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


Addenda to the Revised Edition.

                                 PART 6:                                                                                      Return to the Main Page.
                              

                                                    

AMADI, ELECHI (EMMANUEL). 1934-2016. Died in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1978 novel “The Slave” in CFIV.)

ANONYMOUS. (Correcting the authorship of the 1901 novel in CFIV.)
    The Curse of Eden. (by Wilfred Keppel Honnywill, 1871-1909)

ARKHAM, CANDACE. (Adding the setting of the 1977 novel in CFIV.)
    Ancient Evil. [Mexico]
   
BAAR, JAMES (A.). (Deleting the wrongly listed 1983 British edition.)
    Great Free Enterprise Gambit. Delete the Houghton edition (not published in Britain)

BARCLAY, BEN. Maurice Neville Stack, 1928-2012. (Adding the corrected name and dates for the author of the 1976 novel “The Empty Palace” in CFIV.)

BARRETT, EDWARD IVO MEDHURST. 1879-1950. Pseudonym: Charles Trevor, q.v.

BARRETT, NEAL (PATRICK), JR. (Deleting a wrongly identified series character.)
    Dead Dog Blues. Delete SC Wiley Moss
    Pink Vodka Blues. Delete SC Wiley Moss

BEAUMAN, SALLY (VANESSA). 1944-2016. Died in London, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

BELLAMY JEAN. (Adding the setting of the 1970 novel in CFIV.)
    Ghost of Coquina Key. [Florida]

BERKELEY, ANTHONY. (Adding a reprint of the 1933 novel in CFIV.)
    Jumping Jenny. Reprinted in the UK under the U.S. title (Dead Mrs. Stratton): Hogarth pb, 1984

BINNS, OTTWELL. (Adding the true first edition of a title which was listed in CFIV as published by Mellifont in 1932.)
    The Nets of Fate. Weekly Telegraph pb, 1923

BLACK, HERMINA. (Adding the true first edition of a title, listed undated in CFIV but as published by Eldon.)
    Enmeshed. Weekly Telegraph pb, 1926

BOLT, BEN. (Adding the true first edition of a title, which was listed in CFIV as published by Mellifont in 1944.)
    The Mystery of Airedale Hall. Weekly Telegraph pb, 1927

BOUCHER, ANTHONY. (Deleting a series character from a 1940 novel.)
    The Case of the Baker Street Irregulars. Delete SC Fergus O’Breen, who does not appear, though his sister Maureen does

BRADLEY, MARION ZIMMER. (Adding the series character in four novels in CFIV.)
    Dark Satanic. SC: Colin MacLaren
    -Heartlight. SC: Colin MacLaren
    The Inheritor. SC: Colin MacLaren
    Witch Hill. SC: Colin MacLaren

BRONTE, LOUISA. Janet Louise Roberts, 1925-1982. (Correcting the death date for the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

BUSH, IAN (ELCOCK). (Deleting the 1983 British edition.)
    The Siberian Reservoir. Delete the Houghton London edition (not published)

BUTOR, MICHEL (MARIE FRANCOIS). 1926-2016. Died in Contamine-sur-Arve, France. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1960 translated novel “Passing Time” in CFIV.)

CADELL, (VIOLET) ELIZABETH
    Shadows on the Water. Note: Also published under this title in the UK as by Elizabeth Cadell: Corgi pb, 1972

CAMERON, KATE. (Adding more specific settings for novels in CFIV.)
    Deadly Nightshade. [1878]
    The Legend of Holderly Hall. [1820s]
    Music from the Past. [1924]
    Portraits of the Past. [1944]
    Shadows of the Past. [1858]

CHRISTIE, AGATHA. (Adding further TV movie adaptations.)
    The Big Four. TV movie: ITV, 2013 (scw: Mark Gatiss, Ian Holland; dir: Peter Lydon)
    Curtain. TV movie: ITV, 2013 (scw: Kevin Elyot; dir: Hettie Macdonald)
    Dead Man’s Folly. TV movie: ITV, 2013 (scw: Nick Dear; dir: Tim Vaughan)
    Elephants Can Remember. TV movie: ITV, 2013 (scw: Nick Dear; dir: John Strickland)
    The Labours of Hercules. TV movie: ITV, 2013 (scw: Guy Andrews; dir: Andy Wilson)

COLLINS, GILBERT (HENRY). 1890-1960. Died in London. (Confirming the death date of the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

COOK, THOMAS H. (Deleting a wrongly listed British edition.)
    The Orchids. Delete the Houghton London edition (not published).
 
COOKE, DARWYN. 1962-2016. Born in Toronto, Canada; died in Florida. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the graphic novelist in CFIV for two adaptations of Richard Stark novels, and adding three further such adaptations.)
    The Outfit. IDW, 2010 (Graphic novel adaptation of the novel by Richard Stark, q.v.)
    The Score. IDW, 2012 (Graphic novel adaptation of the novel by Richard Stark, q.v.)
    Slayground. IDW, 2013 (Graphic novel adaptation of the novel by Richard Stark, q.v.)

DABBS, GEORGE H(ENRY) R(OQUE). Educated at King’s College Hospital, London; had medical practice on the Isle of Wight. (Adding biographical details and a further title for the author of three novels in CFIV.)
    A Sparrow, a Mouse and a Man. Partridge (London), 1904 

DANIELS, DOROTHY (nee SMITH). 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

DANTON, REBECCA. Janet Louise Roberts, 1925-1982. (Correcting the death date for the author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
DAVIES, A(NTHONY) A. T. 1940(?)-    . (Adding the probable birth year of the author of the 1967 novel “The Horses of Winter” in CFIV.)

DAVIES, J(UNE) WYNDHAM. 1929-    . Born June M. D. Davies in Cardiff, Wales; at some point added her mother’s maiden name, Wyndham, to hers; apparently still alive in London. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the co-author with Elizabeth Addyman of the 1964 play “Green Shutters” in CFIV.).
 
DAVIS, J(AMES) FRANK. (Adding a further title for the author of two titles in CFIV.)
    The Buttons of Bo Bing. Weekly Telegraph pb, 1920. (Also contains a ss “The Fugitive Princess” by John Oakley.)

DAVIS, JACK [JOHN BURTON DAVIS]. 1924-2016, Born in Atlanta, Georgia; died in Athens, Georgia. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1981 novel “The Coyote Connection” in CFIV under the house name Nick Carter.)

DAVISON, GERTRUDE CARR. Also author of a collection of short stories and articles on the theatre; possibly Adelaide Gertrude Kerr Davison 1846-1924, using a variant of her name; she’s identified as an authoress in the 1891 census. (Adding a new author not in CFIV.)
    -Paul Creighton. Digby, Long, 1891 [England]

DEAVER, JEFFREY (WILDS). (Adding a TV adaptation of a 1999 novel in CFIV.)
    The Devil’s Teardrop. TV movie: Lifetime, 2010 (scw: Ron Hutchinson; dir: Norma Bailey)

DENT, ROXANNE (ELIZABETH). (Correcting the setting of the 1973 novel in CFIV.)
    Island of Fear. [Haiti]

DICKSON, MARGARET (SMITH). (Correcting the British publisher of a 1983 novel.)
    -Octavia’s Hill. Replace Houghton London 1984 with NEL 1983

DORSETT, DANIELLA. Dorothy Daniels (nee Smith), 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates for the author of the 1972 novel “The Dueling Oaks” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
   
DUNCAN, LOIS [LOIS DUNCAN ARQUETTE]. 1934-2016. Died in South Sarasota, Florida. (Adding the death date and place for the author of seven titles in CFIV.)

ENGLISH, JEAN (ELLEN). (Adding the setting of the 1974 novel in CFIV.)
    The Scarlet Tower. [past]

EWING, MICHAEL. 1934-2007. (Confirming the birth year of the author of novels in CFIV under the pseudonyms Frank Ross and Blair Stuart.)

FLOWERDEW, HERBERT. (Adding the publication date of a novel in CFIV.)
    The Collinge Mystery. Weekly Telegraph pb, 1924

FOX, VANESSA. Pseudonym of Pamela Townley, 1947-    . (Correcting the real name of the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

FULLER, JACK (WILLIAM). 1946-2016. Died in Chicago. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

GATEWOOD, CHARLES ROBERT. 1942-2016. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the 1987 novel “Hellfire” in CFIV under the pseudonym Thomas Tyger.)
 
GELLIS, ROBERTA (LEAH). 1927-2016. Died in Flushing, Michigan. (Adding the death date and place for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

GEORGE, PETER (BRYAN). (Correcting the title of the 1952 novel in CFIV.)
    Come Blonde, Came Murder. (Corrected title.)
   
GIBBS, HENRY (JOHN). Otherwise known as Henry St. John Clair and Henry St John Claire Rumbold-Gibbs, although birth, death and probate records agree on Henry John Gibbs. (Adding more detail regarding the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

GOLDSTON, ROBERT C(ONROY). 1927-1982. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1958 novel “The Catafalque” in CFIV and the 1962 novel “The Greek Virgin” in CFIV as by James Stark.)

GORDON, ALEX. (Correcting the title of the British edition of a 1961 novel.)
    The Cypher.

GRACE, ALICIA. (Adding the setting of the 1968 novel in CFIV.)
    Enchanted Circle. [Scotland]

GRAY, ANGELA. Dorothy Daniels (nee Smith), 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates for the author of numerous titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

GRIFFITH, GEORGE. Born George Jones in Plymouth, Devon, England; became George Chetwynd Jones; then adopted the name George Chetwynd Griffith, under which name his death was registered in Port Erin, Isle of Man. (Adding biographical details for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

HARDY, ROBIN. 1952-1994. (Correcting the dates for the author of 14 novels in CFIV under the house name Jack Hild.)

HARDY, ROBIN (ST. CLAIR RIMINGTON). 1929-2016. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1978 novel “-The Wicker Man” and the 1979 novel “-The Education of Don Juan” in CFIV.)
 
HART, ALEXIS. Karen Lynn Syed, 1968-    . (Adding the middle name and correcting the birth year for the author of the 1998 novel “Moonlight for Maggie” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
HAYTHORNE, JOHN. [Sir] Richard (Edmund Clement Fownes) Parsons, 1928-2016. Died in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

HAYWARD, DAVID. David W. Stokes, 1951-   . (Adding the birth year of the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

HOLLIDAY, DOLORES. (Adding the setting of the 1981 novel in CFIV.)
    The Seventh Gate. [California]

HONNYWILL, WILFRED KEPPEL. 1871-1909. (Adding a novel published anonymously.)
    The Curse of Eden. See: Anonymous

HUNT, CHARLOTTE. (Giving the complete title of the 1975 novel in CFIV.)
    The Chambered Tomb.

JEFFREYS, COLVIN. (Adding the setting for the 1990 novel in CFIV.)
    Dark Ghosts of the Night. [Australia]

JENSEN, RUBY JEAN. Born Ruby Jean Hendrickson in McDonald County, Missouri; married Vaughn Leroy Jensen in Northern California; moved to Arkansas in the 1950s, and died there.. (Adding biographical details for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

KAVANAUGH, CYNTHIA. Dorothy Daniels (nee Smith), 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates for the author of two 1966 titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

KIMBROUGH, KATHERYN. (Adding a title for the author of numerous novels in CFIV.)
    Augusta, the Second. Popular Library, 1979 [Maine]

LANE, LILAC. Delete. (Deleting the entry, probably a pseudonym as no such person can be traced, for the 1936 novel which is not criminous.)

LA TOURRETTE, JACQUELINE. (Adding a note about a 1978 title in CFIV.)
    An Ancient Rage. This was a revised edition of the 1971 novel “The Joseph Stone.”

LAURIE, JESSICA. (Adding the setting the 1981 novel in CFIV.)
    The Mistress of Harrowgate. [past]
   
LAVENE, JIM [JAMES LAVENE]. 1952-2016. He and his wife were photojournalists and garden columnists; died in Concord, North Carolina. (Adding the death date and place for the co-author with his wife Joyce of two novels in CFIV.)

LAVENE, JOYCE (LILLIAN). 1954-2015. Died in Concord, North Carolina. (Adding the death date and place of the co-author with husband Jim of two novels in CFIV.)

LAW, JANICE. (Deleting the 1982 British edition wrongly listed in CFIV.)
    Death Under Par. Delete the Houghton edition

LAZARUS, MELL [MELVIN A. LAZARUS]. 1927-2016. Cartoonist, born in Brooklyn and died in Los Angeles. (Correcting the name and adding the death date and place of the author of the 1986 novel “The Neighborhood Watch” in CFIV, and adding a further novel.)
    -The Boss Is Crazy, Too. Dial, 1963; Allen, 1964
   
LODER, JOHN, BARON WAKEHURST. Born and died in London; served in the British Army; Member of Parliament (House of Commons, then House of Lords); colonial administrator (New South Wales and Northern Ireland). (Adding biographical details for the co-author with Hilary St. George Saunders of the 1935 novel “The Death-Riders” under the joint pseudonym Cornelius Cofyn.)

LONGMATE, NORMAN (RICHARD). 1925-2016. Died in Hampshire, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of five novels in CFIV.)
 
LOWNDES, NATALYA. (Dr.) Sarah Symmons [Sarah Symmons-Goubert], 1942-    . (Correcting the birth year for the author of the 1992 novel “Snow Red” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

LUND, T(RYGVE). 1886-1964. Died in Lachute, Quebec, Canada. (Adding the death date and place for the author of six titles in CFIV.)

LYNCH, JACK. (Adding reprint titles for 1980s novels in CFIV.)
    Bragg’s Hunch. Also published as: The Dead Never Forget. Brash pb, 2014
    The Dead Never Forget; see Bragg’s Hunch
    Monterey. Also published as: Truth or Die. Brash pb, 2015
    San Quentin. Also published as: Speak for the Dead. Brash pb, 2014.
    Sausalito. Also published as: Wake Up and Die. Brash pb, 2014
    Seattle. Also published as: Yesterday Is Dead. Brash pb, 2015
    Speak for the Dead; see San Quentin
    Truth or Die; see Monterey
    Wake Up and Die; see Sausalito
    Yesterday Is Dead; see Seattle

LYNCH, MIRIAM. (Adding the setting of the 1972 novel in CFIV.)
    The Mark of the Rope. [Salem, Massachusetts]

LYONS, ARTHUR (JR.). (Correcting the publisher/date of a British edition.)
    The Killing Floor. Hale, 1983 (not Houghton, London, 1979 as in CFIV.)
   
McDOWELL, PAUL (William). 1931-2016. Pop singer, painter and actor. (Adding middle name, death date and biographical details for the author of the 1987 novel “Dope Opera” in CFIV.)
 
MacILWRAITH, BILL [WILLIAM). 1928-2016. Born in London; died in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1990 play “The Last Gamble” in CFIV.)

MACKENZIE, COLIN. (Adding the settings of the 1973 novel in CFIV.)
    The Pentagon Tapes. [England, Spain]

MACKENZIE, DAVID S(HAW). Born in Easter Ross, Scotland; living in London, England; has been in social work, teaching and painting. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1991 novel “The Truth of Stone” in CFIV.)

MADDEROM, GARY (LEE). Died in Alexandria, Virginia. (Adding the middle name and death place for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)

MARSHALL, ROBERT. Free-lance writer in New York City. (Adding biographical details for the co-author with Victoria Thomas of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Tom Logan.)

MATTHEWS, ANNE McLEAN. Anne Mattocks Strieber, 1946-2015. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1997 novel “The Cave” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

NEEDHAM, JEAN PATRICIA (LUMSDON). Born Jean Patricia Lumsdon in Leeds, England; married in New Zealand ca. 1970. (Correcting the maiden name and adding a biographical detail for the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Rachelle Swift.)

NICHOLS, SARAH. (Adding the settings of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)
    Charity. [England, 1730]
    Fleur. [1800s]
 
NYE, ROBERT. 1939-2016. Died in a hospice near Cork, Ireland. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1990 novel “The Life and Death of My Lord, Gilles de Rais” in CFIV.)

PARSONS, [SIR] RICHARD (EDMUND CLEMENT FOWNES). 1928-2016. Career British diplomat; ambassador to Hungary, Spain an Sweden; playwright; died in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, England. (Adding the death date and place and biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym John Haythorne.)

PAWSON, STUART. 1940-2016. Died in Yorkshire, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of six novels in CFIV.)

PERRY, CAROLYN. (Adding to the setting of the 1999 novel in CFIV.)
    The Pageant Train. [1890s]

PONS, MAURICE. 1925-2016. Died in France. (Adding the death date and place for the author off the 1974 novel “Mademoiselle B” in CFIV.)
 
PRESTON, DOUGLAS and LINCOLN CHILD. (Adding the film version of a 1995 novel in CFIV.)
    Relic. Film: Paramount, 1997 (scw: Amy Jones, John Raffo, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver; dir: Peter Hyams)

RADCLIFFE, JANETTE. Janet Louise Roberts, 1925-1982. (Correcting the death date for the author of four titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

ROBERTS, JANET LOUISE. 1925-1982. (Correcting the death date for the author of numerous titles in CFIV.)

SALISBURY, CAROLA. (Adding setting information for two novels in CFIV.)
    Dark Inheritance. Add [Venice]; correct setting dates to 1845-1851
    The Dolphin Summer. Add [1897]

SANDFORD, JOHN. (Adding the TV movie version of a 1999 novel in CFIV.)
    Certain Prey. TV movie: USA Network, 2011 (scw & dir: Chris Gerolmo)

SAPERSTEIN, ALAN. (Deleting a wrongly listed British edition.)
    Camp. Delete the Houghton London edition (not published).

SEIGRIST, HARRY. Possibly this should be Siegrist, Harry (Ellsworth), 1946-    , a chiropractor in Georgia.. (Adding possible corrected name and date for the co-author of the 1976 Sherlockian pastiche “The Case of the Lost L’s” in CFIV.)

SHAFFER, PETER (LEVIN). 1926-2016. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1973 play “Equus” in CFIV, as well as the 1951 novel “The Woman in the Wardrobe” in CFIV as by Peter and Anthony Shaffer, and the 1952 play “How Doth the Little Crocodile?” co-written with brother Anthony Shaffer under the pseudonym Peter Antony in CFIV.)

SHERBURNE, JAMES (ROBERT). (Deleting a wrongly listed British edition.)
    Death’s Clenched Fist. Delete the Houghton London edition (not published)

SINCLAIR, UPTON (BEALL). (Adding a new title for the author of eight titles in CFIV.)
    100%, the Story of a Patriot. (Author), 1920. U.K. title: The Spy. Laurie, 1920 [San Francisco]
    The Spy; see 100%, the Story of a Patriot

SKOGGARD, BRUNO. (Adding a new title for the author of the 1979 novel “China Hand” in CFIV.)
    The Pentagon Tapes. Pocket Books, 1976 [Washington D.C., future]

SMITH, PENNY. Born in Australia; came to England to do post-graduate work at Oxford University. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Penny Sumner.)

SMYTH, ANGUS (MARK). Research psychologist; director of Ownlee Publishing, Northern Ireland. (Adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “It Wasn’t Me” in CFIV.)

SMYTH, SEAMUS. 1952-    . Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland; went to London at age 15. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “Quinn” in CFIV.)
 
SNODGRESS, G(ERALD?) M. 1928(?)-2003(?). (Adding the probable death date for the author of the 1974 novel “The Crestwood Tapes” in CFIV.)
 
SOLE, LINDA M. Married Granville E. Sole in Cambridgeshire in 1961. (Correcting the husband’s name for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)

SOMERS, SUZANNE. Dorothy Daniels (nee Smith), 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates for the author of six titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

SOMERVILL, J(OHN) W(ILLIAM). Born in Tennessee; graduate of Southwestern College; has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Arkansas; Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Northern Iowa. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1961 novel “Tomorrow’s Call Girls” in CFIV.)
        
SOUBERGE, LEALE. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1943 novel ”Mystery at Wadham Close” in CFIV.)

SOUSA, INNOCENT [INNOCENCIO ANTONIO MARIANO DE SOUSA]. 1879-1962. (Adding the full name and dates of the author of the ca.1925 collection “Twixt Night and Morn” in CFIV.)

SOUTAR, (EDWARD) ANDREW. (Adding settings for novels in CFIV.)
    Back to Eden. [Malaysia]
    -Battling Barker. [England]
    The Master Key. [Canada]
    -Corinthian Days. [England, past]
    -Dear Fools. [Russia]
    -Magpie House. [England]
    Neither Do I Condemn Thee. Adding U.S. edition: Watt, 1925

SOUTH, RICHARD ROSS. 1864-1927. (Correcting the name and adding dates for the author of the 1898 volume “Clifford Mainwaring, Student, and A Mysterious Affair” in CFIV.)

SOUTHERN, J(OHN) W(ILLIAM). 1846-1925. Born in Manchester, England; died in Sydney, Australia. (Adding probable dates and biographical details for the author of the 1888 title “Fannette; or, A Brave Young Woman” in CFIV.)

SPANBAUER, TOM [THOMAS JOSEPH SPANBAUER]. (Adding the full name of the author of the 1988 novel “Faraway Places” in CFIV.)

SPARKS, DOROTHY (ELIZABETH). 1909-1970(?). (Adding a possible death date for the author of the 1944 novel “Nothing As Before” in CFIV.)

SPARKS, TOM [THOMAS JEFFERSON SPARKS]. 1948-2015. Born in New York City; died in Kirkland, Washington. (Adding the full name, death date and biographical details for the author of the 1994 novel “A Toad in a Bottle” in CFIV.)

SPARROW, SUSANNA. 1944-    . (Correcting the spelling of the first name and adding the birth year for the co-author of the 1977 movie novelization “-Martin” in CFIV.)

SPENCER, VALERIE. Raised in the north of England; did leadership development work in Uganda before moving to the U.S.; owns a writing and editing business in California’s Central Valley. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Whisper of Protest” in CFIV.).

SPETZ, STEVEN (N.). Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; graduate in political science from the University of Pittsburgh; served in the military in Italy and Germany and Vietnam; emigrated to Canada in 1968; teaches at MacArthur College of Education in Ontario. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1980s novels in CFIV.)

SPIERING, FRANK (PATRICK). 1938-1997. Died in Riverside, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1981 novel “Berserker” in CFIV.)

SPOUSE, MARY. Correct to: SPROUSE, MARV(IN E., JR.). 1941-   . Airborne ranger who served two tours in Vietnam; professional ghost writer educated at Boston University and Landmark Baptist Theological Seminary; living in Texas. (Correcting the name and adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1980 novel “The Hammerword Technique” in CFIV.)

SPRINGS, JOHN B., III. 1953-    . (Adding the birth year for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

STACK, MAURICE NEVILLE. 1928-2012. Born in Manchester, England; married Mollie Rowe in 1953; newspaper reporter and editor; political commentator and columnist; organized seminars for journalists; died in Donegal, Ireland. (Adding the full name, corrected dates and biographical details for the author of the 1976 novel “The Empty Palace” in CFIV under the pseudonym Ben Barclay.)
 
STALLWOOD, (MAUREEN) VERONICA. Married Roy J. Stogdon in 1962, but reverted to her maiden name after the marriage ended. (Adding biographical details for the author of 10 novels in CFIV.)

STANDER, AARON. Earned a Ph.D. at the University of Michigan; a college Emglish teacher in the Detroit area; later relocated to Interlochen, Michigan. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Summer People” in CFIV.)

STANHOPE, LOUISA SIDNEY. One source gives her birth as 1758; a Louisa Stanhope died in 1839; but another source gives a Louisa Grenville Stanhope, 1758-1829. (Adding biographical details for the author of three 1810-1815 novels in CFIV.)
   
STANTON, LORRAINE. Living in Eastern Pennsylvania and teaching writing at a local college. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1992 novel “Secret Sins” in CFIV.)
 
STANWAY, (DR.) ANDREW (TADEUSZ). 1944-    . (Adding the middle name and confirming the birth year of the author of the 1996 novel “Vaxxine” in CFIV.)

STARK, JAMES. Robert C(onroy) Goldston, 1927-1982. (Adding the death date for the author of the 1962 novel “The Greek Virgin” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

STARR, FRANK. 1938-    . (Adding the birth date given by Cambridge and Oxford libraries for the author of the 1983 collection “Tales of Mystery” in CFIV, although the author is not listed as such in British birth records.)

STARR, HELEN UPSHAW. 1928-1978. Born in Louisiana; studied at Louisiana Polytechnic Institute and the New School for Social Research in Manhattan; ran restaurants with second husband Joh Notarangelo; died in Boston. (Deleting question marks on the dates and adding biographical details for the author of the 1974 novel “The Return of Jennifer” in CFIV under the pseudonym Helen Upshaw.)

STEARN, MARTHA. Doctor and daughter of writer Jess Stearn, 1914-2002, q.v. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

STEELE, HELEN M. 1901-1987. Born Helen Mar Babson in Mojave, California; married Charles Ishmael Steele in 1927; died in Los Angeles. (Adding dates and biographical details for the co-author with Jack Steele of the 1952 novel "The Forbidden Room" in CFIV under the pseudonym Jaclen Steele.)

STEELE, JACK. Pseudonym of Charles Ishmael Steele, 1904-1974. Born in England; died in Los Angeles. (Adding the real name and dates for the co-author with Helen M. Steele of the 1952 novel “The Forbidden Room” in CFIV under the pseudonym Jaclen Steele.)

STEELE, LLOYD C(AMERON?). 1882(?)-1955(?). Born in Plympton, Lambton, Ontario, Canada. (Adding the probable middle name and dates for the co-author with Robert Henry Todd of the 1945 collection “True Murder and Mysteries” in CFIV.)
 
STEINER, ROBERT. Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of the 1988 novel “-Matinee” in CFIV.)

STELLA, CHARLES. Served as a naval aviator in Vietnam. (Deleting the middle name, birth year, and reference citation for the author of the 1990 novel “Blue Lightning” in CFIV.)

STEPHEN, ALISTAIR M(ACAULAY?). 1914-2000(?). (Adding a possible middle name and death date for the author of the 1994 novel ”The Ultimate Solution” in CFIV.)
 
STEPHENS, KAY. Born and brought up in the West Riding of Yorkshire; started her working life as a librarian; member of the Romance Novelists Association. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1977 novel “Master of Masterton” in CFIV.)
 
STEPHENS, MARC. (Adding information about the 1949 novel in CFIV.)
    Fat Men Laugh at Murder. This may well not exist, as no trace of it can now be found.

STEUER, ARTHUR (HENRY, JR.). 1929-2002. Born in Cleveland, Ohio; attended Gordon Military Academy and graduated from Duke University; wrote televison plays, movie scripts and magazine articles; crippled with arthritis by age 40; died in Kandy, Sri Lanka. (Confirming the death date, adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of the 1956 novel “The Terrible Swift Sword” in CFIV.)

STEVEN, DANIEL. Lawyer with a JD from Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri; lives in the Washington D.C. area. (Adding biographical details for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)

STEVENS, BROOKE (C.). 1957-    . (Confirming the birth year of the author of the 1994 novel “The Circus of the Earth and the Air” in CFIV.)

STEVENS, GORDON. (Deleting the incorrect and undated title in CFIV.)
    All the King’s Men. Delete

STEVENS, (CLIFFORD JOHN) AUSTIN. 1920-1991. Note: The CA entry confuses him with an American born in 1827 and died in 1920, but gives birth and marriage details correctly. (Adding the full name and death date of the author of the 1963 novel “-The Antagonists” in CFIV.)

STEVENSON, DONALD V. 1932-2006. (Adding the death date for the author of the 2000 novel “Not So Innocent” in CFIV.)       

STEVENSON, FLORENCE. (Adding the series character for a 1977 novel in CFIV.)
    The Horror from the Tombs. SC: Kitty Telefair

STEVENSON, GEORGE. Pseudonym of a woman writer. (Identifying the byline and adding the setting of the 1913 novel in CFIV.)
    -Topham’s Folly. [England]
 
STEVENSON, HELEN. Grew up in the north of England; studied Modern Languages at Oxford University; literary agent and editor turned writer; living in London or the south of France. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1995 novel “Pierrot Lunaire” in CFIV.)

STEWARD, SALLY (BERNATHY). 1945-    .  Born Sally C. Bernathy in Oklahoma; educated at the University of Missouri; married Max R. Steward in 1986. (Correcting the birth year and adding the maiden name and biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel “Lovers and Liars” in CFIV.)

STEWART, DONALD. Oxford University associates this byline with Donald Ogden Stewart, 1894-1980, author and screen writer, born in Columbus, Ohio and died in London, England. (Adding information about the author of the 1943 novel “Wings of Wrath” in CFIV.)

STEWART, DOUGLAS (LINDSAY). (Correcting the middle name spelling of the author of three novels in CFIV, as well as three more under the pseudonym Cameron Ross.)

STEWART, ED(WARD JOHN, JR.). Born in Los Angeles; spent 15 years in pastoral ministry; editor, education specialist and novelist; living in Hillsboro, Oregon. (Adding the full name and biographical details for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

STEWART, GEOFF. Tutor in Legal Methods and Systems, University of Canberra, Australia. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1996 novel “The Kokoda Club” in CFIV.)

STEWART, GRANT. Born in Scotland; living in London, England. (Adding biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

STEWART, JAMES. 1908-1997. (Adding the dates as given in OCLC for the author of at least one of three titles, “Spies Over France” in CFIV; however, the dates are almost certainly wrong; also adding detail for the 1946 novel in CFIV.)
    Spies Over France. (Intended for younger readers.)

STEWART, KATE. (Adding the setting for the 1992 novel in CFIV.)
    -The Devil’s Cradle. [New York]

STEWART, LEONE. Apparently born Elaine I. Burke, married Alan S. Ward in 1967, and may be the Elaine Ward, born 26 May 1920,  who died in Bradford, England in 1982. (Adding possible biographical details for the co-author with sister Aileen Burke of three titles in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

STICKNEY, MARY E(TTA SMITH). 1853-1935(?). (Adding a possible death date for the author of the 1891 novel “Circumstantial Evidence” in CFIV.)

STITT, DAVID E(ERNEST HAMILTON). 1893-1981. Born in England; emigrated to Hawaii in 1919; died in Rutherford, New Jersey. (Adding the full name, confirming the dates, and adding biographical details for the author of the 1967 novel “The Stars of Evil” in CFIV.)

STOHLMAN, RICHARD (HENRY?). 1928(?)-2004(?). (Adding the possible full name and dates for the author of the 1976 novel “An Overflowing Rain” in CFIV.)

STOKES, DAVID W. 1951-    . (Adding the birth year for the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym David Hayward.)

STONE, CAROLYN. Has been a trainee nurse and free-lance journalist. (Correcting the first name spelling and adding biographical details for the author of the 1998 novel “In from the Cold” in CFIV.)

STONE, DAVID. Delete. (Deleting the entry for two 1990s novels, “The Medusa Seed” and “Wetworks”, which are duplicates of those correctly included in the Dave Stone entry.)

STONE, ERIC (LEWIS). (Correcting the middle name of the author of the 1996 novel “In a Heartbeat” in CFIV.)

STONE, HARRY (E. M.) 1928-    . (Adding the middle initials and corrected birth year for the author of the 1991 collection “The Casebook of Sherlock Doyle” in CFIV.)

STONE, MARIE. 1939-    . (Adding the birth year for the author of the 1985 novel “A Little Murder” in CFIV.)

STONE, MICHAEL. Newspaper reporter for the Dallas Morning News, then a private detective in Denver. (Adding biographical details for the author of four 1990s novels in CFIV.)

STONE, RICHARD. 1913-1991. (Adding the death date of the author of the 1992 collection ”Mysteries Suspended” in CFIV.)

STONE, RIDLEY (DRAPER, JR.). 1902-1977. Born in Nashville, Tennessee; died in Berkeley, California. (Confirming the dates and adding biographical details for the author of the 1975 Sherlockian pastiche “Strangers in Paradise” in CFIV.)

STOREY, ANTHONY. Last name sometimes–as in his birth record and first marriage record–given as Story. (Adding details about the spelling of his last name.)
 
STOW, (JULIAN) RANDOLPH. 1935-2010. (Adding the death date for the author of two novels in CFIV.)

STOWE, FRED (GREENWOOD). 1882-1944. Born in Halifax, England; died in Kensington, London. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1931 novel"The Castaway Champion" in CFIV.)

STRANGE, JEREMY. (Adding the setting of the 1944 novel in CFIV.)
    Tragedy on a Trooper. [ship]

STRIEBER, ANNE MATTOCKS. 1946-2015. Died in Santa Monica, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of the 1997 novel “The Cave” in CFIV under the pseudonym Anne McLean Matthews.)

STRINGAM, GEORGE M. Living In Taber, Alberta, Canada. (Adding more specific detail about the author of the 2000 novel “The Lottery” in CFIV.)

STRINGER, DAVID. Had numerous broadcasts for the BBC, author of plays for the theatre and a television play “Touch Wood,” later filmed as “Almost a Nasty Accident”. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1985 novel “The Yesterday Man” in CFIV.)

STROUP, WILLIAM. 1903(?)-1966(?). (Adding possible dates for the author of the 1965 novel “The Mark of Pak San Ri” in CFIV.)

STRUBLE, STANLEY L(EROY). Graduate of Father Flanagan’s Boys Home in Nebraska; earned a Masters Degree from Kansas State University; teacher, writer and youth counselor. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Filth Eater” in CFIV.)

STUART, AUGUSTA AMELIA. (Adding the setting of the 1812 novel in CFIV.)
    The Cava of Toledo; or, The Gothic Princess. [Spain]

STUART, ROBERT. (Adding another title for the author of the 1935 novel “Duncan Ross–Detective Sergeant” in CFIV.)
    Captain Maroon. Unwin, 1905 [ship]

STUBBINGTON, COLIN. (Adding a title and series character in the two 1980s novels in CFIV.)
    -Blood Deep. SC: Ralph Caradoc
    -The Blood Price. MacDonald, 1983 SC: Ralph Caradoc [WWI, ship]

STUCKART, DIANE A(LEXA) S(MART). Born in Lubbock, Texas; graduate in journalism from the University of Oklahoma; living in Florida. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1997 novel “Roses at Midnight” in CFIV under the pseudonym Alexa Smart; author of post-2000 mysteries as Ali Brandon and Diane A. S. Stuckart.)
    
STURROCK, (JAMES) DUDLEY. 1882-1952. Born in Westminster, London, England; died in Kent. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of two titles in CFIV.)

SUE, BRENDA [BRENDA SUE HEALY]. An electrologist/esthetician who owned a large day spa for 32 years; author of mystery/comedy dinner theatre shows; living in Pepperell, Massachusetts. (Adding biographical details and correcting the title of the 2000 novel in CFIV.)
    Web of Deceit. (Corrected title.)

SULE, LEON. Possibly the pseudonym of Thomas A. Fagan, 1845-1909, a lawyer who served in the Confederate Army under General Price, was admitted to the bar in Missouri and later went to Downey, California. (Adding the possible identify of the author of the 1892 novel “Marshall Mars” in CFIV.)

SULLIVAN, BETTY. (Adding a note about the availability of the 1975 novel in CFIV.)
    Sudden Steps. Probably does not exist; no trace can now be found.

SULLIVAN, (ALICE?) VIRGINIA. 1902(?)-1979(?). (Adding a possible first name and dates for the author of the 1929 novel “Permanent Wave” in CFIV.)

SULLIVAN, TIM(OTHY D.) 1933-2005. (Adding the full first name and dates for the author of the 1979 novel “Glitter Street” in CFIV.)
 
SUMMERFIELD, DAN(IEL RONALD). 1937-2011. Born and died in Michigan; U.S. Army Veteran and former radio and television personality. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “A Death in the Chambers” in CFIV.)

SUMMERS, BARBARA (GENE). 1944-2014. Born in Springfield, Massachusetts; earned a B.A. degree at the University of Pennsylvania; had a long and successful career as a fashion model; later taught English at Hostos Community College; died in New York City. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1994 novel “The Price You Pay” in CFIV.)
 
SUMMERS, RICHARD (ALDRICH). 1906-1969. (Confirming the death date for the author of the 1949 novel “-Vigilante” in CFIV.)

SUNDERLAND, KAYE. Probable pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for two 1930s novels in CFIV, for which no person of that name can be found.)

SUTHERLAND, DEE. Pseudonym of Edith Sutherland, 1916-2001. Died in Somerset, England (Adding the real name and dates of the author of the 1992 novel “A Heart in Waiting” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
.
SUTHERLAND, EDITH. 1916-2001. (Adding the real name and dates of the author of the 1992 novel “A Heart in Waiting” in CFIV under the pseudonym Dee Sutherland.)
 
SUTHERLAND, GRANT. 1960-    . (Adding the birth year of the author of three 1990s novels in CFIV.)

SUTTON, PHOEF. Pseudonym/nickname of Robert Christopher Sutton, 1958-   . (Adding further information about the byline of the 1998 novel “Always Six O’Clock” in CFIV.)

SUYKER, BETTY. Journalist who has worked for Time and Newsweek. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1981 novel “Death Scene” in CFIV.)

SWAIM, DON(ALD L.). Born in Kansas; graduate in broadcast journalism from Ohio State University; living in Pennsylvania. (Adding the full name and further biographical details for the author of the 1988 novel “The H. L. Mencken Murder Case” in CFIV.)

SWAIM, LAWRENCE (JOSEPH). (Adding the middle name of the author of the 1980 novel “The Killing” in CFIV.)

SWAN. SUSAN. Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of the 1993 novel “-The Wives of Bath” in CFIV.)
   
SWANSON, DONALD (ANDREW). Best known as a film producer and director; his “African Jim” was the first African black feature-length film. (Adding biographical details and a further title for the author of the ca.1956 collection “Highveld, Lowveld and Jungle” in CFIV.)
    Freedom Killers. Davies, 1961 [South Africa]

SWARTZ, L(AWRENCE) DON. 1959-    . Has a B.A. in Theatre Education from Concordia University, Illinois, and an M.A. in Theater and English from the State University of New York in Buffalo; Artistic Director of the Ghostlight Theatre in North Tonawanda, New York. (Adding the first name, birth year, and biographical details for the author of two plays in CFIV..

SWAZEE, RUTH. Probably a pseudonym, unless the Ruth Swazee (mostly spelled Swayze) born in Indiana on 11/30/1917 and dying as Ruth Swayze Graves on 7/24/2001 was the author. (Adding information about the author of the 1979 novel “A Time of Night” in CFIV.)

SWIFT, HELEN P(RUITT). 1913-2004. Born in Decatur, Illinois; died in Holmes Beach, Florida; a librarian. (Adding dates and biographical details for the co-author of three Sherlockian pastiches in CFIV.)

SWIFT, PAUL. (Correcting the title of a 1949 novel in CFIV, there given as Sinner at Sea.)
    Sinners at Sea.

SWIFT, RACHELLE. Jean Patricia Lumsdon Needham. (Correcting the maiden name of the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

SYED, KAREN LYNN. 1968-    . (Adding the middle name and correcting the birth year for the author of the 1998 novel “Moonlight for Maggie” in CFIV as by Alexis Hart and the 2000 novel “Crazy for You” in CFIV as by Karen L. Williams.)

SYLVESTER, MARTIN (RICHARD). 1933-2004. Architect, furniture designer, crime writer; born in Uxbridge, England; died in France. (Adding the middle name, dates and biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV.)

SYMMONS, (DR.) SARAH [SARAH SYMMONS-GOUBERT]. 1942-    . Ref: CA. (Correcting the birth date and adding a reference citation for the author of the 1992 novel “Snow Red” in CFIV under the pseudonym Natalya Lowndes.)

T-, ELLEN. (Adding the setting of the 1842 novel in CFIV, and a further title by this author.)
    Emily Percy; or, The Heiress of Sackville. [England]
    -Rosa Sommerville; or, A Husband’s Mystery and a Wife’s Devotion. Lloyd, 1847 [England]

TAFT, ROB(ERT ANTHONY). Former diplomat who has lived and worked in over seventy-five countries; taught at the University of South Florida and directed its international business center; living in North Carolina. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Leaders of the City” in CFIV.)

TAIT, MICHAEL. Living in Horsham, Sussex, England, at the time of the book. (Adding a biographical detail for the author of the 1986 novel “The Long Arm of the Funny Men” in CFIV.)

TAKACH, TOM [THOMAS J. TAKACH]. 1957-    . Living in St. Petersburg, Florida. (Adding the birth date and residence of the co-author of two Sherlockian pastiches in CFIV.)

TANJONG. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1939 novel “The Scarlet Bee” in CFIV.)

TAPNER, VIC(TOR D.). Financial Times journalist and poet, turned full time writer. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1988 novel “Cold Rain” in CFIV.)

TASKER, PETER (D.). Born in Swansea, Wales; graduate in English Literature from Oxford University. (Adding further biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV, and a series character for one of them.)
    Silent Thunder. SC: Kazuo Mori
 
TATE, SYLVIA [SYLVIA EVELYN TATE BATES]. 1919-2005. Born in Illinois; educated at Ahrens Trade School in Louisville; married musician Bill Bates; lived with him for a time in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles. (Adding corrected dates and biographical details for the author of two novels in CFIV; the death record gives a 1923 birth date but this appears to be wrong, based on the birth record and the LOC record, perhaps because her publisher wanted to make younger than she was.)

TATHAM, JAMES. Worked as a fitter and welder; served in the Australian Army in Vietnam; living in northern New South Wales, Australia. (Adding biographical details for the author of five novels in CFIV.)
 
TAUBE, BERNIE. Computer specialist with a degree in Economics from the University of Maryland; served three years in the U.S. Army; living in Ellicott City, Maryland. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Rights of Stone” in CFIV.)

TAVERN, MAX. Probably a pseudonym as no one of this name can be found. (Identifying the byline of the 1932 novel “The Race Gang King” in CFIV).

TAYLOR, ALISON G(WYNETH). (Adding the middle name of the author of four novels in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, CHAD. Born in Auckland, New Zealand. (Adding a biographical detail for the author of the 2000 novel “Shirker” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, DON. 1940-    . Living in County Durham, England, and working as a water bailiff. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 1998 novel “-Dirty Laundry” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, EDWARD (C.). Born in Thorpe Bay, Essex, England, in 1931; graduate of Cambridge University; worked for the BBC for 36 years, authoring more than 2000 radio programs; living in Hampstead, London. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1992 play “Murder by Misadventure” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, ELIZABETH. 1809(?)-1879. (Adding a possible birth year for the author of the 1868 novel “Blindpits” in CFIV under Anonymous.)

TAYLOR, (IRENE) ELSPETH (ARTHUR).     -1993. Died in Turramurra, New South Wales; birth date in Cape Town, South Africa not traced, but probably 1895-1910; never married. (Adding the full name and death date and place for the author of the 1967 novel “Second Thursday” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, GORDON (E.). Served as a teacher of English with the Peace Corps in Turkey; living in Seattle, Washington. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1975 novel “Place of the Dawn” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, JEAN (M.). 1947-2010. Died in San Francisco. (Adding the death date and place for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, JOHN M. Attended Depauw University, then did newspaper work in Springfield, Massachusetts. (Adding biographical details for the co-author with Charles Felton Pidgin of the 1912 collection “The Chronicles of Quincy Adams Sawyer, Detective” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, SYBIL H. Holds a Ph.D. in Pharmacy; working as a pharmacist with the Veterans Health Administration in Atlanta, Georgia. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Friendly Betrayal” in CFIV.)
 
TAYLOR, TIERNEY C(LARTRICE). 1967-    . (Adding the middle name and corrected birth date for the author of the 2000 novel “The Secret Society” in CFIV.)

TAYLOR, WILLIAM (ROBIN). 1928-2015. Died in Taumarunui, New Zealand. (Adding the middle name and death date and place for the author of three 1970s novels in CFIV.)

TAYLOR-DEX, PATRICIA. 1942-    . Born on a farm near Columbia, Missouri; attended the University of Missouri; began her writing career while living in Mallorca; now living in Florida and Venezuela. (Adding the birth year and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The Power Brokers” in CFIV, and reprint information for the book.)
    The Power Brokers. Also published as “Ice Maiden and Silver Fox” in 2005 as by Patricia T(aylor) Dexheimer.

TEASDALE, ROLAND. 1922(?)-1989(?) or 1923(?)-1998(?). (Adding the real name and possible dates for the author of the 1986 novel “The Galahad Club” in CFIV under the pseudonym Mark Tyler.)
 
TEMPEST, JACK. (Adding a title for the author of the 1921 novel “-Love and the Legion” in CFIV.)   
    The Moonstrikers; or, Double-Dyed Traitor. Aldine pb, ca.1908

TEMPLE, RICHARD. Living in Hove, England, ca.1970; no other information found. (Adding biographical detail for the author of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)

TERRISS, PERCEVAL. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1933 novel “Two in the Morning” in CFIV.)

THANE, DONALD. Pseudonym of Harry Weston, ca.1870-1908. (Adding the real name and dates for the author of the 1908 novel “A Bishop’s Plight” in CFIV, as well as an apparent earlier edition of that work.)
    A Bishop’s Plight. Cardiff Publishing (Wales), 1907

THAROOR, SHASHI. (Correcting the first name spelling of the author of the 1990 collection “The Five Dollar Smile and other stories” in CFIV.)

THAYER, GERALDINE. Dorothy Daniels (nee Smith), 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates for the author of the 1961 novel “The Dark Rider” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

THINNES, THOMAS A(RTHUR). 1939-2004. Noted criminal defense attorney, born in Selma, Indiana; died in Phoenix, Arizona; graduate of Arizona State University, with a law degree from the University of Arizona. (Adding the death date and biographical details for the author of the 1990 novel “The System” in CFIV.)
 
THOITS, ALVIN T(RUE). 1858-1929. Died in East Grand Rapids, Michigan. (Adding the corrected dates and place of death for the co-author with Bert Leston Taylor of the 1896 novel “Under Three Flags” in CFIV.)

THOMAS, DAVID M. 1958-    . (Adding the birth year for the author of the 1998 novel “Anger’s Violin” in CFIV.)

THOMAS, ELSMOOR. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline for the 1994 collection “Finch Investigates” in CFIV.)

THOMAS, H(ENRY) W(ILTON). 1861-1930. Born in Rochelle, New York; a reporter on New York newspapers; died in Florence, Italy. (Correcting the dates and adding biographical details for the author of the 1927 novel ”The Long Shadow” in CFIV.)

THOMAS, MAUD M(AY). 1877-1957. (Correcting the birth date of the author of the 1954 novel “Wait Long, Wait Still” in CFIV.)

THOMAS, P(ENELOPE) J. Living in California. (Adding a biographical detail and the setting of the 1990 novel in CFIV.)
    -Passion’s Child. [England]

THOMAS, PAULINE. Works in international marketing. (Adding a biographical detail for the author of the 1997 novel “Birthright” in CFIV.)

THOMAS, RALPH. (Adding the setting of the 1997 novel in CFIV.)
    Extreme Flashbacks. [Chicago, 1968]

THOMAS, ROB [ROBERT JAMES THOMAS]. Ref: CA. (Adding the full name and reference citation for the author of three 1990s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Everett Owens.)     

THOMAS, VICTORIA. ca.1951-   . Freelance writer living in Denver, Colorado. (Adding the approximate birth date and biographical details for the co-author with Robert Marshall of four novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Tom Logan.)

THOMPSON, ANN LORRAINE. 1931-   . (Adding the birth year of the author of four 1970s novels in CFIV.)

THOMPSON, ARTHUR. (Adding a title for the author of the 1960 novel “The Starved” in CFIV.)
    A Dog’s Death. Barker, 1961

THOMPSON, (PAULA) CARLENE. Ref: CA. (Adding the first name and a reference citation for the author of six novels in CFIV.)

THOMPSON, FRANK. 1871-1942. Born in Kentucky; died in Arkansas; his wife was Tizzie Belle (Thompson), to whom he dedicated his book. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 1920 novel “The Transgressor” in CFIV.)

THOMPSON, G(LADYS) CORRIE. 1893-1960. Born in Fylde, Blackpool, England; probably the Gladys C. Thompson who died in Bromley, Kent. (Adding biographical details and death date and place for the author of the 1934 novel “The Girl Who Dared “ in CFIV.)

THOMPSON, JANE. Byline apparently spelled thus for the Australian edition but Thomson for the British edition. (Adding byline information for the author of the 1979 play “Sexton Blake and the Missing Millions” in CFIV.)

THOMPSON, JOSIAH. (Adding the setting for the 1988 autobiographical novel “Gumshoe” in CFIV.)   
    Gumshoe. [San Francisco]

THOMPSON, MARCELLA (D.). 1941(?)-    . (Adding the probable birth year for the co-author with sister Paula Thompson of the 1984 novel “Rainbow Ribbon” in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Pamela Thompson.)

THOMPSON, STEVE(N). SC: Jim and Eve Clark. (Adding the series characters for the two titles in CFIV.)

THOMPSON, THOMAS. 1837-1889. Born in Wigton, England; died in Workington; author, journalist and editor of the Maryport Advertiser. (Adding the dates and the setting and original publication of the title in CFIV.)
    The Hidden Witness [1820s] (Originally published in Cockermouth, Cumbria, England, in 1872.)

THOMPSON, THOMAS M(ATTHEW). 1960–1991(?). (Adding a probable death date for the author of the 1986 novel “Peace in the Streets” in CFIV.)

THOREAU, DAVID (CONRAD). Born in Los Angeles; novelist and television scriptwriter; living in Laguna Niguel, California. (Adding biographical details for the author of five novels in CFIV.)   

THORNE, NICHOLAS. (Adding the setting of the 1987 novel in CFIV.)
    Moneychain. [Channel Islands]

THORNTON, CHARLES (MELVIN?). 1852(?)-1934(?). (Adding a possible middle name and dates for the author of the 1891 novel “The Story of the Fast Mail” in CFIV.)

THORNTON, FRANCIS JOHN. (Adding the series character for the 1978 novel in CFIV.)
    The Snake Harvest. SC: Dr. Ian Blakely

THORPE, EDWARD (R). Former actor, novelist, Evening Standard dance critic; married to Gillian (Elizabeth) Freeman, 1929-    , q.v. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1972 novel “The Night I Caught the Santa Fe Chief” in CFIV.)

THORPE, VICTOR. Born in Calabar, Nigeria; served in World War II; librarian, bibliophile and writer. (Adding biographical details for the author of five titles in CFIV.)
 
THURLO, AIMEE (SALCEDO). 1951-2014. Died in Corrales, New Mexico. (Adding the death date and place for the author of numerous novels in CFIV.)

THURLOE, JOHN. 1944(?)-    . (Adding a possible birth date for the author of the 1999 novel “Richenda’s Mirror” in CFIV.)

THURLOW, HENRY (FREDERICK). 1874-1954. (Adding the middle name and dates for the author of the 1916 novel in CFIV, as well as the setting of the novel.)
    The Master Scoundrel. [England]

TIBBENHAM, DON(ALD ALFRED). 1910-2001. (Deleting the question marks on the name and dates for the author of the 1989 novel “John York Noble–Spy Catcher–Crisis U.K.” in CFIV.)

TIBBLE, MARY (F.) 1957-   . Retired to West Sussex due to ill health. (Adding biographical details and the birth date for the author of the 1999 novel “Desires of Innocence” in CFIV.)
 
TIERNEY, PAT(RICIA E.). 1926-2015. Born in Albany, New York; graduate of Brown University; copywriter in the advertising business; retired as copywriter at Avon Products; died in New York City. (Correcting the birth year and adding the death year and biographical details for the author of the 1972 novel “The Powers of Lismara” in CFIV.)

TIMLETT, PETER VALENTINE. 1933-2013. Was living in Canterbury, Kent, England. (Adding the death date and probable death place for the author of the 1974 novel “-The Seedbearers” in CFIV.)

TIMMS, KATHLEEN. (Adding information about a 1987 title in CFIV.)
    Society’s Child. Never actually issued, as the publisher went under; the same fate befell her third mystery novel “Letters to the Judge.”

TIRBUTT, HONORIA. Birth listed as Hanoria Mahoney, though her last name was sometimes given as O’Mahoney. (Adding further biographical details for the author of numerous novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Emma Page.)
 
TOBIN, BRIAN (WILLIAM?). 1952(?)-    . (Adding a probable middle name and birth year for the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV.)

TODD, DIANE K(AY). 1955-    . (Confirming the middle name and birth date of the author of two 1990s novels in CFIV and adding the setting of one of them.)
    Shadow Wind. [California]
 
TODD, IAN MENZIES. Apparently died in San Jose, Costa Rica; date not found. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1976 novel ”Ghosts of the Assassins” in CFIV.)

TODD, MARILYN. Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of six novels in CFIV.)

TOGAWA, MASAKO. 1931-2016. (Correcting the birth date and adding the death date and TV film adaptations for the author of four novels in CFIV.)
    The Lady Killer. Film: Japan, 1969, as Lie Ren (scw & dir: Ko Nakahira). TV movie: Japan, 1983, we Ryojin Nikki (scw: Kanji Yasumoto; dir: Takashi Nomura)
    The Master Key. TV movie: Japan, 1989, as Oinaru Gen’ei (scw: Kaneto Shindo; dir: Minoru Matsushima)
     
TOMERLIN, JOHN (EDWIN). 1930-2014. Born in Los Angeles; died in Long Beach, California. (Adding the death date and place for the author of two novels in CFIV as well as one, “Run from the Hunter,” in CFIV with Charles Beaumont under the joint pseudonym Keith Grantland.)

TOMIN, ZDENA. (Adding the setting of the 1987 novel in CFIV.)
    The Coast of Bohemia. [Prague, Czechoslovakia]

TOMLINSON, MARION. ca.1869-1934(?). (Adding the possible death date for the author of the 1926 novel “The Beloved Sinner” in CFIV.)

TONER, MICHAEL (J.). 1944-    . (Adding the birth year of the author of the 1997 novel “Seeing the Light” in CFIV.)

TORRE, STEPHEN. (Adding the setting of the 1909 novel in CFIV.)
    The Blot. [England]

TOURNEY, LEONARD (DON). Later teaching at Brigham Young University in Utah. (Updating the biographical details of the author of eight novels in CFIV.)

TOWNLEY, PAMELA. 1947-    . (Adding the real name of the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Vanessa Fox.)

TOWNLEY, PATRICIA. Delete. (Wrongly identified in CFIV as the real name of the author of two novels in CFIV under the pseudonym Vanessa Fox.)

TOWNSEND, PAUL S(COTT). 1923-    .  Living in Lexington, Kentucky. (Correcting the birth date and adding a biographical detail for the author of the 2000 novel “Whatever Happened to Adam?“ in CFIV.)

TRAINA, VINCENZO (L.?). 1924(?)-2011(?). (Adding a possible middle initial and dates for the author of the 1991 novel “The Ides of August” in CFIV.)

TREE, TRAVERS. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the 1925 novel “Out of the Cup” in CFIV.)

TRELAWNEY, AL. (Correcting the spelling of the author’s name as well as the title of the 1947 novel in CFIV listed as London Lady.)
    -Lowdown Lady. (Title correction.)

TREMAYNE, RAYMOND (FAULKNOR). 1900-1986. Born in Wandsworth, London, England; died in Worthing, Sussex. (Correcting the middle name and adding biographical details for the only likely candidate as author of the 1924 novel “Some Rogues and Daphne” in CFIV.)

TRENCH, JASON. Pseudonym of a staff writer at The Economist magazine. (Further identifying the byline for the author of two 1980s novels in CFIV.)

TREVOR, CHARLES. Pseudonym of Edward Ivo Medhurst Barrett, 1879-1950. Born in Farnham, England; well-known Hampshire cricketer; Commissioner of the Shanghai Municipal Police 1907-1929; died in Bournemouth, England. (Adding a new entry, not in CFIV.)
    Drums of Asia. Lovat Dickson, 1934 [Shanghai, Afghanistan]
 
TRIGOBOFF, JOSEPH (DAVID). (Adding a series character for the 1990 novel in CFIV; he reappeared in 2002 in “The Shooting Gallery.”)
    The Bone Orchard. SC: Alvin Yablonsky

TRINCHIERI, CAMILLA. Ref: CA. (Adding a reference citation for the author of seven novels in CFIV under the pseudonyms Camilla T. Crespi and Trella Crespi.)

TROLLOPE, FRANK. (Adding the settings of the 1871 and 1867 novels in CFIV.)
    The Mark Man. [England]
    -The Rival Doctors. [England]
   
TROOPER. Pseudonym of a retired former British Military Intelligence Officer and former member of the Queen’s Personal Bodyguard. SC: Nyles St. John Hawkspurr, in all titles. (Adding further biographical details for the author of four novels in CFIV, and correcting the name of the series character.)

TROW, M(EIRION) J(AMES). (Adding more specific setting dates for novels in CFIV.)
    Brigade. [1894]
    Lestrade and the Gift of the Prince. [1903]
    Lestrade and the Hallowed House. [1901]
    Lestrade and the Sawdust Ring. [1879]
    Lestrade and the Sign of Nine. [1886]

TROWBRIDGE, J(OHN) T(OWNSEND). (Adding the setting of the 1866 novel in CFIV.)
    -Lucy Arlyn. [England]

TRULUCK, BOB [ROBERT OWEN TRULUCK]. (Adding a series character for the 2000 novel in CFIV; character also reappeared in 2003 in “Saw Red” and in 2014 in “Flat White.”)
     Street Level. SC: Duncan Sloan

TUCKER, ERNEST (SCOTT). Born in Bermuda; graduate in English literature of Sir George Williams College, Montreal; reporter in Bermuda and for the Toronto Telegram and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; taught at John Abbot College, Montreal, for 36 years.. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1995 novel “Underworld Dwellers” in CFIV.)

TULLIS, GEORGE (R.?), 1919(?)-2002(?). (Adding a possible middle initial and dates for the co-author of two Sherlockian pastiches in CFIV.)

TURNBULL, WILLIAM. 1922-2012. A Rotarian who lived in Toronto, Canada. (Adding dates and biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “The Scorpion of Empendwe” in CFIV.)

TURNER, ANTHONY (ROGER). Journalist, English teacher and advertising executive who came to Australia in 1971 and turned to full-time writing.  (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1983 novel “An Unholy Trinity” in CFIV.)

TURNER, BESSIE (A.) [ELIZABETH A. TURNER]. ca.1851-    . (Adding biographical details and the setting of an 1875 novel in CFIV.)
    A Woman in the Case. [England]

TURNER, DAVID. Born in Glasgow, Scotland; living in London and working for The Guardian. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “Fragile State” in CFIV.)

TURNER, LYNN M(ACKENZIE). Has a degree in Business Administration; living in Nova Scotia, Canada. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Last Resort” in CFIV.)

TURVIN, MARK S. P. Has a B.A. in Dramatic Arts and MFA in Creative Writing; playwright, actor and director; theatre reviewer. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1996 novel “The Foul Ball” in CFIV.)

TUSTIN, GORDON. (Adding information about the 1997 novel in CFIV.)
    Monarch Files. Although an Internet search of author and title scores a few hits, it was apparently never actually published, as no copies can be found and no listing is on COPAC (combined catalog of UK and Irish libraries).
 
TWIN, GRANFORD. Pseudonym. (Identifying the byline of the author of the 1917 novel “Cakes and Kicks” in CFIV.)

TWOHY, MARJORIE (MAUK). Born in North Dakota; retired technical writer and teacher who lived and worked in Silicon Valley for 30 years. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 2000 novel “Liontech” in CFIV.)

TYGER, THOMAS. Pseudonym of Charles Robert Gatewood, 1942-2016. Born in Elgin, Illinois; died in San Francisco; photographer, artist and educator. (Adding the real name, dates, and biographical details for the author of the 1987 novel “Hellfire” in CFIV.)

TYLER, ELIZABETH COWLEY. Has degrees in English Literature (Elmira College) and French (Middlebury College); has lived in London and Paris; traveled widely; painter and writer; living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Adding biographical details for the author of three novels in CFIV.)

TYLER, MARK. Pseudonym of Roland Teasdale, 1922(?)-1989(?) or 1923(?)-1998(?). (Adding the real name and possible dates for the author of the 1986 novel “The Galahad Club” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)
 
TYRELL, PATRICK. Author is stated on his book to be “of the Chicago Police,” but a Patrick Tyrell was Chief of Secret Service in Chicago with possible dates 1831-1920. (Adding biographical information and possible dates for the author of the 1889 novel “The Robber King” in CFIV.)

UHERNIK, NIK. Pseudonym of Nicholas Cain, 1954-    , q.v. (Adding the real name of the author of the 1989 novel “Kill Orbit” in CFIV under the house name Dick Stivers.)

ULASI, ADAORA LILY. 1932-2016. Died in Canterbury, Kent, England. (Adding the death date and place for the author of five novels in CFIV.)

ULDRICH, JOHN. Born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota; graduate in political science from St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota; served in the Marines; co-founder and CEO of Vexilar, a sonar development firm in the 1960s; has several commercial pilot ratings. (Adding further biographical details for the author, adding the series character for the 2000 novel in CFIV, and adding the first U.S. edition.)
    Fifth Force Assembling. Add U.S. edition: Nystrom, 2002. SC: Caleb Quinn (also in two other novels published overseas)   

ULLMAN, ALBERT E(DWARD). (Adding the setting of the 1955 novel “Hoodlum Alley” in CFIV; this is not the same as “The Kidnappers,” as wrongly indicated in CFIV.)
    Hoodlum Alley. [New York City]

ULRICH, ANN CAROL. Born Ann Carol Schumacher in Madison, Wisconsin and lived in Manona, Wisconsin; married Jeff Ulrich and obtained B.A. in English at Michigan State University; moved to Colorado; married Ethan Miller in 2001; started a learning center in Pagosa Springs, Colorado; last living in Forks, Washington. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1999 novel “-Night of the November Moon” in CFIV.)
 
UNDERWOOD, PHILIP (KEITH). 1941-2012. Born in Cedaredge, Colorado; died in Milton-Freewater, Oregon. (Adding the full name, biographical details and dates for the author of the 1992 novel in CFIV, as well as further setting data for the novel.)
    Green Valley Justice. [1888]

UNDERWOOD, TIM(OTHY J.). Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; graduated from Ohio State University in English; living in Lexington, Kentucky. (Adding further biographical details for the author of the 1992 novel “Ringers” in CFIV.)

UNGAR, STUART (C.?). 1943(?)-    . (Adding the full name and possible middle initial and birth year for the coauthor with Hugh C. Rae of two novels in CFIV under the joint pseudonym Stuart Stern.)   

UPSHAW, HELEN. Helen Upshaw Starr, 1928-1978. (Deleting question marks on dates for the author of the 1964 novel “The Return of Jennifer” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

UPTON, CHARLES. (Adding the publication date of the novel in CFIV.)
    The Green Moth Mystery. Mellifont pb, 1939

UTERMAHLEN, (CHARLES) BRIAN. Graduate in 1963 of the U.S. Military Academy, West Point; served as an Army Ranger, parachutist and helicopter pilot in Viet Nam; corporation manager who retired to South Texas. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1983 novel “The Hoffman File” in CFIV.)
 
UTLEY, DAVID JASPER. Born in Reading, Berkshire, England; has degrees in English, applied linguistics and modern spoken Chinese; teacher and language officer in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Ghana, Greece and China. (Adding biographical details for the author of the 1995 collection “Ngoma and Click” in CFIV.)

UYS, IAN (STEPHANUS). South African accountant and author; co-founder of the Military Medal Society of South Africa. (Adding the middle name and biographical details for the author of the 1987 novel “The Comrades” in CFIV.)

VILLIERS, MARGOT. (Adding the setting of the 1976 novel in CFIV.)
    -The Serpent of Lilith. [past]

VIVIAN, HERBERT. (Deleting a title wrongly attributed to this author.)
    The Curse of Eden. Delete

WAGNER, SHARON (BLYTHE). (Adding the settings of two 1970s novels in CFIV.)
    Shades of Evil. [California]
    The Turquoise Talisman. [Arizona]

WALWORTH, MANSFIELD TRACY (Correcting the publication date of one novel and adding settings for others in CFIV.)
    Beverly; or, The White Mask. [New York]
    The Mission of Death. Sadlier, 1853 (Corrected date.)
    Stormcliff. [New York]
    Warwick. [New York City]

WATKINS, WAL(TER JAMES). 1922-1996. (Adding the death date of the author of two novels in CFIV.)

WELLES, PATRICIA. Pseudonym of a woman born Patricia L. Kanterman in Stark, Ohio, in 1934; much married (including to the poet Philip Levine in 1951) but not to anyone named Welles; living in London, current last name unknown; she may have adopted the name Welles for all purposes. (Adding biographical details for the author of three 1980s novels in CFIV.)

WESTON, HARRY. ca.1870-1908. Pseudonym: Donald Thane, q.v.

WESTON, HELEN GRAY. Dorothy Daniels (nee Smith), 1907-2002. (Correcting the dates for the author of two 1960s novels in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

WHARTON, ALTHEA (OWENS). 1919-2014. (Adding the maiden name and death date for the author of the 1974 novel “The Ghost of Fenwick Hall” in CFIV.)

WILHELM, KATE. (Deleting a wrongly listed British edition.)
    O, Susannah! Delete the Houghton London edition (not published)

WILLIAMS, KAREN L. Karen Lynn Syed, 1968-    . (Adding the middle name and correcting the birth year for the author of the 2000 novel “Crazy for You” in CFIV under the pseudonym.)

WOOD, MRS SETH S. [MARY M. PARKER WOOD?]. 1850(?)-1894(?). (Adding the possible full name and dates for the author of the 1887 novel “-Doctor Phoenix Skelton; or, The Man with a Mystery” in CFIV under the pseudonym Fewi Stash.).

WOODS, STUART (CHEVALIER).  (Adding a series character in a 1992 novel; he reappeared in three later novels.)
    Santa Fe Rules. SC: Ed Eagle


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