX KESTER. 1901-1991. Pseudonym: Max Kester, q.v.
DONCASTER, (FREDERICK) PATRICK. Served as an Intelligence Sergeant in Montgomery’s 21st Army in WWII; show business correspondent for the Daily Mirror for many years.
The Big Fish. Hale, 1980
The Greatest Lie. Hale, 1979 [WWII]
The Last of His Line. Federation pb, 1927
DREWRY, LAURENTIA M. 1847-1924. Pseudonym: Laurie Lansfeldt, q.v.
DRUCE, C(LIFFORD) J(OHN). Delete entry; listed book is not criminous.
The Mystery of the Haunted Square. [London]
DUGDALE, (ARTHUR) GILES
Should a Corpse Tell? [England]
DU MAURIER, DAPHNE
The Breaking Point. (Note: “The Limpet” appears only in the U.S. edition.)
Stranger with My Face. Little, 1981; Hamilton, 1983. TV movie: LMN, 2009 (scw: Jamie Pachino, Eric Tuchman; dir; Jeff Renfroe)
DUNCAN, W(ILLIAM) MURDOCH. Possible pseudonym: Graham Lovat, q.v.
DUNDEE, DOUGLAS. Pseudonym of Dugald Matheson Cumming-Skinner, 1902- . Other pseudonym: Donald Dane, q.v.
The Mocker–Man of Many Disguises. Amalgamated pb, 1939
The Bookman’s Wake. (Title correction.)
DURRANT, THEO. (John) Cary Lucas, 1907-1961.
-And Mistress Pursuing. Delete [Spain], add [England, Sweden]
EDWARDS, CHARMAN. Delete reference to Julius Van Dyke.
EDWARDS, FREDERICK ANTHONY. Delete reference to Julius Van Dyke.
EMERY, J(AMES) INMAN. 1895-1953. Born in Madras, India; a motor engineer with his own business in Dorset, England; spent time in the U.S. and New Zealand; lastly worked in aviation research in England.
ENGLISH, ERNEST I(VAN). 1929- . Born in Orange, New Jersey, of Irish parents; a tea planter in India in the 1950s, then went to Belfast, Ireland.
ESCOTT, JACK LEONARD. 1920-1987. Pseudonyms: Jonathan Escott, Jack S. Scott, qq.v.
ESCOTT, JONATHAN. Pseudonym of Jack Leonard Escott, 1920-1987. Other pseudonym: Jack S. Scott, q.v. (Correction.)
FAIRMAN, PAUL W.
Devil’s Virgin. Bedtime pb, 1961. Also published as: Rest in Agony, as by Ivar Jorgensen. Monarch, 1963. And (in an expanded version) as by Paul W. Fairman., Lancer, 1967. And as: The Diabolist, as by Paul W. Fairman, Lancer, 1972
FALKNER, A(MY) S.
Moorland Love. Miller pb, n.d. [England]
The Toughest Ranger of the Rockies! [Canada]
The Fangs of Suet Pudding. Swan, 1944 [France, 1940]
FAY, DOROTHY. Anna Chandler Lindholm, 1870-1947.
FEARNLEY, J(OHN) B(LAKEWAY). Show name thus.
FEENY, (JOHN) ALFRED. 1834-1905.
FEES, JAMES. 1930- . Pseudonym: Eric Jordan, q.v.
FERRIDGE, PHILIPPA. 1923- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Murder at Charters. [England]
FFORD, (ARTHUR) BROWNLOW. 1871-1937. Born in Gujerat, India; died in Magagnosc, Alpes-Martimes, France.
The Sign of the Snake. Wheeler (London), 1895
FISHER, CHARLES. On staff of the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin in the 1930s.
FLETCHER, DOROTHY. Add pseudonym: Elizabeth McCrae, q.v.
The Black Sheep. Hornsey Journal pb, 1931
Souls for Sale. [London]
FOWLER, CHRISTOPHER. SC: Bryant & May = B&M.
Darkest Day. Also published as: The Seventy-Seven Clocks. Doubleday (London), 2005; Random, 2005 B&M
The Seventy-Seven Clocks; see Darkest Day
Soho Black. Warner pb (London), 1998 B&M
FRANCILLON, R(OBERT) E(DWARD). Add: graduate of Cambridge University.
FRASER-SIMSON, (ANNA) C(ICELY DEVENISH). Add: Born in Scotland; wife of composer Harold Fraser-Simson; editor, literary critic and author of books for younger children.
FRAZER, DIANE. Add pseudonym: Elizabeth McCrae, q.v.
FREEMAN, WILLIAM. William Freeman Kitchen, 1863-1897.
FULLERTON, ALEXANDER (FERGUS)
The Aphrodite Cargo. [Greece]
GARNETT, CLIFF. Galen Lee Geer, 1949-2010.
GARRISON, CHARLES M(acDANIEL?). 1891(?)-1967(?).
GAYLE, NEWTON. Maurice C. (West) Guinness, 1897-1991.
GEER, GALEN LEE. 1949-2010.
The Two Convicts. Routledge, 1857 [Australia]
GILBERT, ANNA. Marguerite Jackson Lazarus, 1916-2004. (Correcting birth date.)
GILBERT, LEE. Gilbert Lee Lyon, 1853-1904.
GLYDER, JOHN. Pseudonym of Allen George Roper, 1887-1957. Born in Croydon, England; died in Surrey.
GORDON, KNOX. Michael William Kasner, 1941-2008.
GORDON, LUTHER. House name. See: Gene Harvey.
GOW, HENRY McCALLION. 1953- . Pseudonyms: Harry McCallion, Henry McCallion, qq.v.
The Golden Torrent. [England, Turkey]
GRANT, DAVID. (David) Craig (Owen) Thomas, 1942-2011.
GREENAWAY, PETER. 1929-1988. Used the name Peter Van Greenaway, q.v.
GREGOR, MRS. JAMES
Whose Was the Blame? Swan Sonnenschein, 1894 [Russia] (Translated from the German.)
GREY, EVELYN. Add pseudonym: Susan Leslie, q.v.
GRIFFIN, (CHARLES) FRANK. 1911-1984. Born in Peterborough, England; died in Devon. (Corrections.)
GRINSTEAD, BASIL. 1923-2009. Pseudonym: Justin Cornelius, q.v.
GUINNESS, MAURICE C. (WEST). 1897-1991.
GUMLEY, F. W.
The Whirlwind Winger. Mellifont pb, n.d.
Detective. TV movie: Lifetime, 2006 (scw: Philip Rosenberg; dir: David S. Cass, Sr.)
HALES, A(LFRED ARTHUR) G(REENWOOD)
McGlusky the Mormon. Long, 1929
HALL, RUPERT. Pseudonym of Edward Reginald Home-Gall, 1897-1974, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Edwin Dale, Judith Dale, qq.v.
HALLIDAY, LEONARD (ROBSON)
Top Secret. [Austria]
The Guns of Heaven. SC: Sam Briscoe
HAMILTON, CLARE. Bettyclare Hamilton Lawless, 1915-2010.
HARBINSON, W(ILLIAM) A(LLEN)
-The Gentlemen Rogues. Scripts (Sydney), 1967 [Australia]
HARDINGE, (CHARLES W)REX(E)
The Case of the Crime Reporter. [London]
The Man from Space. [Baltics]
The Lodging-House Mystery. [London]
The Secret of the Africa Settler. [Transvaal]
HARMAN, NEAL. Pseudonym of Sydney Blundell Harman, 1907- .
HARMAN, SYDNEY BLUNDELL. 1907- . Pseudonym: Neal Harman, q.v.
HART, ROY. Delete “served in WWII.”
HARVEY, GABRIEL. 1873-1962.
Passion’s Slave. Also published as: Desirable, as by Luther Gordon. Crow pb (Canada), n.d.
HARVEY, IRENE. Delete.
HATTON, JUDITH. 1919-2008.
HAYNES, BRIAN. Tom Keene, 1948- .
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.
Swift of the Secret Service. [WWI]
HAYWARD, BENJAMIN. Pseudonym: Raymond Raife, q.v.
HEALY, EUGENE P. 1910-1992. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Brooklyn, New York; died in Madison, Connecticut; sales director for a publishing house (W. W. Norton).
HERSEY, APRIL. Delete.
HERVEY, EVELYN. H(enry) R(eymond) F(itzwalter) Keating, 1926-2011.
HILDYARD, IDA (JANE LEMON). 1865-1950. Born in London, England; died in Norwalk, Norfolk, England.
A Divided Duty. Warne (London), 1890; Lippincott (Philadelphia), 1892
HINDER, PAUL JOHN LEONARD. 1961- . Pseudonym: Paul Leonard, q.v.
HOCKING, SILAS (KITTO)
The Heart of Man. Warne (London), 1895
HOLDAWAY, NEVILLE ALDRIDGE. Born in Wroxall, Isle of Wight; died in Surrey Mid-Eastern, Surrey, England.
HOLMES, MRS. M. A.
A Midnight Marriage. Ogilvie, 1886 [England, Paris]
HOLT, RICHARD. Delete reference to Walter H(arold) Horton, 1909?-1984?
Money from Rome. [London]
HOLT, RICHARD. Pseudonym of Richard Holt Wild, 1917-2005.
HORTON, WALTER H(AROLD). Delete.
HORWICH, HAROLD (H.). 1914- . Born in Lancashire; living in Hove, England.
HOWELL, LIS(BETH E.). 1951- . Schoolteacher turned television reporter, then television executive, university lecturer, and novelist. Born in Liverpool; birth name Lisbeth E. Baynes.
HUMPHREYS, GARY. 1959- . Philip Sington, 1962- . (Correction.)
The Affair of the Spiv’s Secret. [London]
The Case of the Girl on Remand. [London]
It Happened in Melgrove Square. [London]
The Wimbledon Common Trap. [London]
Witness to the Crime [London]
State of Emergency. [U.S.]
JAMES, (CARADOG) VAUGHAN. Lecturer in Russian at the University of Sussex, Director of the Language Laboratory, author of a standard textbook; later worked for Pergamon Press.
JAMES, J. W. G. Pseudonym: Gerald Norham, q.v. (Correction.)
JANSSON, ROBERT (EDWARD WALROOS). Add: birth name: Robert Edward Walroos Johnson.
JAY, HARRIETT. 1853-1932. (Correcting birth date.) See also: Anonymous. Born in Grays, Essex; actress and writer, author of a biography of her brother in law Robert (Williams) Buchanan, 1841-1901, q.v., and collaborator with him on a number of plays.
JOHNSON, PAMELA HANSFORD. Gordon Neil Stewart, 1912-1999.
JONES, GENEVIEVE GORTON. (Giving name in full.)
JONES, H(ENRY DAVID) LLEWELLIN. 1890-1939.
JONES, JENNA. Genevieve Gorton Jones. (Giving name in full.)
-The Man Who Reaps. [England]
JONES, KIT [KATHRYN] O’BRIEN. 1918-2001.
JONES, L. Q. Justus Ellis McQueen, 1927- .
JONES, MELISSA. 1965- .
JONES, MITCHELL G. 1951- .
JONES, PETER (W. J.). 1947- .
JONES, ROBERT PAGE. 1931- .
JONES, RON. 1947- . Pseudonym: Alex Keegan, q.v. (Correction.)
JORDAN, ERIC. Pseudonym of James Fees, 1930- .
JORDAN, HUMFREY ROBERTSON. 1885-1963.
Rest in Agony. Delete here (moved to Paul W. Fairman entry).
JOSEPH, ADAM. Josephine Tsaligopoulos. (Correction.)
Take Any City. [New Zealand]
JOSEY, ALEX A. 1869-1950.
JOSHI, ARUN. 1939-1993.
JOYCE, GARY (P.). 1949- .
JOYCE, JOHN. 1951- . Born in Weymouth, England; has Ph.D. in Environmental Science from University of East Anglia. SC: Theo Gilkrensky, in “Virtually Maria” and subsequent novels.
JOYCE, MARY. Born in Limerick, Ireland; trained as a news journalist and worked for the Evening Express in Dublin and BBC in London; spent 14 years in Zambia and South Africa, working in radio, television and newspapers.
JUDGE, S(YDNEY) W(ALTER). 1901-1982. (Correcting first name.) Born in Romford, England; died in Stockport, Manchester.
JUNG, ELIZABETH (JEAN). 1937-2009.
JUNOR, CHARLES. ca.1865-1901.
KAGAN, JANET (MEGSON). 1946-2008.
KAHN, MICHAEL L(AWRENCE). 1937- . (Correcting birth date.)
KALEDIN, VICTOR K(ONSTANTINE CECIL LUKE DE MORDOWTZEFF). Born in Russia; lived in England and in the U.S., where he applied for citizenship; later (in 1956) living in Norway.
KAPLAN, H(AROLD) J. 1918-2009.
KASNER, MICHAEL WILLIAM. 1941-2008.
KASPER, ROBERT (ADAM). 1884-1946. Died in Three Oaks, Michigan.
KATHRENS, (WILLIAM HAROLD) VAUGHAN. 1905-1971. Born in Cardiff, Wales; died in Manchester, England.
KAVANAUGH, KATHARINE [KATHARINE KAVANAUGH ZIEGFELD]. 1875-ca.1942. Born in Baltimore; a playwright.
KAYE, AARON M(ENDEL). 1878-1966. Born in Lithuania; died in Miami, Florida; he made his first fortune at age 16 selling eggs in Alaska during the Gold Rush of the 1890s; opened his first store in 1934; owned the Ritz Thrift Shop, otherwise Ritz Furs, in Manhattan, which dealt in pre-owned furs.
Just Like a Woman and other short stories. American Book, 1955 ss (criminous = *): A Blade of Grass \ Death Falls in Love \ I Killed Twice \ Just Like a Woman \ The Man Who Was Jesus \ Pretty Good Business \ Romella \ The Scalawag \ *Transfiguration, or The Green-Eyed Monster \ Why Did I Hide?
Tybal Men. Wright, 1931 [Australia]
KEAN, JACK C.
What If the Winner Dies. Genesis, 2000
The Gemini Game. [South Carolina]
KEARY, TED [GEORGE THEODORE KEARY]. 1932- . Dentist in Falmouth, Massachusetts.
KEAST, FRANCIS (JAMES EVA). Qualified as a doctor at a South African University in 1977; his field is psychiatry.
KEATING, H(ENRY) R(EYMOND) F(ITZWALTER). 1926-2011.
KEATING, HENRY (REYMOND FITZWALTER). 1926-2011.
KEATOR, MAUDE C(OLE). 1871-1955.
KECK, MAUD (MOORE). 1876-1967. Born in Iowa; died in Los Angeles.
KEECH, (JOHN) SCOTT. 1936- . (Deleting death date.)
KEEGAN, ALEX. Pseudonym of Ron Jones, 1947- . Born in Wales.
KEEGAN, MEL. Living in South Australia.
KEENE, ROSWELL W. 1837-1909. Born in Carthage, New York; died in Brooklyn; a lawyer.
KEENE, TOM. 1948- .
KEENER, JOYCE. 1945-2006. Born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; died in Florence, Oregon; graduate of Bennington College; worked for television stations in Hershey and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
-Pearls. Correct publisher to: Eldon
The Penyghent Blood. (Title correction.)
KELLAND, HORACE (KENDALL). 1913-2010.
KELLER, TEDDY. 1924-2008.
KELLIER, ELIZABETH. Elizabeth M. Kelly. (Adding middle initial.)
KELLY, ELIZABETH M. (Adding middle initial.) Living in Banbury, Oxfordshire.
KELLY, F(RANCIS) J. (Adding first name.)
KELLY, GERALD E. ca.1968- .
KELLY, ISABELLA. 1759-1857. Born in Scotland; died in London.
KELLY, JAMES (F.). 1912-1993.
KELLY, JAMES ANTHONY. 1962- .
The Newman Murder. (2-act play.)
KELLY, JOHN (W.). 1921-1993.
KELLY, JOHN M(AURICE). 1931-1991. Ref: CA.
The Polling of the Dead. Moytura Press pb (Dublin), 1993 [Dublin, 1960s]
KELLY, MARY ANNE. 1949- .
KELLY, NANCY. Nancy Ann Bush, 1953- . Ref: CA.
KELLY, ROBERT J.
KELLY, STEVE(N A.)
Rastus Reilly. [Boston, ship]
KELLY, THOMAS. Ref: CA.
KELLY, WILLIAM A. 1925- .
The Trail of the Limping Man. Popular Fiction pb, ca.1947
KEMP, HAROLD (CURRY). 1896-1970. Born in Helmsley, Yorkshire, England; died in Teeside South, Yorkshire.
Stalker of the Moors. (Title correction.)
KENDALL, RALPH S(ELWOOD). 1878-1940.
Surregars Raft. Correct publication date to: 1949
KENNARD, MRS. EDWARD. 1850-1936. (Deleting question marks.)
KENNEDY, JOHN. Deleting the Boyd middle name.
KENNEDY, NANCY (MacDOUGALL). 1909-1980. May have been born in Scotland; lived for some years in California; died in Albany, Oregon.
KENRICK, DOUGLAS (MOORE). Born in New Zealand, married in England, then lived for many years in Japan where he ran his own company.
KENRICK, VIVIENNE. 1920-2009. Born Vivienne Clark in Camberwell, England; died in Tokyo.
-A Lawful Crime. (Adding the dash.) [France, England]
KENT, JOHN. Arthur George Balbernie, 1893-1941.
KENT, PAUL. 1945- . A family practitioner in Vancouver, Canada.
KENT, R. A. Ethel Treeby, 1878(?)- .
KENYON, CAMILLA (EUGENIA LIES). 1876-1957. Born in San Francisco; died in Alameda, California.
-Spanish Doubloons. Bobbs, 1919
KENYON, M. E. (Correcting the middle initial.)
The Story of John Coles. (Deleting the dash.)
KER, ANNE [ANNE KER PHILLIPS]. 1766-1821.
KERMAN, SUE. ca.1947- .
KERR, GEOFFREY (KEMBLE GRINHAM). 1895-1971. Born Geoffrey Kemble Grinham Keen in London; died in Aldershot, England.
Benjamin Seven. [Mexico]
KERSHAW, I(SABEL) BLANCHE. 1902-1933. Born Isabel Blanche Parsons in Kensington, London, England; died in Fulham, London.
The Other Victim. [England]
Reckless Justice. [England]
KESSLER, LYLE (DANIEL). 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
KESTER, KATHARINE (R.). 1893-1965. Born in Chicago; died in Pasadena, California; playwright who directed plays at Pasadena Junior College.
KESTER, MAX. Pseudonym of Max Kester Dodgson, 1901-1991.
KETTERING, R(ALPH) T(HOMAS). 1885-1958. Born and died in Chicago; playwright, newspaper columnist, and publicity man. (Correcting the dates.)
KETTLE, LEROY RICHARD ARTHUR. (Giving name in full.)
KEVILL-DAVIES, ALBERT (SYDNEY GOODRICHE). 1855-1949. Born in Leominster, Hertfordshire, England; died in Surrey, England.
Marriage Up to Date. White, 1891
KEY, (SAM)UEL (WHITTELL). 1874-1948. Born in Tadcaster, Yorkshire, England; died in York, Yorkshire.
KEYTE, J(OHN) C(HARLES). 1874-1942.
KIHN, GREG. 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
KILCOMMONS, (JOHN) DENIS. (Adding first name.)
KILLGROVE, THOMAS O. 1921-2010.
KILLINGER, ROSS. Pseudonym of Joan Schreder.
The Stones of Strendleigh. [England, past]
KIMBELL, ANNE (NELPH). 1932- . Former Broadway actress.
KING, BEULAH BROWN. Birth name: Elizabeth Brown King.
KING, (JAMES) CLIFFORD. 1912-1991. Born in Kenniford, England; died in Fulham, London.
KING, (FRANK) HARVEY. 1887-1975. Born in Lambeth, London; died in Southport, Merseyside, England.
The Mystery of the Lost Loot. [London]
On the 11.40 Down. [train]
KING, PHILLIP and ROBERT KING, 1932- .
KING, RICHARD ASHE. 1839-1932. Pseudonym: Basil, q.v.
KING, ROBERT. 1932- .
Haschisch. (Spelling correction.)
KINGDOM, WILL. Phil(ip) Rickman, ca.1950- .
KINGSLEY, JOHANNA. Donna Meyer, 1945- .
KINGSTON, BRIAN. Percy (William) Longhurst, 1874-1959.
None Should Look. Show publication date as 1951
KINGSTON, WILLIAM HENRY GILES. 1814-1880. Born and died in London; author of stories for boys; had a lifelong affection for the sea.
Pepe, the Pirate; or, Perils of the Ocean. Star Spangled Banner Office (Boston), 1848 [ship]
KIRBY, LOUIS PAUL. 1870-ca.1950
KIRK, LAURENCE. Eric Andrew Simson, 1895-1956.
KIRKLAND, MARTHA (COTTER). 1938-2009.
KIRKPATRICK, JOHN (ALEXANDER). 1895-1975. Born in Montgomery, Alabama; died in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
KIRTON, BILL [WILLIAM J. S. KIRTON]. 1939- . Born in Plymouth, England; long resident in Scotland.
KISSINGER, JOHN (H.). SC: Wayne Hoyer, in “Where Angels Fear” and subsequent novel(s).
KISTLER, MARY. Bonnie J. Robinson, 1943(?)-2009(?).
KITCHEN, WILLIAM FREEMAN. 1863-1897.
KITCHENER, JAMES A. G. 1925- .
KIU, K. L. Lecturer and translation teacher at Hong Kong University, 1972-1987.
KJELL, BRADLEY (PRYOR). 1952- . (Correcting birth date.)
KLEIN, DAVE. SC: Ed Buck & Lt. Gerry Keegan = B&K.
Fourth Down. B&K
Kilos in the Keys. B&K
KLEIN, JERRY. 1926- .
Racket Boss. News Stand pb (Toronto) (Adding place of publication.)
KLINE, PENNY [PENELOPE M. KLINE]. Counselor and psychotherapist with a Ph.D. in Psychology; living in Bristol, England.
KNAPP, JACK STUART. 1907(?)-1985(?).
KNAPP, ROSA (TURNER)
-Real Romance. (Adding the dash.)
KNEALE, BRUCE. A journalist, born in Australia, and living in London when his book was published.
KNIGHT, BARBARA (BRADFORD). 1920-2005. Born in New Jersey; died in Kentucky; an award-winning painter; operated an art gallery in New Hampshire.
KNIGHT, HARRY ADAM. Leroy Richard Arthur Kettle. (Giving name in full.)
KNIGHT, LEONARD ALFRED. 1895-1977. Born in East Preston, England; died in Haverford, West Dyford, Wales.
KNIGHT, VICTORIA. Delete entry; book apparently not published.
KNIGHT, WILLIAM E(DWARDS). 1922-2010.
KNOTT, MALCOLM. 1940- . Publication of the two titles confirmed.
KNUDSEN, KEVIN D. 1952- .
KOEHLER, C(LEMENT) J. 1934- .
Mind Games. [Midwest]
KOHLER, VINCENT (DePAUL). 1948-2002.
KOLBE, JOHN A(RTHUR GEORGE). (Giving full name.)
Farewell, My Dear Colonel. [Moscow]
KOMAN, VICTOR. 1954- . (Correcting birth date.)
KOROTYUKOV, ALEXEI (K.). 1932- .
KOSKI, DOMINIC. Pseudonym.
KRINKEL, M. J. Correct to: KRINKEL, N. J.
Good Night, Kathy. (1-act play.)
KRUGER, (CHARLES) RAYNE
Tanker. Delete (not criminous)
KRUMER, WAYNE (P.). Correct to: KRUMEL, WAYNE (P.). 1935- .
KUAN, HAN-CHING. Thirteenth century Chinese playwright and actor.
KUBAN, SHEILA. Judith Hatton, 1919-2008. Wife of a Russian emigre who worked for SMERSH; active in FOREST, an organization that supported freedom to smoke.
KUHN, GEORGE R(OBERT). 1943(?)- .
KUNST, EARLE. 1878-1911. Born in West Virginia.
KURUPPU, D(ON) S(TEPHEN) C(HRISTOPHER). 1918-1983. Features Editor of the Times of Ceylon.
KYDD, ADAM SHAND. 1954-2004.
KYDD, DERMOTT (H.). 1928- . A chartered surveyor.
KYLE, BARBARA J. 1948- . A Canadian actress turned novelist.
KYLE, BENNIE. 1955-. .
KYLE, ELLA JANE. ca.1873- . Born in Illinois; living in Indiana in 1930.
KYLE, STEPHEN. Barbara J. Kyle, 1948- .
Beyond Recall. [Washington D.C.]
L., G. George Ludlam was a prompter at the Theatre Royale, Birmingham, England, in 1817.
LA CROIX, ARDA. ca.1852-1920s. Born in New York; died in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
LAKE, NARA. Born in Adelaide, Australia; living in Victoria.
Man from Kanpur. Hale, 1983 [Australia, past]
The Painted Girl. Hale, 1984 [Australia, past]
The Running Girl. Milton House, 1973 [Adelaide, Melbourne, 1850]
LAKE, PAUL. Professor of English and creative writing at Arkansas Tech University; poet and essayist.
LaMARRE, THOMAS (MARK). 1959- . Faculty member at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
LAMBE, ZOE (VIOLET). 1914-1990. Born Zoe Violet Lane, presumably in New Zealand, where she died; worked for the Office of War Information in New Zealand in WWII.
LAMBERT, ANTHONY ROY. 1948(?)- . Born in Hastings, England.
LAMBERT, ELISABETH. 1915-2003. (Correcting the dates.) Born Betty Lambert in Hendon, England; married Robert Patrick Terpening in Australia; widowed in 1945, and married Cesar Ortiz Tinoco in the 1960s; died in New York City; authority on Latin American Cooking.
LAMBERT, GEORGE. 1853-1928.
LAMBOURNE, JOHN. John Battersby Crompton Lamburn, 1893-1972.
LAMBURN, JOHN BATTERSBY CROMPTON. 1893-1972.
LAMONT, STEWART (JACKSON). Born in Broughty Ferry, Angus, Scotland; attended St. Andrews University; worked for the BBC in radio and television in Edinburgh after training to become a minister; was a military chaplain in Gibraltar and served as a minister in Bermuda and, most recently, in Paris; has published a thriller as Jackson Lamont.
LA MOTHE, ANTHONY JOHN. Born in the Caribbean; taught in London for 21 years; took early retirement in 1997.
LAMP, C(LARENCE) O(RREN). 1927-2011.
LAMPARD, DAVID (AUSTIN). 1923-1997.
LAMSON, DAVID (ALBERT). 1902-1975.
LANCE, VICTORY. Pseudonym of Thomas L. Robbins, 1927- . Born in Steele, Missouri; served as an infantryman in Germany.
LANDER, HARRY (LONGLEY). 1836-1908. (Correcting birth date.)
LANDIS, JOHN. Pseudonym of Gerard Bell, 1920-1972, q.v.
LANE, ALLISON. Evan H. Rhodes, 1929-2010. Susan Ann Pace, 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Ulsterman. [Northern Ireland]
LANE, J(OHN) RUSSELL. Born in Ohio; a dentist by profession, living in New York City in 1900.
-The House Between the Trees. [New York]
A Hero’s Armour. Arrowsmith (England), 1895
LANG, FRANCES. Winifred Langford Mantle, 1911-1983.
LANG, HARRY. 1889(?)-1970(?),
LANG, JACK. Pseudonym of Gordon M(acLean) Williams, 1934- , q.v.
LANG, JOHN (GEORGE). 1816-1864. (Correcting death date.)
The Call of the Cuckoo. Harper pb, 1993 [South Africa]
LANGDALE, HAZEL LOUISE RAYBOLD. 1889-1958. Born in Massachusetts; died in New Haven, Connecticut.
LANGDON, GEE. Pseudonym of Gladys Annie Joel Langdon, 1907-1993. Born in Surrey, England; died in Bath, Somerset; songwriter in the 1950s before becoming a book author.
LANGDON, GLADYS ANNIE JOEL LANGDON, 1907-1993. Pseudonym: Gee Langdon, q.v.
LANGDON, J. KENNETH
A Spy in My House. [Canada]
LANGE, KELLY. Birth name: Dorothy Scafard.
LANGELLO, KIP (ERIC). 1961- . (Correcting birth date.)
LANGHORN, FRANCES (MARGARET?)
Murder at Midday. (1-act play.)
LANGLEY, FREDERICK OSWALD. 1883-1947.
LANGLOIS, DORA. 1865-1940.
LANGSFORD, DOROTHY M(ARY). 1896-1992.
LANGSLOW, JANE. Probably the pseudonym of Katherine Helen Maud Diver, 1867-1945.
The Tower; or, The Romance of Ruthyne. [Wales]
LANSFELDT, LAURIE. Pseudonym of Laurentia M. Drewry, 1847-1924.
LANYON, JOSH. 1963- .
LARANY, DANIEL. Pseudonym of Bernard Ullmann, 1923-2008.
LARDO, VINCENT. 1931- . (Correcting birth date.)
LARGE, MARY HARRIOTT. 1854(?)-1919(?).
LARIAR, LAWRENCE. Birth name: Lawrence Rosenblum; changed his name between 1929 and 1935.
Burn Barrel. (Title correction.)
LARSEN, ROBYN. 1963- .
LARTEGNY, JEAN. Jean Pierre Lucien Osty, 1920-2011.
LATHAM, ALISON M(ARY). 1903-1973. Born in Tynemouth, England; died in Durham South Eastern, Durham, England.
LATHAM, ESTHER M. Alison M(ary) Latham, 1903-1973.
LATHAM, MURRAY. Alison M(ary) Latham, 1903-1973.
Border of Darkness. Add [1880s]
Kelpie’s Burn. [Canada]
LAUD, MINNIE. 1862-1892.
Winger’s Landing. Add [Australia]
LAVERTON, MRS. H. S. Lived in India.
The Romance of a Hill Station and other stories. [India]
LAWLESS, BETTYCLARE HAMILTON. 1915-2010.
LAWMAN, (THOMAS MICHAEL) ANTHONY. 1922-1995. Probably born in Rhodesia, where he was a civil servant; died in Reading, England.
LAWRENCE, JOSEPH I(VERS). 1879-1963. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts; died in Miami, Florida; editor and publisher.
LAWSON, WARREN J. Pseudonym of Donald E. C. Bobin, 1911-1982.
Condemned by the Ku Klux Klan. [U.S.]
Gangster G-Man. [U.S.]
Riley’s Rebel Police Force. [U.S.]
LAYARD, FLORENCE (LOUISA). ca.1848-1924. Born in India; died in Bath, England; wrote for many periodicals.
LAYCOCK, ARTHUR. 1868-1957. Born in Stalybridge, Lancashire, England, and died in Newton Abbot, Devonshire; served as Blackpool’s first socialist councillor.
LAYNE, MARION MARGERY. Lane Torkelson [Lane Vickers Torkelson Smith], ca.1944- .
LAZARUS, MARGUERITE JACKSON. 1916-2004. (Correcting birth date.)
LAZARUS, MILTON. 1898-1955.
LAZEWNIK, LIBBY. 1957- .
LEA, G(EORGE) F(RANCIS) PERCIVALE. 1901-1987. Born in Tunbridge, England; died in New York City; an accountant who mostly worked out side of England (in Portugal, Brazil and the U.S.).
LEACH, CHRISTOPHER. 1925- . (Deleting middle name and death date.)
LEACH, JOAN (DOUGHTY?). 1928(?)- .
Sheltered. [Key West]
LEADER, MARY (BARTELT). 1918-2004.
LEAHY, CHARLES STEWART. 1887-1963. Born in Australia; served in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in WWI; thereafter a solicitor in Auckland.
LEAHY, W(ILLIAM) A(UGUSTINE). 1867-1941. Born and died in Boston; educated at Harvard.
LEARMONTH, DAVID [DAVID JAMES LIVINGSTONE-LEARMONTH]. 1899-1960.
LEAROYD, P(HILIP) M(ERVYN). 1903-1978. Born in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England; died in Blackpool, Lancashire.
LEARY, FRANCIS (W.). Graduate of Princeton, with an M.A. in history from Yale; lived for some years in Paris.
This Dark Monarchy. [England, 1800s]
LEASK, MARY (A.). Born in Toronto; has B.A. from Queen’s University and M.Ed. from the University of Toronto; retired from a teaching career to write.
The Lost Son. Film: Scala, 1999 (scw: Eric Leclere, Margaret Leclere, Mark Mills; dir: Christ Menges)
LEDBETTER, LOUIS. ca.1950- .
LEE, ARTHUR (ANDREW). 1945- .
LEE, EDNA (L. MOONEY). 1890-1963. (Deleting question mark.) Born in Atlanta; died in New York City.
For Chaps and Chits. Plays: The Countersign \ Everyman and Mr. Page \ Fame \ The Fourth Degree \ Grace \ Illumination \ The Only Thing to Do \ Perfumes \ Seeing Stars \ Sweeties \ The Theatre Ticket Agency
LEE, MAUREEN. 1942- .
LEE, TAMARA [TAMARA LEE McKINLEY CATER]. 1948- .
-A Phantom Lover. Blackwood (Edinburgh), 1886; Robert Bros. (Boston), 1886
LEES, ROBERT J(AMES). 1849-1931.
LEGER, RAYMOND ALFRED. 1884-1934.
LEGGETT, HARRY WILLIAM. Born in London; editor of various publications, including Grand Magazine and Ironmongers Weekly.
LEIGH, VERONICA. Pseudonym of Robert Barufaldi. (Correction.)
LEIGH, VICTORIA [VICTORIA LEIGH ERBSCHLOE]. 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
LEIGH, MAJOR WALTER. Walter L. Jenkins. (Correcting middle initial.)
LEIGHTON, FLORENCE. Pseudonym of Florence Leighton Pfalzgraf (Kern), 1902-1997. Born in Brooklyn; died in Potomac, Maryland; wrote books about the Coast Guard and its predecessors.
Killing Suki Flood. Film: Davis Films, 2011 (scw: Katherine Tomlinson; dir: Louis-Pascal Couvelaire)
LELOUCHE, ANTOINE. SC: Marcel Lamont, in “Diplomatic Pleasures” and two other titles.
LEMBETT, TESSA. Pseudonym of Maggie Taylor; living in Manchester, England.
The Colossal Schemes of Baron Maupertuis. (Title correction.)
LEMON, IDA [IDA JANE LEMON HILDYARD]. 1865-1950. Born in St. John’s Wood, London, England; died in Norwich, England.
-A Divided Duty. Warne, 1891
LENHERR, JOAN. Pseudonym of Joan Lenherr Neeno, 1965- . (Correction.)
LENTON, DUDLEY. 1907(?)- . (Correction.)
LEONARD, PAT(RICK A.). 1953- . Born in Pennsylvania; graduate of Marquette University; living in New Jersey.
Damned If You Do. [New Jersey]
LEONARD, PAUL. Pseudonym of Paul John Leonard Hinder, 1961- . Born in Bristol, England.
LEONARD, RAYMOND. Born in Manchester, England; has a Ph.D. in Engineering and has authored several hundred scientific papers.
LEONARD, SAM. Pseudonym of Leonard S. Panisch, 1950- .
LEPPANEN, GEORGE CHARLES. 1939-2008.
LE ROY, MARGARET
-The Angels of Russia. (Adding the “The”.)
LE ROY, PATRICIA. 1946- .
LESLIE, DAVID STUART L. Born in Croydon, England, grew up in Australia, returned to England to serve in the RAF during WWII; novelist, drama and English tutor; worked on the London stage; died in Surrey, England.
LESLIE, EDWARD. Leslie Edward Sellicks, 1902-1949. Born in Wycombe, England; died in Nottinghamshire.
LESLIE, SUSAN. Pseudonym of Susan Leslie Liepitz, 1954- , q.v. Other pseudonym: Evelyn Grey, q.v.
LESSING, LEW. Pseudonym of Shelly Alan Lowenkopf, 1931- . Ref: CA.
LESTER, EDWARD C(ASTELLAIN). 1906-1978. Born in Eastbourne, England; died in Manchester.
LESTER, WILLIAM K(ENNETH). 1919-2004. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Baltimore; breeder, owner and racer of thoroughbred horses; established Will-Mar Stables; died in Annapolis.
LETHABY, JOHN WILLIAM. 1875-1949.
LETHBRIDGE, GEORGE C(HARLES). 1885-1964. Born in Eastbourne, England; died in Chichester, Sussex.
LETHBRIDGE, OLIVE. Olive (Ada) L(ethbridge) Banbury, 1885-1971.
LEVI, URI. 1941(?)- .
LEVINSON, BRUCE SCOTT. 1960(?)- .
LEVISON, ERIC. 1894- . Born in Prussia; served in the U.S. Navy; living in Georgia in the 1920s.
LEVITT, J(OHN) R. 1945- .
LEWERTH, MARGARET [MARGARET LEWERTH STUMPF BROWNE]. 1910-1992. Born in New York City; graduate of Smith College, then on the faculty of New York University.
LEWIS, COY (ALFRED). 1933- . (Adding middle name.)
LEWIS, D(OUGLAS) M. 1950- .
LEWIS, H. Byline also: Mrs. Harriet (Newell O’Brien) Lewis, 1841-1878, q.v.
LEWIS, MRS. HARRIET (NEWELL O’BRIEN). Byline also: H. Lewis, q.v.
Blood Money. [South America]
LEWIS, W(ALTER) R(EGINALD) SUNDERLAND. 1861-1927.
LIBBY, (ISRAEL) LEWIS
The Apprentice. Add 
LICHFIELD, RICHARD. Gabriel Harvey, 1873-1962. Born in Axbridge, England; died in Dartford, Kent.
LIDDELL, R(OBERT) SCOTLAND. 1885-1972. Born in Scotland; a journalist in London.
LIEPITZ, SUSAN LESLIE. Add pseudonym: Susan Leslie, q.v.
LIMNELIUS, GEORGE. Lewis (George) Robinson, 1886-1950.
LIN, ALICE (MURONG) P. 1942- .
LINARES, LUISA-MARIA. 1915-1986.
The Azrael of Anarchy. [London]
LINCOLN, JOHN WILLARD. 1875-1924. Died in Blackwell’s Island (Welfare Island), New York.
LINDHOLM, ANNA CHANDLER. 1870-1947. Born in New York; died in Santa Clara, California.
LINDRIDGE, JAMES. 1825(?)- .
The Merry Wives of London. [London]
LINDSAY, C(HARLES) McDONALD. 1875-1960. Born in Cheadle, Cheshire, England; died in Stockport, Cheshire.
Loyal Lady. (Deleting the dash.) [Australia, 1800s]
Rustle of Spring. (Deleting the dash.) [Australia, 1800s]
LINDSAY, TONY. SC: David Price, in “One Dead Preacher” and subsequent novel(s).
LINGO, ADA (EMMA). ca.1909- .
LINN, JONATHAN. John Birch, 1931- .
LINNELL, GERTRUDE (BALDWIN). 1894-1933.
LINNET, BROWN. Pseudonym of Ella Emeline Tomlinson, 1868-1932.
LIPKE, KAY [KATHERINE BELLOWS LIPKE WARREN]. 1896-1968. Born in Wisconia, Wisconsin; died in Los Angeles; attended Columbia University; journalist with the Los Angeles Times.
LIPMAN, CLAYRE. Michel Lipman, 1913-2010.
LIPMAN, MICHEL. 1913-2010.
LIPMAN, WILLIAM (R.). 1894-1951. Born in New York City; died in Los Angeles; a screenwriter.
LIPPINCOTT, BEVERLY (M.?). 1923(?)-1997(?).
LIVINGSTON, (ROBERT) ARMSTRONG (JR.). 1885- . Born in New York City; educated at St. George’s School, Newport, Rhode Island; entered insurance business with Queen Insurance Company and then went into the brokerage business for himself.
LIVINGSTON, FLORENCE BINGHAM. 1877-1956. (Correcting the dates.) Born in Burlington, Vermont; died in Napa, California; educated at Columbia University.
Deadly Transactions. (Title correction.)
A Sealed Book. [England]
LIVINGSTONE, MARK J. Judith Pella, 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
LIVESAY, JESSIE E(LIZABETH CHALMERS). ca.1869-1938. Born in India; died in Kensington, London, England; last name generally spelled Livesey other than on her books.
LLOYD, JOSIE [JOSIE LLOYD REES]. Also published as Jo Rees.
LLOYD, RICHARD REX
Kidnapped in Cairo. Thacker (Bombay), 1944 [Cairo]
LLOYD, STANLEY. -1954.
LOCK, SANFORD. Probable pseudonym of Douglas Reekie, 1900-1968.
-Canyon of Courage. Add British edition: Remploy, 1974
-Starlight on the Bayou. Add British edition: Remploy, 1974
LOCKWOOD, MARY [MARY LOCKWOOD SPELMAN]. 1934-2010.
LOCKWOOD, MYNA. 1888-1987. (Deleting question marks.) Born Minnie Myna Stebbins in Iowa; married fiction author Walter S. Lockwood; an artist; died in Port Washington, New York.
LOCKWOOD, ELEANOR STANLEY. 1919(?)-2000(?).
LOCKWOOD, P(HILIP) H(ENRY). 1853-1917.
LOCKWOOD, TONY (ROBIN). 1944-2007.
LOCKWOOD, W(ILLIAM) LEWIS. 1867- . Born in Rhode Island; a newspaperman for some years on the Brooklyn Daily Eagle; later editor of the Daily Saratogan, Saratoga, New York; a playwright.
LOEWENGARD, HEIDI HUBERTA FREYBE. 1910-1981. (Correcting birth date.)
LOGAN, CHUCK [CHARLES E. LOGAN]. 1947- . (Correcting birth date.)
Death on the Beat. (32 pp.)
Murder Without a Corpse. (32 pp.)
LOGAN, GUY B(ERTIE) H(ARRIS). 1886-1947.
LOHR, (RICHARD) HARVEY. 1856-1927.
LOMAS, JOHN (ERNEST WILLS). 1896-1932(?). Born in Kensington, London, England.
LOMAX, W(ILLIAM) J(OSEPH). 1863-1929. Pseudonym: Herbert Maxwell, q.v. Born in Hereford, England; died in Richmond; had B.A. from St. John College, Cambridge.
Rural Amenities of a Village Community. Correct one short story title to: The (More or Less) Complete Conversationalist
LOMBARD, NAP. Gordon Neil Stewart, 1912-1999.
LONDON, BELLE E. 1919(?)-2003(?). (Changing the dates.)
LONG, E(RNEST) LAURIE. 1886-1969. Born in London; died in Surrey, England.
LONG, FRANK CARLETON
-The Duke of Arcanum. [Chicago, 1870s]
LONG, H(ERBERT) KINGSLEY. Born in India.
LONGFELLOW, ALICE (NORTH). ca.1932- .
-Chasing Women. Add [NYC]
LONGHURST, PERCY (WILLIAM). 1874-1959. Born in Hackney, London, England; died in Battersea, London.
LONGSTAFF, W(ILLIAM) LUTHER. 1859-1935.
LONSDALE, H. M. Herbert Marmaduke White, 1868-1947.
LOOSE, HARRY J. 1880-1943.
LORD, G. E.
An Old Man’s Tyranny. Stockwell, 1906 [England]
LORD, GRACE VIRGINIA. 1834(?)-1885.
LORIGA, RAY. Pseudonym of Jorge Loriga Torrenova, 1967- .
LORIMER, JANET (G.). 1945- .
Brannigan’s Folly. Lake pb, 1986
The Cardiff Hill Mystery. Lake pb, 1987
Maze of Terror. Lake pb, 1985
The Night Marchers. Lake pb, 1986
The Poison Pen Mystery. Lake pb, 1987
LORRAH, JEAN. 1940- . (Correcting birth date.)
LOUGHNAN, J(OHN) PYM. 1877-1941.
LOUIS, ADRIAN C.
Skins. Film: Grandview, 2002 (scw: Jennifer D. Lyne; dir: Chris Eyre).
LOVAT, GRAHAM. Possibly pseudonym of W(illiam) Murdoch Duncan, 1909-1976, q.v. Other Murdoch pseudonyms: John Cassells, John Dallas, Neill Graham, Martin Locke, Peter Malloch, Lovat Marshall, qq.v.
LOVEDAY, E(LLEN) B(EAUMONT). 1872- . Born in West Derby, England.
LOVETT, MRS. H. CAMERON [CAROLINE EMILY SHARP CAMERON LOVETT]. 1844-1921.
-Conspiracy of Amateurs. [Hong Kong]
LOWE, JONATHAN (F. S.). 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
LOWE, SUSAN CLAIRE LEACH. ca.1951- .
LOWENKOPF, SHELLY ALAN. 1931- . Pseudonym: Lew Lessing, q.v.
LOWNDES, NATALYA. Dr. Sarah Symmons, 1961- . Biographer, historian, Goya expert, expert in the art of John Flaxman and Honore Daumier, Reader in Art History and Theory at the University of Essex, England.
LOWSON, ALEXANDER. 1844-1903.
LUALDI, FRANCESCO P(AUL). 1918-2010.
LUCAS, (JOHN) CARY. 1907-1961. Born in New Jersey; died in San Francisco.
LUCAS, JAMES (SIDNEY). 1923-2002. Ref: CA.
Battle Group Peiper. Also published as: SS Kampgruppe3 Peiper. Shelf Books pb, 1997
SS Kampgruppe 3 Peiper; see Battle Group Peiper
LUCAS, RUTH (BAXENDALE). 1909-1989.
LUCEY, R(OGER) M(ARTIN). 1871-1954. Born in Henley, England; died in Eton.
LUCK, PETER. Pseudonym.
LUCTOR. Pseudonym of a solicitor in Durban, South Africa.
-The Coming of Jonathan Smith. [England]
LUEHRMANN, ADELE. Probably born in Tennessee around 1878 and associated with the class of 1896, Vassar College; living n New York City in 1930.
LUMSDEN, ALEC (WINSTANLEY). 1897- . Born in Marylebone, London.
LUMSDEN, D(ANIEL) FRASER. 1856-1939. Born in Glasgow, Scotland.
LUMSDEN, JOHN. Correct to: LUMSDON, JOHN. ca.1941- .
Choke Point. [ship]
LUNNON-WOOD, MIKE [MICHAEL PETER LUNNON-WOOD]. 1955-2008.
L’URSULA, BETTY. Pseudonym of Rebecca Elizabeth Woodard (Slattery).
LYDIA, MYRA HENDERSON. Delete.
LYLE, DOUGLAS. 1923(?)- .
LYLE, JOHN TILLMAN. 1934-1998. Pseudonym: Chris Renn, q.v.
LYNCH, GERALD. Born in Ireland; came to Canada as a child; teaches English Literature at the University of Ottawa.
LYNCH, J(AMES?) BERNARD (JR.?). 1898- .
LYNCH, J. PATRICK. Delete.
LYNCH, MIRIAM (ESTHER DOWNEY). 1905-1989. Born in Boston; died in Colchester, Connecticut.
Dr. Garrett’s Girl. [New England]
LYNCH, PATRICK. Philip Sington, 1962- . (Correction.) Gary Humphreys, 1959- .
LYNCH, PATTY [PATRICIA A. LYNCH]. 1955- . (Correction.)
The Shadow of Black Star. [Europe]
LYNER, PETER EDWARD. Born in Ireland; librarian in Belfast, Sudan and Yugoslavia; freelance journalist; cultural attache in Moscow and Bulgaria.
LYNN, RAYMOND KAY. Delete.
LYNX, J(OACHIM) J(OHANNES). 1898-1969. Born in Germany; died in Richmond upon Thames, London, England.
LYON, EDNA WRIGHT. 1893-1983.
LYON, GILBERT LEE. 1853-1904. Born in Albany, New York; died in Little Falls, New York.
LYON, M(ALCOLM) D(OUGLAS). 1898-1964. Born in Godstone, England; died in Hastings, Sussex.
LYONS, AMY. 1848-1918. Born Amy Horton in Wednesbury, England.
LYONS, AUGUSTA WALLACE. 1912-2010.
LYONS, JOSEPH. 1847-1917. Famous caterer and restaurant keeper in England.
McALILLY, ALICE. 1858(?)- .
-Terra Cotta. [Colorado]
McALLISTER, EARL(E) CABOT. 1871-1955.
An Island Secret. Estes, 1909 (Intended for younger readers.)
McANDREW, RICHARD. SC: Insp. Jenny Logan, in “Logan’s Choice” and subsequent short novels.
McARTHUR, ALEXANDER. 1901-1947.
The Astrakhan Coat. Film: Penumbra, 1989, as A Taste of Hemlock (scw: Eric Tynan Young; dir: Geoffrey Darwin)
McBAUGH, ALFRED C. Pseudonym of Dallas John Christenson, 1967- .
MacBETH, J(AMES) C(RUICKSHANK) H(ENDERSON). 1874- .
McCABE, (CHRISTOPHER) JOHN. 1967- .
McCAFFREY, K(EVIN) T. 1947- .
McCALLION, HARRY. Pseudonym of Henry McCallion Gow, 1953- . Born in Glasgow; served in British Special Forces and Royal Ulster Constabulary; educated at Leeds Metropolitan University and University of East Anglia; became a barrister in 1995. Other pseudonym: Henry McCallion, q.v.
McCALLION, HENRY. Pseudonym of Henry McCallion Gow, 1953- . Other pseudonym: Harry McCallion, q.v.
McCALLISTER, DAVID (R.). 1952- .
McCARDELL, ROY L(ARCOM). 1870-1961. Born in Hagerstown, Maryland.
MacCARTHY, EMMA W. 1861- . (Corrected spelling.)
McCARTHY, J(OHN) BERNARD. Born in Kinsale County, Cork, Ireland.
McCARTHY, MYLES. Pseudonym of John F. J(oseph) Palmer, 1874(?)-1928(?) (Note: Myles McCarthy was the reported name of an actor born in Toronto in 1874 and dying in Hollywood in 1928; was Palmer his real name or is a large coincidence at work?)
McCARTY, EDWARD CLAYTON (JR.). 1901-1986. Born in Louisville, Kentucky; died in Alpine, Texas, where he was chairman of the Theatre of the Big Bend.
MACASSEY, KENNETH (LIVINGSTONE). 1905-1996.
McCLINTOCK, GRAY. ca.1868- . Born in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada; lived for some years in Andes, New York.
McCLURE, (VERONICA) JANE. (Adding first name.)
McCOLL, ALEX(ANDER McCALMONT STONE). 1934-2002. Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan; had B.A. and LL.B. from Harvard; practiced law; served in the Army (Counter-Intelligence Corp); spent 30 months in Vietnam.
McCOLM, ALEC. 1920(?)- .
McCOMBIE, J(OHN) A(LEXANDER) S(OMERVILLE). 1925-2011.
McCONVILLE, MICHAEL ANTHONY. 1928-2008.
McCORD, DAVID (WILSON). 1965-1994.
McCORMACK, TOM [THOMAS]. 1929-2007. (Correction.) Spent 50 years in the newspaper business, including more than 30 years as sportswriter in New Haven, Connecticut.
McCOY, MADELEINE. 1898(?)-1986(?). (Changing the dates.)
McCRAE, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Dorothy Fletcher, q.v. Other pseudonyms: Miriam Canfield, Diane Frazer, qq.v.
McCRORY, TOM [THOMAS E. McCRORY]. 1965- .
McCULLOUGH, ANDREW. ca.1924- . Television director.
McCULLOUGH, ESTHER MORGAN. 1888-1957.
McCULLOUGH, KAE [KATHLEEN JO McCULLOUGH]. 1947- .
McCURDY, JAMES KYRLE. 1875-1935.
MacDANIEL, CHARLES. Charles M(acDaniel?) Garrison, 1891(?)-1967(?).
McDERMOTT, P. L.
Julius Vernon; or, A Strange Case of Circumstantial Evidence. [London]
The Last King of Yewle. [England]
McDONALD, BILL [WILLIAM J. McDONALD]. 1925-2007.
MacDONALD, CHARLES FRANCIS. 1874-1952. Pseudonym: Francis Charles MacDonald, q.v.
MacDONALD, DONALD. 1900- . Born in Hamilton, Lanarkshire; living in Whitstable, Kent, in 1972.
MacDONALD, EILEEN. Investigative journalist.
MacDONALD, FRANCIS CHARLES. Pseudonym of Charles Francis MacDonald, 1874-1952.
McDONALD, RAYMOND. Raymond Alfred Leger, 1884-1934.
McDONALD, TRACY (MARC?). 1967(?)- .
McDOWELL, MICHAEL S. Pseudonym. 1966- .
McDOWELL, PAUL. 1931- .
McDOWELL, (THOMAS JOHN) RIDER. 1960- . (Correcting birth date.) (Delete biographical information.)
The Mercy Man. Film: Champawat Pictures, 2009 (scw & dir: Rider McDowell.)
McDOWELL, ROBERT. ca.1950- .
McELROY, HUGH (FRANCIS). 1884-1948.
McELWAIN, BOB [ROBERT J. McELWAIN]. 1933-2007.
McEVOY, HUGH. Hugh McEvoy Morris, 1898-1959. Born in Glenarm, Northern Ireland; graduate of Queen’s University, Belfast; a doctor and consulting radiologist.
McEWAN, WALTER. ca.1866-1932.
The Adventures of Clay Fisk and other citizens. (Title correction.)
McFADDEN, ELIZABETH (APTHORP). 1875-1961. (Correcting death date.)
McFADYEN, DUGALD. 1867-1936.
-The Music Room. Houghton, 1990 [New York City]
McFERRAN, JOYCE. 1913(?)-2009(?).
McGHEE, JOHN (MAXWELL). 1916-2001. Born in Chile, educated in Scotland, died in Sydney, Australia.
McGOWAN, DENNIS J. 1937-2009.
McGRATH, TOM [THOMAS F. McGRATH]. ca.1954- .
To Home We Come. Add [California]
McGRAW, HUGH (PATRICK). 1903-1953. Born in Hendon, England; died in Willesden, Middlesex. (Correcting the dates.)
Little White Lies. TV movie: BBC, 1998 (scw: Trevor Preston; dir: Philip Saville)
McGREGOR, ROY. Magazine writer and newspaper reporter and editor.
MacILWAINE, HERBERT C. ca.1859-1916. (Correcting last name spelling.)
McILWRAITH, BILL. 1928- . (Correcting dates; deleting proposed full name.)
McINTIRE, MARGUERITE (GERTRUDE PEARMAN). 1902-1984. (Deleting question marks.)
McIVER, LILY. 1892(?)-1948(?).
-The Dynamite Ship. Add [ship]
McKAY, WILLIAM. Correct to: MacKAY, WILLIAM. 1846- . Born in Belfast, Ireland; a journalist in London.
-The Popular Idol. Bentley, 1876 [Ireland]
McKEE-WRIGHT, APRIL. Delete reference to April Hersey.
Dark Frontier. [Europe]
McMURRY, SARAH L. Francesco P(aul) Lualdi, 1918-2010.
McQUEEN, JUSTUS ELLIS. 1927- .
-The Battlefield Mystery. [WWI]
-Devil-May-Care Dexter. [WWI]
-The Fighting Imposter. [WWI]
King of Spies. [WWI]
MACE, MERLDA. Madeleine McCoy, 1898(?)-1986(?). (Changing the dates.)
MACKIN, RICK. Michael William Kasner, 1941-2008.
MANTLE, WINIFRED LANGFORD. 1911-1983.
MARCH, JERMYN. Dorothy Anna Maria Webb, 1875-1957. (Correcting the dates.)
MARGOLIN, PHILIP M(ICHAEL)
Gone, But Not Forgotten. TV movie: Lifetime, 2006 (scw: Steven H. Berman; dir: Armand Mastroianni)
MARX, ARTHUR. 1921-2011.
MAXWELL, HERBERT. W(illiam) J(oseph) Lomax, 1863-1929.
Black Shadow No. 1 [U.S.]
-China Patrol. [China]
MEYER, DONNA. 1945- .
MICHAELS, SIDNEY (RAMON). 1927-2011.
MILLS, HELEN P.
-Francisco Gerardo; or, The Pirate’s Lieutenant. Star Spangled Banner (Boston), 1848
MITCHELL, IAN. ca.1945- .
MITCHELL, JAMES (WILLIAM). 1926-2002.
MONMOUTH, JACK. William Leonard Pember, 1899-1981. (Correcting the dates.)
MOORCOCK, MICHAEL (JOHN)
The Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius. Alison, 1976; Dale pb, 1979 ss (all with JC): Dead Singers \ The Delhi Diversion \ The Entropy Circuit \ The Longford Cup \ The Nature of the Catastrophe \ The Peking Junction \ Sea Wolves \ The Sunset Perspective \ The Swastika Set-Up \ The Tank Trapeze \ Voortrekker
MORAY, DUGALD. Pseudonym of Dugald Matheson Cumming-Skinner, 1902- . Other pseudonyms: Donald Dane, Douglas Dundee, qq.v.
MORGAN, AL(BERT EDWARD). 1920-2011.
MORRIS, HUGH McEVOY. 1898-1959.
MUNRO, JAMES. James (William) Mitchell, 1926-2002.
NEENO, JOAN LENHERR. 1965- . Pseudonym: Joan Lenherr, q.v.
NEWTON, (WILFRID) DOUGLAS
The Jade-Green Garter. [England]
NORHAM, GERALD. Pseudonym of J. W. G. James. (Correction.)
The Last Big Job. SC: Insp. Henry Christie
One Dead Witness. SC: Insp. Henry Christie
OPENSHAW, GEORGE H. Add pseudonym: Duncan Sterne, q.v.
ORBISON, KECK. Maud (Moore) Keck, 1876-1967.
ORBISON, OLIVE. Maud (Moore) Keck, 1876-1967.
OSGOOD, IRENE. ca.1869-1922. Delete reference to Irene Harvey. Born Irene De Belot near Richmond, Virginia; married someone named Osgood, then Charles Piggot Harvey, then Robert Sherard.
OSTY, JEAN PIERRE LUCIEN. 1920-2011.
OSWALD, FREDERICK. Frederick Oswald Langley, 1883-1947.
OWEN, CHARLES. 1868-1933. (Correcting the dates.) Born in New Zealand; died in Melbourne, Australia.
-Captain Sheen. Add 
PACE, SUSAN ANN. 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
PALMER, JOHN F. J(OSEPH). 1874(?)-1928(?)
PANISCH, LEONARD S. 1950- . Pseudonym: Sam Leonard, q.v.
The Case of the Japanese Contract. [England]
The Case of the Prince’s Diary. [Bombay]
The Euston Road Mystery. [London]
The Riddle of the Prince’s Stooge. [London]
The Riddle of the Rajah’s Curios. [France]
The Secret of the Sinister Farm. [England]
PEACOCK, DENNIS (MAXIMILLIAN CORNELIUS WOODRUFFE). 1891-1964. (Correcting birth date.)
PEEL, FREDERICK ARTHUR. 1888-1975. Born in Dewsbury, England; died in Hull. Charles Siddle, 1892-1975.
PELLA, JUDITH. 1936- . (Correcting birth date.) Ref: CA.
PEMBER, WILLIAM LEONARD. 1899-1981. Born in Monmouthshire, England; died in Somerset. (Corrections.)
The Perfect Wife. [England, France]
PFALZGRAF, FLORENCE LEIGHTON [FLORENCE LEIGHTON PFALZGRAF KERN]. 1902-1997.
PHILLIPS, MICHAEL R(AY). Judith Pella, 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
PLIMMER, JOHN F(REDERICK). ca.1938- .
POLLOCK, IDA. 1908- . Pseudonym: Barbara Rowan, q.v.
POTTER, (RONALD) JEREMY
The Mystery of the Campden Wonder. (Title correction.) [England, ca.1660]
PROBERT, ADAM. Josephine Tsaligopoulos. (Correction.)
Crime in the Arcade. Delete SC
QUIGLEY, QUIGTON. Pseudonym of Albert W. Bagg.
Holcomb’s Retreat. Albert W. Bagg pb (Detroit), 1874 (49 pp.) (Intended for younger readers.) [England]
RAIFE, RAYMOND. Pseudonym of Benjamin Hayward.
The Sheik’s White Slave. Sampson Low (London), 1895; Lovell (New York), 1895
RAVEN, CHARLES. Pseudonym of Maurice (Lane) Richardson, 1907-1978, q.v.
READ, ELIZABETH. On staff of the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin in the 1930s.
REEKIE, DOUGLAS. 1900-1968. Short story writer and Fleet Street journalist. Probable pseudonym: Sanford Lock, q.v.
REEVE, CHRISTOPHER. Dorothy Anna Maria Webb, 1875-1957. (Correcting the dates.)
RENAUD, JEAN-JOSEPH. 1873-1953. (Corrected dates.)
RENN, CHRIS. Pseudonym of John Tillman Lyle, 1934-1998. Born in Harris County, Texas; died in Los Angeles.
RHODES, EVAN H. 1929-2010.
RICHARDSON, MAURICE (LANE). Pseudonym: Charles Raven, q.v.
RICKMAN, PHIL(IP). ca.1950- .
RIDGEWAY, PHILIP. 1920-1983.
ROBBINS, THOMAS L. 1927- . Pseudonym: Victory Lance, q.v.
ROBIN, E. GALLIENNE
Philippe: A Story of the Channel Islands. Bigwood (Jersey, Channel Islands), ca.1920.
ROBINSON, BONNIE J. 1943(?)-2009(?).
ROBINSON, LEWIS (GEORGE). 1886-1950.
ROPER, ALLEN GEORGE. 1887-1957. Pseudonym: John Glyder, q.v.
ROSEN, NORMA (MILLICENT GANGEL) STAHL. (Giving complete name.)
ROWAN, BARBARA. Pseudonym of Ida Pollock, 1908- . Born Ida Julia Crowe in Lewisham, England.
RUDKIN, THOMAS JAMES. 1900-1994(?). (Changing death date.)
RUNYON, (ALFRED) DAMON
Blue Plate Special. TV movie (based on “Three Wise Guys”): USA, 2005, as Three Wise Guys (scw: Lucky Gold; dir: Robert Iscove)
RUSHTON, CHARLES. Charles Rushton Shortt, 1904-1981. Born and died in Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
SABATO, ERNEST R. 1911-2011.
ST. CLAIR, DEXTER. Nathaniel Prentice Winchell, Jr. (Adding first name.)
ST. CLARE, DEXTER. Nathaniel Prentice Winchell, Jr. (Adding first name.)
SANGSTER, PAUL (EDWIN). 1927-2010. Born in Conway, England; Headmaster at Kent College.
SAYCE, CONRAD H(ARVEY). 1888-1935.
Golden Buckles. McCubbin (Melbourne), 1920 [Australia]
SCHREDER, JOAN. Pseudonym: Ross Killinger, q.v.
SCOTT, JACK S. Pseudonym of Jack Leonard Escott, 1920-1987. Other pseudonym: Jonathan Escott, q.v. (Correction.)
SELLICKS, LESLIE EDWARD. 1902-1949.
SENNOCKE, T. J. R. Thomas James Rudkin, 1900-1994(?). (Changing death date.)
SEUFFERT, MURIEL MARY. Probably born Muriel Mary Faulkner in Canada; died in Chilton and South Bucks, Buckinghamshire, England.
SHARAM, KATE [KATHLEEN E. FURNIVALL SHARAM]. 1947- . Born in Penarth, Wales; wife of Norman K. Sharam, 1932- , q.v.
SHARAM, NORMAN K. 1932- . Born in Bromley, Kent; married to Kate Sharam, 1947- , q.v.
SHAW, DICK. Add pseudonym: Duncan Sterne, q.v.
Avenger of the Skies. [India]
The Racketeer Wreckers. [Chicago]
-The Secret of the Jungle Tank. [Peru]
SHORTT, CHARLES RUSHTON. 1904-1981.
SIDDLE, CHARLES. 1892-1975. Died in Lancashire. Frederick Arthur Peel, 1888-1975.
SIDDONS, (SIBYL) ANNE RIVERS
The House Next Door. TV movie: Lifetime, 2006 (scw: Suzette Couture; dir: Jeff Woolnough)
The Friend of Madame Maigret; see Madame Maigret’s Friend
Madame Maigret’s Friend. Also published as: The Friend of Madame Maigret. Penguin pb, 2003
SIMSON, ERIC ANDREW. 1895-1956.
SINGTON, PATRICK. Correct to: SINGTON, PHILIP. 1962- . Gary Humphreys, 1959- .
SLINGSBY, RUFUS. Charles Siddle, 1892-1975. Frederick Arthur Peel, 1888-1975.
SMILEY, JANE (FLORENCE GRAVES). (Adding the middle name.)
SMITH, C. I. D. Pseudonym.
A Gun for Delilah. [Northern Ireland]
SOMMERFIELD, JOHN. 1908-1991.
SOUTHNEY, LYN. Pseudonym of Peter Cheyney, 1896-1951, q.v
SPENCER, SALLY. Delete reference to “wife of John Garcia Woods”.
SPETTIGUE, H(ARRIET) H(ELLYAR). 1858-1939.
STEED, NEVILLE. Norman K. Sharam, 1932- .
STERLING, STEWART. Modified beginning of biographical sketch: Pseudonym of Nathaniel Prentice Winchell, Jr., 1895-1976. Born in Evanston, Illinois; died in Tallahassee, Florida; worked for an advertising agency, then newspaper man...
STERNE, DUNCAN. Pseudonym of George H. Openshaw. Other pseudonym: Dick Shaw, q.v.
STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. TV movie: IDN, 2008, as Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (scw: Paul B. Margolis; dir: Paolo Barzman)
STEWARD, KENNETH LIVINGSTONE. 1894-1972. Pseudonym: Kenneth Livingston Stewart, q.v.
STEWART, KENNETH LIVINGSTON. Pseudonym of Kenneth Livingstone Steward, 1894-1972. Born in Blackheath, London, England; died in Tonbridge Wells.
STEWART, GORDON NEIL. 1912-1999.
STONE, (EDMUND) AUSTIN (ARTHUR). 1904-1979. Born in Chelsea, London; died in Worcester, England..
SULLIVAN, THOMAS RUSSELL. Born and died in Boston; author and dramatist.
SYMMONS, DR. SARAH. 1961- .
SYMONS, BERYL (MARY ELIZABETH GOLDIE-TAUBMAN). 1873-1958. Born in Marylebone, London, England; married Adolphe Symons in 1901; died in Kensington, London.
TENNANT, KYLIE [KYLIE TENNANT RODD]. 1912-1988.
-Ma Jones and the Little White Cannibals. Macmillan (London), 1967 [Australia]
THOMAS, (DAVID) CRAIG (OWEN). 1942-2011. SC: Mitchell Gant (correction; not Michael Grant).
THOMPSON, MAURICE. 1844-1901. Birth name: James Madison Thompson, in Indiana. A lawyer.
A Banker of Bankersville. Cassell (New York), 1886; Maxwell (London), 1887
TIK-TOK. Thomas O. Killgrove, 1921-2010.
TOMLINSON, ELLA EMELINE.1868-1932.
TORKELSON, LAYNE [LAYNE VICKERS TORKELSON SMITH]. ca.1944- .
TOURGEE, ALBION (WINEGAR). Born in Williamsfield, Ohio; died in Bordeaux, France.
-Button’s Inn. Roberts Bros. (Boston), 1887
With Gauge and Swallow, Attorneys. ss (originally published in Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine on the dates indicated): A Bill of Discovery (May 1888) \ A Conflict Between Church and State (September 1888) \ A Dissolving View (July 1889) \ How I Became the Widow’s Attorney (October 1888) \ A Legal Impressionist (June 1889) \ The Letter and the Spirit (March 1888) \ The “Long Vacation” (August 1889) \ “Missionary Joe” (February 1889) \ A New Aryan Mine vs. Nobles \ Professor Cadmus’s Great Case (December 1887) \ A Retriever in Cupid’s Court (February 1888) \ A Shattered Idol (June 1888) \ An Unlawful Honor (January 1888)
TRAIN, ELIZABETH PHIPPS
- A Social Highwayman. (Note: The British edition contains a second story, “ A Professional Beauty,” which was separately published in the U.S.: Lippincott, 1896.) (Correction.)
TREBOR. Pseudonym of Robert S. Davis.
As It May Happen. Porter & Coates (Philadelphia), 1879 [Pennsylvania]
TREEBY, ETHEL. 1878(?)- .
TRENT, DOYLE (L.). 1925- .
Tombstone Lode. Zebra, 1986 [West]
TSAHGOPOULOS, JOSEPHIU. Correct to; TSALIGOPOULOS, JOSEPHINE. 1971- .
The Affair of Danny the “Dip”. [London]
The Case of the Missing Nazi. [London]
The Crime at Fenton Towers. [England]
The Motor Coach Mystery. [London]
The Mystery of the Rio Star. [Rio de Janeiro]
The Secret of the Snows. [Arctic]
ULLMANN, BERNARD. 1923-2008. Pseudonym: Daniel Larany, q.v.
VACZEK, LOUIS (CHARLES)
The Golden Calf. Sloane, 1955
VAN DER ELST, VIOLET (ANNE). Born in Feltham, Middlesex. (Correction.) Birth name: Violet Anne Dodge; second marriage was to Jean Van Der Elst.
VAN DYKE, JULIUS. Delete entry (book moved to Anonymous and apparently actually written by one Stanley Van Wyck.
VAN GREENAWAY, PETER. This was the form of name used by Peter Greenaway, 1929-1988.
VAN WYCK, STANLEY. Apparently a pseudonym; see Anonymous (“The Black Market Murders”).
VILHJALMSSON, THOR. 1925-2011. Icelandic writer.
-Justice Undone. Mare’s Nest pb (London), 1995 (Translation of “Gramosinn Gloir.” Iceland, 1986.) [Iceland, 1800s]
VINCENT, CLAIRE. Miriam (Esther Downey) Lynch, 1905-1989.
WALLACE, MARY. Miriam (Esther Downey) Lynch, 1905-1989.
WALSH, PAUL E(RNEST). 1928-1969.
WALWORTH, MANSFIELD TRACY
Married in Mask. (Deleting the dash.) [New York City]
WEBB, DOROTHY ANNA MARIA. 1875-1957. (Correcting the dates.)
WEDLAKE, GEORGE E(ARDLEY) C(HESTER). 1897-1978. Born in Lewisham, England; died in Somerset.
WELLEN, EDWARD (PAUL). 1919-2011.
WHELTON, PAUL (FRANCIS). 1894-1953. Born in Dorchester (Boston), Massachusetts; died in Boston; worked for the Boston Journal and the Boston American.
WHITE, HERBERT MARMADUKE. 1868-1947.
Love Trap. British title: Right for Murder. Boardman, 1957
Right for Murder; see Love Trap
WHITEHEAD, BARBARA (MAUDE). 1930-2011.
WIAT, PHILIPPA. Pseudonym of Philippa Ferridge, 1923- . (Correcting birth date.) Birth name: Betty M. Wyatt; born in Surrey, England.
WILD, RICHARD HOLT. 1917-2005. Pseudonym: Richard Holt, q.v.
WILLIAMS, GORDON M(acLEAN). Pseudonym: Jack Lang, q.v.
WILLS, C(HARLES) J(AMES). Born in Chichester, Sussex, England; died in Steyning, Sussex; graduate of London University Medical School; was medical officer of Her Majesty’s Telegraph Department in Persia.
Her Dead Hand; see His Sister’s Hand
His Sister’s Hand. Griffith (London), 1892. Also published as: Her Dead Hand. Routledge (London), 1906
WILSON, LANFORD. 1937-2011.
-The Big Shot from Nowhere. [U.S.]
The Boxing Convict. [U.S.]
Doomed to the Big House. [U.S.]
Fighters of the Ming Fu Menace. [Far East]
Zoom–The Racing Speed Cop. [U.S.]
WINCHELL, NATHANIEL PRENTICE, JR. (Adding first name.)
WINSOR, G(EORGE) McLEOD. 1856-1939. Born in Gateshead, England; died in Middlesex.
WINTER, JOHN STRANGE. Born in York, Yorkshire, England, and educated there; died in Middlesex, London, England.
-A Magnificent Young Man. White (London), 1895; Lippincott (Philadelphia), 1896
WOODARD, REBECCA ELIZABETH [REBECCA ELIZABETH WOODARD SLATTERY]. Pseudonym: Betty L’Ursula, q.v.
Murder Got Married. [Australia]
WYLDE, MRS. HENRY
In Quest of a Name. Tower (London), 1895
Wilful Murder. Correct publication date to: 1946
YUILL, P. B. Pseudonym of Gordon M(acLean) Williams: Jack Lang, q.v.
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