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-Rose Geranium. Morrill (Chicago), 1892 (Novel in the form of a play.)
APPLIN, ARTHUR (GUSTAV TRUGARD). Add: Read for the law at Torquay Public College but went on the stage at age twenty-two; served in Royal Naval Air Service in WWI; playwright and novelist.
ASCANI, SPARKY (WILSON). 1922-2009.
BARRE, JEAN. Pseudonym of Eda Kathleen Wolseley-Bourne Bridgman, 1884-1947. Other pseudonym: Lee Lindsay, q.v.
BENTLEY, WILLIAM R. Pseudonym: John P. Radford, q.v. SC: Duke Kelow = DK.
The Around-the-World Girls. Brandon, 1974
The Girl in the Diamond Studded Bed. DK
The Girls on the Million Dollar Mattress. Brandon, 1974 DK
Head of a Traveller. (Show this spelling for the title of the British edition.)
BOWEN-ROWLANDS, ERNEST (BROWN)
You Can’t Kill the Dead. [1880s]
BOX, MURIEL (VIOLETTE). Birth name: Violette Muriel Baker.
BRADY, PATRICK (S.). 1933-2006.
BRANDT, YANNA (KROYT). 1933-2008.
BRIDGMAN, EDA KATHLEEN WOLSELEY-BOURNE. 1884-1947. Pseudonyms: Jean Barre, Lee Lindsay, qq.v.
Fatal Shadows. [England]
BROWNE, K(ENNETH) R(OBERT) G(ORDON). 1895-1940.
BRYANT, ROY. Correct to: Ray Bryant.
Clouds of Fear. [South America]
CLARK, WILLIAM A(RTHUR). 1931-2008.
CLARKE, T(HOMAS) E(RNEST) B(ENNETT)
Two and Two Make Five. Film (loosely based on the book): Rank, 1956, as Who Done It? (scw: T. E. B. Clarke; dir: Basil Dearden)
Night of the Eagles. [England]
Here’s Why. [England]
DANIEL, (WILLIAM) ROLAND
The Snide Man. No SC
DAVIS, LAVINIA R(IKER)
Taste of Vengeance. [Massachusetts] (Setting correction.)
The Colour of Darkness. [London, Wales]
DUTTON, CHARLES J(UDSON)
The Second Bullet. [Maine]
ECHARD, MARGARET. Delete question marks on dates. Born in Brazil, Indiana; graduated from the Dillenbeck School of Expression with major in literary arts and drama; moved to California in 1921 and became involved with the Pasadena Players and the Little Theater; director and writer for the traveling McCall-Bridge Stock Company 1922-1929; worked as a writer for MGM.
EDDINGS, DAVID (CARROLL). 1931-2009.
FENDALL, PERCY. ca.1850- . Born, educated and mostly lived in France.
FOOTE, (ALBERT) HORTON (JR.). 1916-2009.
<>GLYDER, JOHN. Pseudonym of Allen George Roper, 1887- . Born in Croydon, Surrey; a preparatory school teacher and eugenist.
The Smugglers. [France, London]
GREGORY, F(RANKLIN) L(ONG)
Murder at Four Dot Ranch. [Wyoming]
HAMBLEDON, PHYLLIS. Phyllis MacVean, nee Yeoman, 1892-1967.
HAWKER, PELLEW. Pseudonym of Minnie Warren Jones, 1868- , an actress born in Australia who took the stage name of Cora Minnett and wrote under that name as well.
-God Disposes. Paul, 1911 [England]
HECKSTALL-SMITH, ANTHONY. 1904-1983.
HOLT, DEBEN. SC: Ricky Britton (correction.)
The Mayfair Mystery. (Note: Insp. Jim Silver does not appear as such in the U.S. edition, The Mayfair Murder.)
HUME, FERGUS(ON WRIGHT)
A Creature of the Night. [Verona, Italy]
JENNER, MRS. HENRY [KATHARINE LEE RAWLINGS JENNER]. 1853-1936. Pseudonym: Katharine Lee, q.v.
JENNER, KATHARINE LEE RAWLINGS [MRS. HENRY JENNER]. 1853-1936. Pseudonym: Katharine Lee, q.v.
JONES, MINNIE WARREN. 1868- . Pseudonym: Hawker Pellew, q.v.
Shark’s Rock. (Title correction.)
KADES, HANS (Correction of first name.)
The House of Crystal. [Austria]
Night of the Wolf. [Balkans]
Big Blackmail. (Correction; deleting the “The”)
LA PUMA, SALVATORE (J.). 1929-2008.
LEACH, (LEONARD) DOUGLAS. 1898-1987. (Correction.)
The Big Boys. [Venice]
Three for a Killing. [California, New Jersey]
LEE, EDWARD. Show SC as Arthur “Red” Blake.
LEE, KATHARINE. Pseudonym of Katharine Lee Rawlings Jenner, 1853-1936. Born in Hayle Foundry, Cornwall, England; educated at home and studied art at several institutions; produced European sketches and domestic watercolors.
Love or Money. Bentley, 1891; Appleton, 1892, as by Mrs. Henry Jenner
The Desert Trail. [Algiers, Cairo]
LINDSAY, LEE. Pseudonym of Eda Kathleen Wolseley-Bourne Bridgman, 1884-1947. Other pseudonym: Jean Barre, q.v.
The Cloze Papers. [England]
LONG, E(RNEST) LAURIE
Carried Away. [ship]
McCARGAR, JAMES GOODRICH. 1920-2007.
McGIVERN, WILLIAM P(ETER)
Savage Streets. [New York] (Setting correction.)
McVEAN, PHYLLIS (NEE YEOMAN). 1892-1967.
MAINE, CHARLES ERIC
B.E.A.S.T.: Biological Evolutionary Animal Simulation Test. Hodder, 1966; Ballantine, 1967 [England]
Never Let Up. (Delete the dash.) [London]
MANER, WILLIAM (LAWTON, JR.). 1918-2009. Born in South Carolina; graduated from the University of Richmond and had an M.A. in English from the University of North Carolina; served in the Coast Guard during WWII; assistant professor of English at the University of Richmond, 1946-1951; executive with Virginia Electric & Power Company, retiring in 1982; author of fiction and poetry for magazines; watercolorist.
MARSHALL, MRS. FRANCES BRIDGES. (Correction of first name spelling.)
The Shadow of Roger Laroque. Cassell, 1890. Silent film: Universal, 1915, as The Man of Shame (scw: Maie B. Havey; dir: Harry Myers). Also: Atlantida, 1921, as Victima del Odio (scw: Maria Comendador; dir: Jose Buchs)
Murder to Measure. [Scotland]
MILLER, CARLENE (A.). 1935-2009.
MOORE, F(RANCIS) FRANKFORT
The 9:15. Hutchinson, 1921
NASIELSKI, ADAM. 1913-2009. Born in Warsaw; had doctorate in criminology from Warsaw University; lectured at Columbia University before WWII; served in the French Army; migrated to Sydney, Australia, in 1949.
NORRIS, (BENJAMIN) FRANK(LIN)
McTeague. Add British edition: Richards, 1899. Silent film: Kay-Bee/Ince, as Desert Gold; also released as After the Storm (scw: Thomas H. Ince, Richard V. Spencer; dir: Scott Sidney). Also: World Film, 1916, as McTeague; also released as Life’s Whirlpool (scw: Barry O’Neil, E. M. Ingleton; dir: O’Neil). Also: Metro-Goldwyn, 1924, as Greed (scw: June Mathis, Erich von Stroheim; dir: von Stroheim). TV movie: PBS, 1992, as McTeague (scw: Robert Altman, Arnold Weinstein; dir: Altman)
Moran of the Lady Letty. Doubleday, 1898. British edition: Shanghaied. Richards, 1899. Silent film: Famous Players, 1922, as Moran of the Lady Letty (scw: Monte M. Katterjohn; dir: George Melford)
Shanghaied; see Moran of the Lady Letty
O’MARIE, SISTER CAROL ANNE. 1933-2009.
Invisible Red. [New York, Texas]
The Burnt Million. (Delete the dash.)
PHILIPS, F(RANCIS) C(HARLES)
Margaret Byng. (Delete the dash.) [Monte Carlo]
RADFORD, JOHN P. Pseudonym of William R. Bentley, q.v. (Correction.)
REES, ARTHUR J(OHN). John R(eay) Watson, 1872-1944.
ROBERTS, MARION. Marion Ellen Thornes-Roberts, 1893- .
ROE, (COLONEL) EDWARD REYNOLDS. 1813-1893. Newspaperman in Illinois; Professor of Natural Science in the State Normal University at Bloomington; recruited three companies of volunteers for the Thirty-Third Illinois Regiment for the Civil War; wounded at Vicksburg; appointed United States Marshal after the war.
Virginia Rose. Donahue (Chicago), 1892
ROPER, ALLEN GEORGE. 1887- . Pseudonym: John Glyder, q.v.
Murder at the Old Stone House. Add British edition: World’s Work, ca.1936
ST. AUBYN, ALAN. Pseudonym of Mrs. Frances Bridges Marshall, - 1920. (Correction of first name spelling.)
-For the Old Sake’s Sake. Rand, 1891 [England] (British title?)
The Helsinki Affair. (Translation of “Lavean tien laki.” Finland, 1961.) (Corrections.)
The Torvick Affair. (Translation of “Punaisen kukon laulu.” Finland, 1963.)
SIMONSON, SHEILA. Born in Montana and raised in Oregon; graduated from the University of Washington; has advanced degrees in English and history from the University of Washington and Portland State; taught at Clark College in Vancouver for more than 30 years.
SPROXTON, MILDRED. 1913-2008.
SKOGGARD, BRUNO. Born in Sweden and came to the U.S. as a young boy; joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1941; after the war flew missions all over China for the Civil Air Transport; then settled on Long Island to become an ad agency executive and short story writer.
SMITH, SAQUI. Pseudonym.
Back from the Dead. Cassell, 1892 [England, theatre]
SPECTOR, ROBERT DONALD. 1922-2009.
SULE, LEON. Pseudonym.
Marshall Mars. Brown (New York & St. Louis), 1892
TAIT, JAMES SELWYN
-Who Is the Man? [Wyoming, Scotland]
Tomorrow Is Free. [England]
The Wheels Turn Round. Jarrolds, 1946
THIERRY, GILBERT A(UGUSTIN)
-The Palimpsest. Cassell (New York City), 1893 [Russia]
THOMEY, TEDD. Full name: Harold John Thomey, 1920-2008.
THORNES-ROBERTS, MARION ELLEN. 1893- .
TUTTON, BARBARA (IVY JONES). Show name thus.
UNTERMEYER, WALTER, JR. 1915-2009.
VANE, PHILIPPA. Pseudonym of Phyllis McVean, nee Yeoman, 1892-1967.
Priority for Death. [London]
VIVIAN, E(VELYN) CHARLES. SC: Fleur Delage = FD.
The Forbidden Door. FD [Indonesia]
The Tale of Fleur. FD [Indonesia]
WATSON, JOHN R(EAY). 1872-1944.
WEBB, KATHARINE PEARSON. 1853-1923.
A Web of Gold. Crowell, 1890
WOODS, FREDERIC(K). 1932-1995. Born in Swindon, England; author of a bibliography of the works of Winston Churchill; by 1970 was managing director of Argo Records, specializing in the spoken word and folk music; expert folklorist; broadcaster on BBC radio’s “Folk on Two;” received doctorate from Keele University at age 61 for a thesis on Winston Churchill.
WYNNE, (DR.) FRED(ERICK) E(DWARD). 1870-1930. Born in Ireland; educated at Dublin University and University of Manchester; practiced medicine in Leigh, Lancashire; served in Palestine and Egypt in WWI; medical officer for city of Sheffield and professor of public health there at the time of his death; contributed articles to the Manchester Guardian; novelist and playwright.
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