PART 43: Return to the Main Page.
St. Burl’s Obituary. [New York City]
ALBERTAZZIE, RALPH (DAYTON). 1923-2011.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT. Michael Ronald Legat, 1923-2011.
ALLINGHAM, MARGERY (LOUISE)
The Black Dudley Murder. Correct publication date to: 1929
An Ordinary Accident. [England]
ANGLOVITZ, MAURICE. 1916-2011. Note: His last name was rendered on his birth record as “Anglowitz.” This, however, was a misspelling of his actual last name; his name evolved into Mick Anglo in the 1930s and 1940s.
ANONYMOUS. SC: Claude Duval = CD; Jonathan Wild = JW; Red Wolf (a pirate) = RW; Nightshade series = N.
Black Bess; or, Claude to the Rescue. De Witt & Davenport (New York), 1856 CD
The Black Brothers. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
The Black Eagle. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
The Bleeding Phantom; or, Wild in Fetters. De Witt (New York), 1866 JW
Blueskin Baffled; or, The Highwayman’s Trap. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1863
Captain Hawk; or, The Life of a Highwayman. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1860s
Captain Heron; or, The Highwayman of Epping Forest. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1862 [England]
Captain M’Cleane; or, The Gallop to the Gallows. De Witt (New York), 1860s
The Cask of Gold; or, Claude in the Tower. De Witt (New York), 1867 CD
Claude and the Abbess; or, A Night in a Nunnery. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
Claude and the Countess; or, Nightshade Near Newgate. De Witt (New York), 1865 N
Claude Captured; or, A Night in Newgate. De Witt (New York), 1867 CD
Claude Duval and His Companions; or, The Race on the Road. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1863 CD
Claude in a Convent; or, The Nuns and the Highwayman. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
Claude in His Dungeon; or, Maggs the Traitor. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
Claude in the Cathedral; or, A Night in the Vaults. De Witt (New York), 1867 N
Claude in the Cave; or, The Chamber of Death. De Witt (New York), 1868 CD
Claude to the Rescue; or, The Escape of Duval and the Maniac Heiress. De Witt (New York), 1859 CD
Claude’s Last Bullet; or, The Price of Three Lives. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
Clifford Conquers; or, Dora Delivered. De Witt (New York), 1866 JW
Clifford in Danger; or, The Malice of Wild. De Witt (New York), 1865 JW
Dare-Devil Dick; or, The Road and Its Riders. De Witt and Davenport (New York), 1852 CD
Death to the Traitor. De Witt (New York), 1856 CD
Diana, the Sorceress. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
Dick Flybynight and the Black Gang. De Witt (New York), 1860s
Duval and the Duchess; or, A Midnight Row at St. James’s. De Witt (New York), 1858 CD
Duval at Bay; or, Claude’s Career Closed. De Witt (New York), 1868 CD
Duval Denounced; or, The Haunted Mansion. De Witt (New York), 1868 CD
Duval in a Duel; or, The Abduction of Lucy. De Witt (New York), 1865 CD
The Emerald; an Annual Keepsake of Beauty, Art, and Literature. Riley (London), 1830s ss (criminous = *): The Enchantress \ An Evening of Lucy Ashton’s \ Experiments; or, The Lover from Ennui \ *The Knife \ Rebecca \ The Talisman \ Theresa
The Fatal Tree; or, The Gibbet Bears Fruit. De Witt (New York), 1867 N
Gentleman Jack; or, Life on the Road. De Witt (New York), 1850s CD
The Girl in the Gibbet; or, Claude Saves the Captive. De Witt (New York), 1866? N
Grace Manning; or, The Vengeance of Claude Duval. De Witt (New York), 1850s
Handsome Jack; or, The Shadow of the Scaffold. De Witt (New York), 1860s
The Hangman of Newgate; or, The Highwayman’s Adventures. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1860s [England]
The Highwayman’s Bride; or, The Capture of Claude Duval. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
The Highwayman’s Doom; or, The Road and the Riders. De Witt (New York), 1866? N
The Highwayman’s Ride to York; or, The Death of Black Bess. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1863 [England]
The Highwayman’s Stratagem; or, Claude on the Scaffold. De Witt (New York), 1860s
Hounslow Jack; or, Duval and the Dark Lantern. De Witt (New York), 1866
Jack and His Bride; or, The Highwayman’s Flight. De Witt & Davenport (New York),
Jamba, the Black Pirate. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
Jenny Diver, the Female Highwayman. De Witt (New York), 1860s
Jonathan Wild; or, The Daring Adventures of Paul Clifford. De Witt (New York), 1865 JW
Jonathan Wild’s Stratagem; or, The Highwayman’s Escape. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1862 JW
The Last Leap; or, The Reward of Crime. De Witt (New York), 1867 N
Liberty Hall; or, The Modern Decameron. Beeton’s Christmas Annual (London), 1870 ss (several criminous): The Biter Bit \ The Finger of Fate \ The Game for Life \ Guilty or Not Guilty? \ A Night’s Adventures \ The Penalty of Invisibility \ The True Tale of Timothy Tippington \ Twixt Love and Duty \ Who Stole the Pig?
Lucy Thornton; or, Claude in the Chateau. De Witt (New York), 1865 CD
Luke, the Lurker; or, Duval Dares. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
The Masked Duel; or, The Police Officer’s Mishap. Munro (New York), 1870
Midnight Jack; or, Wild to the Halter. De Witt (New York), 1866 JW
Moonlight Jack; or, Claude and His Captor. De Witt (New York), 1867 CD
The Mysterious Cavern. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
Ned Blake; or, The Doomed Highwayman. Peterson (Philadelphia), ca.1870
Nibbling Joe; or, Dora Defended. De Witt (New York), 1865 JW
Nightshade; or, Claude Duval, the Dashing Highwayman. De Witt (New York), 1865 N
Nightshade on the Heath; or, Claude and the King. De Witt (New York), 1865 N
The Ocean Monarch. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
Paul and Dora; or, Jonathan Wild Baffled. De Witt (New York), 1866 JW
Paul Clifford’s Revenge; or, The Fate of Jonathan Wild. De Witt (New York), 1865 JW
The Pirate’s Bride. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
Red Wolf, the Pirate. De Witt (New York), 1870 RW
The Renegade Gipsy; or, The Betrayal of Claude Duval. De Witt (New York), 1854 CD
The Ride for Life; or, Claude in Jeopardy. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
Roger O’Donnell; or, The Irish Claude Duval, being a Tale of Woman’s Vengeance. De Witt (New York), 1860s
Rosa Bell, the Prince’s Victim; or, Duval in a Boarding School. De Witt (New York), 1865 CD
The Struggle for Life; or, Claude and the Skeleton Horseman. De Witt (New York), 1860s CD
Tom Ripon; or, The Highwayman and Housebreaker. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1863
Tyburn Tree; or, The Mysteries of the Past. De Witt (New York), 1860s
Wild a Fugitive. De Witt (New York), 1865 JW
Wild Betrayed. De Witt (New York), 1866 JW
Wild in Limbo. De Witt (New York), 1865 JW
ARNOLD, FREDERICK. 1833-1901. (Correcting the death date.)
Mr. Hyde. [Rumania]
ASHBY-STERRY, J(OSEPH). ca.1836-1917.
Nutshell Novels. Hutchinson, 1891 ss (at least one criminous)
ASTON, ELIZABETH ANN EDMONDSON. 1948- . Pseudonym: Elizabeth Pewsey, q.v.
The Gold and Copper Delamonds. [England]
BAILIE, ALEXANDER DUKE. ca.1840-1890.
BAINES, CANDICE P. 1954- . Pseudonym: Candice B. Poarch, q.v.
BAIR, MICHAEL. 1963- .
BANKS, CHARLES EUGENE. 1852-1932. Born in Iowa; died in Honolulu; reporter, editor, publisher.
-John Dorn, Promoter. Monarch (Chicago), 1906
BARBER, AELETA NICHOLS. 1899-1985. See: Aeleta Nichols.
Blackbeard; or, The Pirate of Roanoke. Gleason (Boston), 1847 [ship]
Clarilda, the Female Pickpocket. Gleason (Boston), 1847
The Female Spy; or, The Child of the Regiment. Gleason’s Publishing (Boston), 1846 (Also contain ss: “The Happiness of Wealth”.)
Francisco, the Pirate of the Pacific. Gleason’s Publishing (Boston), 1845 [ship]
Jack Rann; or, Sixteen-String Jack: the Noble-Hearted Highwayman. Ritchie (London), 1860
The Land Pirate; or, The Wild Girl of the Beach. Gleason (Boston), 1847
Mornilva; or, The Outlaw of the Forest. Gleason’s Publishing (Boston), 1846
-The Nymph of the Ocean; or, The Pirate’s Betrothed. United States Publishing (Boston), 1846
The Pirate Queen; or, The Magician of the Sea. Gleason (Boston), 1848 (Also contains ss: The Disguised Maiden \ Ever Constant \ Heloise; or, The Heroine of Paris \ Luweze, the Little Dutch Cook \ The Maiden; or, The Man-at-Arms.)
-Bethany. Mysteries to Die For pb, 1996
A Mansion and Its Murder. British edition: Alison, 2011, as by Robert Barnard (Correction.)
The Man from the Rock. Delete series character
Night Is for Violence. [England] no SC
Operation Trigeminal. [London]
BELFIELD, H(ARRY) WEDGWOOD. 1893-1964. Born in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England; died in Worthing, West Sussex.
Red Wolf--Pirate. Amalgamated pb, 1934
Villains Galore. [England]
BELL, RANDELL CLEVELAND, JR. 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
BELTRAM, EDWARD FRANK. 1946- . Joint pseudonym with several others: Norman Moore, q.v.
BELVEDERE, LEE. V(alerie) Merle (Spanner) Grayland, 1924-1985.
The Jigsaw Man. [England]
BENTON, JOHN L. House name. One listed title is by Thomas Albert Curry, 1900-1976, but authorship of others not clear.
The Art Treasure Murders. (By Robert Sidney Bowen, 1900-1977, q.v.)
Duane of the F.B.I. (By Thomas Albert Curry, 1900-1976, q.v.)
BERGQUIST, LILLIAN [LILLIAN BERGQUIST ROSE]. (Adding married name.) Irving (Joseph?) Moore, 1914(?)-1993(?).
BERROW, (CYRIL) NORMAN. 1902-1986.
BEVAN, GLORY ISABEL. (Correcting the first name.) 1911-1998.
-My Lady Notorious. Avon pb, 1993 [England, 1800s]
Derringer. Mysteries to Die For pb, 1996
BLACKMON, ANITA [ANITA BLACKMON SMITH]. 1892-1943. (Correcting the dates.)
Deadly Honeymoon. Film: MGM, 1974, as Nightmare Honeymoon (scw: S. Lee Pogostin; dir: Elliot Silverstein)
BOOTON, (CATHERINE A.) KAGE. (Show name thus.)
BOWER, B. M.
Jean of the Lazy A. Little, 1915 [West]
BRADSHAW, MRS. ALBERT S.
Murder at the Boarding House. [England]
BRANDRETH, CHARLES A.
-The Lady of the Swamp. [England, 1600s]
BRIDGMAN, GERALDINE. Ianthe (Bridgman) Jerrold [Ianthe Bridgman Menges]. 1897-1977.
Let Him Lie. (Deleting the dash.)
BRODERICK, GERRY P. [GERALD PATRICK BRODERICK]. 1912-1955. Born in Canada; died in Los Angeles; a controller for film companies.
BROWN, J(OHN) EDWARD. 1929-2009. Born in New Zealand; a ship’s radio operator who lived on several Pacific islands.
BROWNE, HOWARD. Possible pseudonym: Boris O’Hara, q.v.
If Your Cover Is Blown. [New Guinea]
BUCHEISTER, PATRICIA LOUISE. (Giving name in full.)
The Red Revenger; or, The Pirate King of the Floridas. Gleason (Boston), 1848
BURKE, JEAN. John (Frederick) Burke, 1922-2011.
BURKE, JOHN (FREDERICK). 1922-2011.
BURKE, JONATHAN. John (Frederick) Burke, 1922-2011.
Gossip to the Grave. [London]
Only the Ruthless Can Play. [London] no SC
Rob the Lady. [England] no SC
Someone Lying, Someone Dying. [England] no SC
Teach Yourself Treachery. [Holland, Denmark] no SC
The Twisted Tongues. [England] no SC
BURKHARDT, EVE. 1899-1963. Born Evelyn Alice Johnson in Chicago; died in Exeter, California.
BURNS, ROY. Pseudonym of Andrew J. Gardner, 1944- . Other pseudonym: Andrew Harrell, q.v.
BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE
The Girl from Hollywood. Macaulay, 1923; Methuen, 1924 [Los Angeles]
-The Mucker, and The Return of the Mucker. McClurg, 1921. Note: In England, The Mucker was published alone by Methuen in 1921.
The Oakdale Affair. (Note: includes “The Rider.”)
BURT, K(ATHARINE) N(EWLIN). Byline also: Katharine Newlin, q.v.
BUTLER, DAN(IEL EUGENE). 1954- .
The Case of the Dead Flamingo Dancer. French (NYC), 1997 (2-act play.)
BUTLER, R. (Correcting byline for book “Assassin”.)
Murder at the “Signal”. [England]
CAIRNS, PETER. George Edward Mulgrue, 1909-1991.
CALLAN, MICHAEL FEENEY
Cinderella’s Dead. (Title correction.) [England]
Murder on the Brampton. Correct publication date to: 1978
CANNAN, DENIS. Harold Denis Pullein-Thompson, 1919-2011. Changed his name to Cannan legally in 1964.
CANNING, VICTOR. Birth name: Victor Cannings.
-Table Number Seven. (Note: This was completed after Victor Canning’s death by his sister, Jean Cannings Tearle, 1918-2010.)
Bullets Bite Deep. [Australia, 1860s]
The Octopus’ Shadow. [Florida]
The Steel Mask. [England]
CASARES, JOSE MORENO. 1954- . Pseudonym: Pepe Moreno, q.v.
CASE, FRANCES POWELL. 1856- .
CASSILL, R(ONALD) V(ERLIN)
-A Taste of Sin. Add British edition: Digit pb, 1959
CAUDWELL, CHRISTOPHER. Pseudonym of C(hristopher) St. John Sprigg, 1907-1937, q.v.
This My Hand. H. Hamilton, 1936
Death on a Quiet Beach. [London]
CHANCE, JOHN NEWTON
A Shadow Called Janet. [England] No SC
CHARLES, IONA. Carolyn Nichols, 1943(?)- .
CHARLTON, JOHN. Martin (Charlton) Woodhouse, 1932-2011.
CHERNILO. Michael Andrews Morrison, ca.1854-1923.
CHETWYND-HAYES, R(ONALD HARRY GLYNN)
Terror by Night. Correct ss Lilicis and the Water-Horse to: Lileas and the Water-Horse. Note: ss The Colored Transmission in the U.S. edition is replaced by ss Bits and Pieces in the British edition.
CLAUSEN, CARL. Add: He was a sailor, miner, pearl-fisher, life insurance salesman, window cleaner, lumber jack, copra trader and opera singer before turning to writing; came to the U.S. in 1906 knowing practically no English.
CLEMENS, NANCY. Pseudonym of Fern Elaine Nance (Shumate), 1910-2003. (Correction.) Born in Montevallo, Missouri; died in Springfield, Missouri; also wrote as Anthony Gish, and as Fern Nance Shumate; journalist, freelance newspaper feature writer, floral designer and avid bird watcher.
Needle. Correct date of Gollancz edition to: 1961
Through the Eye of a Needle. Show as pb
CLEVELAND, JIM. Delete entry.
COCKS, PAUL (ASHLEY). 1961-1984. He was born with spina bifida, and died before the book was published. Mary Salter, 1907-2000, was a retired schoolteacher who lived in Lyndhurst, Hampshire.
Twilight Arrow. [England]
COKE, DESMOND (FRANCIS TALBOT)
-Wilson’s. Delete (not criminous)
COLLEY, I(SOBEL) B(AIN). 1908-1991.
COLOMBO, PAT. George Edward Mulgrue, 1909-1991.
CONNINGTON, J. J.
The Four Defences. Show British edition spelled thus.
CONRAD, BARNABY. Niels (L.) Mortensen (Jr.), 1922-1995.
CONWAY, GERRY [GERARD F. CONWAY]. 1952- .
The Black Widow: The Coldest War. Marvel, 1990 (Graphic novel.)
CONYERS, DOROTHEA [DOROTHEA BLOOD-SMYTH CONYERS WHITE]. 1869-1949. (Correcting the birth date.) Born in Bedamore, County Limerick, Ireland; died in Nantinan, County Limerick.
Follow Elizabeth. Hutchinson, 1929
COOPER, CRAIG. Delete reference to Jim Cleveland.
A Call to Danger. [England]
CORWIN, NORMAN (LEWIS). 1910-2011.
COWDROY, JOAN A(LICE). (Correcting middle name.)
-The Death-Flag. Shoberl (London), 1851 [Ireland, 1748]
-The Unconscious Sinner. Laurie, 1930; Macaulay, 1930
CURRIE, JOHN DESMOND. Delete.
CURTIS, JACK. Add pseudonym: David Pascoe, q.v.
CURTIS, ROBERT (GEORGE). Add: private secretary to Edgar Wallace, 1875-1932, q.v., for fifteen years.
CUTHELL, EDITH E. (FOSTER). 1853-1929. Born in Sandy Place, Sandy, Bedfordshire; spent some years in India, then settled in Surrey.
In Camp and Cantonment. Stories of Foreign Service. Hurst, 1897 ss (with some crime): An Arrested Elopement \ Bullied by a Bull \ Caught in a Dust-Storm \ An Egyptian Mystery \ The General’s Glass Eye \ A Hill Tragedy \ A Horrible Honeymoon \ In the Camp of the Shadow of Death \ My First Duel \ Petted by a Panther \ Revenge Is Sweet \ The Sincerest Flattery \ The Sister in Grey \ A Story of the Stubbles \ A Tale of a Troop-Ship
DANIEL, ROLAND. SC: Brian O’Mallay (corrected spelling)
Arrested for Murder. SC: Brian O’Mallay, Wu Fang (Correction.) [Caribbean]
Deadly Mission. [Caribbean]
The Hunting of Mr. Gloves. [England]
DARBY, RUTH. Ruth Darby Paine, 1909-1986. (Correction.)
DAVENPORT, MARCIA. 1903-1996. Ref: CA.
-East Side, West Side. Scribner, 1947; Collins, 1948 [New York City] Film: MGM, 1949 (scw: Isobel Lennart; dir: Mervyn LeRoy)
The Golden Lode. [Canada]
DAVIES, G(EORGE) CHRISTOPHER. 1849-1922.
-The Golden Shaft. Bentley, 1875 [Wales]
DAY, (FRANK) JULIAN. (Adding first name.) Retired British Civil Servant.
DEAN, AMBER [AMBER MABEL DEAN GETZEN]. (Show name thus.)
DEE, R. K. John James O’Hara Wood, ca.1863-1920. (Correcting birth date.)
DE FONBLANQUE, ALBANY. 1829-1924.
A Family Tree. Bentley, 1876 [1600s]
DEKKER, JOHNNY. Maurice Anglowitz, 1916-2011.
DELEPIERRE, OCTAVE. 1802-1879.
Old Flanders; or, Popular Traditions and Legends of Belgium. Newby (London), 1845 [Belgium] (Translation of “Chroniques, Traditions et Legendes de l’Ancienne Histoire des Flamands.” France, 1834.) ss (with some crime): The Abbey of Waulsort \ Antigon; or, The Giant of Antwerp \ Baldwin of Constantinople \ Baldwin of the Hatchet \ The Blankenburg Fisherman \ The Carved Chimney \ The Castle of Maldeghem \ The Castle of Zomerghem \ The Cobbler \ The Corsair’s Daughter \ The Dry Well \ Ethelinde and Engelran \ Festival of the Golden Fleece \ Four Episodes of a Grand Drama, in 1223, A.D. \ Henri de Calloo \ Herman, the Tiler \ The Iron Lady of Maestricht \ Jehan, the Libeller \ Legend of the Fair Godelieve \ The Sacrilege \ The Street of the Cross \ The Tournament of the Golden Tree
DELF, T(HOMAS) W(ILLIAM) H(ERBERT).
The Man in the Check Suit. [England]
Circus-Show. Hutchinson, 1931
The Seven Houses. Hutchinson, 1929 [Austria]
DEMARIS, OVID. Pseudonym of Ovide Ernest Desmarais. (Correction.)
DE MARNE, DENIS (A. J.). 1935- .
DENISON, DULCIE WINIFRED CATHERINE (BAILEY). 1915-2011.
DE NORMAND, HUGH
The Brigand Captive; or, The Gipsy Queen. Alden, Beardsley (Auburn, New York), 1854. Also published as: The Gipsy Queen; or, The Brigand Captive. Alden, Beardsley (Auburn and Buffalo, New York), 1855
DESMARAIS, OVIDE ERNEST. (Correction.)
His Reverence the Rogue. [England] No SC
DEVINE, D(AVID) M(cDONALD)
Devil at Your Elbow. U.S. title: The Devil at Your Elbow
This Is Your Death. Delete here (moved to Dominic Devine entry)
Death Is My Bridegroom. Show Walker edition as by D. M. Devine
The Sleeping Tiger. Show Walker edition as by D. M. Devine
This Is Your Death. Collins, 1981; St. Martin’s, 1982 [England, 1962]
DEXTER, TED and CLIFFORD MAKINS
Deadly Putter. [England]
Be My Victim. Add British edition: Ace (London), 1957
One to Jump. Delete series characters
DOYLE, DEBRA. 1952- . Joint pseudonym with James D. MacDonald, 1954- : Douglas Morgan, q.v.
-A Web in Childhood. [England, early 1800s]
DUKES, GALEN C.
DUNNE, BERNARD. 1916-1992.
DUPUY, ELIZA A(NN). Add: died in New Orleans, Louisiana.
-The Pirate’s Daughter. Ely and Robinson (New York), 1845
DURAND, RALPH (ANTHONY). 1876-1945. Librarian and museum curator, world traveler, author of novels, short stories and reference works.
Set a Thief. Ward Lock, 1928
EDEN, DOROTHY (ENID)
The Daughters of Ardmore Hall. Show date of Ace edition as 1967
ESMOND, HARRIET. John (Frederick) Burke, 1922-2011.
EVA, FRANCIS JAMES. Pseudonym: Francis Keast, q.v.
EVANS, JOHN. Possible pseudonym: Boris O’Hara, q.v.
EVERTON, FRANCIS. Francis William Stokes, 1883-1956.
FAULKNER, FLORENCE (OSTERN)
A Challenge for Two. [San Francisco]
FAVORS, JEAN (ELIZABETH) M(ORRIS)
Programmed for Danger. (Note: This was one of four books in the “Find Your Fate” series intended for younger readers and based on the film “A View to a Kill,” based in turn on a ss by Ian Fleming, 1908-1964, q.v.)
FENISONG, RUTH. Birth name: Ruth Feinsong.
FLEMING, E(DWARD) L(ASCELLES). Note: He changed his name from Edward Fleming to Edward Lascelles Fleming in 1920.
FLEMING, IAN (LANCASTER)
From a View to a Kill. Film: MGM, 1985, as A View to a Kill (scw: Richard Maibaum, Michael G. Wilson; dir: John Glen)
FLETCHER, J(OSEPH) S(MITH)
The Harvest Moon. Correct U.S. edition from Doran, 1927 to: McBride, 1909.
The Achilles Mandate. [London, Paris]
FOLDES, GABRIELA REVESZ. See: Yolanda Foldes.
FOLDES, YOLANDA. Given name apparently Gabriela Revesz Foldes.
Bury by Night. Correct setting from Dublin to Ireland
FOLLIOTT-STOKES, A(LLEN) G. 1855-1939.
A Moorland Princess. Greening, 1904
FOOTNER, (WILLIAM) HULBERT
A Self-Made Thief. Correct Collins publication date to: 1927
FORD, FLORENCE. 1900-1977. Lived in Cincinnati.
FOERS, JOHN BERTRAM INNOCENT. 1914-1995. Pseudonym: John Fores, q.v.
FORES, JOHN. Pseudonym of John Bertram Innocent Foers, 1914-1995. Born in Doncaster, England; died in Yeovil, England; entered Civil Service (Customs & Excise Department) at age 16, joined the RAF in 1941 and served as an air navigator; returned to Civil Service in 1946 at London Airport before turning to full-time writing in 1953.
The Last Adventure. [England, Middle East]
FORFEX ET HESTA. Correct to: FORFEX ET HASTA
FRANCILLON, R(OBERT) E(DWARD)
One by One. Chatto, 1883 novelets (criminous = *): *By Day and Night \ Old Father Time \ *One by One
The Seal of the Snake. Grant & Co. (London), 1887 [France, Caribbean]
FUJITAKE, DENNIS (KUNIO), 1949- , and JAN (STEVEN) STRNAD, 1950- .
Keith Laumer’s Retief! Apple Press pb, 1990 (Graphic novel based on the stories by Keith Laumer, 1925-1993, q.v.)
The Man Hunt. (Deleting the dash.)
-The War Breakers. Hodder, 1939
GARD, ANSON A(LBERT). 1848-ca.1915.
My Friend Bill. Many Stories Told in the Telling of One. Emerson (New York City), 1900 [New York City] (Episodic novel with some episodes criminous.)
GARDINER, ANNIE. ca.1869- . Pseudonym: Mythrilla, q.v.
GARDNER, ANDREW J. 1944- . Pseudonyms: Roy Burns, Andrew Harrell, qq.v.
GASK, ARTHUR (CECIL)
The Tragedy of the Silver Moon. [London]
GAUTIER-SMITH, PETER CLAUDIUS. Neurologist at a top London hospital; writer on medical subjects.
GEORGE, GERTRUDE M.
-The Valley of Sorek. Redway (London), 1884
GEORGE, HERBERT. Probable pseudonym of Herbert George Flaxman Spurrell, 1877-1918.
The Master of Means. Greening, 1907 [London]
GEORGE, JONATHAN. John (Frederick) Burke, 1922-2011.
GERARD, (JANE) E(MILY) [JANE EMILY GERARD DE LASZOWSKA]. 1849-1905.
Bis. Blackwood, 1890 [Europe] ss (with some crime)
GERSON, JACK. 1928- .
GERSTACKER, FRIEDRICH. (Note: First name sometimes given as Frederick.)
Blackfoot, the Pirate; or, The Buccaneers Betrayed. DeWitt (New York), 1856
The Two Convicts. Routledge, 1857 (Translation of “Die Beiden Straflingen.” Leipzig, 1857.)
The Ghosts of Sin-Chang. [China]
A Princess of Jutedom. (Deleting the dash.) [Scotland]
Pretty Miss Bellew. Bentley, 1875
De Profundis. [London]
The Doctor of Beauweir. Tinsley,1 868
GILCHRIST, R(OBERT) MURRAY
The Abbey Mystery. [England]
-The Labyrinth. [England]
-The Two Goodwins. [England]
GILZEAN, ELIZABETH (HOUGHTON BLANCHET). 1913-1995.
GIRALDUS. Gerald John O’Driscoll, ca.1886-1946.
GLISSANT, EDOUARD (MATHIEU). 1928-2011.
Uncle Crotty’s Relations. Smith, Elder (London), 1863 [England]
GOODRICH, ARTHUR. Rose A(melia) Palmer, 1874-1961.
GRAY, DULCIE. Dulcie Winifred Catherine (Bailey) Denison, 1915-2011.
GRAYLAND, V(ALERIE) MERLE (SPANNER). 1924-1985.
GREEN, MISS M. P. Pseudonym: Gay Parker, q.v.
Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters. DC Comics, 1989 (Graphic novel.)
GREY, EVELYN. Pseudonym of Susan Leslie. (Correction.)
HAGMAN, BETTE (BUSH). (Adding middle/maiden name.)
HAINING, ROBERT. Michael Ronald Legat, 1923-2011.
HARDING, RONALD S. L.
The Library of Death. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2011
One Dreadful Night. Add U.S. edition: Ramble House pb, 2011
HARRELL, ANDREW. Pseudonym of Andrew J. Gardner, 1944- . (Correction.) Other pseudonym: Roy Burns, q.v.
A Touch of Jade. [England]
HARRIS, LEONARD (JEROME). 1929-2011.
HARSENT, DAVID. Add pseudonym: David Pascoe, q.v.
HARTE, (FRANCIS) BRET. 1836-1902. (Correcting birth date.)
Snow-Bound at Eagle’s. Houghton, 1886 [California]
HARWOOD, EDMUND (DONALD). 1924-2002. Born in Cannes, France; Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy.
Poetic License. Wadswell pb, 1991
HASKINS, WILLIAM. Pseudonym: Dmitri O’Callaghan, q.v.
HASTINGS, MICHAEL (GERALD TAYLOR). 1938-2011.
HATTON, PAULA DAHLEN. 1950- . Pseudonym: Elizabeth Oliver, q.v.
HAYMAN, MARK. Add pseudonym: Will Palmer, q.v.
HAYWARD, DAVID. Pseudonym of David W. Stokes.
HENHAM, ERNEST G(EORGE)
-Tenebrae. Skeffington, 1896; Ramble House pb, 2009
HENRY, (MATILDA) SUE. (Adding first name.)
Women Are Dynamite. [England]
Hold the Back Page, with Andrew Nickolds, 1949- . (Correction.)
HEYS, JO. SC: Detective Constable Garrod = G.
No Clear Evidence. G
Tinker’s Curse. G
HILL, PETER. (Not the author of “The Enthusiast”, etc.) Pseudonym: Peter Pembroke, q.v.
HILL, WARREN. Pseudonym of Harold Christopher Norman, 1876-ca.1934. (Correction.)
HILLYARD, WILLIAM HEARD
Reginald Vernon; or, The Fatal Likeness. Murray, 1868 (Corrected publisher and date; note that the title page is dated 1867.)
HILTON, CHRISTOPHER. 1944-2010. Journalist/sportswriter and author of more than 60 books.
HOLDAWAY, NEVILLE ALDRIDGE. Born on the Isle of Wight; died in Surrey Mideastern, Surrey, England; a teacher by profession, who lived in India for a while.
A Man Must Live. [London]
HOPPER, RICHARD H(OPPER?) HOLME, 1852(?0-1924(?). Pseudonym: Mardale, q.v.
Bowman Strikes Again. [California]
HOWARD, LOUIS GEORGE REDMOND. (Giving name in full.)
HOYT, RICHARD (DUANE)
Bigfoot. Add British edition: Linford pb, 2006
Whoo? Add British edition: Linford pb, 2006
HUDGINS, SHARON KAY. 1953- . Joint pseudonym with several others: Norman Moore, q.v.
Jonathan Wild; or, The Thieftaker’s Daughter. Winn (London), 1855
HUGHLOCK, JERALYN J. 1946- . Joint pseudonym with several others: Norman Moore, q.v.
HUGILL, ROBERT. Delete reference to Andrew Harrell.
HUNT, (MARY) EVE(LYN). ca.1915- .
ILE, TASMAN. Alan Palamountain, 1903(?)-1991(?).
The Beautiful Murder [Los Angeles]
Diamond Fingers. [Los Angeles]
The Jade Eye. [Los Angeles]
The Killer’s Conscience. [Los Angeles]
The Man Who Stole Heaven. [Los Angeles]
The Money Murder. [Los Angeles]
The Night of the Crisis. [Greece]
The Non-Murder. [San Francisco]
The Witchcraft Murder. [Massachusetts]
INNES, JEAN. Jean (Innes) Saunders, 1932-2011.
IRWIN, FRANCES. Delete entry (listed title not criminous)
JALES, RONALD HARRY W. Add pseudonym: Will Palmer, q.v.
My Dead Self. Chatto, 1892
JAYE, PETER. Rance Pochin-Johnson, 1911-1966.
JENKINS, RBECCA. SC: Frederick Raif Jarrett, in “The Duke’s Agent” and subsequent novel(s).
JERMAIN, SYLVANUS PIERSON. (Deleting question mark.)
JERROLD, IANTHE (BRIDGMAN) [IANTHE BRIDGMAN MENGES]. 1897-1977.
JOHNSON, DOLORES. 1949- . (Deleting birth/death dates and middle name, adding new birth date.)
JONES, HAZEL WYNN. 1921(?)-1990.
JONES, STEVEN PHILIP. 1960- .
Dracula. Malibu pb, 1990 (Graphic novel version of novel by Bram Stoker, 1847-1912, q.v.)
JOSEPH, GEORGE (ISRAEL). 1909-1989. (Correcting the birth date.) Birth name: Israel Joseph.
JOURNET, TERENCE (HARRY). 1919-2000. Born in London; died in Wellington, New Zealand.
Without Fear. [Australia]
KANE, HENRY. 1908-1988. Probable birth name: Henry Cohen.
KANE, MARK. Delete reference to Jim Cleveland.
KEAST, FRANCIS. Pseudonym of Francis James Eva. (Correction.)
KEELER, HARRY STEPHEN. 1889-1967. (Correcting birth date.) Add: Publisher and editor of 10 Story Magazine. Show Hazel Goodwin Keeler, 1891-1960, as co-bylined at least on the following Keeler books: The Case of the Barking Clock, The Case of the Transposed Legs, Stand By, London Calling, and The Strange Will.
KEELER, HAZEL GOODWIN. 1891-1960. Birth name: Hazel Victoria Goodwin. See: Harry Stephen Keeler, 1889-1967.
KEILSTRUP, MARGARET. 1945- . Pseudonyms: Margaret Lawrence, M. K. Lorens, qq.v.
KENNEDY, (WILLIAM) STETSON. 1916-2011.
KENYON, PAUL. Pseudonym of Donald C. Moffitt, 1931- . (Correction.)
KERSHAW, I(SABEL) B(LANCHE). 1902-1933. Born Isabel Blanche Parsons, married Cecil Ashworth Kershaw in 1921.
KING, ALBERT. Delete reference to Jim Cleveland.
KING, CHRISTOPHER. Delete reference to Jim Cleveland.
KINSLEY, PETER. 1934-2009. Newspaperman with Daily Mirror, Daily Express, and as a freelancer in France; died in London.
KIPPAX, FRANK. Pseudonym of James Albert Needle, 1943- . (Correction.)
KNAPP, JACK (EDWARD) STUART. 1903-1969. Born in Fargo, North Dakota; graduated from North Dakota State College; also studied at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City and Max Factor’s make-up studio in Hollywood; died in Portland, Oregon.
The Command Performance. Baker (Boston), 1936 (1-act play.)
Once Too Often. [England]
In the Still of the Night. [London]
LANGE, KELLY. Birth name: Dorothy Scafard.
Corpses in the Cellar. (by Richard O’Brien, 1934- , q.v.)
The Gilded Canary. (by Richard O’Brien, 1934- , q.v.
Hate Is Thicker Than Blood. (by Richard O’Brien, 1934- ,q .v.)
LAUMER, (JOHN) KEITH. See also: Dennis (Kunio) Fujitake, 1949- .
LAWRENCE, MARGARET. Pseudonym of Margaret Keilstrup, 1945- . (Correction.) Other pseudonym: M. K. Lorens, q.v.
LEGAT, MICHAEL RONALD. 1923-2011.
The Death of Faith. U.S. title: Quietly in Their Sleep. Penguin pb, 2007
Fatal Remedies. Add U.S. edition: Penguin pb, 2007
Friends in High Places; see A Noble Radiance
A Noble Radiance. U.S. title: Friends in High Places. Penguin pb, 2009
Quietly in Their Sleep; see The Death of Faith
LEONARD, ELMORE (JOHN, JR.)
-Escape from Five Shadows. Delete (a western with no significant crime content).
LESLIE, SUSAN. Pseudonym: Evelyn Grey, q.v.
LEWIS, HERSHELL GORDON. Pseudonym: L. E. Murphy, q.v.
LIEPITZ, SUSAN LESLIE. Delete.
LITVINOFF, EMANUEL. 1915-2011.
LLOYD, NORAH KATHLEEN ELIZABETH PATTEN. 1907-2003. Pseudonym: Brian O’Farrell, q.v.
LONG, ROBERT. 1947- .
LORENS, M. K. Pseudonym of Margaret Keilstrup, 1945- . (Correction.) Other pseudonym: Margaret Lawrence, q.v.
LUDLAM, HARRY. Birth name: Herbert W. Ludlam.
LUND, PAUL (RICHARD). 1908-1995.
L’URSULA, BETTY. Rebecca Elizabeth Woodard (Slattery), 1961- .
McCAFFREY, ANNE (INEZ). 1926-2011.
McCALL, ANTHONY. Henry Kane, 1908-1988.
MacDONALD, JAMES D. 1954- . Joint pseudonym with Debra Doyle, 1952- : Douglas Morgan, q.v.
They Won’t Believe Me. [California]
McGAUGHEY, DUDLEY DEAN. Born in Rialto, California; died in Laguna Beach, California.
McGarr and the Method of Descartes. Add British edition: Penguin pb, 1985
MACKAY, CHARLES. 1814-1889.
-Luck, and What Came of It. Allen, 1881
McKAY, KENNETH R. Henry Kane, 1908-1988.
MANKELL, HENNING. Correct SC to: Insp. Kurt Wallander.
MARDALE. Pseudonym of Richard H(olme?) Hopper, 1852(?)-1924(?).
-Life and Adventures of Rupert Calderford. Water Scott (London), 1904
MARKO, ZEKIAL. Born in Monterey, California; died in Centralia, Washington.
MARON, MARGARET (ELIZABETH BROWN). Show name thus.
MARTIN, DAVID RALPH. 1935-2007. Born in Birmingham, died in Bridport Dorset, England.
MARVUGLIO, FRANK PAUL, JR. 1942- . Pseudonym: Frank Paul, q.v.
MATHEWS, FRANCES AYMAR
-The Marquise’s Millions. Funk, 1905
MIALL, ROBERT. John (Frederick) Burke, 1922-2011.
MILLER, DAVID. 1947- . Pseudonym: David Morton, q.v.
Hard Boiled. [U.S., 2029]
MILLS, (WILLIAM) MERVYN
The Long Haul. [England]
MITCHELL, JAMES (WILLIAM)
-Among Arabian Sands. [England] (Corrected setting.)
MOFFITT, DONALD C. 1931- . Pseudonym: Paul Kenyon, q.v.
MOORE, ARTHUR. 1866-1907(?).
MOORE, CALLEY. Tonya (Lee) Ramagos, 1975- . (Correcting birth date.)
MOORE, CAROLYN TRAVIS. 1944- .
MOORE, DORIS O. Mary Alice Norton, 1912-2005.
MOORE, IRVING (JOSEPH?). 1914(?)-1993(?).
MOORE, MARGARET. 1932- .
MOORE, MIRIAM ANN [ROGOW]. 1964- .
MOORE, NORMAN. Joint pseudonym of Curtis R. Stover, 1944- . Sharon Kay Hudgins, 1953- , Alvin Lee Rodgers, 1943- , Jeralyn J. Hughlock, 1946- , Edward Frank Beltram, 1946- , and Amber Smith, 1946- .
MOORE, PHILIPS. Mary Alice Norton, 1912-2005.
MOORE, RAYANNE. 1945-2010.
MOORE, RICHARD A. 1946- .
MOORE, STANLEY R. 1936-2004.
MOORHOUSE, ARTHUR HERBERT JOSEPH. 1882-1960.
MOORHOUSE, BERNARD. 1949(?)- .
MOORHOUSE, HOPKINS. Arthur Herbert Joseph Moorhouse, 1882-1960.
-No Surrender. [South America, 1863]
MORENO, PEPE. Pseudonym of Jose Moreno Casares, 1954- .
MORGAN, DONALD LEROY. 1928- . Pseudonym: Rus Morgan, q.v.
MORGAN, DOUGLAS. Joint pseudonym of husband and wife Debra Doyle, 1952- , and James D. MacDonald, 1954- .
MORGAN, KINGSTON. 1920- .
MORGAN, PATRICK. George Snyder, 1937- .
MORGAN, RUS. Pseudonym of Donald Leroy Morgan, 1928- .
MORGAN, STEVE. 1957- .
Before I Wake. [New York City, hospital]
-Life’s Wheel. [London, Cairo]
MORRELL, ED. 1869-1946. Born Edward Brennan in Pennsylvania.
MORRIS, ALAN (BLAKE). (Adding middle name.)
MORRIS, DAVE [DAVID LEE MORRIS]. 1956- . (Giving name in full.)
The Plume of Smoke. [England]
MORRIS, GORDON (BRADMAN). 1898-1940. Born in Westchester, New York; died in Los Angeles; actor and playwright.
MORRIS, GWENDOLEN SUTHERLAND. 1892-1973. (Correcting birth date.)
MORRIS, R(ONALD) A(RTHUR) V(ENNER). 1877-1943.
MORRIS, ROBERT McQUARY. (Corrected spelling.)
MORRIS, RODERICK CONWAY. 1954(?)- .
MORRIS, SUZIE (L.). (Adding the initial.)
MORRISON, ALEXANDER. 1894-1931. (Correcting death date.)
MORRISON, H. S.
Ticket in Death. (Corrected title.)
MORRISON, MARGARET. 1883-1957. Add: died in London; a nurse who was Matron of a Red Cross Hospital in WWI and of the Ferry Pilots Hospitals in WWII, then turned to writing.
MORRISON, MICHAEL ANDREWS. ca.1854-1923.
MORSE, ELIZABETH (McCALL). (Adding middle/maiden name.)
MORSE, F(LORENCE) V(OLPE). 1888-1976(?).
MORTENSEN, NIELS (L., JR.). 1922-1995. Born in Milwaukee; died in Oroville, California.
MORTIMER, A(LAN) F. 1937(?)- .
Torch of Venus. [India]
MORTIMORE, JIM [JAMES]. 1962- .
MORTON, DAVID. Pseudonym of David Miller, 1947- .
MORTON, DESMOND FREDERICK. 1925(?)- .
MORTON, TOM. 1955- . Journalist living on the Shetland Islands; hosts a weekly music program on BBC Radio Scotland.
MORWOOD, BARRY. Lawyer in Australia specializing in family and business law; born in New South Wales.
The Dark Side. Gary Allen (Australia), 1997
MOSELEY, MARGARET. 1941- . (Correcting birth date.)
MOSS, PETER. 1935- . (Deleting death date.) Living in Hong Kong.
MOSS, TARA. 1973- . Ref: CA.
MOSS, WARWICK (TENNANT). 1947- .
MOST, K(ENNETH) S. 1924- . (Correcting middle initial.)
The Lucky Unborn. (Adding the “The”.) Add U.S. edition: Xlibris pb, 2005 [London, Miami, Bogota]
MOTT, MARIE MURPHY. 1874-1969. (Correction.)
MOTTER, DEAN. 1953- .
MOTZ, GEORGE G. 1943-2010.
MOUNTEBANK, CHARLES P. Mihailo V. Voukitchevitch, 1933- .
MOUNTFORD, GEORGE F(REDERICK). 1890-1950.
MOUNTJOY, HENRY. Pseudonym of H(enry) DeVere Stacpoole, 1863-1951, q.v.
The Emerald Clue. Mellifont, 1939
-The Path of Deceit. Melrose, 1936
-The Snare of the Wicked. Mellifont, 1943
A Terrible Choice. Mellifont, 1951
-Within the WEB. Melrose, 1936
-A Woman at Bay. (London), 1937
-A Woman’s Ransom. Melrose, 1935
MOWERY, BETTY CHEZUM
The Wailing Terror. [Illinois]
The Red Knight. Ulverscroft, 1990
MOYNIHAN, T. F.
A Terrible Choice. Delete
MUDD, WILLIAM DAVID. 1933- .
MUIR, D(OROTHY) ERSKINE (SHEEPSHANKS). 1889-1977(?).
Crook’s Turning. [England, Scotland]
MULGRUE, GEORGE EDWARD. 1909-1991.
MULHOLLAND, P(ATRICK?) H. 1903(?)-1992(?).
MULLER, MARY. 1914- . South African author.
Encounter at Dawn. Souvenir, 1972
MULLER, PAUL. Delete reference to Jim Cleveland.
MULLIGAN, ROBERT S(MITH). 1941-2004.
MULLINER, ERNEST. 1862(?)-1897(?).
MUNRO, HUGH (MACFARLANE). 1909-1982.
MUNRO, JOHN. Australian author.
The Catwalk Kill. [Australia]
MUNYEMESHA, EVANS. 1969- . (Correcting birth date.)
MURDOCH, GRAHAM W(ITHERINGTON). ca.1842- . (Adding middle name.) Born in Ayrshire, Scotland; author and journalist living in Westmoreland, England, in 1911.
MURFI, LIDIE. 1913-2006. (Correcting birth date.)
MURPHY, G. REID. Born in Tasmania; Clerk of the Courts at Warrnambool, Australia.
MURPHY, IDA MARY. ca.1897- . Born in Australia.
MURPHY, L. E. Pseudonym of Hershell Gordon Lewis, 1926- , q.v.
MURPHY, MARY [MARY MURPHY WILSON]. 1946- .
MURPHY, MARY ELIZABETH. Mary Murphy [Mary Murphy Wilson]. 1946- .
MURPHY, ROBERTA (T.). 1940- .
Night Players. [London, 1913]
MURRAY, INSPECTOR. Alexander Duke Bailie, ca.1840-1890.
MURRAY, AUDREY ALISON. 1910- .
MURRAY, FIONA. Pseudonym of Glory Isabel Bevan, 1911-1998. (Correction.)
MURRAY, HEATHER, 1951- , and A. M. J. NIETHAMMER-STOTT
The Chorley Kidnapping. Pergamon pb, 1955 (Intended for adults learning to read.)
MURRAY, J. P. Pseudonym: Murray Sanford, q.v.
Fruits of Deception. [Connecticut]
MURRAY, PATRICIA HAGAN. 1928-2011.
MURRAY, SUSAN. Living in St. Paul, Minnesota; a bird breeder.
Birds of a Feather. [Brazil]
MURRAY, (AMY) VICTORIA TAYLOR. 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
The Solemn Injunction. [England]
MUSGROVE, CHARLES D(AVIS). 1867-1914. (Corrections.)
MUSSELMAN, M(ORRIS) M(cNEIL). 1899-1952. Born in Wichita, Kansas; died in Santa Barbara, California.
Molly O’Brien–Detective. Eldridge, 1931 (1-act play.)
MUSSON, JEAN [JEAN GARRETT MUSSON]. 1937- .
Chameleon. Hale, 1991
Gemstone. [Botswana, New York City, London]
Remembered Violence. Hutchinson, 1976 [Africa]
MUTH, JON [JOHN] J. 1960- .
Dracula: A Symphony in Moonlight and Nightmares. NBM, 1992 (Graphic version of novel by Bram Stoker, 1847-1912, q.v.)
MUZZEY, VIRGINIA REYNOLDS. (Delete the dates.) Lived in Houston, Texas.
MUZZY, ALICE M. 1874-1958. (Correcting the dates.)
MYERS, CARLENE (ALDRICH) BRIEN. 1866-1948. Born in Nashville, Tennessee; died in Memphis, Tennessee.
-Wings Over Hawaii. House of Fields (New York City), 1939
MYERS, J(OHN) JAY. 1919-2011.
MYERS, PHINEAS BARTON. 1889-1970. Born in New York; lived in Montgomery, Ohio, and died in Dayton, Ohio.
MYERS, RAY (D.). 1934- . SC: Brad Baxter (“Saturn”), in all titles.
And Janus Wept. [Detroit, Texas]
MYTHRILLA. Pseudonym of Annie Gardiner, ca.1869- .
NAISH, W(ILLIAM) P(RIDEAUX). 1850-1913.
NANCE, FERN ELAINE [FERN ELAINE NANCE SHUMATE]. 1910-2003. Pseudonym: Nancy Clemens. See: Vance Randolph, 1892-1980.
NANCE, NANCY. Delete.
NAPIER, MELISSA. House name.
NASIELSKI, ADAM. 1911-2009. (Correcting birth date.)
NATHAN, GUY. 1939- .
NAYLOR, H(ENRY) R(ODLEY). 1840-1918.
NEAL, TOM [THOMAS]. 1908(?)-1981(?).
NEAT, JAMES (ANDREW). 1946- .
NEEDHAM, JAKE (RAYMOND). 1944- . SC: Bar Phillips, in both titles.
NEEDLE, JAN. Correct to: NEEDLE, JAMES ALBERT. 1943- . Born in Portsmouth; living in Uppermill, Saddleworth, in northwest England.
NEELEY, DETA (RUTH) P(ETERSON). Born in Bear River City, Utah; died in Tremonton, Utah; earned degrees from Utah Agricultural College and a Ph.D. from the University of California/Berkeley; author of children’s books; taught school in Utah and California.
NEELEY, NATHAN GLEN. Born in Franklin, Idaho; died in Tremonton, Utah; earned a Masters degree in Education from the University of California/Berkeley; taught elementary school in California and Utah; farmed in Box Elder County, Utah.
NEELY, ESTHER JANE. 1915-1987. Died in San Diego, California.
NEELY, RICHARD (HAZLETT). 1916-1999. (Correcting the dates.) Delete CA reference. Born in New York; died in Greenbrae, Marin County, California.
NEESON, EOIN. 1927-2011.
NEIDHARDT, (EMIL?) ROBERT. 1937- .
NEILAN, SARAH. 1936- . (Correction.)
NEILD, TOM [THOMAS DAWSON NEILD]. 1905-1973.
NEITZEL, NEAL (C.). 1929-2000. Lived in Watertown, Wisconsin; prolific magazine writer.
NELSON, BONNIE FAY. 1942-2006.
NELSON, CASEY. Pseudonym of F(rance) Lee Patton, 1951- .
NELSON, CHARLES C. 1879-1979(?).
What Old Father Thames Said. [London]
NELSON, HORACE A. 1861(?)-1915(?).
-Through Deep Waters. [London]
NELSON, JACK (T.). 1882-1948.
NELSON, TIM BLAKE. 1964- . (Correcting birth date.)
NELSON (JR.), WILLIAM H. 1828-1900. Born in Virginia; died in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.; served in the Confederate Army in the Civil War, taught school, edited newspapers in Kenucky and Indiana; was on the staff of the Cincinnati Enquirer for several years; was in the mercantile business in Missouri; served two terms in the Missouri Legislature.
NEPEAN, EDITH (BELLIS). 1890-1960.
-Little Brown Lady. [England]
NESS, TOM T. Pseudonym of Thomas Lovelle Thienes, 1883-1951. Born in Indiana, lived in Chicago, died in Los Angeles.
NEUGEBAUER, PETER. 1929- .
NEWCOME, L(OUIS) A(LLEN). 1846-1930. Born in Quincy, Massachusetts; died in New York City.
NEWELL, MINDY. 1953- .
NEWHOUSE, DAVID. 1919-1987.
NEWILL, HENRY (STARR?). 1840(?)-1906(?).
NEWING, (LOUIS) DeWITT. 1883- . Born in Longbranch, New Jersey; actor, then playwright; wrote material for the First Nighter program on radio; lived in New York City.
NEWLIN, KATHARINE. Byline also: K(atharine) N(ewlin) Burt, 1882-1977, q.v.
NEWMAN, EDGAR (FRANK). 1913-2001.
NEWMAN, GARY. 1954- .
NEWMAN, JOEL. Not a pseudonym.
NEWMAN, RAND(Y VERNE). 1949- . (Giving name in full, correcting birth date.)
NEWMAN, RONALD M. 1900(?)-1938(?).
NEWMAN, W. F.
-Only a Picture. [England]
NEWTON, HARRY L(EE). 1872-1928.
NEWTON, JOSEPH EMERSON. 1903- .
NG’WENO, HILARY. Kenyan conservationist and journalist.
NICCOLLS, T(HOMAS) A(LFRED). 1878-1951. Born in Salford, Lancashire; died in Fylde, Lancashire.
NICHOLAS, A. T. Pseudonym of Nicholas E. Triantafilledes, 1965- .
NICHOLDS, ANDREW. Correct to: NICKOLDS, ANDREW. 1949- .
NICHOLS, AELETA. Possibly Aeleta Nichols Barber, 1899-1985.
NICHOLS, CAROLYN. 1943(?)- .
NICHOLSON, J. BERNARD. Correct in Addenda to: NICOLAS, J. BERNARD. 1950- .
NICHOLSON, ROBERT W. Pseudonym of Robert W. Nicholson-Morton, 1948- . SC: Sister Hannah and Lt. Salinas, in both titles.
A Sign of Grace. [Charleston, South Carolina]
Silenced in Darkness. [Charleston, South Carolina]
NICHOLSON-MORTON, ROBERT W. 1948- . Pseudonym: Robert W. Nicholson, q.v.
NICOL, DOROTHEA (M.). 1882(?)-1953(?).
NICOL, ERIC (PATRICK). 1919-2011.
NICOLAI, CHARLES (SIDNEY). 1908-1980. Born in New York City; died in Los Angeles; author and newspaperman; co-authored a cookbook (“Recipes from the Melting Pot”) with his English-born actress wife Pam(ela Henry-May) Nicolai, 1910-1981.
NILEKANI, ROHINI (SOMAN). ca.1960- .
NILES, ALEXANDER. Pseudonym.
NILES, CHRIS(TINE H.). 1960- .
NISBET, HELEN C. ca.1934- . Born in Scotland.
NISTLER, ERWIN N. Gerry P. Broderick [Gerald Patrick Broderick], 1912-1955.
NIX, SHANN (ERIN). 1966- . (Correcting birth date.) Born in Texas, living in Wales.
NOBEL, SYLVIA. Pseudonym of Sylvia Beverly Nobel Williams, 1946- .
NORDEN, ERIC. Eric Pelletier, 1899-1979.
NORDSTROM, FRANCES. 1883- . Born in Texas; married James Spottswood, then William Pinkham; death date not traced.
NORGATE, BERTRAM (KINGSLEY HALE). 1899-1972.
NORMAN, CLAIR FRANCES. 1934-2010.
NORMAN, HAROLD CHRISTOPHER. 1876-ca.1934. Pseudonym: Warren Hill, q.v.
NORMAN, HAROLD CHRISTOPHER FRANCIS. 1879- . Delete this entry.
NORMAN, HILARY. SC: Sam Beckett, in Mind Games and subsequent novels.
NORMAN, JAMES (KEITH). (Adding middle name.)
NORMAN, JIM [JAMES]. 1953- .
Do No Evil. TV movie: (France), 1975, as Les Malfaisants (scw & dir: Jean Kerchbron)
NORTH, DAVID. 1937- .
NORTH, ELIZABETH (STEWART). 1932-2010. (Correcting death date.)
NORTON, MARVIN (LEROY). 1935-2006.
NORVAL, MORRIS. Delete from Addenda.
NORWAY, G(EORGE) (JAMES?). 1865(?)-1942(?).
NORWOOD, ALLAN. 1930(?)- .
NORWOOD, JOSEPH (WHITE). 1877-1955.
NOTLEY, F(RANCES) E(LIZA) M(ILLETT THOMAS). 1820-1912.
NOWAK, JACQUELYN [JACQUELYN NOWAK FLEISHMAN]. 1944- . (Correcting birth date.)
NOY, JOHN. 1892-1964.
NOYES, NICK. Pseudonym of (Anthony?) Kristiaan Inwood, ca.1944- .
NUGENT, P(AUL) M(ICHAEL). 1953- .
NUSSER, RICHARD (M.). 1940- .
NYLAND, GENTRY. 1900-1962.
OAKLEY, ELIZA ANNIE. 1874-1959. See: Nancy Oakley.
OAKLEY, NANCY (RAINFORD). 1894- . Correct to: OAKLEY, NANCY. Perhaps this is Eliza Annie Oakley, 1874-1959, with a name change.
In My Father’s Name. [Turkey]
O’BRIEN, FRANK J. 1926(?)-2007(?).
O’BRIEN, (ANNIE) GEORGINA
-A Twentieth Century Hero. [England]
O’BRIEN, HOWARD VINCENT. Add: graduate of Yale University, literary editor of the Chicago Daily Times; died in Evanston, Illinois.
O’BRIEN, JOHN. 1887-1953. Pseudonym: Vernon Thomas, q.v.
O’BRIEN, MATTHEW J. 1970- .
Chameleon: The March Madness Murders. [Indiana]
O’BRIEN, MEG. 1935-2008. Born in Wildwood, New Jersey; died in Humble, Texas.
O’BRIEN, RICHARD. 1934- . (Correcting birth date.) See also: Brad Latham.
O’CALLAGHAN, DMITRI. Pseudonym of William Haskins.
O’CALLAGHAN, GARY (C.). 1939- .
O’CONNOR, MICHAEL P(ATRICK). 1896-1967.
O’CORK, SHANNON [SHANNON O’CORK WAUGH]. 1940- . (Correcting birth date.)
O’DONNELL, LILLIAN (UDVARDY)
Murder Under the Sun. Also published as: Terror Under the Sun. Beagle pb, 1973
Terror Under the Sun; see Murder Under the Sun
O’DONNELL, CAPTAIN SIMON. 1834-1893. Born in County Clare, Ireland; died in Chicago; Superintendent, then Inspector of Police.
Lilies of the Field. [England]
O’DRISCOLL, GERALD JOHN. ca.1886-1946.
O’FARRELL, BRIAN. Pseudonym of Norah Kathleen Elizabeth Patten Lloyd, 1907-2003, a well-known ornithologist. (Correction.)
Mystery on the River. [England]
O’FARRELL, PHILIP (HOWARD H.). 1883-1943.
OFFENBURGER, CHUCK [CHARLES HERMAN OFFENBURGER]. (Giving name in full.)
OGLESBY, W(ILLIAM) H. ELLIS. 1966- . (Correcting birth date.)
O’GRADY, LESLIE. 1948- .
Wildwinds. Signet, 1987
O’HARA, BORIS. Pseudonym (?) of Howard Browne, 1908-199, q.v.
O’KANE, W(ILLIAM) M(cKEAG). 1870-1952. Born in Millisle, County Down, Ireland; curate in Ashbourne, Derbyshire; died in Worthing, England.
OKSNER, CHESTER M. 1924-1999. (Deleting question marks.)
OKUIZUMI, HIKARU. Pseudonym of Yasuhiro Okiuzumi, 1956- .
OKUIZUMI, YASUHIRO. 1956- . Pseudonym: Hikaru Okuizumi, q.v.
O’LEARY, DEVIN (DANIEL). 1968- .
O’LEARY, ED(WARD JAMES?). 1946(?)- .
OLIPHANT, ELEANA. 1918-1983. (Deleting question marks.)
OLIVER, DONALD. Delete entry (play moved to Dan Butler entry).
OLIVER, EDWIN. 1867-1919(?).
OLIVER, EDWIN. 1944- . Born in Puerto Rico; a singer and composer.
OLIVER, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Paula Dahlen Hatton, 1950- .
OLIVER, J(OHN) H(ARTMAN). 1871-1942(?).
OLIVY, D. J. Probably a pseudonym.
OLLERENSHAW, OLIVER. Possibly Alice Oliver Ollerenshaw, 1850-1936.
Crankford; or, A Semi-Detached Ghost. (Title correction.)
OLLIE, L. M.
Creatures of the Chase–Richard. (Title correction.)
OLOYEDE, SOLA. (Correction.)
O’MAHONEY, T(HOMAS) P. (Adding first name.)
O’NEILL, DESMOND. Eoin Neeson, 1927-2011.
O’NEILL, EDWARD A(LOYSIUS). ca.1926- .
O’NEILL, JOHN F.
Baby Girl Lauren. [Washington D.C.]
ORDWAY, (LUCIUS) PETER. (Adding first name.) Born in Minnesota; died in Palm Beach, Florida; scriptwriter and novelist.
Hung in the Balance. Correct Doubleday publishing date to: 1990
O’ROURKE, BETTY [ELIZABETH MARGARET STEVENS O’ROURKE]. 1930-2006. Born and died in Reading, England. (Note: Both titles are large print editions, probably of stories originally in magazines.)
ORRIDGE, DAISY [DIA] SHEPHERD. 1916-1994.
OSGOOD, LUCIAN AUSTIN (HARDEN). 1885-1951. Born in California; died in Los Angeles.
OSTERMAN, GEORG. 1953-1995.
OSTRANDER, JOHN. 1949- .
O’SULLIVAN, MARK. 1954- .
Wash Basin Street Blues. Add [1920s]
OTFINOSKI, STEVEN (A.)
Barracuda Run. (Note: This was one of four books in the “Find Your Fate” series intended for younger readers and based on the film “A View to a Kill,” based in turn on a ss by Ian Fleming, 1908-1964, q.v.)
OTIS, ALEXANDER. Delete entry (listed book is not criminous)
O’TOOLE, MICHAEL (COLIN?). 1950(?)- .
OTTMAN, JIM [JAMES CHARLES OTTMAN]. 1945-2011.
Road Lines. [future]
OUSELEY, (JOHN JAMES) MULVY. 1860-1930.
OWEN, CAROLE. Correct to: OWENS, CAROLE. 1942- . A practicing psychotherapist.
OWEN, RAY. Delete reference to Jim Cleveland.
OWENS, J(OHN) DOUGLAS. 1925-2004. (Deleting question marks.) Newspaperman who went into public relations in Michigan.
OXENDEN, MAUD. 1865-1942.
OXFORD, JANE. Elma M(ary) Williams, 1913-1971.
PADDOCK, MARY FRANCES. (Correction.) ca.1873-1899. Died in Meriden, Connecticut.
-Only Acorns. Correct publication date to: 1899
PADDEN, IAN. Pseudonym.
PADLEY, ARTHUR PRESCOTT. 1905-1968.
PAINE, RUTH DARBY. 1909-1986. (Correction.)
PAISLEY, D(RUSILLA) M. (Adding first name.)
PALAMOUNTAIN, ALAN. 1903(?)-1991(?).
PALERMO, ANTHON J(AMES). 1899-1984. Born in Schenectady, New York; earned degrees, including Ph.D., in electrical engineering at Union College, and later taught there; design engineer at Westinghouse.
PALLISER, PETER. 1952- .
PALMER, JOHN. Educated at Lancing College... (Correcting the spelling of the school.)
PALMER, PAUL. ca.1974- .
PALMER, ROSE. 1914-2011.
PALMER, ROSE A(MELIA). 1874-1961. Born in Georgetown, attended Vassar College, spent most of her career with the U.S. Department of Agriculture; died in Arlington, Virginia.
PALMER, WILL. Pseudonym of Ronald Harry W. Jales, 1924-1979. Other pseudonym: Mark Hayman, q.v.
The Pardon of St. Anne. Add [France]
PALMTAG, DINAH. 1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
PAMELY, C(ARL) D(OUGLAS). 1891-1967. (Corrections.)
PANAS, ALEXANDER. 1932- .
The Assassin. (2-act play.)
-Bullets Are a Girl’s Best Friend. Aran, 1988 (Play.)
Inspector Vasili and the Bird of Paradise Caper. (2-act play.)
Murder by the Rules. (3-act play.)
1313 Hell Street. (2-act play.)
PANGER, DANIEL. 1926-2010.
PARIKH, PRASHANT (JAEDISH). 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
PARISH, DAVID MONROE. 1939- .
PARISH, GRANT. ca.1863- . Born in Missouri.
PARKER, BARBARA (JEANNE). 1947-2009.
Crooked Cop. (Note: Copyright in the name of book producer Lyle Kenyon Engel, 1915-1986.)
PARKER, BRIAN. Born in Ceylon; educated in the U.K. and returned to Ceylon in the 1950s to become a planter; came back to England in 1969 and then went to Australia in 1973; there he started his own company, Media Representation, in 1978.
PARKER, CLAIRE. 1906(?)-1981(?).
PARKER, DAVID. 1947- .
PARKER, ELIZABETH. Writer, editor and teacher in Pheonix, Arizona.
PARKER, GAY. Pseudonym of Miss M. P. Green.
PARKER, G(EORGE) M(ARTIN) N(ATHANIEL). 1862-1934. Born and died in North Carolina.
PARKER, KEN(NETH FULLER). ca.1921-1991(?). Ice skater with Sonja Henie Productions turned playwright; lived in Glen Rock, New Jersey.
PARKER, (DR.) M(ARTIN) M. 1923(?)-1997(?).
PARKER, MICHAEL. Born in Cuckfield, Sussex; served in the Merchant Navy and the RAF; worked for food manufacturers; living in Spain.
PARKER, NANCY (ANN). SC: Kate Lipton, in both titles.
The Omega Transmissions. Ashland Hills (Oregon), 1994 [California, Caribbean]
Under Fire. [England, Germany]
The Whip. [England]
PARKHIRST, DOUGLASS F. 1914-1964. Born Douglas F. Parkhirst in Philadelphia; died at Lenox Hill, New York.
PARKIN, CONRAD (JAMES?). 1973(?)- .
PARKIN, LANCE (JOHN?). 1971(?)- .
PARKINSON, ROBERT L(INCOLN). 1861(?)- .
PARKYN, JOHN. 1941- . Add: living in Mexico.
PARMER, CHARLES (BROWER). 1893-1958. Editor and reporter, born in Nashville, Tennessee; died in Alexandria, Virginia; editor, reporter and radio broadcaster.
PARMER, ENRIQUE. 1835- . A lawyer and judge; apparently died between 1880 and 1900.
Maple Hall Mystery. [Maryland]
PARR, A. H. 1916(?)-2006(?).
PARRISH, GEORGE (DEE). 1937-2009.
PARRISH, PATT. Patricia Louise Bucheister. (Giving real name in full.)
PARRY, DENNIS (ARTHUR). Born in Deer Park, Honiton, England, and died in London; educated at Rugby and King’s College, Cambridge; called to the Bar in 1936; entered the Air Ministry in 1940 and later the Ministry of Defence.
PARSONS, CAROLINE [CAROLINE PARSONS THOMAS].
PARSONS, E(LMER) M. ca.1926-1969.
PARSONS, JULIE. 1951- .
PARSONS, RONALD S(TANSSON). 1929- . Born in Somerset, England; his father’s name was Stanley so the middle name is probably a play on “Stanley’s son.”
PARVIN, BRIAN (A. D.). 1937- . Born in Nottingham; a journalist for over 47 years; after his thrillers he turned to writing westerns under various names; retired and living in Shrewsbury, England.
PASCOE, DAVID. Pseudonym of David Harsent, 1942- .
PASO, ALFONSO. 1926-1978.
PASSINGHAM, W(ILLIAM) J(OHN). 1897-1957.
PATTERSON, (ISABELLA) INNIS. 1905-1942. Born in Pennsylvania; attended Newcomb College, Tulane University, 1922-1926, with a degree in French; also received Master of Arts degree from Tulane in 1929; she died a suicide in New Orleans, then the widow of George Wolf, a department of agriculture official who died in 1941.
PATTERSON, J(OHN) T(HOMAS). (Giving name in full.)
PATTERSON, R(OBERT) E. “MIKE”. 1936-2002. (Correcting birth date). Born and raised in Altoona, Pennsylvania; served in the Marine Corps during the Korean War. SC: Mike Thomas = MT.
Deadly Revenge. MT [Pennsylvania]
Without a Trace. MT
PATTON, CLIFF [CLIFTON MARLOW PATTON]. 1944- .
PATTON, F(RANCE) LEE. 1951- . Pseudonym: Casey Nelson, q.v.
PAUL, FRANK. Pseudonym of Frank Paul Marvuglio, Jr., 1942- .
PAUL, JEREMY. 1939-2011.
PAUL, WILLIAM. 1948- .
PAVEY, LEONARD ARTHUR. 1888-1961.
PAYNE, LOUISA. 1932-2011.
PAYNTER, T(HOMAS) C(AMBOURNE). 1901-1976.
PAYTON, CORAL F. (KEITEL). 1936-2009. Born in Brighton, and later lived in Southampton.
PEACOCK, HERBERT L(ESLIE). 1905-1972(?)
PEARCE, SETH. 1891(?)-1962(?).
PEARSON, D(AVID) A(LEXANDER) G(ILLESPIE). 1896-1938.
PEARSON, FREDERICK W. 1841(?)-1920(?).
PEART, JANE. 1924- . (Correcting birth date.)
PEART, RUDOLPH A.
When Angels Cry. [Jamaica]
PEASE, R(OBERT F.). 1923- . (Correcting birth date.) SC: Jeeter = J.
Never Let Go. J
Runaway. Flagg Mountain, 1996 J [Massachusetts]
PECK, LEONARD. 1906-1982.
PEDLER, JOHN BRANFROOT SIMPSON. 1928- .
PEDRICK, MARTYN (H.). 1942- .
PEERS, (JOHN) ROSS. 1938-1993. Born in Wales and lived in Soham, Cambridgeshire, England.
PELLATT, T(HOMAS). (Adding first name.)
PELLETIER, ERIC. 1899-1979.
PEMBERTON, CLIVE. 1881-1954.
PEMBERTON, LYNNE. 1951- .
-Sleeping with Ghosts. Collins, 1996
PEMBERTON, S(HAREE) C(RAVERO). 1946- . (Correcting birth date.)
PEMBROKE, PETER. Pseudonym of Peter Hill.
PENA, MANUEL S. 1918-2009(?). (Changing the death date.)
The Linz Trust. [Washington D.C.]
The Star Wars Plot. [Cincinnati]
PENNYCOOK, JOAN. Probable birth name: Joan D. Hawkings.
Terminal Arrangements. [England]
PENSWICK, NEIL (J.). 1962- .
The Pit. (Title correction.)
The Romance of a Musical Bachelor, and other stories. [England]
PERCYVAL, T(HOMAS) WIGNEY. 1865- .
PERDUE, (WILLIAM) LEWIS. (Adding first name.)
PEREIRA, W(ILFRED) D(ENNIS)
The Cauldrons of the Storm. Hale, 1961 [Africa]
Cousin Amanda. [West, 1890s]
PERRIER, RITA D. 1922-2010.
PERRIGO, JAMES. 1859-1943. Born in Canada; died in Maine.
PERRY, S(TEPHANI) D(ANELLE). 1970- .
PETERS, MARY LOU [MARY LOU PETERS SCHRAM]. 1934- . Raised in Ohio; graduate of Bennington College; moved to San Francisco in 1970 for a career in public relations and advertising.
PETERSEN, JAN. Pseudonym of Hans Schwalm, 1906-1969.
PETERSEN, SVEND. 1911-1992.
PETERSON, AGNES EMELIE. 1883-1969. Born in Illinois and died in Los Angeles; a schoolteacher and playwright.
PETERSON, ANN VOSS. ca.1964- .
PETERSON, MARGARET (ANN)
Guilty, My Lord. Correct publication date to: 1926
Scarlet Blossoms. Correct publication date to: 1926
PETHICK, PHILIP M. 1921- .
PETTEE, F(LORENCE) M(AY). 1885-1966. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Spencer, Massachusetts; died in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
PETTER, EVELYN B(RANSCOMBE). 1889-1981. Born and died in Yeovil, Somerset, England.
PETTIT, PHYLLIS SWAN. 1930-1997.
Thrill. [New York City]
PETTY, MARY EILEEN. Eileen M. Van Kirk, 1925-1995. (Deleting question marks.)
PEWSEY, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Elizabeth Anne Edmondson Aston, 1948- .
PHILIP, ALEX(ANDER) J(OHN). 1879-1955.
PHILIPS, (JOHN) AUSTIN (DRURY)
Somewhere in Sark. (Deleting the dash.) [Channel Islands]
The Girl Out in Corsica. Correct to: That Girl Out in Corsica
PHILIPS, MARY ALICE. Mary Alice Norton, 1912-2005.
PHILIPSON, MORRIS (HARRIS). 1926-2011.
PHILLIPS, CATH. 1955- .
PHILLIPS, CONRAD. 1902-1981.
PHILLIPS, (CONINGSBY) DERYCK. 1914-1995. Born in Yorkshire, England; died in California.
Design for Destruction. [California]
PHILLIPS, H(ENRY) L(AWRENCE). 1868-1950.
PHILLIPS, LEROY. 1870- . Born in Columbus, Ohio; a publisher in Boston.
PHILLIPS, MIKE. 1911-1992(?).
PHILLIPS, MIKE [MICHAEL A. PHILLIPS]. Delete CA reference. Correct birth date to: 1941.
PHILO, THOMAS. 1940(?)-1996(?).
PHIPPS, SARAH E. 1862- . Born in New York; lived in Rochester, New York.
PIANKA, PHYLLIS TAYLOR. 1928-2010.
PICKERING, EDGAR T(HOMAS). 1867-1954.
PIERCE, DAVID M(ILTON). (Adding middle name.) Born in Montreal; living in Paris.
PIERCE, DIANE. Delete.
PIERCE, ETTA W.
-Essica; or, The Mystery of the Headlands. Correct publication date to: 1884
-A Terrible Case. Delete (contains stories by other authors)
PIERCY, ROHASE. 1958- .
PIERLAIN, NELL. Pseudonym of Marie Madeleine Souchon.
PIERSON, SYLVANUS. Sylvanus Pierson Jermain. (Deleting question mark.) Born in Adrian Michigan; died in Toledo, Ohio; golfer and “The Father of Public Golf in America” and “Father of Toledo Parks and Boulevards”.
PIGGIN, JULIA REMINE. 1923-2009.
PIGOT, F. Frederick Arnold, 1833-1901. (Correcting the death date.)
PINES, J(ENNIFER) D. 1974- .
PINKERTON, THOMAS A. 1850-1914.
PISANI, MICHAEL J(AMES). 1942- . (Corrections.) Randell Cleveland Bell, Jr., 1955- . (Correcting birth date.)
PITMAN, WILLIAM DENT
The Quincunx Case. [New Hampshire]
PITT, CHART. 1878-1966. Add: died in Mukito, Washington.
PLANNETTE, PATRICIA LOUISE. 1937-2000. (Deleting question marks.)
PLANT, FRED(ERICK WILLIAM). 1865-1925.
PLANTE, PELE. Patricia Louise Plannette, 1937-2000. (Deleting question marks.)
PLATT, CHARLES. 1865-1935(?).
PLATTS, HERBERT W(ALTON)
The Shifter. Correct publication date to: 1911
PRATT, GRACE TYLER. 1869-1916. Born in Deerfield, Massachusetts; died in Harpswell,
PLAYNE, CAROLINE E(LIZABETH). 1857-1948.
PLIMMER, JOHN. 1947- .
POARCH, CANDICE B. Pseudonym of Candice P. Baines, 1954- .
POCHIN-JOHNSON, RANCE. 1911-1966.
POCOCK, GEORGE. Delete entry (title moved to Roger Pocock).
POCOCK, (HENRY) ROGER (ASHWELL)
-The Rules of the Game. Tower (London), 1895
POE, ROBERT. SC: John Charles Poe, in both titles.
Return to the House of Usher. (Title correction.)
POHL, ADOLPHUS. ca.1826-1900.
-Thomas Brown’s Will. [England]
POIRIER, ETIENNE, JR. 1974(?)- .
POLLAK, MARTHA (L.). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.)
POLLOCK, GUY C(AMERON). 1877-1957. Add: died in Hove, Sussex.
POND, E(USTACE) J(OHN). 1898-1973.
POND, RUTH POWER. 1908(?)-1994(?).
PONDER, S(TEPHEN) E(INAR) G(ILBERT). 1895-1973.
POOLE, BERNICE ANDERSON. 1930- .
Malachi Breen Times 2. (Title correction.)
POPE, PAUL (D.). 1970- . (Correcting birth date.)
POPESCU, PETRU (DEMETRUS). 1944- . (Correcting birth date.)
POPPLEWELL, O. M. [OLIVE MARY POPPLEWELL BERRY]. 1894-1981.
PORRITT, NORMAN. 1858-1940.
PORTER, ANNA (SZIGETHY). 1944- .
PORTER, EDWARD SEFTON. 1897-1977. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire; died in Polk County, Florida; graduate of Brown University; member of the Providence Players, a theatrical group; spent years as a Deputy Chief Probation Officer at the Court of General Sessions in New York.
POTTER, CRAWFORD. 1947- .
POTTER, F(REDERICK) SCARLETT. 1834-1915.
POTTER, GEORGE WILLIAM, JR. 1930-2010.
POTTER, J(ERRY) L.
–Or Murder for Free. [New Orleans]
POTTER, JERRY ALLEN. 1941-2004.
POTTER, MARTIN H(ENRY). 1871-1955.
Circuit Companions. [England]
-His Final Flutter. [England]
POTTS, RON(ALD J.?). 1938(?)- .
POULOS, GEORGE (DAN). 1925-2010.
POWELL, MARTIN (T.). 1959- .
Frankenstein. Malibu pb, 1990 (Graphic version of novel by M. W. Shelley, 1797-1851, q.v.)
PRIESTLEY, CLIVE RYLAND. 1892-1973. Died in Birmingham, England.
PUCKETT, ANDREW (Y.). 1948- . Born in Sturminster, Dorset.
PULLEIN-THOMPSON, HAROLD DENIS. 1919-2011.
RACE, PHILIP. E(lmer) M. Parsons, ca.1926-1969.
RAMAGOS, TONYA (LEE). 1975- . (Correcting birth date.)
RAMSAY, R(INA) [CATHERINE MARY (RINA) RAMSAY]. ca.1875-1950. (Correcting the birth date.) Born in Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrighshire, Scotland; died in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
The Straw. Hutchinson, 1909
Darling Daughter. [England]
REDMOND-HOWARD, L(OUIS) G(EORGE). (Giving name in full.)
REED, HARRY. Pseudonym of Josephine Reed? (Book is copyrighted in her name.)
REED, JOSEPHINE. See: Harry Reed.
REED, P(ERCY) LEA. 1905-1980.
RHODES, KATHLYN [ANNIE KATHLEEN RHODES]. 1877-1962. Born in Thirsk, Yorkshire; died in Staines, England.
RICHARDS, PAUL. George Snyder, 1937- .
RIDEOUT, HENRY MILNER
The Twisted Foot. [Indonesia]
ROAN, TOM [THOMAS B. ROAN]. 1894-1958. (Correction.) Former peace officer who grew up in Alabama; prolific author of western stories for the pulps.
ROBINSON, (DR.) J(OHN) H(OVEY). Born in Sebec, Maine; died in Fairhaven, Minnesota. (Correction of birthplace.)
The Child of the Sierra; or, The Gipsey Brigand. Gleason (Boston), 1848
RODGERS, ALVIN LEE. 1943- . Joint pseudonym with several others: Norman Moore, q.v.
Murder on the Way! British title: A Grave Must Be Deep. Popular (London), 1947. Also published in the U.S. under the British title: Starmont, 1989
Z Is for Zombie. [Haiti]
Villa Plot, Counterplot. [Spain]
ROTHWELL, UNA (MAUD ROSEBY). 1914-197? Born in Queensland, Australia.
-The Fairy Bed-Maker. Ward Lock, 1903 [London]
ROWSELL, MARY CATHERINE. 1840-1921. Died in Bromley, Kent, England.
ROYER, LOUIS-CHARLES. 1889- . (Correcting birth date.) A journalist who specialized in writing erotic fiction.
-Love Camp. Delete (not criminous)
RUSSELL, AGNES [AGNES RUSSELL SHORT]. Born in Bradford, England; living in Ballater, Scotland.
RYLAND, CLIVE. Clive Ryland Priestley, 1892-1973.
SAGOLA, MARIO J. Henry Kane, 1908-1988.
ST. GEORGE, JOSEPH. George (Israel) Joseph, 1909-1989. (Correcting birth date.)
SALTER, MARY. 1907-2000.
SANDFORD, MURRAY. Correct to: SANFORD, MURRAY. Pseudonym of J. P. Murray.
SANDS, MARTIN. John (Frederick) Burke, 1922-2011.
SANGSTER, JIMMY [JAMES HENRY KINMEL SANGSTER]. 1927-2011.
SANSOM, JOHN. Jimmy Sangster, 1927-2011.
SAUNDERS, HILARY (ADRIAN) ST. GEORGE. (Correcting middle name.)
SAUNDERS, JEAN (INNES). 1932-2011.
SCHAEFFER, SUSAN FROMBERG. 1940-2011. (Correcting birth date.)
SCHWALM, HANS. 1906-1969. Pseudonym: Jan Petersen, q.v.
SEBENTHALL, ROBERTA ELIZABETH. (Show name spelled thus.) Name given variously as Betty R. Sebenthall and Elizabeth R. Sebenthall.
SEWART, ALAN. SC: Sgt. Harry Chamberlane (corrected spelling) = HC; Detective Superintendent David Evans (giving rank/name in full).
Razor Jacques. HC
SHARAM, KATE [KATHLEEN ELIZABETH FURNIVAL SHARAM]. 1948- . Giving name in full.
SHARAM, NORMAN KEITH. 1932- . (Giving name in full.)
SHEERS, JAMES C. 1924-1970. (Correcting the dates.)
SHELLEY, M(ARY) W(OLLSTONECRAFT GODWIN). See also: Martin (T.) Powell.
SHEPHERD, LISA. Pseudonym of Daisy [Dia] Shepherd Orridge, 1916-1994. Born and died in Nottingham, England.
SHERIDAN, CLARE (CONSUELO FREWIN). 1885-1970. (Correcting death date.)
-El Caid. U.S. title: The Substitute Bride. Longmans, 1931
SHERLOCK, A(LAN) B(YRON). 1900-1966.
Call of the Lion. Heinemann, 1993
Hyena Dawn. [Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, 1970s]
Night of the Predator. Heinemann, 1991 [South Africa]
SIEGEL, BARBARA and SCOTT. SC: James Bond = JB.
Strike It Deadly. Ballantine, 1985 JB (Note: This was one of four books in the “Find Your Fate” series intended for younger readers and based on the film “A View to a Kill”, based in turn on the ss by Ian Fleming, 1908-1964, q.v.)
A Battle of Nerves. Also published as: A Man’s Head. Penguin, 2003
Maigret and the Man on the Boulevard. Also published as: The Man on the Boulevard. Penguin, 2003
The Man on the Boulevard; see Maigret and the Man on the Boulevard
A Man’s Head; see A Battle of Nerves
-Come the Night. Dell pb, 1994 [England, 1800s]
SLATTER, GORDON (CYRIL). 1922- 2002. Born in Christchurch, New Zealand, where he lived most of his life and taught high school history for 25 years; served in the army in WWII.
SMITH, AMBER. 1946- . Joint pseudonym with several others: Norman Moore, q.v.
SMITH, YORK. Delete tentative middle name and birth date.
SNYDER, GEORGE. 1937- . Retired as Senior Editor, Technical Publications, Boeing Co.
SOUCHON, MARIE MADELEINE. Pseudonym: Nell Pierlain, q.v.
SPENCE, AINSLIE. Ida Mary Murphy, ca.1897- .
SPRIGG, C(HRISTOPHER) ST. JOHN. Pseudonym: Christopher Caudwell, q.v.
SPURRELL, HERBERT GEORGE FLAXMAN. 1877-1918. Probable pseudonym: Herbert George, q.v.
STACPOOLE, H(ENRY) DEVERE. Pseudonym: Henry Mountjoy, q.v.
STANLEY, PAUL. Born in Argentina of Russian parents; has doctoral degree in comparative literature from Columbia University; interpreter at the U.N. for 30 years.
STEED, NEVILLE. Norman Keith Sharam, 1923- . (Giving name in full.)
STEELE, WILBUR DANIEL
-Taboo. Harcourt, 1925; Hutchinson, 1927
STEWART, DOUGLAS (LINDSAY)
The Dallas Dilemma. White Lodge, 1988 [Dallas]
STEWART, JO. Delete reference to Diane Pierce.
STINE, R(OBERT) L(AWRENCE). 1943- . SC: James Bond = JB.
Win, Place or Die. Ballantine, 1985 JB (Note: This was one of four books in the “Find Your Fate” series intended for younger readers and based on the film “A View to a Kill,” based in turn on the ss by Ian Fleming, 1908-1964, q.v.)
STOKER, BRAM. See also: Steven Philip Jones, 1960- . And: Jon J. Muth, 1960- .
STOKES, DAVID W. Pseudonym: David Hayward, q.v.
STOKES, FRANCIS WILLIAM. 1883-1956.
STOVER, CURTIS R. 1944- . Joint pseudonym with several others: Norman Moore, q.v.
STRNAD, JAN (STEVEN). 1950- . See: Dennis (Kunio) Fujitake, 1949- .
Knock-Out Kavanagh. [London]
SUBOND, VALERIE. V(alerie) Merle (Spanner) Grayland, 1924-1985.
SUMMERS, ROWENA. Jean (Innes) Saunders, 1932-2011.
SUTHERLAND, MORRIS. Gwendolen Sutherland Morris, 1892-1973. (Correcting birth date.)
SWAN, PHYLLIS. Phyllis Swan Pettit, 1930-1997.
SWEM, CHARLES LEE. 1893-1956. (Correcting the dates.) Born in Groveville, New Jersey; died in New York City; participant in shorthand competitions, private stenographer to President Wilson; official shorthand reporter to the New York Supreme Court.
SYMONS, BERYL (MARY ELIZABETH TAUBMAN)
Strange Witness. No SC
TALBOT, HENRY. SC: Ian Maclean = IM.
Cold Line to Moscow. IM [England]
A Spy in the Hand. IM [England]
TAYLOR, TOM [THOMAS TAYLOR, JR.]. (Show name thus.)
TEARLE, JEAN CANNINGS. 1918-2010. See: Victor Canning, 1911-1986.
TEMPLE, LEAH [LEAH LOUISE TEMPLE PATTON]. 1954- .
THARP, THEODORE A(UGUSTUS). (Correcting middle name.) 1844-1915. Born in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, England; died in London; graduate of Addiscombe Military Academy, and served in India.
THEINER, GEORGE. John (Frederick) Burke, 1922-2011.
THIENES, THOMAS LOVELLE. 1883-1951. (Correction.)
Sorcerers of Set. [London]
THOMAS, (REV. JAMES) OWEN. 1895-1987. Born in Winchester, England; school teacher and later assistant curate.
Rope Fodder. [Scotland]
THOMAS, VERNON. Pseudonym of John O’Brien, 1887-1953. Born in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia; served in the Infantry Battalion in WWI; died in Brisbane, Queensland.
THOMPSON, MAURICE. 1844-1901.
The King of Honey Island. Bonner (New York), 1893; J. Henderson (London), 1893 [New Orleans]
THORNDIKE, (ARTHUR) RUSSELL. Born in Kent, England, the younger brother of actress Dame Sybil Thorndike; an actor who toured extensively in Britain, the U.S., South Africa, India and the Far East, mostly in Shakespearean roles; then a novelist whose Dr. Syn was based on a legendary folk hero called The Scarecrow; died in London.
The Man Who Walked in Scarlet. [Rome]
TORR, DOMINIC. John Branfroot Simpson Pedler, 1928- . Born in Woolwich, London; living in France.
TOWNSEND, GEORGE TOWNSEND. 1841-1914. Born in Georgetown, Delaware and died in New York City; war correspondent during the Civil War; established and edited the “Capital” in Washington D.C. in 1871; built the War Correspondent’s Memorial Arch in 1896.
Tales of the Chesapeake. American News, 1880 ss (with some crime): A Bayside Idyl \ The Big Idiot \ Chester River \ The Circuit Preacher \ A Convent Legend \ Crutch, the Page \ Dominion Over the Fish \ Fall of Utie \ Haunted Pungy \ Herman of Bohemia Manor \ The Imp in Manjemoy \ Judge Whaley’s Demon \ The Judge’s Last Tune \ Kidnapped \ King of Chincoteague \ Legend of Funkstown \ The Lobby Brother \ Old St. Mary’s \ Old Washington Almshouse \ Phantom Architect \ Potomac River \ Preachers’ Sons in 1849 \ Sir William Johnson’s Night \ Tell-Tale Feet \ Ticking Stone \ Upper Marlb’ro’
TRIANTAFILLEDES, NICHOLAS E. 1965- . Pseudonym: A. T. Nicholas, q.v.
TUCKER, MIKE. 1950- .
TULLY, JIM. 1886-1947. (Correcting birth date.) Born in St. Mary’s Ohio.
Laughter in Hell. Boni, 1932 [South]
VANCE, LOUIS JOSEPH
The Day of Days. [New York City]
VAN KIRK, EILEEN M. 1925-1995. (Deleting question marks.)
VILES, EDWARD HENRY. 1841-1891. Born in Surrey, England; died in London. Author of at least some of the Claude Duval stories published anonymously (see: Anonymous).
VINTER, MARY (MARGARET KELL)
Easy to Know. [England]
Fun While It Lasts. [England]
VOUKITCHEVITCH, MIHAILO V. 1933- .
WALDRON, SIMON. Delete reference to Jim Cleveland.
WARNER, DOUGLAS (THOMAS WISE). 1917-1967. Delete reference to Elizabeth Florence Warner and John Desmond Currie.
WARNER, ELIZABETH FLORENCE. Delete.
WATNEY, MARIGOLD. 1886-1965. Died in Hove, Sussex.
WEINSTEIN, ZEUS. Peter Neugebauer, 1929- .
WELL, ALAN STEWART
Where Lionel Lies. [England]
WEST, JOHN B(ALDWIN). (Giving name in full.) Add: public health advisor to the emperor of Ethiopia; director of the Harlem Health Center in New York City; medical director of Provident Hospital, Chicago; went to Liberia as a Major in the United States Medical Corps to command a station hospital there; after WWII he directed a United States Public Health Mission for malaria control and built and operated the first radio station in Liberia; died as the result of an automobile accident in Monrovia.
-The Triumph of Mrs. St. George. Nash, 1904
WHITE, T(ERENCE) H(ANBURY)
Gone to Ground. ss, several also included in The Maharajah and other stories
WHITNEY, E. G.
The Sleeping Cupid. Show as pb
WILLIAMS, ELMA M(ARY). 1913-1971.
WILLIAMS, GERARD. Gary Newman, 1954- .
WILLIAMS, SYLVIA BEVERLY NOBEL. 1946- . Pseudonym: Sylvia Nobel, q.v.
WILLS, G(RANVILLE) P(RATT). 1898-1977.
WINN, PATRICK. Arthur Prescott Padley, 1905-1968. Born in Lancashire; died in Perth, Australia.
WITHERS, E. L. George William Potter, Jr., 1930-2010.
WOLD, ESTELLA. Carolyn Travis Moore, 1944- .
WOLK, GEORGE. 1941-1980.
WOOD, JOHN JAMES O’HARA. ca.1863-1920. (Correcting birth date.)
WOODARD (SLATTERY), REBECCA ELIZABETH. 1961- .
WOODHOUSE, MARTIN (CHARLTON). 1932-2011.
WRIGHT, DERRICK (JOHN). 1924(?)-2010(?).
WYNN-JONES, HAZEL. 1921(?)-1990. See: Hazel Wynn Jones.
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