ABBOTT, J(OHN) H(ENRY) M(ACARTNEY). 1874-1953.
-Castle Vane. Angus (Syd.), 1920 [Australia]
-The Sign of the Serpent. Bookstall (Syd.), 1910
ADAMSON, (GEORGE ERNEST) BARTLETT
Mystery Gold. [S. Pac.]
The Stolen Week. Stockwell, 1941
The Adventurers. show original French edition as "Le Aventuriers."
ALESHKOVSKY, JOSEPH. Born in Russia; living in U.S. after 1979; born
Iosif Efimovich Aleskovsky.
The Hand. show original Russian edition as published in 1980
without a place of publication
ALLAIN, MARCEL. 1885-1969. (correction)
I, Mobster. Film: Alco, 1958 (scw: Steve Fisher; dir: Roger
Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street. show as published
Skeletons' Holiday. [Eng.]
ATKINSON, E(VELYN) J(OHN) RUPERT. 1888- .
-The Dead Man's Ghost. Vidler (Melb.), 1925 (1-act play.)
A Nocturne. Vidler (Melb.), 1919 (2-act play.)
-Ten Years' Remorse. Vidler (Melb.), 1923 (1-act play.)
ATTIWILL, KEN(NETH ANDREW). Born in Adelaide and a journalist there
and in Melbourne; later lived in England.
-Whatever Love Means. Little (London), 1999
BALLARD, (JOHN) FRED(ERICK). Born in Grafton, Neb.; originally a
property boy at Chicago Opera House, thereafter a playwright.
Believe Me, Xantippe. Silent film: Famous Players, 1918 (scw:
Olga Printzlau; dir: Donald Crisp)
BARRY, J(OHN) A(RTHUR). Born in Eng.; died in Syd.
BAYLDON, ARTHUR (ALBERT DAWSON). Born in Leeds, Eng. (correction)
Death Enters the Ward. add [London]
BEAUMONT, DR. EDGAR. 1860-1921.
BECKE, (GEORGE) LOUIS. See also: Walter James Jeffery, 1861-1922.
BINGHAM, JOHN (MICHAEL WARD)
The Paton Street Case. [London]
BINYON, T(HOMAS) J(OHN)
Greek Gifts. H. Hamilton, 1988 [Greece, Oxford]
Joining Charles and other stories. Constable, 1929; Dial, 1929
ss (with some crime): Aunt Tatty\The Cassowary\The Dancing
Mistress\Dead Mabelle\Foothold\Joining Charles\The Jungle\Mrs.
Moysey\Shoes\Telling\The Working Party
Murdered Sleep. [London]
BRADSHAW, JACK. -1937.
The Quirindi Bank Robbery. Dimmick (Australia), 1899 [Australia]
BROME, (HERBERT) VINCENT. 1910-2004.
BROWN, LARRY. 1951-2004.
Hot Line. show Corgi edition as published in 1966
Live Wire. show French title as Le Dernier Quart d'Heure
Soft Sell. show French title as Plans de Bataille pour O.S.S. 117
BUCHANAN, ALFRED JOHNSON
-Bubble Reputation. [Australia]
BUCK, CHARLES NEVILLE
The Key to Yesterday. show Dillon as film director also
BUELL, JOHN (EDWARD)
The Shrewdale Exit. correct scw to: Jean-Patrick Manchette
BURGIN, G(EORGE) B(ROWN)
The Hut by the River. Hutchinson, 1906 [Ottawa]
BURTON, EDMUND. SC: Anthony Sharpe = AS; Tim O'Connell = TC.
The Royal Special and other stories. ss: The Affair of the Haunted
Mine (AS)\The Case of the Staring Eyes (TC,AS)\Heron's Court
(TC,AS)\The Mad Rajah of Naipur\The Man from the River (TC,AS)\
The Riddle of the Mysterious "X" (TC,AS)\The Royal Special
(TC,AS)\When the Earth Rocked
BURTON, ROY S.
-Bullets Pay the Bill. Transport (Syd.), 1946
CALDWELL, ERSKINE (PRESTON)
The Courting of Susie Brown. ss (with some crime): Back on the
Road\Balm of Gilead\Big Buck\The Courting of Susie Brown\The Day
the Presidential Candidate Came to Ciudad Tamaulipas\The End of
Christy Tucker\An Evening in Nuevo Leon\Handy\Here and Today\The
Midwinter Guest\The People v. Abe Lathan, Colored\The Sick Horse\
Squire Dinwiddy\Summer Accident\Thunderstorm\Uncle Jeff\The
CAMPBELL, REGINALD (WILFRID)
-The Admiralty Regrets. [ship, WWI]
Hidden Hills. show as published in 1941
CARSTAIRS, JOHN PADDY
Touch a French Pom-Pom. [Fr.]
Downhill Is Easier. Angus (Syd.), 1945 [Australia]
CASTLE, JOHN. Arthur Hailey, 2004.
CHADS, MRS. (ELLEN AUGUSTA)
Tried As Pure Gold, and other tales. show as published in 1882
Murder for Sale: Gunmen for Hire! (correction)
CHANTON, ESSIE GUMFUNG
-Number 17; or, Midnight Mysteries. Anderson (Syd.), 1925
CHASE, JAMES HADLEY
He Only Lived for Revenge. change parenthetical information to:
(A pirated edition in paperback of "The Vendetta" by Nick
Quarry, q.v., issued without date or publisher identification.)
CLEGG, THOMAS BAILEY. 1857-1945. Journalist, lawyer, police
magistrate and editor in Australia.
The Bishop's Scapegoat. [Eng., Australia, 1870s]
-Joan of the Hills. [Australia]
CLIFT, DENISON (HALLEY)
Man About Town. [Wash. D.C.]
CLOSE, ROBERT. 1903- . Born in Melb.
-The Dupe. Vanguard, 1947; Allen, 1958 [ship]
-The Transported Smuggler. (Syd.), 1893
COLLINS, (WILLIAM) WILKIE
The Ghost's Touch and other stories. see correction in Little
The Haunted Hotel, and My Lady's Money. Chatto, 1878; Munro, 1887
(the Munro edition contains only the first story) Note: The
latter story was also published in: My Lady's Money, and Percy
and the Prophet. Tauchnitz, 1879
Little Novels. correction in cd: The Ghost's Touch was earlier
published in The Guilty River, and The Ghost's Touch (Tauchnitz,
Miss or Mrs?. correct ss title to: Blow up with the Brig!
My Lady's Money. for British edition, see The Haunted Hotel
Tales of Suspense. in cd: Blow Up with the Brig! does not equal
The Ghost in the Cupboard Room
Tales of Terror and the Supernatural. in cd: same correction re
Blow Up with the Brig! as in Tales of Suspense
COLLISON, WILSON. SC: Steve Moffat = SM.
Glittering Isle. SM
The Second Mrs. Lynton. SM
COPP, A(LF) E. See: S(ydney) J(ames Dacres) Stutley.
-The Last Parable. Barker, 1953
COPPLESTONE, BENNET. delete q.v. after author real name
CORNELISON, JUNE (A.). 1937- .
Though I Walk Through the Valley. CMJ Marian pb (Ill.), 2000
COTTRELL, (IOLA) DOROTHY (WILKINSON). Born in Australia.
COX, CRAWFORD (B.). 1922- .
-Verbin Dungen: The Mark of Fate. (Author) pb (Fla.), 2000 [Ger.,
CROKER, B(ITHIA) M(ARY SHEPPARD)
CROSS, ZORA (BERNICE MAY). 1890-1964.
-The Lute-Girl of Rainyvale. Hutchinson, 1925 [Australia]
DALTON, MORAY. Pseudonym of Katherine M. Renoir, ca.1882-1963.
DANIEL, HAWTHORNE. 1890-1981.
Fogbound. Winston, 1943; Hutchinson, 1945
The Lost Professor. Coward, 1933 (Intended for younger readers.)
Sally of the Underworld. sc: Insp. Jack Pearson = JP
DATTA, UNMANA. 1981- .
Detective Susan. Writer's Workshop (Calcutta), 1999
DAWE, (WILLIAM) CARLTON (LANYON). Born in Adelaide; lived in London
beginning about 1892.
-Euryale in London. [London]
-The Life Perilous. [Sp.]
DE BRUNE, (CHARLES FRANCIS) AIDAN. Born in Montreal.
DE CRESPIGNY, MRS. PHILIP CHAMPION. Author and artist; involved in
DELMAN, DAVID. SC: Lt. Jacob Horowitz, in all titles except A Week to
DEVANNY, JEAN (CROOKS). Born in N.Z.
DONCASTER, (FREDERICK) PATRICK
-The Devil Held the Aces. [Belg., Fr., 1940]
The Long Week. [Eng.]
Castro's Last Sacrament and other stories. Bulletin (Syd.), 1900
ss (with some crime)
DOWNIE, JAMES M(ILLAR). SC: Captain Gaunt = G. (All titles intended
for younger readers).
-The Flying Doctor Mystery. Warne, 1954 [Australia]
-Gaunt of the Pacific Command. Warne, 1948 G
-Gaunt of the Pearl Seas Patrol. Chambers, 1950 G
-The Mystery of the Santa Cruz. Warne, 1951
-The Rocket Range Plot. Warne, 1952 [ship]
-The Secret of the Loch. Chambers, 1949 G [Scot.]
D'OYLE, LYNN CYRIL
Notches on the Rough Edge of Life. Chapman, 1890 [U.S.] ss
(criminous = *): *The First and Last Preacher of Urora\*Kepaha -
Winona\*Paid Up to Date\The Parasite of Pendo\The Unsophisticated
Travellers\Up on Deer Creek\*The Valley of the Shadow\White City
-Rogues and Ruses. Bookstall (Syd.), 1922
The Physicists. French (London), 1963; Grove, 1964 [hosp.] (2-act
play.) (Translation of "Die Physiker." Zurich, 1962.)
Tim Frazer Again. (Novelization of the TV serial.)
Tim Frazer Gets the Message. (Novelization of the TV serial.)
-Atomic Fossils. iUniverse pb, 2000 [future]
DWORMAN, BRENDA JOYCE. ca.1957- .
EASTERLEY, ROBERT and JOHN WILBRAHAM. Both pseudonyms of Robert
-The Germ Growers. Melville (Melb.), 1892; Hutchinson, 1892
EBERHART, MIGNON G(OOD)
The Patient in Room 18. [Neb.]
EDEN, CHARLES H(ENRY)
A Gun in My Back. [NYC]
Ride a Dead Horse! [NYC]
FARJEON, B(ENJAMIN) L(EOPOLD)
-Basil and Annette. [Australia]
FAVENC, ERNEST. Born in London; lived in Australia after 1863.
FEVAL, PAUL (HENRI CORENTIN). Pseudonym: Sir John Trollope, q.v.
FLEMING, BRIAN. Born in Germany; living in U.S. since age 10.
Curves and Bends and Cars That Won't Come Fast. Phoenix (London),
1999 ss (criminous = *): Blame It on the Troubadours\Curves and
Bends and Cars That Won't Come Fast\Don't Speak to Me of Love\
*Down in Miami Forty Years Ago\A Happiness Deep and Twisted\If
You Came to Watch Me Die\In a Furious Instant\In Your Blood\
Letters from Liam\A Long Way from Skagway\Playing\Something to
Hide Away\A Vague Sense of Deliverance\What I Can Tell You\Wound
Around the Tongue
FLETCHER, HENRY. Born in London; lived many years in Australia and
Priority Murder. (correction; delete the "The" in two places)
The Simple Case of Susan. delete
FUTRELLE, MAY (PEEL)
-Lieutenant What's-His-Name. (Elaborated from the noncriminous "The
Simple Case of Susan" by her husband, Jacques Futrelle; this may
well also be noncriminous.)
The Burning of Troy. [Venice]
GARDINER, D(OROTHEA) F(RANCES)
Murder at a Dog Show. [Eng.]
GARDNER, JOHN (EDMUND). Pseudonym: Edmund McCoy, q.v.
GARY, ROMAIN. show real name as spelled: Roman Katsev
GAUNT, MARY [MARY ELIZABETH BAKEWELL GAUNT MILLER]. Born in
Australia; lived also in London and Italy.
Dave's Sweetheart. [Australia]
-Tried and Acquitted. Sun (Melb.), 1893 [Australia]
GIOVANNI, JOSE. 1923-2004. Born in Corsica; died in a Swiss hospital.
GLADILIN, ANATOLII (TIKHONOVICH). (show name thus). 1935- . Born
in Moscow; lived in Paris after 1976.
Moscow Racetrack. show date of original Russian edition as: 1983
GORDON, MILDRED (NIXON). in CD, show this as same person who
co-authored with Gordon Gordon as The Gordons
Murder in Earl's Court. [London]
GORNALL, EDGAR A.
-Retribution: The Adventures of a Dope Dealer. Macquarie (Syd.), 1933
Banker and Broker. [Australia]
The Double Event. [Melb.]
The Famous Match. [Australia]
-In Low Water. [Australia]
Landed at Last. [Australia]
Only a Commoner. [Tas.]
-A Racing Sinner. [Melb.]
-Running It Off; or, Hard Hit. [Australia]
-The Second String. [Australia]
-A Sporting Squatter. [Australia]
-A Straight Goer. [Australia]
Stuck Up. [Australia]
GRAHAM, WINSTON. Pseudonym of Winston Mawdsley Grime, 1908-2003.
And Death the Prize. add sc Insp. Jean-Paul Gautier = JG
GRAYSON, RUPERT (STANLEY HARRINGTON)
Gun Cotton-Outside the Law. [Eng.]
GRIME, WINSTON MAWDSLEY. 1908-2003. Pseudonym: Winston Graham, q.v.
GROSS, LEONARD. Pierre (Emile George) Salinger, 1925-2004.
Obsession. Film: Fontana, 1994, as Heavenly Creatures (scw: Frances
Walsh, Peter Jackson; dir: Jackson)
GWYNNE, AGNES M.
-The Mystery of Lakeside House. Robertson (Melb.), 1925
HAILEY, ARTHUR. 1920-2004.
HALES, A(LFRED ARTHUR) G(REENWOOD). Born in Adelaide.
-Abner Crane's Vengeance. [U.S.]
-Moon of the Devil's Own. Wright, 1934 [Sp., 1800s]
HALIFAX, CLIFFORD. Dr. Edgar Beaumont, 1860-1921.
HANSEN, JOSEPH. 1923-2004.
Mr. Jerry, Detective. Consolidated (Syd.), 1941
HARRIS, ALLENA. See: Katherine Browning Miller.
HARRISON, CHIP. add sc: Chip Harrison, in all titles.
-Chip Harrison Scores Again. add UK edition: The Affairs of Chip
Harrison, as by Lawrence Block. No Exit pb, 2001
-No Score. add UK edition: The Affairs of Chip Harrison, as by
Lawrence Block. No Exit pb, 2001
HARRISON, J. E.
The Kara Yerta Tragedy. [Australia]
HARRISON, RAY(MOND VINCENT)
Hallmark of Murder. change [1890s] to 
HAY, WILLIAM (GOSSE)
-Stifled Laughter. [Australia]
-Strabane of the Mulberry Hills. Allen, 1929 [Tas., 1841]
HAZELTON, FRED(ERICK). 1845?- .
Sweeney Todd, the Barber of Fleet Street; or, The String of Pearls.
French (London & NYC), ca.1874
HELENA, ANDRE. 1919-1972. Pseudonym: Noel Vexin, q.v.
HENNESSEY, (JOHN) DAVID. Born in London; Methodist minister in
Australia turned journalist.
-The Dis-Honourable. Intercolonial (Syd.), 1895; Low, 1896
HERBERT, (ALFRED FRANCIS) XAVIER. 1901-1984.
-Capricornia. Publicist (Syd.), 1938; Rich, 1939; Appleton, 1943
HERMAN, GEORGE (ADAM, JR.)
The Tears of the Madonna. change [ca.1500] to: 
HILL, H. HAVERSTOCK
-Anne of the Flying Gap. [Australia]
-The Golden Isle. [New Guinea]
Tommy and the Maid of Athens. Hodder, 1917 [Greece]
HODGE, CHARLES R(EYNOLDS)
-That Codicil. Wigg (London), 1900 [Australia]
HODGE, JANET AIKEN
Secret Island. Putnam, 1985; Hodder, 1985 [Greece]
HONEYMAN, WILLIAM CRAWFORD. 1845-1919. (correction)
HRABAL, BOHAMIL (corrections)
HUGHES, RICHARD. Pseudonym: Dr. Watson, Junior, q.v.
HUME, FERGUS(ON WRIGHT)
High Water Mark. [Melb.]
-Ann Star-Staff Nurse. [New Eng.]
IRONSIDE, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Lady Catherine Manning, ca.1951- ,
wife of David Manning, British ambassador to the U.S.
Bid for Beauty. [Chi.]
Make Mine Mink. [Chi.]
JEFFERY, WALTER JAMES. 1861-1922.
-The Mystery of the Laughlin Islands, with (George) Louis Becke,
1855-1913, q.v. Unwin, 1896 [S.Pac.]
JEFFREY, MARK. -1903.
A Burglar's Life; or, The Stirring Adventures of the Great English
Burglar, Mark Jeffery. Examiner (Australia), 1893 [Tas.]
JENNINGS, ELIZABETH. 1951- .
-Heart to Heart. Zebra, 2000
Straight Goers. Cole hc, n.d. [Eng.]
JOYCE, BRENDA. Brenda Joyce Dworman, ca.1957- .
KACEW, ROMAIN. delete entry
KATSEV, ROMAN. 1914-1980. Pseudonym: Romain Gary, q.v.
KAYE, H. R.
The Flesh Altar. Brandon, 1969
KAYE, LOUIS. Born in Tasmania.
-Tracks of Levask. Wright, 1938 [Australia]
Machupo. (Author) pb, 2000
Mosaic of Death. [Eng.]
KENNY, ALICE A.
-The Elmslie Mystery. Macquarie (Syd.), 1934
Secret of Circle 16. show as published in 1945
KITCHIN, FREDERICK HARCOURT
Dead Men's Tales. delete
LAMOUREUX, NANCY. ca.1933- .
LANCASTER, G. B. Born in Tasmania; lived in N.Z., Australia and
Canada; died in England.
LANG, JOHN. Born in Australia; qualified as a barrister at Cambridge
and practiced in Sydney and in India, where he switched to
journalism; died in India.
Assigned to His Wife; see The Forger's Wife
The Convict's Wife; see The Forger's Wife
The Forger's Wife; or, Emily Orford. Also published as: Assigned
to His Wife. Ward, n.d. And as: The Convict's Wife. Walch (Tas.),
LANG, WILLIAM HENRY. Brother of Andrew Lang, 1844-1912, q.v.
Dark Memory. delete
LAWSON, WILL. 1876-1957.
Red Morgan Rides: Notorious Bushranger and Killer. New Century
(Syd.), 1940 [Australia]
LOFTING, HILARY (JOSEPH FRANCIS). 1881-1939.
Bail Up!: Ned Kelly, Bushranger. New Century (Syd.), 1939
LONGSTRETH, T. MORRIS
Murder at Belly Butte. (correction) show as: (True crime-
LORD, W. F.
-The Mysterious Disappearance of Ralph Forrester. Examiner (Tas.),
McCOY, EDMUND. Pseudonym of John (Edmund) Gardner, 1926- , q.v.
Blood of the Fathers. Also published as: Unknown Fears. Severn
(London & NYC), 2004, as by John Gardner
McKEOWN, NORMAN (ROBERT). Born in Syd.; an actor and farmer in
S.Afr.; then lived and died in Eng.
McREAY, ERNEST L.
Murder at Eight Bells. [ship]
MADISON, NANCY (SCHMUCK). 1938- .
Clues to Love. Ebooksonthe.net pb (U.S.), 2000 [Eng.]
MAIS, S(TUART) P(ETRE) B(RODIE)
-Come Love, Come Death. (add the dash) [Eng.]
MANN, LEONARD. Born in Melb.
MANNING, LADY CAROLINE. ca.1951- . Pseudonym: Elizabeth Ironside,
Voices. Serpent's Tail pb (London & NYC), 1997 [Rome, Florence]
-Angel-Face and other stories. Benn, 1933 ss: Angel-Face\Cavendish
Dent\The Companion\The Cupboard\The Little Squire\On the
Platform\Peter\Plot\Quick Work\Reflection\A Son of Service
MASSING, CONNI L(OUISE). 1958- . See: Bruce Allen Powe, 1925- .
MEADE, L(ILLIE) T(HOMAS). Dr. Edgar Beaumont, 1860-1921.
Quick Curtain. [London, theatre]
MILES, WILLIAM A.
Shadow of Suspicion. Arthur Hailey, 1920-2004.
MILLER, ALICE DUER
-Taxi. Dodd, 1931 ss: Age of Indiscretion\Gift of the Groom\The
Great Blackbeard Mystery\Mother Wit\Plum Pudding and Mince
MILLER, KATHERINE BROWNING and ALLENA HARRIS
Delinquents. Banner, 1926 (4-act play.)
MILNER, GEORGE. Pseudonym of George Edward Charles Hardinge, Lord
Hardinge of Penhurst. (show name thus) Publisher, mostly of
crime fiction; expert salmon fisherman and author of "An
MOLESWORTH, VAL. 1925-1964. All titles 64 pp.
-Prelude for Death. Currawong (Syd.), 1945
-Satan's Understudy. Currawong (Syd.), 1945
-The Wizard Returns. Currawong (Syd.), 1945
MULRY, M(ARY) EGAN
-The Mystery of Thornfield Station. Simpson (Brisbane), 1927
MURRAY, PAUL (COOPER)
The Free Agent. change [Eng.] to [London, Florence]
MURRAY, WILLIAM (BUCKLEY)
A Fine Italian Hand. change [It.] to: [Milan]
The Scarlet Swirl. Stockwell, 1940 [Eng., Fr.]
NEWLAND, SIMPSON. Born in Eng.; went to Australia at age 14; became
member of South Australian parliament.
NISBET, (JAMES) HUME
-Ashes. [Australia, Eng.]
The Black Drop. [Syd.]
-A Crafty Foe. [ship]
-A Dream of Freedom. [S.Am.]
-The Queen's Desire. [India]
A Sweet Sinner. (delete the dash) [Australia]
A Toast to Destiny. [Pitt., Ire.]
O'REILLY, JOHN BOYLE. Born in Ire.; transported to Australia in 1868
after a trial for treason; escaped and came to the U.S., where
he became well known as a writer and lecturer.
-A New Guinea Abduction. Johnson (Syd.), 1942 [New Guinea]
O'SULLIVAN, J(AMES) B(RENDAN). SC: Supt. George Tubridy = GT.
Lunge Wire. GT [Dublin]
Pick Up. GT [Ire.]
PARGETER, EDITH (MARY)
Holiday with Violence. [It.]
Lament for Christabel. change [It.] to: [Florence]
PINCHER, (HENRY) CHAPMAN
The Four Horses. [Venice]
The Strelson Castle Mystery. [Europe]
PITT, GEORGE DIBDIN
Rookwood. show as published in ca.1877 (correction)
Sweeney Todd, the Barber of Fleet Street. show as published in
POTTER, ROBERT. 1831-1908. Born in Ire.; educated at Trinity College,
Dublin; ordained a deacon by the Bishop of Sydney in 1858 and a
priest in 1859; served various Anglican parishes in Melb.
Pseudonyms: Robert Easterley, q.v., and John Wilbraham.
POWE, BRUCE ALLEN
The Aberhart Summer. Play version, with Conni L(ouise) Massing,
1958- : PUC Play Servide (Toronto), 1999
PRATT, AMBROSE (GODDARD HESKETH). Born in Australia; qualified as a
barrister but turned to journalism.
PRICE, EVADNE [EVADNE PRICE ATTIWILL]
The Vendetta. add note: (See also: James Hadley Chase for a pirated
edition of this work.)
REES, ARTHUR J(OHN). Born in Melb.
RENOIR, KATHERINE M. ca.1882-1963. Pseudonym: Moray Dalton, q.v.
The Secret Net. [Eng.]
-The Apothecary's Fatal Error. Morrison (Edin.), 1912
-Joe Peat. (Singapore), 1908; Morrison (Edin.), 1912 [Australia]
ROBERTS, MORLEY (CHARLES)
The Wonderful Bishop and other London adventures. [London]
ROBERTS, WILLO DAVIS. 1928-2004.
ROSS, HELEN HALYBURTON
-Sin and Sand. [Isr.]
RUBENS, BERNICE. 1928-2004. (correcting birth, adding death date)
RUDD, STEELE. Born and lived in Australia.
RUNYON, CHARLES (WEST)
Color Him Dead. Also published as: The Incarnate. Manor, 1977
The Incarnate; see Color Him Dead
RUSSELL, LINDSAY. Born in Australia.
The Forgotten Terror. [Eng.]
ST. CLAIR, VIVIAN B.
-In a Trance: An Hypnotic Mystery, Founded on Facts of Local
Connection. Crabb (Melb.), 1892
SALINGER, PIERRE (EMILE GEORGE). 1925-2004.
SANDERS, LAWRENCE. Note: All McNally novels were ghost-written by
SHEDD, GEORGE C(LIFFORD). Born in Ashland, Neb.; educated at U. of
Neb.; teacher in rural Neb. school, dealer in real estate, and
full-time writer after 1918; lived in Calif. after 1928.
SIMPSON, HELEN (DE GUERRY)
The Desolate House. [Eng., early 1800s]
SMEATON, WILLIAM HENRY OLIPHANT. 1856-1914.
-A Mystery of the Pacific. Blackie (London), 1898 [S.Pac.]
The Padrone. change [It.] to: [Sicily]
SMITH, ELIZABETH THOMASINA MEADE. 1844-1914. (date correction)
SOUVESTRE, PIERRE. Marcel Allain, 1885-1969. (date correction)
The Exploits of Juve. show original French edition as published
Fantomas. show original French edition as published in 1911
-The Driver's Seat. [It.]
-Sweet Revenge. Ophelia pb (NYC), 1969
Artists, Models and Murder. [U.S.]
STUTLEY, S(YDNEY) J(AMES DACRES)
Four of Fools. Fromm, 1995 [It.]
The Hunting Ground. [Balkans]
TAYLOR, BEATRICE. -2004. Treasurer of the Crime Writer's
THOMPSON, C(HARLES) K(ENNETH). ca.1905-1980.
-Order in the Court. Johnson (Syd.), 1942 [Australia]
-The Third Man. Johnson (Syd.), 1942
THWAITES, FREDERICK J(OSEPH)
The Mad Doctor. add Australian edition, listing first: Jackson
The Mad Doctor in Harley Street. add Australian edition, listing
first: Windsor (Melb.), 1938
TIMMS, E(DWARD) V(IVIAN)
Dark Interlude. Angus (Syd.), 1939
TROLLOPE, SIR JOHN. Pseudonym of Paul (Henri Corentin) Feval, 1817-
The Mysteries of Modern London. Maxwell, 1886 [London] (Abridged
translation of "Les Mysteres de Londres." Paris, 1844.)
TURNER, ETHEL (SIBYL). 1872- . Born in England; brought to
Australia at age 9.
TRACY, LOUIS. add SC: Reginald Wayne = RW
The Sirdar's Sabre. ss (criminous = *): The Destiny of the Emerald
Eye (RW)\First Impressions (RW)\*How Mohammed Khan Became
Invulnerable (RW,SK)\*How the Sirdar Dacoited a Dacoit (RW,SK)\
*How the Sirdar Fought Ali Bagh, the Afridi (RW,SK)\*How the
Sirdar Prevented a Great War (RW,SK)\*How We Fed Crocodiles on
the Indus (RW,SK)\*How We Guarded the Great Pearl Necklace
(RW,SK)\La Belle Americaine (RW)\The Taj and a Fortune-Teller
ULASI, ADAORA LILY
-The Man from Sagamu. Fontana, 1978
-Many Thing Begin for Change. Joseph, 1971 [Nigeria, 1930s]
-Many Thing You No Understand. Joseph, 1970 [Nigeria, 1930s]
-The Night Harry Died. Educational Research (Nigeria), 1974
VAINER, ARKADII (ALEKSANDROVICH). 1931- . show name thus, add date
Born and living in Russia.
VAINER, GEORGII (ALEKSANDROVICH). 1938- . show name thus, add date
Brother of Arkadii Vainer; living in the U.S. from 1990.
VAIZEY, GEORGE (DE HORNE)
Into Thin Air. [Eng., Estonia]
VEXIN, NOEL. Pseudonym of Andre Helena, 1919-1972.
WAGER, WALTER (HERMAN)
58 Minutes. show film as also released as: Die Hard 2
WAKEFIELD, H(ERBERT) RUSSELL
Old Man's Beard. U.S. title: Others Who Returned. Appleton, 1929
Others Who Returned; see Old Man's Beard
WALSH, J(AMES) M(ORGAN)
-The Lost Valley. [Australia]
WARD, MRS. HUMPHRY (spelling correction for CD version)
WARING, PRICE. Born in Liverpool; brought to Melbourne at age 4;
journalist and editor. Set, all titles: Australia.
WATKINS, RON. 1930- .
WATSON, DR., JUNIOR. Pseudonym of Richard Hughes.
-Dr. Watson's Case Book. Condor (Syd.), 1944
Exit Nigel Cameron. [London, Ger., Ire.]
WILBRAHAM, JOHN. Pseudonym of Robert Potter, 1831-1908. Other
pseudonym: Robert Easterley, q.v.
WILLIAMS, ARIADNA (VLADIMIROVNA TYRKOVA). Born in Russia; lived in
England 1918-1939, in France 1939-1951, and thereafter in the
The Boss o' Yedden; see The Hate of a Hun
-The Boy from Bullarah. States (Syd.), 1925
-The Breed Holds Good. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1918
-A Colt from the Country. [Australia]
-Fettered by Fate. [Australia]
-Gambler's Gold. [Australia]
-A Game of Chance. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1919
-Gaming for Gold. [Australia]
-A Good Recovery. [Australia]
-The Hate of a Hun. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1916. Also published as:
The Boss o' Yedden. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1922
-The Outlaw's Daughter. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1919
-Over the Odds. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1918 ss
-A Sport from Holly Log Flat. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1915
-Under a Cloud. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1916 [Australia]
-When Nuggets Glistened. N.S.W. Bookstall (Syd.), 1918
WRIGHT, SYDNEY H.
-Recognition. Digby Long, 1895
Blood in the Ashes. [NYC, Ill.]
His Only Way. Ellisons, 1935