Crime Fiction IV: A Comprehensive Bibliography 1749-2000
by Allen J. Hubin


Addenda to the Revised Edition.

                                 PART 47:                                                                                      Return to the Main Page.
                              

AKENS, DAVID STRODE. 1921-2012.

ALLAN, LUKE. W(illiam) Lacey Amy, 1877-1962. (Corrected birth date.)

AMY, W(ILLIAM) LACEY. 1877-1962. (Corrected birth date.)

ANDERSON, IAIN F(LEMING). Note: His birth was registered as John Fleming Anderson, but the first name had become Iain by the 1911 census.

ANONYMOUS
    -The Brain Box. (by “One of the Unemployed”, i.e., Horace Edwin Cole Littlejohns, 1880-1946.)

ARJOUNI, JAKOB. Pseudonym of Jakob Bothe Michelsen, 1964-2013.

ARONSON, HARVEY. Mike McGrady [Michael Robinson McGrady], 1933-2012.

AUERBACH, BERTHOLD. 1812-1882.
    Landolin. Holt, 1878 [Germany] (Translation of “Landolin von Reutershofen.” Berlin, 1878.)

BEDFORD, JESSIE. 1853-1918. (Correcting birth date.)
 
BELL, LESLIE. 1915-1995.

BENET, JAMES (WALKER). 1914-2012.

BINKLEY, ANNE. Pseudonym of Anne Elizabeth Binkley Rand Ozbekhan, 1918-2012. (Correction.)
   
BLACK, BETTY. Betty Schwartz, 1927-2011.

BOURNE, HESTER. Pseudonym of Molly Wood Philips Troke, 1909-1994. (Correction.)

BUCK, PETER. Peter (Meyrick Johnston) Leslie, 1922-ca.2007.

BURRARD, (MAJOR SIR) GERALD. 1888-1965. (Show name thus.) Add: educated at Cheltenham College and Royal Military Academy Woolwich; served in the army in India and then in France in WWI.

BUTLER, GWENDOLINE (WILLIAMS). 1922-2013.

CAMPBELL, HELEN (STUART). 1839-1918.
    Patty Pearson’s Boy; see Unto the Third and Fourth Generation
    -Unto the Third and Fourth Generation. Fords (New York), 1880. Also published as: Patty Pearson’s Boy; or, Unto the Third and Fourth Generation. Fords (New York), 1881
 
CANNON, FRANK. Ardath (Frances Hurst) Mayhar, 1930-2012.

CARPENTER, EDWARD CHILDS. Add: died in England.
    Captain Courtesy. Jacobs (Philadelphia), 1906 [California, past]

CASTLE, FRANK (P.). 1910-1994. Add: died in Linn, Oregon, and buried in Portland; listed as a stenographer with a tile company in the 1940 census; Chief Bosun’s Officer in U.S. Navy during WWII.
    
CHESTER, S(AMUEL) BEACH. 1880-1942. Died in Paris.

CHRYSOSTOM SOCIETY. Calvin (Amasa) Miller, 1936-2012.

CLEEVE, LUCAS.  Adeline Georgina Isabella Wolff Kingscote. (Correcting birth name spelling.)

COLLES, EDMUND
    Fair Exchange. [France]

CONN, JACK RAYMOND. 1922-    . Pseudonym: Jay Raymond, q.v.

COPPEL, ALEC.  Note: Both birth and death are registered under Alexander Coppel.

COURTENAY, (ARTHUR) BRYCE. 1933-2012.

COVERACK, GILBERT. (Thomas) J(ohn) Russell Warren, 1886-1954, q.v. (Adding first name and death date.)

COWAN, (JANE) G(ERTRUDE) K(ENT). 1872-1959. Born in Birkenhead, England; married John James Cowan in 1897; died in Carmarthen, England, area.

CURTISS, ELIZABETH (MANGAM). 1897-1949. Born Nettie Elizabeth Mangam in Brooklyn, New York; married George Warren Curtiss; died in Ohio.

DARBY, EMMA. Jean Stubbs, 1926-2012.

DAVIS, (MYRA) LYDIA. 1919-2000.
 
DAVIS, ROBERT S. 1839-1911.

DAVIS, TOM.  (Myra) Lydia Davis, 1919-2000.

DE MARQUAND, ALIX. Michael Skinner, 1924-2007(?).

DERWENT, ROBERT. Pseudonym.  (Corrected entry.)

DEWES, SIMON. John St. Clair Muriel, 1909-1975.

DOWNEY, EDMUND
    In One Town. Ward, 1886; Appleton, 1887 [Ireland]

EADES, M(AUD) L(OUISE). 1874-1949. Born Maud Louise Henniker in South Australia; was serving as a missionary in India when she married Cecil Talbot Eades.

EDWARDS, NORMAN (FREDERICK). 1899-1975. (Correction.) Born in Camberwell, England; died in Brighton.

ELMAN, RICHARD (MARTIN). Add pseudonym: Michael Parnel, q.v.

EVANS, ALAN. Alan Stoker, 1930-2006.

FARNCOMBE, FRANK E(DWARD). 1880-1929. (Deleting question marks.) Robert L(‘estrange) Hadfield, 1888-1969.

FORWARD, MRS. ROSS [LUCINDA FORWARD HINES]. 1841-1913.
    Miss Pullman. Ogilvie, 1900 [New York City]

FOWLER, SYDNEY. SC: Mr. (Edward) Jellipot. (Adding first name.)

FRITCH, CHARLES E(DWARD). 1927-2012.

GALE, ADELA. Adela (Kalousek) Maritano, 1918-2002. Gale Maritano [Sebastian J. Maritano], 1914-1973.

GILBERT, BERNARD (SAMUEL). Father of Michael (Francis) Gilbert, 1912-2006, q.v.

GLUCK, SINCLAIR. Add: Birth name Jasper Sinclair Gluck.

GODFREY, ELIZABETH. Jessie Bedford, 1853-1918. (Correcting birth date.)

GOODCHILD, GEORGE
    12 Famous McLean Cases. Correct ss The Footprints on the Wall to: The Footmarks on the Wall. Correct ss The Black Hawk’s Vengeance to: The Black Hawks’ Vengeance

GREIG, IAN (BORTHWICK). SC: Insp./Chief Detective Insp. John Swinton.

GREY, JOHN W(ESLEY). 1886-1964. (Correcting the dates.)

HADFIELD, ROBERT L(‘ESTRANGE). 1888-1969. Born and died in Hampshire, England. Frank E(dward) Farncombe, 1880-1929. (Deleting question marks.)

HARDER, LUDWIG. 1835-1880.
    A Family Feud. Lippincott, 1877 [Germany] (Translation from the German.)

HARWOOD, JOHN BERWICK. 1828-1899.
    Young Lord Penrith. Hurst, 1880; Harper, 1880  [England]
 
HAYTER, SPARKLE (VERA LYNETTE)
    Nice Guys Finish Last. Correct to: Nice Girls Finish Last.

HENDRICKS, VICKI (DUE)
    Voluntary Madness. Show as hardcover

HERRICK, MARIAN J. J(ohn) Trumbull Rogers, 1939-2012.

HICKEY, T(HEODOSIA) F(RANCES) W(YNNE). 1895-1956. Born in Ireland, the daughter of James Owen Hannay, 1865-1950, q.v.; died in Braintree, Essex, England.
 
HICKOK, FRANCES [FRANCES LOUISE HICKOK CRETCHER]. 1892-    . Born in Plainwell, Michigan; married Leonard H. Cretcher, in 1920; living in Pittsburg in 1952.

HORNBLOW, ARTHUR   
    John Marsh’s Millions, with Charles Klein, 1867-1915. [New York City]

HORNIMAN, ROY. 1868-1930. Add, with corrections: born in Portsea, England, as Robert Horniman; adopted the first name Roy; died in Kensington.

HOSKEN, ALICE CECIL SEYMOUR. 1877(?-1951(?).  (Changed dates.)
 
HOWE, MURIEL. Muriel Howe Smithies, 1913-    .

HOWIE, EDITH (CHRISTY ANN). 1900-1979. (Correction.) Born in Clark County, South Dakota; died in Woodbury, Iowa.
           
HUGHES, ROBERT BARRY. 1929-    . (Correcting birth date.)

HURST, EDWARD H(ARRY). 1868-1907. Born in Louisville, Kentucky; died in Phoenix, Arizona.

HYDE, CYNTHIA. Michael Skinner, 1924-2007(?).

IVERACH, (JOHN) ELDER. 1888-1940. Died in Johannesburg, South Africa.

JAY, HARRIETT. Born in Grays, Essex, England [correction]; died in Ilford, Essex.

JENKINS, HERBERT (GEORGE). 1875-1923. (Correcting birth date.)

JOHNSTON, GRACE LESLIE KEITH. 1846-1929. (Correcting birth date.)

KEITH, LESLIE. Grace Leslie Keith Johnston, 1846-1929. (Correcting birth date.)

KELLOGG, MARNE DAVIS. SC: Lilly Bennett (correcting first name spelling)

KEMP, ROBERT
    The Heart Is Highland. Brown (Glasgow), 1987 (1-act play.) [Edinburgh]

KNAPP, ADELINE. 1860-1909. Born in Buffalo, New York; died in Mill Valley, California.
    -The Well in the Desert. Century, 1908 [Arizona]

KNIGHT, ALANNA (CLEET). Birth name: Gladys Allan Cleet, so her byline is a sort of pseudonym.

KOWET, DON(ALD A.) (Giving name more fully.)

LAFFEATY, CHRISTINA. 1932-2008.

LAFLIN, JACK (CARLOCK). 1922-2012.

LAMB, MARGARET (AGNES). 1936-2011.

LANG, NORMAN (CRAIG). (Adding middle name.)

LASKER, MICHAEL. Add pseudonym: Michael Parnell, q.v.

LAWRENCE, LOIS ARMES. 1929-2011.

LEACH, JOAN [JOAN DOUGHTRY LEACH WATSON]. 1928-2011.

LEE, C. S.  David Strode Akens, 1921-2012.

LEE, JOHN (DARRELL). 1931-2012.

LEE, VIRGINIA. Lois Armes Lawrence, 1929-2011.

LESLIE, EDWARD. Leslie Edward Sellicks, 1902-1945. (Correcting death date.) Died in Loughborough, Leicestershire. (Correction.)

LESLIE, PETER (MEYRICK JOHNSTON). 1922-ca.2007.

LEVENE, PHILIP. 1926-1973.

LEVEY, MICHAEL (VINCENT). 1927-2008.

LICHTENSTEIN, PETER. 1934-2007.

LINDSAY, C(HARLES) McDONALD. 1875-1948. (Correcting death date). Died in Durban, South Africa. (Correction.)

LINDSAY, DAVID. 1876-1945. Ref: CA.
    The Adventures of Monsieur de Mailly. Melrose, 1926. U.S. title: A Blade for Sale. McBride, 1937 [past]
    A Blade for Sale; see The Adventures of Monsieur de Mailly

LINDSAY, DAVID (T.). 1885(?)-1964(?). SC: Richard (“Dick”) Monroe = RM.
    The Ninth Plague, as by David Lindsay. Add SC: RM
    The Two Red Capsules, as by David Lindsay. Add SC: RM
    Wings Over Africa, as by David Lindsay.
        [remainder of titles as before]

LITTLEJOHNS, HORACE EDWIN COLE. 1880-1946. Born in St. Giles, Middlesex, England; died in Southbourne, Hampshire. See: Anonymous (“The Brain-Box”).

LITTMAN, PASCAL. Ruth Littman, 1927-2011.

LITTMAN, RUTH. 1927-2011.

LIVESAY, JESSIE E(LIZABETH CHALMERS). 1863-1938. (Correcting birth date.) Born in Mooltan, Bengal, India.
 
McALLISTER, AMANDA
    Trust No One at All. (by Virginia Pittinger, 1929-1991, q.v.)  (Correction.)

McCLAIN, FLORENCE WAGNER. 1938-2011.

McCLENAGHAN, JACK [JOHN NATHANIEL McCLENAGHAN]. 1928-1995.

MacCOMAS, INA VIOLET. 1889-1950.

McCONNELL, JEAN (FOX). 1921-    . (Correcting birth date.)

MacDONALD, ALASTAIR (A.). 1920-2007.

MACDONALD, EVERETT (A.?). 1871(?)-1940(?)
    The Red Debt. Dillingham, 1916 [Kentucky]
    -Slimtonian Socker. Jacobs, 1922 [New York City]

McGILL, E(ARL) J(OSEPH). SC: Peter Sherman, in “Immaculate in Black” and subsequent novel(s).

McGRADY, MIKE [MICHAEL ROBINSON McGRADY]. 1933-2012.

McGREEVEY, JOHN W. 1922-2010.

MacGREGOR, JAMES MURDOCH. 1925-2008.

McGULLION, (HOBERT) BART. 1937-    . (Correcting birth date.)

MacHARDY, CHARLES. 1926-1996.

McINTOSH, J. T. James Murdoch MacGregor, 1925-2008.
  
MacISAAC, FRED(ERICK JOHN). Add: born in Cambridge, Massachusetts; graduate of Harvard; for a time an editor of the Boston Daily American; died in Los Angeles.

MacKENZIE. DEWITT (TALMAGE). 1885-1962. (Correcting birth date.)

McKINLAY, MARGARET. 1935-2010.

McKINLEY, (MARY) F(RANCES) BURKS. 1907-1993. (Correction.)

McKINNEY, (EVERETT) MEL(VILLE).  (Adding first name.)

McLAUGHLIN, W(ILLIAM) R(AFFAN) D(AVIDSON). 1908-1982.

MacLEOD, ELLEN (JANE ANDERSON). 1916-1993.

MacNEE, PATRICK. Peter (Meyrich Johnston) Leslie, 1922-ca.2007.

McNULTY, (MATTHEW) EDWARD. (Adding first name.) Born in County Antrim, Ireland; died in Ireland; bank manager, playwright and novelist.
 
MACK, W(ALTER) H(AWLEY). 1906-1960.

MAGGIO, JOE [JOSEPH ALAN MAGGIO]. 1938-2012.

MAIR, GEORGE B(ROWN). 1914-1989.

MALMAR, McKNIGHT. 1903-1985. New biographical sketch: Born Mary Calvin McKnight in Albany, New York; married Howard Burgess Malmar; death in Richmond, Virginia registered as Mary Malmar.

MALONEY, JAMES M(ICHAEL). SC: Ward Dundee, in The Stump Man, and subsequent novel(s).
    Grave with an Ocean View.  Delete (published in 2003)

MANN, RODERICK. Born in Birmingham, England; died in Los Angeles; birth name Frank Roderick Mann; journalist in Birmingham and London and then in Los Angeles.

MARITANO, ADELA (KALOUSEK). 1918-2002. Born in Illinois; died in California.

MARITANO, GALE. 1914-1973. Birth name: Sebastian Maritano; middle initial given as J, probably standing for Giovanni. Born in Illinois; died in California.

MARTIN, KAY. Adela (Kalousek) Maritano, 1918-2002.

MARTIN, L(INCOLN) W(ILLIAM). 1908-1954(?).

MASTERO STORYTELLER. Pseudonym of Purvez J. K. Saher, 1932-    . (Correction.)

MATSON, HUGO W. 1930-2011.

MAYHAR, ARDATH (FRANCES HURST). 1930-2012.

MAYLEAS, DAVIDYNE SAXON. 1923-2012.

MAYNARD, LAWRANCE M. (Correcting first name spelling.) 1899(?)-1982(?).

MAZZARO, ED. Peter (Meyrick Johnston) Leslie, 1922-ca.2007.

MEIN, MACLAREN. 1872-1935. Pseudonym: Patrick Vaux, q.v.
   
MELROSS, ALEC GURNEY [ALEXANDER GRIERSON GURNEY MELROSS]. 1924-2007.

MELVILLE, JENNIE. Gwendoline (Williams) Butler, 1922-2013.

MENDER, MONA (SIEGLER). 1926-2012.

MERCER, IAN. 1910(?)-    . (Note: An author of travel books has a 1910 birth date and no traceable death date–but did he also write the crime novels?)

MERCER, JUNE (A. COTGREAVE). 1932-    . Born in Coventry, England, and still living there.  (Correction.)

MICHELSEN, JAKOB BOTHE. 1964-2013. Pseudonym: Jakob Arjouni, q.v.

MIHOLOVICH, VERONICA FRANCES. 1911-1993.

MILLAR, FLORENCE N(ORAH) [FLORENCE NORAH MILLAR BOLTON]. 1920-    . Widow of a Church of Ireland Minister, living in Ballyduff, Castleruddery, Donard, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.

MILLAR, JEFF(ERY LYNN). 1942-2012.

MILLER, CALVIN (AMASA). 1936-2012.

MILLER, ROBERT A(LLEN). 1932-2011.

MILLS, JAMES (SPENCER). 1932-2011.

MILNE, ELIZABETH
    The Cracket Joug. Brown (Glasgow), 1957 (1-act play.) [Scotland]

MITFORD, BERTRAM. Substitute biographical sketch: Born in Northumberland, England; spent some time in South Africa; died in Sussex.

MITTERMEYER, HELEN (HAYTON MONTEITH). 1930-2012.

MOFFITT, IAN. 1926-2000. (Correcting birth date.)

MONTGOMERY, W. J(OSEPH). 1931-    . (Correcting birth date.)

MORGAN, DAN. 1925-2011.

MORGAN, DONALD LEROY. 1928-2011.

MOSCO, MAISIE. 1924-2011.

MUIR, THOMAS. 1903-1958. (Adding birth date.) Husband of Marie (Agnes Johnson) Muir, q.v. SC: Lt. Andrew Gibson = AG.
    Death in the Loch. Add SC: AG
    Death Under Virgo. Add SC: AG`

MURIE, MARTIN. 1925-2012.

MURIEL, JOHN ST. CLAIR. 1909-1975. Born in Hadleigh, Suffolk, England; died in Ipswich, Suffolk.

NAISMITH, MARION (OVEREND). 1922-1977. Died in Earlston, Berwick, Scotland.

NICHOLSON, MARGARET BEDA LARMINIE. 1924-2012.

NOBLE, EDMUND, 1853-1937, and LYDIA LVOVNA PIMENOFF NOBLE, 1865-1934. Edmund Noble was born in Glasgow, was an editorial writer on the Liverpool Courier, the London Globe, and Manchester Guardian; also correspondent in Russia for the London Daily News; came to the U.S. and became foreign editor of the New York Herald, later editorial writer for the Boston Herald; died in Malden, Massachusetts. He married Princess Lydia Pimenoff in Russia.
    Before the Dawn. Houghton, 1901 [Russia]

O’BRINE, (PADRAIG) MANNING. 1915-1974. (Corrections.)
   
OKUN, LAWRENCE E(UGENE). 1929-2004.

ORGAN, DONALD V(ERNON). 1925-2011.

O’ROURKE, ANDREW P(ATRICK). 1933-2013.

ORSZULA, EDWARD J(OSEPH). 1938-2012. A tax preparer; died in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

OZBEKHAN, ANNE ELIZABETH BINKLEY RAND. 1918-2012.

PAGE, GERTRUDE [GERTRUDE ELIZA PAGE DOBBIN]. 1872-1922. (Correcting birth date and adding middle name.)
 
PALMTAG, DINAH. 1939-2012.

PANBOURNE, OLIVER. Howard Primrose Rockey. (Adding middle name.)

PANTING, J(AMES) HARWOOD
    Clive of Clair College. Horner’s Weekly (London), 1905; Warne (New York), 1906 [England] (Intended for younger readers.)

PARK, J(AMES) A(LLAN). Delete reference to novels, short stories and poetry.

PARKES, ROGER (GRAHAM). 1933-2008. (Correcting the name.)       

PARNELL, MICHAEL. Pseudonym of Richard (Martin) Elman, 1934-1997, q.v. Other pseudonym: Michael Lasker, q.v.

PARQUE, RICHARD (ANTHONY). 1935-2012.

PARRISH, (GEORGE) RANDALL. New biographical note: Born and died in Kewanee, Henry County, Illinois; lawyer, public speaker, city attorney, reporter, managing editor, Congregational minister and novelist.
    Keith of the Border. McClurg, 1910 [Kansas, 1868] Silent film: Triangle, 1918 (scw: Alan James; dir: Clifford Smith)
 
PASCAL, ARLENE. Ruth Littman, 1927-2011.

PEARCE, JONATHAN. 1929-2011.

PEART, JANE (JOHNSON). 1925-2007.

PECK, (LADY) WINIFRED (FRANCES KNOX)
    The Warrielaw Jewel. Add [1909]

PEDLER, JOHN BRANFOOT SIMPSON.  (Correction of middle name spelling.)

PERKINS, KEN(NETH). 1926-2009.

PETERS, LANCE. Peter Lichtenstein, 1934-2007.

PIDGIN, CHARLES FELTON. Add: died in Melrose, Massachusetts; journalist, and Secretary then Chief of the Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor; also song writer and librettist.
    The Corsican Lovers. Dodge, 1906 [Corsica, England, France]

PIERI, JOE. 1919-2012.

PIFER, DRURY L. 1933-2012.

PIOT, JOSEPH L(EON). 1920-2012.

PITT, CHART(LEY ARTELL). (Show name thus.)

PITTINGER, VIRGINIA. See also: Amanda McAllister.

PLAUT, W(OLF) GUNTHER. 1912-2012.

POLITE, FRANK (C.). 1936-2005.

POLLACK, ELISABETH (CAMPBELL). 1921-2012.

POLLEXFEN, CLAIRE D. 1884-1974. Add: died as Dorothy Claire Cooper in Eastbourne.

PORTER, LINN BOYD. Add: died in Brookline, Massachusetts; newsboy, reporter, printer, editor, publisher and real estate speculator; lived and worked for a time in Minnesota before returning to Massachusetts; later toured Europe for material for his books.

RAND, ANNE BINKLEY. Delete.

RANK, MARY O. 1917-2003. Born Mary Evelyn Owen in Moberly, Missouri; graduated from Moberly Junior College in1936; married David Rank; attended University of Michigan and won speech and poetry contests there; instructor in English at University of Missouri, 1960-1964, and then at Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri; David Rank died in 1994 and she married someone named Kelly; she died in Thomasville, North Carolina.

RAY, MARY (EVA PEDDER). 1932-2003. (Correcting name spelling.)

RAYMOND, JAY. Pseudonym of Jack Raymond Conn, 1922-    .

RAYMOND, RENE (LODGE PECK) BRABAZON. (Giving name in full.)

READ, PETER G(EORGE). 1927-2009.

REYNOLDS, CATHERINE. Peter (Meyrick Johnston) Leslie, 1922-ca.2007.

RIDDOCH, MARK. 1947-    . (Correcting the birth date.)

ROBERTSON, (JE)M(IMA SIMPSON TAYLOR). 1901-1985. Born and died in Dunfermline, Scotland.

ROCKEY, HOWARD PRIMROSE. (Adding middle name.)

ROGERS, J(OHN) TRUMBULL. 1939-2012.

ROHDE, WILLIAM L(AURENCE). 1918-2000. (Corrections.)
    The Heel. Also published as: V.I.P. Pyramid, 1957
    V.I.P.; see The Heel

ROLFE, DIANA. Pseudonym.
    Plain Sailin’. Jenkins, 1940
 
ROSS, ANN B.
    The Murder Stroke. Leisure pb, 1981

ROY, ARCHIE [ARCHIBALD EDMINSTON ROY]. 1924-2012. (Correcting middle name spelling.)

RUSSELL, SHIRLEY. Delete.

RUTLAND, HARRIET. Olive Maude Shimwell, 1901-1962.

RYAN, JOHN FERGUS. 1931-2003.

SAHER, PETER J. Correct to: SAHER, PURVEZ J. K. 1932-    .

SANCTON, THOMAS. 1915-2012.

SANDERS, DAVID (ALAN). 1915-1983.

SCHWARTZ, BETTY. 1927-2011.

SCOTCHBURN, WILLIAM VERNON. See: Vernon Sylvaine, 1896-1957.

SCUDDER, MOSES LEWIS. 1843-1917. Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts; died in Huntington, New York; a clergyman.
    Almost an Englishman. Putnam, 1878

SELETZ, JULES M(ORTIMER). 1930-2012.

SELLICKS, LESLIE EDWARD. 1902-1945. (Correcting death date.)

SHAFFER, JACK C. 1928-1992.

SHAPIRO, HARVEY (IRWIN). 1924-2013.

SHAW, ROBIN. 1937-    .

SHAY, FRANK. Add: died in Wellfleet, Massachusetts; bookstore owner, editor, actor, biographer and novelist. (Note: Last name originally spelled Shea.)

SHEFFIELD, HELEN F(ONTENOT). 1931-2012. SC: Nelda, in “Nelda Sees Red” and two subsequent novels.

SHIMWELL, OLIVE MAUDE. 1901-1962.

SHOEBRIDGE, MARJORIE
    Ranleigh Court. (Title correction.)

SILBERSTANG, EDWIN. 1930-2012.

SKINNER, MICHAEL. 1924-2007(?).

SMITH, DOREE L. 1924-2012.

SMITH, LAURENCE DWIGHT. Born in New York City; graduated from Yale and went into the real estate business, then into writing novels and true crime books; died in the Veterans Hospital in Albany, New York.

SMITH, LOU(IS). (Giving first name in full.)

SMITH, MARTIN R. SC: Charley Grant, in “A Gypsy Lady to Die For” and subsequent novel(s).
 
SMITH, SARAH. 1832-1911. Pseudonym: Hesba Stretton, q.v.

SMITH, VERONICA. Veronica Frances Miholovich, 1911-1993.

SMITHIES, MURIEL HOWE. 1913-    . Born in Castleblayney, Ireland; living in Ambleside, Cumbria, England.

SNAITH, J(OHN) C(OLLIS). SC: Sir Joshua Munt = JM.
    The Council of Seven. JM
    -Love Lane. Collins, 1919. Also published as: The Undefeated. Nelson, 1920 JM [England]
    The Undefeated; see Love Lane

SOLLISH, JOSEPH J(OHN). SC: Cornelius and Vanessa Maximilian, in “Gates of Horn and Ivory” and subsequent novel(s).

SOMERVILLE, H. B. Ina Violet MacComas, 1889-1950.

SOUTAR, (EDWARD) ANDREW. Born Edward Andrew Stagg in Wiltshire; married Elspeth Soutar Swinton as Stagg in 1911; but then adopted the last name Soutar; death in Cornwall registered as Edward Andrew Soutar.
 
SOUTER, (GERALD) ALAN.  (Adding first name.)

SPAIN, NICHOLAS. Michael Skinner, 1924-2007(?).

STAGG, CLINTON H(OLLAND). Born in Newark, New Jersey; died in a car accident in Los Angeles; newspaperman, magazine writer, and upcoming scenario writer.

STANLEY, WILLIAM (ARTHUR). 1919-2004. Born and died in Blyth, Northumberland, England.

STARK, RICHARD
    Flashfire. Film: Incentive, 2013 (scw: John J. McLaughlin; dir: Taylor Hackford) 

STERN, RICHARD (GUSTAVE). 1928-2013. (Correcting middle name spelling.)
   
STEWART, HAL D(OUGLAS). 1898-1979. Lived in Glasgow, Scotland.
    The Crime in the Clubhouse. French (London & New York), 1936 (1-act play.)

STEWART, LEONE
    Sins of the Son. Hutchinson, 1954 [England]

STOKER, ALAN. 1930-2006.

STONE, DAVID (ANTHONY). 1929-1966.
           
STOYENOFF, NORMA DAVIS
    -Summer of Fear. [Michigan]

STRETTON, HESBA. Pseudonym of Sarah Smith, 1832-1911. Born in Shropshire, England; died in London.
    The Crew of the Dolphin. King (London), 1876; Dodd (New York), 1876
    In Prison and Out. Isbister (London), 1880; Dodd (New York), 1879 [England]               
STUART, AIMEE (McHARDY). 1887-1981. (Correcting birth date.) Born Amy Constance McHardy in Glasgow, Scotland; married William Bond and changed the spelling of her first name; then married Philip Price Stuart after Bond was killed in action in 1918.

STUBBS, JEAN. 1926-2012.

SUE, BRENDA [BRENDA S. HEALY]. 1944-    . (Correction.)

SURY, PETER. 1928-2012.

SYLVAINE, VERNON. 1896-1957. (Correcting birth date.) Note: Birth and death registered as William Vernon Scotchburn, though he married as Sylvaine and two children were born as Sylvaine.

SYREEN, MARY W.
    -The Decision. Lakeside pb (Washington), 1999

THOMAS, ERIC. Charles E(dward) Fritch, 1927-2012.

THOMPSON, (JAMES MADISON) MAURICE. 1844-1901. Born in Franklin, Indiana; died in Crawfordsville, Indiana.
    A Banker of Bankersville. Cassell (New York), 1886; Maxwell (London), 1887 [Indiana]

THURMAN, STEVE. Frank (P.) Castle, 1910-1994.

TREBOR. Robert S. Davis, 1839-1911.

TROKE, MOLLY WOOD PHILIPS. 1909-1994. Born in Brentford, Middlesex, England; died in London. (Correction.)
 
TUMAY, PAULETTE. Harvey (Irwin) Shapiro, 1924-2013.

TWEEDALE, VIOLET (CHAMBERS). 1861-1936. (Correcting birth date.)

VAUX, PATRICK. Pseudonym of Maclaren Mein, 1872-1935. Born in Roxburghshire, Scotland; died in Essex, England.

VEITCH, JAMES (WILLIAM). 1910-1975(?). Born in Peebles, Scotland; the James Veitch who died in 1975 did so in Peebles.

VERNON, MARJORIE. 1909(?)-1983(?). Delete reference to Shirley Russell.

WALES, GEORGE A.
    -Law and Order. Correct publisher and date to: Digit pb, 1957

WALMSLEY, LEO. Note: Birth and one marriage registered as Lionel Walmsley; death and another marriage registered as Leo Walmsley.

WARDEN, GERTRUDE. Correct name of man she married in 1889 to: John William Jones. Correct “probably died in France” to “died in Monaco in 1925".

WARREN, (THOMAS) J(OHN) RUSSELL, 1886-1954. (Adding first name and death date.)

WAY, PETER (HOWARD). 1936-1991. Born in Hendon, Middlesex, England; died in Suffolk.

WEBB, ANTHONY. Joint pseudonym of Norman Scarlyn Wilson and an unidentified co-author. (Correction.)

WEES, FRANCES SHELLEY. Note: Birth name was Frances Almeda Johnson, and she apparently adopted her mother’s maiden name as a part of her writing byline.

WHEELER, FRANCIS (LESLIE). 1901-1992(?).

WHITAKER, H(ERMAN)
    -The Planter. Harper, 1909; Collins, 1922 [Mexico]

WHITE, GRACE MILLER
    The Marriage of Patricia Pepperday. Little, 1922; Hodder, 1922 [New York]

WHITELAW, DAVID. 1875-1971. (Correcting birth date.)

WILLIAMS, BRAD(LEY ARTHUR). (Adding middle name.)

WILSON, NORMAN SCARLYN. Joint pseudonym with an unidentified co-author: Anthony Webb, q.v. (Correction.)

WYNNE, BARRY. Robert Barry Hughes, 1929-    . (Correcting birth date.) Born in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England.

YORKE, MARGARET. Margaret Beda Larminie Nicholson, 1924-2012.

YURICK, SOL. 1925-2013.




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