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-Fighting Through. Delete (not adult crime fiction)
The Wild Goose of Limerick. Hutchinson, 1926; Brentano’s, 1926 [Istanbul]
ABULI, E(NRIQUE) SANCHEZ. 1945- . SC: Luca Torelli (The Torpedo), in all titles, all graphic novel translations, all set in New York City in 1936.
Torpedo 1936. Volume 1. Catalan pb, 1984
Torpedo 1936. Volume 2. Catalan pb, 1985
Torpedo 1936. Volume 3. Catalan pb, 1986
Torpedo 1936. Volume 4. Catalan pb, 1987
Torpedo 1936. Volume 5. Catalan pb, 1988
Torpedo 1936. Volume 6. Catalan pb, 1990
Torpedo 1936. Volume 7. Catalan pb, 1991
ADSHEAD, MRS. HILDA C. Correct to: ADSHEAD, CHARLOTTE HILDA RIGBY. 1867-1926.
Assault Force: O’Reilly. [Johannesburg]
Flowers of Fate. Amalgamated pb, n.d. [England]
ANDERSON, EDWARD (EWELL). 1905-1969. (Correcting birth date.)
ANDREWS, SPIKE. House name. (Correction.)
Cult of the Damned. (by Duane R. Schermerhorn, 1946- , q.v.)
Kidnap Hotel. (by George Ryan.)
Tower of Blood. (by Duane R. Schermerhorn, 1946- , q.v.)
Blanche Langdale, the Outlaw’s Bride. Lloyd, 1847 [England]
The Four Pools Mystery. See: Jean Webster, 1876-1916.
-The Last Drop of ‘68. Hodges (Dublin), 1885 (by “An Irish Brumwellian.”)
The Robber Chieftain. Duffy (Dublin), 1857
ANTHONY, LEW. William Marshall, 1939- . Robert L. Miller, 1940- .
APRIL, STEVE. Pseudonym of Leonard S. Zinberg, 1911-1968. Other pseudonym: Ed Lacy, q.v.
Route 13. Funk, 1954 [New York City]
ARMSTRONG, CAPTAIN F(RANCIS) CLAUDIUS. 1800-1872.
The Warhawk. Ward Lock, 1885 [Ireland, London, Turin, 1688-1715]
The Sinister Widow. [London] Delete SC Dick Mason
ARNAUD, GEORGES. Show full name as Henri Georges Charles Achille Girard.
ASHTON, CHARLES (HENRY). 1884-1968. Silent film actor turned crime writer.
All That Glistens. Delete (probably a pre-publication title for A Gilded Frame, q.v.)
When the Sky Falls. [England] SC: John Radmell
BAILLIE-SAUNDERS, MARGARET (ELSIE CROWTHER)
Under the Fanlight. Hutchinson, 1932 [London]
BAKER, H(ENRY) BARTON. 1836-1906. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Bristol, England; died in Tonbridge, Kent, England.
BAKER, IDA. 1953- . Pseudonym: Ida-Rose Mead, q.v.
BAPTIST, FATHER. Pseudonym of Richard Baptist O’Brien, 1809-1885.
-Ailey Moore. Dolman (London), 1856 [Ireland]
BARCLAY, BEN. Pseudonym of Neville F. Stack, 1932- .
BARNE, KITTY. Working byline of Marion Catherine Barne Streatfeild, 1883-1961. Born in Richmond, Surrey, England; died in Dartford, Kent, England.
The East Holidays. Heinemann, 1935. U.S. title: Secret of the Sand Hills. Dodd, 1949 (Intended for younger readers.)
BARNETT, GLYN. SC: Victor Laforte, at least in those titles marked VL.
The Call Box Mystery. Add SC VL
Death Calls Three Times. Add SC VL
The Dog Can Always Bite. Show publication date as: 1949
BARRETT, J. G. Pseudonym: Erigena, q.v.
BARRY, PATRICK J.
Brennon’s Revenge. Stockwell, 1930 [New York City, Ireland]
BARSTOW, STAN(LEY). 1928-2011.
Murderer’s Row. [San Francisco, Reno]
BAYNE, ISABELLA. Pseudonym of: Isabella Florence Powell, 1913-2001. (Correction.)
BAYNE-POWELL, ISABELLA. Pseudonym of Isabella Florence Powell, 1913-2001. (Correction.)
Five Guilty Men. Show as pb
BERRY, EDWARD PAYSON. 1867-1939.
Where the Tides Meet. Arena Publishing (Boston), 1893 [New York City]
BIGGERS, EARL DERR
The Agony Column. (Note: An Avon pb, 1951, contains only the two novelets.)
BIRMINGHAM, GEORGE A.
Over the Border. [Dublin]
BLAIR, EMMA. Iain Blair, 1942-2011.
BLAIR, IAIN. 1942-2011.
Apple of Discord. [Turkey]
BLAZEY, (CLARA) WINIFRED. 1892-1964. Born in Fulham, England, died in London. (Corrections.)
Dora Beddoe. Joseph, 1936
The Camden Ruby Murder. Show British edition as: The Campden Ruby Murder
The Campden Ruby Murder; see The Camden Ruby Murder
BLOODWORTH, MARK (D.). 1963- .
Night Streets. Caliber pb, 1990 (Graphic novel; 2 volumes.)
BLOOM, URSULA (HARVEY)
-Pack Mule. Hutchinson, 1931 [England]
BODKIN, M(ATTHIAS) McDONNELL
Guilty or Not Guilty? [Ireland]
The Dog and Duck Mystery. Correct publication date to: 1931
BOND, EVELYN. Delete reference to Jess Wilcox.
BONHAM, MARGARET [MARGARET EDITH BONHAM GRIFFITHS BAZALGETTE KIMBER]. 1913-1991. Born in Kingston, England; died in Honiton, Devonshire. (Corrections.)
BOOTH, EDWARD CHARLES. 1872-1954. Pseudonym: Edward Rathbone, q.v.
BORGHI, DOUGLAS STEFEN. 1950- . Pseudonym: Boston Teran, q.v.
BOYD, ERIC FORBES [ERIC ROUALLEYN FORBES-BOYD]. Show name thus.
BRAHAM, HAL. 1910-1993. Birth name: Harold Abraham. Born in Chicago; died in San Diego.
Danger Unlimited; see Welcome to Danger
Welcome to Danger. Foley House (London), 1949. U.S. title: Danger Unlimited. Dodd, 1948 (Intended for younger readers.)
Dr. Kildare’s Search. Dodd, 1943; Hodder, 1945 Novelets: Dr. Kildare’s Hardest Case \ Dr. Kildare’s Search
BRAUN, LILIAN JACKSON. 1913-2011.
A Case of Art Failure. [England] No SC
Island of Fear. [New Zealand]
Murder in the Map Room. [England] No SC
Captain Satan! (Deleting the dash.) [U.S.]
Out of the Darkness. Metropolitan (Dublin), 1945 [Ireland]
BRENT, A. D. John Stephen Glasby, 1928-2011.
-May Flavin. Farrar, 1938
BRINKWORTH, WILLIAM IAN. 1914-2000. Pseudonym: Ian Brook, q.v.
BRITTAINE, REV. GEORGE. 1790-1847.
-The Election. Tims (Dublin), 1840 [Ireland]
-Irishmen and Irishwomen. Tims (Dublin), 1830 [Ireland]
BROME, (HERBERT) VINCENT
The Day of Destruction. Cassell, 1974 [New York City]
The Happy Hostage. [England]
BROOK, IAN. Pseudonym of William Ian Brinkworth, 1914-2000. Born in India to British parents; was District Officer in West Nigeria.
BROOKS, (WILLIAM) COLLIN. Add: born in Carlisle, England; educated at Southport; editor of “Truth”; authority on financial affairs.
Lady Hobo. Coward, 1935
BROWN, HORACE. Note: The two books below are not the same novel.
The Corpse Was a Blonde. Boardman pb, 1950
The Penthouse Killings. News Stand pb, 1950 [New York City]
BURFORD, ROGER d’ESTE. 1904-1981. Pseudonym: Roger East, q.v.
BURKE, RICHARD (WILLIS). Change biographical note to read: Born in Los Angeles; a typesetter who worked for some 60 different newspapers; theatrical photographer, Shakespearean actor, and world traveler.
BURNHAM, DAVID. 1907-1987. (Correcting death date.) Born in Chicago; graduate of Princeton University; served in WWII as an intelligence officer; author of novels, articles and plays.
Hard-Boiled Defective Stories. Add British edition: Penguin, 1990 comic strips: Bone Voyage \ Dead Meat \ Living in the Ice Age \ Love in Vein \ Robot Love
BUTT, ISAAC. 1813-1879.
Chapters of College Romance. Skeet (London), 1863 ss (with some crime): The Billiard Table \ The Mariner’s Son \ The Murdered Fellow \ Reading for Honours \ The Sizar
C., W. A. A Canadian writer.
Mick Tracy, the Irish Scripture Reader; or, The Martyred Convert and the Priest. Partridge (London), 1863 [Ireland]
Aquarius Mission. Add U.S. edition, listing first: Bantam pb, 1978
CAMPBELL, APRIL (APRIL CAMPBELL JONES). 1952- . See: Bruce (Eliot) Jones, 1944- .
CAMPBELL, HAZEL (MARY FAITH)
The Burqa. [ship]
The Makra Mystery. [India]
CAMPBELL, MARINA. Pseudonym of Anne Harrex, 1941- .
CANNELL, CHARLES HENRY. 1882-1947. Also known as (and death registered as): Charles Henry Vivian. Pseudonym: E(velyn) Charles Vivian, q.v.
-The Vampire of the Andes. Correct publisher to: Jarrolds
CAREY, ELIZABETH. 1887-1964. (Deleting question marks.) Taught at Michigan State Normal School, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
CARLETON, MARJORIE (CHALMERS). Born in Michigan, daughter of a minister; graduate of Smith College.
The Black Baronet; see Red Hall; or, The Baronet’s Daughter
-Red Hall; or, The Baronet’s Daughter. Saunders (London), 1852. Also published as: The Black Baronet; or, The Chronicles of Ballytrain. Duffy (Dublin), 1858 [Ireland]
CARLISLE, HENRY (COFFIN). 1926-2011.
Cock Crow. [England]
Shade of the Moon. (Title correction.)
CARROLL, MALACHY GERARD. 1918- .
-The Stranger. Mercier (Ireland), 1951 [Ireland]
CARROLL, PATRICK J(OSEPH). 1876-1959.
-Mastery of Tess. Ave Maria (Indiana), 1935 [Ireland]
The Xanadu Program. [England]
CASE, ROBERT ORMOND. Add: moved to Oregon as a child; graduate of University of Oregon; served in the U.S Army in WWI; spent most of his life in Portland; author of 14 books and over 200 novelettes, mostly westerns; received a Peabody award for radio scripts of “Song of Columbia;” died in Oakland, California.
The Black City. Cape, 1952; Dutton, 1953 [Belfast, 1935]
CEMLYN-JONES, E(LIAS) W(YNNE), 1888-1966, and FRANK OWEN, 1905-1979.
Red Rainbow. Hutchinson, 1932 [Russia]
-The Magician’s Wife. Catalan pb, 1987 (Graphic novel.)
CHAZE, (LEWIS) ELLIOTT. (Correcting name spelling.)
The Winds of Pentecost. [ship, Mediterranean Island]
CHIDESTER, ANN. 1919-2002. Born in Stillwater, Minnesota; married Dr. John O’Meara in 1956; died in Dublin, Ireland.
-The Long Year. Scribners, 1946; Jarrolds, 1950 [Minnesota]
The ABC Murders. TV movie: France 2, 2009, as Les Meurtres ABC (scw: Anne Giafferi; dir: Eric Woreth)
Cat Among the Pigeons. TV movie: France 2, 2010, as Le Chat et les Souris (scw: Thierry Debroux; dir: Eric Woreth)
Five Little Pigs. TV movie: France 2, 2011, as Cinq Petits Cochons (scw: Sylvie Simon; dir: Eric Woreth)
Ordeal by Innocence. TV movie: France 2, 2009, as Am Stram Gram (scw: Syvlie Simon; dir: Stephane Kappes)
Peril at End House. TV movie: France 2, 2009, as Le Maison du Peril (dir: Eric Woreth)
Sad Cypress. TV movie: France 2, 2010, as Je ne Suis pas Coupable (scw: Thierry Debroux; dir: Eric Woreth)
Taken at the Flood. TV movie: France 2, 2011, as Le Flux et le Reflux (scw: Sylvie Simon; dir: Eric Woreth)
CLARKE, LAURENCE (AYSCOUGH BOLAND). Name once given as Lawrence Clarke Boland Ayscough (!), in immigration registration on island of Jersey.
CLEARY, C. P.
Death in the Life Department. SC: Oscar Rafferty
CLINE, LEONARD (LANSON, JR.). Born in Bay City, Michigan; died in New York City; reporter for the Detroit Times and Baltimore Sun; playwright and poet; wrote the novel listed while serving a year in prison for manslaughter; published pulp magazine stories under the pseudonym Alan Forsyth.
CLINTON, DANIEL JOSEPH. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; died in Santa Barbara, California.
COATES, H. J.
-The Weird Woman of the Wraagh; or, Burton and Le Moore. Newman (London), 1830 [Ireland, 1783]
COMLEY, JOHN. 1931- . Born in Swindon, Wiltshire; a school teacher.
The Border Men. Heinemann, 1961 [Northern Ireland]
A Light in the Sky. Heinemann, 1959 [Dublin]
Rude Earth. Dent, 1934 [Ireland]
CONNOR, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Una Troy (Walsh), 1910-1993.
-Dead Star’s Light. Methuen, 1936 [Ireland]
CONNOR, JOHN DAVID. David C(harles) Miller, 1931-2010.
CONWAY, RANDALL. John Stephen Glasby, 1928-2011.
CONYERS, DOROTHEA (SMYTH)
-Gulls at Rossnacorey. Hutchinson, 1939 [Ireland]
-Kicking Foxes. Hutchinson, 1948 [England, Ireland]
-Managing Ariadne. Hutchinson, 1931 [Ireland]
-Phil’s Castle. Hutchinson, 1937 [Ireland]
COOPER, RODERICK. SC: William Pitt = WP.
No Place for a Tickle. Add SC WP [England]
The Patsy Prize. [England]
The Tennyson Code. Add SC WP [Isle of Wight]
All Brides Are Beautiful. [Venice] (Setting correction.)
COTTAR, GUY. Born and educated in New Zealand; his varied army career began with the Hampshire Regiment in 1901 and included service in South Africa, Japan, the Balkans, France, Serbia, Salonika, Palestine and Egypt.
COTTRELL, (IDA) DOROTHY (OTTLEY). (Correction.) Add: died in Homestead, Florida.
COVERDALE, HARRY. See also: John Paul Seabrooke.
CROWTHER, BRUCE (IAN)
Black Wednesday. [France, Germany, England]
Unholy Alliance. [Mediterranean Island]
CROZIER, KATHLEEN MURIEL (EYLES). Delete.
CUNNINGHAM, LOWELL. 1959- .
The Men in Black. Malibu pb, 1990 (Graphic novel.)
CURTIS, ROBERT H.
Curiosities of Detection; or, The Sea-Coast Station and other tales. [Ireland]
The Colour of Blood. Add SC: Lucy Sedgwick
Guilty Knowledge. Add SC: Lucy Sedgwick
DALLAS, CAPTAIN (OSWALD CECIL DAVID DONALD). ca.1854-1942. Born in Edinburgh; a career soldier, served in the South African constabulary, saw active duty in the Boer War, and latterly served in New Zealand; died in Buckinghamshire. (Correction.)
DANIELS, J(EFFREY) R(OBERT). 1938- . (Correcting first name spelling.)
DAUDET, ERNEST. 1837-1921.
The Apostate. Appleton, 1889 [Paris] (Translation of “Defroque.” Paris, 1882.)
The Golden Lode. [Canada]
DAVIDSON, MURIEL (FRIEDLAND). Born in St. Paul, Minnesota; died in Benedict Canyon, California.
A Fever in the Blood [England]
DAWE, (WILLIAM) CARLTON (LANYON)
The Green Killer. [London]
DAWSON, ANTHONY DALSTON. 1927- .
DEACON, W(ILLIAM) F(REDERICK)
The Exile of Erin; or, The Sorrows of a Bashful Irishman. (Title correction.)
DeBRESSY, DENISE. Pseudonym: Denyse Mai, q.v.
DEBRETT, HAL. Kathleen Rollins Dresser, 1891-1977.
DELPIT, ALBERT. 1849-1893.
As ‘Tis in Life. Welch (New York), 1890. Also published as: The Struggle for Existence; or, As ‘Tis in Life. Waverly (New York), 1890 (Translation of “Comme Dans la Vie.” Paris, 1890.)
The Struggle for Existence; see As ‘Tis in Life
DE WIL, ERNEST
The Brookham Mystery. [Ireland]
Cabal. TV movie: BBC, 2011 (scw: Simon Burke; dir: Christopher Menaul)
Ratking. TV movie: BBC, 2011 (scw: Simon Burke; dir: Jon Jones)
Vendetta. TV movie: BBC, 2011 (scw: Simon Burke; dir: John Alexander
DILLON, MRS. O’SHEA. 1839-1905.
-Dark Rosaleen. Tinsley (London), 1884 [Ireland]
DONCASTER, (FREDERICK) PATRICK
A Sigh for a Drum-Beat. [Belfast, 1940]
-Valley of Mist. Hutchinson, 1927 [Ireland]
The Murder Hole Road. Add [England, ca.1800]
DRATLER, JAY J.
The Pitfall. Correct publisher to: Crowell
DRESSER, DAVIS. Kathleen Rollins Dresser, 1891-1977.
DRESSER, KATHLEEN ROLLINS. 1891-1977. Born in Dothan, Alabama; died in Gambier, Ohio.
DUFF, DOUGLAS V(ALDER). Pseudonym: Peter Wickloe, q.v.
DUNN, J(OSEPH) ALLAN (ELPHINSTONE) DUNN. Add pseudonym: Joseph Montague, q.v.
EAST, ROGER. Pseudonym of Roger d’Este Burford, 1904-1981, q.v. SC: Jack Mors = JM.
Kingston Black. SC: JM
Pearl Choker. (Title correction: no “The”)
The Pin Men. SC: JM
ECKERT, ALLAN W(ESLEY). 1931-2011.
EDEN, DOROTHY (ENID)
Never Call It Loving. Delete (not crime fiction)
EDSON, J(OHN) T(HOMAS)
Blonde Genius. SC: Amanda Tweedle
EISNER, WILL(IAM ERWIN). 1917-2005.
The Spirit Casebook. Kitchen Sink pb, 1990 (Graphic novel.)
ELLIS, RON(ALD WALTER)
Murder First Glass. [England]
ELVESTAD, SVEN. Pseudonym and/or adopted name of Kristofer Elvestad Svensen.
ENEFER, DOUGLAS (STALLARD)
The Deadline Dolly. [London, Rome, New York]
ERIGENA. Pseudonym of J. G. Barrett.
Evelyn Clare; or, The Wrecked Homesteads. Richardson (England), 1870 [Ireland]
Young Detective. Macmillan pb (London), 1991 (English-as-a-second-language reader.)
EVANS, VICE ADMIRAL E(DWARD) R(ATCLIFFE) G(ARTH) R(USSELL). Served for many years, in many places, in many commands, in the Royal Navy; later Rector of Aberdeen University, and Regional Commissioner for London in the civil defense scheme in WWII.
EVANS, FRANK HOWEL [FRANCIS HOWEL EVANS].
EVANS, JOHN P. John B. Mannion, 1931-2009.
EYLES, LEONORA [MARGARET LEONORA PITCAIRN EYLES MURRAY]. New biographical sketch: born Margaret Leonora Pitcairn in Swindon, England; married Alfred William Eyles in Australia; she came back to England and her husband deserted her after the birth of two more children; she divorced him in 1924 and married David Leslie Murray in 1928, but kept using the Eyles byline; died in Hampstead, London.
FARNHAM, MATEEL HOWE. 1883-1957. Daughter of Edgar Watson Howe, 1853-1937, q.v.
-Ex-Love. Dodd, 1937
FAY, THEODORE S(EDGWICK). 1807-1898.
-Norman Leslie. Harper, 1835 [New York City]
FEARN, C. EATON. 1899-1963.
FERGUSON, W(ILLIAM) B(LAIR) M(ORTON)
-Black Bread. [Ireland]
FERRER, MIGUEL (JOSE). 1955- . See: Billy Mumy [Charles William Mumy, Jr., 1954- .]
FITZGERALD, NIGEL. Born in Charleville, County Cork, Ireland; educated at Clongowes Wood College and Trinity College Dublin; studied law but became a repertory actor and then a teacher; served in WWII; a critic for Dublin daily and evening papers.
FLANNIGAN, KATHERINE MARY. 1872(?)-1954. Born in Belfast, Ireland; died in Canada.
-The Faith of Mrs. Kelleen. Coward, 1951; Allen (London), 1951 [Ireland, 1880s]
FLEMING, IAN (LANCASTER). See also: Jim Lawrence.
FLEMING, MAY AGNES (EARLY)
-Lord Rory; or, The Lord of Royal Rest. Henderson pb, 1882 [Ireland]
-The Star of De Vere; or, The Mysteries of Bantry Hall. Henderson pb, 1871 [Ireland]
FONTENAY, CHARLES L(OUIS). 1917-2007. Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil; died in St. Petersburg, Florida. SC: Kipton, in all titles, a 14-year-old girl at the beginning and a university student at the end; all titles in the Kipton Chronicles are science fiction mysteries set on Mars and intended for younger readers; all published by Royal Fireworks Press (Unionville, New York).
Kipton and Gruff. 1995
Kipton and the Android. 1997
Kipton and the Caves of Mars. 1998
Kipton and the Christmas Gift. 1997
Kipton and the Delusions of Tante Else. 1999
Kipton and the I Ching. 1997
Kipton and the Martian Maidens. 1999
Kipton and the Martian Olympic Games. 1999
Kipton and the Matter Transmitter. 1999
Kipton and the Monkey’s Uncle. 1996
Kipton and the Monorail Murder. 1999
Kipton and the Ovoid. 1996
Kipton and the Riddle of Sandstone. 1999
Kipton and the Tower of Time. 1996
Kipton and the Voodoo Curse. 1997
Kipton in Wonderland. 1996
Kipton on Phobos. 1999
Murder on Stage. 1996
FOWLER, KEITH. 1906-1973 (Deleting question marks.) Born in Wilmington, Delaware; graduated from the University of North Carolina; worked for magazines (The Tatler, The Social Arbiter) in New York; wrote for radio (Rudy Vallee’s show and “Lum and Abner”); wrote numerous scripts for TV sitcoms; died in Los Angeles.
FOY, GEORGE MICHELSEN. 1952- . Pseudonym: G. F. Michelsen, q.v.
FREDERIC, HAROLD. 1856-1898.
-Seth’s Brother’s Wife. Scribner’s (New York), 1887; Chatto (London), 1887
FREEMAN, JULIAN JAY. 1947- . Pseudonym: James Clerk Maxwell, M.D., q.v.
FURLONG, THOMAS B. 1930- . Born in Foxford, County Mayo, Ireland; educated at University College, Dublin.
The Time of the Murder, as by Tom Furlong. [Ireland]
GALLICO, PAUL (WILLIAM)
The Adventures of Hiram Holliday. (Note: The British edition gives the titles as follows: Crisis in London \ Death Notice in Berlin \ Duello in Rome \ Flight from Vienna \ Illusion in Prague \ Sanctuary in Paris.)
GAMBLE, FREDERICK (JOHN)
The Frightened One. [Belfast] (Setting correction.)
-A Man and a Half. [Belfast]
-My Coat is Travel-Stained. [Belfast]
GAMBLE, DR. JOHN. ca.1772-1831. Born in Strabane, Ireland.
Northern Irish Tales. Longman (London), 1818 ss (criminous = *): Lesley \ Nelson \ *Stanley
GARDNER, JOHN (EDMUND). See also: Mike Grell, 1947- .
GARSTON, GUY. Bernard John Hurren, 1907-1986. (Correcting birth date.)
GERARD, FRANCIS (EDWARD M.). (Giving name more completely.) Emigrated to South Africa and probably died there after ca.1968.
GIARDINO, VITTORIO. 1946- .
Cases from the Files of Sam Pezzo, P.I. Catalan pb, 1988 (Translation.) Graphic tales: The Jockey Rides / Shit City
GIBBS, HENRY (JOHN). 1909-1975. (Correcting real name.)
GILBERT, JAY. 1933- . Born in Northern Rhodesia; settled in London in 1956.
The Skinner. Hutchinson, 1958
GILLESPIE, JANE. Pseudonym of Jane Shaw, 1923- .
The Weir. Davies, 1953; Coward, 1954
GIRARD, HENRY GEORGES CHARLES ACHILLE. (Giving name in full.)
GLASBY, JOHN STEPHEN. 1928-2011.
GRAFTON GREEN, BRIGID MAXWELL KALBERER; see Green, Brigid Maxwell Kalberer Grafton
GRANT, MAJOR A. F. Thomas Chalmers Harbaugh, 1849-1923. (Correcting death date.)
GREEN, BRIGID MAXWELL KALBERER GRAFTON . 1916-1991. Pseudonym: Brigid Maxwell, q.v.
GREEN, JOHN (JOSEPH). 1920- .
GREENBERG, MARTIN (HARRY). 1941-2011.
GREENING, ARTHUR (WILLIAM). 1866-1938. (Correcting birth date.) Birth name: Arthur W. Collins.
GREER, PATRICK. 1911-1993.
Borderline. Heinemann, 1937 [Ireland]
License to Kill. Eclipse, 1989 (Graphic novel version of James Bond film novelized by John Gardner, 1926-2007, q.v.)
The Collegians; or, The Colleen Bawn. (Adding subtitle.)
HALL, JAMES MAXWELL. 1863(?)-1966.
Makan Siap: Table Tales of North Borneo. Jitts (Singapore), 1950 [Borneo] ss (at least those marked * are criminous): *Amok, by the Mandore \ Benoni Monsters, by the Haji \ Captain’s Wife, by the Mate \ Cherry Ripe, by Sweet Seventeen \ *Gaya Granite, by the Native Magistrate \ *Government House Drive, by the Private Secretary \ A Governor Returns, by the A.D.C. \ *Heads on the Lawn, by the Commandant \ Hungry Ghost, by the Kapitan China \ *Knowing Your Man, by the District Officer \ Love in a Lagoon, by the Menteri Besar \ *Love of Arms, by the Police Inspector \ Makan Angin, by the Assistant Resident \ Matriarchy, by the Brigade Major \ Merry Widow, by the Priest \ Misadventure, by the Cadet \ *Music Hath Charms, by the Native Chief \ *Pirate’s Pet, by the Supercargo \ Place of Honour, by the Acting Resident \ Suspense, by the Resident \ Those Muruts, by the Estate Manager \ *Three Dollars a Head, by the Estate Doctor \ Woman Pays, by the Imam \ Woman’s Way, by Lady Lingka
Tickets for Death. Film: Producers Releasing, 1947, as Too Many Winners (scw: Fred Myton, Scott Darling; dir: William Beaudine)
HAMMOND, (DR.) WILLIAM A(LEXANDER). Received his medical degree from University of the City of New York in 1848; assistant surgeon in the army at various postings, professor of anatomy and physiology at the University of Maryland; surgeon and ultimately surgeon-general in the Civil War; professor of neurology and mental disease at various institutions after the war; considered one of the fathers of American neurology.
HARBAUGH, THOMAS CHALMERS. 1849-1923. (Correcting death date.)
HARMON, LEE. See: Kevin Van Hook, 1965- .
HARREX, ANNE. 1941- . Pseudonym: Marina Campbell, q.v.
HARRIS, ALLENA. Katherine Browning Miller, 1859-1960.
HARRIS, ERNEST JACK. 1916-1991. Pseudonyms: John Harris, Mark Hebden, qq.v.
HARRIS, JOHN. Pseudonym of Ernest Jack Harris, 1916-1991. Other pseudonym: Mark Hebden, q.v.
HARRIS, JULIET. 1953- .
HARRISON, MICHAEL. Birth name: Maurice Desmond Rohan Harrison.
HART, CAROLYN G(IMPEL)
Flee from the Past. Correct publication date (both editions) to: 1975
HARVESTER, SIMON. Pseudonym of Henry (John) Gibbs, 1909-1975, q.v. (Correcting real name.)
HASSLACHER, HENRY JOSEPH. Roger D’Esta Burford, 1904-1981.
HAYDON, ERIC. 1894- . Born in London.
Rosanna. Methuen, 1932 [Ireland]
The Trail of Blood. American News, 1866; John S. Marr (Glasgow), ca.1870
HEADLAM, CUTHBERT (MORLEY)
Knight Reluctant. [Ireland]
HEBDEN, JULIET. Juliet Harris, 1953- .
HEBDEN, MARK. Pseudonym of Ernest Jack Harris, 1916-1991. (Correction.)
HEIMER, MEL(VIN LYTTON). Pseudonym: Jess Wilcox, q.v.
HELLER, FRANK. Martin Gunnar Serner, 1886-1947. (Correcting birth date.)
HERSHMAN, MORRIS. Delete reference to Jess Wilcox.
HERVEY, HENRY (CLAY). Add: died in Savannah, Georgia; novelist, author of articles for Cosmopolitan magazine, and Hollywood scriptwriter from the 1930s.
HEWITT, KATHLEEN (DOUGLAS BROWN PITCHER). 1893-1980. (Not a pseudonym.)
HODDER, (WILLIAM) REGINALD. 1867-1926. (Correcting birth date.) Born in New Zealand; died in London, England; author, journalist and sportsman.
HOGG, GARRY (LESTER). 1902-1976.
The Riddle of Dooley Castle. Nelson (London), 1953 [Ireland]
HOLBROOK, DAVID (KENNETH). 1923-2011.
HOLMES, CAPTAIN HOWARD. Thomas Chalmers Harbaugh, 1849-1923. (Correcting death date.)
John Marsh’s Millions, with Charles Klein, 1867-1915. Dillingham, 1910
HOUSER, LIONEL. Born Lionel Hauser in New York City.
HOUSTON, MRS. MAGGIE J. -1895.
-A Bunch of Shamrocks. Hamilton Adams (London), 1888
HOYS, (FRANK) DUDLEY. Born in London; for many years a hill farmer in Cumberland; died in Henley, Oxfordshire.
HUDNALL, JAMES D(AVID). 1957- .
Rick Mason: The Agent. Marvel pb, 1989 (Graphic novel.)
I, the Hangman. Digit pb, 1963
HUIE, WILLIAM B(RADFORD)
The Crime of Ruby McCollum. Delete (not fiction)
HUMPHREY, GEORGE HARRY. Born and still (2011) living in Eastbourne, England.
HUNGERFORD, T(HOMAS) A(RTHUR) G(UY). 1915-2011.
HURREN, BERNARD JOHN. 1907-1986. (Correcting birth date.)
HYND, ALAN (TUKE). 1903-1974. Born in Trenton, New Jersey; died in Norwalk, Connecticut. (Correcting birth date.)
IAKOVOU, JUDY [JUDITH M. KERLEY IAKOVOU]. (Giving name in full.)
IAKOVOU, (STAMATIOS) TAKIS. (Correcting spelling of first name.)
A Shot of Murder. SC: add Amelia Pickett
IRVING-JAMES, T(HOMAS). 1914-1983. Born in Arlecdon, Cumbria, England.
House of Intrigue. Show as pb
JACKMAN, STUART (BROOKE)
The Golden Orphans. Pan pb, 1968 [New Zealand] (Intended for younger readers.)
Fleshly Shadow. This book may be neither criminous nor written by Johns/Slater.
The Mystery of Carrick Dhu. Stockwell, 1934 [Ireland, 1921]
Hanging Johnny. Murray, 1927 [Dublin]
JONES, BRUCE (ELIOT). 1944- .
Somerset Holmes, with April Campbell (Jones), 1952- . Eclipse pb, 1987 (Graphic novel.)
JONES, JACK [JOHN E. JONES]. 1924-2011.
JONES, MINNIE WARREN. 1868- . Pseudonym: Cora Minnett, q.v.
The Elimination Process. Delete SC
Errant Sleuth. Delete SC Pat Stockton
Errant Target. [England, Wales]
The Information Man. [England] No SC
Twist of Hate. [England, Wales] No SC
A Web to Catch a Spider. Delete SC
Widows’ Beads. (Title correction.)
KALUTA, MICHAEL (WILLIAM). 1947- . See: Denny O’Neil, 1939- .
KANE, J(OHN) BLACKBURNE. 1831-1894.
-Love’s Labour Not Lost. Irish Temperance League (Belfast), 1863 [Ireland]
The False Finger Tip. [Dublin]
Honey Seems Bitter. [Ireland]
Land Without Stars. Christopher Johnson (London), 1946 [Ireland]
KING, FRANCIS (HENRY). 1923-2011.
KING-HALL, MAGDALEN. 1904-1971.
-Tea at Crumbo Castle. Davis (London), 1949 [Ireland, 1878]
KIRST, HANS HELLMUT
Nights of the Long Knives. (Show British title thus, with no “The”.) (Translation of “Die Naechte der Langer Messer.”) (Spelling correction.)
KNIGHT, GEORGE EDWARD G. C. 1873-1949. Probable seudonym: R. Norman Silver, q.v.
KNOX, KATHLEEN MURIEL EYLES. 1913- . Pseudonym: Catherine Tennant, q.v.
KOEHLER, MARGARET HUDSON. 1919-2004. (Correcting the dates.)
KOMROFF, MANUEL. 1890-1974.
-Echo of Evil. Farrar, 1948
KROETSCH, ROBERT (PAUL). 1927-2011.
KYDD, DERMOTT (HARRISON). 1928- . Born in Cheshire, England; living in Fiji when his book was published (1982); recently living in Dorchester, Dorset, England.
LACY, ED. Add pseudonym: Steve April, q.v.
LANDON, HERMAN (A.). Add: came to the U.S. ca.1895; died in New York City; feature writer and managing editor for the Washington Herald; pulp writer. See also: John Paul Seabrooke.
LASHER, H(ENRY) L(AURITZ). (Adding middle name.) Born in San Francisco; died in San Mateo, California.
The Krazny Connection. SC: Captain Homer Clay
Shall We Send Flowers? SC: Captain Homer Clay
LAUFERTY, LILIAN (ELIEL). (Adding middle name.)
-Hurrish. Methuen, 1886 [Ireland]
LAWRENCE, JAMES DUNCAN. Byline also: Jim Lawrence, q.v.
LAWRENCE, JIM [JAMES DUNCAN LAWRENCE]. 1918- .
The Living Daylights. Titan pb, 1987 (Graphic novel version of James Bond story by Ian Fleming, 1908-1964, q.v.)
Octopussy. Titan pb, 1988 (Graphic novel version of James Bond story by Ian Fleming, 1908-1964, q.v.
The Spy Who Loved Me. Titan pb, 1989 (Graphic novel version of James Bond novel by Ian Fleming, 1908-1964, q.v.)
LEE, DORIAN. Delete reference to Isabel Moore.
LEE, GERALD. Pseudonym of Father Sebastian.
LE FANU, JOSEPH SHERIDAN
-The Cock and Anchor. Duffy (Dublin), 1845 [Dublin]
Deep Water Island. Farrar, 1936; Collins, 1936 [Hawaii]
LENIHAN, D. M. 1858- . Born in Cork, Ireland; contributed hundreds of short stories to peridicals.
-The Red Spy. Duffy (Dublin), 1914 [Ireland]
LEROY, MARGARET. 1951- . Born Margaret R. Nye in New Forest, Oxfordshire. (Correction.)
LESLIE, WARREN. 1927-2011.
LEVER, CHARLES (JAMES)
-The Bramleighs of Bishop’s Folly. Routledge, 1868; Harper, 1868
-Roland Cashel. Chapman, 1850; Harper, 1850 [Ireland]
-Sir Jasper Carew. Routledge, 1855; Harper, 1855 [Ireland, France, England]
LEVINSON, BRUCE. ca.1950(?)- .
LEWES, GEORGE HENRY. 1817-1878.
-Ranthorpe. Chapman (London), 1847; Gottsberger (New York), 1881
LINNET, BROWN. Ella Emeline Tomlinson, 1869-1932. (Correcting birth date.)
The Snarer. (Title correction.)
Shadows of the Past. (Title correction.)
LOBO, GEORGE EDMUND. A minor Irish poet under his own name, and founder and editor of the Dublin Art Monthly 1927-1928; lived in Dublin.
LOCKE, G(LADYS) E(DSON). 1887-1945.
LOGAN, GUY B(ERTIE) H(ARRIS). 1869-1947.
LONG, H(ERBERT) KINGSLEY. 1890-1964.
LOOMIS, NOEL (MILLER). Pseudonym: Ben E. Miller, q.v.
LOUGHNAN, EDMOND BRENAN. ca.1840-1873. A solicitor.
The Von Stahmer Jigsaw. [Germany, 1940]
LYNCH, (JOHN GILBERT) BOHUN. Born in Marylebone, England, of Irish parents; educated at University College, Oxford, where he boxed as a middleweight and captained the boxing team his last year; took up writing and wrote four books on boxing between 1913 and 1926; an accomplished caricaturist and author of A History of Caricature; died in London.
LYON, CAPT. E(DMUND) D(AVID). 1825-1891.
-Ireland’s Dream. Sonnenschein, 1888 [Ireland, future]
McALINDEN, GERARD. 1931-2011.
-A Boycotted Household. Smith, Elder, 1881 [Ireland]
McCULLOUGH, ESTHER MORGAN
The Five Devils of Kilmainham. [Dublin, 1886] (Correcting the setting.)
McFADDEN, G(ERTRUDE) V(IOLET). 1878-1963.
McGRATH, FERGAL. 1895- . Born in Dublin.
Adventure Island. Talbot (Dublin), 1932; Benziger (New York), 1932 [Ireland]
McINERNY, RALPH (MATTHEW). SC: Egidio Manfredi, in “Still Life” and a subsequent novel.
MacKENNA, STEPHEN J(OHN). 1837-1883.
-Roddy the Rapp; or, The Whiskey Still of Glanvoe. Henderson pb (London), n.d. [Ireland, 1790s]
-All for the Apple. [Scotland]
McKEONE, (DIXIE) LEE. 1937-2007.
Death List. [Europe]
McKIMMEY, JAMES (EARL). 1923-2011.
The Rogue. Mackinnon (Australia) (Adding place of publication.)
MacKINNON, COLIN. 1942- .
McKNIGHT, MALMAR. Delete.
MACLACHLAN, T(HOMAS) BANKS. 1865-1952.
McLAREN, JOHN. Born in Edinburgh; diplomat and venture capitalist.
McLEAN, ALLAN CAMPBELL. 1922-1989. (Deleting question mark.)
McLEAN, MATTHEW (M.)
Locked Up, Freed, Busted. Show publisher as: American Literary Press
McLEOD, ADAM GORDON. 1883-1945.
MacLEOD, ALAN. Alan Porteous, 1938-2006.
The Trusted Servant. U.S. title: The Hireling. Houghton, 1968
MacLEOD, ANGUS. 1906-1991.
McMAHON, THOMAS PATRICK. 1920-2008.
Chase the Dawn. [South, 1860s] (Setting correction.)
McMAHON, PATRICK JUSTIN
-Philip; or, The Mollie’s Secret. Add [1870s]
A Date with Danger. (Intended for younger readers.)
McMANUS, R. F. Correct to: MacMANUS, R. F.
MacMANUS, SEUMAS. 1869-1960.
-The Red Poocher. Funk, 1903 [Ireland] ss: Misther Kilgar of Althone \ Misther McCran of Belfast \ Misther O’Mara from the County Maith \ Why Tomas Dubh Walked
MACMILLAN, ANNE (NORTON). 1893-1970(?).
McMULLAN, MICHELE A. 1956- . Pseudonyms: S(arah) J. Michaels, Sarah Michaels, qq.v.
McMURDY, ROBERT. 1860-1941. Add: educated at the University of Michigan; served in the Illinois House of Representatives; judge of the Illinois Court of Claims; president of the faculty of John Marshall Law School; died in Winnetka, Illinois.
McNALLY, JOE. 1953- .
Return to Ebontheever. Cape (London), 1930 [Ireland]
-The Emerald Pawn. Gill (Dublin), 1934 [Ireland]
McNEIL, KIN. Lived in North Carolina; on the faculty of Brevard College; donated a 12,000 volume library to Wilkes Community College, Wilkes, North Carolina.
McNEIL, EDWARD L.
Plane Reading Volume I: Short stories for Air Travellers. Pentland pb, 2000 ss (with some crime): The Bermuda War \ The Captain’s Leg \ The Dhow \ Doctor Wimpole’s Theories \ Flesh and Wood \ The Flow of Excitement \ Gingle \ The Great Fog \ The Mineress \ The Navigator \ The Pendulum Swings \ Pilgrims of the 21st Century \ The Reformation of the Cowbirds \ Two Fang-Sheng and Ying Yang \ A Very Short Story \ William Shakespeare and One Run Homer
McNICHOL, KENNETH (HARTLEY). 1887-1955. Born in Canton, Ohio; died in Santa Cruz, California.
McNULTY, EDWARD. 1856-1943.
MACONACHIE, WILLIAM. -1968(?).
McOWEN, BERNARD J(OHN). 1879-1952. Born in Higginsville, New York; died in Alameda, California.
MacPHERSON, JOHN F(ETHERSTONEHAUGH). 1873-1947. Born in Victoria, Australia.
McQUADE. MIKE. Probably a pseudonym.
McQUEEN, JAMES (STUART). 1934-1998. Born and died in Tasmania.
McQUEEN, JUSTICE ELLIS. Correct to: McQUEEN, JUSTUS ELLIS. 1927- .
McQUOID, ALAN. Correct to: MacQUOID, ALAN P. 1935- .
MACRAE, HERBERT. C. Eaton Fearn, 1899-1963.
McROYD, ALLAN. Probable pseudonym for someone living in Wilmington, California, at the time of the books.
MACSWAN, NORMAN. 1917-2008. Born in Maclean, Australia; died in Sydney.
McWATTERS, GEORGE S(MYTH). 1814-1886.
M–, A. CHARLES. Charles Welsh Mason, 1866-1917(?). (Correcting middle name.)
-A Solicitor’s Love Story. [Manchester]
MABLEY, J. HARVEY. Correct to: MABLEY, F(RANK) HARVEY. 1893-1954. Born in Liskeard, Cornwall, England; died in Middlesex South, Middlesex, England.
MAC, GERARD. Gerard McAlinden, 1931-2011.
MACE, GERTRUDE. Gertrude Retsch, 1929-2010.
MACEY, ALAN (DUNBAR). 1901-1981.
MACKEN, WALTER. 1916-1967. Born in Galway, Ireland; actor, dramatist and novelist.
-Seek the Fair Land. Macmillan (London), 1959 [Ireland, past]
MACKWORTH, JOHN (DOLBEN). 1887-1939.
MACOM, D(ANIEL) C. (Adding first name.)
MADDOX, MURIEL [MURIEL MADDOX ARNOLD RIBBEY]. 1921-2010.
A Phonographic Mystery. [Scotland]
MAGNUS. Pseudonym of Roberto Raviola, 1939-1996.
The Specialist: Full Moon in Dendra. Catalan pb, 1987 [Cairo] (Graphic novel.)
MAGNUS, GEORGE G(RANT?). 1859(?)-1941(?).
MAGOWAN, RONALD S(TUART?). 1934(?)-2007(?).
MAGOON, MARIAN AUSTIN WAITE. 1885-1975. Graduate of Syracuse University; lived and died in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
MAHER, MARY. 1937- . (Correcting birth date.)
MAHONEY, JACK. Pseudonym of Thomas L. Tedrow, 1950- .
MAI, DENYSE. Pseudonym of Denise DeBressy.
MAINWARING, MARGARET. Correct to: MAINWARING, MARION.
MAINWARING, MICHAEL (JAMES). (Adding middle name.)
MAJOLIER, CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL P. 1901-1967. Pseudonym: James Street, q.v.
MAKIN, WILLIAM J(AMES)
The Adventures of Red Head of the Red Sea. (Title correction in two places.)
Red Sea Nights. Delete (not fiction)
MAKRIS, JOHN N. 1917-1975. Born in Lynn, Massachusetts; died in Watertown, Massachusetts; writer for the Boston Traveler; wrote radio scripts and plays for television.
MALECKAR, NICOLETTE. 1925-2010.
MALLESON, HERBERT H(ARRY). 1864-1921(?).
Fog Is a Shroud. [Long Island]
MALLORY, ARTHUR. Pseudonym of Ernest M(arsh) Poate, 1884-1935, q.v.
MALONEY, JAMES M(ICHAEL). 1935- .
Grave with an Ocean View. Briarwood pb (Virginia), 2000 [New Jersey]
MALOT, HECTOR (HENRI)
Conscience. Bentley (London), 1891; Current Literature (New York), 1910 (Translation of “Conscience.” Paris, 1888.)
MANDEL, GREG(ORY). 1959- .
MANDELSTAMM, VALENTIN. French, but born in St. Petersburg, Russia; poet and novelist and interested in cinema; lived between France and the U.S. after WWI.
MANDEVILLE, COLIN. Anthony Dalston Dawson, 1927- .
MANIATES, BELLE KANARIS. 1861-1931. Born in Marshall, Michigan; lived and died in Lansing, Michigan; author of many stories published in newspapers.
Holy Deadlock. Jasper, 1998 (3-act play.)
The Old Inn. Jasper, 1998 (3-act play.)
MANLEY, L(INDA) R. (Adding first name.)
MANN, E(RNEST) L(ESLIE). 1900-1989. Born in Banbury, England; died in Ditchling, Sussex, England; served in the Royal Flying Corps in the British Expeditionary Force (WWI); had a 30-year teaching career; wrote short stories for magazines.
MANN, RODERICK. 1922-2010.
MANN, STEVEN. 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
MANNERS, ALEXANDRA. Anne Rundle, 1920-1989.
MANNING, ARTHUR (MILTON). 1918-2008. Press Secretary to Australian Prime Minister Keith Holyoake; tourist and publicity man in Sydney.
MANNING, JAMES C(LARENCE?). 1929(?)-2006(?).
MANNION, JOHN B. 1931-2009.
MANO, D(AVID) KEITH. (Adding first name.)
MANSFIELD, CHARLES HERBERT. 1864-1930.
MANTLE, BEATRICE (A.). ca.1878-1963. Born in England; died in San Joaquin, California.
MANTLO, SUSAN (COULTER). ca.1960- .
MAPPLE, (ADRIAN) NELSON (P.). 1896-1974.
Duel for a Dark Angel. (Title correction.)
MARBLE, DANA. 1914-1975. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Hollywood, California; died in Ventura, California; once Ventura County chairman for California state senator Al Weingrad of Santa Barbara.
MARBLE, M(ARGARET) S(HARP). Born in Saticoy, California; died in Santa Barbara, California.
MARCHETTI, VICTOR. 1929- . (Correcting birth date.)
MARCOTT, JAMES. Duane R. Schermerhorn, 1946- . (Correcting dates.) Born in Portland, Oregon; graduate of Harvard; went to Canada in 1969; has a graphic design firm in Cobourg, Ontario. See also: Spike Andrews.
MARCUS, A(RTHUR) A(ARON?). 1904(?)-1996(?).
MARCUS, CARL. SC: Mark Castle, in both titles.
Mark Castle–Cable: Vienna. Publishers Export pb, 1967 [Vienna]
MARDON, ALLAN. Delete.
MARDON, DEIRDRE (G.). 1942- . Not a pseudonym; delete reference to Allan Mardon. Born in Chicago; won an award from the South Carolina Arts Commission, while living in that state.
Dying Is Not Easy. (Title correction.)
MARE, STEPHEN. 1940(?)- .
MAREAN, BEATRICE [BEATRICE MAREAN SNOWDEN]. 1848-1931. Born in Iowa.
MARGERISON, JOHN S(TRONG). Pseudonym of Joseph Margerison, 1887-1925.
MARGERISON, JOSEPH. 1887-1925. Pseudonym: John S(trong) Margerison, q.v.
The Asgard Solution. [Buenos Aires, 1973]
MARIUS, RICHARD (CURRY). 1933-1999. (Correcting death date.)
MARK, GEOFFREY. Pseudonym of Geoffrey Mark Ostrer, 1928-1975. Born in St. George Hanover Square, England; died in Chichester, Sussex.
MARKALL, WILL(IAM?). 1886(?)-1941(?).
Market Street. [South Africa]
MARKS, PETER. 1935-2010. (Not pseudonym of Robert Kimmel Smith, so combine Peter Marks entries.)
MARLER, (JAMES) MICHAEL. 1927-2008.
MARLOWE, JOHN. Died in Petersfield, Hampshire, England. (Correction.)
Trouble in Muristan. [Middle East]
MARSDEN, ANTONY. (Eric) Graham Sutton, 1892-1959.
MARSDEN, JOHN PENNINGTON. A person of this name, possibly the author, was a commissioning merchant in Manchester, England, in 1894.
The Truth About Janice Henderson. Hale, 1972
MARSHALL, (P. O.) DOUGLAS. Correct to: MARSHALL, DOUGLAS. 1937-2005. Born in Colborne, Ontario; attended the University of Toronto; founding editor of “Books in Canada”; entertainment editor on the Toronto Star.
MARSHALL, JOANNE. Ann Rundle, 1920-1989.
MARSHALL, JOHN. Pseudonym of Frank (Stuart) Pepper, 1910-1988, q.v. Other pseudonym: Hal Wilton, q.v.
MARSHALL, JONATHAN. 1927- .
MARSHALL, LESLIE. 1890-1977.
The Pedlar. [England]
MARSHALL, WILLIAM. 1939- .
MARSON, G(ERALD) F(RANCIS). 1884-1969.
MARTELL, CHARLES (GETMAN). 1936-2010.
MARTIN, ABSALOM. 1874(?)- .
MARTIN, AL(BERT HARRY). 1895-1971. Born in Wisconsin; died in Los Angeles.
MARTIN, ALAN. 1931- .
MARTIN, (MRS.) AMARALA (ARTER). 1837-190? Born Amarala Arter in Cairo, Illinois; married Jacob Martin in 1863; apparently died in Cairo, Illinois.
MARTIN, BEVERLY S(WERLING). ca.1938- .
MARTIN, CLARENCE W(ILLIAM?). 1879(?)-1958(?).
MARTIN, ETHEL BOWYER. 1907(?)- .
MARTIN, J(ULIA) WALLIS. 1942(?)- .
The Bird Yard. (Title correction.)
MARTIN, KENNETH. 1939- .
MARTIN, LENA PRATHER. 1872-1964.
MARTIN, MICHAEL. Correct series character to: Frank Taylor
MARTIN, PETER. Born in Learmonth, Victoria, Australia; government surveyor by trade, and served as such in Malaya for many years (1920-1942.)
MARTIN, (JOSEPH) ROY (JR.). 1939-2009.
MARTIN, S(TEVEN) I. 1959- .
MARTIN, STELLA. 1949- . All titles below are English-as-a-second-language readers.
Adventure in Hong Kong. Macmillan pb (London), 1991 [Hong Kong]
Alison’s Revenge. Macmillan pb (London), 1991
Kidnap in the Outback. Macmillan pb (London), 1991
MARTYN, H(ERBERT) H. 1842-1937. Born in Worcester, England; died in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire; founded a company engaging in marble and wood carving, then in outfitting luxury liners; later formed an aircraft company.
Shapes of Clay. Show publication date as: 1919
MARX, ARTHUR (JULIUS). 1921-2011.
MASIELLO, JOSEPH. Delete the dates.
MASKE, JOHN. Pseudonym.
MASON, CHARLES WELSH. (Correcting middle name.) 1866-1917(?).
MASON, EDITH HELEN. 1895-1944(?).
MASON, EDWARD J. 1912-1971.
MASON, (GEORGE) FINCH. 1847-1915.
MASON, GRACE SARTWELL [GRACE SARTWELL MASON HOWES]. 1876-1966. Born and died in McKean County, Pennsylvania.
MASON, HILARY. Edith Helen Mason, 1895-1944(?).
MASON, J(OHN?) T(HOMAS?). 1941(?)- .
MASON, LEONIE. Pseudonym of Winifred Joan Suter Walker, 1908- . (Correction.) Born in Wandworth, England; probably died in Canada.
Creatures. Add U.S. edition: PB, 1979
MASTERMAN, WALTER S(IDNEY). Army office, civil servant, and school headmaster; took to writing after serving 3 years in prison for fraud and embezzlement.
MASTERS, W(ILLIAM) W(ALTER). 1894-1978.
MASTIN, RALF E. [RALPH EDWARD MASTIN]. 1939-2005.
MATCHABA, PATRICE. 1967- .
MATHEWS, D. H. Delete.
MATHIESON, THEODORE. 1913-1995.
MATTHEWS, ADELAIDE. 1876-1958. Born in Kenduskeag, Maine; died in New York City.
MATTHEWS, DEREK HENRY BERNARD. 1932-1991. Pseudonym: Jon Rolt, q.v.
MATTHISON, ARTHUR LL(EWELLYN). 1869-1959.
MATURIN, EDWARD. 1812-1881.
-Bianca. Harper, 1852 [Ireland, Italy]
-The Irish Chieftain; or, The Isles of Life and Death. Griffin (Glasgow), 1848 [Ireland]
MATZ, (JULIUS) MARC. 1949- . (Correcting first name.)
MAUDE, F(REDERICK?) W(ILLIAM?). 1842(?)-1899(?).
MAUDUIT, FRANK (ROWLEY METCALFE CHARLES DE RETTICH). 1862-1931.
MAUNSELL, WILLIAM PRYCE. 1828-1920. (Correcting the death date.)
MAURER, DAVID A. 1946- . (Correction.)
MAURO, ROBERT (A.). 1946-2010.
MAUZENS, FREDERIC. 1874-1934.
MAXES, ANNA. Novelist and criminal defense attorney; born in New York City; graduate of Brandeis University and New York University Law School; also had a master’s degree in philosophy.
MAXWELL, BRIGID. Pseudonym of Brigid Maxwell Kalberer Grafton Green, 1916-1991. Born
in Perth, Australia; died in London.
MAXWELL, GERALD. 1862-1930.
MAXWELL, JAMES CLERK, M.D. Pseudonym of Julian Jay Freeman, 1947- .
MAXWELL, RICHARD (WAYNE). 1932-2010.
MAY, HENRY BAK. 1916-1982. Born and died in Georgia.
MAY, SARAH. 1972- . (Correcting birth date.)
MAYER, SUZANNE. Linda Susan Meier, 1952(?)- .
MAYHEW, DIANNE (V.)
Playing with Fire. TV movie: BET, 2000 (scw: Christopher Koefoed; dir: Roy Campanella II)
MAYHEW, G(EORGE) A. 1925(?)-2009(?). (Changed dates.)
MAYLE, MARK A. 1947(?)- . (Changed date.)
MAYNARD, LAWRENCE M. ca.1900- . (Changing birth date.)
MAYO, DIANE. 1947- . (Correcting birth date.)
MAYO, J. K. William Hugh Charles Watson, 1931-2005. Born in Edinburgh; died in Glasgow; journalist, novelist, and playwright.
MEAD, IDA-ROSE. Pseudonym of Ida Baker, 1953- .
MEAD, RUSSELL. Margaret Hudson Koehler, 1919-2004. (Correcting the dates.)
MEADE, DOROTHY COLE. 1893-1979.
MEADLEY, BRIAN. SC: Charlie Windsor, in “A Question of Duty,” and subsequent novel(s).
MEADOWS, ALICE MAUD. ca.1863-1913.
MEADOWS, CATHERINE. ca.1894-1963. Born Catherine Elsie Parry-Jones in Worcester, England; married George D. Meadows in 1932 and came to the U.S. (Weston, Connecticut) that year; died in Norwalk, Connecticut.
MEARS, A(MELIA) GARLAND. ca.1843-1920.
A Frame for Murder. [Wichita, Kansas] (Setting correction.)
MEDD, E(VELYN) N(ATALIE) POWYS (MATHERS). 1888-1960. Born in South Africa; died in Lambeth, London.
MEDINA, LOUISE. 1813(?)-1838.
MEDLAND, KINGSTON. 1971- .
MEE, HUAN. Charles Herbert Mansfield, 1864-1930.
MEEK, DORIS. 1912(?)-2000(?). (Changing the dates.)
MEFFORD, W(ILLIAM) H. Born in Cincinnati; journalism graduate of University of Arizona;
news reporter turned marketing consultant.
MEHTA, D(ORAB) R(USTOMJI). 1917-2005.
MEIER, LINDA SUSAN. 1952(?)- .
MEIER, PAUL. Robert (L.) Wise, 1939- .
MEISELS, ANDREW. 1933-1997 (Deleting question marks.) Novelist and journalist; born in Budapest, and came to the U.S. in 1939; joined Associated Press in the late 1950s and worked in New Jersey; emigrated to Israel in 1963 and worked for the Jerusalem Post, Israeli radio, and ABC TV and radio.
MELDAU, FRED JOHN. Born and died in Denver, Colorado; a minister.
MELDRUM, DAVID STORRAR. 1864-1950.
MELIDES, NICOLAS. 1912-1964.
MENDENHALL, KITTY [KATHERINE McCORD MENDENHALL]. 1921-2008. (Correcting the dates.)
MENDHAM, (WILLIAM) ROY. 1890-1977.
MENKE, LOUIS G(EORGE). 1881-1948. Born in Cincinnati; died in Lexington, Kentucky.
MENZIES, MRS. STUART. 1854-1933.
MERAK, A. J. John Stephen Glasby, 1928-2011.
MERCER, PEGGY. 1949- .
MEREDITH, K(ENNETH) LINCOLN. 1917-1980.
MEREDITH, PETER. Brian Arthur Worthington-Stuart, 1902-1981(?).
MERRILEES, FRANCIS [FRANK MERRILEES?]. 1917(?)-2004(?).
MERRIMAN, EFFIE WOODWARD [EFFIE WOODWARD MERRIMAN FIFIELD]. 1857-1937. Born in Minneapolis; died in La Crescenta, California; first married Frank T. Merriman, then James Clark Fifield in 1906.
MESCE, BILL, JR. [WILLIAM A. MESCE, JR.]. 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
MESSENGER, R(OBERT) W(ILLIAM). 1870- . Born in Peru, Massachusetts. (One source says born in 1869.)
Patty Cannon Administers Justice; or, Joe Johnson’s Last Kidnapping Exploit. [Delaware]
METCALFE, (WILLIAM) JOHN. (Adding first name.)
METHLEY, ALICE A(UGUSTA). 1871-1934. (Adding death date.)
METHLEY, VIOLET M(ARY). 1882-1953. (Adding death date.)
METZGER, MARILYN L(EONA?). 1941-2010(?).
MEWBURN, ROBERT. 1918(?)- .
MEYER, DAVID. 1952- .
MEYER, KARL (H.). 1923-2010.
MEYERDING, (MARTHA) JANE. (Adding first name.)
MEYERSTEIN, E(DWARD) H(ARRY) W(ILLIAM). Add: died in Holborn, London, England.
MIALL, DERWENT (EDWARD). 1870-1942.
Illegal Procedure. [Chicago]
MICHAELS, S(ARAH) J. Pseudonym of Michele A. McMullan, 1956- . Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
MICHAELS, SARAH. Pseudonym of Michele A. McMullan, 1956- .
MICHELSEN, G. F. Pseudonym of George Michelsen Foy, 1952- .
Radio and Television Drama. (Title correction.)
MILBROOK, JOHN. G(ertrude) V(iolet) McFadden, 1878-1963.
MILBURN, ELLEN. Milburn (D.?) Smith (Jr.?), 1934(?)-2002(?).
MILES, JOHN. 1941- .
MILES, WILLIAM A., JR. 1926(?)-2009(?).
MILFORD, FRED(ERICK?) C(HARLES?). 1852(?)-1920(?).
MILHOLLAND, DENNIS (PATRICK)
Degrees of Retribution. (Title correction.)
MILLAR, R(UBY ELLEN?). 1908(?)-1993(?).
MILLER, A. W.
The Destroyers. Add Australian edition: Horwitz pb, 1979
MILLER, BEN E. Pseudonym of Noel (Miller) Loomis, 1905-1969, q.v.
MILLER, D(OROTHY) B(LANCHE). 1884-1943. Born in Portsea, Hampshire, England; died on the Isle of Wight.
MILLER, DAVID C(HARLES). 1931-2010.
Seen from a Windmill. [England]
MILLER, (MABEL) ELIZABETH YORK. 1879-1949. Add: became a naturalized British citizen in 1934; died in Maidstone, England.
MILLER, ELLEN (S.). 1967-2008.
Should She Have Spoken? (Deleting the dash.) [Switzerland]
MILLER, JAMES (ROBERT). (Adding middle name.)
MILLER, KATHERINE BROWNING. 1859-1960.
MILLER, LAURELLE. ca.1873(?)- .
MILLER, NATHAN. 1927(?)-2005(?).
MILLER, NORMAN L. 1941- .
MILLER, ROBERT A(LLEN). 1932-2011.
MILLER, ROBERT L. 1940- .
The Animal Letter. [London]
The Devil’s Vicar. [London]
MILLER, SANDRA (LYNN). 1972- .
Concerto for Three. Also revised and published as: Concerto. CreateSpace pb, 2010
MILLETT, LARRY [LAWRENCE EDWARD MILLETT]. (Adding middle name.)
MILLIGAN, DEBRA (LYNNE) TANIS. 1954- .
MILLS, KYLE (WENDELL). (Adding middle name.)
MILLS, ROBERT E. 1938(?)- .
MILLS, ROBERT SCOWFIELD. 1863-1919. Pseudonym: Owen Rhoscomyl, q.v.
MILLSON, DR. FAY. ca.1926-ca.1997. Pseudonym: Julie Millson, q.v.
MILLSON, JULIE. Pseudonym of Dr. Fay Millson, ca.1926-ca.1997. A doctor specializing in tuberculosis in South Africa.
MILLWARD, EDWARD J(OSEPH).1895-1980. Born in South Africa, but lived as a child in Wales; studied at the London School of Teachers; died in Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England.
MILNE, PAULA. 1947- .
MINCHEN, SAMUEL. 1935-2010.
MINCHIN, G(EORGE) R(OBERT) N(EVILLE). Born in Englefield Green, Surrey, England; went to South Africa in 1960 and probably died there.
MINNETT, CORA. Pseudonym of Minnie Warren Jones, 1868- . Born in St. Leonards, New South Wales, Australia.
MINOT, GEORGE E(VANS). 1898-1976. Born in Belgrade, Maine; died in Cambridge, Massachusetts; graduate of Bowdoin College in Maine.
Airport Cop. Corrected British edition: Manor pb, 1974 [New York City]
Death Flight. SC: Verban
MITCHELL, AGNES C. -1959(?).
MITCHELL, NATHAN S(TANLEY). 1936-2004.
MITCHELL, NORMA [NORMA MITCHELL STEELE]. 1884-1967.
MITCHELL, SANDY. Pseudonym of Alexander M. Stewart, 1958- , q.v.
MIZE, WILLIAM. SC: Denton Ward and Monty Crocetti, in “Resurrection Angel” and subsequent novel(s).
MOAKE, WILLIAM STARR. 1944-2008.
MOBLEY, JACK (WAYNE?). 1943(?)- .
MOBLEY, ROBERT P(HILLIP). 1918-2011.
MOCHAN, BEN [BERNARD MOCHAN?]. 1942(?)-2008(?).
MODAK, EMMANUEL SUMITRA. 1920-2011.
MOLLOY, PAT. ca.1930-2003.
MOLLOY, TONY. Both titles intended for younger readers.
Caught in the Callows. Browne and Nolan (Dublin), 1944 [Ireland]
The Quest of 0-17. Browne and Nolan (Dublin), 1946 [Ireland]
MOLONY, J(OHN) C(HARLES). 1877-1948.
MOLYNEUX, THERESA (M.?). ca.1837(?)-1915(?).
MONAHAN, WILLIAM (J.). (Correcting middle initial.)
MONCRIEFF, WILLIAM T. William Thomas Thomas, 1794-1857.
MONROE, STANLEY C. 1936-1999.
The Castle of Berry Pomeroy. [England]
MONTAGUE, JOSEPH. Pseudonym of J(oseph) Allan (Elphinstone) Dunn, 1872-1941, q.v.
MONTANARI, RICHARD. SC: Jack Paris, in “Deviant Way” and subsequent novel(s).
MONTGOMERY, K. L. Letitia Montgomery, 1867-1930.
MONTGOMERY, LETITIA. 1867-1930.
MONTGOMERY, MICHAEL. 1938- .
MONTGOMERY, W. J(OSEPH). ca.1921- .
MOORE, (GEORGE?) ARTHUR. 1914-2005. SC: Lardo Garrett, in all titles, set in Oklahoma, late 1800s.
Dead Or Alive. Gold Medal, 1989
The Hunters. Gold Medal, 1990
Murder Road. Gold Medal, 1990
The Steel Box. Gold Medal, 1989
Trail of the Gatlings. Gold Medal, 1989
MOORE, COURTENAY. 1840-1922.
Con Hegarty. Church of Ireland Publishing (Dublin), 1897 [Ireland]
MOORE, F(RANCIS) FRANKFORT
The 9.15. Hutchinson, 1921
MOORE, ISABEL. Delete reference to Dorian Lee.
The Ivory Penguin. [Miami]
MOXLEY, F(RANK) WRIGHT. An attorney in New York for 25 years; an expert on transportation.
Red Snow. Delete (not criminous)
MUDDOCK, J(AMES) E(DWARD)
Grace O’Malley. Henderson pb, 1874 [Ireland]
MUMY, BILLY [CHARLES WILLIAM MUMY, JR.], 1954- , and MIGUEL (JOSE) FERRER, 1955- .
The Dream Walker. Marvel pb, 1989 (Graphic novel.)
MUNRO, HUGH (MACFARLANE)
The Brain Robbers. Correct publication date to: 1977
MURPHY, HAZEL. 1906- . Born in Clonmel, Ireland.
-Himself. Methuen, 1932 [Ireland]
-The Travelling People. Collins, 1934 [Ireland]
Broken Waters. Cecil Palmer (London), 1926
NETHERCOTT, M(ARIA). 1829-1902.
Verney Court. Remington (London), 1878 [Ireland]
NEWTON, (WILFRID) DOUGLAS
-The North Afire. Methuen, 1914[Ireland]
NICHOLAS, JAMES. Pseudonym of Kenneth Nicholas Walthew, 1917- .
NIMSE, GORDON (ARTHUR). 1917- .
Colonel Baker’s Dozen. Hale, 1988 [Burma, 1946]
Take What You Want. U.S. title: Once We Were Men
-The Byrnes of Glengoulah. O’Shea (Baltimore), 1869 [Ireland]
NORTH, WILLIAM. 1869-1937.
-One Way Ticket. Doubleday, 1940; Jarrolds, 1940
O’BRIEN, MORROUGH. SC: Dermod O’Donovan = DO.
The League of the Ring and Torn Apart. Ss (titles as indicated), both with DO
O’BRIEN, RICHARD BAPTIST. 1809-1885. Pseudonym: Father Baptist, q.v.
O’CONNOR, T. P. Journalist and politician.
Pat O’Rourke; or, The Deed in the Dark Avenue. Henderson pb, 1875 [Ireland]
The Informer. [Dublin]
Mr. Gilhooley. Cape (London), 1926; Harcourt, 1927 [Dublin]
OLIVER, GEORGE. Became the legal name of Oliver Onions, 1873-1961, q.v.
The 1941 Shadow: Hitler’s Astrologer, with Michael (William) Kaluta, 1947- . Marvel pb, 1988 (Graphic novel.) [U.S., 1941]
ONIONS, GEORGE OLIVER. Delete.
ONIONS, OLIVER. Changed his name legally to George Oliver, but continued to write as Oliver Onions. (Correction of Addenda #31.)
ORCUTT, WILLIAM DANA. Add: died in Boston; Harvard graduate, typographer and author.
This Murder Come to Mind. (Title correction.) Delete SC
OSTRER, GEOFFREY MARK. 1928-1975. Pseudonym: Geoffrey Mark, q.v.
A Fool’s Advice; or, Blundering Barney O’Hare. Henderson pb (London), 1880
O’SULLIVAN, J(AMES) B(RENDAN)
Cold Chisel. [Dublin]
The Stuffed Man [Dublin]
Three Stories for the Fireside. Sullivan (Dublin), 1884 ss (with some crime): Full Retribution \ The Privateer’s Revenge \ The Smuggler
OVERHOLTZER, MERLE C(LARENCE). Born in Berkeley, California; died in Riverside, California; a realtor.
OWEN, FRANK. 1905-1979. See: E(lias) W(ynne) Cemlyn-Jones, 1888-1966.
OWEN, GEORGE W(ASHINGTON). 1834-1916. Born in upstate New York; died in Plainfield, New Jersey; Civil War veteran, journalist and editor.
Vengeance Is Mine. [England]
PARRISH, (GEORGE) RANDALL. New biographical sketch: Born in Kewanee, Illinois; studied at Griswold College, Union College of Law (Chicago), and Iowa State University; a lawyer; became a laborer in New Mexico and Arizona; later was a reporter with the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, as well as on newspapers in Grafton, Nebraska, Kewanee, Illinois, Sioux City, Iowa, Omaha, Nebraska and Chicago; then Congregational minister; turned to writing novels in 1902.
The Emperor Stone [Caribbean] No SC
The Golden Statuette. [London] SC: Slade McGinty
PEPPER, FRANK (STUART). Add pseudonym: John Marshall, q.v.
Green Volcano. Davies, 1938
PITCHER, KATHLEEN DOUGLAS BROWN. Delete.
-As the Fool. Wishart (London), 1935 [Ireland, 1922]
POATE, ERNEST M(ARSH). 1884-1935. Born in Yokohama, Japan; died in Southern Pines, North Carolina; psychiatrist, attorney and author. Pseudonym: Arthur Mallory, q .v.
PORTEOUS, ALAN. 1938-2006.
PORTWAY, CHRISTOPHER (JOHN)
Lost Vengeance. [Russia]
POWELL, ISABELLA FLORENCE. 1913-2001. Pseudonyms: Isabella Bayne, Isabella Payne-Powell, qq.v.
The Diary of the Red-Haired Girl. [England]
The Pilgrim Came Late. [Ireland]
RADICE, FRANCIS. Both titles are English-as-a-second-language readers.
Crime Stories. Macmillan pb (London), 1991 ss
Mystery Tales. Macmillan pb (London), 1991 ss
A Woman Possessed. [England, Cyprus]
RATHBONE, EDWARD. Pseudonym of Edward Charles Booth, 1872-1954.
RAVIOLA, ROBERTO. 1939-1996. Pseudonym: Magnus, q.v.
RAY, FREDERIC A(UGUSTUS, JR.). 1871-1937. Born in New York; postmaster in Herikimer, New York, where he died; also WPA supervisor of employment of that district.
The Devil Worshipper. Clark (Boston), 1908
REEDS, ENOCH (HOWELL). Correct to: REES, ENOCH (HOWELL). 1888-1969.
The Cambridge Murders. Also published as by Glyn Daniel: Penguin pb, 1965
RETSCH, GERTRUDE. 1929-2010.
RHODES, HYLDA [HYLDA RHODES BALL]. 1874-1954. Birth name spelling: Hilda Rhodes.
-A Moorland Vendetta. [ca.1835]
RHODES, KATHLYN (MARY). 1877-1962. Birth name: Annie Kathleen Rhodes.
RHOSCOMYL, OWEN. Pseudonym of Robert Scowfield Mills, 1863-1919. Also known as Owen Vaughan and Arthur Owen Vaughan. Born in Ormskirk, Lancashire.
The Lady of Castell March. Doubleday, 1898
RICKARD, JESSIE LOUISA (MOORE ACKLAND). 1876-1963. (Correcting birth date.) Add: born in Dublin; first married Robert Dudley Innes Ackland, and then Colonel Victor Rickard; lived in England for some years after widowhood, but died in Cork, Ireland.
RICKARD, MRS. VICTOR. 1876-1963. (Correcting birth date.)
RIDEOUT, HENRY MILNER. Add: graduate of Harvard, where he was editor-in-chief of The Harvard Monthly; toured the Far East and then settled in Sausalito, California; died in Europe while on a family trip.
RIESENBERG, FELIX, JR. 1913-1962. Born in New York City; died in Sarasota, Florida.
The Crimson Anchor. Dodd, 1948 [ship] (Intended for younger readers.)
The Mysterious Sailor. Dodd, 1949 [ship] (Intended for younger readers.)
RITCHIE, LEWIS ANSELM DA COSTA. Birth name was Ricci, but anglicized to Ritchie by deed poll in 1941; served in Royal Navy from 1901 until WWII; retired as Captain of the royal yacht “Victoria and Albert”; press secretary 1944-1947 to King George VI.
ROBERTS, MORLEY (CHARLES)
-Lord Linlithgow. Arnold (London), 1900; Harper (New York), 1900
ROBERTSON, MANNING K. John Stephen Glasby, 1928-2011.
ROBERTSON, MORGAN (ANDREW). Add: died in Atlantic City, New Jersey; seaman, jeweler, author and inventor.
ROBINSON, ROBERT (HENRY). 1927-2011.
RODD, RALPH. William North, 1869-1937.
ROE, IVAN. 1917-1976. (Correcting birth date.) Add: died in Hounslow, England.
The Exploits of Captain O’Hagan. [London]
ROLT, JON. Pseudonym of Derek Henry Bernard Matthews, 1932-1991. (Correction.) Born in Mumford, England; died in London.
Lucky Lady. Bantam pb, 1975 [1930s] (Novelization of film: Venture Films, 1975; scw: Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz; dir: Stanley Donan.)
ROONEY, PHILIP. 1909-1960.
The Long Day. Talbot (Dublin), 1951 [Ireland]
ROSENBERG, JOEL. 1954-2011.
ROSZAK, THEODORE. 1933-2011.
Censored Tails. 12 ss
ROUGVIE, CAMERON (NORMAN.). 1923-1981. Born in Hull, West Quebec, Canada; died in Madrid.
ROY, D. KINMOUNT. Pseudonym of “an English lady who has lived in Canada for a number of years” at the time (1913) of the book.
ROY, GORDON. Pseudonym of Helen Wallace.
-For Her Sake. Nelson (London), 1889 [Ireland]
RUNDLE, ANNE. 1920-1989.
A Flame in the Heather. [Scotland]
Quite True. Maxwell, 1880; Munro pb, 1881
RYAN, ALAN. 1943-2011.
RYMER, JAMES MALCOLM
The Owlet; or, The Royal Highwayman. Brady (New York), 1861. Also published as: Owlet, the Robber Prince; or, The Unknown Highwayman. Ivers (New York), 1903
Owlet, the Robber Prince; see The Owlet
SADLIER, MRS. J(AMES)
-The Fate of Father Sheehy. Sadlier (Boston), ca.1863; Duffy (Dublin), 1864 [Ireland]
SAFRONI-MIDDLETON, ARNOLD. 1873-1950. Born Arnold Haynes Middleton in South London, England; died in Streatham, England; adopted Count Safroni as a nickname.
SAINT-JOHNSTON, (SIR) T(HOMAS) R(EGINALD, K.C.). 1881-1950.
The Pearl of Fortune: A Tale of the South Seas. Selwyn, 1925 [South Pacific]
SAITO, TAKAO. 1936- . SC: Golgo 13, in all titles, all graphic novels.
Galinpero. Lead pb, 1986
Ice Lake Hit. Lead pb, 1986
Into the Wolves’ Lair. Lead pb, 1986
The Ivory Connection. Lead pb, 1986
SALA, GEORGE AUGUSTUS (HENRY FAIRFIELD)
Papers Humorous and Pathetic. Tinsley, 1872 essays, and stories (criminous = *): *The Bleeding Diamond \ The Conversion of Colonel Quagg \ Little Saint Zita
Evaristo: Deep City. Catalan pb, 1986 [Buenos Aires, 1950s] (Translation.) (Graphic novel.)
SANDULESCU, JACQUES. 1928-2010.
SANGER, JOAN (ELIASBERG). 1898-1960. Born in Selma, Alabama; died in New York City; wife of Bertram Sanger, Assistant Professor Medicine at Columbia University.
SANGSTER, JIMMY. Birth name: James Henry Kinmel Sangster.
SAVAGE, RICHARD. Ivan Roe, 1917-1976. (Correcting birth date.)
SAXON, JOHN A. Born in Minnesota; died in Alhambra, California; reporter on the New York World; court reporter in the Los Angeles Superior Court for 30 years; movie scriptwriter.
SCHERMERHORN, DUANE R. 1946- . (Correcting the dates.) See also: Spike Andrews.
SCOTT-HERON, GIL. 1949-2011.
A Counterfeit Citizen. Broadway Publishing (New York), 1908 [New York City]
SEABROOKE, JOHN PAUL
Four Knocks on the Door. (by Harry Coverdale, pseudonym of Herman Landon, 1882-1960; apparently a sequel to “The Unknown Severn,” published as by Coverdale, with a change in the name of the protagonist.)
SEAGLE, STEVE T. 1965- .
Kafka. Caliber pb, 1990 (Graphic novel.)
SEBASTIAN, FATHER. Pseudonym: Gerald Lee, q.v.
SEMPRUN, JORGE. 1923-2011.
The Killing Match. [Hong Kong]
Assignment: Find Cherry. Correct to: Stone’s the Name: Assignment: Find Cherry
SHAW, JANE. 1923- . Pseudonym: Jane Gillespie, q.v.
SHELDON, (FRANK) MICHAEL. 1918-2001.
SHELDON, RICHARD. Pseudonym (real name unknown but said to bear no resemblance to the pseudonym). Described as “a north country man by birth and residence;” educated at Oxford; has been a barrister, university Don, and freelance journalist.
Poor Prisoner’s Defense. British title: Poor Prisoner’s Defence
SHERIDAN, (JAMES?) WILFRED. 1896(?)- . May have been born in Birkenhead, England, and may have died in Kenya.
SHIMER, R(UTH) H. 1924-1978.
The Correspondent, as by Ruth Shimer.
SHORE, JANE. Nicolette Maleckar, 1925-2010.
SHORTT, CHARLES RUSHTON. Born and died in Tyne, Northumberland, England.
The Mood of Murder. Correct to: The Mood for Murder.
SILLIMAN, VERA (ELAINE). Born in Ohio; teacher in Garrett, Indiana, and then... (Correction.)
SILVER, R. NORMAN. Probably the pseudonym of George Edward G. C. Knight, 1873-1949. Born in Wigan, England; died in Sheffield; a journalist.
SIMON. Roger D’Esta Burford, 1904-1981.
SIMPSON, MARGARET. 1943- . (Correcting birth date.)
SINCLAIR, CLAUDE EDWARD ROBERT. SC: John Carpenter-Forde, in both titles. Setting, both titles: Ireland.
Calypso. [London, 1921, France, 1921, Italy, 1951]
SMART, (HENRY) HAWLEY. (Adding first name.)
SMITH, ARTHUR D(OUGLAS) HOWDEN. Add: died in New York City; prolific writer for the pulps in the 1910s and 1920s.
SMITH, MILBURN (D., JR.?). 1934(?)-2002(?).
SMITH, ROBERT KIMMEL. Delete reference to Peter Marks.
The Crimson Swastika. Published in the U.S. with The Dope Dealer, q.v., as Dope and Swastikas. Ramble House pb, 2011
The Dope Dealer. Published in U.S. with The Crimson Swastika, q.v., as: Dope and Swastikas. Ramble House pb, 2011
A Leap in the Dark. [Virginia]
SOUVESTRE, PIERRE and MARCEL ALLAIN
Fantomas. Condensed translation published as: The Mad Woman’s Plot. Mayflower pb, 1966 (Corrected publication date.)
The Mad Woman’s Plot; see Fantomas
SPIERS, HETTY. 1881-1973.
STACK, NEVILLE F. 1932- . Pseudonym: Ben Barclay, q.v.
STANLEY, A(NTHONY) J(OSEPH). 1899- .
-Deliver Me from Blood. Talbot (Dublin), 1948 [Ireland, 1830]
STANLEY, MARTHA M. 1867-1950. Born in Massachusetts; died in Los Angeles.
STEELE, HARWOOD (ELMES ROBERT)
Policing the Arctic. Delete (not fiction)
STEVENS, DAVE. 1955-2008.
The Racketeer: An Album. Eclipse pb, 1991 (Graphic novel.)
STEWART, ALEXANDER M. 1958- . Pseudonym: Sandy Mitchell, q.v.
STREATFIELD, MARION CATHERINE BARNE. 1883-1961. Pseudonym: Kitty Barne, q.v.
STREET, JAMES. Pseudonym of Christopher Michael P. Majolier, 1901-1967.
STREET, PENNY. Probably a pseudonym.
Murder in a Barge. Correct publisher to: Pictorial Art pb, 1946
STUART, BRIAN. Brian Arthur Worthington-Stuart, 1902-1981(?).
-Resurrection. Gollancz, 1949 [Ireland]
SUTER, JOAN. Delete.
SUTTON, (ERIC) GRAHAM. 1892-1959.
SVENSEN, KRISTOFER ELVESTAD. Pseudonym and/or adopted name: Sven Elvestad, q.v.
SWAFFER, (FREDERICK CHARLES) HANNEN. (Giving name in full.)
SWORD, JOHN, SENIOR
The Bulitzer Baby Case. (Corrected spelling.)
A Spy in the Hand. (Title correction.) [England]
“Whadda We Do Now, Butch?” [London, ca.1909]
TEDROW, THOMAS L. 1950- . Pseudonym: Jack Mahoney, q.v.
TENNANT, CATHERINE. Pseudonym of Kathleen Muriel Eyles Knox, 1913- , sometimes known as Merle Eyles or Merle Knox. (Correction.)
TERAN, BOSTON. Pseudonym of Douglas Stefen Borghi, 1950- .
THOMAS, EUGENE (E.)
The Dancing Dead. Add SC: Chu-Sheng, Prince Lai Chung
Death Rides the Dragon. Add SC: Prince Lai Chung
THOMAS, WILLIAM THOMAS. 1794-1857.
THOMPSON, ESTELLE (MAY)
The Glass Houses. [Australia]
The Meadows of Tallon. [Australia]
The Substitute. U.S. title: Death by Misadventure. (Correcting a typo.)
THORN, RONALD SCOTT. Ronald Scotthorn Wilkinson. (Giving name in full.)
-Experiment with Eros. Delete (not criminous)
THORNBURG, NEWTON (KENDALL). 1930-2011.
THORNDIKE, (ARTHUR) RUSSELL
Show House–Sold. (Deleting the dash.)
THURSTON, E(RNEST) TEMPLE
The Passionate Crime. [Ireland]
THYNNE, MOLLY [MARY HARRIET THYNNE]. 1881-1950. Born in Kensington, London; died in Bovey Tracey, Devonshire.
-Ravensdale. Tinsley, 1873 [Ireland]
-The Turn of the Tide. Rosburgh, 1896 [Ireland]
TOMLINSON, ELLA EMELINE.1869-1932. (Correcting birth date.)
TRACY, LOUIS. Birth name: Patrick Louis Tracy; probably born in Ireland.
TREGARRON, YATE. Pseudonym of Charlotte Hilda Rigby Adshead, 1867-1926. (Correction.) Born in Altrincham, Cheshire, England; died in Stockport, England.
Murderers’ Island. (Title correction; removing the dash.)
TROY, UNA [UNA TROY WALSH]. 1910-1993. Pseudonym: Elizabeth Connor, q.v.
Evil Genius. [London]
ULLMAN, ALBERT E(DWARD). 1879- . (Changed date.) Born in Kentucky; worked for Street & Smith as a magazine writer around WWI; lived in New York City.
UNDERWOOD, REGINALD. 1894-1964. Born in Wellingborough; concert pianist before WWII; taught at a grammar school; lived in Finedon, Northamptonshire, England,
Secret Fear. [England]
URELL, WILLIAM FRANCIS. Born in Casper, Wyoming; died in Orange, California.
VANCE, LOUIS JOSEPH
-Lip-Service; see They Call It Love
-They Call It Love. Lippincott, 1927. British title: Lip-Service. Bles, 1928 [New York City]
VAN HOOK, KEVIN, 1965- , and LEE HARMON
Frost. Caliber, 1990 (Graphic novel.)
VAN SCHENDEL, ARTHUR (FRANCOISE EMILE). 1874-1946. Dutch novelist and short story writer, born in Batavia, Java, Dutch East Indies; died in Amsterdam.
-Grey Birds. Routledge, 1939 (Translation of “De Grauwe Vogels.” Amsterdam, 1937.)
VICAR, EDWARD C.
Birthday Honours. Selwyn, 1938
VICTOR, SAM. Delete reference to Jess Wilcox.
VIVIAN, CHARLES HENRY. See Charles Henry Cannell.
VIVIAN, E(VELYN) CHARLES. Pseudonym (not legally changed name) of a man born Charles Henry Cannell, who was also known as Charles Henry Vivian.
VON ELSNER, DON (BYRON)
A Bullet for Your Dreams. [U.S.]
Just Not Making Mayhem Like They Used To. [California, Las Vegas]
WADE, JONATHAN. Pseudonym of Juliana Wadham, 1926-2004. Birth name: Jill M. Walker.
WADHAM, JULIANA. 1926-2004. Pseudonym: Jonathan Wade, q.v.
WADSLEY, OLIVE (MARY). 1885-1959. (Correcting birth date.)
WAGNER, MATT(HEW). SC: Grendel = G.
Grendel: Devil by the Deed. Comico pb, 1986 G (Graphic novel.)
Grendel: The Devil Inside. Comico pb, 1989 G (Graphic novel.)
Grendel: Devil’s Legacy. Comico pb, 1988 G (Graphic novel.)
WAINWRIGHT, JOHN (WILLIAM)
Prynter’s Devil. SC: Dilton-Emmet
WALKER, WINIFRED JOAN SUTER. 1908- . Pseudonym: Leonie Mason, q.v.
WALLACE, HELEN. Pseudonym: Gordon Roy, q.v.
The Acid Bath Case. Kitchen Sink pb, 1992 [1950s] (Graphic novel.)
WALTHEW, KENNETH NICHOLAS. 1917- . Pseudonym: James Nicholas, q.v.
WARING, D. GAINSBOROUGH
-Against My Fire. [Ireland]
-And If I Laugh... [Ireland]
Fortune Must Follow. [Ireland]
-Not Quite So Black. [Ireland]
Out of Evil. [Ireland]
WATSON, H(ENRY) B(RERETON) MARRIOTT
The Devil’s Pulpit; see The Golden Precipice
The Golden Precipice. U.S. title: The Devil’s Pulpit. Dodd, 1908 [ship]
WATSON, WILLIAM HUGH CHARLES. 1931-2005.
WAY, JOHN H(ENRY). David C(harles) Miller, 1931-2010.
Arthur O’Donnell; or, The Outcast’s Revenge. Henderson pb (London), 1873 [Ireland, 1845]
WEBSTER, BEN(JAMIN NOTTINGHAM). 1797-1882. Born in Bath, England; died in Lambeth, London.
Paul Clifford, the Highwayman of 1770. Davidson (London), 1832 (3-act play.) [England, 1770]
WEBSTER, H. M.
The Tontine Treasure. [Ireland]
The Small Voice. [Ireland]
WEYMAN, ALF. J.
The Dangerous Man. Roper (London), 1888 [London, Glasgow]
WHELTON, PAUL (FRANCIS). 1894-1953. Born in Boston; died in Braintree, Massachusetts; veteran newspaper man who was with the Boston Daily Record at the time of his death.
WHIFFEN, JACK. Delete reference to Jess Wilcox.
WHITE, GEORGE M(ILES). ca.1834-ca.1909. Probably born in Vermont; was a hotel owner in Stoneham, Massachusetts, in 1860; died in New York City.
From Boniface to Bank Burglar. (Autobiography–novelized?)
WHITE, GRACE MILLER
The Marriage of Patricia Pepperday. Little, 1922
The Ryecroft Verdict. [1915-1917, 1940-1941]
WICKLOE, PETER. Pseudonym of Douglas V(alder) Duff, 1901-1978, q.v.
Casper Clinton China Coaster. Blackie, 1951
WILCOX, JESS. Pseudonym of Mel(vin Lytton) Heimer, 1915-1971, q.v. (Correction.)
WILKINSON, (WILLIAM) RODERICK
Murder Belongs to Me! [Glasgow] SC: Ken Daly
WILKINSON, RONALD SCOTTHORN. (Giving name in full.)
WILLIAMS, ALFRED ROWBERRY. 1888-1944. Born in Upton on Severn, Worcstershire, England; died in Watford, Hertfordshire, England. (Correction of birthplace.)
WILLIAMS, BEN AMES. Born in Macon, Mississippi; educated at Dartmouth; lived in Massachusetts and died in Brookline.
WILLIAMS, H(ENRY) L(LEWELLYN)
Bob Brierly, the Ticket-of-Leave Man. DeWitt (New York), 187?
Joaquin, the Claude Duval of California; or, The Marauders of the Mines. DeWitt (New York), 187?
The Steel Safe; or, The Stains and Splendors of New York Life. DeWitt (New York), 1868 [New York City]
WILLIS, MABEL AUDREY. Correct to: MABEL AUBREY WILLIS.
Flower of Vengeance. (Title correction.)
WILSON, GUY [GUY ETHERINGTON-WILSON]. 1926- . Born in Epsom, Surrey.
WILSON, TOM. Born in Dumfries, Scotland; living in Somerset, England. (For author of “A Criminal Act”)
WILTON, HAL. Add pseudonym: John Marshall, q.v.
WIMMER, DICK. 1936-2011.
WINWARD, (RICHARD) WALTER
-The Conscripts. Delete (not criminous)
WISE, ROBERT (L.). 1939- .
WISHART, DAVID (JOHN). Show name thus.
-Ovid. Add U.S. edition: Felony & Mayhem pb, 2006
WITLEY, A. F.
Dangerously Blonde. [U.S.]
WOOD, (SAMUEL) ANDREW. 1887-1966. (Correcting birth date.)
Hands of Death. [Belfast]
WOODTHORPE, R(ALPH) C(ARTER). 1886-1971. Born in Scotland; died in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England; a teacher.
WORTHINGTON-STUART, BRIAN ARTHUR. 1902-1981(?).
Don’t Come Back! [California]
WURR, H(ERBERT) J(OSEPH). 1894-1954. Born in Middlesex, England; died in Scotland.
YARDLEY, MAUD H. 1866-1954.
Nor All Your Tears. Sisley’s (London), 1908; Fenno (New York), 1908
Death Is a Z. [England]
ZELLERBACH, MERLA [MERLA BURSTEIN ZELLERBACH GOERNER]. Show name thus.
ZINBERG, LEONARD S. Add pseudonym: Steve April, q.v.
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