ABRAHAMS, DORIS CAROLINE. Add pseudonym: Spondee, q.v.
ABRAMS, CARYL. Add pseudonym: Spondee, q.v.
ACZEL, LOUIS. ca.1901- . Joint pseudonym with Lucien Aigner, 1901-1999: L(ouis) L(ucien) Rogger, q.v.
ADAIR, GILBERT. 1944-2011.
The Death of the Author. Heinemann, 1992
AIGNER, LUCIEN. 1901-1999. Joint pseudonym with Louis Aczel, ca.1901- : L(ouis) L(ucien) Rogger, q.v.
AINTREE. John Wallace, 1892-1968. (Correcting death date.)
ANDERSON, LOUIS GOODRICH ABBOT. 1872-1945. Pseudonym: Louis Goodrich, q.v.
ANDREWS, HORACE J. John G(abriel) Rowe, 1873-1962(?).
ANDREWS, JAMES CHAPMAN, 1881-1957. Pseudonym: Michael Kent, q.v.
ANDREWS, MABEL MARY BUCKLEY. 1877-1959. Pseudonym: Mary Kent, q.v.
ANNESLEY, MAUDE. Birth name Maude Gertrude Annesley Webster-Wedderburn; married Hadden, then Rider, then Brownlow; most of her books written when she was Mrs. Rider.
The Life and Adventures of Dick Clinton, the Masked Highwayman. Dick & Fitzgerald (New York), 1870s
ARMSTRONG, ANNE (WETZELL). Correct to: ARMSTRONG, ANNE. Pseudonym of Nancy Gladys Armstrong Graham, 1905-1988. Born in Portsmouth, England; died in Surrey Mid-Eastern.
ARMSTRONG, COLIN. 1961- . Pseudonym: Chris Ryan, q.v.
Damascus Countdown. (Ghosted by Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)
Moscow Intercept. (Ghosted by Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)
The Piraeus Plot. (Ghosted by Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)
Stranglehold. (Ghosted by Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)
Togo Commando. (Ghosted by Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)
ASTERLEY, H(UGH) C(ECIL). 1902-1973. Born in Bedford, England; died in London; a civil servant who spent most of his career in Singapore.
ATKINSON, GEORGE SCOTT. 1899-1983.
ATTENBOROUGH, BERNARD GEORGE. 1912-1982.
AUMONIER, STACY (JAMES). 1877-1928. (Adding middle name; correcting birth date.)
AUSTIN, PHYLLIS [PHYLLIS MURIEL AUSTIN COKE]. 1888-1979(?). (Correcting her married name.)
BACHMANN, ROBERT (ALEXANDER). 1879-1957. One-time surgeon in the U.S. Navy.
BAILEY, CHARLES W(ALDO II). 1929-2012.
BAILEY, (HORACE WILLIAM) ELLIOT. 1887-1977. (Giving name in full.)
BAKER, AGNES MONICA. 1898- . (Correcting birth date.)
BALLARD, P. D. Add pseudonym: Clint Reno, q.v.
BAR-ZOHAR, MICHAEL. 1938-2011.
BARBER, KATHRYNA VICTORIA SPERANSKY. 1899-1979. (Completing the name and adding the death date.)
BARCLAY, JOHN (FRANCIS ST. BARBE). 1902-1940. (Correction; deleting reference to Margaret T. Joyce.)
BARKER, C(LARENCE) HEDLEY. 1894-1970.
BARKER, NICHOLAS (JOHN) and ANTHONY MASTERS
Rig. Allen, 1990 [North Sea]
BARNS, GLENN M(ILLER). Born in Yakima, Washington; died in Seattle.
BARRY, JOHN (JAMES). 1933-2011.
-The Bride of Abydos. Hutchinson, 1967
BARSTOW, JOHN MONTAGU ORCZY. 1899-1969. Pseudonym: John Blakeney, q.v.
BENNETT, HAL. (Combine the 2 entries.) George Harold Bennett, 1930-2004.
-Lord of Dark Places. Norton, 1970
BENNETT, (WILLIAM) ROLF. 1882-1971.
-The Fool of Destiny, with Katherine Harrington [Mrs. Rolf Bennett], 1890- . Hutchinson, 1922 [ship]
BENSON, MARGARET S. 1962- .
BENTHAM, JOSEPHINE (ALENA). (Giving name in full.) Born in Boston; died in Florida.
BERESFORD, HUGH. C(edric) S(tephen) St. Brelaide Seale, 1895-1959.
BIGLAND, EILEEN (ANNE CARSTAIRS POLLARD). 1898-1970. Show this as her name, without refernce to Lilburn, the source of which cannot be traced.
BILIR, KIM. Arthur Hodgkin Scaife, 1855-1934.
BILLETT, MABEL (BROUGHTON). 1882-1964. (Correcting birth date.) Born Mabel Claire McLean in Hensall, Ontario, Canada; married Frederick Broughton Billett in the 1920s; moved to California in 1936 as Mabel Claire McLean, and in 1949 officially changed her name to Claire McLean; died in San Francisco.
Calamity House. [Canada]
The Shadow of the Steppe. [Asia]
BLACK, (JOSEPHINE) E(LIZABETH) BEST [JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH BEST BLACK KELLEY]. 1894-1976. Born in Meadville, Pennsylvania; married R(obert) Jere Black, 1892-1953, q.v., in 1920; later married Theron Lowden Kelley; died in Monterey, California.
BLACK, R(OBERT) JERE. 1892-1953. (Correcting the death date.) Born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania; was gassed while serving in France with the American Expeditionary Force in WWI and suffered ill health thereafter; died in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico. His wife was E(lizabeth) Best Black, 1894-1976, q.v.
BLAKENEY, JOHN. Pseudonym of John Montagu Orczy Barstow, 1899-1969, the son of Baroness (Emmuska) Orczy, 1865-1947, q.v. SC: Scarlet Pimpernel
The Gay Adventurer. John Long (London), 1935. U.S. title: The Life and Exploits of the Scarlet Pimpernel (Sir Percy Blakeney, bart). Washburn, 1935 (A “biography” of the Scarlet Pimpernel, created by Baroness Orczy, q.v.)
BOILEAU, PIERRE (PROSPER) and THOMAS NARCEJAC
The Woman Who Was. Also published as: The Fiends. Arrow, 1956
BONNER, GERALDINE (MAY). 1863-1930. (Correcting birth date; adding middle name.)
BOOTHBY, BEN(JAMIN). 1870-1956. Born in Glen Osmond, Australia, the brother of Guy (Newell) Boothby, 1867-1905, q.v.; came to England with his mother and brother in 1874; died in Christchurch, Hampshire, England.
BORDAGES, ASA (R.). Born in Texas; died in New Jersey; feature writer for the New York World Telegram.
BOWDEN, JEAN. 1920- . (Note: Born Jean Hill and married George Bowden-Green, so Bowden-Green is her full last name.)
BOWER, MARIAN. 1865-1945. (Correction; not Isabel Marian Bower.) Born in Hunslet, Yorkshire; died in Bury St. Edmunds; lived in Suffolk for many years.
BRADLEY, EVELYN GROSVENOR. Add pseudonym: Noel Despard, q.v.
BRAINERD, EDITH RATHBONE JACOBS. 1885-1922.
BRANDRETH, CHARLES A. Pseudonym of Dennis (Max Cornelius Woodruffe) Peacock, 1899-1974, q.v. See also: Max Peacock.
BRENNAN, JOHN LESTER. 1920- . Pseudonym: James Ranbern, q.v.
BREWER, GIL(BERT JOHN). See also: Don(ald Eugene) Pendleton, 1927-1995.
Angel. Avon, 1960 (Correcting publication date.)
Backwoods Teaser. (Note: A plagiarized version of this novel was published by George H. Smith as “Bayou Babe,” Novel Books pb, 1960.)
BROCKIES, ENID FLORENCE. 1911- . Pseudonym: Countess Helene Magriska, q.v.
BRODIE, GORDON. Pseudonym of Sydney Wallace Smith, 1908-1985. (Correcting spelling of first name.) Born in Northampton, England; went to Australia and then to New Zealand, where he died.
BROOKS, RAYMOND. ca.1947- .
BROWN, ELIJAH. 1867-1916.
BRUCE, COLIN. (Show name thus.) Pseudonym of Colin Humphry Bruce Jack, 1955- .
The Strange Case of Mrs. Hudson’s Cat. Add British edition: The Strange Case of Mrs. Hudson’s Cat; or, Sherlock Holmes Solves the Einstein Mysteries. Vintage pb, 1998. Show title of Perseus edition as: The Einstein Paradox and Other Scientific Mysteries Solved by Sherlock Holmes
BUDGETT, FRANCES ELIZABETH JANES. 1868-1928. (Correcting birth date.)
The Devil’s Mode. Correct ss title from The Most Beautiful to: The Most Beautified
BUTLER, RICHARD (MILES). Add: Born Arthur R(ichard?) Butler in Liverpool.
CAIN, JAMES M(ALLAHAN)
Double Indemnity. Avon, 1943. (First separate publication.) [California] (Remainder of entry remains as is.)
Three of a Kind. Correct date of U.S publication to: 1943
CAMERON, JULIE. Lou(is J.) Cameron, 1924-2010.
CAMERON, LOU(IS J.). 1924-2010. Birth name: Louis Joseph Arnold, Jr. (Correction.) Son of Louis Joseph Arnold, Sr., 1898-1970, an actor under the name Lou Cameron.
CAMPBELL, FRANCES. An Irishwoman and descendant of Owen Roe O’Neill, the famous rebel chief of Ulster; married a grandson of the late Admiral Donald Campbell of Barbreck, and lived abroad nearly all her married life in Australia and Malaya.
CAMPBELL, REGINALD (WILFRID)
Married Into Murder. [England, Wales]
CAPSTICK, ELIZABETH FELICITY HARGREAVES. 1917-2001. Pseudonym: Elizabeth Scott, q.v.
CARR, CAMERON. Add pseudonym: Noel Despard, q.v.
CARRIER, ELS(I)E HAYDON. 1880-1958.
-A Soul in Shadow. John Long, 1913
CHABER, M. E.
The Hearse of Another Color. Show Boardman edition title as: The Hearse of Another Colour
CHARBONNEAU, LOUIS (HENRY)
Antic Earth; see Down to Earth
-Down to Earth. Bantam pb, 1967. British title: Antic Earth. Jenkins, 1967 [future, space]
-No Place on Earth. Doubleday, 1958; Jenkins, 1966
-Psychedelic-40. Bantam, 1965. British title: The Specials. Jenkins, 1965
The Specials; see Psychedelic-40
CHARLTON, JOHN. Born Mogamed Fu’ad Nasif in Sallum, Egypt; raised as John Charlton in South Africa; served in the South African Army in WWII; then adopted by an Afrikaans family in Namibia and given the name Jozua Joubert; converted to Muslim in 1964 and adopted the name Ismail Joubert; then given the honorary name Tatamkhulu Afrika, which he retained as his official name until his death.
CHASSIAKOS, YOLANDA S. REID. 1953- . Pseudonym: Linda Reid, q.v.
CHRISTOPHER, JOHN. (Christopher) Samuel Youd, 1922-2012.
CHURCHER, W(ILLIAM) R(OY) M(ITTON). (Giving complete name.) A hydraulic engineer.
CLARKE, JOSEPH CALVITT. Born in Brooklyn; later lived in Richmond, Virginia; became a Presbyterian minister and founded the Christian Children’s Fund.
CLAYDON, (ANITA) STELLA (KUNES). 1920- . Living in Lewes, East Sussex. (Giving name in full.)
CLEEVE, LUCAS. Born on the island of Corfu, died in Switzerland; author of some 68 books, mostly under this pseudonym.
COLTER, ELI. Pseudonym of Eli Colter Hawkins, 1891-1976(?). Lived in Oregon. (Correction.)
CONNOLLY, PAUL. Tom Wicker, 1926-2011.
The Mob Says Murder. (Ghosted by Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)
COOLEY, MARILYN (H.). 1930- . James Edward Gunn, 1932-2000.
The Circe Complex. TV movie: Thames Television, 1980 (scw: David Hopkins; dir: Robert D. Cardona)
COX, STEPHEN R(OBERT). 1951- .
CRAWSHAW, SHIRLEY PATRICIA LONGSTAFF. 1931- . Pseudonym: Rebecca Shaw, q.v.
CRAWSHAY-WILLIAMS, (LEONARD) ELIOT. (Adding first name.)
CROMBIE, MICHAEL. James Ronald, 1905-1972. (Death date correction.)
DALE, CELIA (MARJORIE). 1912-2011.
DARK, JUSTINE. Janice Davis Smith, 1960- .
DAVIS, JUSTINE. Janice Davis Smith, 1960- .
DAY, WILL B. Show both titles as pb
DE BURY, FERNANDE BLAZE. -1931.
DEJEANS, ELIZABETH. (Show name thus.) Frances Elizabeth Janes Budgett, 1868-1928. (Correcting birth date.) Born in New Philadelphia, Ohio; died a suicide in Dover, Ohio.
DES CARS, GUY
The Damned One. (Translation of “La Maudite,” Paris, 1954.)
DESPARD, NOEL. Pseudonym of Evelyn Grosvenor Bradley, 1883-1950. Other pseudonyms: Cameron Carr, R. R. Ryan, qq.v.
The Tyranny of Virtue. Willis, 1925
DETZER, KARL (WILLIAM)
The Broken 3. (Show title thus.)
Gun for Hire. Blake, 2000 [London] (Novelized autobiographical account.)
DICK, KAY. Born Kathleen Elsie Coleman to Kate Frances Coleman (a single woman), who married Paul Erick Dick in 1923.
DICKBERRY, F. Fernande Blaze de Bury, -1931. Died in Biarritz, France.
DIXON, H(ARRY) VERNOR (JR.). (Show name thus.)
DODD, LEE WILSON. Born in Franklin, Pennsylvania; died in New York City; graduate of New York Law School; practicing lawyer turned playwright and professor of play writing and English; magazine writer and reviewer.
The Lady Calphurnia Royal, with A(lfred) G(eorge) Stephens, 1865-1933. Mills & Boon (London), 1909. U.S. title: Our Lady of Darkness. Macaulay, 1910. Also published in England under the U.S. title: Wright & Brown (London), 1931 [Australia]
Our Lady of Darkness; see The Lady Calphurnia Royal
DOUGLAS, MARY K(AYE)
Rival Stables. (Correcting the title and deleting the dash.) [England]
DOWNS, SARA ELIZABETH FORBUSH. 1843-1926.
DRAX, PETER. Eric Elrington Addis, 1899-1941.
Candidate for Lilies. Film: Corsair, 1953, as Three Steps in the Dark (scw: Brock Williams; dir: Daniel Birt)
EBBS, ROBERT JOHN W. 1926-1999.
Drama of Mr. Dilly. Delete (not criminous)
ELLETT, HAROLD PICTON. A solicitor.
ENGELSON, JOYCE [JOYCE ENGELSON KEIFETZ]. 1928-2009. Joint pseudonym with another Smith College graduate as Chad Pilgrim, q.v.
EVERARD, HENRY. Henry Everard Smith, 1888-ca.1957.
FAIRWEATHER, LORI. Lori Schryer, 1958- . (Correcting birth date.)
FEENY, (JOHN) ALFRED. Born in Birmingham; on the staff of the Birmingham Daily Post for many years; also an accomplished amateur musician.
FINNEMORE, EMILY PEARSON. 1863-1946. Died in Lincolnshire.
FITZHAMON, LEWIN. Professional working name of Lewin Henry D. Hayman, under which name he was born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
FLETCHER, J(OSEPH) S(MITH)
The Million Dollar Diamond. Correction: This is not a reprint of The Mantle of Ishmael (they are two different novels).
FLINT, ANNIE AUSTIN. 1866/7-1949. (Amending the birth date; sources differ.)
FORD, HILARY. (Christopher) Samuel Youd, 1922-2012. SC: Felix, in both titles.
FORDE, GERTRUDE. ca.1852-1921.
-Driven Before the Storm. Hurst, 1887
FOREMAN, STEPHEN (OSBORNE). 1868-1936. Born and died in Cork, Ireland; author and poet.
FRANKLIN, DONALD. Probably the pseudonym of Patrick Quinn, 1937- , q.v.
FRASER, ANTONIA (PAKENHAM)
Quiet As a Nun. TV movie: Thames Television, 1978 (scw: Julia Jones; dir: Moira Armstrong)
Flight 409. Delete (not criminous)
Hellsgrin. Rinehart, 1960; David Bruce (London), 1973 [Colorado]
FRUTTERO, C(ARLO). 1926-2012.
GAGNE, PATRICIA ANN. 1949- .
GALE, JOHN. Richard Gaze, 1917-1982. (Correcting death date.)
GARDNER, ANDREW J. Born in Brayton, near Selby, North Yorkshire.
GARDNER, JOHN (EDMUND)
Hideway. Correct title of ss from Kinky for Trouble to: Kinky for Shrouds
GARFIELD, HENRY (A.). 1957- . Delete the CA reference.
GARFORTH, JOHN (ALAN). ca.1935- . (Delete reference to Anthony Hussey.)
GARIS, HOWARD R(OGER). Pseudonym: Raymond Sperry, q.v.
GARRETSON, Robert Graham. 1913-1983. Pseudonym: Graham Roberts, q.v.
GARSTON, GUY. Bernard John Hurren, 1907-1986. (Correcting birth date.)
GAY, WILLIAM. 1941-2012.
GAZE, RICHARD. 1917-1982. (Correcting death date.)
-The City of Enticement. Stanley Paul (London), 1911 [Vienna]
GERARD, RON L. Add pseudonym: Kent Rembo, q.v.
GERRITY, DAVID J(AMES). SC: Frank Cordolini (correction).
GETZ, CHARLES H. See: Charles F. Robb, 1856- .
GILBERT, ALAN (CHARLES). 1908-2007. Journalist with Derby Evening Telegraph, Liverpool Daily Post and Liverpool Echo.
GILBERT, ELLIOTT. 1924-2000. (Corrections.)
Don’t Push Me Around. [California]
GILMAN, DOROTHY. 1923-2012.
GLANVILLE, ERNEST. 1855-1925. (Correcting birth date.) Add: journalist for the Cape Argus and many London-based publications.
GOFF, JERRY M(ARTIN), JR. 1923-2002. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Warren, Ohio; died in Minneapolis; buried in Fort Snelling National Cemetery.
GOODRICH, LOUIS. Pseudonym of Louis Goodrich Abbot Anderson, 1872-1945. Born at Sandhurst Royal Military College; trained to be an army officer but became a land surveyor in the colonies, then a farmer in British Columbia, then a tea planter in Ceylon; then an actor and writer of radio plays; served in the army in WWI.
Three Rags. French (London), 1931 plays, at least one criminous: Forty Years On \ No Other Way \ Old Beetle’s Crime
GRAAF, PETER. (Christopher) Samuel Youd, 1922-2012.
GRANTHAM, GERALD. John Wallace, 1892-1968. (Correcting death date.)
An Innocent Imposter and other stories. (Correction of the Appleton title.) Show British edition as under the same title, published by: Kegan Paul, 1893 (Deleting reference to the John Long edition.)
GREGORY, FRANK [FRANCIS EDWARD COULTON GREGORY]. (Giving name in full.)
GUNN, JAMES (EDWARD). 1932-2000. (Corrected dates.) See also: Marilyn (H.) Cooley, 1930- .
GUTHRIE, A(LFRED) B(ERTRAM)
Murders at Moon Dance. Add British edition as Trouble at Moon Dance: Panther pb, 1962
HANDLEY, LEONARD (MOURANT HAY). Served in the British Army from 1911, in Indian Army (Cavalry) 1913-1933; writer and big game hunter.
HANKINS, ARTHUR P(RESTON)
The Carved Trail. Chelsea, 1927; Hodder, 1928 [California]
HARRINGTON, KATHERINE [MRS. ROLF BENNETT]. 1890- . See: (William) Rolf Bennett, 1882-1971.
HASTINGS, MICHAEL. Michael Bar-Zohar, 1938-2011.
HASTINGS, PHYLLIS (DORA HODGE)
House of Twelve Caesars. [Wales]
HAVEL, VACLAV. 1936-2011. Playwright, essayist, dissident, and 10th and last president of Czechoslovakia.
Audience. French (London), 1978 (Play.)
Largo Desolato. Grove, 1987; Faber, 1987 (Play.)
HAWKINS, ELI COLTER. 1891-1976(?). Pseudonym: Eli Colter, q.v.
HAYAKAWA, TETSO. 1949- . Pseudonym: Natsuo Sekikawa, q.v.
HAYES, MARIJANE. 1920-1991.
HAYMAN, LEWIN HENRY D. 1869-1961. Professional working name: Lewin Fitzhamon, q.v.
HEATH, CHARLES. Add pseudonym: Kent Rembo, q.v.
HEDLEY, FRANK. C(larence) Hedley Barker, 1897-1970.
-In the Brigade; or, Recollections of a Fireman. Berger (London), 1868 ss: Blown to Atoms; or, The Madman in the Powder Magazine \ Burnt to the Ground \ The Day of Doom \ The Fire Raiser \ The First Night with the Sutherland \ The Incendiary \ A Lost Life \ Running the Risk \ Spontaneous Combustion \ The Train on Fire
-On the Road; or, The Adventures of a Cabman. Routledge, 1868
HEPTONSTALL, DAVID MICHAEL. 1943- .
HERRERA, ANTHONY. 1944-2011. See: Will Osborne, 1949- .
HESKY, OLGA. Born Rose Olga Cowen, then was (Rose) Olga Levy, then (Rose) Olga Hesky. (Correction.)
HIGHSMITH, (MARY) PATRICIA (PLAUGMAN)
A Dog’s Ransom. TV movie: Thames Televison, 1978 (scw: John Bowen; dir: Donald McWinnie)
HILL, MONICA. Agnes Monica Baker, 1898- . (Correcting birth date.) Born Agnes Monica Hill, married Walter Raymond Baker in 1921; last sighting on passenger list to Singapore in 1949; presumably died abroad.
HILL, REGINALD (CHARLES). 1936-2012.
HITCHENS, (JULIA CLARA CATHERINE) DOLORES (BIRK OLSEN). Graduate of UCLA; former teacher; died in Placentia, California.
HOMES, GEOFFREY. Daniel (Geoffrey) Mainwaring. (Show name thus.)
HOPE, CAMILLA. Grace Elsie Thompson, 1889-1975. (Corrected birth date.) Add: Born in Hampshire; died in Canterbury, Kent.
HUBBARD, P(HILIP) M(AITLAND)
High Tide. TV movie: Thames Television, 1980 (scw: Andrew Brown; dir: Colin Bucksey)
HUGHES, DOROTHY B(ELLE FLANAGAN)
The So Blue Marble. Correct first British edition from Bantam (London), 1979, to Nicholson (London), 1943
HULBURD, PERCY. 1863-1943.
In Black and White. Ward & Downey (London), 1889
HURREN, BERNARD JOHN. 1907-1986. (Correcting birth date.)
HUSSEY, ANTHONY. Delete.
INGRAHAM, JOSEPH HOLT
The Beautiful Cigar Girl; or, The Mysteries of Broadway; see La Bonita Cigarera
La Bonita Cigarera; or, The Beautiful Cigar Vender. Also published as: The Beautiful Cigar Girl; or, The Mysteries of Broadway. Ivers (New York), late 1800s
JAMES, SUSAN. Susan (L.) Schiffer, 1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
JAMIESON, LELAND (SHATTUCK). Add: novelist and short story writer; died in Jacksonville, Florida.
JAYE, PETER. Rance Pochin-Johnson, 1911-1966. Born Rance P. Johnson in Lancashire; adopted the surname Pochin-Johnson by 1943; died in Westminster.
JENNINGS, MAUREEN (A.). 1939- . (Correcting birth date.) Born in Birmingham, England; living in Canada.
Escape the Dying. Correct to: Except the Dying. Add British edition: Titan pb, 2012
Under the Dragon’s Tail. Add British edition: Titan pb, 2012
JESSOP, GEORGE H(ENRY). 1852-1915. Born in County Longford, Ireland; spent some years in the American West from 1873.
JOENSUU, MATTI (YRJANA). 1948-2011. SC: Timo Harjunpaa, in listed novel and subsequent novels.
JOHNSON, HENRY. 1849(?)-1917(?).
JONES, H. Pseudonym: Kim Roe, q.v.
JOYCE, MARGARET T. Delete (not the real name of John Barclay).
The Lineup. (Show title thus.)
KELAART, PIERS. Pseudonym.
KENT, MARY. Pseudonym of Mabel Mary Buckley Andrews, 1877-1959. Born in Wellington, Shropshire; died in Hertfordshire.
KENT, MICHAEL. Pseudonym of James Chapman Andrews, 1881-1957. Born in Kent, England; died in Worcestershire.
KILPATRICK, FLORENCE [FLORENCE ANTOINETTE CALVERT KILPATRICK CROWDER]. ca.1883-1968. (Show name thus, with corrected birth date.)
KISTLER, MARY. Author of numerous short stories that appeared in Ingenue, American Girl and Today’s Woman, and a great many short shorts for the New York Daily News; toured the world as a result of her husband’s work in geology.
KISTLER, MARY. Pseudonym of Bonnie J. Robinson (for only the title below).
Mirage on the Amazon. Harlequin, 1987 [Brazil]
KROLL, HARRY HARRISON. Lived as a child in Dyersburg, Tennessee, and teens and young adult in Alabama; school teacher in Alabama though without formal education, then obtained degrees from Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville; taught English composition and literature at University of Tennessee and Lincoln Memorial University; published over 900 pieces of short fiction and essays and 27 novels.
LAMB, MAX [WILLIAM MAX LAMB]. 1925-1993.
LAPOLLA, GARIBALDI MARTO. 1888-1954. Born in Italy; family came to the U.S. in 1890; educated at Columbia University; served in the U.S. Army in WWI; was an English teacher in the New York City school system.
-The Grand Gennaro. Jarrolds, 1936 [New York City]
LE CARRE, JOHN
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. Film: Paradis, 2011 (scw: Peter Straughan, Bridget O’Connor; dir: Tomas Alfredson)
LEE, ELSIE. Delete reference to Elsie Lee Sheridan.
LEONARD, CHARLES L.
The 4th Funeral. (Show title thus.)
Yu-Malu, the Dragon Princess. U.S. title: The Dragon Princess. Wildside pb, 2011
LILBURN, EILEEN ANNE CARSTAIRS. Delete.
LOWE, HERBERT VICTOR. 1916-1991. See: Hyman Zore.
LOWENTHAL, CHARLES A.
Victim of Circumstance. John Long, 1913 [England]
LUNN, PETER (NORTHCOTE). 1914-2011.
LUPIANO, VINCENT S. 1940- .
LYNN, KAY. Kathryna Victoria Speransky Barber, 1899-1979. (Giving full name and correcting birth date.) Born in Moscow; living in France in the 1930s; married Arthur V. Barber in 1936; died in Eastbourne.
MACBETH, MADGE (HAMILTON LYONS). 1878-1965. Ref: CA. Born in Philadelphia and died in Ottawa, Canada.
Kleath. Small, Maynard, 1917 [Canada] Silent film: Mayflower, 1920, as The Law of the Yukon (scw: Harry Chandlee; dir: Charles Miller)
McDOUGALD, ROMAN (MILLER). (Adding middle name.)
The Mercy Man. Film: Champawat, 2009 (scw & dir: Rider McDowell)
MACKAY, WILLIAM R. 1819-1896.
MacKINNON, ALLAN. 1912-1980. Lived for some years in Canada and died in Montreal.
McKNIGHT, BOB [ROBERT CHARLES McKNIGHT]. 1906-1986. Born in Pomeroy, Ohio; died in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The Money Mountain. Add [Paris]
MACMILLAN, MRS. ALEC [ELLEN FORTESCUE HARRISON MACMILLAN}. 1856-1933. Born and died in London.
-The Weird Well. Greening (London), 1899
McNAB, ANDY. Pseudonym of Steven Billy Mitchell, 1959- .
MacNEIL, NEIL. Add pseudonym: Clint Reno, q.v.
McPARTLAND, JOHN (DONALD). 1911-1959. (Correcting death date.) Born in Chicago; died in Pebble Beach, California.
MAGRISKA, COUNTESS HELEN. Pseudonym of Enid Florence Brockies, 1911- .
Black Ballerina. John Long, 1940 [U.S.]
MAINWARING, DANIEL (GEOFFREY). (Show name thus.) Born near Dunlap, California; graduate of Fresno State College in 1926; reporter for the Fresno Bee, crime reporter for the Los Angeles Herald, Los Angeles Daily News, and Los Angeles Express.
Duel for a Dark Angel. (Title correction.)
MARLOWE, DAN(IEL) J(AMES, JR.). Born in Lowell, Massachusetts; died in Los Angeles.
Hell Hath No Fury. [San Francisco]
MARLOWE, RUFUS. John Ashley Sheltus. 1929-2008.
MARMOR, ARNOLD. Born and died in New York City.
Boudoir Treachery. Also published as: Torrid Wenches. Merit pb, ca.1963
Torrid Wenches; see Boudoir Treachery
MARQUAND, JOHN P(HILLIPS)
Don’t Ask Questions. [South America]
The Adventures of Judith Lee. U.S. edition in: The Complete Adventures of Judith Lee. Black Coat, 2012
The Complete Adventures of Judith Lee; see The Adventures of Judith Lee, and Judith Lee: Some Pages from Her Life
Judith Lee: Some Pages from Her Life. U.S. edition in: The Complete Adventures of Judith Lee. Black Coat, 2012
MASON, DARBY. Joint pseudonym of Zelma (Oakley Mason) Roberts, ca.1916-1988, q.v., with an unidentified American writer.
The Corpse Wore Wax. Shakespeare Head (Sydney, Australia), 1951?
MASON, ROBERT (WHYTE)
Cairo Communique. Add ss: The Merchant in the Mousky
Courage for Sale. [Balkans]
MAYO, JAMES BROWARD, JR. 1940-2007. Pseudonym: Barry Shannon, q.v.
MEADOWS, ALICE MAUD. 1860-1913. Born in Islington; died in Surrey.
MENZIES, MRS. STUART. 1856-1933. (Correcting birth date.)
-The Vallency Tradition. Also published in the U.S. as: Between Darkness and Day. Popular Library, 1956 [Mexico]
MIDDLETON, GEORGE ARNOLD HAYES. 1873-1950. Pseudonym/professional name: A(rnold) Safroni-Middleton, q.v.
MILLAR, MARGARET (ELLIS STURM)
-The Cannibal Heart. Random, 1949; H. Hamilton, 1950 [California]
MILLER, MRS. ALEX(ANDER) McVEIGH [MITTIE POINT MILLER]. Born Mattie Frances Clarke Point in Hanover Junction, Virginia; died in St. Petersburg, Florida.
MILLER, TEVIS. 1913-1983. Graduate of Western State College, Colorado; died in Portland, Oregon; author of westerns.
The Magpie Rides. World’s Work (London), 1937 [West]
MILLWARD, EDWARD J(OSEPH). In Addenda #42, change London School of Teachers to: Leeds Training School for Teachers.
Rage in Babylon. [Los Angeles]
MITCHELL, STEVEN BILLY. 1959- . Pseudonym: Andy McNab, q.v.
MITFORD, BERTRAM. Born in Bath, England (correction; not born in Northumberland).
MONTGOMERY, K. L. Letitia Montgomery, 1867-1930.
MONTGOMERY, KATHLEEN. Letitia Montgomery, 1867-1930.
MONTGOMERY, LETITIA. 1867-1930. Born in Dublin.
MOORE, T(OM) INGLIS. 1901-1978.
The Half Way Sun. Angus (Australia), 1935 [Philippines]
Hang Dead Hawaiian Style. Add Australian edition: Eclipse pb, 197?
MORRIS, SHAYNE. Pseudonym?
-Golden Hooves. Ward Lock, 1953
MUIR, ANNE ROSS. 1948- . Pseudonym: Annie Ross, q.v.
MURAGURI, NICHOLAS. 1934- . Pseudonym: Mwangi Ruheni, q.v.
MURDOCH, GRAHAM (BREBNER). 1954- .
NEWTON, JOSEPH EMERSON. 1903-1974. Born in New York; graduate of Harvard; died in St. Petersburg, Florida.
NICHOLS, PETER. (Christopher) Samuel Youd, 1922-2012.
NOHRA, AUDREY STAINTON (BARRY). 1926-2011.
NUSSBAUM, AL(BERT FREDERICK). (Correction of middle name.)
NYLAND, GENTRY. Born Gentry Hillman Parsons in Talladega, Alabama; living in Malvern, Pennsylvania in the 1940s; later in Victoria, Texas, as admission secretary/registrar at Devereux School; died in Victoria.
OLDFIELD, PAMELA (MARGARET WILSON). 1931–2011.
O’LEARY, ED(WARD E.?). 1948(?)- .
OLIPHANT, MRS (MARGARET OLIPHANT WILSON)
-Salem Chapel. Correct date of Munro edition to: 1884
ORCZY, BARONESS (EMMUSKA). See also: John Blakeney.
Smoke & Mirrors, with Anthony Herrera, 1944-2011. (Adding co-author.)
OSMOND, MARION (WALLACE). 1870-1948. Born Marion Wallace in London; married Walter Osmond, one time special constable at Buckingham Palace; died in London.
OVERTON, ROBERT. 1854-1924. (Correcting birth date.) Author, playwright, journalist, lecturer on literature and philosophy, and writer of monologues, pantomimes and operettas.
OWEN, J. Pseudonym: John Scotter, q.v.
OZAKI, MILTON K(IYOSHI). (Adding middle name.)
PALMER, ROSE. 1914-2011.
PARKER, RICHARD. 1915-1990. (Correcting birth date.)
Only Some Had Guns. [Middle East]
PATTEN, WILLIAM GEORGE. Add pseudonym: Morgan Scott, q.v.
PATTERSON, HENRY. (Note: This was his birth name.)
PAUL, WILLIAM (HALKERSTON CLUNIE). (Giving name in full.) Born in Newport-on-Tay, Scotland; graduated from Aberdeen University with an MA in English and politics; reporter on The Scotsman, Edinburgh, then on Scotland on Sunday, progressing to Executive Editor on that newspaper; then became Head of Digital Communications for the Scottish Government in 2001.
PEACOCK, DENNIS MAX CORNELIUS WOODRUFFE. Pseudonym: Charles A. Brandreth, q.v.
PEACOCK, MAX. Pseudonym: Charles A. Brandreth, q.v.
PECK, (LADY) WINIFRED (FRANCES KNOX). Add: sister of Ronald A(rbuthnott) Knox, 1888-1957, q.v.
PENDLETON, DON(ALD EUGENE)
Firebase Seattle. (By Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)
PENTECOST, HUGH. SC: Lt. David Pascal (adding first name)
PHELPS, PAULINE. 1871- .
PILGRIM, CHAD. Joint pseudonym of two graduates of Smith College, one of whom was Joyce Engelson (Keifetz), 1928-2009, a book editor for 40 years, born and died in New York City.
POCHIN-JOHNSON, RANCE. 1911-1966.
POLLOCK, GUY C(AMERON) and ANNE ARMSTRONG. Anne Armstrong was the pseudonym of Nancy Gladys Armstrong Graham, 1905-1988. (Correction.)
PORTER, REBECCA NEWMAN [REBECCA NEWMAN PORTER WHITE]. 1883-1963. Born in Illinois; died in Santa Barbara, California.
POWER, WALT(ER EDWARD). 1945- .
POWERS, JAMES (PERRY). 1924-2007. Lawyer in Arizona.
-Estate of Grace. [Arizona]
PRATT, GRACE TYLER. 1869-1916. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Deerfield, Massachusetts; died in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
PREBBLE, RAY. 1956- .
PRENDERGAST, WILLIAM. 1904-1969.
The Stairway on the Wall. [England]
PRESCOTT, JERRY [GERALD]. 1934- .
PRESS, SYLVIA. 1917-2001. (Deleting question mark.)
PRESTON, ANN. Judith Louisa Ann Worthy. (Giving name in full.) Birth name: Judith Preston.
The Happy Spring. [England]
PRESTON, ELLIOTT (WEBB). ca.1868-1902.
PRESTON, FLORENCE (MARGARET). 1905-1982.
The Empty Years. Cresset, 1962 [Scotland] (Moving the entry from James Preston, 1913-2004.)
PRESTON, JAMES. 1913-2004.
The Empty Years. Moved to new James Preston entry.
Murder at Sundown. SC: Det. Sgt. Bob Christie
PRICE, WILLIAM (W.). 1941- .
PRIDHAM, SYLVIA SANDYS. 1919(?)- .
PRIESTLEY, CLIVE RYLAND. 1892-1973.
PRIOR, WILLIAM W. 1906-1996. (Correcting death date.) Raised in Southern California; graduate of Stanford University and Texas University Law School; practiced law in Dallas and Houston; executive of an interstate gas transmission company.
Not Our House. [California]
PROBY, WILLIAM C.
The Spirit of the Castle. [France]
PROCTER, MAURICE. (Note: The name was sometimes spelled Proctor.)
PROTHEROE, ERNEST (HANLEY). 1866-1929. Schoolmaster turned author.
PROUT, GEOFFREY (ROLAND SPENCER). 1894-1960.
PROWSE, PHILIP. 1947- .
Goodbye Summer Blues. Longman pb, 1995 (Intended for adults learning to read.) L. A. Raid. Heinemann pb, 1995 (Intended for adults learning to read.)
L.A. Winners. Heinemann pb, 1998 (Intended for adults learning to read.)
PRUETT, DARRELL. (Correcting last name spelling.)
-The Pact at Star’s Crossing. [Virginia]
PRYCE, (EDITH) GWENDOLEN. 1868-1934.
-A Long Shadow. Correct publication date to: 1912
PRYDE, ANTHONY. A(gnes) R(ussell) Weekes, 1880-1940.
PULSFORD, NORMAN GEORGE. 1902-1982.
The Death of Urashima Taro. Add 
PURDY, JENNIE BOUTON. ca.1869-1920s. Born in New York; died in California.
PURTELL, JOSEPH (PAUL). 1908-1997. Born in Wisconsin; died in Houston, Texas.
PUTNAM, ARTHUR ALWYN. 1829-1910.
PUTNEY, GEORGE (N.). 1925-2011.
PYKE, VINCENT. 1827-1894.
QUIN, B(ASIL) G(ODFREY). 1891-1968.
Spying on Fishback. [ship]
The Fear of God. TV movie: Thames Television, 1980 (scw: Troy Kennedy Martin; dir: Robert Tronson)
The Limbo Connection. TV movie: Thames Television, 1978 (scw: Philip Mackie; dir: Robert Tronson)
QUINN, E(LEANOR) BAKER. 1900-1976.
QUINN, JOHN PATRICK. 1930- .
QUINN, PATRIC. John Patrick Quinn, 1930- . Born in Jersey City, New Jersey.
QUINN, PATRICK. Probable pseudonym: Donald Franklin, q.v.
RABY, SIMON. 1961- .
RACE, SIMON J(OHN). 1957- .
RADA, STAEFAN (EDUARD). 1943- .
RADANO, GENE [ASCANIO EUGENE RADANO]. 1917-2007.
RADCLIFFE, (HENRY) GARNETT. 1898-1971.
The Winds of Kedem. Pandora (London), 1992 [Middle East]
Whodunnit? (Title correction.)
RAE, LUCY M(ACKIE). 1865-1938. Born in Scotland; died in London.
RAFFALOVICH, GEORGE. 1880-1958.
RAILTON, C(HARLES?) W(ILLIAM?). 1905(?)-1978(?).
RAINSFORD, W(ILLIAM?) H(ENRY?). 1896(?)-1978(?).
RALEIGH, ALAN. Elijah Brown, 1867-1916.
RALEIGH, H(ILARY) M(ASON). 1893-1969.
RAM, STOPFORD JAMES. 1826-1881.
RAMPAL, S(ATENDRA) N(ATH). (Giving name in full.)
RAMRUS, AL (MORRIS). John (Herman) Shaner, 1932- . (Correcting birth date.)
RAMSDEN, MARK. 1956- .
RAMSEY, GUY (HAYLETT WALKER). 1900-1959. (Deleting question marks.)
RAMTHUN, BONNIE (DROEGE). 1962- . (Correcting birth date.)
RANBERN, JAMES. Pseudonym of John Lester Brennan, 1920- . A Home Office pathologist in the West Midlands; born in London and worked in India for 10 years.
RAND, GEORGE HART. SC: Sherman Hale, in both titles.
Sherman Hale and the Stapleton Mystery. Fenno, 1912
RAND, JAMES S. Bernard George Attenborough, 1912-1982.
The Stake. MacLellan (Glasgow) (Show publisher thus.)
RANDALL, F(REDERICK) J(OHN). 1872-1940(?).
Somebody’s Luggage. [England]
RANDALL, JOHN D.
The Hatterask Incident. [North Carolina]
RANDAZZO, CARMINE (J.). 1928-2006.
RANKIN, IAN (JAMES)
Death Is Not the End. (Note: This is part of the expanded novel Dead Souls, q.v.)
RAPHAEL, MORRIS (CHARLES, SR.). 1917-2011. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Natchez, Mississippi; engineer, newspaper editor, historian, columnist, author of 14 self-published books; died in New Iberia, Louisiana.
The Secret Mission of Colonel Death. (29 pp.)
RATH, E. J. Edith Rathbone Jacobs Brainerd, 1885-1922.
RATHBUN, FAY P. 1852-1931. Born in New York; lawyer and one-time mayor of Hornellsville, New York.
RATLEY, PERCY. 1870(?)-1940(?).
RAVEN, GEORGE P. Former Detective Superintendent with the Essex Police.
RAVEN, JAMES (PATRICK). (Adding middle name.) Reporter, television scriptwriter, producer, and news director.
RAWLENCE, (EDWARD) GUY. 1888-1971.
RAWLINGS, NORMA E. 1939(?)- .
Sleeping Dogs. [England, WWII]
RAWSON, (ALICE) MAUD (FIFE) STEPNEY. 1865-1945.
RAY, STACEY. Probably a pseudonym.
-Going Up. Delete (not criminous)
School for Novelists. Delete.
RAYNES, JEAN (B.). 1927- .
The Blood Carnelian. [England]
Act of Murder. (1-act play.)
Bang, You’re Dead. (1-act play.)
Mantrap. (1-act play.)
REDLICH, ELIZABETH BEATRICE BATESON. 1909-1955. Pseudonym: Darby St. John, q.v.
REDMOND, A(NTON) E(DWARD). 1947- .
REDMOND, CHRIS(TOPHER ANTON). 1949- .
REDMOND-HOWARD, L(OUIS) G. 1884-1949(?).
REED, BARBARA. SC: Liz Hanlon, in High Notes Are Murder and subsequent novel(s).
REED, EDNA G(ERTRUDE) YOUNG. 1875-1964. Born in Titusville, Pennsylvania; in 1940s was living in Jamestown, New York.
REED, EDWARD CHARLES. 1881-1966(?). (Correcting birth date.)
REED, GARY. 1943- .
REED, HOWARD. 1885-1980(?).
REES, EMLYN. ca.1973- .
The Secret of the Jungle. [London]
REES, LLOYD. 1949- .
REESE, JUDITH (ANN). 1942- . (Deleting death date.)
REEVES, RUTH (ELIZABETH TRAUGHBER). 1902-1992. (Deleting question mark.)
REEVES-STEVENS, JUDITH (EVELYN). 1951- . (Correcting birth date.)
REICH, DEBORAH. Correct to: REICH, DEVORAH. 1954- .
REID, C(LAUDE) LESTOCK. 1888-1954.
REID, C(LELAND ) MIKE. 1945- .
REID, ELEANOR. Constance Isabel Smith, 1894-1972.
REID, JAMIE. 1947- .
REID, LINDA. Pseudonym of Yolanda S. Reid Chassiakos, 1953- .
REINHARDT, CHARLES [CHARLES EMMANUEL REINHARDT-RUTLAND]. 1868-1920.
REINHARDT, MADGE. Madge Reinhardt Ritter, 1925-1987.
REINHART, SHIRLEY (ANN) ROGERS. 1928-2011.
REISNER, MARY (BRONSON). 1903-197? (Correction.) Born in Gottingen, Germany, the daughter of Egyptologist George Andrew Reisner.
REITCI, RITA KROHNE. 1930-2010.
REMBO, KENT. Pseudonym of Ron(ald Gerard) Renauld, 1952- , q.v. Other pseudonyms: Ron L. Gerard, Charles Heath, Jack Roberts, qq.v.
RENO, CLINT. Pseudonym of W(illis) T(odhunter) Ballard, 1903-1980, q.v. Other pseudonyms: P. D. Ballard, Neil MacNeil, John Shepard, qq.v. Joint pseudonym with Norbert Davis: Harrison Hunt, q.v.
RENSHAW, ANTHONY. 1940- .
RENSHAW, CHARLES BAILEY. 1902-1982.
RENWICK, ALY [ALISTAIR]. ca.1944- .
Red Saunders Bites the Dust. [Australia]
RETCHKIN, NORMAN. Correct to: RETCHIN, NORMAN. 1919-1971.
REVERE, JOHN D. Pseudonym of George Harold Bennett, 1930-2004. Other pseudonym: Harriet Janeway, q.v. See also: Hal Bennett.
REVILL, ELIZABETH [ELIZABETH (LIZ) E. OSMEND REVILL FIELDER SPEAR]. 1948- .
REYNAUD-FOURTON, ALAIN. 1931- .
Turnabout. TV movie: (France), 1986, as L’Entourloupe (scw: Alan Reynaud-Fourton; dir: Edouard Logereau)
REYNOLDS, MRS. FRED [AMY DORA REYNOLDS]. 1861-1957.
REYNOLDS, LOUISE (CLARISSE). 1854-1921.
REYNOLDS, MINNIE JOSEPHINE. 1865-1936.
RHODES, DENYS (GRAVENOR). 1919-1981.
RHODES, RUSSELL (LAURENCE). 1931-2010.
RIBEIRO, EDGARD TELLES. 1944- .
RICARD, W. William R. Mackay, 1819-1896.
RICE, CHRISTOPHER. 1978- . (Correcting the birth date.)
RICE, LUANNE. 1955- . (Show first name thus.)
RICH, WILLARD. William Theodore Richards, 1900-1940. Add: Born in Massachusetts; died a suicide in New York City.
The Killing Game. [Maine]
RICHARDS, C(ECIL) J(OHN). 1894-1989. (Deleting question marks.)
RICHARDS, H(AROLD) GRAHAME. 1885-1966(?).
The Ossington Mystery. [England]
RICHARDS, JUDITH. 1942- .
RICHARDS, (WILLIAM?) MARSDEN. ca.1859(?)-1925(?).
RICHARDS, RONALD CHARLES WILLIAM. 1923-2011.
RICHARDS, ROSS (J.?). 1924(?)- . Journalist/crime reporter on the Daily Mirror and on the staff of Today Magazine in the 1960s.
RICHARDS, WILLIAM THEODORE. 1900-1940.
RICHARDSON, ANTHONY (THOMAS STEWART CURRIE). 1899-1964.
RICHARDSON, CARL. Living in Cumbria, England.
RICHARDSON, ELINORA. 1890-1958. Born in Missouri; died in Los Angeles.
RICHARDSON, H(UBERT) L(EON)
The Shadows of Crazy Mountain. (Title correction.)
RICHARDSON, JAMES H(UGH). 1894-1963. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada; died in Boulder City, Nevada; reporter for the Winnipeg Telegram and Los Angeles Evening Herald; became editor of the Evening Herald, Post Record and Los Angeles Examiner.
-Amberwood. Add British edition: Remploy, 1974
RICHARDSON, STEVEN H(OWARD). 1949- .
RICHARDSON, W(ILLIE) JAMES. 1942- .
RICHMOND, BEN(JAMIN C.). 1949- . (Correcting birth date.) An artist specializing in nautical scenes.
RICKMAN, MARK. 1925-2011.
Sarah Fowkes. [London, 1860s]
RIDER, BRIAN. 1936- . Born in Mitcham Surrey, England; a registered chiropodist, President and then Honorary Life President of the English Chiropodists Association; living in the Cotswolds.
Dangerous Plateau. Cambax pb (England), 1996
Golden Inca. Cambax pb (England), 1995 [Peru]
-Restless Spirit. Minerva pb, 2000 [Egypt]
Snatched. Templehouse pb (England), 1994 [Turkey]
RIDGWAY, ATHELSTON. 1879-1955.
RIEDEL, JOHN (W.). 1937- .
RIEWERTS, J(OHN) P. 1893-1976.
RIFKIN, SHEPARD. 1918-2011.
RILEY, EDNA (MAY GOLDSMITH). 1880-1962. Born in Lake Township, California.; a schoolteacher.
RILEY, EDWARD P. ca.1875-1954.
RILEY, EUGENIA [EUGENIA RILEY ESSENMACHER]. 1948- . (Correcting birth date.)
RILEY, JUDITH (ASTRIA) MERKLE. 1942-2010.
RILEY, L. W. 1917- .
RILEY, W(ILLIAM H.). 1866-1938(?).
RILEY, WILMA. ca.1959- .
RINN, JOSEPH F(RANCIS). 1868-195?. Lived in New York City.
RISK, JAMES NICHOLAS. 1921-1971.
RITCHIE, RITA. Rita Krohne Reitci, 1930-2010.
RITTENBERG, MAX. 1880-1965.
RITTER, MADGE REINHARDT. 1925-1987.
RIVERS, GAYLE. Raymond Brooks, ca.1947- .
RIXON, ANNIE (LOUISA) [MRS. RICHARD DE CLARE STUDDART]. 1886-1975.
ROACH, JULIAN. 1945- .
ROAN, TOM. Add: born in Snead, Alabama; died in New Jersey.
ROBB, CHARLES F.
Red O’Leary Wins Out, with Charles H. Getz. (Adding co-author.)
ROBB, MARTI. 1946- .
ROBBINS, CLIFTON. 1890-1964.
ROBBINS, TOD. Add: graduate of Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and Washington & Lee University; died in St. Jean, Cap Ferrat, Alpes Martimes, France, and buried in Nice.
ROBENS, HOWARD. 1931- .
ROBERTS, ANN VICTORIA. 1945- .
Liam’s Story. Chatto, 1991. U.S. title: Morning’s Gate. Morrow, 1991 [England] (Corrected entry.)
ROBERTS, (WILLIAM) CRAIG. 1946- .
ROBERTS, DMAE. 1957- .
ROBERTS, DONNA (CAROLE). 1946- .
Beginning of a Crime. Add [Los Angeles]
ROBERTS, ERIC. 1914-2010.
ROBERTS, GEORGE. Pseudonym of Robert Walters, 1832-1912. (For the play “Lady Audley’s Secret”.)
ROBERTS, GILDAS O. Correct to: ROBERTS, GILDAS (JACK). 1932- .
ROBERTS, GRAHAM. Pseudonym of Robert Graham Garretson, 1913-1983. Born in Iowa; died in Julian, California.
The Case of the Dancing Red Lion. Lewis News Agency (Ottumna, Iowa), 1952
ROBERTS, HELEN C.
-The Discreet Adventure. [England]
ROBERTS, JACK. Add pseudonym: Kent Rembo, q.v.
ROBERTS, JENNY. 1944- . (Correcting birth date.)
ROBERTS, (WILLIAM) SWITHIN. 1884-1955(?).
ROBERTS, ZELMA (OAKLEY MASON) [ZELMA OAKLEY MASON ROBERTS DINELEY]. ca.1916-1988. Joint pseudonym with an unidentified American writer: Darby Mason, q.v. Born in New Zealand; died in Australia.
ROBERTSON, ELLISON. ca.1948- . An artist in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
The Knave of Diamonds. [England]
ROBERTSON, LANIE. 1936- . (Correcting birth date.)
-Nasty Little Secrets. French (London), 1989 (Play.)
ROBERTSON, LILIAN MAY [ANDERSON]. 1889-1984. (Corrected dates.)
ROBERTSON, MUIRHEAD. Henry Johnson, 1849(?)-1917(?).
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM. 1865-1941.
ROBIN, ROBERT (S.). 1935- . Lawyer in Chicago.
ROBINS, MONTY. 1931-1995(?).
ROBINSON, BILL [WILLIAM JAY ROBINSON]. 1954- .
ROBINSON, CHARLES KNOX. 1932-2006. (Correcting birth date; delete CA reference.)
ROBINSON, DAN(IEL L.). 1940- . SC: Doug McKenzie, in Suffer the Children and subsequent novel(s).
Artillery of Lies. Add SC: Luis Cabrillo
The Eldorado Network. Add SC: Luis Cabrillo
ROBINSON, E(THELBERT) M(cKENNON). 1904-1967. Born in Columbia, Tennessee and buried there; studied bacteriology, spent eight years in the American University in Beirut, went to Cairo and in 1939 joined Royal Army Medical Corp as a civilian bacteriologist; went to China with United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration and then spent two years with UNESCO in Paris; later living in Switzerland in the 1950s.
The Secret of the Swinging Boom. [France] (Setting correction.)
ROBINSON, EDEN (VICTORIA LENA). (Giving name in full.)
-Monkey Beach. Vintage (Canada), 2000 [Canada]
ROBINSON, GIOVANNA. Pseudonym of Joan Calistri Robinson, 1928-2001. Charles Knox Robinson, 1932-2006. (Correcting birth date.)
ROBINSON, JANICE. Living in Gunnislake, Cornwall, England.
ROBINSON, ROBERT (LEE). Correct to: ROBINSON, RON(ALD LEE). 1936- .
-Thunder Dreamer. Ex Machina (Sioux Falls, South Dakota), 1996 [South Dakota, 1980]
ROBINSON, RUTH. 1914- .
Riding Out. [England]
-Seduction. Collins pb, 1994 [England]
ROBINSON, SUE. Reporter for Associated Press; later with newspapers in Pacific Northwest.
The Amendment. Add 
ROBY, ADELAIDE Q. Pseudonym of Mary Adelaide Roby, 1904-1973.
ROBY, MARY ADELAIDE. 1904-1973. Pseudonym: Adelaide Q. Roby, q.v.
ROCHESTER, (ELIZABETH) DEVEREUX. 1917-ca.1982. Born in New York, died in St. Malo, France; a member of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry and served with the Special Operations Executive during WWII.
RODELL, VIC. Possibly the pseudonym of Vivian Rodell Stitt, 1917-1999.
RODELL, VIVIAN. Possibly Vivan Rodell Stitt, 1917-1999.
RODGERS, M(ARY) J(OHNSON).1954- . (Correcting birth date.)
ROE, KIM. Pseudonym of H. Jones.
ROE, OWEN. Lionel Peel Yates, 1888-1963.
ROE, WILLIAM NICHOLS. 1898-1978.
ROECKEL, MRS. JOSEPH L. [JANE ROECKEL]. 1834-1907.
ROFFEY, JACK. Pseudonym of “an eminent Assize Court official.”
Hostile Witness. Delete the Evans, 1966 edition of the novelized version.
The Cost of Love. [Los Angeles, 1973; Viet Nam, 1967]
ROGERS, CHARLES (GALTON?). 1950(?)- .
ROGERS, CHRIS(TINE A.). (Giving name more fully.)
ROGERS, D(AVID) E. 1969- .
ROGERS, J(ACK) L(EE). 1942- .
ROGERS, MILTON (M.?). 1924-1994(?).
ROGERS, STANLEY (REGINALD HARRY). 1887-1961. Born in Nottingham, England; author and illustrator of more than 30 books on ships and the sea; died in Bronxville, New York.
ROGGE, ROBERT H(ORACE). 1917-2010.
ROGGER, L(OUIS) L(UCIEN). Joint pseudonym of Lucien Aigner, 1901-1999, and Louis Aczel, ca1901- .
ROHDE, WILLIAM L(AURENCE). 1901-1960(?).
ROLAND, ALICE KATE. 1853-1915(?). Born in Logan County, Pennsylvania; lived in Birmingham, Alabama.
ROLAND, MRS. ALICE KATE. Delete (duplicate entry).
ROLEINE, ROBERTE. 1933- . Born in Paris.
ROMAN, NEVILLE H(ENRY). Correct (in Addenda 31) to: ROMAIN, NEVILLE H(ENRY). 1917-2007.
ROMANES, JULIAN (P. A.). 1951- .
The Cell. Allen, 1987
ROMANO, DEANE (LOUIS). 1927-2011.
ROMER, ISABELLA F(RANCES). 1798-1852.
RONALD, JAMES. 1905-1972. (Correction.) Born and died in Glasgow, but lived in Fairfield, Connecticut from 1938 to 1955, when he was deported.
ROOF, KATHARINE METCALF. 1871-195? Born in Clifton Springs, New York.
ROOKSBY, DENIS (ARTHUR). 1908-1968.
ROPER, SEG. Pseudonym of S(tanley) E(dward) G. Roper, 1922-1996.
ROPER, S(TANLEY) E(DWARD) G. 1922-1996. See pseudonym: Seg Roper.
ROPES, ARTHUR REED. Mary E(mily) Ropes, 1842-1932.
ROPES, MARY E(MILY). 1842-1932.
ROSCOE, TREVE. Pseudonym of Charles John Samuel Thompson, 1862-1943. Born in Liverpool; died in Thame, Oxfordshire; medical historian, pharmaceutical writer, journalist and museum curator.
ROSE, HELEN. Pseudonym of Helen Rose Smolen, 1943- . (Correction.)
Satan’s Seal. [Pennsylvania]
ROSENBERG, STEPHEN N(ICHOLAS). 1941-2010.
ROSENFELD, ARTHUR (EDWARD). 1957- . (Correcting birth date.)
ROSENWALD, FRANCIS. 1904-1964. Born in Georgia; died in California; a screenwriter.
ROSI, CYNTHIA. Reporter and stringer for newspapers in England; came to Columbus, Ohio, in 2003; freelance writer.
ROSMANITH, OLGA L. (Note: Her name could be given as Grace Olga Rosmanith/Roxburgh Hall-Brown Nies-Berger, to include all its permutations.)
-Don’t Say No. Delete (not criminous)
ROSNAU, WENDY (ELIZABETH). 1955- .
ROSS, ALLAN CLUNIES. 1889-1946.
ROSS, ANNIE. Pseudonym of Anne Ross Muir, 1948- .
ROSS, EDWARD (NEIL). 1932-2010.
ROSS, H. WILLIAMSON
Beneath the Southern Stars. Patersons (Perth, Australia), 1943 [Australia]
ROSS, JoANN (ELIZABETH). 1946- .
ROSS, MILDRED (B.). 1922-2011.
ROSS, VICTOR (DAVID?). 1919-1979(?).
ROSSITER, PHYLLIS. 1938-2009.
ROTHROCK, KEN(NETH). Correct to: ROTHROCK, H. KEN. Probably Harley Kent Rothrock, 1939-1999.
ROTHROCK, HARLEY KENT. 1939-1999. See: H. Ken Rothrock.
ROUVIERE, HENRIETTA [HENRIETTA ROUVIERE MOSSE]. 1770(?)-1835(?).
ROWBOTHAM, DAVID (HAROLD). 1924-2010.
ROWE, ALICE E. John G(abriel) Rowe, 1873-1962(?).
ROWE, JOHN G(ABRIEL). 1873-1962(?).
ROWLAND, HENRY C(OTTRELL). Born in New York City; died in Washington D.C.; studied medicine at Yale School of Medicine and elsewhere; practiced medicine in New York City and abroad; special agent of Intelligence Department in WWI; built a schooner and used it to cruise about the world.
ROWLAND, LAURA JOH. 1953- . (Correcting birth date.)
ROWLATT, RICHARD. 1851(?)- .
Entranced with a Dream. [England]
ROWLEY, J(OHN) DE LA MARE (CLARK). 1889-1977.
ROYLE, PETER. 1934- .
ROYLES, NIGEL. 1940- .
ROYS, WILLIS E(MILE). ca.1865- . Last known living in Dover, New Jersey. (Correction.)
RUBEL, JAMES L(YON). Graduated from Harvard in 1917; served as a pilot in WWI; lived in Newport Beach, California during his writing life; used the pseudonyms Mason Macrae and Timothy Hayes as well as his own name for numerous westerns.
RUBIN, DANIEL N(ATHAN). 1892-1965. Born in Charleston, South Carolina; died in El Paso, Texas.
RUBOTTAM, WADE B. 1905-1997.
The Red Flowers of Death. [Jordan]
The Violent Dawn. [Middle East]
RUDDY, JOHN. -1995.
RUDNICK, PAUL. 1957- . (Correcting birth date.)
RUDORFF, RAYMOND. 1933-1992.
RUELL, PATRICK. Reginald (Charles) Hill, 1936-2012.
RUHENI, MWANGI. Pseudonym of Nicholas Muraguri, 1934- .
RUNDLE, ANNE (LAMB). 1920-1989.
RUNNING, (ELMER?) ARNOLD. 1918-2007(?).
RUNYAN, C(LAIR) F. 1919-2010.
RUNYON, CARROLL R(OBBINS), JR. 1935- . (Correcting birth date.)
RUNYON, CHARLES (WEST). Note: His CA entry wrongly identifies his death date as 1985.
RUNYON, POKE. Carroll R(obbins) Runyon, Jr., 1935- . (Correcting birth date.)
RUSH, WILLIAM (ASQUITH). 1948- . Add: born in London to U.S. Foreign Service parents; graduate in English of Colorado State University.
RUSHLOW, PHILIP (LEO). 1929-2011.
Mighty Hunters. [Mexico]
RUSSELL, A(RTHUR) J(AMES). 1885-1953. Born in Wroxall, Isle of Wight; died in Evesham, Worcestershire.
RUSSELL, MAJOR C(HARLES) E(DMUND). Born in Lewiston, Maine; living in Verona, New Jersey in 1942.
RUSSELL, DORA. 1830-1905(?).
RUSSELL, EARL LOUIS. 1922(?)-2004(?).
RUSSELL, JAY (S.)
Blood. [Los Angeles]
RUSSELL, JOSH(UA THOMAS). 1968- . (Correcting birth date.)
RUSSELL, LINDSAY. 1883-1964.
Foxes’ Moon. [England]
RUSSELL, RANDY (STEVEN). 1954- .
A Kingdom by Night. [London]
RUTHERFORD, (SAMUEL) AINSWORTH. 1877-1939.
RUTHERFORD, CECILE. Lived in Battle, Sussex, in the 1970s.
RUTHERFORD, CONSTANCE. 1887-1961.
RUTHERFORD, MERVYN (LESLIE). 1936-1985.
RUTLAND, LESLIE and KATHI BATES
The Spy Master. (2-act play.)
The Jewelled Cat. (Spelling correction.)
RUTLEY, C(ECIL) BERNARD. 1888-1956.
RYAN, CHARLES (WENDELL). 1933- . (Correcting birth date.)
RYAN, CHRIS. Pseudonym of Colin Armstrong, 1961- . Born in Rowlands Gill, Durham, England.
Speed 2: Cruise Control. Harper pb, 1997 (Novelization of film: TCF, 1997; scw: Randall McCormick, Jeff Nathanson; dir: Jan de Bont.)
RYAN, GEORGE E. 1918-2009.
RYAN, JIM. Combine the two entries under RYAN, JIM. 1929- . Born in Ingham, Queensland, Australia; was a stock inspector with the Department of Agriculture and Stock.
An Aussie Pledge. Oracle (Australia), 2000 [Australia]
Bloody Bossy. Add [past]
Delayed Verdict. Oracle (Australia), 1999 [Australia, past]
RYAN, JOHN (GERALD CHRISTOPHER). 1921-2009.
RYAN, LAWRIE [SYDNEY LAWRENCE RYAN]. (Giving name in full.)
RYAN, LOFTUS A. 1866-1918.
RYAN, R. R. Add pseudonym: Noel Despard, q.v.
RYAN, (MICHAEL) SHAWN
-Nocturnes. PB, 1995 [Romania]
Death Never Sleeps. [New York] (Setting correction.)
RYAN, THOMAS J(OSEPH). 1942- . (Deleting death date.)
The Adolescence of P-1. TV movie: CBC, 1984, as Hide and Seek (scw: Barry Wexler; dir: Rene Bonniere)
RYDING, MARGARET [MARGARET RYDING BAILWARD]. 1920-2005. Born in Preston, Lancashire; died in Southampton, Hampshire.
RYLANCE, FRANCIS B(RIAN). 1929- .
RYLAND, CLIVE. Clive Ryland Priestley, 1892-1973.
Monday Never Came. Add SC: Supt. Anthony Winslow
SABATO, ERNESTO R. 1911-2011.
SABELBERG, W(ILLIAM) M. 1874-1952.
SABIN, J(AMES) BOWER. ca.1867(?)-1954.
SACERDOTE, G(IACOMO MAURIZIO). 1929- . (Corrected full name and birth date.) Born in Italy; lived in Peru until 1976 and then in England; graduate of Stanford University in electrical engineering.
SADDLER, K. ALLAN. Ronald Charles William Richards, 1923-2011. Freelance theatre critic; author of plays for stage and radio, and children’s books.
SADLER, ADAM. 1894(?)-1940(?).
SADLER, JEFF [GEOFFREY WILLIS SADLER]. 1942-2005.
SAFRONI-MIDDLETON, A(RNOLD). Pseudonym/professional name of George Arnold Hayes Middleton, 1873-1950. (Correction.)
SAGE, WILLIAM. 1864-1946. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire. (Correction.)
SAGER, GORDON. 1915-1991. (Deleting question marks.)
Dead Scared Lady. Action Comics (Sydney), 1950s
Lady in Hazard. (Spelling correction.)
ST. AUBYN, F(RANK) [FRANCIS PERRY R. ST. AUBYN?]. 1859-1940(?).
The Secret of the Retreat. Drane (London), 1908
ST. CLAIR, MIKE. Norman Retchin, 1919-1971. (Correction.)
ST. CLEMENT, J.
A Paper-Basket. Correct publisher to: James Chesson (Bombay)
ST. DENNIS, MADELON. 1884- . Born in Massachusetts.
ST. GEORGE, E(LIZABETH) A(NN). 1937-2008.
ST. IVEN, W. William (Arthur?) Stiven, 1863(?)-1932(?).
ST. JOHN, DARBY. Pseudonym of Elizabeth Beatrice Bateson Redlich, 1909-1955. New biographical sketch: Born in Wisconsin; studied at the University of Wisconsin and University of Chicago; died in Los Angeles; a composer.
ST. JOHN-LOE, GLADYS (EVELYN MAGSON). 1892-1977.
ST. KEELDARE, CARMEN. Pseudonym of Peter Whitehead, 1937- , q.v.
The Booker Prize Fix. SC: Milton Crookshank
ST. LEGER, WARHAM. 1850-1921.
SALCIDO, CRAIG. 1946(?)- .
SALEN, BRUCE (NEAL). 1944-2011.
SALIH, AL-TAYYIB. 1929-2009.
-Season of Migration to the North. (Adding the dash.)
SALINGER, SHARON SINGER. 1951- . (Correcting the birth date.)
SALINGER, STEVEN D. 1942-2004. (Correcting the birth date.)
SALK, MARY JANE. 1945- . (Correcting the birth date.)
SALKELD, MICHAEL. 1863(?)-1947(?).
SALVAGE, NORMAN (F.?). 1941(?)- .
SALWEY, REGINALD E(RNEST). 1852-1937.
SAMPSON, GEORGE (RICHARD). 1916-1982(?).
The Murdered Cliche. [England]
SAMUELSON, CHARMAYNE PELT. 1949- . (Correcting the birth date.)
SANBORN, ALVAN FRANCIS. 1866-1966.
SANCHEZ-LOPEZ, MANUEL. 1922(?)-2008(?).
SAND, RICHARD. 1943- .
SANDERSON, AVERIL D. [AVERIL DOROTHY NICHOLL SANDERSON FURNISS], 1873-1962. (Correction.)
SANDFORD, KEN(NETH LESLIE). 1914-2005.
SANDS, JoANN. 1944- .
SANDSTROM, FLORA. Flora Wainwright, 1902(?)-1979(?).
Michael Carmichael. [West]
SANDYS, SYDNEY (REGINALD FULLER?). 1879(?)-1951(?).
SANFORD, (R.) JEROME. 1941- .
SAPTE, WILLIAM. ca.1820-1906.
SARGENT, H(ERBERT) C(HARLES). 1873-1962.
SARL, ARTHUR J. 1880-1946.
SAUNDERS, CLARE CASLER. 1900-1986. (Show name thus.) Native of Albion, Wisconsin, and graduate of University of Wisconsin.
SAUNDERS, MONTAGU. 1866(?)-1934(?).
SAVAGE, (DONALD) ERNEST. 1918-2011.
Slate and Wyn and Blanche McBride. Delete 3-act play (the book is a novel)
SAVAGE, JUANITA. Pseudonym.
SAVAGE, MIKE [MICHAEL]. 1951- .
SAVAGE, RICHARD. Pseudonym of Ray Sinclair-Wood, 1913- . Other pseudonym: Rann Savic, q.v.
SAVI, GERALD B(ARTON). 1889-1976.
SAVIC, RANN. Pseudonym of Ray Sinclair-Wood, 1913- . Other pseudonym: Richard Savage, q.v.
SAVILE, CHARLES STUART
Beating to Windward; or, Light and Shadow. (Title correction.) Newby (London), 1866 (Publisher correction.)
SAVILE, FRANK (H. MacKENZIE). 1866-1950.
SAVILLE, RAY. Delete rest of full name and birth date.
The Seventh Daughter. [Manchester]
SAWYER, DIANE (W.). 1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
SAWYER, THURMAN (SPURGEON). 1976- .
SAXBY, C. F. ARGYLL. ca.1870- .
SAXBY, CHARLES. Lived in the Los Angeles area in the late 1930s.
SAYER, PAUL. 1951- .
SCADUTO, ANTHONY. Delete the dates.
SCAIFE, ARTHUR HODGKIN. 1855-1934.
SCALES, PETER B.
Mark of the Raven. [Canada]
SCAMMELL, HENRY (F.). 1933-2006.
Double Entry. Stagewrite, 1990 (Play.)
SCANLON, D. Correct to: SCANLON, DAVE. All titles are British editions of U.S. pulp magazine stories published under the house name C. K. M. Scanlon.
Snatch. Add U.S. edition: Adventure House, 2005
SCANNELL, VERNON. Add: took the name Vernon Scannell while on the run as a deserter after WWII, and married once or twice under this name.
SCHANKER, D(AVID) R(AY). 1954-2010. (Correcting birth date.) SC: Nora Lumsey, in ”A Criminal Appeal” and subsequent novel(s).
SCHECHTER, ELI. Correct to: SHEKHTER, ELI.
SCHIFFER, JAMES M(ARC). Susan (L.) Schiffer, 1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
SCHIFFER, SUSAN (L.).1939- . (Correcting birth date.)
SCHINKE, NORMA S. 1894-1978. (Deleting question marks.)
SCHOCH, TIMOTHY A. 1949- . Pseudonym: T. A. Schock, q.v.
SCHOCK, T. A. Pseudonym of Timothy A. Schoch, 1949- .
Deadpan. [Long Island]
SCHOLES, R. SEBRIGHT
-Marion; or, The Mystery of Robesdale. (Title correction.) [future]
SCHOLTEN, JENNY [JENNIFER L. SCHOLTEN]. (Giving name in full.)
SCHRYER, LORI. 1958- . (Correcting birth date.)
SCHULER, FRANK A. 1908-1996. (Deleting question marks.)
SCHWARTZ, ALVIN. 1916-2011. (Correcting death date.) A comic book writer. Pseudonym: Robert W. Tracy, q.v.
SCHWARTZ, ELIZABETH A. Correct to: SCHWARTZ, ELIZABETH MAUL. 1943- .
SCHWARTZ, ELROY. 1923- . (Correcting birth date.)
SCHWARTZ, IRWIN (STUART). 1943- .
SCHWARTZ, SHEILA (RUTH). 1926- . (Correcting birth date.)
SCHWARTZ, TED. The byline should be Ted Schwarz, but it’s not clear that a book titled “Set for Death” was actually published.
SCHWARZ, BOB. Pseudonym.
SCOBELL, SAMUEL. Correct to: SCOBEL, REV. SAMUEL. Pseudonym.
SCORPIO, JAMES. Pseudonym of James G. Whitworth, 1936- . Born in Nottingham, England; did national service fighting in Malaya; trained as a psychiatric nurse; became a laboratory analytical technician; emigrated to Australia and became a Scientific Technical Officer at Charles Sturt University, then a soil tester for the New South Wales Conservation Service.
SCOTT, LADY A(IMEE BYNG HALL). 1868-1953. Born Amy/Aimee Byng-Hall in West Bengal, India; married Major General Arthur Scott in 1894; died in Kensington, London.
SCOTT, CHRIS(TOPHER J.). (Giving name more fully.)
SCOTT, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Elizabeth Felicity Hargreaves Capstick, 1917-2001.
SCOTT, G(EORGE HENRY) FIRTH. 1862-1935. Born in Golspie, County Sutherland, Scotland; went to Australia and worked as a journalist for newspapers; returned to England and died in Surrey; author of many novels and non-fiction works.
SCOTT, GEORGE. SC: Will Stock, in “The Bloody Bokhara” and subsequent novel(s).
SCOTT, JOHN REED. 1869-1942.
SCOTT, (JARVIS) MANSFIELD. 1897-1950. Born in Massachusetts; attended Harvard for a year; served in World War II; probably died in Maine, where he was buried.
SCOTT, MARGERIE. A Canadian living in England in the 1960s.
SCOTT, MARTIN. 1956- . SC: Thraxas, in all titles, as a private eye in a fantasy world.
Thraxas. Orbit pb (London), 1999; Baen, 2003. (Note: The U.S. edition also includes Thraxas and the Warrior Monks, q.v.)
Thraxas and the Warrior Monks. Orbit pb (London), 1999
Thraxas at the Races. Orbit pb (London), 1999
Thraxas and the Elvish Isles. Orbit pb (London), 2000
SCOTT, MARY SEMPLE. 1873- .
SCOTT, META C.
-Benjamin’s Sack. [England]
The Big Haul. Action Comics (Sydney), 1950s
SCOTT, MIKE [MICHAEL JAMES SCOTT]. 1943-2008.
SCOTT, MORGAN. Pseudonym of William George Patten, 1866-1945. Other pseudonym: Burt L. Standish, q.v.
SCOTT, N. M. 1953- .
SCOTT, NIGEL. 1953- .
SCOTT, RALPH. George Scott Atkinson, 1899-1983.
SCOTT, SANDEE [SANDRA LEE SCOTT ARCHER]. 1946- .
SCOTT, WINIFRED MAY. 1889(?)-1973(?).
SCOTT-CHARD, T(REVOR) E(DWIN). 1912-1987.
SCOTT-MALDEN, SARAH. ca.1957- .
SCOTTER, JOHN. Pseudonym of J. Owen, an Englishman working in Portugal. (Delete the dates.)
SCOTTI, RITA A. 1943-2010.
The Fortune Filly. Add U.S. edition: Luce, 1907 [England]
SCREVEN, PATRICIA [PATRICIA SCREVEN TRIMM, 1929-2001]. Born in Georgia; lived in Atlanta; died in Stockbridge, Georgia.
Hack Robertson, Private Detective. (A screenplay.)
SCULLION, HUGH (STEELE). 1944- . Born in Dundee, Scotland.
SEAFARER. C(larence) Hedley Barker, 1894-1970.
SEALE, C(EDRIC) S(TEPHEN) ST. BRELAIDE. 1895-1959.
SEALEY, KENN. 1954- .
SEARLE, RONALD (WILLIAM FORDHAM). 1920-2011.
Back to the Slaughterhouse. Macdonald (London), 1951 [England]
The Terror of St. Trinians. Parrish (London), 1952 [England]
SEAWARD, BELINDA. Pseudonym of Belinda J. Seward.
SEAY, JAMES L. 1931- . (Correcting birth date and deleting CA reference.)
SEELEY, ED., JR. (Show byline thus.)
SEGAL, ALAN F(RANKLIN). 1945-2011. (Note: This information applies to a Jewish scholar whose CA entry makes no mention of the book co-authored by an Alan F. Segal with a Dan Segal.)
SEGAL, KATHRIN KING. Birth name Katherine King Siegel, married name Kaplan.
SEIGRIST, HARRY. 1931(?)- .
SEKIKAWA, NATSUO. Pseudonym of Tetso Hayakawa, 1949- .
SELLAR, MAURICE. 1930- .
SELLARS, M(URVEL) R(USSELL, JR.). (Correcting first name spelling.)
SELLERS, ALEXANDRA. 1958- .
SELMAN, ROBERT. 1915(?)-1982(?). (Changing possible death date.)
SELOUS, BERTHA. 1885-1955. Born in Switzerland, died in Berkshire, England.
-My Lord Lucifer. [England, 1500s]
SELWYN, BEATRICE (E.?). ca.1872(?)-1945(?)
SEMPHILL, ERNEST. Correct to: SEMPILL, ERNEST. ca.1862-ca.1909.
SERJEANT, CONSTANCIA [CONSTANTIA REBECCA STEPHANA SERJEANT]. 1859-1932.
SERRESTER, LEONARD [BERNARD LEONARD SERRESTER, M.D.]
SETON, BASIL K. 1858(?)-1946(?).
SEVERN, RICHARD. Robert John W. Ebbs, 1926-1999. Born in Sevenoaks; died in Derby, England.
SEVILLE, MARJORIE. 1894(?)-1980(?).
SEWARD, BELINDA J. Pseudonym: Belinda Seaward, q.v.
SEWARD, JACK. 1924-2010.
SEWELL, BYRON W. 1942- .
SEYMOUR, MALCOLM. 1944- .
SHAFER, CONNIE [CONNIE SHAFER HELMLINGER]. 1966- .
SHAFFER, ERVIN ADAM. 1886-1964. (Correction.)
SHAFFER, JACK C. 1928- . (Deleting death date.)
SHAFFER, JIM. 1936(?)- .
SHAFFER, NAN. Correct to: SHAFFER, IVAN. 1928- .
SHAKESPEARE, L(ESLEY) M(ARGUERITE) [LESLEY MARGUERITE SHAKESPEARE EVERS]. 1937- . Born in Wales; graduate in English Literature from Newnham College, Cambridge; clothing designer and writer.
SHAMIS, GIORA. ca.1939- .
SHANER, JOHN (HERMAN). 1932- . (Correcting birth date.)
SHANK, HOWARD (C.). 1921-2008.
SHANN, B(ASIL) V(INCENT). 1882-1955.
SHANNON, (JOHN) ALASTSAIR. 1894-1982.
SHANNON, BARRY. Pseudonym of James Broward Mayo, Jr., 1940-2007.
A Sharp Intake of Death. (Title correction.)
SHANNON, ROBERT TERRY. 1895-1850. Born in Missouri; died in Los Angeles.
SHANNON, W(ILLIAM) F(RY). 1869-1920.
SHAPLEIGH, MARY YALE [MRS. HERBERT D. HEATHFIELD]. 1873-1937. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, married a Boston banker; they went to France when he retired and he died there; she lived her last 5 years in New York City, and was buried in the historic cemetery Mt. Auburn, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
SHARKEY, W(ILLIAM) J(AMES). 1879-1950.
SHARP, ALLEN (W.). 1940(?)- .
SHARP, (JAMES GEORGE) DAVID. 1889-1954.
SHARTS, JOSEPH (WILLIAM). 1875-1965. Born in Hamilton, Ohio; graduate of Harvard; practiced law in Dayton, Ohio.
SHAW, FLOYD. Marijane Hayes, 1920-1991.
SHAW, LOU. Creator of television show Quincy and writer/producer of television shows McCloud, Colombo, Maude, The Smothers Brothers and The Fall Guys.
Honor Thy Son. [Los Angeles]
SHAW, P(ATRICIA) B. (Note: A second novel, “The Water Cannibals,” featuring the same character, Lt. Abe Rainfinch, was announced for January 1997 publication, but no sign that it was actually published has been found.)
SHAW, (VERONICA) PATRICIA. 1928- . Correct to: Shaw, Patricia. An artist in Oklahoma.
SHAW, REBECCA. Pseudonym of Shirley Patricia Longstaff Crawshaw, 1931- .
Angel of Death. [London]
SHAW, (FREDERICK) STANLEY. 1870-1935. Born and died in Boston.
SHAW-TAYLOR, DOROTHY. 1902-1984.
SHAYNE, MAGGIE. Margaret S. Benson, 1962- .
SHEA, JOHN D. 1857(?)-1928(?).
SHEA, SHIRLEY. 1924-1997.
SHEBAN, JOSEPH. 1909(?)-1979(?)
The Lost Diary. [Ohio]
SHEEHAN, MICHAEL (J.). (Deleting middle name.)
SHEEHAN, NANCY. 1927-1996. (Deleting question mark.)
SHEELEY, STUART L. 1934-2002.
SHEFLER, HARRY F(REDERICK). 1892(?)-1959(?).
SHEIL, TIMOTHY FRANCIS. 1948- . (Correcting the birth date.)
SHEINKOPF, BARRY (N.). 1942- . (Correcting the birth date.)
-This Far from Paradise. Bantam, 1988
SHELDON, CHARLIE [CHARLES]. 1947- .
SHELDON, DYAN. Ref: CA.
SHELDON, MRS. GEORGIE. Sara Elizabeth Forbush Downs, 1843-1926.
SHELDON, WALTER J(AMES)
The Devil’s Box, as by Walt Sheldon. (Correcting title and byline.)
SHELLEY, SIDNEY (JOSEPH). 1921-2010(?).
SHELTON, (RAYMOND) GENE. 1939- .
Stiff Competition. [England]
SHELTUS,JOHN ASHLEY. 1929-2008.
SHEPARD, JOHN. Add pseudonym: Clint Reno, q.v.
SHEPHERD, (ROBERT A.) ERIC. 1892- . Born in Reading, England, the son of the minister Ambrose Shephrd; educated at Christ Church College, Oxford; Professor of English Literature for a few years in Malta after WWI.
SHEPPARD, MRS. EDWIN [LYDIA H. SHEPPARD]. 1841- .
SHEPPARD, ROBERT. 1946- .
SHERBURNE, JAMES (ROBERT). 1925-2011.
SHERIDAN, D(OLORES) S. A “transpersonal psychotherapist”.
Strange Fruit. [London, Dublin]
Shot!; or, The Ghost’s Seat at Deymont. [England]
SHERIDAN, SOL(OMON) N(EILL). 1859-1936. Born in St. Joseph, Missouri; died in Ventura, California; newspaper editor.
SHERLOCK, A(LAN) B(YRON). 1900-1966. Born and died in New South Wales, Australia.
-Galleon Treasure. [Solomon Islands]
SHERLOCK, CHRISTOPHER. Born in Britain; emigrated to South Africa as a school boy.
SHERMAN, JOEL HENRY
-Corpseman. Del Rey pb, 1988 [space]
SHERMAN, ROBERT J. 1889-1939. Actor and playwright; born and died in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania.
SHIELDS, DINAH (JANE). 1954- .
SHIMAZAKI, AKI. 1954- .
SHINN, JOYCE G. Born Joyce G. Warr in West Ham, England.
SHORE, VIOLA BROTHERS [VIOLA BROTHERS SHORE BRAXTON GLEICHMAN]. Born in New York City, daughter of a surgeon; attended New York University; author of poetry, biography, stories and articles, silent movie titles and original stories for motion pictures; died in New York City.
SHORTELL, L(ESLIE) T. 1908-1948.
SHROG, J. M. Correct to: SHROG, JIM. Pseudonym of Rev. G. Taggart.
SHUB, JOYCE L(ASKY) [JOYCE LASKY SHUB REED]. 1934-2010. (Correcting birth date.) Add: born in New York City; graduate of Barnard College; was a special adviser in the State Department in the 1980s; founder of the Faberge Arts Foundation, to which she devoted the last 20 years of her life.
SHUMATE, HAROLD (MILLER). Screenwriter. (Adding middle name.)
SHYMANSKY, LES(ZEK). 1933- .
SIBLY, JOHN. 1920-1979(?).
SIBSON, FRANCIS H(ENRY). 1899-1972.
SICKELMORE, RICHARD. ca.1780-184?
SIDGWICK, MRS. ALFRED [CECILY WILHELMINE ULLMANN SIDGWICK]. 1854-1934. (Correcting maiden name spelling and birth date.)
SIDGWICK, CECILY (WILHELMINE ULLMANN). 1854-1934. (Correcting maiden name spelling and birth date.)
SIEBERT, STEVEN (JESSE). 1946- .
-Cleopatra’s Needle. [New York City] (Setting correction.)
SIEGEL, ROBERT ANTHONY. 1962- . (Correcting birth date.)
SILVER, RAE. ca.1984- . (Correcting birth date.)
SIMMAT, RUDOLPH. 1905-1978(?). Born in New South Wales, Australia (birth listed as Rudolf Simmat); married in England in 1939, then back to Australia in 1948.
SIMMONDS, RALPH. 1889-1967. Journalist for the Melbourne Herald; born in London, went to Australia in 1914, and died in Maldon, Australia.
Saint and Cynic. (Deleting the dash.) [London]
SIMMONS, JON [JOHN MARK SIMMONS]. 1968- .
Tide. Minerva pb, 2000 [Australia]
SIMON, JAY E(DWARD). 1979- . (Corrections.)
SIMONS, RAYANNA (METZ). 1922-2011.
SIMONSEN, SIGURD JAY. 1891-1957. Born and died in Minnesota.
SIMPSON, (MARTIN) BLAND. (Adding first name.)
SIMPSON, COLIN. 1914- . (Correcting the birth date.)
SIMPSON, MARCIA (S.). 1935-2006.
SIMPSON, RONALD. Ronald Sugden Tilley, 1905-1978. (Corrections.) Born in Camberwell, England; died in New York City.
SIMPSON, SPENCER. 1898(?)-1958(?).
SINCLAIR, DANI. Patricia Ann Gagne, 1949- .
SINCLAIR, FRANCIS. 1834-1915.
SINCLAIR-WOOD, RAY. 1913- . Pseudonyms: Richard Savage, Rann Savic, qq.v.
SINGER, SALLY M. 1930- . (Deleting death date.)
SINGLETON, FRANK. 1909-1978.
SINGLETON, JAMES R(EAD). 1944- .
SINTON, ELLIOTT. Correct to: SINTON, ELLIOT
SITWELL, S(IDNEY) M(ARY). ca.1839-1908.
SIVANANDAN, AMBALAVANER. 1923- .
SKELCHER, BARRIE. 1932- .
SKILLMAN, PHIL(IP?). 1845(?)- .
SKILLMAN, TRISH [PATRICIA] MACDONALD. (Adding given first name.)
SKINNER, GEORGE WALLACE. 1883-1969. Born in New York City; living in Flint, Michigan, in the 1930s; died in Weidman, Michigan.
SKOTTOWE, C(OULSON) F(REDERICK) J(OSEPH). ca.1826- . Born in Ireland; an Colonel in the Indian Army; living in Herefordshire in 1871 and in 1901 living on Guernsey, Channel Islands, where he may have died. (Changing birth date.)
SKVORECKY, JOSEF (VACLAV). 1924-2012.
SLADE, MARCUS. 1847(?)-1904(?).
SLADEN-SMITH, FRANCIS. 1886-1955.
Black Maria M.A. [New York City]
SLATER, W. H.
-The Courage of the Outcast. Ward Lock, 1928
-A Near Thing. Ward Lock, 1928
SLEAR, (MARY) GENEVIEVE. 1914-1997.
Perilous Homecoming. [Michigan]
SLEE, RICHARD (M.). 1867-1945.
SLIGH, NIGEL (ARCHIBALD). 1905-1972.
SLOAN, ANNE (HULME). 1941- .
SLOAN, BILL [WILLIAM EVERED SLOAN III]. (Adding middle name.)
SLOAN, CHRISTOPHER. Vincent S. Lupiano, 1940- .
SLOANE, BEN. Stephen R(obert) Cox, 1951- .
SLOANE, KIT [CHRISTOPHER ANN SLOANE]. 1940- .
SMALLEY, E(LIZABETH SARAH?). 1917(?)-2001(?).
SMART, ROBERT (LOUIS). 1961- .
SMEDMAN, LISA. 1959- .
SMILEY, VIRGINIA (KESTER). 1923-2011.
SMITH, ADDISON GEERY. 1900-1967. (Deleting question mark.) Born in Chicago; graduated from Yale in 1923; instructor in English and later headmaster at Church Farm School, Glen Lock, Pennsylvania.
SMITH, ALAN. 1947- .
SMITH, B(RAD) J.
One-Eyed Jacks. Add 
SMITH, C. I. D. Pseudonym.
SMITH, (ALEXANDER) CLARK. 1919-2007.
SMITH, CONSTANCE ISABEL. 1894-1972.
SMITH, D(ENIS) O. (Correcting first name spelling.)
SMITH, DAVID S(TEPHEN). 1942- .
SMITH, DEREK (HOWE). 1926-2002. (Correcting death date.)
SMITH, DONALD (DeWITT). 1921-2011. Born in Burley, Idaho; served in the Air Force 1942-1945; earned masters and doctorate degrees in psychology from the University of Southern California; taught psychology at various institutions, ending at Boise State University 1967-1983; poet and author of two suspense novels (one post-2000). (Entry for the author of “Under Cover of Darkness.”)
SMITH, DOROTHY WHITEHILL. 1893-1956.
SMITH, FRANCIS McKELDEN. Pseudonym of Francis N. Smith, 1887-1974. Born in Washington D.C.; educated at Rugby Military Academy in New York City and Friends School and George Washington University in Washington D.C.; moved to Bristol, Maine around 1946 where he farmed and taught school; died in Bristol.
Trial by Fire. [California] (Setting correction.)
SMITH, FRANCIS N. 1887-1974. Pseudonym: Francis McKelden Smith, q.v.
SMITH, FREDERICK M(ILLER). 1870-1954. Novelist, short story writer, essayist; editor of “Woman’s Home Companion”; taught English at Cornell beginning in 1910.
Hick-Town Murder. [Colorado]
SMITH, HENRY EVERARD. 1888-ca.1957.
SMITH, HERBERT GREENHOUGH. 1855-1935.
SMITH, JACK NICKLE
SMITH, JANICE DAVIS. 1960- .
SMITH, JEFFREY K(ENT). 1960- . Born in Enterprise, Alabama; has medical degrees from the University of Alabama; completed residency at William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute; in private practice in South Carolina.
SMITH, JOANNE T. ca.1964- .
SMITH, JOHN (TEMPLETON). SC: John Winter = JW.
Saigon Express. JW
White Lie. JW
SMITH, KARLINE. 1965- .
SMITH, MARC P. 1934-2011.
SMITH, MURRAY (CHARLES MAURICE). Correct to: SMITH, (GEORGE DAVID) MURRAY. 1940-2003. Creator and writer of British television series.
SMITH, NELS(ON M.) 1936- .
SMITH, RICHARD E(YER). 1945- .
SMITH, (ERIC) SPENSER (BELL). 1909-1969. Born in Meriden, Warwickshire, England; emigrated to New Zealand and thence to Australia, where he died in Sydney; a journalist as Eric Bell-Smith. (Corrected entry.)
The Survivor. [England]
SMITH, SYDNEY WALLACE. 1908-1985. Pseudonym: Gordon Brodie, q.v. (Correction of spelling of Smith’s first name.)
SMITH, TIMA. 1945- .
SMITH, YORK, Delete tentative middle name and birth date.
SMITH-LEVIN, JUDITH. 1946-2009.
SMITHERS, (ALAN) JACK. 1919-2006.
SMOLEN, HELEN ROSE. 1943- . Pseudonym: Helen Rose, q.v.
It Wasn’t Me! [Belfast, Jersey, England]
SNELL, EDMUND. 1889-1972.
SNELL, MINA SLOANE. 1876-1953.
SNYDER, CHARLES M(cCOY). 1859-1913.
SNYDER, KIM (MORRIS). 1947- .
SNYDER, LEONARD (M.). 1912(?)-1977(?). Add: educated at the University of Oklahoma; a Navy public relations man, later living in New York City; magazine writer and writer’s coach; conducted courses in magazine writing.
SOARES, JO [JOSE EUGENIO SOARES]. (Giving name in full.
SOARES, RAE. 1888(?)- .
SODERBERG, DALE L(EROY). 1929-2010.
SOHLAND, ALFRED (F.). 1872-1956.
SOLE, LINDA (M.). 1942- . Ref: CA. Born Linda M. Ireland in Wiltshire; married Graham E. Sole in Cambridgeshire.
The Shadow Players. [England]
SOMERS, MARK. 1879(?)-1950(?).
The Broken Jigsaw. Also published as by Andrew Garve: Fontana, 1966
SOMERVILL, J(OHN) W(ILLIAM). 1939- .
SOMERVILLE, IVAN (SHAW?). 1875(?)-1965(?).
SOMMERFIELD, JOHN. 1908-1991.
-Trouble in Porter Street. [London] (Adding the dash.)
SOUTH, MARSHAL. 1889-1948. (Show name/date thus.) Born Roy Bennett Richards in Gelenelg, near Adelaide, Australia; came to the U.S. in 1908 with his mother and brother, settling in Oceanside, California; began using Marshal South for his writings in 1912 and it apparently became his adopted/legal name, under which his marriages, census records and WWII draft registration are listed. (His second wife Tanya is listed in social security death records as Tanya South and his first son as Marshal L. South Jr.) Author of 8 novels (none published in the U.S.), over 50 poems, short stories and essays and many Desert Magazine articles; lived latterly in a self-constructed house on “Ghost Mountain” in the California desert.
SOUTHERLAND, KATHERINE V(IRDEN). 1892-1955. (Correcting the dates.)
SOUTHON, ARTHUR E(USTACE). 1877-1965.
SPAFFORD, JERRY [GERALD MANSFIELD SPAFFORD]. 1920-2011.
SPANG, MICHAEL GRUNDT. 1931-2003.
SPARHAWK, FRANCES CAMPBELL. 1847-1930.
SPARKS, CHRISTINE [CHRISTINE SPARKS FIOROTTO]. 1942(?)- .
SPARKS, TOM (J.). 1948- .
SPEAR, JOHN W(OOD?). ca.1818(?)-1894(?).
SPECTOR, WARREN. 1955- .
SPENCER, CLAIRE [CLAIRE J. SPENCER SMITH EVANS]. 1895-1987. (Corrections.) Add: came to the U.S. in 1918; died in Brooksville, Maine.
The Island. Smith & Haas, 1935 [Scotland]
The Quick and the Dead. Smith, 1932
Cross Section. Horwitz, 1966 (Correcting publication date.)
SPENCER, MARY [MARY SPENCER LIMING]. (Correcting married name.)
SPENCER, RICK [RICHARD M. SPENCER]. 1951- . Creative manager for NBC Universal; novelist, creator of an audio publishing company; film writer/producer/director.
SPENCER, ROLAND. Geoffrey Roland Spencer Prout, 1894-1960.
SPERINCK, JIM [JAMES]. 1931-2006.
SPERRY, RAYMOND. Pseudonym of Howard R(oger) Garis, 1873-1962, q.v.
SPICER, BETTY COE. 1913-1994. (Deleting question marks.)
SPICER, DOROTHY (GLADYS) [DOROTHY GLADYS SPICER FRASER]. 1893-1975. (Correcting birth date.) Born on Staten Island, New York; died in White Plains, New York; some records show her as Gladys Spicer Fraser.
SPIERS, HETTY. 1881-1959(?).
SPILKEN, ARON (ZELIG). 1939-2003.
Burning Moon. [Wyoming]
SPONDEE. Probably a pseudonym of Doris Caroline Abrahams, 1901-1982. Other pseudonym: Caryl Abrams, q.v.
SPRINGER, BOB [ROBERT RUSTON SPRINGER, SR.]. 1909-1986. Born in Tennessee; died in Georgia.
SPRINGER, CHARLOTTE (TOWNSEND). 1915-1995. (Deleting question marks.)
SPRINGER, JAN. 1960- .
SPRINGER, JEAN. 1933-2007. Died in Elkhart, Indiana.
SPRINGFIELD, LINCOLN. 1865-1950. Born in West Ham, England; journalist in London; died in Salisbury, then Southern Rhodesia..
SPRINGS, JOHN (B.), III. Last known (2006) to be homeless in New York City.
SPROTT, HELEN (C.?). ca.1866(?)-1939(?).
SPROUL, KATHLEEN (J. SCHNEPPER). 1903-1977. (Deleting question marks.) Born in Huron, South Dakota (one source says in 1901); graduate of the University of Minnesota; died in Lexington, Massachusetts.
SPRY, THEODORE JAMES. 1898-1955.
SPURGEON, DOUGLAS W(ILLIAM). 1894-1950.
STACEY, (HAROLD CHARLES) BARNARD. 1889-1973. Born in London; died in Newton Abbot, Devonshire.
STAFFORD, MARJORIE [MARJORIE STAFFORD VAES]. 1890- . Born in San Francisco.
STAGGS, SAM. 1944- .
STAIG, LAURENCE (F.). 1950- .
STAINTON, AUDREY. Audrey Stainton Barry Nohra, 1926-2011. Died in Palombara Sabina, Italy.
STALL, MIKE. David Michael Heptonstall. 1943- .
STALLINGS, (GILBERT) THORNE. 1939-2002.
STALLSMITH, AUDREY (D.). (Show name thus.)
STAMM, RUSSELL (ARTHUR). 1915-1969.
STAMPER, JOSEPH (THOMAS). 1886-1974.
STANDEN, WILLIAM THOMAS. 1852-1907.
STANDISH, BURT L. Add pseudonym: Morgan Scott, q.v.
STANLEY, DONALD. 1925-2011.
The Ivory God. Correct to: The Ivory Seal. [Japan]
STANLEY, (FREDERICK) JACKSON. 1914-1974.
STANLEY, WINIFRED. 1847(?)-1916(?).
STEELE, JACK. Pseudonym of Philip Verrill Mighels, 1869-1912. Born in Carson City, Nevada; admitted to the bar at age 21 but drifted into literature, reporting for the San Francisco Chronicle before moving to New York; published more than a dozen books, numerous short stories and articles; died in Winnemucca, Nevada.
A Husband by Proxy. Fitzgerald, 1909; Ward Lock, 1910 [New York City]
STEPHENS, A(LFRED) G(EORGE). 1865-1933. See: Albert Dorrington, 1870-1953.
STEPHENS, HENRY POTTINGER. Warham St. Leger, 1850-1921.
STEUART, GLEN. Lillian May (Anderson) Robertson, 1889-1984. (Corrected dates.)STEWART, MARIAH. Marti Robb, 1946- .
STICKLAND, MARGUERITE E. (Note: Her death was registered under her married name, Barlow.)
STIVEN, WILLIAM (ARTHUR?). 1863(?)-1932(?).
STONEHAM, C(HARLES) THURLEY. 1895-196?. Born in India; probably died in Kenya, where he lived for many years. (Correction of birth place.)
STOUT, E(THEL) ALMAZ. 1871-1946. Died in Kensington, London.
STRINGER, ARTHUR (JOHN ARBUTHNOTT)
Manhandled, with Russell Holman. Add British edition: Hutchinson, 1925
STUART, ALAN. Archibald John Wightman, 1908-1985. (Correction of last name.) Born in Edinburgh; was deputy Director of Textiles in Bengal; died in Scotland.
Sandscreen. Correct British edition to: Lythway pb, 1991
STURDY, JOHN RHODES. Born in Montreal; a reporter in Chicago and Montreal; a public relations official for the Canadian Pacific Railway; served in the Royal Canadian Navy; also a Hollywood scriptwriter.
Marshall Mars. [California]
SUTCLIFFE, (HENRY JAMES) HALLIWELL. (Giving name in full.)
TACK, ALFRED. Birth name: Manuel Tack; later Alfred Manuel Tack; then Alfred Tack.
TAGGART, REV. G. Pseudonym: Jim Shrog, q.v.
The Cherrycake Death. (Note: The book was apparently “recalled for legal reasons,” which explains the scarcity of copies.)
The Donor. [England]
Brat Farrar. Film: Hammer, 1963, as Paranoiac (scw: Jimmy Sangster; dir: Freddie Francis.)
The Mini-Skirt Murders. [England]
THOMPSON, CHARLES JOHN SAMUEL. 1862-1943. Pseudonym: Treve Roscoe, q.v.
THOMPSON, GRACE ELSIE. 1889-1975. (Corrected birth date.)
THORNE, E(RNEST) P(OLLETT)
Chinese Poker. Correct publication date to: 1964
Lady with a Gun. [North Africa]
TILLEY, RONALD SUGDEN. 1905-1978. (Corrections.)
TOWNSEND, LARRY [MICHAEL LAWRENCE TOWNSEND]. 1930-2008. (Corrections.)
TRACY, ROBERT W. Pseudonym of Alvin Schwartz, 1916-2011, q.v.
Sword of Desire. Arco (New York), 1952
TRENT, MARTHA. Dorothy Whitehill Smith, 1893-1956.
TREVOR, A. C. Norman George Pulsford, 1902-1982.
TREYNOR, BLAIR. Pseudonym of Selina Abraham Treynor, 1888-1967, also known as Elizabeth/Betty Blair Treynor. Wife of Albert M(cKune) Treynor, 1884-1984, q.v.
TREYNOR, SELINA ABRAHAM. 1888-1967. Pseudonym: Blair Treynor, q.v.
TURNER, G(EORGE) F(REDERIC). 1876-1939. (Correction of name.) Born in London; an architect; died in Oxford.
VALLINGS, GABRIELLE (FRANCESCA LILIAN MARY). 1886-1972. Birth name: Lilian Mary Vallings.
VERNON, RUTH. Stopford James Ram, 1826-1881.
VILES, EDWARD H(ENRY). 1841-1891. All titles below were in the Black Highwayman series published anonymously 1873-4 by Norman L. Munro in New York. Setting: England. Series number given in parenthesis.
The Black Highwayman. (1)
Captain Hawk. (2)
Hawk a Captive; or, Snared at Last. (12)
Hawk and the Decoy; or, The Prince and the Highwayman. (26)
Hawk and the Hangman; or, The Ostler’s Devotion. (14)
Hawk and the Highwayman; or, The Oath of Friendship. (11)
Hawk and the King; or, The Recovered Ring. (19)
Hawk and the Lawyer; or, The Robbery of the Mail Coach. (3)
Hawk and the Ostler; or, The Highwayman’s Escape. (10)
Hawk and the Pirate; or, The Recovered Treasure. (17)
Hawk and the Spectre. (26)
Hawk and the Wreckers. (18)
Hawk at the Inn; or, The Highwayman’s Revenge. (7)
Hawk in Jail. (5)
Hawk in London; or, The Race to Tyburn. (21)
Hawk in the Dock; or, The Highwayman’s Ruse. (13)
Hawk in the Treasury; or, The King and the Highwayman. (16)
Hawk in the Vaults; or, The Highwayman’s Stratagem. (9)
Hawk on the Scaffold; or, The Leap for Life. (15)
Hawk on the Thames; or, The Police Officer Foiled. (23)
Hawk to the Rescue; or, The Defeated Nobleman. (24)
Hawk’s Escape. (6)
The Highwayman in Peril; or, The Plot at the Greyhound Inn. (8)
The Highwayman’s Retreat; or, The Cabin in the Woods. (4)
The Highwayman’s Revenge; or, Hawk and the Magistrate. (20)
The Masked Duel; or, The Police Officer’s Mishaps. (22)
VIRDEN, KATHERINE. Katherine V(irden) Southerland, 1892-1955. (Correcting the dates.)
WAINWRIGHT, FLORA. 1902(?)-1979(?).
WALES, KIRK. James Ronald, 1905-1972. (Death date correction.)
WALKER, DINSDALE. 1907-1986. Born at Toxeth Park, Lancashire, England; died in Los Angeles. (Corrected birthplace.)
WALLACE, (GEORGE) CARLTON. 1903-1980. (Correcting first name.) Born in Aston Manor, England; died in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.
WALLACE, JOHN. Born William Henry Abbott McQuinn in Launceston, Tasmania; John Wallace became his legal name in 1938; died in Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia.
WALTERS, ROBERT. 1832-1912. Pseudonym: George Roberts, q.v.
WARD, COLIN. William Nichols Roe, 1898-1978.
WEEKES, A(GNES) R(USSELL). 1880-1940.
WEEKES, ROSE KIRKPATRICK. 1874-1956.
WEIGHTMAN, ARCHIBALD JOHN . Correct to: WIGHTMAN, ARCHIBALD JOHN. 1908-1985.
WHITE, FRED M(ERRICK). (Show name thus.) 1859-1935. Born in West Bromwich, England; died in Dorset.
Love Trap. British title: Right for Murder. Boardman, 1957
Right for Murder; see Love Trap
WHITE, PALMER. Theodore James Spry, 1898-1955.
-Brontegate. Hathor, 1999 SC: Milton Crookshank
WHITWORTH, JAMES G. 1936- . Pseudonym: James Scorpio, q.v.
WICKER, TOM. 1926-2011.
WIDDEMER, MARGARET. 1884-1978. (Correcting birth date.)
WIGLITTLE, JUDGE. Arthur Alwyn Putnam, 1829-1910.
Game of Passion. Also published in the collection: Sand’s Game. Ramble House pb, 2010
Haven for the Damned. Also published in the twosome: Sand’s War. Ramble House pb, 2011
Passion Has No Rule Book. Also published in the collection: Sand’s Game. Ramble House pb, 2010
Sand’s Game; see Game of Passion, and Passion Has No Rule Book
Sand’s War; see Haven for the Damned, and Scarlet Goddess
Scarlet Goddess. Also published in the twosome: Sand’s War. Ramble House pb, 2011
WILLS, HELEN (NEWINGTON). Through marriages she became Helen Newington Wills Moody, then Helen Newington Wills Roark. Winner of 31 Grand Slam tennis titles and two Olympic gold medals. Died in Carmel, California.
WILSON, MARGARET (WILHELMINA)
The Dark Duty. Cape, 1931. U.S. title: One Came Out
One Came Out; see The Dark Duty
WINCHESTER, STANLEY. (Christopher) Samuel Youd, 1922-2012.
A Clean Kill. Add U.S. edition: E-Reads pb, 2010
WORTHY, JUDITH LOUISA ANN. (Giving name in full.)
WRIGHT, JUNE (HEALY). 1919-2012. Born in Malvern, Victoria, Australia; worked in the Central Telephone Exchange SC: Maggie Byrnes = MB. (Birth place correction.)
Murder in the Telephone Exchange. Add SC MB
So Bad a Death. Add SC MB [Australia] (Setting correction.)
WYNNTON, PATRICK. Anthony (Thomas Stewart Currie) Richardson, 1899-1964.
YATES, LIONEL PEEL. 1888-1963.
YOUD, (CHRISTOPHER) SAMUEL. 1922-2012. (Note: Birth registered as Sam Youd.)
Savage Siren. (by Herbert Victor Lowe, 1916-1991.)
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