CRIME FICTION IV:
A Comprehensive Bibliography, 1749-2000

by Allen J. Hubin

Addendum IV


Copyright © 2006 by Allen J. Hubin


Locus Press · P.O. Box 13305 · Oakland, CA 96601



In the author listings where John Drake is given as the series character,
the books should be identified as: Novelizations of the Danger Man/Secret
Agent TV series.

AANROOY, JACQUES. Pseudonym of Sir Henry Hubert Juta, 1857-1930. South
        African lawyer, judge and politician.

ABBOTT, BRUCE. Pseudonym of Robert Sewall.

ABBOTT, JOHN
Scimitar. [NYC]

ABDOH, SALAR
The Poet Game. Add U.K. edition: Faber pb, 2002

ABEL, KENNETH. SC: Danny Chaisson = DC, and in subsequent novel(s).
Cold Steel Rain. DC

ABRAHAMS, GERALD
Ugly Angel. [London]

ABSHIRE, RICHARD K. SC: Charlie Gants {adding first name}

ACKROYD, PETER (WARWICK)
Chatterton. [London, Bristol]

ADAM, H(ARGRAVE) L(EE). Born in Kennington.

ADAMS, FRANCIS (WILLIAM LAUDERDALE). Born in Malta; educated in England and
        Paris; lived in Australia for a few years in the 1880s; died in
        England by his own hand.

ADAMS, HAROLD. SC: Kyle Champion = KC, and in subsequent novel(s).
When Rich Men Die. KC

ADAMS, HERBERT. Add: Born in London.

ADAMS, JANE. SC: Ray Flowers = RF, and in subsequent novels.
The Angel Gateway. RF (also adding the "The")

ADAMS, MORLEY. Add: Born in Ipswich.

ADAMSON, ISAAC. SC: Billy Chaka, in title below and subsequent novel(s).
        
ADAMSON, MARY JO. SC: Michael Merrick = MM, and in subsequent novel(s).
The Blazing Tree. MM

ADARE, ALLEN
-The Surgeon Jockey. Aldine, 1924

ADLER, HAROLD (E.). SC: Nick McMasters, in title below and subsequent novel.

AEBY, JACQUELYN. 1917-2003.

AFFELD, COLLEEN
The Grey Ghost. Add [1959]

AFRIKA, TATAMKHULU. Pseudonym.
The Innocents. Philip (Cape Town), 1994

AGNEW, JACK. Pseudonym of Eric V. Beer. Educated in engineering; studied painting;
        teacher, college lecturer, documentary film maker, widely published non-fiction
        author.

AGNEW, STEPHEN H. -1915. See also: Anonymous ("The Panic Plunderers").
The Stolen Secret; or, Dick Turpin's Terrible Doom. Aldine [Eng.]

AIKEN, GINNY. Pseudonym of Ginny R. Anikienko.
-Magnolia. Tyndale, 2000 [Va.]

AINSWORTH, W(ILLIAM) HARRISON. Born and educated in Manchester; called to the bar in
        1828 but turned to writing; editor of various magazines.

AINSWORTHY-DAVIS, JOHN CHRISTOPHER. Pseudonym: Christopher Creighton. See:
        Noel Hynd, 1947- .

AIRTH, RENNIE. SC: John Madden = JM, and in subsequent novel(s).
River of Darkness. JM

ALAM, GLYNN MARSH. SC: Luanne Fogarty, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

ALASPA, BRYAN W. Living in Chicago.
-The Ballad of the Blue Denim Gang. Xlibris pb, 1999 [future]

ALBERT, ANDREW I(SAAC). 1883-1968. {corrections, adding middle name}

ALBERT, MARVIN H(UBERT)
Hidden Lives. Add [WWII]
Party Girl. [Chi.]
The Pink Panther, as by Marvin Albert. {no middle initial} [Fr.]

ALBRAND, MARTHA
A Day in Monte Carlo. Change [Fr.] to [Monaco]

ALBRIGHT, LETHA. SC: Viv Powers, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

ALCOCK, TERRI. SC: Samantha Hope, in both titles.
Dead and Buried. [Can.]
In Too Deep. [Can.]

ALDEN, WINTHROP. Pseudonym of a "distinguished author known on both sides of the
        Atlantic."

ALDERMAN, TOM
Hit and Run. PB, 1976

ALEXANDER, DAVID M(ICHAEL)
Bandit. Avon, 1994
My Real Name Is Lisa. Move title here from ALEXANDER, DAVID but show
        that it was published as by David Alexander (no middle initial), and add
        [Calif.]

ALEXANDER, IAN. Pseudonym of (William) Alexander Knox, 1907-1995, q.v.

ALEXANDER, JAN
Green Willows. [Eng., 1800s]

ALEXANDER, MARTIN. Pseudonym of Leonard (John) Daventry, 1915-1987, q.v.
        (correction)

ALINE, COUNTESS OF ROMANONES. Note: All titles are novelized autobiography.
The Spy Went Dancing. Putnam, 1990; Century, 1991

ALLEN, ALBERT BRUCE. Born in Westgate-on-Sea.

ALLEN, AUSTEN
Live Wire. (title correction)

ALLEN, (CHARLES) GRANT (BLAIRFINDIE)
Hilda Wade. [London, hosp.]
The Jaws of Death. Change [West] to: [S.F.]
-The Tents of Shem. [Algeria]

ALLEN, INGLIS. Born in London.

ALLEN, JOHN
-Cultfilm. Iuniverse pb, 2000

ALLEN, ROGER MacBRIDE
Caliban. add [space]
Inferno. add [space]

ALLEN, TRICIA. SC: David Weather, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

ALLERTON, MARK. Barrister.

ALLEY, ROBERT. Pseudonym.
Still of the Night. Ballantine, 1982 [NYC] (Novelization of film: MGM, 1982;
        scw & dir: Robert Benton.)

ALLIN, LOU. SC: Belle Palmer, in title below and subsequent novels.

ALLINGHAM, MARGERY. SC: Betty Connolly = BC.
The Darings of the Red Rose. Crippen pb, 1995 ss (all with BC):
        Episode 1\Episode 2\Episode 3\The Girl on the Fire Escape\Her Day
        of Reckoning\The Lady at the Crossroads\The Watcher Behind the
        Curtain\The Whisper on the Phone

ALTMAN, JOHN
A Gathering of Spies. Add [London]

ALVARADO, RAFAEL A(NGEL). 1919-2004.

ALVAREZ, MICHAEL M. SC: Nick Madrid, in title below and a later novel.

AMES, DELANO
The Body on Page One. [London]

AMES, NORMA. 1920-2005. Delete reference to pseudonym and Ames Norman

AMESBURY, JAMES EDWARD. ca.1932- .

AMIS, KINGSLEY
The Darkwater Hall Mystery. [Eng., 1885]

ANDERSON, DILLON. 1906-1974.
-I and Claudie. Little, 1951 [Tex., 1943]

ANDERSON, GUS CARR. 1909-2002(?).

ANDERSON, KEVIN J(AMES)
Lethal Exposure. Add [future]
Ruins. [Mex.]

ANDREAE, CHRSTINE. ca.1948- .

ANDREANO, MICHAEL (A.) (Correcting last name spelling)
I Want Mine. [NYC]

ANDREAS, FRED [ALFRED KURT REINHOLD ANDREAS]. -ca.1980. Born in
        Germany; lived in Salzburg, Austria, in the last years of his life.
Captain Overboard. [ship]

ANDREWS, HORACE
-A Born Footballer. Aldine, 1929

ANDREWS, MARY RAYMOND SHIPMAN. 1860-1936.
The Counsel Assigned. Scribner, 1912 [Chi., 1845]

ANDREWS, (CHARLES) R(OBERT) D(OUGLAS)
-Three Girls Lost. Grosset, 1930 [Chi.]

ANGELL, JEANNETTE (L.). 1956- . (correction)

ANNE-MARIEL
Rendezvous in Peking. (Translation of "La Prison de Bambou.")

ANONYMOUS. SC: Tom Fox = TF; Captain Claude Coldgrip = CG; Wizard Will = WW..
The Autobiography of Jack Ketch. Churton, 1835; Carey, 1835. Also published as:
The Autobiography of a Notorious Legal Functionary. Chidley, 1838 (by
        Charles Whitehead, 1804-1862.)
Billy Bub, the Bootboy Detective. Aldine
Broadway Billy; or, Brought to Bay by a Bold Boy. (by Jesse C. Cowdrick, 1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy Among Jersey Thugs; or, The Night Hawks of North River. [N.J.] (by
        Jesse C. Cowdrick, 1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy Clears Up a Strange Case. (by Jesse C. Cowdrick, 1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy's Abroad; or, Caught in a Trap. Correct to: Broadway Billy Abroad; or,
        Caught in a Trap (by Jesse C. Cowdrick, 1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy's Best; or, Besting San Francisco's Finest. [S.F.] (by Jesse C. Cowdrick,
        1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy's Big Innings. (by Jesse C. Cowdrick, 1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy's Bluff; or, The Mute Chinaman Among the Crooks. (by Jesse C.
        Cowdrick, 1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy's Surprise Party; or, The Chimney Spy. (by Jesse C. Cowdrick,
        1859-1899.)
Broadway Billy's Wake. (by Jesse C. Cowdrick, 1859-1899.)
Captain Clue, the Fighting Detective. [NYC]
The Career of an Artful Dodger. Vickers, 1860 (by John Bennett.)
The Chamber of Mystery and other stories. Chambers, 1870 ss (including):
        The Chamber of Mystery\Curious Case of Circumstantial Evidence\Legal
        Metamorphoses\The Pursuit\The Revenge
Charlie Wag, the New Jack Sheppard. (London), 1861
Coldgrip in Deadwood. Aldine CG (Published in the U.S. as a dime novel by
        Captain Howard Holmes, q.v.)
The Conjuror Detective. (by E. Harcourt Burrage, 1839-1916, q.v.)
Cool Colorado, the Half-Breed Detective. Aldine
Dark Masquerade. (Novel by Edward J. Doherty, 1890-1975, q.v., and Grace Perkins
        from a scenario by Fulton Oursler, 1893-1952, q.v.) {correction}
Dashmorton's Legacy and A Cast of the Net. Show as published in 1885
The Demon Detective. [Eng.]
Detective Burr's Spirit Chase. Aldine TB
Detective Fleet of London. [London]
Detective Gordon's Grip. [NYC]
The Detective's Victory. [Denver]
The Dog Detective. Aldine [Boston]
The East Side Detective. [NYC]
The Ferret Afloat; or, Wizard Will's Last Case. Aldine WW
Flora, the Flower Girl; or, Wizard Will's Vagabond Pard. Aldine
The Forged Will; or, The Orphan and the Foundling. Spark (Eng.), 1866
The Four Detectives; or, The White Lady. General Publishing, ca.1885 (64 pp.)
The Gamblers; or, The Treacherous Friend. Livermore, 1824
The Great Dan of Denver, the Rocky Mountain Detective. Aldine [Denver]
Heigho! For a Husband. Brett, ca.1884
The Irish Detective. [Ky.]
Iron Burgess, the Government Detective. Delete
Jessie the Bookfolder; or, The Heroism of Love. Spark (Eng.), 1865
The Kentucky Detective. [Ky.]
The Lawyer's Shadow; or, Level-Headed Luke's Legacy. Aldine
The Leaf from the Past. Aldine CG (Published in the U.S. as a dime novel by
        Captain Howard Holmes, q.v.)
The Magnate Detective. [NYC]
A Maze of Crime. [NYC]
The Murdered Bride; or, The Victim of Treachery. Emans, ca.1820
The Mysteries of a Night; or, The Shadow Detective. Aldine
The Mystery of a Madstone. [Eng.]
On the Scent; or, Hawkeye, the London Detective. Aldine [London, 1820s]
The Panic Plunderers. {adding the "The"} (by Stephen H. Agnew, q.v.)
"Piping" a Conspiracy; or, The Detective in Russia. Aldine [Russ.]
Plot and Counterplot. [NYC]
Remarkable Convictions. [Scot.]
Sarah Brown, Detective. Delete
The Skeleton Crew; or, Wildfire Ned. Newsagent's Publishing (London), 1867
The Skeleton Horseman; or, The Shadow of Death. (London), 1866
The Sky Detective; or, A Boy's Fight for Life and Honor. Aldine
The Soft Hand Detective. Aldine
Sol Sharpe, Detective; or, Old Hayseed's Double Find. Aldine
The Statement of Stella Maberly. Delete
Tom Fox; or, The Revelations of a Detective. [London] ss (all with TF)
Under His Thumb. [NYC]
An Unsolved Mystery. Stevens, 1888 [train] (64 pp.)
Who Did It? [New Or.]
The Winning Hazard. Chambers, 1885 [Wales]
Wizard Will's Street Scouts. Aldine WW

ANTHONY, ADRIAN D. ca.1952- .

ANTHONY, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Barbara Rubien.
Dramatic Murder. [London]
Made for Murder. [Eng., Guat.]

ANTHONY, PATRICIA
Conscience of the Beagle. add [space]

ANTHONY, ROBERT
The Widow of Zanzibar. [E. Afr.]

APPELMAN, WILLIAM H(ENRY). 1939-2003.

APPIAH, (KWAME) ANTHONY. show name thus

ARCHER, GEOFFREY. SC: Sam Packer = SP, and in subsequent novels.
Fire Hawk. SP

ARCHER, JEFFREY (HOWARD)
The Eleventh Commandment. [Russ.]
Honour Among Thieves. [Wash. D.C., Iraq]

ARCHER, ROBERT. Pseudonym of Robert Vern DeWard, 1894-1984.

ARDEN, BARBI
Remembered Island. Holt, 1956. Also published as: Mystery at Indigo. Berkley, 1960
        [Minn.] (Intended for younger readers.)

ARMSTRONG, DAVID. Born in Birmingham; living in Wales.

ARMSTRONG, MARTIN (DONISTHORPE). 1882- .
The Butterfly. Collins, 1941

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT E. SC: Dr. Duncan MacDonnell, in title below and subsequent
                novel(s).

ARNOLD, JUDITH. Has degrees from Smith College and Brown Univ.; living in Mass.

ARTHUR, KARL. SC: Chaz Trenton, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

ASCANI, SPARKY (WILSON). 1922- . {correction}

ASCHER, GEORGE. 1938- .

ASH, MARK
-The Bank Clerk Boxer. Aldine, 1930
-The Boy Who Made Good. Aldine, 1929
-The Pug President. Aldine, 1929
-That Hurricane Right! Aldine, 1930

ASHE, MARY ANN
Alas for Her That Met Me! Add [1850s]

ASHER, HARRY
The Predators. U.S. title: In the Name of a Killer. St. Martin's, 1997

ASKEW, ALICE
Aylmer Vance: Ghost-Seer. (correction)

ATKINS, MEG ELIZABETH. SC: Sheldon Hunter = SH, and in subsequent novels.
Cruel As the Grave. SH

ATKINSON, REV. J. C.
Lost, or What Became of a Slip from "Honour Bright." Low, 1870

AUDEMARS, PIERRE
The Confessions of Hercules. {title correction}

AUSTIN, F(REDERICK) BRITTEN. Born and educated in London.

AUSTIN, H(ERBERT) H(ENRY). Born in Burma.

AUSTIN, RAYMOND. SC: Beauford Sloan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

AUSWAKS, ALEX. Living in Jerusalem.

AXELROOD, LARRY. SC: Darcy Cole, in title below and subsequent novels.

BABSON, MARIAN. Ruth Marian Stenstreem, 1929- .
In the Teeth of Adversity. [London]
The Multiple Cat. [London]
Nine Lives to Murder. [theatre]
Reel Murder. [London]
So Soon Done For. [London]

BACHMANN, LAWRENCE P(AUL). 1912-2004. {death date correction}

BACKUS, CAROL SUZANNE. ca.1946- .

BAGGALEY, JAMES
Shadow of the Eagle. Change [Fr.] to [Belg.]

BAGLEY, DESMOND. Pseudonym of Simon Bagley, 1923-1983.

BAILEY, ELLIOT. Born in Monmouth.

BAILEY, F(RANCIS) LEE. Add: Ref: CA.

BAILEY, FRANKIE Y. SC: Lizzie Stuart, in title below and subsequent novels.

BAILEY, HILEA. Set, all titles: Ill.

BAILEY, MICHELE
The Cuckoo Case. Delete St. Martin's edition

BAILEY, PHILLIP. (correcting first name spelling)

BAILEY, ROBERT L. 1938- .

BAILEY, ROBIN W.
Night Watch. [past]

BAIN, BRIAN (J.). SC: Dr. Stanley Highstreet, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BAIN, DONALD
War in Illinois. Prentice-Hall, 1978. Also published as: Charlie and the Shawneetown
        Dame. Purdue Univ., 2004 [Ill., 1920s] (Fictionalized true crime.)

BAIN, GRAHAM WARD
Round Robin. [London]

BAIRD, WILHELMINA
Clipjoint. add [space]

BAKER, DENYS VAL
Bizarre Loves. Brown Watson, 1966; Belmont, 1964 ss (at least that marked * is
        criminous): *The Affair of the Judge's Wife\The Beautiful House\The Boat\Carnal Knowledge\The Doctor's Discovery\Journal of a Strange Love\The Mother\One in a Million\A Tale Washed Up by the Sea\The Three of Us\The Woman at the Window\The Woman on the Houseboat

BAKER, ERIC T.
Checkmate. Roc pb, 1998 [space, future]

BAKER, JEANETTE (MARION). 1953- .
-Irish Lady. PB, 1998 [London]

BAKER, SIR SAMUEL
Cast Up by the Sea. Macmillan (London), 1869

BALDWIN, MART. SC: James Hackett, in title below and subsequent novels.

BALLANTYNE, R(OBERT) M(ICHAEL). Born in Edinburgh; a clerk for the Hudson Bay Fur
        Company and an employee of a publisher in Edinburgh before turning to writing.

BALLARD, JON. ca.1949- . Professor of accounting and business in Tampa.
1-4-3 Means I Love You. CNC pb, 1999 [Tampa, Calif.]

BALMER, EDWIN
Dangerous Business. [Chi.]
Her Great Moment; see Ruth of the U.S.A.
-Resurrection Rock. Little, 1920 [Mich., Chi.]
-Ruth of the U.S.A. British title: Her Great Moment. Paul, 1921 [Fr.]
That Royle Girl. [Chi.]

BAMBURG, LILLIAN. Add: Born in London.

BANK, AARON. 1902-2004.

BANNISTER, JO
A Bleeding of Innocents. [Eng.]
Burning Desire. [Eng.]
Death and Other Lovers. [London]
Mosaic. [Eng.]
Sins of the Heart. [Eng.]
Striving with Gods. [Eng.]

BARCLAY, SUZANNE. Carol Suzanne Backus, 1945-1999.
The Champion. Harlequin, 1999 [Eng., 1222]

BARCLAY, WILSON
The Seventh Man. [London]

BARING-GOULD, S(ABINE). Born in Exeter; educated at Cambridge; teacher and traveler;
        ordained as a priest in 1864; curate in Lewtrenchard.

BARKEN, AARON H(AROLD). 1919-2000. (Correction)

BARKER, ELSA. Born in Vermont.

BARNARD, ROBERT
Death and the Chaste Apprentice. [theatre]
A Fatal Attachment. add SC Charlie Peace
A Scandal in Belgravia. [London]

BARNES, STEVEN
Iron Shadows. Change [Calif.] to [Oreg.]

BARNETTE, IDA MILLICENT
-Maiden in Danger. Wright, 1951
-Maiden in Doubt. Wright, 1953
-Maiden in Peril. Wright, 1962

BARRATT, ROBERT. Pseudonym of Douglas Ridley Beeton, 1929- . South African professor
        of English and poet.

BARRETT, ALFRED WILSON
The Silver King. Correct Henry Herman birth date to: 1832.

BARRETT, FRANK. SC: Anthony Keene (adding first name)
The Haring Scandal. Correct to: The Harding Scandal
Kitty's Father. [theatre]

BARRETT, G(EOFFREY) J(OHN). 1928-1999.

BARRETT, MILDRED L. 1906-2003.

BARROLL, CLARE. 1912-2000.

BARRON, ANN (FORMAN)
Bride of Meance, as by Ann Forman Barron
Dark Vengeance, as by Ann Forman Barron
Serpent in Shadows, as by Ann Forman Barron

BARRON, STEPHANIE
Jane and the Wandering Eye. Change [Eng.] to [Bath]

BARRY, CHARLES. 1887- . {date correction} Born in Belfast.

BARRY, IRIS
Nurse Dawn's Discovery. Monarch, 1964

BARRY, JOE
The Clean-Up. [Ill.]

BARTEL, MOLLIE. 1911-2003.

BARTHELME, PETER (R.). 1939- . {date correction}

BARTHOLOMEW, NANCY. SC: Maggie Reid = MR, and in subsequent nove(s).
Your Cheatin' Heart. MR

BARTLETT, JOAN. SC: Berrien Gamble, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BARTLETT, VERNON (OLDFIELD). Born in Westbury; journalist.

BARTON, DAN. SC: Biff Kincaid = BK, and in subsequent novels.
Killer Material. BK

BASALT, COREY
-Avalanche. [Switz.] {add the dash}

BASSETT, SARA WARE
The Shifting Sands. Add the "The" and U.K. edition: Wright, 1935
-Within the Harbor. Doubleday, 1948

BASTABLE, BERNARD
Too Many Notes, Mr. Mozart. Change [Ger.] to [Eng.]

BATE, SAM
Motive for Murder. (3-act play.)
Murder at Deem House. (3-act play.)
Stage Door Murder. (1-act play.)

BATTEN, P(ETER) W(OODRUFF). Born in Tranmere, Cheshire.
-The Airman Half Back. Aldine, 1928
-Bred in the Bone. Aldine, 1926
-Champion in Spite of It All. Aldine, 1930
-Dan of the Rovers. Aldine, 1927
-From Prize Ring to Palace. Aldine, 1926
-Game to the End. Aldine, 1925
The Greenhorn Champion. Aldine, 1928
-The Knock-Out Fisherman. Aldine, 1926
-The Needle Match. Aldine, 1925
-Nobbled! Aldine, 1930
-The Pit Boy Centre. Aldine, 1931
-The Speed-King Centre. Aldine, 1929
-The Wizard of the Wing. Aldine, 1925

BAUER, LOIS BROWNING. SC: Hillary King, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BAUSCH, RICHARD (CARL)
Violence. [Chi.]

BAX, CLIFFORD. Born in Streatham.

BAXT, GEORGE
The William Powell and Myrna Loy Murder Case. change [ca.1940] to [1936]

BAXTER, CHARLES
-Shadow Play. Norton, 1993 [Mich.]

BAYER, JOHN F.
The Omega Deception. Add [Ger.]

BAYER, LEO GROSSBERG. 1908-2004.

BAZAN, EMILIA PARDO. Show as: PARDO BAZAN, EMILIA

BEAIRD, DICK. 1931-2004.

BEALS, CAROLYN KENNEDY. 1910-2004.

BEATON, M. C. Pseudonym of Marion C. Gibbons, 1936- .

BEAVEN, DEREK
Acts of Mutiny. Fourth Estate, 1998; Picador, 2000

BECHKO, P(EGGY) A(NNE). 1950- .
The Eye of the Hawk. Five Star, 1998 [Minn., 1800s]

BECKER, STEPHEN
-The Blue-Eyed Shan. Add [1949]

BECKMAN, CHARLES, JR. ca.1918- .
Honky Tonk Girl. Falcon pb, 1953 [Calif.]

BEDNAR, DAVE. ca.1962- . SC: Jack Crevalle, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BEECHING, JACK. 1922-2001.

BEILKE, EVAN A. 1924-2003.

BELGRAVE, LAURA. SC: Claudia Hershey, in title below and subsequent novels.

BELL, JAMES SCOTT
Blind Justice. [L.A.]

BELL, MARY HAYLEY [MARY HAYLEY BELL MILLS]. 1911- .
Duet for Two Hands. French (London), 1947 (Play.)

BELL, NEIL
Ten Short Stories. correct publisher to: Golden Galley

BELLAK, GEORGE (J.). 1919(?)-2002(?).

BELLINGHAM, CATHAL
-The Favourite Wins. Aldine, 1928
-The Lady Plunger. Aldine, 1924

BENEDETTO, PHILLIP. (correcting first name spelling)

BENNET, ROBERT AMES. Practiced law for several years.

BENNETT, ALFRED GORDON. Journalist, dramatist, novelist.

BENNETT, CHARLES (MOON)

BENNETT, JAY
Say Hello to the Hit Man. Delacorte, 1976
Skinhead. Watts, 1991 [N.Y.]

BENNETT, JOHN
The Life and Career of a London Errand Boy. Vicker, 1865 [London]

BENNETTS, PAMELA. Worked for London Diocesan Fund from 1938, retiring in 1980 as
        Deputy Secretary.
Death of the Red King. change [past] to [1100]
Regency Rogue. Hale, 1982; St. Martin's, 1982, as by Helen Ashfield [London, Brighton,
        1812]

BENSON, E(DWARD) F(REDERIC). SC: Amy Bondham = AB.
Fine Feathers and other stories. Oxford Univ. (Eng. & NYC), 1994 ss
        (at least those marked * are criminous): The Adventure of Hegel
        Junior\Atmospherics\Bottles\Boxing Night\Buntingford Jugs\By the
        Sluice\A Comedy of Styles\Complementary Souls\"Complete Rest" (AB)\The
        Defeat of Lady Hartridge\Dodo and the Brick\The Eavesdropper\An Entire
        Mistake\The Exposure of Pamela\The Fall of Augusta\Fine Feathers\The
        Five Foolish Virgins (AB)\George's Secret\The Jamboree\James Sutherland,
        Ltd.\Julian's Cottage\The Lovers (AB)\M.O.M.\The Male Impersonator\Miss
        Maria's Romance\Mr. Carew's Game of Croquet\Mrs. Andrew's Control\*My
        Friend the Murderer\Noblesse Oblige\*Professor Burnaby's Discovery\The
        Simple Life

BENSON, O(RWIN) G(AYLORD). 1927-2002.

BENSON, (ELEANORA) THEODORA (ROBY). Born in Lichfield, Eng.

BENSTEAD, C(HARLES) R(ICHARD). Lt. Commander in the Royal Navy.

BENTINE, MICHAEL. Born in Watford, Hertfordshire.

BENTLEY, JOHN
Dark Disguise. [Eng.]

BERESFORD, ELISABETH
Love and the SS Beatrice. Hale, 1972 [ship]

BERESFORD, LESLIE. Birth name: Charles Beresford Painter.

BERG, PATTI. 1950-2003.
-If I Can't Have You. Avon, 1998 [Santa Barbara]

BERGSTROM, MICHAEL R.
-Belly of the Whale. iUniverse pb, 2000 [Wis.]

BERRIDGE, ELIZABETH. 1921- . {date correction}

BERRY, WENDELL (ERDMAN). 1934-2002.

BETHAM-EDWARDS, M(ATILDA BARBARA). Born in Suffolk; largely self-educated;
        traveled much in rural France.

BETTANY, GEORGE (KERNAHAN GWYNNE). Born in London.

BHABRA, H. B. Add pseudonym: John Ford, q.v.
Zero Yield. delete

BILLETDOUX, FRANCOIS (PAUL). 1927-1991.

BINDER, FREDERICK MOORE. 1920-2004.

BINNS, OTTWELL. Unitarian minister.

BIRD, CARMEL
Unholy Writ. Change [Australia] to [Melb.]

BIRD, KENNETH (GEORGE). Born in Gloucester; journalist, playwright, information officer
        for BBC; also author of series of children's books.

BIRKBY, CAROL. Well-known South African foreign correspondent, war reporter and traveler.

BIRKETT, H(ENRY) F(ORREST). Born in Ulverston.
"The Isle of Dreames". (corrected spelling)

BIRTCHER, BARON R. SC: Mike Travis, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BISHOP, LEONARD. 1922-2002.

BITTO, RON(ALD JOHN). ca.1952- .

BLACK, LADBROKE (LIONEL DAY). Born in Burley-in-Wharfdale. SC: Havlock Preed
        (adding firt name)

BLACK, LIONEL. SC: Bill Comfort = BC.
The Eve of the Wedding. Add SC Bill Comfort
The Foursome. BC
Outbreak. BC
The Penny Murders. Add SC Bill Comfort
Swinging Murder. Add SC Bill Comfort

BLACK, STEPHEN WILLIAM. ca.1880-1931. South African journalist and playwright.
The Golden Calf. Laurie, 1925 [S. Afr.]

BLACKMON, ANITA [ANITA BLACKMON SMITH]. {Show name thus}

BLACKMORE, R(ICHARD) D(ODDRIDGE). Born in Berkshire; lived for some years in
        Wales; called to the bar in 1852 but gave up the law for teaching and writing.

BLAIR, JESSICA. 1923- .
The Locket. Piatkus, 2000 [Hull, 1860s]

BLAIR, MARIA. correct to: BLAIR, MARIE D.

BLAKE, DAN L.
-Killing Frost. Press-Tige, 1998 [Indiana]

BLAKE, JAMES CARLOS
-Red Grass River. Change [ca.1910] to [1911-1924]

BLAKE, MICHELLE. SC: Lily Connor, in title below and subsequent novels.

BLAKE, STACEY. Trained as an artist; traveled extensively (by foot, bicycle) in Europe and N.
        Afr.

BLAKELY, MIKE
Summer of Pearls. change [West] to [Tex., 1874, 1944]

BLAKESTON, OSWELL
Fingers. delete the dash

BLEECKER, THEODORE. 1923-2002.

BLESSING, AIRILEE ELLYN
Class of '68. [N.Y.]

BLISS, ADAM
Four Times a Widower. [U.S.]

BLOOMFIELD, ANTHONY (JOHN WESTGATE). 1922-2001.
The Tempter. [Eng.]

BLORE, LIEUT.-COMMANDER TREVOR. (show author name thus)

BLOXSOM, PETER. 1941- . Do not show as pseudonym of Kenneth Bird

BLUNT, GILES. SC: John Cardinal = JC, and in subsequent novel(s).
Forty Words for Sorrow. JC

BOARD, SHERRI L. SC: Katlin Lamar, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BOCCA, AL
Build Me a Blonde. Milestone, 1953
Make It Murder. Milestone, 1953 {show entry thus, deleting reference to Australian
        edition}

BODENHEIM, MAXWELL. 1893-1954.
-Sixty Seconds. Liveright, 1929

BOGARD, DALE. {show the Australian editions as published ca.1953}
Dark Kiss. World Distributors, 1952. Invincible (Australia), ca.1953 (Note: This is not
        the same book as that published as by Douglas Enefer.)
Let the Dead Sleep On. Delete
Send Her No Lilies. World Distributers, 1950

BOGART, WILLIAM
Sands Street. delete

BOGNER, NORMAN. SC: Michael Danton = MD, and in subsequent novel(s).
-The Madonna Complex. Coward, 1968; Allen, 1969 [NYC, Can.]
To Die in Provence. MD

BOLT, BEN
The Sword of Fortune. [1685]

BONANSINGA, JAY R.
Head Case. [Chi.]

BONSACK, CORNELIA. 1922-2003.

BOOTH, CHRISTOPHER B.
Mr. Clackworthy, Con Man. [Chi.]

BOOTH, STEPHEN. SC: Constable Ben Cooper, in title below and subsequent novels.

BOOTHBY, GUY (NEWELL). Born in Adelaide; educated in England, and after some years in
        Australia he settled in England.
Across the World for a Wife. delete the dash
A Sailor's Bride. White, 1889 [ship]

BOOTHE, GARY F. ca.1939- .
The Secret of Sherlock Holmes. Press Craft pb (Wash.), 1997 (Sherlock Holmes.)
        [Eng., past]

BORLASE, JAMES SKIPP
Blue Cap the Bushranger; or, The Australian Dick Turpin. Fox (London), 186?
        {correcting title and publisher/date}
Ned Kelly: The Ironclad Australian Bushranger. Isaacs (London), 1881
The Night Fossickers and other Australian tales of peril and adventure. Also published as:
        Daring Deeds and Tales of Peril and Adventure. Warne, 1868. And as: Australian
        Tales of Peril and Adventure. Warne, 1870. And as: Australian Tales of
        Peril and Adventure in Town and Bush. Cole (Melb.), ca.1890 ss: The Ace
        of Spades\Buried Alive\Homeward Bound via Panama\King Rum Tum's Ghost\A
        Leap for Life\The Lubra's Revenge\The Madman's Tale\The Missing Finger\Mystery
        and Murder\Night Fossickers\Pursuing and Pursued\The Salted Claims\The
        Shepherd's Hut\A Sticking-Up-and-Shooting-Down Adventure\Tale of a
        Skull\Three Golden Hairs
Stirring Tales of Colonial Adventure. Warne, 1894 ss (with some crime): The Black
        Bloodhound\The "Blue Noses"\Lured to Their Doom\Morning Call on Zebra
        Wolves\The Overseer at Cooinda\Perils Amongst Papuans\Saved by Shadows\A
        Slip Between Two Oceans

BORLIK, LINDA STAHL. 1938-2003.

BORODIN, GEORGE
The President Died at Noon. correct publisher/date to: Staples, 1944 [Paris, 1932]

BORTH, WILLAN G. Born in Burton-on-Trent.

BOUCICAULT, DION(YSIUS LARDNER). Born in Dublin and educated there and in London;
        actor and playwright.

BOURCHIER, M. H.
        The Adventures of a Goldsmith. Matthews, 1898 [Fr., ca.1800]

BOUSTEAD, LEILA
        The Blue Diamonds. {correction; deleting the dash} [India, Ceylon]

BOW, ROSS
-The Fatal Fence, Aldine, 1930
-A Reckless Gamble. Aldine, 1931

BOWEN, KEVIN. SC: Dr. Wil Wilson, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BOWEN, MARJORIE. Born in Hayling.

BOWICK, DOROTHY MULLER. Pseudonym of Dorothy Bowick Mueller, 1901-1989.

BOWNE, SAM(UEL W.). 1925-2003.

BOX, SYDNEY. Add: Born in Beckenham.

BOYCE, MRS. E. C.
Murdered or ____? Arrowsmith, 1890

BOYD, R(OBERT) S. Ref: CA.

BOYER, RICHARD L(EWIS)
The Giant Rat of Sumatra. Change [1893] to [1894]

BOYLE, ANN (PETERS). 1916-2003.

BRADBURY, RAY(MOND DOUGLAS)
-Something Wicked This Way Comes. [Ill.]

BRADDON, M. E.
Aurora Floyd. Change U.S. publisher from Harper to Peterson
The Golden Calf. Change U.S. publisher from Lovell to Munro
John Marchmont's Legacy. Change U.S. publisher from Harper to Peterson
The Lady Lisle. Change U.K. publication date from 1861 to 1862
Mohawks. Change U.S. publisher from Harper to Ogilvie
One Life, One Love. Add U.S. edition: Lupton, 1893

BRADFORD, BARBARA TAYLOR
Dangerous to Know. [Conn.]

BRADLEY, LAURA. Pseudonym of Linda E. Zimmerhanzel, ca.1965- .

BRADY, LIZ. SC: Jane Yeats, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

BRAND, MAX
The Masterman. Five Star, 2000 [Alaska, 1800s]

BRAND, (CHARLES) NEVILLE. Employed by the Bank of England.

BRANDON, JOHN G(ORDON). Show SC Patrick Aloysius McCarthy as Detective-Inspector.
The Bond Street Murder. (Note: This is a rewrite of Brandon's Sexton Blake novel, Murder on the Fourth Floor, q.v.)
The Dragnet. SC: Detective-Inspector Patrick Aloysius McCarthy
M for Murder! [London]

BRANDON, WILLIAM (E.). 1914-2002.

BRAUN, LILIAN JACKSON. Add: Ref: CA.

BRAUN, MATTHEW
Shadow Killers. St. Martin's pb, 2000 [Santa Fe, 1800s]

BRAZAITIS, MARK (THOMAS). Ref: CA.

BREEDIN, DAVID. correct to: BREEDEN, David

BREEM, WALLACE (WILFRED SWINBURNE). 1926-1990.

BREJLA, TERRY. SC: Don DeCarlo, in title below and subsequent novels.

BRETT, SIMON. SC: Carole Seddon = CS, and in subsequent novels.
The Body on the Beach. CS

BREWER, STEVE. SC: Drew Gavin = DG, and in subsequent novel(s).
End Run. DG

BRIANT, JOHN H. SC: Jason Black, in title below and subsequent novels.

BRICE, MONICA. 1910-1999.

BRIDGES, HILDA
Chinese Jade. Wright, 1933

BRIDGES, ROY(AL). Born in Hobart, Tasmania.

BRIDGES, VICTOR (GEORGE DeFREYNE)
Jetsam. {was the ss "The Later Edition" really published so much later in The Strand
        Magazine?}

BRIDGMONT, LESLIE
Unbriefed Mission. [Eng.]

BRIEN, R. N. Pseudonym of Jerome Bernard Whelan.
The Missing Solicitor. Skeffington, 1952 [Eng.]

BRIGGS, PATRICIA
When Demons Walk. Ace. 1998

BRIGHT, JOHN. Born in Sheffield.

BRIGHTWELL, EMILY. change [1800s] to [1880s] and [Eng.] to [London]

BRIN, SUSANNAH. ca.1949- .

BRISBANE, COUTTS
The Memory Man. Nelson (London), 1948

BROCKMANN, SUZANNE
Body Guard. [NYC]
Get Lucky. Silhouette, 2000 [Calif.]
Identity Unknown. Silhouette, 1999; Silhouette (U.K.), 2000 [N. Mex.]

BROCKSEN, ROBERT W. SC: Jim Boston, in title below and subsequent novel(s).
The Game Killers. (Amy L. Woodis, ca.1953- .)

BROOKES, KENNETH. 1909- .
Perilous River. Jarrolds, 1938 [China]

BROOKINS, CARL. SC: Michael Tanner, in title below and subsequent novels.

BROOKS, (AMY HELEN) PATRICIA. Delete birth date and Ref: CA.

BROOKS, (CHARLES WILLIAM) SHIRLEY. 1816-1874. {adding first names and
        correcting birth year} Born in London; studied law but became a novelist,
        playwright and editor of Punch.

BROSNAN, JOHN (RAYMOND). 1947-2005.

BROWN, ALAN. Joint pseudonym of Tim Brown and Alan Rustage, 1949- , q.v.
        Ccorrection)

BROWN, BOB. correct to: BROWN, ROBERT

BROWN, DALE
Battle Born. add [Kor.]
Day of the Cheetah. add [Russ.]
Hammerheads. [Carib.]

BROWN, DAN. SC: Robert Langdon = RL, and in subsequent novels.
Angels & Demons. RL

BROWN, ELWOOD (S.). 1919(?)-1971(?).

BROWNE, MARSHALL. SC: Inspector Anders = A, and in subsequent novel(s); Otto Rudd = OR.
The Burnt City. Show as pb OR
The Gilded Cage. Show as pb and change publication date to: 1996 OR
The Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders. A

BROWNING, GARETH
The Black Ink Mystery. [London]

BROWNLEE, FRANK HAROLD. 1875-1952. {Date correction}
-Ntsukumbibi: Cattle Thief. Cape, 1929 [S.Afr.]

BROYLES, R(ANDALL) L. 1931-2003.

BRUCE, H. A.
From the Ranks to the Peerage. Digby, 1899 [Eng.]

BRUCE, KENNEDY
The Poisoned Fang. [India]

BRUHNS, NINA. ca.1954- .
Catch Me If You Can. Silhouette, 2000 [La.]

BRUNO, JOSEPH J(OHN)

BRYANT, M(ARGUERITE). 1870-1962. = BRYANT, MARGUERITE
        {so link the two entries and show dates as above}

BRYCE, MRS. E. C.
Murdered or _____? Arrowsmith, 1890

BRYDEN, H(ENRY) A(NDERSON). Born in Banbury.

BUCHANAN, WILLIAM J(ESSE). 1926-2005.

BUCKLEY, CHRISTOPHER
Royal Chase. [Europe]

BUCKLEY, FIONA
To Ruin a Queen. Change [Fr.] to [Wales]

BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F.
Marco Polo, If You Can. add [Russ.]

BUCKSTONE, J(OHN) B(ALDWIN). Born in London; actor, stage manager and prolific
        playwright.

BUDD, JACKSON
The Three Jolly Vagabonds. Delete

BUGGE, CAROLE
The Haunting of Torre Abbey. change [past] to [1890s]
The Star of India. add [London]

BULEY, E(RNEST) C(HARLES). 1869-1933.
-The Flying Jockey. Aldine, 1924
-Golden Barb's Victory. Aldine, 1924
-The Luck of Mapledown. Aldine, 1924
-Paddy Doran. Aldine, 1924
-A Rogue at Rugeley. Aldine, 1925
-The White Moth. Aldine, 1925

BUNKER, DUSTY. SC: Samantha Blackwell, in title below and subsequent novels.

BUNKER, EDWARD. 1933-2005.

BURCELL, ROBIN. SC: Kate Gillespie, in title marked KG and subsequent novels
Every Move She Makes. KG

BURDEN, PETER. 1948- . Born in Birmingham, living in Hertfordshire. See: John Francome,
        1952- .

BURGIN, G. B. Born in Croydon.

BURKE, THOMAS
Twinkletoes. Richards, 1917; McBride, 1918

BURNETT, GEORGE
Violent Security. [London]

BURRAGE, A(THOL) HARCOURT. Born in Earlswood.

BURRAGE, A(LFRED) M(cLELLAND). SC: Derek Scarfe (correction)
        -Some Ghost Stories. Palmer, 1927; Bookfinger, 1980 ss: Between the Minute and the
        Hour\Bowdean Farm\Footprints\Furze Hollow\The Gambler's Room\The Green Scarf\Nobody's
        House\Playmates\The Room Over the Kitchen\The Summer-House\Wrastler's End\The Wrong
        Station\The Yellow Curtains

BURRAGE, E(DWIN) HARCOURT. See also: Anonymous ("The Conjuror Detective").

BURRARD, GERALD. Born in India; expert on firearms, ballistics, and game hunting.

BURROWS, GERALDINE [GERALDINE BURROWS LONGO]. 1950- .
Miss Sedgewick and the Spy. Five Star, 2000 [Fr., 1814]

BURT, MICHAEL
We'll Soldier No More. Ward, 1943 [India] (Series of episodes, one criminous.)

BURTON, CARL D. 1913-2004.

BURTON, MILES. SC: Insp. Henry Arnold {adding first name}

BUSBY, F(RANCIS) M(ARION, JR.). 1921-2005.

BUSH, M(IRIAM R.) LLOYD. 1925-1999(?).

BUTCHER, JIM. SC: Harry Dresden, in title below and subsequent novels.

BUTLER, NANCY. Pseudonym of Nancy J. Hajeski, 1951- .
The Rake's Retreat. Signet, 1999 [Eng., 1810s]

BUTLER, WILLIAM VIVIAN
Young Detectives' Whodunit. Granada pb, 1983 ss (intended for younger readers):
        The Case of the Crowded Compartment\The Case of the Falling Star\The Case
        of the Haunted Yacht\The Case of the Perilous Planet\The Case of the
        Screwed-Up Scarecrow\The Case of the Wounded Caesar

BYFORD-JONES, W(ILFRED). 1907-1977. Journalist and editor.

BYRD, CHARLES W.
Retribution: and other short fiction. Xlibris pb, 2000 ss (with some crime):
        Anniversary\Elizabeth\The Hanging\The Marked\Midnight\Red Duck\Retribution\Sprightly Spirits

BYRD, ELIZABETH. 1912-1989.
Rest Without Peace. delete the dash

BYRON, RONALD
Hamilton Avenue. Constable, 1957

CABLE, BOYD. Born in Bangalore, India; playwright and screenwriter.

CADELL, ELIZABETH
Deck with Flowers. Canadian title: Decked with Flowers. Star Weekly (newspaper
        supplement), 1973
None So Blind. Star Weekly (Canadian newspaper supplement), 1965

CADIGAN, PAT
Dervish Is Digital. add U.S. edition: Tor, 2001 [NYC]

CAILLOU, ALAN
The Mindanao Pearl. [Philippines]

CAIN, ROBERT. ca.1924- . Journalist in south Florida.

CAINE, HALL
The Shadow of a Crime. add [1600s]

CALDON, CHRISTOPHER C.1965- .
-Concrete Hotel. Tiras pb (Kan. City), 1998 [Fla.]

CALL, MAX. 1924-1995(?).

CALTHROP, DION CLAYTON
The Ivory Mask. Hodder, 1924 [London]

CAMACHO, AUSTIN S. SC: Hannibal Jones, in title below and subsequent novels.

CAMBRAY, C. K.
Personal. [Conn.]

CAMBRIDGE, ADA. Born in Norfolk; married and went to Australia in 1870.

CAMERON, LINDY
Golden Relic. Change [Australia] to [Melb.]

CAMERON, MRS. LOVETT. Born in Essex.

CAMP, CANDACE
A Stolen Heart. Mira, 2000 [Paris, London, 1789, 1811]

CAMPANOZZI, LOUIS A. 1943-2002.

CAMPBELL, HAZEL (MARY FAITH). Born in India.

CAMPBELL, SIR MALCOLM. Born in Chislehurst.

CAMPBELL, RAMSEY
        -Ancient Images. [London]

CAMPBELL, SCOTT
The Adventures of Felix Boyd. [NYC]
Below the Dead-Line. [NYC]
The Exploits of a Private Detective. [NYC]
Felix Boyd's Final Problems. [NYC]
Felix Boyd's Revelations. [NYC]
On the Trail of "Big Finger". [NYC]

CAMPION, CYRIL (THERON). Born in London; dramatist.

CANDLER, EDMUND. A teacher and professor of English literature in India.

CANFIELD, SANDRA (KAY PATTERSON). 1944-2003.

CANNELL, STEPHEN J(OSEPH)
The Devil's Workshop. [Md.]

CANNON, CURT
I Like 'Em Tough. ss correction: Deadlier Than the Mail

CANNON, ELLIOTT
The Treachery Trade. [Greece]

CAPELLI, ACE
The Big Deal. Castle pb, ca.1954
Trapped. Correct publisher to: Castle pb

CAPES, BERNARD
The Mill of Silence. Change U.K. publisher/date from Long, 1902 to: Leng pb, 1899

CAPETO, ISABEL. Delete Ref: CA.

CARBONE, SONNY
Three Shots in the Night. Literacy Volunteers pb (N.Y.), 1992 (63 pp.)

CARD, ORSON SCOTT
-Homebody. Harper, 1998 [N.C.]

CAREW, CHARLTON
The Poacher's Wife. [Eng.]

CAREW, JACK
-The Leather Glove. Aldine, 1927

CAREY, BASIL
Left for Dead. [China]

CAREY, DIANE [DIANE CAREY-BRODEUR]. 1954- . Ref: CA.
After the Torchlight. Signet, 1986 [Eng., 1745]

CAREY, ROSA NOUCHETTE. Born in London.

CARGILL, LESLIE
Fortune's Apprentice. Delete

CARLETON, COUSIN MAY
La Masque; or, The Midnight Queen. [London, 1665]

CARLON, PATRICIA
The Whispering Wall. [Syd.]

CARLSON, P(ATRICIA) M(cEVOY)
Bad Blood. add [NYC]

CARPENTER, CARLETON
Sleight of Hand. Also published as: Sleight of Deadly Hand. Black Walnut pb, 1985
Stumped. Black Walnut pb, 1985 [N.Y.]

CARPENTER, EDWARD CHILDS. Born in Philadelphia.

CARPENTER, HELEN (ALDEN) K(NIPE). Wife of Edward Childs Carpenter, 1870-1952, q.v.

CARR, CAMERON. 1876- . Pseudonym: R. R. Ryan, q.v.

CARR, FRANK
-Baby Loughton-Master of Men. Aldine, 1930

CARR, KIRBY
Let Me Kill You, Sweetheart. [L.A.]
Who Killed You, Cindy Castle? [L.A.]

CARR, WILLIAM H. A. 1924-2003.

CARREL, MARK
The Case of the Perfect Alibi. [U.S.]
A Sword of Silk. [Chi.]

CARROLL, JAMES P.
-Memorial Bridge. Houghton, 1911

CARROLL, JONATHAN
After Silence. [L.A.]
-From the Teeth of Angels. Collins, 1994; Doubleday, 1994 [Vienna]

CARSTAIRS, JOHN PADDY
-Call No Man Faithful. Hutchinson, 1951 [ship]

CARTER, EDITH. Actress and playwright; born in Sheffield.

CARTER, NICHOLAS
The Crime of a Countess. Add U.K. edition: Aldine, n.d.

CASEY, ROBERT J(OSEPH). {add middle name}
The Secret of 37 Hardy Street. [Chi.]

CASSIDAY, BRUCE (BINGHAM). 1920-2005.
Operation Goldkill. Correct title to: code name: Jericho Operation Goldkill
        {code name given in lower case as above}

CASSIDY, JOHN (RUFUS). 1922-2004.

CASTILLO, LINDA. Living in Dallas.
Remember the Night. Silhouette, 2000; Silhouette (U.K.), 2002 [New Or.]

CASTLE, EGERTON. Born in London.

CATANACH, J. N.
The Last Rite of Hugo T. [NYC]

CAULFIELD, MAX
Bruce Lee Lives? Add U.K. edition, listing first: Star, 1975

CAUSEY, JAMES O. 1924- . (dating correction)

CAVERLY, CAROL A.,
Dead in Hog Heaven. (correction)

CERNACH, SEAN. SC: Pete Sandstrom, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

CHALKER, JACK L(AURENCE). 1944-2005.
The Moreau Factor. [Wash. D.C.]

CHAMP, TOM
-Foes in the Saddle. Aldine, 1929
-A Racing Certainty. Aldine, 1930

CHAMPLIN, TIM
Treasure of the Templars. Five Star, 2000 [N. Mex., 1897]

CHANCE, JOHN NEWTON. SC: Mr. Evelyn DeHavilland {adding SC first name}

CHANDLER, GLENN
Killer. (Novelization of a TV movie.) {correction}

CHANDLER, PETER
Bucks. [Chi.]

CHANDLER, RANDY. ca.1947- . See: T. Winter-Damon.

CHANG, LEONARD. SC: Allen Choice, in title below and subsequent novels.

CHANNON, E(THEL) M(ARY). Born in Ireland.

CHAPMAN, H. E.
The Heseltine Mystery. [London]

CHASE, KIP
Murder Most Ingenious. [L.A.]

CHATER, ELIZABETH EILEEN MOORE. 1910-2004.

CHATTERTON, (HENRIETTA) GEORGIANA (MARCIA). 1806-1876.
-Compensation. Parker, 1856

CHAVETTE, EUGENE
Mystery of Hotel Brichet. Show original title as: "Defunt Brichet"

CHEATHAM, LILLIAN. 1926-2004.

CHEKHOV, ANTON PAVLOVICH
The Shooting Party. (Translation of "Drama na Okhote", originally serialized in a
        Russian newspaper, "Novosti Dnia," in 1884-5.)

CHEPAITIS, BARBARA
Learning Fear. Add [N.Y.]

CHERNYONOK, MIKHAIL (YAKOVLEVICH). SC: Anton Biryukov {correction}

CHERRY, BOB. Native Texan living in Wyo.

CHESBRO, GEORGE
Dream of a Falling Eagle. [NYC]

CHESNEY, MARION. Pseudonym of Marion C. Gibbons, 1936- .
Plain Jane. St. Martin's, 1986; Firecrest, 1987 [London, 1808]
The Scandalous Lady Wright. Crest, 1990; Hale, 1991

CHESNEY, WEATHERBY
The Romance of a Queen. [Balkans]

CHESTER, SARAH. Pseudonym of Marion C. Gibbons, 1936- .

CHEYNEY, PETER
Lady Beware. Show title in U.S. as Lady, Beware

CHIEL, DEBORAH. ca.1947- .

CHILD, LEE
Running Blind. [Portland]

CHILDAR, CATHARINE. Pseudonym of Annie C. C. Aldrich.
The Double Dutchman. Hurst, 1884

CHITTENDEN, F. A.
The Widow in White. [Eng.]

CHIZMAR, RICHARD
Monsters and other stories. Subterranean pb, 1998 ss (with some crime): Heroes\Like
        Father, Like Son\The Man with X-Ray Eyes\Monsters\Night Call\The Silence of Sorrow

CHMIELEWSKI, STEVE(N A.). show name thus

CHOLMONDELEY, MARY. Born in Hodnet, Shropshire.
Diana Tempest. delete the dash

CHRISTIE, DOUGLAS. Born in Scotland.

CHRISTOPHER, LAWRENCE. SC: Mick Hart, in title below and subsequent novels.

CIAMBRONE, DAVID F. SC: Virginia Davies, in title below and subsequent novels.

CLAMP, H. M. E. Born in Woking, Eng.

CLANCY, TOM
Clear and Present Danger. [Colom.]
Debt of Honor. [Jap.]
Executive Orders. [Wash. D.C.]
Patriot Games. [London]
Red Storm Rising. [Europe]
Without Remorse. [Viet Nam, 1970s]

CLAPP, PATRICIA [PATRICIA CLAPP CONE]. 1912-2003.

CLAPPEN, JOHN. Born in Westcliff-on-Sea; navigating officer for British India Steam
        Navigation Co.

CLARE, BAXTER. SC: Lt. L. A. "Frank" Franco, in title below and subsequent novels.

CLARK, GAIL
Dulcie Blight. change [Eng., ca.1810] to [London, 1812]
The Baroness of Bow Street. change [Eng., cal1810] to [London, 1812]

CLARK, MARCUS. Born in London; went to Australia in 1863; journalist, drama critic and
        playwright there.

CLARK, MARY HIGGINS
Moonlight Becomes You. Change [R.I.] to: [Newport]

CLARKE, ANNA. 1919-2004.
Poison Parsley. add U.S. edition: Berkley, 1992

CLARKE, LAURENCE
Bernard Treves's Boots. [Eng.]
The Mayfair Mystery. [London]

CLAUSEN, LOWEN. SC: Katherine Murphy, in title below and subsequent novels.

CLAY, BERTHA
Romance of a Black Veil. Munro, 1883; Stevens (anonymously), ca.1900 . Also
        published as by Charlotte M. Brame: Lovell, 1886

CLAY, E. HAMILTON
Deadly Wanton. Cleveland (Syd.), n.d.

CLEEVE, BRIAN
Death of a Painted Lady. Change [Ire.] to [Dublin]

CLEGG, DOUGLAS
Purity. [R.I.]

CLELAND, R(OBERT)
A Rich Man's Relatives. White, 1885 [Can.]

CLEMENT, FRANK A.
Picture Him Dead! (adding exclamation point)

CLEMENTS, E. H.
Parcel of Fortune. [Eng.]
Sea-Change. [Eng.]

CLEMENTS, HENRY
-She Waits. Popular Library, 1975 [NYC] (Novelization of a TV movie.)

CLIFFORD, MRS. W. K. Born in London and brought up in Barbados.

CLIMER, STEVEN LEE. 1966- .
Demonesque. Darktales pb (Mo.), 1999 [Mich.]

CLOTHIER, PETER (DEAN)
Chiaroscuro. [NYC]

CLOUSTON, J(OSEPH) STORER. Born in Cumberland; educated at Oxford and called to the
        bar in 1895; lived in Orkney.

CLYNES, MICHAEL
A Brood of Vipers. Change [1520s] to [1523]

COBB, BELTON
Suspicion in Triplicate. Delete SC Cheviot Burmann

COBB, SYLVANUS
-The King's Talisman. [Mid. East]

COBBAN, J(AMES) Mac;LAREN. Born in Aberdeen and trained as a Presbyterian minister.

COCKEY, TIM. SC: Hitchcock Sewell, in title below and subsequent novels.

COCKTON, HENRY. Born in London.
The Steward. Clark, 1850

CODY, LIZA
Backhand. [London, Fla.]
Bad Company. [London]
Monkey Wrench. [London]
Under Contract. [London]

COETZEE, JOHN. 1940- .
-In the Heart of the Country. Secker, 1977. U.S. title: From the Heart of the Country.
        Harper, 1977 [S. Afr.]

COFFMAN, VIRGINIA (EDITH). 1914-2005.

COGGESHALL, INA. SC: Jennifer McCallum and Bill Conlon, in title below and subsequent
        novel(s).

COGGINS, MARK. SC: August Riordan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

COHEN, LEN. SC: Micki Feldsher, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

COKE, DESMOND. Writer of stories for boys.

COLBY, ROBERT. 1919-2004.

COLBY, TED. SC: Jack Deiter, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

COLE, CATHY. SC: Nicola Sharpe, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

COLE, DAVID. SC: Laura Winslow, in title below and subsequent novels.

COLE, MARTINA. SC: Maura Ryan = MR, and in subsequent novel(s).
Dangerous Lady. MR

COLE, MELLEN
Cy Ross. Gay, 1891; Ogilvie, 1891 [Eng., Calif.]

COLE, R(OBERT) WILLIAM. Set: Eng.
-The Artificial Girl. [acad.]

COLE, SOPHIE. Born in London.

COLEMAN, M(ARY) E(LIZABETH). 1930- .
-The Vengeful Guest. Hale, 1984

COLERIDGE, M(ARY) E(LIZABETH). Born and lived in London.

COLLEY, I(SOBEL) B(AIN). -1991. Author of children's poetry; contributor to the
        children's section of the New Zealand Herald.

COLLIER, JANE. Pseudonym of Jane Jackson, 1944- . (correction)

COLLIER, JOHN (HENRY NOYES)
Fancies and Goodnights. ss correction: The Invisible Dove Dancer of Strathpheen Island

COLLIER, RICHARD (HUGHESON). Delete Ref: CA.

COLLINS, CHARLES ALLSTON. Brother of (William) Wilkie Collins, 1824-1889, q.v.

COLLINS, LARRY. 1929-2005.
White Widow. Delete

COLLINS, RANDALL. Add: Ref: CA.

COLLINS, (WILLIAM) WILKIE. SC: Mr. Troy = T.
The Haunted Hotel. T
My Lady's Money. T

COLLISON, WILSON. SC: Steve Moffatt = SM.
Glittering Isle. SM
The Second Mrs. Lynton. SM

COLQUHOUN, KEITH. 1927- . {correction}

COLSON, PERCY. Born in Barnet.

COMPTON, HERBERT (EASTWICK)
The Palace of Spies. [London]
The Undertaker's Field. [Eng.]

COMPTON, RALPH. 1920-1998.
Sixguns and Double Eagles. Signet, 1998 [West, 1884]

COMYN, BRUCE
-Wicked Thomas Carey. Macdonald, 1943

CONAWAY, JIM C.
Angel Possessed, as by J. C. Conaway.

CONLEY, ROBERT J(ACKSON)
Go-Ahead Rider. Correct Evans publication date to: 1990

CONN, BRUCE C. ca.1950- .

CONNELLY, MICHAEL
The Poet. [Denver]

CONNOLLY, G(EORGE) A(GUSTUS) V(ICTOR)
Blotted Copy Books. Wright, 1933

CONTE, CHARLES. Charles Roy Mackinnon, 1924-2005.

CONVERSE, FLORENCE
Sphinx. Dutton, 1931; Dent, 1931 [It.]

CONWAY, HUGH
Carriston's Gift and other stories. Move entry here from F. J. Fargus entry and change
        U.K. date from 1884 to 1886
Dark Days. Arrowsmith, 1884; Holt, 1884 {entry moved here from F. J. Fargus entry,
        and U.S. date corrected}
Slings and Arrows and other tales. Move entry here from F. J. Fargus entry

CONWAY, PETER
One for the Road. [London]

COOK, ALAN. SC: Lillian Morgan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

COOK, KIRTLEY R. ca.1957- .

COOK, ROBIN.
Contagion. SC: Jack Stapleton & Laurie Montgomery

COOK-ANDERSON, GRETCHEN (R.). ca.1969- .

COOKSON, CATHERINE
Feathers in the Fire. Change Bantam, 1973 to: Bobbs, 1972

COOPER, (GWALDYS) DOROTHY
-Malice in the Sun. Gresham, 1962

COOPER, EDWARD H(ERBERT). Born in Newcastle under Lyme; a journalist.

COOPER, LEONARD
Wanted at His Office. [Eng.]

COOPER, MORTON
Delinquent! {delete the dash} [NYC]

COPELAND, BILL. 1917-2004.

COPP, TED [THEODORE BAYARD FLETCHER COPP]. 1902- . SC: Steve Knight in all
        titles, intended for younger readers
-The Bridge of Bombers. Grosset, 1941.
The Mystery of Devil's Hand. Grosset, 1941 [Belize]
-The Phantom Fleet. Grosset, 1942

COREN, ALAN. 1938- .
Bumf. Robson, 1984 ss (humorous pieces from Punch; criminous ones marked *):
        Affluent Societies\Animal Crackers\*Birds of a Feather\Bleeding Hearts\*Blue
        Flics\Christmas Message\The Denmark Factor\Enigma Variations\Fish Out of
        Water\For Fear of Finding Something Worse\From Grave to Gay, by Turns,
        and Gay to Grave\Going by the Book\Good Star, Bad Star\Just a Snog at
        Twilight\Lif' Dat Bail\Metamorphosis\Moscow or Bust\The New Extremely
        English Bible\No Bloody Fear\O Little Town of Cricklewood\Royal Slice
        of Bread\Shelf Life\Sixty Vainglorious Years\Somebody Up There Life
        Me\Subordinate Claus\Tax Britannica\10.66 Pounds and All That\Thought
        for Today\To a Degree\A Winter's Tale\Wrap Up Some Red Roses for an Old Lady

CORNFORD, L(ESLIE) COPE. A journalist and short story writer.

CORREN, GRACE
Mansion of Deadly Dreams. [L.I., late 1800s]

CORRINGTON, JOHN WILLIAM. Add: Ref: CA.

CORY, DESMOND
Begin, Murderer! [Oxford]
A Bit of a Shunt Up the River. [Wales]
The Dobie Paradox. Change [Scot.] to [Wales]
Johnny Goes West. Change [S. Am.] to [Venez.]

COSTELLO, PETE
Undercover Dame. Edwin Self, ca.1952

COURTNEY, DONALD (V.). ca.1935- .
Simba Gold. Dell, 1985 [Tanzania]

COWARD, MAT. SC: Insp. Don Packham and Constable Frank Mitchell, in title below and
        subsequent novel(s).

COWDRICK, JESSE C. See: Anonymous (Broadway Billy series).

COX, EDMUND CHARLES. Born in Exeter.

COXE, GEORGE HARMON
Peril Afloat. Saalfield, 1938 [ship]

CRABBE, RICHARD E(DWARD). SC: Sgt. Tom Braddock, in title below and subsequent
        novel(s).

CRACE, JIM. Living in Birmingham.

CRANE, MICHAEL. SC: Jack Conwell, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

CRANKSHAW, EDWARD. 1909-1984.

CRAVEN, JERRY
Snake Mountain. Texas Christian Univ., 2000 [Tex.]

CRAWSHAY-WILLIAMS, ELIOT. Educated at Eton and Oxford; served in parliament;
        author and playwright.

CREASEY, JOHN
The Toff and the Terrified Taxman. (title correction)

CREIGHTON, CHRISTOPHER. Pseudonym of John Christopher Ainsworthy-Davis.

CRIDER, BILL. SC: Prof. Sally Good = SG, and in subsequent novels.
Murder Is an Art. SG

CRISP, FRANK (ROBSON). 1915-1996.
-The Devil Diver. Change U.K. publisher from Lane to: Bodley Head
-The Golden Quest. Change U.K. publisher from Lane to: Bodley Head
-The Haunted Reef. Change U.K. publisher from Lane to: Bodley Head
-The Nail of Suspicion. Change publisher from Low to: Paul
-The Sea Robbers. Add U.K. editing, listing first: Bodley Head, 1949
-The Treasure of Barby Swin. Change U.K. publisher from Lane to: Bodley Head
-The Weird Archer. Change publisher from Lane to: Bodley Head

CRISP, N(ORMAN) J(AMES). 1923-2005.

CROFT, JENNIFER S. 1962- . Pseudonym: Jennifer L. Jordan, q.v.

CROKER, B. M. Born in Ireland.

CROMARSH, H. RIPLEY
The Secret of the Moor Cottage. [Eng., 1700s]

CROMIE, ROBERT. Born in Ireland.

CROMMELIN, MAY. Born in Ireland.
-The Freaks of Lady Fortune. White, 1891

CROSBY, GEORGE S. SC: Bill Reardon, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

CROSS, VICTORIA. Born in India.

CROSSING, WILLIAM
From a Dartmoor Cot. [Eng., past] all listed stories criminous except The Wish Hounds

CROWE, CATHERINE (ANN STEVENS). Born in Kent; lived mostly in Edinburgh after
        marriage.

CRUMBLEY, D. LARRY
The Ultimate Rip-Off. Thomas Horton pb, 1998

CRUMLEY, JAMES
Dancing Bear. [Montana]

CRUMP, DAVID. SC: Robert Herrick, in both titles.
Conflict of Interest. Strawberry Hill pb, 1997
The Holding Company. Show as pb

CRUNDEN, ALLEN B.
Chicago Winter's Tale. Change [WWI] to [1916]

CRUZ, MARK. SC: Chet Tabor/Kill Squad (Instead of Chester Tabor)
Voyage of Death. [Mex.]

CULLUM, RIDGWELL. Born in London; traveled widely for 30 years before settling in Eng.

CUNNINGHAM, JERE
-The Visitor. [Chi.]

CURTISS, PHILIP EVERETT. Reporter.

CURWEN, HENRY. Born in Cumberland; came to London and then to India where he was
        editor of the Times of India.

CURZON, CLARE
Guilty Knowledge. Change [ca.1905] to [1908]

CUSHMAN, DAN
Port Orient. Add U.K. edition: Fawcett (London), 1956

CUSSLER, CLIVE
Cyclops. [Cuba]

D., A.
Shooting Stars. Newby, 1869

DABBS, GEORGE H. R.
The Ladder of Pain. Deacon, 1905

DAIN, CATHERINE. SC: Faith Cassidy = FC, and in subsequent novel(s); Mariana Morgan =
        MM, and in subsequent novel(s).
Angel in the Dark. MM
Death of the Party. FC

DALE, CREIGHTON
Behind the Blank. [Eng.]

DALE, DARLEY. Born in London.

DALEY, JOSEPH A(NDREW). 1927-2004.

DALTON, JAMES. Pseudonym of James (Thomas) Grady, 1949- , q.v. {correction}

DALTON, MORAY. Pseudonym of Katherine Mary Dalton Renoir, 1881-1963.
        {correction}
-The Sword of Love. Collins, 1920 [It., 1400s]

DALY, CARROLL JOHN
The Adventures of Satan Hall. [NYC]

DALZIEL, JAMES
High Life in the Far East. [Far East]

DAMS, JEANNE M.
The Red, White and Blue Murders. Change [ca.1900] to [1901]

DANE, DONALD. Born in Findhorn; prolific fiction author (8 million words published 1922-
        1934); also wrote radio plays.

DANIEL, (WILLIAM) ROLAND. Actor turned writer.
The Dragon's Claw. Add series character: Wu Fang
The Spider's Web. SC: Insp. Jack Pearson
The Twenty Two Windows. SC: Wu Fang

DANIELS, DOROTHY
Meg. Delete

DANIELS, PHILIP
The Dracula Murders. [Eng.]

DANVERS, DENNIS
-The Fourth World. [Mex., future]

DARBY, CATHERINE. Series: Falcon Saga = F. {so identify all titles with Falcon in title, and
        add a dash in front of each one}

DARE, JUSTINE
-Night Fires. Onyx, 2000 [Wash.]

DAVENTRY, LEONARD (JOHN). 1915-1987. Pseudonym: Martin Alexander, q.v.

DAVID-NEEL, ALEXANDRA (LOUISE EUGENIE MARIE). (Name correction) Born in
        Paris; lived for many years in the Far East.

DAVIDSON, (MARIE) DIANE. {adding first name as shown}

DAVIDSON, LILLIAS CAMPBELL. Born in Brooklyn; a novelist in England, later an
        anthropologist and professor of Swahili at London Univ.

DAVIDSON, LIONEL
Night of Wenceslas. Change [Czech.] to [Prague]
The Sun Chemist. [Isr.]

DAVIDSON, NICOLE        
Dying to Dance. [Md.]

DAVIES, DAVID STUART
The Scroll of the Dead. [Eng., 1895-6]
Sherlock Holmes and the Hentzau Affair. [1895]

DAVIES, JACK (HENRY LESLIE BERNARD). 1913-1994. show byline thus and delete
        cross-reference to John Davies
The Holdup. Correct to: Le Holdup. [Fr.]

DAVIES, JOHN. Once a schoolmaster, then in the military, then a journalist, and then an
        editor and free-lance writer. [show byline and author information thus,
        deleting dates and cross-reference to Jack Davies]
See Naples and Die. correct publisher to: Collins

DAVIES, JOHN. Born in Zimbabwe; educated in engineering at Univ. Of Cape Town; CEO and
        sole shareholder of a large telecommunications company; living in Cape Town.
The Fourth Dimension. Hale, 1998 [S. Afr.]
                
DAVIES, N. E.
Doctor Cockaigne. [Eng.]

DAVIS, ELLIS J(AMES)
-His Little Bill of Sale. [Eng.]

DAVIS, FREDERICK C.
Death to the Witness. Also contains ss: The Eye in the Wall

DAVIS, GERALD J. SC: Ed Rogan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

DAVIS, GORDON
I Came to Kill. Also published as by E. Howard Hunt: Pinnacle, 1973

DAVIS, MILDRED
Tell Them What's-Her-Name Called. add: [Vt.]

DAVIS, STRATFORD
No Tears Are Shed. [Eng.]

DAVISON, PHILIP. SC: Harry Fielding, in title below and subsequent novels.

DAWE, (WILLIAM) CARLTON (LANYON). Born in Adelaide; lived in England after 1892;
        traveled extensively in the Far East; died in Bristol.

DAWSON, A(LEC) J(OHN). Born in Wandsworth, Eng.;' lived in Australia for some years;
        settled in London in 1894.

DAWSON, CONINGSBY (WILLIAM). Born in High Wycombe; emigrated to the U.S. in 1905;
        served with Canadian forces in WWI.

DAWSON, WILLIAM JAMES. Born in Northamptonshire; trained and served as a Wesleyan
        minister; emigrated to the U.S. around 1904.

DAY, JULIUS E(DGAR). Add: Born in London.

DAY, MARLIS. SC: Margo Brown, in title below and subsequent novels.

DEAN, S. F. X. Francis D. Smith, ca.1926- .

DEANS, F. HARRIS. Born in Woolwich.

DEARDEN, HILDA DANVERS. Born in Ellesmere.

DEARDEN, R(ICHARD) L(IONEL). Born in Chatham; commander in the Royal Navy.

DEAREN, PATRICK. 1951- .
The Illegal Man. Leisure, 1981 [Tex.]

DEARL, ELIZABETH. SC: Taylor Madison, in title below and subsequent novels.

DE CRESPIGNY, MRS. PHILIP CHAMPION
-The Mischief of a Glove. [Eng., 1550s]

DECREST, JACQUES
Meet a Body. [Paris]

DE GRAMONT, SANCHE. Name changed to Ted Morgan in 1977.

DEHAN, RICHARD. Born in Cork; actress, journalist, poet and playwright.

DEIGHTON, LEN
Charity. [London, Berlin]
Spy Hook. [London]

DEIR, ANDREW
The Girl in White and other stories. ss (criminous = *): The Girl in White\*His Last
        Shot\The Stars That Ruled\*A Stifled Cry\*Stranger Than Fiction\With the Tide

DEKOBRA, MAURICE
The Seventh Wife of Prince Hassan. [Mid. East.]

DELAFIELD, E. M. Born in Hove.

DE LAGUNA, FREDERICA (ANNIS). 1906-2004.

DELANEY, MICKEY
I Go for That. {title correction}

DELANY, MICKEY. Correct byline to: DELANEY, MICKEY

DeLAUER, MARJEL. 1929-2003.

DELL, E(THEL) M(ARY). Born in Streatham, Eng.; lived in Kent.

DELLA, LEW
Torment. Milestone, ca.1953        

DEMAINE, JOHN
-Footsteps to Fame. Aldine, 1926

DE MILLE, JAMES. 1837-1880. {correction} Born in New Brunswick; educated at Brown
        University in Rhode Island; professor at colleges in Canada.

DE MILLE, NELSON. SC: Paul Brenner = PB, and in subsequent novel(s).
The General's Daughter. PB

DE MORGAN, WILLIAM (FREND). Born in London; designer and manufacturer of ceramics
        and stained glass.

DENHAM, ALICE
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. Popular Library, 1968 [Maine] (Novelization of TV series.)

DENIS, JOHN
Zero Plus One. Fontana, 1985 [Alb.]

DESART, WILLIAM ULICK O'CONNOR CUFFE
Herne Lodge. Swan, 1888

DE SELINCOURT, HUGH. Literary critic and reviewer.

DESMOND, EUGENIA. 1921-2005.

DESMOND, SEAN (K.). ca.1974- .
-Adams Fall. St. Martin's, 2000 [Boston, acad.]

DETRIXHE, SANDRA. ca.1954- .

DEVINE, D. M.
The Royston Affair. [Eng.]

DEVLIN, MARY. SC: Geoffrey Chaucer = GC, and in subsequent novel(s).
Murder on the Canterbury Pilgrimage. GC

DEWES, SIMON
Panic in Pursuit. [Eng.]

DIAS, DEXTER
Error of Judgement. [London]

DICKINSON, PETER
Play Dead. [London]

DIEHL, ALICE M(ANGOLD). Born in Essex; pianist and music teacher.

DIETZ, WILLIAM M.        
Mars Prime. add [space]

DILLON, MILLICENT
Harry Gold. [past] (Novelized biography.)

DILLWYN, E. A.
A Burglary. [Wales]

DIXON, CROSS
-The Centre of the Stage. Aldine, 1929
-Expelled from Football. Aldine, 1927
A Fake Fighter. Aldine, 1928
The Fight Riggers. Aldine, 1930
-The Film Fighter. Aldine, 1931
-The Filmland Forward. Aldine, 1929
-The Movie Winger. Aldine, 1927
-Speedboat or Football. Aldine, 1930

DOBBS, MICHAEL
Act of Betrayal. Delete

DODD, CHRISTINA. 1953- .
Priceless. Harper pb, 1992 [Eng., 1720s]

DODSON, SAM. Delete Ref: CA.

DOHERTY, ROBERT. SC: Sgt. Major Jimmy Dalton, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

DOLAN, VERONICA. SC: Quinn Farley and Lt. Timothy Ignatius "Tig" Grogan, in title
        below and subsequent novel(s).

DOLLERY, ELAINE
Murder at Tamburlaine. [Eng., acad.]

DONALD, STUART. 1936-2000.
-Missing, Believed Lost. Hale, 1967

DONALDSON, WILLIAM. ca.1935-2005.

DONNELL, GORDON. SC: Henry Spain, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

DONNEY, ERNEST. SC: Kenneth Riley, in title below and subsequent novels.
The Riley Factor. [L.A.]

DONOVAN, DICK
-A Wild Beauty. [Ire.]

DONOVAN, TRUDY. SC: Lexy Connor, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

DOODY, MARGARET. SC: Aristotle, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

DORY, JOHN
Grip Finds the Lady. [Eng.]

DOUGLAS, AURIEL. 1924-2004.

DOUGLAS, CAROLE NELSON
Good Morning, Irene. Change [1890s] to [1880s]
Irene's Last Waltz. Change [1890s] to [1889]

DOUGLAS, GEORGE
Final Score. Hale, 1975

DOUGLAS, JOHN E. SC: Jake Donovan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

DOWLING, RICHARD
A Baffling Quest. Change U.S. publisher from Lovell to: United States Book
A Dark Intruder. Change publisher from Downey to: Ward

DOWNEY, EDMUND. Born in Waterford, Eng.;worked for various publishers before starting
        his own firm.
Anchor Watch Yarns. Add U.S. edition: Scribner, 1887
Clashmore. Simpkin, 1903 [Eng.]

DOYLE, A(RTHUR) CONAN
The Great Shadow. Change Arrowsmith date to 1892        
Three Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Longmans pb, 1976 ss (simplified for younger readers): The Adventure of the Five Orange Pips\The Adventure of the Speckled Band\The Crown of Diamonds (originally titled The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet)

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

DRAKE, DREXEL. {correction of first name spelling}

DRAWBELL, JAMES WEDGWOOD. 1899-1979.

DRESSLER, FRANK W. SC: Ben Pierce and Kate Flaherty, in title below and subsequent
        novels.

DREYER, EILEEN. SC: Molly Burke = MB, and in subsequent novel(s).
Bad Medicine. MB

DRIN, MICHAEL. Pseudonym of an actor, writer and radio producer born in British Columbia;
        lived in South Africa and England.

DRURY, W(ILLIAM) P(RICE). add: Born in Devonport; worked in naval intelligence.

DUDLEY, ERNEST. SC: Sir John Fielding = JF.
The Blind Beak. JF [Eng., 1766-1777]
The Crooked Inn. [Wales]
The Crooked Straight. Add SC: Nat Craig [London]
The Dark Bureau. Delete reference to ss-it's a novel [London]
Leatherface. Change setting to: [London, 1751-1778]
Picaroon. [Dublin, London]
To Love and Perish. {title correction}
Two-Face. [Paris, London]

DUFF, DAVID
Castle Fell. [Scot.]

DUFFY, MARGARET
Who Killed Cock Robin? [London]

DUMAS, ALEXANDRE
        Crop-Eared Jacquot. Note: all 5 stories are plagiarizations: "The Coffin-Maker" is the
        story "Grobovshchik" ("The Undertaker") by Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pushkin, 1799-1837;
        "Crop-Eared Jacquot" is probably an abridged version of "Starye Gody"
        ("The Old Years") by Pavel Ivanovich Melnikov, 1818-1883, originally published
        under the pseudonym Andrei Pecherski; "A Fine Shot" is the story "Vystrel"
        ("The Shot") by Pushkin; "Jane" is a tale "Leitenant Belozor" (Lieutenant
        Belozer, 1831) by Aleksander Aleksandrovich Bestuzhev, 1797-1837, originally
        published under the pseudonym Marlinski; and "The Snowstorm" is a story "Metel"
        ("The Snowstorm") by Pushkin.

DUMAS, CHARLES (LOUIS) ROBERT. SC: Captain Benoit, in both titles. (correction)

DUNCAN, HELEN
-Across the Bridge. Add [1914]

DUNCAN, W. GLENN
Fatal Sisters. Change [Tex.] to [Dallas]

DUNCOMBE, (HERBERT) SIDNEY. 1926-2004. Lived in Idaho.

DUNN, ALAN. SC: Bill Oliphant, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

DURBRIDGE, FRANCIS (HENRY). SC: Philip Holt = PH.
Dead to the World. PH
The Desperate People. PH
Portrait of Alison. (Novelization of BBC-TV serial.) (correction)

DURRELL, LAWRENCE (GEORGE)
-Balthazar. Faber, 1958; Dutton, 1958 [Egypt]
-Clea. Faber, 1960; Dutton, 1960 [Egypt]
-Justine. Faber, 1957; Dutton, 1957 [Egypt]
-Mountolive. Faber, 1958; Dutton, 1959 [Egypt]

DURST, PAUL
Backlash. [U.S.]
Badge of Infamy. [Israel]

DUXBURY, LESLIE (JOHN). 1926-2005.

E., A. L. O. Pseudonym of Miss C. M. Tucker.
The Haunted Room. Nelson, 1886

EAGLE, KATHLEEN. Delete identification as pseudonym.

EARNSHAW, BRIAN
And Mistress Pursuing. [ship, Sp.]

EAST, ROGER. Screenwriter.

EASTMAN, ELIZABETH [ELIZABETH EASTMAN McCORMICK LaBERNZ]. 1904-1989.

EBERHART, MIGNON G(OOD)
The Hangman's Whip. Change [Wis.] to [Chi.]

EDDY, PAUL. SC: Insp. Grace Flint, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

EDEN, MATTHEW
Countdown to Crisis. [Eng.]
The Man Who Fell. [Ger.]
The Murder of Lawrence of Arabia. Change [1930s] to [1935]

EDENFIELD, DEWITT L. SC: David Macgruder, in both titles.
The Long Red Sigh. Commonwealth (Edmon.), 1997

EDGAR, GEORGE. Born in Warrington; reporter on provincial papers before becoming a
        free-lance reporter in London.

EDGINTON, MAY. Wrote more than 50 volumes of humorous and romantic fiction.

EDHOLM, CHARLTON L.
Reckless Road. Curtiss, 1936

EDMONDS, JANET. Adopted name: Jannat Al-Haddad.

EDWARDS, AMELIA (ANN) B(LANDFORD). Born in London; worked for various
        magazines; student of Egyptian history and heiroglyphics.

EDWARDS, JAMES G.
Death Elects a Mayor. [Chi.]
Murder at Leisure. Change [South] to: [Ala.]

EDWARDS, RUTH DUDLEY
Clubbed to Death. [London]
Publish and Be Murdered. [London]

EGAN, DORIS
Guilt-Edged Ivory. add [space]

EGBERT, H. M. Pseudonym of Victor Rousseau, 1879-1960, q.v.
-The Big Malopo. Long, 1924 [S. Afr.]

EGLETON, CLIVE
A Killing in Moscow. [Moscow]
A Lethal Involvement. [H. Kong]

ELDRIDGE, JIM. Teacher turned writer; author of over 250 scripts for British radio and TV;
        author of more than 30 books, mostly for children.

ELKINS, AARON
Make No Bones. Add series character: Godeon Oliver

ELLIN, STANLEY (BERNARD)
Stronghold. Change Random publication date to: 1974

ELLIS, EDWARD. Pseudonym of Charles H. Ross, 1842-1897, q.v. See also: Frederick Barnard,
        1846-1896.
Ruth the Betrayer; or, The Female Spy. Dicks, 1865

ELLIS, EDWARD S.
The Eye of the Sun. Date of Weekly Telegraph Novels edition is 1899

ELLIS, WILLIAM. Delete Ref: CA.

EMBRACK, RAYMOND. SC: Peter Surf, in title below and subsequent novels and stories.

EMERSON, (ALAN) DAVID
The Curate of Wakefield. Hurst, 1954 [Eng., 1800s]
The Pride of Parson Carnaby. Hurst, 1953 [Eng., 1800s]

ENEFER, DOUGLAS (STALLARD)
The Dark Kiss. (Note: This is not the same book as that published as by Dale Bogard.)

ENGELKE, G. T. SC: William H. Ryan, in title below and subsequent novels.

ENGLISH, JEAN (ELLEN). 1931- . (correction; delete the CA reference.)
Dark Castle, Silver Strand. Beagle, 1973
The Devices of Darkness. Change [1800s] to [1855]

EPHRON, G. H. SC: Dr. Peter Zak, in title below and subsequent novels.

ERCKMANN-CHATRIAN, M. M.
The Bells. St. Paul's (London), ca.1909 ss: The Bells\The Burgomaster in
        Bottle\Hans Weinland the Magician\The Invisible Eye\The Kidnapper\The
        Murderer's Watch\The Mysterious Ketch\The Secret of the Spring

ERMELINO, LOUISA [LOUISA ERMELINO CUTOLO]

ERNST, JIM
Coincidence. Vantage, 1991

ESLICK, TOM. SC: Will Buchanan = WB, and in subsequent novel(s).
Tracked in the Whites. WB

ESTLEMAN, LOREN D.
Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula. Change [1890s] to [1890]
White Desert. Change [ca.1882] to [1882]

ETCHISON, DENNIS
The Death Artist. [L.A.]

ETZIG, R. D. SC: Sean Dougherty, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

EUSTACE, ROBERT. Physician in London and medical director of a mental hospital in
        Northampton.

EVANS, ERIC C. SC: Sam McKall = SM, and in subsequent novel(s).
Endangered. SM

EVANS, (FRANK) HOWEL. SC: Jules Poiret = JP.
The Murder Club. (Untitled JP ss are spread across the chapters.)

EVANS, JONATHAN
Chairman of the Board. [London]
The Kremlin Connection. Correct title to: The Kremlin Correction

EVANS, PATRICIA GARDNER. Living in Albuquerque.

EVERARD, MAURICE. SC: Garnett Bell = GB.
The Boy Detectives. GB

EVERHARD, MRS. FRANCES. Ccorrect to: EVERARD, MRS. FRANCES

EVERSZ, ROBERT M. SC: Nina Zero = NZ, and in subsequent novels.
Shooting Elvis. NZ

EWING, JEAN R. 1948- .
-Rogue's Reward. Zebra, 1995 [Eng., 1815]

EYERLY, JEANNETTE
The Leonardo Touch. Add: (Intended for younger readers.)

FACKLER, ELIZABETH. SC: Devon Gray = DG, and in subsequent novels.

Patricide. DG

FAIRWAY, SIDNEY. Add: Born in Beckenham.

FAITH, BARBARA. 1924-1995. {Correcting birth, adding death}

FALKNER, J(OHN) MEADE. Born in Wiltshire; graduate in history; became chairman of the
        board of an armaments manufacturer.

FANGMEIER, ROBERT A. 1915-2000.

FARGUS, F(REDERICK) J(OHN). Born in Bristol.
Circumstantial Evidence. ss correction: Old Memories {not Odd Memories}

FARJEON, B. L. Born in Whitechapel, London; after stays in Australia and New Zealand he
        settled in London.
The Mesmerists. [Switz.]
A Secret Inheritance. Add U.S. edition: Munro, 1887

FARR, FLORENCE. Born in Bromley, Kent; a stage actress.

FARRER, KATHARINE
Gownsman's Gallows. add U.S. edition: Rue Morgue pb, 2005

FEAKES, G. J.        
Moonrakers and Mischief. [Eng.]        

FEATHER, JANE. 1945- .
A Valentine Wedding. Bantam, 1999 [Eng.,1810]

FELLOWS, OSCAR L(EE). 1943- .
Operation Damocles. Baen pb, 1998 [Wash. D.C., Calif., future]

FENN, G(EORGE) MANVILLE. Born in Pimlico; teacher, tutor, printer, journalist and author of
        over 100 volumes of fiction.
The Bag of Diamonds. Change U.S. publisher from Lovell to: Appleton
Black Blood. Add U.K. edition (listing first): Ward, 1888
The Dark House. Change U.S. publisher from Harper to: Marquis
Double Cunning. Change publication date to: 1886. And add U.S. edition: Appleton,1886
The Master of the Ceremonies. Add U.S. edition: Appleton, 1887
The Story of Antony Grace. Change Ward date from 1888 to: 1887
This Man's Wife. Change Lovell 1887 to: Harper, 1886

FENTON, ELIZABETH
Wild Cataracts. Dennis, 1952 [Afr.]

FERGUSON, ANTHONY
A Game of Chance. [London]

FESPERSON, DAN. SC: Vlado Petric, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

FIDLER, JACQUELINE. correct to: FIEDLER, JACQUELINE. Cca.1949- . SC: Caroline
        Canfield, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

FIDLER, MARK T. ca.1955- .

FILLER, JERRY. ca.1951- .

FINDLEY, FERGUSON
A Handful of Murder. Reinhardt, 1956 Show this as the British edition of Counterfeit
         Corpse (correction)

FISCHMAN, RUEL E. Correct to: FISCHMANN, RUEL E. ca.1939- .

FISHER, GEORGE
Final Score. Delete

FISHER, NANCY
Code Blue. Change [Connn.] to [N.Y.]

FISHER, R(OBERT) DARRYL. Cardiovascular surgeon and attorney in Oklahoma City.
The Plague Merchants. iUniverse, 2000 [Tex.]

FITRELL, STUART J(AMES)

FITZGERALD, J. T.
Traitor in White Laces. Midstar pb (Wis.), 1996 [Viet Nam]

FITZGERALD, KEVIN
It's Safe in England. [Eng.]

FLAGG, MILDRED EVELYN. 1932-1997.

FLANDER, SCOTT. SC: Sgt. Eddie North, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

FLANNERY, SEAN
Counterstrike. [Geneva]

FLEMING, H. K.
Eden Eden. [Eng.]

FLEMING, KATHLEEN ANNE. SC: Glenda Morgan, in title below and subsequent novels.

FLEMING, NICHOL(AS)
Counter Paradise. [Europe]

FLOWERDEW, HERBERT. Born in York.

FLOYD, LESLIE
The Case of the Frantic Ladies. [U.S.]

FLUKE, JOANNE. SC: Hannah Swenson = HS, and in subsequent novels.
The Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder. HS

FLYNN, JAY. SC: Sgt. Joe Rigg = JR.
Blood on Frisco Bay. JR
Trouble Is My Business. Leisure, 1976 JR [S.F.]

FLYNN, RAYMOND
Over My Dead Body. [Nottingham]

FONBLANQUE, ALBANY
Bad Luck. Bentley, 1877

FONSECA, RUBEM
The Lost Manuscript. Correct publication date to: 1997
Vast Emotions and Imperfect Thoughts. {title correction}

FONTANA, JOE. Teacher and lawyer living in Chevy Chase, Md.

FOOTE, HORTON. Add: Ref: CA.

FOOTE, SHELBY. 1916-2005.

FORD, JOHN. Pseudonym of H(argurchet) S(ingh) Bhabra, 1955-2000, q.v. Other pseudonym:
        A. M. Kabal, q.v.
Zero Yield. Corgi, 1990

FORFAR, WILLIAM BENTINCK
Pentowan; or, The Adventures of Gregory Goulden, Esq., and Tobias Penhale. Kent,
        1859 [Eng.]

FORREST, ELIZABETH
Retribution. [Calif.]

FORREST, LEWIS E. SC: Frank Swales, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

FORRESTER, ANDREW, JR.
The Female Detective. [London]

FORRESTER, STAN. Graduate in mechanical engineering from Glasgow Univ.; worked for 36
        years in the paper industry in the U.S. and Canada; living in Oregon.
Fool Circle. Delete
Fool Square. Delete
Fool Triangle; or, Murder on Mahogany Row. {title correction} [New Eng.]

FOUCAR, EMILE CHARLES VICTOR. 1894-1963.

FOWLES, JOHN (ROBERT). 1926-2005.

FOX, CAROLINE. Pseudonym of "a best-selling author", living in Sussex in 1980.

FOX, CHARLES S. ca.1947- .

FOX, MARION. Lived in Paris.

FOX, VANESSA. Pseudonym of Patricia Townley, 1947- . {correction}

FOX-DAVIES, A. C. Born in Bristol; a barrister and expert on English heraldry and genealogy.

FRADKIN, BARBARA (FRASER). SC: Insp. Michael Green, in title below and subsequent
        novels.

FRANCIS, CAROLINE. Pseudonym. Worked as a secretary for Vacuum Oil (later Mobil).
Directors' Corridor. [London]

FRANCIS, M. E. Born near Dublin; lived also in Lancashire and Dorset.

FRANCIS, MAURICE
First Light Fraser. [Europe]

FRANCK, HERMAN
The Family Business. Emerson Adams, 2000

FRANCOME, JOHN. Those titles marked * ghost-written by Peter Burden, 1948- .
Break Neck. *
Dead Ringer. *
False Start. *
High Flyer. *
Outsider. *
Rough Ride. *
Safe Bet. *
Tip Off. *

FRANKLIN, HARRY
-Crash. Hale, 1968

FRANKLIN, MAX
"Good Guys Wear Black." {title correction-adding the quotes"}

FRANKWICZ, STEPHEN A. 1932-2002.

FRASER, MARGARET
The Maiden's Tale. change [ca.1440] to [1439]
The Outlaw's Tale. change [1430s] to [1434]
The Servant's Tale. change [1430s] to [1434]

FRASER, MARY CRAWFORD. Born in Rome; lived also in Japan.

FRASER, W(ILLIAM) A(LEXANDER). Born in Nova Scotia; a mining engineer in India,
        Burma and Canada.

FRAWLEY, GEORGE WILLIAM
Racing Winds. [Fla.]

FRAZEE, STEVE
Ghost Mine. Five Star, 2000 [West]

FRAZIER, ERNEST C. SC: Malcolm and Steffi Frazier, in both titles.
The Journado del Muerto. 1st Books pb, 2000

FREDERICKS, ERNEST JASON
Cry Flood! Ace, 1959 [Pa.] (show entry thus)

Murder Matrix. Ward, 1960 [Ohio, acad.] (show entry thus)

FREDRICKSON, MICHAEL. General counsel to the Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers.

FREEMAN, LUCY (GREENBAUM). 1916-2004.

FRIEDMAN, HAL
Crib. add U.K. edition, also as by Harold Lee Friedman: Hale, 1983

FRITCH, CHARLES E(DWARD). Pseudonym: Eric Thomas, q.v. SC: Mark Wonder = MW.
Negative of a Nude. MW

FRITH, WALTER. Barrister and playwright.

FROST, MARK
The Six Messiahs. change [1880s] to [1889]

FROW, GERALD
Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House. [Eng., 1871-2]

FRY, CHRISTOPHER. 1907-2005.
-The Lady's Not for Burning. [Eng., 1400s]

FULLER, JAMES FRANKLIN. 1835- .
-Doctor Quodlibet. Leadenhall, 1894

FULTON, EILEEN. add this:Birth name: Margaret Elizabeth McLarty. Note: All titles were
        ghostwritten; one of four ghostwriters identified below.
Death of a Golden Girl. (Ghostwritten by Thomas P. Ramirez, 1926- , q.v.)
Dying for Stardom. (Ghostwritten by Thomas P. Ramirez, 1926- , q.v.)
Take One for Murder. (Ghostwritten by Thomas P. Ramirez, 1926- , q.v.)

FUTRELLE, JACQUES
The Simple Case of Susan. Delete

FUTRELLE, MAY (PEEL)
-Lieutenant What's-His-Name. Show parenthetical note thus: (Elaborated from the
noncriminous "The Simple Case of Susan", by her husband, Jacques Futrelle, 1875-1912, q.v., so this may well be noncriminous as well.)

GACY, LINDA M. ca.1960- .

GALLAGHER, DAN
The Pleistocene Redemption. Change [2000s] to [2019]
        [Iraq, Israel]

GALLANT, GLADYS S(ELVERNE)

GALLICO, PAUL
Snow Over the Cote D'Azur. Star Weekly (Canadian newspaper supplement), 1970
        [Fr.]

GALLON, TOM. Born in London; was successively a clerk, schoolmaster, secretary to a mayor,
        tramp, and writer of music-hall sketches and fiction.
Lagden's Luck. delete the dash

GALTON, THEODORE HOWARD
Madeleine de S. Pol. Burns, 1881 [Eng., early 1800s]

GAMBINO, DENISE. SC: Ross Gallo, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GARBER, JOSEPH R. 1943-2005.

GARCIA, ERIC. SC: Vincent Rubio, in title below and subsequent novels.

GARDEN, JOHN        
6 to 10. [Eng.]

GARDNER, JOHN
Brokenclaw. [S.F.]
Death Is Forever. [Europe]
Maestro. [NYC]
The Man from Barbarossa. [Russ.]
No Deals, Mr. Bond. [Europe]

GARDNER, PHILLIP M. SC: Vincent King, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GARIS, HOWARD R(OGER). 1873-1962. SC: Larry Dexter, in all titles, intended for younger
        readers.
-From Office Boy to Reporter; or, The First Step in Journalism. Chatterton, 1907 [NYC]
-Larry Dexter and the Bank Mystery; or, A Young Reporter in Wall Street. Grosset,
        1912 [NYC]
-Larry Dexter and the Stolen Boy; or, A Young Reporter on the Lakes. Grosset, 1912
-Larry Dexter in Belgium; or, A Young War Correspondent's Double Mission. Grosset,
        1915
-Larry Dexter, the Young Reporter; or, Strange Adventures in a Great City. Chatterton,
        1907 [NYC]
-Larry Dexter's Great Search; or, The Hunt for a Missing Millionaire. Grosset, 1907

GARLAND, ARDELLA. SC: Georgia Barnett, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GARLAND, KIT [KATHERINE MANNING GARLAND]
The Perfect Scandal. Dell, 1998 [NYC, 1890s]

GARNETT, OLIVE [OLIVIA RAYNE GARNETT]. Born in London.

GARROWAY, PETE
Say Yes, Sugar. Show this title as published as by (John) Gray Usher

GARTON, RAY
411. [Calif.]

GASKELL, MRS. E(LIZABETH) C(LEGHORN STEVENSON). Born in Chelea, London;
        lived in Manchester after marriage.

GATES, JOHN. SC: Brigham Bybee, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GELLER, ROBERTA. SC: Magdelene la Batarde = MB, and in subsequent novels.
A Mortal Bane. MB

GENBERG, IRA
Reckless Homicide. [Wash. D.C.]

GEORGE, ANNE
Murder Gets a Life. change [Ala.] to [Birmingham]

GEORGE, S(IDNEY) C(HARLES)
-The Bamboo Rod. Jarrolds, 1951
Cairo Card. Hale, 1937
-Devil's Delight. Macdonald, 1948
-Father Was a Horse. Museum, 1955
The Girl in the Cabaret. Macdonald, 1947 [Egypt]
-The Locust Years. Jarrolds, 1946
-Planter's Wife. Jarrolds, 1951
-The Reluctant Infidel. Museum, 1954
Singapore Nights. Jarrolds, 1942 [Singapore]
-A Soldier of the Line. Museum, 1956
Strange Courtship. Macdonald, 1946
-The Wiles of Lim Quong. Jarrolds, 1943 [Singapore]
-Witch Doctor. Museum, 1955

GEORGE, W(ALTER) L(IONEL). Born of British parentage in Paris and lived there until 1905,
        when he came to London; journalist and newspaper foreign correspondent.

GERARD, DOROTHEA. Born in Scotland; lived with her sister in Austria, married and settled
        there.

GERARD, E. Lived in Austria.
-The Heron's Tower. [Ger., 1700s]

GERARD, (AMELIA) LOUISE.

GERARD, MORICE. Ordained Church of England clergyman; served parishes in Devon,
        Croydon and London; produced some 60 volumes of fiction.

GERSTACKER, FRIEDRICH. 1816-1872.
The Regulators of Arkansas. Dick, 1857 (Translation of "Die Regulatoren die
        Arkansas.")

GIBBON, (RICHARD) PERCEVAL. Born in Carmarthenshire; sent to sea on merchant ships,
        then became a journalist.

GIBBS, CHRISTOPHER C. SC: James Buckner, in title below and subsequent novels.

GIBBS, PHILIP (ARMAND HAMILTON). add: a journalist and special correspondent and
        commentator on international affairs.

GIBERNE, AGNES. Wrote many tracts and fiction for adults and children, as well as popular
        science books; lived in Eastbourne.

GIBERSON, DOROTHY (DODDS). 1908-1990.

GIELGUD, VAL (HENRY). SC: Frank Broughton = FB.
The Broken Men. FB [Ger.]
Imperial Treasure. FB [Europe]
Outrage in Manchukuo. {correction}

GILBERT, ANNA
A Walk in the Wood. {title correction}

GILBERT, WILLIAM. 1804-1890.
De Profundis. Strahan, 1865

GILCHRIST, ANDREW (GRAHAM). 1910-1993.

GILDEN, MEL
Hawaiian U.F.O. Aliens. add: [future]
Tubular Android Superheroes. add [future]

GILMAN, DOROTHY. SC: Countess Karitska = K, and in subsequent novel(s).
The Clairvoyant Countess. K

GILPIN, T. G.
Death of a Fantasy Life. change [past] to [1980s]
Is Anybody There? [Eng.]

GILRUTH, SUSAN
Death in Ambush. [Eng.]

GILSON, HIBBART
Unaccepted Death. [Eng.]

GISSING, ALGERNON. Born in Yorkshire; traned as a solicitor but practiced only a short time;
        then a not-very-successful novelist.

GLANVILLE, ERNEST. Born in S. Afr.
The Fossicker. Chatto, 1891 [Afr.]

GLEIG, CHARLES. Retired as commander in the Royal Navy.

GLENDON, ROBERT R. SC: Judson Munro, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GLINTO, DARCY
Dame Between Two. Also published as: All for a Dame. Moring, 1956
Licence for Lust. Turton, 1959

GLOVER, ROBERT
Things Happen. Correct publisher to: Eyre [London]

GODDARD, KENNETH. SC: Colin Cellars = CC, and in subsequent novel(s).
First Evidence. CC
Wildfire. change [West] to [Calif., Wyo.]

GODFREY, HAL. Born in Ire.; journalist in London.

GOFF, CHRISTINE. SC: Rachel Stanhope, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GOLDIE, BERTHE BARRIE
Whispering Galleries. [Paris]

GOODEN, PHILIP. SC: Nick Revill, in title below and subsequent novels.
Sleep of Death. change [ca.1600] to [1600]

GOODGER, JANE. 1962- .
Dancing with Sin. Topaz, 1998 [Boston, 1800s]

GOOLSBY, (C. TOL)BERT (JR.) show name thus. Former chief deputy attorney general
        of South Carolina.

GORDON, DEBORAH
Runaway Magic. Avon, 1996 [H. Kong, 1871]

GORDON, SAMUEL. Born in Prussia; came to England at age 13; educated at Cambridge.

GORE-BROWN, ROBERT
The Crater. [Tanganyika]

GORMAN, DONALD (RICHARD)
The Brick Mirror. change publisher to: 1st Books pb

GOSSELIN, LOUIS LEON THEODORE. 1857-1935. {date correction}

GOTLIEB, PHYLLIS
-Flesh and Gold. add [space]

GOUD-ARCHDEACON, ANNE-MARIE. 1917- . (correction)

GOULART, RON
Elementary, My Dear Groucho. change [ca.1937] to [1938]

GOULD, NAT. Add: returned to England in 1895.
Golden Ruin. Correct publisher/date to: Routledge, 1898

GOULD, STEVEN
Blind Waves. [Galveston, future]

GOYNE, RICHARD
-Boxing Through. Aldine, 1927
-The Fighting Fireman. Aldine, 1928
-Flynn of the Flying Squad. Aldine, 1930
In the Last Act. [NYC]
         The Invisible Verdict. Delete the dash
-A King in the Ring. Aldine, 1929
-Won by the Left. Aldine, 1929
-Won from the Ring. Aldine, 1927

GRABITZ, DEE. SC: Clayton Rule, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GRACE, C. L.
The Book of Shadows. change [1470s] to [1471]

GRAEME, BRUCE
Blackshirt the Adventurer. [London]

GRAF, L. A.
Extreme Prejudice. PB, 1995 [L.A.]

GRAHAM, ANTHONY
Behind the Arras. [London]

GRAHAM, HAROLD
-An Aintree Champion. Aldine, 1929
-Benton's Great Year. Aldine, 1926
-Champions Both. Aldine, 1925
-The Champion's Secret. Aldine, 1926
-The Door of Victory. Aldine, 1928
-A Fight for a Fortune. Aldine, 1926
-From Gutter to Prize Ring. Aldine, 1925
-Her Ladyship's Trainer. Aldine, 1930
-Luck at Last. Aldine, 1928
-New at the Game. Aldine, 1929
-On Ascot's Eve. Aldine, 1928
-On Ladies Day. Aldine, 1931
-Pipped on the Post. Delete
-Platinum's National. Delete
-A Real Sport. Aldine, 1929
-The Ride of His Life. Aldine, 1931
-A Royal Progress. Aldine, 1927
-Running Under the Whip. Aldine, 1931
-The Sinner Atones. Aldine, 1926
-Snowman's Return. Aldine, 1925
-Star of Luck. Aldine, 1929
-The Tote Triumphs. Aldine, 1931
-The Triple Crown. Aldine, 1928
-Twin Foals. Aldine, 1926
-An Unlucky Stable. Aldine, 1929
-Was the Duchess Right? Aldine, 1928

GRAHAM, WINSTON. Pseudonym of Winston Grime, 1908-2003.

GRANGER, VIVIAN (HECTOR). -1984. South African journalist, one-time football manager.
The Desperate Days. Nasionale Boekhandel (Cape Town), 1968

GRANT, CHARLES L.
Goblins. [N.J.]

GRANT, HOWARD. Pseudonym of W. George Wright.
The Football Fugitive. Aldine, 1928
The Football Suspects. Aldine, 1928

GRAY, KAY
-The Goal of a Lifetime. Aldine, 1928
-In Final and Test Match. Aldine, 1926
-Larsington's Final Shot. Aldine, 1926
-A Last-Minute Goal. Aldine, 1927
-The Man Who Sold His Side. Aldine, 1929
-Straight for Goal. Aldine, 1926
-The Will to Win. Aldine, 1927
-Won at Wembley. Aldine, 1930

GRAY, MAXWELL. Born in the Isle of Wight.

GRAYDON, WILLIAM MURRAY
Ginger Fox, Detective. correct to: Gordon Fox, Detective

GRAYSON, RICHARD
Death in Melting. [Eng.]

GREEN, CHLOE. SC: Dallas O'Connor, in title below and subsequent novels.

GREEN, NICHOLAS
Death Under Downing Street. 1st Books pb, 2000 [London]

GREEN, SIMON R. change SC Fisher to: Isobel Fisher
Winner Takes All. add SC Hawk and Isobel Fisher

GREENAN, RUSSELL
Keepers. Change [New Eng.] to: [R.I.]

GREENAWAY, GLADYS
Week of Suspense. {delete the dash} [Eng.]

GREENBERG, STEVEN M. Retired ophthalmogogic surgeon.

GREENE, (HENRY) GRAHAM
The End of the Affair. Change U.S. publisher from Doubleday to: Viking
May We Borrow Your Husband? ss corrections: The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen\A
        Shocking Accident
A Sense of Reality. (Note: The Collected Stories edition, Heinemann, 1972, adds these
        stories: The Blessing\The Church Militant\Dear Dr. Falkenheim.)

GREENWOOD, EDWIN
Old Goat. [Eng.]

GREENWOOD, KERRY
Cocaine Blues. Change [1920s] to [1928]
Flying Too High. Change [1920s] to [1928]
The Green Mill Murder. Change [1920s] to [1928]
Murder on the Ballarat Train. Change [1920s] to [1928]
Raisins and Almonds. Change [1920s] to [1928]
Urn Burial. Change [1920s] to [1928]

GREER, BEN
Slammer, Atheneum, 1975 [S.C.]

GREER, DOUGLAS F, M.D. 1939- . (deleting ca.)

GREIG, IAN (BORTHWICK). 1892- .

GREIMAN, LOIS
-Highland Hawk. Change [1500s] to [1524]

GREY, DORIEN. SC: Dick Hardesty, in title below and subsequent novels.

GREY, LAWRENCE F. 1955- . Urologist in Tampa.
Tale of the Tigre. [Tampa]

GRIBBLE, FRANCIS. Born in Devon; classics teacher turned London journalist.

GRIBBLE, LEONARD
The Cardinal's Diamonds. Hale, 1976 [Eng., 1800s]

GRIER, SYDNEY C. Born in Gloucestershire and educated at London Univ.; a teacher.

GRIFFIN, (EDITHA) ACEITUNA. 1876-1949.

GRIFFIN, ARTHUR J. 1921-2002.

GRIFFIN, DENNIS N. 1945- . (correction) SC: John Grant, in both titles.

GRIFFIN, GERALD. Born and educated in Limerick; pursued a literary career in London before
        returning to Ireland.

GRIFFIN, JOHN
A Flame from Persepolis. [Iran]

GRIFFITH, GLYN and BONCA, JAMES
Madagascan Adventure. Hale, 1937 [Madagascar]

GRIFFITH, NICOLA. SC: Aud Torvingen, in title below and in subsequent novel(s).

GRIFFITHS, (MAJOR) ARTHUR. Born in India; after military service, joined the Prison
        Service, rising to Inspector of Prisons and a well-known penologist.

GRILLEY, KATE. SC: Kelly Ryan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GRIMES, MARTHA. SC: Emma Graham = EG, and in subsequent novels.
Hotel Paradise. EG

GRIMSHAW, BEATRICE. Born and educated in Ireland; journalist in Dublin and London; lived
        in the South Pacific from 1906.

GRIPPANDO, JAMES. SC: Jack Swyteck = JS, and in subsequent novels.
The Pardon. JS

GROELL, ANNE LESLEY. ca.1966- . SC: Jennifleur Radineaux and Thibault LeScevre, in all
        titles.
-Anvil of the Sun. Roc, 1996
-Bridge of Valor. Roc, 1997
-Cauldron of Iniquity. Roc, 1999

GRONOWSKI, PAUL. 1924-1991.

GROSSVOGEL, DAVID I. 1925- . Pseudonym: D. I. Grove, q.v.

GROTE, JO ANN A. ca.1951- .

GROVE, D. I. Pseudonym of David I. Grossvogel, 1925- . SC: Cassidy, in title below and
        subsequent novel(s).

GROVER, KERVIN (P.). SC: Tony Wilson, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

GUBBINS, NATHANIEL. Born in Staffordshire; after army service in India and Burma pursued
        a theatrical career, writing operettas, pantomimes and burlesques.

GUILLORY, LLOYD J. Retired architect.

GUILLORY, RACHELLE. (correcting first name spelling)

GULL, C. RANGER
-When Satan Ruled. [It., 1500s]

GULVIN, JEFF
Sorted. Headline,1996 AV [London]

GUNTER, ARCHIBALD CLAVERING. SC: change Mr. Barnes to: Burton Barnes
Miss Dividends. delete the dash; change [West] to [Utah]

GUR, BATYA. 1947-2005.

GURR, DAVID
A Woman Called Scylla. Show Canadian edition as published by Macmillan (Can.)

GUY, ROSA
I Hear a Bird Sing. Correct to: And I Heard a Bird Sing

GWYNNE, REGINALD
Steeplechase. Aldine, 1923

HAASE, JOHN A. 1923-1993.

HACKENBERRY, CHARLES
Friends. change [West] to [S. Dak.]

HACKER, SHYRLE. 1910-2000.

HADATH, JOHN EDWARD GUNBY. 1871-1954. {corrected birth date}

HAGER, SUE. Frances S. Hager, ca.1927- . SC: Insp. Bobby Harris, in title below and
        subsequent novel(s).

HAGGARD, WILLIAM
Closed Circuit. [S. Am.]
The Heirloom. Add U.S. edition: Curley pb, 1985
The Martello Tower. Add U.S. edition: Curley pb, 1987
The Meritocrats. Add U.S. edition: Curley pb, 1987
The Mischief Makers. [London]
The Need to Know. Add U.S. edition: Curley pb, 1986

HAINSSELIN, M(ONTAGUE) T(HOMAS). Born in Devonport; educated at Oxford; ordained
        Church of England clergyman; chaplain in the Royal Navy.

HAIR, DELL. 1871- .
-Echoes from the Beat, a collection of verses by Dell Hair, the policeman poet. Newton
        (Toledo), 1908

HALDANE, EMMA
Maluti Murder. [S. Afr.]

HALE, GEORGIE. SC: Det. Insp. Ray Whitelaw, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HALES, A(LFRED ARTHUR) G(REENWOOD). Born in Adelaide; a journalist.

HALEY, RICHARD. Born and living in Bradford, Eng.; retired from the wool and man-made
        textiles trades.

HALIFAX, ROBERT. Born in London; a telegraphist.
The House of Horror. [London]
A Whistling Woman. [London]

HALL, LAUREL K. SC: Meredith Gentry = MG, and in subsequent novels.
-A Kiss of Shadows. MG

HALL, MALINDA (M.). SC: Louisa Daniel, in title below and subsequent novels.

HALL, OAKLEY. SC: Ambrose Bierce = AB, and in subsequent novel(s).
Ambrose Bierce and the Queen of Spades. AB

HALL, PAUL L. ca.1948- . SC: Stephen Fargo, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HALL, ROBERT LEE
The King Edward Plot. Change [Eng.] to [London]

HALL, WILLIS. 1929-2005. Television writer.

HALLAM, ELIZABETH. Pseudonym of Livia Reasoner, ca.1957- .
-Spirit Catcher. Jove, 1998 [Colo.]

HAM, LORIE. SC: Alexandra Walters, in title below and subsequent novels.

HAMILTON, COSMO. Born Cosmo Gibbs.

HAMILTON, (LORD) FREDERIC SPENCER. Show SC as: P(hilip) J(ohn) Davenant

HAMILTON, LAUREL K.
Obsidian Butterfly. Change [N. Mex.] to [Albuq.]

HAMILTON, M. Born in Ireland; married an officer in the Indian Army and lived there until
        about 1918, thereafter in Eng.

HAMILTON, MARY AGNES (ADAMSON). Born in Manchester; a delegate to the League of
        Nations and a governor of the BBC.

HAMILTON, MELINDA H. ca.1954- .

HAMILTON, STEVE. Correct to: HAMILTON, STEPHEN G. ca.1954- .

HAMILTON, SYLVIAN. -2005. SC: Richard Straccan, in title below and subsequent novels.

HAMMOND, GERALD. SC: Henry Kitts = HK, and in subsequent novel(s).
A Shocking Affair. HK (correction)

HAND, ELIZABETH
-Twelve Monkeys. Harper pb, 1995 (Novelization of film: Atlas, 1995; scw: David
        Peoples, Janet Peoples; dir: Terry GIlliam.)

HANNAN, CHARLES
The Swallow's Wing. Cassell (NYC), 1889. British title: The Captive of Pekin; or, A
Swallow's Wing. Jarrold, 1897. Also published as: Adventures in Pekin; or, A Swallow's Wing. Mershon, 1900 [China]

HANSEN, RAY A. SC: Admiral Paul Bishop, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HANSON, H. P. SC: Hal Weathers, in title below and subsequent novels.

HANSTEIN, WOODY [WALTER S. HANSTEIN]. 1953- . Trial lawyer and teacher at Univ.
        of Maine in Farmington, where he lives. SC: Pete Morris, in title below and
        subsequent novels.
Not Proven. Audenreed pb (Maine), 2000 [New Eng.]

HARDWICK, MICHAEL
The Revenge of the Hound. change [past] to [1902]
Sherlock Holmes: My Life and Crimes. change [1902] to [1891-1894]

HARDY, FRANCES H. Pseudonym of Edward James Cattell, 1856- .
The Mills of God. Smith Elder, 1897 [U.S.]

HARKNESS, LUCY
The Happy Pigs. add U.S. edition: St. Martin's, 2002

HARLEY, JOHN.
-Doctor in Danger. Hale, 1970

HARNCOURT, PAUL. Pseudonym of Donald J. Dobravolsky, ca.1935- .

HARNESS, CHARLES L(EONARD). 1915-2005.

HARPER, KAREN
Empty Cradle. Change [N. Mex.] to [Santa Fe]

HARRADEN, BEATRICE
Out of the Wreck I Rise. Nelson (London), 1912

HARRIS, ALFRED        
Baroni. add U.K. edition: Hale, 1977

HARRIS, H. B.
The Seven Films Mystery. Correct to: The Seven Elms Mystery

HARRIS, J(OSIAH) HENRY. Born in Cornwall; a journalist.

HARRIS, PETER WILLIAM. Born in England, naturalized South African; journalist.

HARROD, FRANCES (MARIE DESIREE FORBES-ROBERTSON). 1866-1956.
-The Hidden Model. Heinemann, 1901 [Eng.]

HARTMAN, KEITH. SC: Drew Parker, in title below and subsequent novel(s).
The Gumshoe, the Witch, and the Virtual Corpse. change [future] to [2024]

HARVEY, JOHN (BARTON)
Still Water. Heinemann, 1977. U.S. title: Still Waters. Holt, 1997
        {Show titles thus}

HASHIAN, JACK. Delete reference to Trevanian

HASHIAN, JAMES T. Delete reference to Trevanian

HASSAN, JAKE
        So Lovely She Lies. New Fiction pb (Australia), n.d. [NYC]

HATCH, MIKE. SC: Nick Barber and Sally Stein, in both titles.

HATTON, JOSEPH. Born in Andover, Hampshire; magazine editor, European correspondent for
        the New York Times; prolific author.
-In Male Attire. [Chi.]
A Vision of Beauty. [London]
-A World Afloat. Change publication date to: 1893

HAWKE, SIMON. SC: Will Shakespeare and Tuck Smythe = S&S, and in subsequent novels.
A Mystery of Errors. S&S

HAWKINS, DEAN
In Memory of Murder. Correct publication date to: 1936

HAWKINS, JOHN and WARD
The Floods of Fear. Correct Dodd publication date to: 1956

HAWLEY, MICHAEL A. SC: Leah Harris and Frank Milkovich, in title below and subsequent
        novel(s).

HAWLEY, NOAH
A Conspiracy of Tall Men. [Calif.]

HAY, BRIAN
Marten's Wall. Blackpowder pb (Eng.), 1994 [Eng., 1640s]

HAY, FRANCES
Traitor's Island. [Fr.]

HAY, IAN. Born in Manchester of Scots descent; educated in Edinburgh and Cambridge;
        schoolmaster turned writer and playwright.

HAY, MARIE. Lived in Rome.

HAYCRAFT, ANNA MARGARET. 1932-2005. Editor at Gerald Duckworth, the London
        publisher; lived in Wales. {adding middle name, death date and author info}

HAYDER, MO. SC: Jack Caffery, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HAYENS, (WILLIAM JAMES) HERBERT. Editor and author who lived in Glasgow.

HAYES, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Born in Cheshire; trained as an architect before becoming a
        painter.
-A Prima Donna's Romance. [Greece]
-The Shadow of a Throne. Change [Fr.] to [Paris]

HAZARD, BARBARA
-Midnight Waltz. Signet, 1999 [London, 1810]

HEALY, SHAY. ca.1943- . Author, songwriter, TV producer.
Green Card Blues. O'Brien pb (Dublin), 1994; Irish American pb, 1998

HEAVEN, CONSTANCE
-The Queen and the Gypsy. change [1500s] to [1560-1580]

HEBDEN, JULIET
Pel and the Patriarch. Correct to: Pel the Patriarch
Pel and the Precious Parcel. Correct publication date to: 1997

HECHT, BEN
Broken Necks and other stories. [Chi.]

HECHT, DANIEL. SC: Mo Ford, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HECK, PETER J(EWELL). ca.1941- .

HEFFERNAN, WILLIAM
Toltec. Delete

HEFFNER, WILLIAM J. See: Don Michael Shannon.

HELEY, VERONICA. SC: Ellie Quicke = EQ, and in subsequent novels.
Death for Deborah. [Eng., hosp.]
Murder at the Altar. EQ

HELMBERGER, PETER. SC: Patrick Delaney, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HELMS, RICHARD. SC: Pat Gallegher, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HELY, SARA. Born in London before WWII; evacuated to Sussex and later to the U.S. during
the war; then lived in Ireland for some years before marrying and settling in Scotland; has published several children's books, helped managed a farm and run a fast-food franchise; living in Ayrshire.

HENDRYX, JAMES B(EARDSLEY)
Black John of Halfaday Creek. Add SC: Corporal Cameron Downey

HENREY, MADELEINE. 1906-2004.

HENRY, CLAY
Nude on the Rocks. [Majorca]

HERBER, WILLIAM. 1920-2004.

HERMAN, JULIE WRAY. SC: Korine McFaile, Amilore Whittier, and Janey Bascom, in title
        below and subsequent novels.

HERNE, HUXLEY
The Tangled Miracle. Correct setting from [L.A.] to [Conn.]

HERRON, RUSSELL R. ca.1958- .

HERTZ, GEORGE. Pseudonym of George (Stanley) Hirst, 1923- , q.v.

HEWITT, EDWARD
-The Miller's Daughter. delete
Where Waters Meet. delete

HEWLETT, (HENRY) WILLIAM.

HEYER, GEORGETTE
-April Lady. Heinemann, 1957; Putnam, 1957 [London, 1810]
Cousin Kate. Bodley, 1968; Dutton,1968 [Eng., 1800s]
False Colours. Bodley, 1963; Dutton, 1964 [Eng., 1817]
        These Old Shades. Heinemann, 1926; Dutton, 1966 [Fr., 1700s]
The Unknown Ajax. Heinemann, 1959; Putnam, 1960 [Eng., 1800s]

HIASSEN, CARL. SC: Mick Stranahan = MS, and in subsequent novel(s).
Skin Tight. MS

HIGGINS, JACK
Angel of Death. [Eng.]

HIGHTOWER, LYNN S. SC: Lena Padget = LP, and in subsequent novel(s).
Alien Blues. add [Calif.]
Alien Eyes. add [Calif.]
Alien Heat. add [Calif.]
Alien Rites. add [Calif.]
Fortunes of the Dead. LP

HILDRICK, WALLACE. 1925-2001.

HILGARTNER, BETH. ca.1958- .
A Murder for Her Majesty. Houghton, 1986 [Eng., 1500s]

HILL, GRACE LIVINGSTON [GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL LUTZ]. See also: Grace
        Livingston Hill Lutz.

HILL, HEADON. Born in Suffolk and educated at Eton; a journalist turned writer.

HILL, K(ATE) F.
Sarah Brown, Detective. Add U.K. edition: Aldine, n.d.

HILL, REGINALD (CHARLES)
The Collaborators. Change publisher Foul Play to: Countryman

HILL, WILLIAM (D.). 1959- .
California Ghosting. Otter Creek (Fla.), 1998

HIMMEL, RICHARD
The Shame; see Soul of Passion
Soul of Passion. Stork pb, 1950. Also published as: The Shame. Avon, 1959

HINDS, ROY W.
The Treasure of Caricar. [Med. Is.]

HINKSON, H(ENRY) A(LBERT). Educated in Dublin and in Germany; called to the bar in
        1902.

HINZE, VICKI
Acts of Honor. [Miss.]

HIRSCHFELD, BURT. 1923-2004.

HIRST, GEORGE (STANLEY)
Back to the Golden Mile. Sphere, 1975
The Golden Mile. Sphere, 1974

HIRT, DOUGLAS
Colorado Gold. Dell, 1993 [Ariz., 1880s]

HOCKETT, KATHRYN
-Outrageous. Zebra, 2000 [Colo., 1875]

HOCKING, JOSEPH. Change to: ordained as a Methodist minister.
-Tommy. Hodder, 1916
Tommy and the Maid of Athens. Hodder, 1917 [Greece]

HODEL, MICHAEL P.
Enter the Lion. change [Eng.] to [London]

HODGE, BRIAN
-Oasis. Tor, 1989 [Ill.]

HODGE, JANET AIKEN
Secret Island. Putnam, 1985; Hodder, 1985 [Greece]

HODGELL, P(ATRICIA) C(HRISTINE). Living in Wisconsin and teaching English at the
Oskosh campus of Univ. of Wisconsin.

HODGES, A. NOEL
The Bancaster Mystery. [Eng.]

HOGAN, LINDA (KAY HENDERSON). 1947- .
-Mean Spirit. Atheneum, 1990 [Okla., 1920s]

HOGG, JAMES. Born in Selkirkshire in Scotland.

HOLDEN, DENNIS
Menace from the East. [Eng.]

HOLDEN, J. RAILTON. Show SC as Peter "Spider" Stockwell
Suez Side Ace. add SC: Peter "Spider" Stockwell

HOLDER, ANDRE
Fatal Beauty. Signal Hill pb, 1993 [NYC, 1957]

HOLDER, BOB N. Delete Ref: CA.

HOLLAND, CLIVE. Born in Bournemouth; trained as a lawyer before becoming a journalist in
        London.

HOLLE, M. L. SC; Amber Brooks, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HOLLEMAN, GARY L. 1947- .
-Ungrateful Dead. Leisure, 1999 [Memphis]

HOLLOWAY, VANCE. {don't show this as a pseudonym, and add:) Pseudonym: Alpheus Van
        Woeart, q.v.

HOLMAN, SHERI. 1966- .

HOLMES, DAVID C(HARLES). 1919-2004.

HOLMES, J. GIBB
Ghosts' Gloom. delete the dash

HOLT, DICK. SC: Clarke Sabin, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HOLT, GAVIN
Take Away the Lady. (Novelization of the TV and stage play by Holt and Gerard
        Glaister.) {correction}

HOME-GALL, EDWARD R(EGINALD). 1897-1974. {corrected birth date}

HOME-GALL, WILLIAM BOLINBROKE. Birth name: William Bolingbroke Home-Gall.
        {adding birth name}

HOME GOAL
-The Club on the Cliff. Aldine, 1928
-Darkies on the Rhine. Aldine, 1931
-Darkies on Tour. Aldine, 1931
-The Gypsey Footballer. Aldine, 1929
-The Worst Team in the Army. Aldine, 1928

HONEYCUTT, LEO (BAXTER). ca.1933- .

HOOK, THEODORE (EDWARD). 1788-1841. Born in London; educated at Oxford; playwright,
        novelist, and founder of newspapers.
Precepts and Practice. Colburn, 1840 ss (with some crime): The
        Atonement\Captain Grey\Civil War\Ditton\Fanny Vane\Fashionable
        Fictions\A Fragment of Modern History\Life After Death\The Little
        Man\Magpie Castle\The Man and His Master\My Last Tour\Odd People\The
        Planter's Birthday\Practical Jokes\Russian Police and English
        Prisons\A Stir in the Household\A Trip Over London\The Widow's
        Dog\Widdlezig\Wine and Water

HOOKE, NINA WARNER. 1907-1994.

HOPE, ANTHONY
The Indiscretion of the Duchess. Simpkin, 1894

HOPE, FIELDING
The Guinea Pig's Tail. [Eng., Venice]

HOPKINS, JOHN BAKER. 1830-1888.
Two Turns of the Wheel. Newman, 1881 [London]

HOPKINS, W(ILLIAM) TIGHE. Born in Nottingham of Irish parents; journalist and editor.

HORGAN, McCALL. Pseudonym.
Blonde Hostage. Editorial Services, 1957
Dames Is My Undoing. Change publication date to: 1957
Downbeat on a Debutante. Change publication date to 1958 add: Also published as
        by John J. McCall: Consul, 1964 [L.A.]
Dying Is Forever. Editorial Services, 1957. Also published as by John J. McCall as:
        Is Money Everything? Consul, 1964 [L.A.]
Honey, I Hate to Do It. Change publication date to: 1957
The Lady Was Loaded. Change publication date to: 1957
Meet Murder, Miss Munro. Editorial Services, 1958. Also published as by John J.
        McCall as: The All-American Sweetheart. Consul, 1964
The Night Feels Awful Lonely. Editorial Services, 1957
12:15 A.M.: I'm Blasted. Delete

HORLER, (HARRY) SYDNEY
-The Ball of Fortune. Aldine, 1926
-Goal. Aldine, 1925
-The Man Who Saved the Club. Aldine, 1926

HORN, HOLLOWAY
The Intruder. delete

HORNE, GEOFFREY. 1916-1988.

HORNER, DAVID
The Devil's Quill. [Fr., 1910]

HORNIMAN, ROY. Born in Southsea; actor and author of plays and film scripts.
Viper. [Eng.]

HORROCK, HENRY. add q.v. to Diane Henry

HORROCK, NICHOLAS (MORTON). add q.v. to Diane Henry

HOSKEN, (ERNEST CHARLES) HEATH. Born in Norwich; a journalist.

HOSKINS, SUSAN M.
        Twisted Secrets. Integrity pb (Kan.), 1998

HOUSMAN, LAURENCE. Born in Worcestershire; poet, novelist, playwright and artist.

HOUY, JULIE. 1917- . Carolyn Livingston, 1932- .

HOVEY, DEAN L. ca.1952- . SC: Dan Williams, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HOWARD, HARTLEY
The Stretton Case. [London]

HOWARD, KEBLE. Schoolmaster turned journalist, editor, drama critic and playwright.

HOWATCH, SUSAN
-The High Flyer. Add U.S. edition: Knopf, 2000
The Rich Are Different. H. Hamilton, 1977; Simon, 1977

HOWE, MURIEL. Delete Ref: CA.

HUBBARD, P(HILIP) M(AITLAND)
Cold Waters. [Scot.]

HUEFFER, FORD MADOX. Born Ford Hermann Joseph Leopold Hueffer in London.

HUEY, J. F. SC: Ki Dicer, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HUGHART, BARRY. change [ca.1000] to [ca.640] for all titles

HUGHES, DAVID. 1930-2005.

HUGHES, ELIZABETH
The Legend of the Deadly Doll. [Ga.]

HUGHES, KEN
The Long Echo. [Ger.] (and delete the dash)

HUGHES, MARY ELLEN. SC: Maggie Olenski, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

HUGHES, RICHARD (EDWARD). 1927-2002.

HULBERT, ARCHER B(UTLER). 1873-1933.
The Queen of Quelparte. Little, 1902; Ward, 1905 [Korea]

HUMPHREY, HOWARD C. SC: Ridley Taylor and Milt Young, in both titles.

HUNGERFORD, MARGARET WOLFE HAMILTON. Born and educated in Ireland.

HUNT, E(VERETTE) HOWARD (JR.). Should be link to HUNT, HOWARD entry

HUNT, (EVERETTE) HOWARD
Dragon Teeth. Correct publisher from Dutton to: Fine
Guadalajara. Correct publication date to: 1990
Sonora. Correct publisher from Dutton to: Forge

HUNTER, ALAN (JAMES HERBERT). 1922-2005.

HUNTER, CATHERINE. Teaches English at Univ. Of Winnipeg.

HUNTER, EVAN. 1926-2005.
Delete this line in print version: So Nude, So Dead; see The Big Fix

HUNTER, JILLIAN
-Daring. PB, 1998 [Scot.]

HUNTER, (ALFRED) JOHN
-A Boxer's Sweetheart. Aldine, 1927

HUNTER, P(ETER) HAY
The Crime of Christmas Day. [theatre]

HUNTER, STEPHEN. SC: Earl Swagger = ES, and in subsequent novel(s).
Hot Springs. ES

HUNTINGDON, JOHN
The Seven Black Chessmen. [Eng.]

HURLEY, GRAHAM. SC: Insp. Joe Faraday = JF, and in subsequent novel(s).
Turnstone. JF

HURLEY, T. P.
The Avenging Eagle. [London]

HURWITZ, GREGG ANDREW
The Tower. change [Calif.] to [S.F.]

HUTCHENS, PAUL. 1902-1977.
-Romance of Fire. Van Kampen, 1934 [Chi.]

HYATT, STANLEY PORTAL. Born in England; lived for a time in Australia and South Africa.

HYDE, CHRISTOPHER
Maxwell's Train. Add Canadian edition, listing first: Collins (Toronto), 1984

INMAN, ROBERT (ANTHONY). Delete Ref: CA.

INNES, HAMMOND
All Roads Lead to Friday. [Eng., Wales]

INNES, MICHAEL
Appleby Plays Chicken. Add [acad.]

IRALDI, JAMES C.
The Problem of the Purple Maculas. [London, 1890-1]

IRVING, MARK. Sternberg: Former marine, reporter and bureau chief. SC: Clint Jagger, in
        both titles.

ISAACS, SUSAN. Sc: Judith Singer = JS, and in subsequent novel(s).
Compromising Positions. JS

JACKSON, JON. 1936- .
Golden President. Crystal Bay pb (Nev.), 1987
Snow Bullets. Crystal Bay pb (Nev.), 1987
Zephyr Kills. Crystal Bay pb (Nev.), 1988 [train, Nev.]

JACKSON, MARIAN J. A.
The Arabian Pearl. add [Kan. City]
The Cat's Eye. change [past] to [1900]

JACKSON, R(OBERT) C. correct to: JACKSON, ROBERT C.

JACOBS, T(HOMAS) C(URTIS) H(ICKS). add note: Although his name was not changed
        legally, he preferred to be known as T. C. H. Pendower. Add pseudonym: Ann
        Penn, q.v.

JACOBSEN, CLAY
Circle of Seven. Broadman pb, 2000

JAFFE, MICHELE
The Stargazer. change [ca.1590] to [1585]
The Water Nymph. change [ca.1590] to [1588]

JAKES, JOHN
On Secret Service. Change [U.S.] to [Wash. D.C.]

JAMES, DEAN. SC: Maggie McLendon, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

JAMES, G(EORGE) P(AYNE) R(AINSFORD). Born in London; prolific novelist.

JAMES, HENRY COLBERT
The Madness of Charlie Pierce, as by Henry C. James. [Australia]

JAMES, PETER
Dreamer. [London]

JAMES, W.
Charles Oliphant. Newby, 1857 [Scot.]

JANE, FRED(ERICK) T(HOMAS). Born in Devon; trained as an artist; became a naval
        authority, journalist and novelist.

JANSON, HANK
Cat's Paw. [Eng.]

JARDINE, QUINTIN
Skinner's Mission. add U.S. edition: Trafalgar pb, 1997

JEFFERIES, (JOHN) RICHARD. Born in Wiltshire.

JEPSON, EDGAR (ALFRED). SC: Lady Noggs = N.
-The Lady Noggs Assists. Jenkins, 1924 N
-The Lady Noggs, Peeress. N
On the Edge of Empire. [India]
Peter Intervenes. Delete the dash

JEROTT, MICHELLE
Absolute Trouble. Change [La.] to [New Or.]

JERROLD, DOUGLAS (WILLIAM). Born in London; playwright and editor.

JETMUNDSEN, NORMAN. SC: Cade Bryson, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

JEWELL, BRITT. SC: J. D. Sloan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

JEWELL, DEREK. 1927-1985.

JINKS, CATHERINE
The Inquisitor. add U.S. edition: St. Martin's, 2002

JOHNSON, CARL
Blind Date for Sonia. World Distributors, 1951 {delete reference to Blind Date
        for a Spy and the Australian edition}

JOHNSON, DENIS
-Angels. Knopf, 1983; Chatto, 1984 [Ariz.]

JOHNSON, DON. correct to: JOHNSON, D(ON) E.

JOHNSON, DONALD McINTOSH. 1903-1978.

JOHNSON, TAFFY
Straight Goers. Cole hc, n.d. [Eng.]

JOHNSTON, DOROTHY. SC: Sandra Mahoney, in title below and subsequent novel(s).
The Trojan Dog. Change [Australia] to [Canberra]

JOHNSTON, IVAN. Policeman turned salesman.

JONASSOHN, RUTH S.
The Seminar. 1st Books pb, 2000

JONES, D. J. H. Pseudonym of Diane Furtney, 1945- , poet and translator who works in the
        plant biology department at Ohio State Univ.

JONES, JANE G(ILLIS). ca.1942- .
Murder at Audubon Zoo. (title correction)

JONES, MADISON F. 1956- .

JONES, SIMMONS. Add: Ref: CA.

JONES, STAN. SC: Nathan Active, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

JONES, TOM O. 1946- . Pseudonym: Iqlas Shah, q.v.
-The Death Gods of Applevale. E M Press pb (Va.), 1994
-Red Swastika at the Crystal Palace. University Editions pb, 1995

JONES, WATKIN
The Case of the Scarlet Woman. [London, past]

JORDAN, JANET
-Dangerous Beauty. Wright, 1935
-Guardian Fate. Wright, 1934
-Intrigue Island. Wright, 1938

JORDAN, JENNIFER. Change author of Existing Solutions to JORDAN, JENNIFER L.
        Pseudonym of Jennifer S. Croft, 1962- .
Existing Solutions. [Denver]

JORDAN, OAKLEY
Death's Parallel. [Memphis]

JOSEPH, MARIE
Footsteps in the Park. [Eng.]

JOY, DICKON
-The Testing Year. Aldine, 1927

JOYCE, MARIANNE
-Bewitched Desire. Onyx, 1988
A Haunted Passion. Signet, 1987 [Wyo., 1970]

JUDSON, JEANNE
The Island Heirs. Delete

KABAL, A. M. add pseudonym: John Ford, q.v.

KADOW, JEANNINE. SC: Lacie Wagner = LW, and in subsequent novel(s).
Burnout. LW

KAMINSKY, STUART M. SC: Lew Fonseca = LF, and in subsequent novel(s).
Dancing in the Dark. change [1940s] to [1943]
Vengeance. LF

KANAR, STEPHEN
The J Factor. Add [Orlando]

KANE, ANDREA
The Gold Coin. change [ca.1816] to [1817]

KANE, STEPHANIE. SC: Jackie Flowers, in title below and subsequent novels.

KAPLAN, IRVING. ca.1919- .

KARR, LEE
Beware, My Love. {title correction}

KARR, PHYLLIS ANN. 1944- .
The Idylls of the Queen. Ace, 1982 [Eng., 400s]

KARTUN, DEREK (ISIDORE). 1919-2005.

KAUF, RUSS(ELL D.). 1934-2002.

KAUFFMAN, DONNA
-Legend of the Sorcerer. Bantam, 2000 [Fla.]

KAVA, ALEX. SC: Maggie O'Dell, in title below and subsequent novels.

KAY, TERRY [TERRENCE]. Change to: KAY, TERRY (WINTER). 1938- . Ref: CA.

KAYE, M(ARY) M(ARGARET)
Night on the Island. (Rewritten version of Strange Island, as by Mollie Kaye, q.v.)

KAYE, MOLLEY        
Strange Island. Show publication date as 1944 and movie to KAYE, MOLLIE entry

KAZAN, NICHOLAS. 1945- .
-Fallen. Signet, 1998 (Novelization of film: Warner, 1998; scw: Nicholas Kazan; dir:
        Gregory Hoblit.)

KEATING, H. R. F. SC: Harriet Martens = HM, and in subsequent novels.

The Hard Detective. HM

KEENE, DAY
Love Me--and Die! (Ghost-written by Gil Brewer, 1921-1983, q.v.)

KEENAN, WILLIAM
Mosaic of Death. [Eng.]

KEEPING, TEMPEST
-Pearls. Mayfair, 1935 [S. Pac.]

KEIFETZ, MANDY. ca.1966- .
Corrido. Fleabites pb (NYC), 1998 [N. Mex.]

KEIGHTLEY, S. R. Born in Belfast; called to the Irish bar in 1883.
A Man of Millions. [Eng.]

KEITH, LESLIE. Raised and educated in Edinburgh.

KELLAND, CLARENCE BUDINGTON. Add: Ref: CA.

KELLEY, LEO (PATRICK). 1928-2002.

KELLIER, ELIZABETH
The Patient at Tonesburry Manor. [Eng.]

KELLY, SUSAN. SC: Gregory Summers = GS, and in subsequent novels.
The Lone Traveller. GS

KEMPNER, J(EAN) A. ca.1930- . (correction)
McCarey's Wife. Kempner pb, 2000

KENEALY, ARABELLA (MADONNA). Born in Sussex; educated at the London School of
Medicine for Women; practice medicine for a few years before retiring due to ill health.

KENNAN, ELIZABETH (T.). ca.1938- .

KENNEDY, BART. Born in Leeds, raised in Manchester; sailor, then a tramp laborer around the
        U.S.

KENNEDY, EUGENE (CULLEN). {adding middle name}

KENNEDY, WILLIAM
Siren's Lullaby. Chage [R.I.] to: [Newport]

KENNY, BASH. Pseudonym of William Bolinbroke Home-Gall, 1894-1982, q.v.
-The Boxing Grenadier. Aldine, 1928

KENSON, STEPHEN. ca.1969- .
Crossroads. Roc, 1999 [Boston, 2060]

KENT, ARTHUR (WILLIAM CHARLES). 1925-1998.

KENYON, KAY
Leap Point. Add [Midwest]

KENYON, PAUL. House name. SC: Baroness Penelope St. John-Orsini, in all titles.
Black Gold. PB, 1975 (by Donald Moffat.)
Death Is a Ruby Light. PB, 1974
Diamonds Are for Dying. PB, 1974
Ecstasy Connection. PB, 1974
Flicker of Doom. PB, 1974
Hard-Core Murder. PB, 1974
Operation Doomsday. PB, 1974
Sonic Slave. PB, 1974

KERNAHAN, MRS. COULSON. Born in Staffordshire.
Ashes of Passion. Long, 1909

KETCHUM, JACK
The Exit at Toledo Blade Boulevard. Obsidian (Wash.), 1998 ss (with some
        crime): Chain Letter\The Exit at Toledo Blade Boulevard\The Great
        San Diego Sleasy Bimbo Massacre\If Memory Serves\Mail Order\The
        Rifle\The Rose\Snakes\To Suit the Crime\The Visitor\When the Penny
        Drops\Winter's Child
Joyride. British title: Road Kill. Headline, 1994

KICHLINE, LINDA. ca.1951- .

KIHLSTROM, APRIL. SC: Marian Tibbles = MT, and in subsequent novels.
Miss Tibbles Investigates. MT

KILIAN, MICHAEL. 1939-2005. SC: Harrison Raines = HR, and in subsequent novels.
Murder at Manassas. HR

KIMBELL, ANNE. SC: Janine Simms, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

KIMBRO, JOHN MILTON. 1929-2004.

KING, (FRANK) HARVEY
Mountain Captivity. Harvey King (Eng.), 1958 ss (criminous = *): Anzeta and
        Robert\*Carnival Dress\The Fourth Cup\*Like Father Like Son\The
        Little Pink Hat\*Mountain Captivity

KING, ROSS
Domino. change [1700s] to [1770s]

KING, STEPHEN
The Dead Zone. [Maine]
The Green Mile. change [South] to [Ga.]

KING, T. STANLEYAN. SC: Dick Daring = DD.
-The All-Conquering Game. Aldine, 1926
-Comrades of the Canvas. Aldine, 1927
-Dandy Dick's Mascot. Aldine, 1928
-Dick Daring, International. Aldine, 1923 DD
-Dick Daring Scores Again. Aldine, 1923 DD
-Dick Daring, the Mystery Pro. Aldine, 1922 DD

KINGSTON, CHARLES
The Infallible System. Change [Fr.] to [Monaco]

KINMAN, GAY TOLTL. ca.1939- .

KINROSS, ALBERT. Born in Hampstead; journalist, editor, and drama and art critic.

KIRCHHEIMER, GLORIA. ca.1933- .

KIRKBRIDE, RONALD (DE LEVINGTON). 1912-1973.

KIRKHOFF, JOHN L. 1923- .
The Persepolis Project. Four Seasons pb, 1999

KITTREDGE, MARY
Kill or Cure. change [Conn.] to [New Haven]
Walking Dead Man. change [Conn.] to [New Haven]

KLASKY, MINDY L. 1964- .
The Glasswright's Apprentice. Roc, 2000

KLEIN, DANIEL M. SC: Elvis Presley = EP, and in subsequent novels.
Kill Me Tender. EP

KLINE, CHRISTINA BAKER
-Sweet Water. Harper, 1993 [Tenn.]

KNEESHAW, J. W.
Gold or Dross? Partridge, 1902

KNIGHT, ALANNA. SC; Rose McQuinn = RM, and in subsequent novels.
The Inspector Daughter. RM

KNIGHT, ANNE
Death Storm. [Calif.]

KNIGHT, L. A.
The Morlo. Delete

KNIGHT, (CHARLES HENRY) MAXWELL. 1900-1968. {adding first names and dates}
Also add to author info: and a spy for MI5.

KNOX, WILMA. SC: Kerry Allen and Frank Borth, in title below and subsequent novels.
The Biloxi Witness. (correction)

KODY, BOB
-The Ghost of Little Fawn. iUniverse pb, 1999 [Tex., 1878]

KOENIG, SHAROLETT (GOMEZ). sc: Tim MacCulfsky, in title below and subsequent novels.

KONING, HANS. 1924- . Ref: CA. {correcting birth date}

KORNIT, SUSAN. 1938- .

KROMER, HELEN. 1946- .

KRESS, DAVE [DAVID]. ca.1958- . Living in Rhode Island.

KRUGER, MARY
Death on the Cliff Walk. change [R.I.] to: [Newport]
No Honeymoon for Death. change [ca.1895] to [1896]

KUNZ, KATHLEEN. 1935-2002.

LABRIOLA, JERRY, M. D. SC: Dr. David Brooks, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LADD, LINDA. ca.1948- . Ref: CA.

LADOUX, GEORGES (EMILE). Was Chief of the French Intelligence Service.
The Kaiser's Blonde Spy. Reprint title: The Blonde Spy. (Book edited and introduced
        by Warrington Dawson.)

LAFFEATY, CHRISTINA. 1932- . (Correction; delete reference to Netta Carstens)

LaFLAMME, LON L.
Black Lies. iUniverse pb, 2000 [Montana]

LA GUMA, ALEX. 1925-1985. Born in Cape Town; one of the leaders of the anti-apartheid
        movement.
A Walk in the Night. Mbari (Nigeria), 1962. U.S. and British title: A Walk
        in the Night and other stories. Northwestern Univ., 1967; Heinemann,
        1968 [Cape Town] ss (at least the title story is criminous): At
        the Portagee's\Blankets\The Gladiators\The Lemon Orchard\A Matter
        of Taste\Tattoo Marks and Nails\A Walk in the Night

LAINE, ANNABEL
The Reluctant Heiress. change [ca.1820] to [1812]

LAKE, LORI L. SC: Desiree "Dez" Reilly, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LAKEY, BABS. SC: Elsie Sanders, in title below and subsequent novels.

LAMBE, ZOE. Born in Auckland, educated in Christchurch; came to England 1947; touring
        lecturer for Central Office of Information.

LAMBERT, ROSA
The Mystery of the Golden Wings. [London]

LAMBOT, ISOBEL (MARY). SC: Detective Orloff = O.
Bloody Festival. O
Still Waters Run Deadly. O
Watcher on the Shore. [Afr.]

LANDOLF, CHARLES A. 1912-2002.

LANDRY, HORACE P. SC: Father Timothy O'Toole, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LANG, SIMON
Hopeship. add: [space]

LANGBRIDGE, FREDERICK. Born in Birmingham; educated there and in Oxford; ordained
        minister, serving in England and Ireland.

LANHAM, PETER. Pseudonym of Cecil John Lanham Parker, 1899- .
Blanket Boy's Moon. Collins, 1953. U.S. title: Blanket Boy. Crowell, 1953 [Afr.]

LANTIGUA, JOHN. SC: Willie Cuesta = WC, and in subsequent novel(s).
Player's Vendetta. WC

LANYON, JOSH. SC: Adrien English, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LARKIN, ROCHELLE. 1935-2004.

LASKER, MICHAEL. Pseudonym of Ricahrd (Martin) Elman, 1934-1997, q.v.

LATIMER, JONATHAN (WYATT)
Red Gardenias. [Ill.]

LATIMER, RUPERT
Death in Real Life. [Eng.]

LATRIELLE, STAN(LEY). ca.1937- .

LAWRENCE, CYNTHIA. SC: Catherine "Cat" Deean, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LAURENCE, JANET
Death at the Table. [London]

LAURIE, HUGH
The Gun Seller. [Eng.]

LAWRENCE, MARGERY
-Nights of the Round Table. Add Canadian edition: Ash-Tree (Can.), 1998

LAWSON, L. M. SC: Jessie Power and Neal Fox, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LAYMON, RICHARD
One Rainy Night. [Calif.]

LAZIER, AUDREY. ca.1932- .

LEADER, MARY (BARTELT). 1948- .

LEAHEY, MICHAEL (I.). SC: J(ames) J(oseph) Donovan, in title below and subsequent novels.
:
LEATHER, EDWIN (HARTLEY CAMERON). 1919-2005.

LE BRETON, THOMAS
-An Amateur Champion. Aldine, 1925
-The Horse That Mattered. Aldine, 1926
-A Treble Event. Aldine, 1925

LEDBETTER, SUZANN. SC: Hannah Garvey, in title below and subsequent novels.

LEE, DORIAN
Cut the Cards, Lady. [Eng.]

LEE, EDWARD
-Stickmen. [Wash. D.C.]

LEE, GYPSY ROSE. {Change actual authorship statement to read that the books were rumored
        to have been written by Georgiana Ann Randolph Craig}

LEE, TAMARA
Queen's Flight. [Calif.]

LEE, THOMAS
The Old Bull Inn of Silver Street, Edmonton. [London]

LEHMAN, ERNEST. 1915-2005.

LEHMAN, JOHN H. Delete Ref: CA.

LEIGH, ROBERT. SC: Sgt. Dennis McQueen, in title below and subsequent novel(s) (as by
        Robert J. Randisi).

LEIGH, VICTORIA. ca.1950- .
Night of the Hawk. Bantam, 1995

LEIGHTON, MARIE CONNOR. Born in Gloucestershire.

LEIGHTON, ROBERT. Born in Ayr and educated in Liverpool; an editor and novelist.

LEIGHTY, PAUL.
Tradewind Terror. Caravan, 1994 [S.Car.]

LEMBETT, TESSA
-Dear Burglar. Hale, 1990

LEMON, MARK. Born in London; dramatist and editor.

LEONARD, CONSTANCE. SC: Tracy James = TJ (series intended for younger readers).
Aground. Dodd, 1984 TJ [Maine]
Stowaway. Dodd, 1983 TJ [ship]
Strange Waters. Dodd, 1985 TJ [Greece]

LEPPART, JERRY. SC: Billy "Two Bears" Simpson, in both titles.
Pest Control. Galde pb (Minn.), 2000 [Minn.]

LE QUEUX, WILLIAM (TUFNELL). SC: Duckworth Drew = DD.
Secrets of the Foreign Office. DD
-Treasure of Israel. add the dash

LERANGIS, PETER
-Sleepy Hollow. PB, 1999; Faber pb, 1999 [N.Y.] (Novelization of film: Paramount,
        1999; scw: Andrew Kevin Walker; dir: Tim Burton.)

LERNER, MAXIMILIAN. (correcting first name spelling)

LEROUX, GASTON. SC: Benedict Masson = BM.
The Kiss That Killed. BM
Lady Helena; or, The Mysterious Lady. Film: Universelle Cinematographique, 1936, as
        Mister Flow (scw: Henry Jeanson; dir: Robert Siodmak)
The Machine to Kill. BM
The Phantom of the Opera. Add film: Warner, 2004 (scw: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Joel
        Schumacher; dir: Schumacher)

LESCROART, JOHN T.
Son of Holmes. [Fr.]

LESLIE, NORMAN
Shadow Over Europe. [Ger.]

LESLIE, PETER
Night of the Tribolites. SC correction to: David Vincent

LETHBRIDGE, SYBIL CAMPBELL
The Crime of Jane Dacre. [Eng.]

LEVINE, MURRAY
-Hegemony. Xlibris pb, 2000
-Palm Pointe. Xlibris pb, 2000

LEVINSON, PAUL. SC: Phil D'Amato, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LEVY, BARBARA. Delete Ref: CA.

LEVY, BOB. SC: Joe O'Riley, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LEWBART, GREG. SC: Hal Noble, in both titles.

LEWIN, MICHAEL Z. SC: Adele Buffington = AB (also makes brief appearances in other
        AS novels).
And Baby Will Fall. AB
Night Cover. Add: with AB in a minor role

LEWIS, DON and REG HARRIS
Dainty Dames are Dangerous (by Lewis) and Standover Stella (by Harris). Fairway pb
        (Australia), n.d.

LEWIS, (C.) JACK. SC: Charlie Congar = CC, and in subsequent novels.
Double Cross. CC

LEWIS, JOHN HAMILTON
Opal Eye Devil. add {1877]

LEWIS, MICHAEL. SC: Detective Inspector Anthony Field = AF.
The Brand of the Beast. add SC: AF
The Island of Disaster. add SC: AF
The Three Amateurs. AF

LEWIS, STEPHEN
The Dumb Shall Sing. change [1640s] to [1638]

LEYS, JOHN K(IRKWOOD). Born in Glasgow and educated there; called to the bar in 1874.

LEYTON, PATRICK. {not listed in author index-should be there for 20 titles}
The Delmayne Mystery. Correct to: The Dalmayne Mystery
Treasure at Greyladies. {correction}

LINDSAY, HARRY. Born in Belfast; became a schoolteacher in Liverpool; editor of the
        Methodist Weekly.

LINDSAY, MAYNE
The Valley of Sapphires. [India]

LINKLATER, J. LANE. SC: Silas Booth, in all titles.

LINSCOTT, GILLIAN
Dead Man's Music. change [ca.1910] to [1913]

LINTON, DUKE
So Dead, So Sweet. Correct to: So Sweet, So Dead

LINTON, E(LIZA) LYNN. {correction} Born in Keswick; journalist and newspaper
        correspondent.

LINZ, CATHIE
-The Lawman Gets Lucky. Harlequin, 2000 [Colo.]

LISS, DAVID. SC; Benjamin Weaver, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LISTER, MICHAEL. SC: John Jordan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

LITCHFIELD, MICHAEL. 1949- . (Date correction) Investigative journalist and
        parliamentary correspondent.

LITMAN, ROBERT B.
The Treblinka Virus. Ivy League pb, 1991 [2008]

LITTLE, PATRICIA M. ca.1948- .

LITTLEFIELD, JIM. SC: Nick and Sarah Worther, in title below and subsequent novels.

LIVESAY, ANN. Add: Ref: CA.

LIVINGSTON, CAROLYN. 1932- . Joan Drummond Miller, 1932- . Julie Houy, 1917- .

LLEWELLYN, SAM. SC: George Le Fanu Gurney = GG.
-Gurney's Release. Arlington, 1979; Ulverscroft, 1981 GG [1828]
-Gurney's Revenge. Arlington, 1977. U.S. title: Sea Devil. Bantam, 1979 GG [1820]
-Gurney's Reward. Arlington, 1978; Bantam, 1979 GG [1822]

LLOYD, JOHN. 1900- . See: Elwyn Jones, 1923- . {correcting entry for Jones x-reference}

LLOYD, JOHN. Pseudonym of John Cooper. {show this as author of the two listed novels
        published by Robert Hale}

LLOYD, TOM
-The Conquering Cornstalk. Aldine, 1930
-Foes in Football. Aldine, 1927
-For Love of a Scrap. Aldine, 1928
-From Gang to Glory. Aldine, 1931
-In the Last Stride. Aldine, 1926
-Knocked Out! Aldine, 1929
-The Lazy Champion. Aldine, 1928
-Peter the Puncher. Aldine, 1927
Samson's Surrender. Delete

LOCK, JOAN. SC: Sgt. Ernest Best, in title below and subsequent novels.

LOCKE, JAMES
The Stem of the Crimson Dahlia. delete the dash [Bulgaria]

LOCKE, W(ILLIAM) J(OHN). Born in British Guiana of English parents; educated in Trinidad
        and Cambridge; novelist and playwright.

LOCKHEART, VINCENT. correct to: LOCKHART, VINCENT

LOGAN, BENNY
Hell-Bent. Gannet, 1954

LOGHRY, LIZABETH
The Cursed Inheritance. [Calif., 1876]

LONG, FREDA M(ARGARET)
-The Heir of Frinton Park. [Europe, early 1800s]
-The Master of Frinton Park. [Eng., 1800s]
-Mischief at Frinton Park. [Eng., 1812]
-The Murder of Caroline Matilda. Hale, 1974 [past]
-Poison in Putney. [Eng., past]

LONG, HARMAN
Silverface Surrenders. [London]

LONGFELLOW, PAMELA. 1944- .
-Chasing Women. Collins, 1983 [1929]

LONGMATE, NORMAN. SC: Insp./Supt. Herbert Bradbury and Sgt. Christopher Raymond
        {adding first names}

LONGSTRETH, T. MORRIS
Murder at Belly Butte. {Correction} show as: (True crime-novelized?)

LONGYEAR, BARRY B. SC: Matthew Sykes = MS.
The Change. PB, 1994 MS [L.A., future]
Slag Like Me. MS

LONSDALE, ROBERTA E. ca.1952- .

LORD, GABRIELLE. SC: Gemma Lincoln = GL, and in subsequent novels.
Feeding the Demons. GL

LORE, PHILLIPS
The Looking Glass Murders. Show Playboy edition as pb
Murder Behind Closed Doors. Show Playboy edition as pb

LORNE, DAVID
-The Last Prisoner. Avon, 1991

LOVAT, GRAHAM
Nymph in Nylons. [London]

LOVELACE, MERLINE
Mistaken Identity. Silhouette, 2000 [Ariz.]

LOWE, CHARLES. Born in Forfarshire; trained in law but turned to journalism and the writing
        of books.

LUCAS, ST. JOHN
in print version is now after Macardle instead of in proper alphabetical order

LUDLUM, ROBERT. SC: Jonathan Smith = JS, and in subsequent novel(s).
The Acquitaine Progression. [Geneva]
The Bourne Ultimatum. [Va.]
The Hades Factor. JS

LUKENS, JOHN        

Adders Abounding. delete the dash

LUSKA, SIDNEY. Correction: Born in St. Petersburg, son of an American lawyer; educated in
        Rome, Paris and Harvard Divinity School; moved to London in 1890.

LUTZ, GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL. 1865-1947. See also: Grace Livingston Hill.
The Mystery of Mary. Lippincott, 1912

LYNCH, LAWRENCE. SC: Frank Ferrars = FF.
The Last Stroke. FF
Shadowed by Three. Add SC: FF

LYNCH, MIRIAM                
Journey Into Twilight. [New Eng.]

LYNDS, DENNIS. 1924-2005.

LYNDS, GAYLE. SC: Liz Sansborough = LS, and in subsequent novel(s).
Masquerade. LS

LYNNE, JAMES BROOM. 1920-1988.

LYONS, A(LBERT MICHAEL) NEIL. 1880-1940.
A Market Bundle. Butterworth, 1921; Dodd, 1922 ss (some mildly criminous): An
        Absentee\A Big Red Blot\Brotherhood\A Brown Girl Spoils the
        Picture\Brown Milk\Cony Pit Corner\The Degenerate\The Fortunate
        Boots\The Frights\The German from Perhaps\Granfer Haffenden's
        Sunday\The Guinea\His Majesty's Cure\Houp La!\Jim Jam\A Joke for a
        Horse\Just Ginger\The Laughing Soldier\Lucy's Holiday\The Man
        in the Grey Hat\Mr. Ap Elwes\Mr. Rummery's Celebration\Mrs.
        Pearmint's Auction Sale\The Naval Wife\A Pair of
        Nutcrackers\Parafark\Persuasion\A Picture\Poor Old Ambrose\The
        Poskman-Poskman\Practical Brewing\Private Jupp's Mission\The
        Psetonian\Representing the Platoon\St. Winefride's Shrine\Stolen
        Grass\Strawberries and Cream\Stuck to the Wire\The Tale of a
        Comet\The Terrorist\Three-Pun-Ten\Tibsey\A Waggoner's Dream\Zenobia

McALLISTER, D. J.

-Chasing Shadows. Xlibris, 1999

MacARTHUR, D(AVID) WILSON. 1903-1981.

McBAIN, ED
Dogwatch. Star Weekly (Canadian newspaper supplement), 1971 P (U.S. title?)

McBAUGH, ALFRED C. SC: Andrew Swanson, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

McBRATNEY, SAM. SC: Francis Fry, in all titles (intended for very young readers).
Fishy Business for Francis Fry. Collins pb, 1999
Francis Fry and the O.T.G. Collins pb, 1996
Francis Fry, Private Eye. Collins pb, 1995

McBRIDE, SUSAN. SC: Maggie Ryan, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

McCAFFREY, ANNE (INEZ). Add: Ref: CA.

McCAIN, BRIAN
American Pie. 1st Books pb, 2000

McCALL, JOHN J. Pseudonym. See: McCall Horgan.
Downbeat for a Debutante. Delete
Is Money Everything? Delete

McCALL, LINDA LANE
A Taste of Fear. Correct publisher to: BookSurge pb, 1999

McCALLUM, STEPHEN E. 1912-2003.

McCARGAR, JAMES GOODRICH. {correcting spelling of last name}

McCARTHY, JUSTIN. Born near Cork; novelist, historian; journalist and editor in London and
        Liverpool; Member of Parliament.

McCLISTER, MICHAEL. ca.1941- .

McCORMACK, ERIC
The Mysterium. [Can.]

McCRUMB, SHARYN (ELAINE ATWOOD)
Bimbos of the Death Sun. [Va.]
If I'd Killed Him When I Met Him... {correction}

McCUTCHEON, HUGH
The Angel of Light. [Eng.]

MacDONALD, ELIZABETH. Correct to: MacDONALD, ELISABETH

MCDONALD, GREGORY (CHRISTOPHER). in CD version, combine all 3 entries under
name shown thus

McDONALD, EVA (ROSE). 1909-1998.

MacDONALD, MALCOLM
A Woman Scorned. Headline, 1991; St. Martin's, 1992 [Dublin, 1881-8]

McDOWALL, IAIN. SC: Insp. Frank Jacobson & Sgt. Ian Kerry, in title below and subsequent
        novel(s).

McGAUGHEY, WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT. 1912-2004.

MacGILL, PATRICK. 1891-1963. {Correction} Born in Ireland; poet and author of fiction and
        nonfiction.

MacGILL-CALLAGHAN, SHEILA. 1926-2000.

MacGRATH, HAROLD
The Adventures of Kathlyn. (Novelization of silent film: Selig, 1914; scw: Gilson
        Willets; dir: F. J. Grandon.)

MacGREGOR, MIRIAM (FLORENCE). 1912-2001.

MacGREGOR, T. J. SC: Mira Morales and Wayne Sheppard = M&S, and in subsequent novels.
The Hanged Man. M&S

McGRORY, BRIAN. SC: Jack Flynn, in title below and subsequent novels.

McGUIRE, PAUL
Murder in Bostall. [London]

McHENRY, PAUL T., III
Code Name: Antidote. [Oslo]

McINTYRE, JOHN (THOMAS)
Ashton-Kirk: Criminologist. [NYC]
Ashton-Kirk: Investigator. [NYC]
Ashton-Kirk: Special Detective. [NYC]

MACKAY, SCOTT. SC: Barry Gilbert = BG, and in subsequent novels.
Cold Comfort. BG

McKENNA, MARTHE
The Spy in Khaki. [Ger.]

MacKENZIE, W(ILLIAM) A(NDREW)
The Red Star of Night. [Siberia]

McKINNEY, MEGAN. Correct first name to: MEAGAN
The Lawman Meets His Bride. Silhouette, 2000 [Mont.]

McKINNON, CAROLYN A. 1931- .
Insanity, Inc. Audenreed (Maine), 1996

MACKINNON, CHARLES ROY. 1924-2005.

McLACHLAN, BRYAN. SC: Gary Trainor, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

McLAREN, JOHN
7th Sense. Scribner pb (London), 1998

McLEAVE, HUGH (GEORGE). SC: Paul Brodie and Shane Kingslake = B&K.
A Borderline Case. B&K
Double Exposure. B&K
The Icarus Threat. B&K
Second Time Round. Hale, 1981; Walker, 1981, as Second Time Around GM
        [Eng., Ger.] (Show entry thus.)
The Sword and the Scales. Add sc: Dr. Gregor MacLean
        Under the Icefall. B&K

MacLEOD, CHARLOTTE. 1922-2005.

McLYNN, PAULINE. SC: Leonora "Leo" Street, in title below and subsequent novels.

McMAHON, NEIL. SC: Carroll Monks, in title below and subsequent novels.

McNAMARA, LENA B(ROOKE). Delete question marks from dates

McNEIR, LEO. SC: Marnie Walker, in title below and subsequent novels.

McQUOID, KATHERINE S. Born in London; published over 50 volumes of fiction as well as
        travel books.

MACRAE, TRAVIS. Other Mockler byline: Gretchen A. Travis, q.v.

MacVICAR, ANGUS
The Cavern. [Scot.]

MAARTENS, MAARTEN. Born in Amsterdam.

MACK, LOUISE. Born in Tasmania; journalist in Sydney and London; war correspondent during
        WWI.

MACKIE, JOHN. Born in Stirlingshire; lived in Australia and then Canada, where he joined the
        Mounties; served in the Boer War.

MADDEN, E(DWARD) S(TANISLAUS). 1919- .

MADDEROM, GARY. 1937-2005.

MADDISON, LAUREN. SC: Connor Hawthorne, in title below and subsequent novels.

MAFFINI, MARY JANE. SC: Camilla MacPhee, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MAHON, ANNETTE. SC: Maggie Browne, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MAILER, NORMAN
Harlot's Ghost. [Maine]

MAINWARING, MARION. Show birth year as 1922

MAITLAND, BARRY
The Malcontenta. [London]

MALAN, RIAN. 1954- .
My Traitor's Heart. Bodley, 1990; Atlantic, 1990 [S. Afr.]

MALCOLM, MURRAY J. SC: John Smith, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MALLORY, LAWRENCE
The Adventure of the Second Mrs. Watson. [London]

MALOY, RICHARD EDSON
A Game Without Rules. correct title to: New Sand for the Hourglass

MALTESE, WILLIAM. SC: Stud Draqual, in title below and subsequent novel(s).
A Slip to Die For. Change [L.A.] to [NYC} and correct publisher to: Lambert

MAMALIS, GEORGE J. 1922-2004.

MANCHESTER, IVY
Pinecastle. Also published as: Stumped. Black Walnut, 1985, as by Carleton Carpenter

MANGHAM, MACK. SC: Kathleen Reed and Hawk Bryson = R&B, and in subsequent
        novel(s).
The Shadow of the Hawk. R&B

MANN, JESSICA. SC: Dr. Fidelis Berlin = FB, and in subsequent novel(s).
A Private Inquiry. FB

MANN, MARY E. Born in Norwich.

MANN, STEVEN. SC: Boxer, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MARA, BERNARD
This Gun for Gloria. Also published in a pirated edition as by Edwin West: Wild. Zodiac
        pb, 1963

MARCH, HANNAH
The Complaint of the Dove. add U.S. edition: Signet, 2003
The Devil's Highway. add U.S. edition: Signet, 2003
A Distinction of Blood. add U.S. edition: Signet, 2004

MARCHETTI, VICTOR. 1930- .

MARCHMONT, ARTHUR W. Born in Middlesex; journalist and editor.
Sir Jaffray's Wife. Delete the dash

MARCUM, ROBERT. Professor of religion at BYU-Idaho.
Angel of Armageddon. Bookcraft pb, 1992
Dominions of the Gadiantons. Bookcraft pb, 1991
The Orlov Legacy. Deseret pb, 1996

MARCUSE, IRENE. SC: Anita Servi, in title below and subsequent novels.

MARGETSON, STELLA. 1912-1992.

MARGOLIN, PHILLIP. SC: Amanda Jaffe = AJ, and in subsequent novels.
Heartstone. change [U.S.] to [Oreg.]
Wild Justice. AJ

MARKOWITZ, ARTHUR
Market Street. Fieldhill (Johannesburg), 1959

MARLOWE, STEPHEN. Birth name: Milton Lesser. (Add to CD)

MARNAN, BASIL
        -The Resident Magistrate. [S. Afr.]

MARR-JOHNSON, DIANA. Add: Ref: CA.

MARRINER, BRIAN. Delete Ref: CA.

MARRIOTT, CHARLES. Born in Bristol; qualified as a pharmacist; art critic and novelist.

MARRYAT, CAPTAIN (FREDERICK). Born in Westminster; went to sea at 14; author of
        novels for adults and children.

MARSH, JEAN
The Pattern Is Murder. Change publication date to: 1954

MARSH, RICHARD
A Woman Perfected. delete the dash
His Love or His Life. delete the dash

MARSHALL, (DAVID) EDWARD
-The Middle Wall. [ship]

MARSTEN, RICHARD
Big Man. Also published in the U.S. as by Ed McBain: Signet, 1977 (delete reference
        to Avon edition)
Even the Wicked. Also published in the U.S. as by Ed McBain: Signet, 1977 (delete
        reference to Avon edition)
Runaway Black. Change PB, 1968 to: Permabooks, 1964

Vanishing Ladies. Also published as by Ed McBain: Signet, 1976 (delete reference to
        Penguin edition)

MARSTON, EDWARD
The Roaring Boy. [London]
The Wanton Angel. [London]

MARTEN, JACQUELINE. Delete Ref: CA.

MARTIN, KAT. 1947- .
-Perfect Sin. St. Martin's pb, 2000 [1805]
-Silk and Steel. St. Martin's pb, 2000 [Eng., 1800s]

MARTIN, MARCI. SC: Hannah Pryce, in title below and subsequent novels.

MARTIN, MICHAEL. SC: Frank Taylor, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MARTIN, TROY KENNEDY
The Italian Job. Show U.S. edition as by Wlaschin only

MARTIN, W. L.. SC: Christiana and the Dreadlocks Cop, in both titles.
Jewel of the Bahamas. delete the dash

MARTOFF, NICKOLI. 1922-1983.

MARTYN, WYNDHAM
Trent of the Lone Hand. [Scot.]

MARVISS, CHARLES
-Through to the Final. Aldine, 1925
-The Whirlwind Centre. Aldine, 1925

MASKE, JOHN
Ghost of a Cardinal. [Italy]

MASON, A. E. W.
The Dean's Elbow. Hodder, 1930; Doubleday, 1931
-Musk and Amber. add [1700s]

MASON, J(OHN) W(ILLIAM). A police officer. SC: Insp. Place & Sgt. Thompson = P&T.
Hot Blood-Cold Blood. P&T
Jail Bait. P&T

MASON, PAULE. 1923-2005.

MASON, ROBERT
Arab Agent. [Cairo]

MASON, S. C.
-'Bloody Murder.' [Ire., 1921] (and adding the dash)

MASONDO, MESHACK M.
Kunjalo.Ke Emhlabeni: Zulu Detective Stories. Educum (Johannesburg), 1995 ss

MASSEY, SUJATA
Zen Attitude. [Tokyo]

MASTERS, BAT
-The Bet of 20,000 Pounds. Aldine,1929
-The Black Diamond. Aldine, 1926
-A Checked Gallop. Aldine, 1928
-A Derby-Day Double. Aldine, 1925
-A Derby Objection. Delete
-A Derby Obsession. Aldine, 1923
-A Derby Reckoning. Aldine, 1929
-Double or Quits. Aldine, 1927
-In the Last Furlong. Aldine, 1928
-The Jockey Twins. Aldine, 1927
-The Jubilee Plunger. Aldine, 1925
-Lady Luck's Triumph. Delete
-Lady Luck's Trophy. Aldine, 1926
-The "Live Wire" from Newmarket. Aldine, 1922
-Long Odds. Aldine, 1923
-The Man from Down-Under. Aldine, 1924
-The Man Who Couldn't Lose. Aldine, 1925
-A Mystery Winner. Aldine, 1928
-Neck or Nothing. Aldine, 1925
-The Prince Wins. Aldine, 1926
-Riding to Win. Aldine, 1925
-The Ringmaster and other stories. Aldine, 1925 ss: Five Bad Men\A Gamble
        at Goodwood\Molly and the Red Dragon\The Ringmaster\Take Trixie's
        Tip!\A Win or a Wedding
-The Snowstorm Derby. Aldine, 1928
-Three from Nelson. Aldine, 1927
-A Tote Outsider. Aldine, 1931
-The Wild Hill Horse. Aldine, 1927
-Won on the Turf. Aldine, 1922
-Wonderful Wingadee. Aldine, 1927

MASTERS, PRISCILLA. Born in Halifax, Yorkshire, the third of seven multiracial children
        adopted by an orthopedic surgeon and his wife; brought up in Wales; trained as a nurse in Birmingham.

MATCHA, JACK. 1919-2003.

MATHERS, HELEN. Born in Somerset.

MATTHEWS, (JAMES) BRANDER
A Secret of the Sea and other stories. Scribner, 1886; Chatto, 1886 ss
        (criminous = *): Brief-As Woman's Love\Esther Feverel\"Love at First
        Sight"\Perchance to Dream\Perturbed Spirits\*A Secret of the Sea

MATURIN, CHARLES ROBERT. Born in Dublin; took Holy Orders and served as curate in
        Loughrea and Dublin.

MAUGHON, ROBERT MICKEY. SC: Dr. Robert St. John, in both titles.
Elvis Is Alive. Cinnamon Moon pb, 1997 [Memphis]
New Orleans ER. correct publication date to 1999

MAXWELL, GERALD. Actor and drama critic.

MAXWELL, JOHN. Pseudonym of Brian (Harry) Freemantle, 1936- , q.v.
-H.M.S. Bounty. Cape, 1977. Also published as: Hell's Paradise, as by Brian Freemantle.
        Severn (London & NYC), 2000
-The Mary Celeste. Cape, 1979. Also published as by Brian Freemantle: Severn (London
        & NYC), 1999

MAY, JULIAN
Perseus Spur. Collins, 1998; Del Rey pb, 1999 [space]

MAYERS, MARY        
Faces of Deception. Xlibris pb, 1999

MAYNE, MARJAREE. Living in N.J.
Mirror Murder. Add Canadian edition: Commonwealth pb (Edmon.), 1997

MAYOR, F(LORA) M(acDONALD). Born in Kingston-on-Thames; educated at Cambridge.

MEADE, DOROTHY COLE
The Shadow of a Hair. [Malaya]

MEADE, L. T. SC: Paul Gilchrist (adding first name)
I Will Sing a New Song. Delete the dash
A Maid of Mystery. Delete the dash
Water Gypsies. Daldy, 1878

MEIRING, DESMOND. Pseudonym of Desmond Charles Rice, 1924- . {correction}

MELTON, WILLIAM. 1920-2003.

MELVILLE, ALAN
Quick Curtain. [London, theatre]

MERLINSTAR. 1948- .

MERRICK, LEONARD. Born in London; actor, then playwright, then novelist.

MERRIMAN, HENRY SETON. Born in Newcastle upon Tyne; an underwriting member of
        Lloyds of London; full-time writer after 1892.

MESCE, BILL, JR. SC: Harry Voss, in title below and subsequent novels.

MESSMANN, JON (J.). 1920-2004.
The Vendetta Contract. Correct publication date to: 1974

METZGER, DAVID. SC: Jack Reed, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MEYERS, ANNETTE. SC: Olivia Brown = OB, and in subsequent novels.
Free Love. OB
The Groaning Board. SC: Zenia Smith and Leslie Wetzon (correction)
        [NYC] (correction)

MEZRICH, BEN
Reaper. Harper, 1998 [Boston]
Skin. [NYC]

MIALL, ROBERT
The Adventurer. (Novelization of the TV series.)

MICHAELS, ALAN. SC: Colonel Ingram (adding his title)

MICHAELS, ANGELA
The Reign of Queen Bea. Pinnacle, 1981 (Novelization of the "Women Behind Bars" TV
        series.)

MICHEL, (MILTON) SCOTT. 1916-1992.

MICHELAARD, B.
The Pegasus Project. [Calif.]

MICHELS, CHRISTINE
Undercover with the Enemy. Silhouette, 2000 [Seattle]

MIDDLEMASS, (MARY) JEAN. Born in London in a Scots family; educated at home; author of
        some 40 volumes.

MIDDLETON, RICHARD (BARHAM). Born in Middlesex; insurance clerk turned unsuccessful
        writer.

MIKHANOVSKY, V(LADIMIR) N(AUMOVICH). 1931- .
The Doubles. ss: The Doubles (translation of "Dvoiniki," 1976)\Ends and
        Means (translation of "Tsel i Sredstva," 1974)\The Land of Inforia
        (translation of "Strana Inforiya," 1971)\The Violet (translation of
        "Fialka," 1972)

MILLER, ARTHUR. 1915-2005.

MILLER, C. M. SC: Audrey Wilson, in title below and subsequent novels.

MILLER, DORIS
Dangerous Dana. (title correction)

MILLER, DOROTHY JANE. SC: Katya Becker, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MILLER, JANICE
Eye of the Octopus. [Europe, future]
Final Thunder. [Moscow]

MILLER, JOAN DRUMMOND. 1932- . Carolyn Livingston, 1932- .

MILLER, LANORA
The Devil's Due. [Eng.]

MILLER, SIGMUND (STEPHEN). 1910-1998. (correction)

MILLER, THOS. KENT
Sherlock Holmes on the Roof of the World. Add [1891]

MILLS, ARTHUR
The Ant Heap. [Afr.]

MILLS, MAGNUS
-All Quiet on the Orient Express. Flamingo pb, 1999; Arcade, 1999 [Eng.]

MILNE, A. A.
-Four Days' Wonder. {adding the dash}
The Sunny Side. Methuen, 1921; Dutton, 1922 (Contents include ss, one of which is
        criminous.)

MILNE, PAULA. Leslie (John) Duxbury, 1926-2005.

MILNER, GEORGE
A Leavetaking. Show U.S. title as: A Leave-Taking

MINAHAN, JOHN (ENGLISH). 1933-2002.

MINNICK, WAYNE. SC: Wade Davis and Leda Fulford, in both titles.

MIOTKE, JIM [JAMES C. MIOTKE]. ca.1935- .

MITCALFE, BARRY. 1930-1986.

MITCHELL, EDMUND
The Despoilers. [Tenerife]

MITCHELL, GLADYS
Hangman's Curfew. [Scot.]
Spotted Hemlock. Change U.S. edition from British Book Centre, 1958 to:
        St. Martin's, 1985

MITCHELL, JAMES (WILLIAM). SC: David Callan, in at least those marked DC (character
        based on the TV series). {show SC identification thus}
A Magnum for Schneider. (Novelization of the TV movie.)

MITCHELL, KIRK.        Should be a separate SC listing for Emmet Quanah Parker
Backdraft. Berkley, 1991 [Chi.] (Novelization of film: Universal, 1991; scw: Gregory
        Widen; dir: Ron Howard.)

MITCHELL, V(ICTORIA) E. 1954- .
Enemy Unseen. PB, 1990; Titan, 19990 [space]

MITCHELSON, AUSTIN
Hellbirds. change [ca.1905] to [1914]

MITCHELTREE, TOM. SC: Paul Fischer = PF, and in subsequent novel(s).
Katie's Will. PF

MITFORD, BERTRAM. Born in Northumberland; emigrated to S. Afr.

MITRA, R. N. SC: Dr. Alexander Bloorwoise, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MOCKLER, GRETCHEN (TRAVIS). Byline also: Gretchen A. Travis, q.v.
Roanleigh. Canadian edition published as by Gretchen A. Travis: Star Weekly pb
        (newspaper supplement), 1966

MOFINA, RICK. SC: Tom Reed, in title below and subsequent novels.

MONAHAN, BRENT. SC: Sheriff John Le Brun, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

MONAHAN, WILLIAM (G.). 1960- .
-Light House. Riverhead, 2000 [New Eng.]

MONETTE, PAUL
The Gold Diggers. Avon, 1979 [L.A.]
-Havana. Ivy, 1991; Arrow, 1991 [Havana] (Novelization of film: Universal, 1991; scw:
        Judith Rascoe, David Rayfiel; dir: Sydney Pollack.)
Midnight Run. Berkley, 1988; Grafton pb, 1988 (Novelization of film: Universal, 1988
        (scw: George Gallo; dir: Martin Brett.)
-Nosferatu, the Vampyre. Avon, 1979; Pan, 1979 (Novelization of film; see Dracula
        entry in Bram Stoker for credits.)
Scarface. Berkley, 1983; Sphere, 1983 [Miami] (Novelization of film: Universal, 1983
        (scw: Oliver Stone; dir: Brian De Palma.)

MONK, RICHARD (C.)
-Champion of the World. Aldine, 1927
-Champion of Two Worlds. Aldine, 1929
-The Dead Straight Line. Aldine, 1928
-The Hard-Luck Heavyweight. Aldine, 1927
        -Rogues of the Ring. Aldine, 1928

MONTALBAN, MANUEL VAZUEZ
The Angst-Ridden Executive. Show British publication date as: 1990
An Olympic Death. Show British edition as pb
Southern Seas. Show Pluto edition as hc

MONTGOMERY, K. L. Both were born in Dublin, educated in England and lived in Oxford.

MONTROSE, GRAHAM. Charles Roy Mackinnon, 1924-2005.

MOOLMAN, VALERIE. 1927-2002.

MOORE, BARBARA. 1931-2002. {correcting birth, adding death}

MOORE, CALLEY. SC: Lindsey Dyson, in title below and subsequent novels.

MOORE, CHRISTOPHER (G.)
Cold Hit. Heaven Lake pb (Bangkok), 1999 VC

MOORE, F(RANCIS) FRANKFORT. {correction} Born in Limerick, Ire., and educated in
        Belfast; journalist and world traveler.

MOORE, KATHARINE. 1898-2001.

MOORE, MARGARET
Dangerous Conceits. [Cambridge]
Fringe Ending. [Cambridge]

MOORE, ROBIN
The Bankers. Correct to: The Banksters. Pinnacle, 1976

MOPELI-PAULUS, A(TTWELL) S(IDWELL). Delete entry.

MORGAN, FIDELIS. SC: Countess Ashby de la Zouche, in title below and subseqwuent novels.

MORGAN, JOHN S. SC: Tristan Apthorp, in title below and subsequent novels.

MORGAN, MARY. SC: Noah Richards = NR, and in subsequent novel(s).
Willful Neglect. NR

MORRELL, DAVID
The Covenant of the Flame. [NYC]

MORRIS, GREGORY A. SC: Jake Stewart, in both titles.

MORRIS, ROBERT G. SC: Henry Neilson and John Pauley, in title below and subsequent
        novels.

MORTON, GUY
The Red Lady. Add the "The" and move this title to the MORTON, GUY (EUGENE)
        entry

MORTON, PATRICIA
Daughter of Evil. [Eng., 1842] (Note: Both the cover and title page give the author as
        Patricia Norton, though a set of notes at the end is signed Patricia Morton.)

MORWOOD, CAROLYN. SC: Marlo Shaw = MS, and in subsequent novel(s).
An Uncertain Death. MS change [Australia] to [Melb.]

MOSS, TARA. SC: Makedde Vanderwall, in title below and subsequent novels.

MOWBRAY, JOHN. Pseudonym of John (George) Haslette Vahey, 1881-1938(?), q.v. Other
pseudonyms: Henrietta Clandon, John Haslette, Anthony Lang, Vernon Loder, Walter Proudfoot, qq.v. {corrected entry}
Call the Yard. Skeffington, 1931 [Eng.]

MOWBRAY, JOHN. Pseudonym of John Edward Gunby Hadath, 1871-1954. Other pseudonym:
Shepherd Pearson, q.v. All titles probably intended for younger readers. {corrected entry}
The Frontier Mystery. Collins, 1940
The Megeve Mystery. Collins, 1941 [Fr.]
On Secret Service. Collins, 1939 [Europe]
The Radio Mystery. Collins, 1941
-The Way of the Weasel. Partridge, 1922 [Eng., acad.]

MOWBRAY, MARTIN
-"Play Up the Waiters." Aldine, 1929
-The Rebel Goalkeeper. Aldine, 1929
-The Soccer Men of "Hunger Town". Aldine, 1928

MUAT, PAGAN
Murder's No Picnic. [Eng.]

MULVIHILL, WILLIAM P(ATRICK). 1923-2004.

MUNRO, NEIL. Born in Scotland; journalist in Glasgow.

MURRAY, DAVID CHRISTIE. Born in West Bromwich, Staffordshire, and educated privately.

MURRAY, EARL
-South of Eden. Change [ca.1900] to [1906]

MURRAY, PAUL (COOPER)
The Free Agent. Add U.K. edition, listing first: Bles, 1953 change [Eng.] to [London]
Villain with a Smiling Cheek. Gollancz, 1948 [Vienna]

MURRAY, VICTORIA TAYLOR. SC: Nouri St. Charles Sommers, in title below and
        subsequent novels

MURRAY, W(ILLIAM) H(UTCHISON). 1913-1996. {also correcting middle name}

MURRAY, WILLIAM (BUCKLEY). 1926-2005.

MUSKIE, JANE (GRAY). 1926-2004.

NADELSON, REGGIE. ca.1944- .

NAGY, GLORIA
Radio Blues. [NYC]

NASH, DANIEL. Pseudonym of William Reginald Loader, 1916- . Ref: CA.
        {correcting real name spelling}

NASIR, JAMIL (EDWARD). 1955- .
The Higher Space. Bantam, 1996

NASLUND, SENA JETER. ca.1942- .
Sherlock in Love. Change [past] to [1886]

NEEL, JANET
Death of a Partner. [London]

NEGGERS, CARLA
White Hot. Change [Fla.] to [Miami]

NEILSON, ANDREW
The Monza Protest. correct U.S. publisher from Crest to GM

NELSCOTT, KRIS. SC: Smokey Dalton, in title below and subsequent novels.

NESTORIAN, ARTHUR
In Sin or Folly. Correct publication date to: 1892

NEWCOMB, AMBROSE. SC: Jack Ralston, in all titles, intended for younger readers.
Eagles of the Sky; or, With Jack Ralston Along the Air Lanes. Goldsmith, 1930
Flying the Coast Skyways; or, Jack Ralston's Swift Patrol. Goldsmith, 1931
The Sky Detectives; or, How Jack Ralston Got His Man. Goldsmith, 1930
The Sky Pilot's Great Chase; or, Jack Ralston's Dead Stick Landing. Goldsmith, 1930
Trackers of the Fog Pack; or, Jack Ralston Flying Blind. Goldsmith, 1931
Wings Over the Rockies; or, Jack Ralston's New Cloud Chaser. Goldsmith, 1930

NEWMAN, KIM
Anno-Dracula. Change [Eng.] to [London]

NEWMAN, OSCAR (MARTIN). 1935-2004.

NEWMAN, RAND
Wind River. Raven pb (Colo.), 1992 [Wyo.]

NEWMAN, SHARAN
The Wandering Arm. change [1100s] to [1141]

NEWTON, MICHAEL. SC correction: Martin Tanner (not Michael Tanner)

NEZNANSKY, FRIDRIKH. {Show only Deadly Games as written with Edward Topol}. Spent
        15 years as an investigator in the Moscow Prosecutor General's office. SC:
        Shamrayev = S.
Deadly Games. S

NGCOBO, LAURETTA (G.)
-"And They Didn't Die." Virago, 1990; Brazillier, 1991 [S. Afr., past]

NICHOLAS, JEROME
Whispering Steel. [Eng., WWII]
The Widow's Peak. [Eng.]

NICHOLS, FAN
Dolly. Beacon pb, 1954

NICHOLSON, JEFF D. (adding the initial)
End of Innocence. show as pb        

NICHOLSON, PHILIP JOHN. 1940-2005. {correcting last name spelling, adding death}

NICKLES, O. LEE. correct to: NICKELS, O. LEE

NISBET, (JAMES) HUME. Add: traveled extensively in Australia.

NIVEN, LARRY
The California Voodoo Game, with Steven Barnes, 1952- , q.v. Del Rey hc, 1992
        [Nev., 2059]

NIXON, LYNN. SC: Chief Insp. Macleod, in both titles.
Death of a Reverend Gentleman. [Scot.]

NIZZA, PAUL
The Adventure of the Five Puce Map Tacks. [London, 1889]

NOEL, STERLING
Death Do Us Part; see Run for Your Life
Hydra-Head. Show this as the British edition of I See Red
Run for Your Life. British title: Death Do Us Part. Boardman, 1959 [Paris]
We Who Survived. Delete

NOLAN, WILLIAM F(RANCIS). SC: Nick Challis = NC.
The Brothers Challis. Add SC: NC
Helle on Wheels. NC
-Helltracks. Avon, 1991 [Montana]

NORBU, JAMYANG
The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes. Change [1890s] to [1891-2]

NORDAN, ROBERT (WARREN). 1934-2004.
All Dressed Up to Die. change [South] to [Ga.]
Death Beneath the Christmas Tree. change [South] to [Ga.]
Death on Wheels. change [South] to [Ga.]
Rituals. [Ill.]

NORMAN, BARRY
To Nick a Good Body. [London]

NORRIS, W(ILLIAM) E(DWARD). Add: and educated at Eton; qualified as a barrister but
        devoted himself to writing.
Not Guilty. [Eng.]

NORTON, ALICE MARY. 1912-2005.

NORTON, OLIVE
Dead on Prediction. [Eng.]
Who Stole Baby Podmore? Corgi, 1968

NORTON, PATRICIA. See: Patricia Morton.

NORWOOD, FRANK        
The Man in the Moon. [L.A.]

NORWOOD, WARREN. 1945-2005.

NOTARI, UMBERTO. 1878-1950.
The Three Thieves. Howe (London), 1930 (Translation of "I Tre Ladri.")

NOVAK, KAREN. SC: Leslie Stone, in title below and subsequent novels.

O'BANNON, GLENN G. 1925-2001.

O'BRIEN, MEG
Eagles Die Too. change [N.Y.] to [Rochester]
Hare Today, Gone Tomorrow. change [N.Y.] to [Rochester]

O'BRIEN, SALIEE
The Bride of Gaylord Hall. [Kan., late 1800s]

O'CALLAGHAN, GARETH. Born in Dublin; a radio broadcaster.
Dare to Die. Poolbeg pb (Dub.), 1996
:
O'DONNELL, PATRICK. SC: Phil Oxnard, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

OFFUTT, CHRIS
The Good Brother. Add [Montana]

O'GRADY, LESLIE
The Second Sister. St. Martin's, 1984 [Eng., 1800s]

OLD CAP. Pseudonym.
-A Crown at Stake! Aldine, 1931
-Fairmyle Fights Through. Aldine, 1928
-The Final Test. Aldine, 1930

OLD SLEUTH
Iron Burgess, the Government Detective. Add U.K. edition: Aldine, n.d. [West]
Red-Light Will, the River Detective. [ship]

OLDEN, MARC
Book of Shadows. Charter, 1980; Arrow, 1981

OLDHAM, NICK. SC: Insp. Henry Christie = HC..        
Nightmare City. HC
A Time for Justice. HC

OLSEN, ERIC B. SC: Steve Raymond, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

O'NEAL, KATHERINE
My One and Only. Change [1800s] to [1895]

OPERATOR 1384. SC: John H. Barrington = JB.
The Black Arab. JB
The Devil's Diplomats. JB
The Scourge of the Desert. JB
The White Tuareg. delete the dash JB [Afr.]

ORAN, DAN(IEL)
Ulterior Motive. Kensington, 1998 [Seattle]

ORCUTT, WILLIAM DANA
The Balance. delete the dash

ORCZY, BARONESS
Castles in the Air. Add [ca.1800]

ORMEROD, ROGER. 1920-2005.
Hung in the Balance. [Birmingham]

ORRIDGE, DIA. ca.1916-1994. Pseudonym: Lisa Shepherd, q.v.

ORSZULA, ED
One More Time. Chris pb (Ill.), 1999

ORUM, POUL. 1919-1997.

OSBORNE, RALPH
Just for Comfort. add U.S. edition: National Book pb (Pa.), 2000

OSTERMAN, MARK. SC: Jack Saunders, in both titles.

OSTRANDER, ISABEL
Island of Intrigue. McBride, 1918; Skeffington, 1919, as The Island of Intrigue
        (corrected entry)

O'SULLIVAN, J. B.
Nerve Beat. [U.S.]

OTTMAN, JIM
The Rhinehart Files. Pronghorn pb (Wyo.), 1988

OUIDA. Add: moved to London and lived in Italy from 1871.

OWEN, DEAN
Juice Town. delete the dash
A Killer's Bargain. delete this title

OWEN, (WILLIAM) HAROLD. Delete reference to CA.

OXENHAM, JOHN. Born and educated in Manchester.
-A Maid of the Silver Sea. [Isle of Sark]

OXFORD, JAMES
-Night of the Falcon. Add the dash and note (Note: Marvin H. Albert, 1924-1996, q.v.,
        agreed to ghost write this book, but reportedly subcontracted it to another ghost,
        thus far unidentified.)

PADGETT, ABIGAIL
Moonbird Boy. (correction)

PAGE, GERTRUDE [GERTRUDE PAGE DOBBIN]. Born in England but emigrated to
        Salisbury, Rhodesia

PAGE, JAKE
-Appacheria. Change [Chi.] to [S.W.]

PAIN, BARRY (ERIC ODELL)
One Kind and Another. Delete two ss Detection Without Crime, and Photographers. Add
        SC Horace Fish to ss In the Marmalade

PAINE, LAURAN BOSWORTH. 1916-2001. (correcting death date)

PALLISER, CHARLES
The Quincunx. change [1800s] to [1820s]

PALMER, BRUCE (HAMILTON). 1932-2000.

PALMER, WILLIAM J.
The Hoydens and Mr. Dickens. change [1800s] to [1852]

PANTING, J(AMES) HARWOOD
Through the Crucible. Askew, 1898 [Eng.]
The Vicar's Atonement. Marshall (London), 1900 [Eng.]

PAPPANO, MARILYN. ca.1957- .

PARADIS, VINCENT A. (SR.). 1916-2004.

PARK, WILLIAM R. In print version unbold (SR). SC: Dom Masone and Prof. Symon
        Carpenter, in title below and subsequent novels.

PARKER, F. M.
The Seekers. Pinnacle, 1998 [S.F., 1860s]

PARKER, RICHARD. 1914-1990.

PARKER, ROBERT B(ROWN)
Ceremony. add: [Providence]

PARKINS, FREDERICK W.
Target America: Terror at the 2002 Olympics. iUniverse pb, 2000 [Salt Lake City, 2002]

PARNELL, ANDREA
Dark Splendor. Signet, 1986 [U.S., 1700s]
        My Only Desire {title correction}

PARRISH, P. J. SC: Louis Kincaid, in title below and subsequent novels.

PARRY, RICHARD
The Wolf's Pack. Forge, 1998 [Alaska, 1902]

PARSONS, ANTHONY
Death by the Nile. SC: Rushton Carr

PARSONS, ELMER M.
The Dark of Summer. Avon, 1961 [Pa.]

PATE, JEFF. SC: Clark Hager, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

PATTERSON, JAMES (BRENDAN)
The Jericho Commandment. Also published as: See How They Run. Warner pb, 1997
Kiss the Girls. [S.C., S.F.]
Season of the Machete. Show Ballantine edition as pb

PATTERSON, OLIVE. Pseudonym of Donald Sydney Rowland, 1928- . Other pseudonym:
        Minerva Rosetti, q.v.
-Mystery Clinic. Gresham, 1968

PATTERSON, PAUL E. 1926-2004.

PATTERSON, R. E. "MIKE"
Deadly Revenge. Gotcha pb (Calif.), 1999
Out of the Darkness. Gotcha pb (Calif.), 1995

PATTINSON, JAMES
Special Delivery. [Eng., Fr.]
Three Hundred Grand. [Carib.]

PATTISON, ELIOT. SC: Shan Tao Yun, in title below and subsequent novels.

PATTON, JIM. SC: Max Travis, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

PAUL, FRANK. Living in N.J.

PAUL, RAYMOND
        The Tragedy at Tiverton. Change [Mass.] to: [R.I.]

PAXSON, JOHN. SC: Ben Tripp, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

PAYN, JAMES. Born in Cheltenham; graduate of Oxford; magazine writer and editor; novelist.

PEACH, L(AWRENCE) DU GARDE
Angela and I, as by L du G of Punch. Chatto, 1925 ss (criminous = *): All
        the World's a Stage\Angela and I\Broadcasting\Charity and the
        'Cello\The Christmas Spirit\Concerning Gilbey\Cross-Country Folk\A
        Glory Departed\The Likeness\*The Mystery of the Crusader's Nose\Not
        Wanted\Odd Men Out\Relative Values\A Slide and a Slip\A Snap
        Reprisal\A Winding-Up Business
Collected Plays. Volume IV. Countrygoer, 1955 plays (criminous = *):
        Cross-Roads\Decline and Fall\It Won't Be a Stylish Marriage\The Last
        of Corporal Micklass\*The Perfect Alibi\The Queen's Ring\Roots Go Deep\Shells\The Six Wives of Calais
Radio Plays. Newnes, 1931 plays (criminous = *): Ingredient X\La Bastille\Love One
        Another\*The "Mary Celeste"\The Path of Glory

PEACOCK, F(ERDINAND) M(ANSEL). Born in Wiltshire and educated at Sandhurst; served
        in the military in Burma and S. Afr.

PEACOCK, THOMAS LOVE. Born in Dorsetshire; largely self-educated; employed by the
        East India Company for many years.

PEAK, JOHN A. ca.1945- . SC: Vicki Shea = VS, and in subsequent novel (s).
Mortal Judgments. VS

PEALE, CYNTHIA. SC: Caroline and Addington Ames, in title below and subsequent novels.

PEARCE, CHARLES E(DWARD). A journalist and writer of serials.

PEARCE, GERALD. 1928-2003(?).

PEARCE, MICHAEL
The Mamur Zapt and the Spoils of Egypt. change [ca.1910] to [1908]

PEARCE, SETH
-Dead Man's Reckoning. Wright, 1934

PEARSALL, RONALD. 1927-2005. combine the two entries

PEARSON, RYNE DOUGLAS. ca.1964- .

PEASE, HOWARD. Educated at Oxford; landowner and magistrate in Northumberland.
        [this refers to the earlier of the two Howard Pease]

PECK, M(ORGAN) SCOTT. 1936-2005.

PEDRICK, ALLEN R. ca.1930- . SC: Scott Shell, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

PELECANOS, GEORGE P. SC: Derek Strange and Terry Quinn = S&Q, and in subsequent
        novels.
Right As Rain. S&Q

PELLATT, T.
The Witch-Finder. Smith Elder, 1896 [Eng., 1600s]

PELTZ, ROSEMONDE (S.). 1926-1998.

PEMBERTON, MAX. SC: Bernard Sutton = BS.
Jewel Mysteries I Have Known. BS
The Show Girl. [Paris]
        Two Women. [Ger.]

PENDOWER, JACQUES. Add pseudonym: Ann Penn, q.v.

PENN, ANN. Pseudonym of T(homas) C(urtis) H(icks) Jacobs, 1899-1976, q.v. Other
        pseudonym: Jacques Pendower, q.v. See also: James Stagg.
-Dangerous Delusion. Gresham, 1960
-Mystery Patient. Gresham, 1966

PENNY, F(ANNY) E(MILY FARR). Born in Suffolk; lived in India for some 24 years.
        SC: Jim Burns = JB.
The Forest Officer. ss (all with JB): The Bewitched Bridegroom\The Brown
        Dog\A Death Struggle\The Forest Fire\The Jin\The Mysterious
        Hyaena\Narrain's Fate\Petticoat-Shy\The Talisman\The Temple
        Tower\The Tom-Tom Beater\The Tree-Devil
The Romance of a Nautch Girl. Swan, 1898 [India]

PENROSE, MRS. H. H. Born in Ireland to a Protestant family; educated in Cork and Dublin.

PERCY, DOUGLAS C(ECIL). 1914-1995.

PEREZ-REVERTE, ARTURO
The Dumas Club. Show Harvill edition as hc

PERRIN, FORREST. 1924(?)-2000(?).

PERRY, ANNE
A Dangerous Morning. [1856]
Resurrection Row. Add U.K. edition: Collins pb, 2001
The Silent Cry. change [ca.1860] to [1860]
Slaves of Obsession. Show U.K. title as: Slaves and Obsession

PERSONS, RONALD S. correct to: PARSONS, RONALD S.

PETERS, ELIZABETH
The Snake, the Crocodile and the Dog. change [1890s] to [1898]

PETERS, ELLIS
Dead Man's Ransom. [1141]
Death Mask. Add SC: Felse family
The Devil's Novice. [1140]
An Excellent Mystery. [1141]
The Leper of St. Giles. [1139]
A Morbid Taste for Bones. [1138]
One Corpse Too Many. [1138]
The Pilgrim of Hate. [1141]
Saint Peter's Fair. [1141]
The Sanctuary Sparrow. [1140]
The Virgin in the Ice. [1139]

PETERS, RAY
The Lafitte Case. change [La.] to [New Or., 1923]

PETERSON, AUDREY
Shroud for a Scholar. [London]

PETERSON, MARGARET (ANN). Born in India and educated at home; came to London in
        1910.

PETERSON, QUINTIN. SC: Jacob "Doc" Holloway, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

PETRIE, GLEN
The Hampstead Poisonings. [Eng.,1890]

PETT, WILLIAM NORMAN. 1891-1960.
Pett's Annual. Thomas's Publications pb (Eng.), 1944 ss (criminous = *): A
        Case of Panic\Cinderella and Her Silk Panties\Lady Hekyll and Miss
        Snyde\*A Model Murder

PFERRER, SUSAN BETH. Ccorrect to: PFEFFER, SUSAN BETH
About David. Dell, 1982

PFLAUM, MELANIE (LOWENTHAL). 1909-2004.

PHILIPS, AUSTIN
Were They Justified? {delete the dash} [Eng.]

PHILIPS, F. C. Born in Brighton and educated there and at Sandhurst; actor and stage manager
        who turned to law and was called to the bar in 1884; practiced in south Wales.

PHILLIPS, D. MICHAEL
Fall from Freedom. correct to: Fall of Freedom

PHILLIPS, GARY. SC: Martha Chainey = MC, and in subsequent novel(s).
High Hand. MC

PHILLIPS, H. LAWRENCE
-A Friendless Millionaire. [S. Pac.]

PICKARD, NANCY. SC: Marie Lightfoot = ML, and in subsequent novels.
The Whole Truth. ML

PICKERING, EDITH
Murder of a Headmistress. [Eng., acad.]

PICKFORD, MARGARET
-A Loving Lawbreaker. Wright, 1934

PINK, HAL
The Strelson Castle Mystery. [Europe]

PINKERTON, THOMAS A.
-The Adoption of Rhodope. [Eng.]

PIPPRELL, COLLIN. Canadian writer and editor based in Bangkok.

PIZIKS, STEVEN (A.). ca.1967- .
-In the Company of the Mind. Baen pb, 1998 [space, future]

PLATT, KIN. 1911-2003.

PLATT, ROBERT. Pseudonym of Robert Vern DeWard, 1894-1984.

PLATTS, W(ILLIAM) CARTER. Born and educated in Huddersfield; a journalist.

PLIMMER, JOHN F. SC: Steve Blade and Jack Priestley, in title below and subsequent
        novel(s).

POARCH, CANDACE
-With This Kiss. Pinnacle, 1998

POGANY, JEAN COULTER. ca.1943- .

POLLEXFEN, MURIEL A. SC: Algy Brett = AB.
Grey Ghost. AB

POND, E. J.
The Ince Murder Case. [Eng.]

POSSENDORF, HANS
Camorra. Jenkins, 1939 [Naples] (Translation of "Die Mercator.")

POST, MORTIMER. Joint pseudonym of Walter Blair, 1900-1992, and Charles
(William) Kerby-Miller, 1903-1971. Kerby-Miller had a Ph.D. from the U. of Chicago; he was a Wellesley College Scholar.

POTTER, JEREMY
The Dance of Death. [London, 1800s]

POTTER, PATRICIA
-Home for Christmas. Silhouette, 1998 [Ga.]

POVERMAN, C. E.
-Skin. Ontario Review, 1992 ss: Africa\Beautiful\Children's Law\Cutter\Desert
        Light\Father's Weekend\Intervention\The Man Who Died\On the
        Ocean\Skin\We All Share the Sun and the Moon

POWERS, MARTHA (JEAN). ca.1941- .

POWERS, RICHARD C. delete question mark from death date
Incidental Findings. [hosp]

PRATCHETT, TERRY
Feet of Clay. Gollancz, 1996; Harper, 1996 [future, space]

PRATHER, MARILYN. ca.1945- .

PREISS, BYRON. 1953-2005.

PRENDERGAST, WILLIAM. All titles are dramatizations of his real life cases, which led to the
creation of the Z-Cars TV series. {delete "Novelization of the Z Cars TV series" from each of the titles}

PRESCOTT, E. LIVINGSTON
Dearer Than Honour. Hutchinson, 1898

PRESCOTT, MICHAEL. SC: Abby Sinclair = AS, and in subsequent novel(s).
The Shadow Hunter. AS

PRESTON, ALISON
The Rain Barrel Baby. Signature pb (Winnipeg), 2000; BPR pb (N.J.), 2000

PRESTON, DOUGLAS and LINCOLN CHILD
Relic. Forge, 1995; Bantam, 1996 [NYC]

PRICE, EVADNE
Red for Danger! [London} (also adding exclamation point)

PRICHARD, K(ATHERINE O'BRIEN). Born in India.
Don Q's Love Story. add [1879]

PRIEST, CHRISTOPHER
eXistenZ. Harper pb, 1999 (Novelization of film; Columbia, 1999; scw & dir: David
        Cronenberg.)

PROBST, LESTER. 1932-2005.

PROFFITT, GWEN C. ca.1927- .

PROUT, GEOFFREY
-The Football Furies. Aldine, 1922

PRYCE, RICHARD. Add: lived mostly in London.

PUGH, EDWIN (WILLIAM). Born in London.
-The Broken Honeymoon. Add the dash [Eng.]
The Purple Head. [Eng.]

PULLAN, RU(PERT) D(ESMOND)

PULVER, JOSEPH S., SR.
-Nightmare's Disciple. Change [N.Y.] to [Rochester]

PURCELL, MARY. 1906-1991.

PUTNEY, GEORGE. SC: Dante Ferrante, in title below and subsequent novels.

PYLE, JACK R.
The Death of Adam Stone. [Fla.]

QUICK, AMANDA
Dangerous. change [1800s] to [1810s]
I Thee Wed. change [1800s] to [1810s]
        Ravished. Bantam, 1992 [Eng., 1812]

QUINNELL, A. J. Pseudonym of Philip John Nicholson, 1940-2005.
Man on Fire. Film: TCF, 2004 (scw: Brian Helgeland; dir: Tony Scott)
        {adding second film}

RAE, CATHERINE
Sarah Cobb. change [1800s] to [1910s]

RAINE, WILLIAM MacLEOD
Banded Stars. Hodder, 1933

RAINEY, CAROLYN. ca.1958- .

RAINEY, STEPHEN MARK. ca.1959- .
-Balak. Wildside pb, 2000 [Chi.]

RALLI, CONSTANTINE. Born in London; educated at Harrow and Oxford; a banker.

RAMSDALE, FRED
The Brand of the Crook. [Eng.]

RANDISI, ROBERT J. SC: Gil and Claire Hunt = H, and in subsequent novels.
Murder Is the Deal of the Day. H

RANDLE, KEVIN D. add [space] to all titles.

RANDY, CAROL. SC: Dr. John Knight, in title below and subsequent novels.

RAPP, WILLIAM JOURDAN. 1895- .
-Poolroom. Furman, 1938 [Chi.]

RASKIN, EUGENE. 1909-2004.

RAVENSWOOD, FRITZEN. 1925-2005.

RAWLINGS, PAUL. 1929-2004.

RAWNSLEY, DOUGLAS. 1955- .
Account Overdue. Perth, 1981 [Pa.]

RAWSON, (ALICE) MAUD (FIFE) STEPNEY {show name thus}

RAYMOND, CLIFFORD S(AMUEL)
-Our Very Best People. [Chi.]

RAYMOND, ERNEST
The Visit of Brother Ives. Cassell, 1960

RAYNER, RICHARD
-The Cloud Sketcher. Harper, 2000 [NYC]

REACH, ANGUS B(ETHUNE). Born in Inverness; educaated there and in Edinburgh; reporter
        and magazine writer in London.

READE, CHARLES. Born in Oxfordshire; educated at Oxford; called to the bar but never
        practiced law.

READE, JOHN EDMUND. 1800-1870. {correction} Born in Gloucestershire; lived mostly in
        Bath; very active plagiarist.

READY, ROGER A. 1931-2002.

RECK-MALLECZEWEN, FRITZ (PERCY) [FRIEDRICH PERCYVAL RECK-
        MALLECZEWEN]. 1884-1945.
-Woman in Flight. Boni, 1928

RECKNOR, ELLEN K. ca.1950- .

REDE, WILLIAM LEMAN. 1802-1847.
The Wedded Wanderer; or, The Soldier's Fate. Virtue, 1827

REED, EDWARD J.
Fort Minister, M.P. {title correction}

REED, GRAHAM. Delete birth date and Ref: CA.

REESE, JOHN
The Looters. Also published as: Charley Varrick. Pyramid, 1970

REEVES-STEVENS, GARFIELD
The Day of Descent, with Judith (Evelyn) Reeves-Stevens. PB, 1993 [space]

REICH, CHRISTOPHER. 1961- .

REID, CAPT. (THOMAS) MAYNE. Born in Ireland; spent a decade in the U.S.; lived mostly in
        London thereafter.
The Death Shot. Chapman, 1873; Hurst (NYC), 1874 [Miss., Tex.]
The Finger of Fate. Chapman, 1872; Munro, 1885 [It., Eng.]
The Headless Horseman. Bentley, 1866; Dillingham, 1892 [Tex.]

REID, T(HOMAS) WEMYSS. Born in Newcastle-on-Tyne; reporter, drama critic and editor.

REIFE, BARBARA
Rowleston. [Eng., 1800s]

RENDELL, RUTH
The Bridesmaid. [London]
Going Wrong. [London]
A Sight for Sore Eyes. [London]

RENNIE, J. ALAN
Golden Midnight. Quality, 1946 [Can.]

RENO, MARIE R(OTH). ca.1929- .

RESNICK, MICHAEL. SC: Jefferson Nighthawk (The Widowmaker) = JN.
-The Widowmaker. Bantam, 1996 JN [future]
-The Widowmaker Reborn. Bantam, 1997 JN [future]
-The Widowmaker Unleashed. Bantam, 1998 JN [future]

RETTKE, MARIAN POPE. ca.1928- .

REYBURN, WALLACE (MacDONALD). 1913-2001.

REYNOLDS, MRS. BAILLIE. Born in Teddington.

REYNOLDS, GEORGE WILLIAM McARTHUR. Born in Sandwich; a newspaper editor and
        author of potboiler novels.

REYNOLDS, STEPHEN. Born in Wiltshire; a fisherman and sometimes journalist.

RHODES, HYLDA
-A Moorland Vendetta. Wright, 1934

RICE, ALICE HEGAN
A Romance of Billy-Goat Hill. Century, 1912; Hodder, 1912 [Ky.]

RICE, PATRICIA
Volcano. Ivy, 1999 [W.I.]

RICHARD, J. RON
-While the Tiger Sleeps... correct to: -While Tyler Sleeps...

RICHARDS, EMILIE
-Whiskey Island. Mira, 2000 [Cleve., past]

RICHARDS, H(AROLD) GRAHAME. Acting British Consul for Mexico in 1917.

RICHARDSON, H. M.
The Temple Murder. [Eng.]

RICHARDSON, MOZELLE
The Masks of Thespis. [Paris]

RICHMOND, BEN
The Raven's Cry. Acorn (Ann Arbor), 1997

RICKMAN, PHIL
Midwinter of the Spirit. add U.S. edition: Trafalgar pb, 2000
The Wine of Angels. add U.S. edition: Trafalgar pb, 2000

RIDGE, W(ILLIAM) PETT. Born and educated in Kent; came to London in 1880; published
        over 60 volumes of fiction.

RIDLEY, ALICE (DAVENPORT)
-A Daughter of Jael. [Eng.]

RIORDAN, RICK
The Last King of Texas. change [Tex.] to [San Antonio]

RISING, BOARDMAN. 1924-2003.

RITA. Born in Scotland; taken to Australia as a child; lived for some years in Ireland.

ROACH, MICHAEL T. (adding middle initial)

ROAN, TOM
Slave Girl. Falcon pb, 1952 [Ala.]

ROBB, CANDACE. SC: Margaret Kerr = MK, and in subsequent novels.
A Trust Betrayed. MK

ROBBINS, DAVID (LAWRENCE). 1950- . Only this David Robbins should be linked to Don
        Pendleton.

ROBBINS, DAVID L. 1954- . Ref: CA. This David Robbins should not be linked to
        Don Pendleton.

ROBERTS, BARRIE
Sherlock Holmes and the Railway Maniac. Change [past] to [1906-1914]

ROBERTS, GILLIAN. SC: Emma Howe and Billie August = H&A, and in subsequent novel(s).
Time and Trouble. H&A

ROBERTS, JENNY. SC: Cameron McGill, in title below and subsequent novels.

ROBERTS, MORLEY. Add: wrote more than 60 volumes of fiction.
The Master of the Silver Sea. Ward, 1895

ROBERTS, S(YDNEY) C(ASTLE)
The Strange Case of the Megatherium Thefts. [London, 1889]

ROBERTS, SWITHIN. SC: Abdel Aziz = AA.
-Aly the Philosopher and other stories. Macmillan (London), 1931 ss: Aly the
        Philosopher\From Midnight to One A.M.\Half a Crown\The Haunted
        Bungalow\A Nice Quiet Day\Peroo\The Rifle\"Spots"\The
        Tonga-Driver\The Whistler
Hands and Feet. Macmillan (London), 1937 ss (11 untitled ss, all with AA) [Egypt]

ROBERTS, WILLO DAVIS. 1928-2004.

ROBERTSON, COLIN. SC: Detective Sgt./Chief Supt. Richard (Dick) Herrington = RH; David
        Mcleod = DM.
Alibi in Black. Add SC: RH
The Amazing Corpse. Add SC: RH
Calling Peter Gayleigh {title correction} add SC: RH [Fr.]
The Dark Knight. Add SC: RH
Death Wears Red Shoes. Add SC: RH
Demons' Moon. {correction} DM
Devil or Saint? RH
The Devil's Lady. Add SC: RH
Dusky Limelight. Delete SC: Edward North
Explosion! Add SC: RH
House of Intrigue. Add SC: Insp. John Martin
Knaves' Castle. Add SC: RH
A Lonely Place to Die. Add SC: RH [Scot.]
No Trial-No Error. [London]
Peter Gayleigh Flies High. {title correction} Add SC: RH [Fr.]
Soho Spy. Delete SC: Insp. Robert Strong
Sweet Justice. DM
Zero Hour. Add SC: RH

ROBERTSON, M(IMA SIMPSON TAYLOR). 1901- .
-Evil Enchantment. Nash, 1930 [Edin.]

ROBERTSON, ROBERT P. ca.1952- . Journalist, educator and poet living in New Orleans.
        SC: J. Coltrane Calhoun, in title below and subsequent novels.

ROBINS, ELIZABETH. Born in Louisville, Ky.; came to London in 1888; an actress and play
        producer.
My Little Sister. Dodd, 1913. British title: Where Are You Going to...? Heinemann, 1913

ROBINSON, BILL. A juggler living in Calif.

ROBINSON, DAVID. 1915-1998. {correction}

ROBINSON, E. M.
Death Designs a Dress. [Paris]

ROBINSON, FRANK
-Waiting. Forge, 1999 [Calif.]

ROBINSON, GREGOR. Head of a firm of economic consultants; living in Toronto.

ROBINSON, JOHN W. 1928- . SC: Jack Simmons, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

ROCCO, A. Delete entry

ROCHE, KAY
The Shuttered House. [Tangier]

ROCHE, REGINA MARIA (DALTON). Born and lived her life in Ireland.

ROCHESTER, GEO(RGE) E(RNEST). SC: Major Beverley = B; George Porson = GP.
The Air Ranger. [Can.] ss: The Air Ranger\Beaver Bill's Reward\The Bold Bad
        Bull!\Circle-C Ranch\The Helping Hand\The Lone Cabin\Outlaw
        Buckaroo\The Ranger's Double\Rustler Ranch\The Sheriff of Fork End
Despot of the World. Boy's Wonder, 1933 B
Grey Shadow-Master Spy. Amalgamated, 1938 GS
Porson's Flying Service. GP
The Scarlet Squadron. GP
The Sky Bandits. ss: A Big Job!\A Fruitless Journey\A Perilous
        Business\Phantom Fingers\The Secret of the U-Boat\Sky Bandits

ROGERS, E.
-A Modern Sphinx. [British Guiana]

ROGERS, GARET. 1920-1996.

ROHRBACH, PETER THOMAS. 1926-2004.

ROLFE, SAM. 1924-1993.

ROMERO, C. J. A federal government employee with a doctorate in economics. SC: Jorge
        Sanchez, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

RONTAL, (EU)GENE. ca.1944- . SC: Dr. Benjamin Dailey, in title below and subsequent
        novel(s).

ROOSEVELT, ELLIOTT
Murder in the Lincoln Bedroom. change [ca.1944] to [1943]
Murder in the West Wing. change [ca.1939] to [1936]

ROSE, CHARLES F.
-Kid Pete. Aldine, 1927

ROSE, RICHARD M.
The Satyr Candidate. [Chi..]

ROSELLINI, GAYLE. ca.1944- .

ROSETTI, MINERVA. Add pseudonym: Olive Patterson, q.v.

ROSS, CHARLES H. Pseudonym: Edward Ellis, q.v.

ROSS, CLARISSA
A Love to Cherish. Delete

ROSS, JOHN
        The Man from the Chamber of Horrors. [London]

ROSSITER, JOHN
The Man Who Came Back. [Eng.]

ROSSNER, JUDITH (PERELMAN). 1935-2005.

ROTENBERG, DAVID. SC: Zhong Fong, in title below and subsequent novels.

ROUSSEAU, VICTOR. 1879-1960. Pseudonym: H. M. Egbert, q.v.
-The Golden Horde. Hodder, 1926 [S. Afr.]

ROWLAND, DONALD SYDNEY. Add pseudonym: Olive Patterson, q.v.

ROWLAND, LAURA JOH
The Samurai's Wife. change [ca.1690] to [1691]

ROY, KEN. SC: Michael Brandon = MB, and in subsequent novel(s).
Dance of the Daffodils. MB

ROYCE, JACK. delete question mark from death date
Death in a Suit of Lights. Eaton Street pb (Fla.), 2000
The Train Stopped at Domedossola. add [1950s]
The Wallpaper Murder. Eaton Street pb (Fla.), 2000

ROYNESDAL, JOHN A. SC: Phillip Michael Carnegie, in title below and subsequent novels.

RUBEL, JAMES L(YON). 1894-1960.

RUBINO, PAUL W. SC: Harry Hanvey, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

RUBINSTEIN, STANLEY
Merry Murder. [Eng.]

RUELL, PATRICK
Dreams of Darkness. [Eng.]

RUSCH, KRISTINE KATHRYN
Afterimage. [Calif.]

RUSSELL, CHARLOTTE MURRAY
The Message of the Mute Dog. change [Midwest] to [Ill.]

RUSSELL, DORA. Born in Northumberland.

RUSSELL, JAY. 1961- .
Waltzes and Whispers. Pumpkin (Eng.), 1999 ss (with some crime): City of
        Angels\Code Warriors\Down\Dracula's Eyes\Ghosts of Departed
        Quantities\If Happy Little Bluebirds Fly...\Lily's Whisper\Limited
        Additions\Poets in New York\Revenge of the Zombie Studpuppies\Sous
        Rature\Sullivan's Travels\Undiscovered Countries\Virtual
        Uncertainty\Waltz in Vienna

RUSSELL, W(ILLIAM) CLARK. Born in New York of English parents; spent difficult years in
        the British merchant service; then a journalist and, after age 30, a novelist and ss
        writer.
-The Good Ship "Mohock". Chatto, 1894; Appleton, 1895 [ship]
The Honour of the Flag. {delete the dash, and identify these stories as criminous:}
        The Honour of the Flag\The Strange Adventures of a South Seaman\The
        Strage Tragedy of the "White Star"
-The Last Entry. Chatto, 1897
Rose Island. Stone, 1899; Arnold, 1900
The Tale of the Ten. Chatto, 1896 [ship]

RUSSO, A(NTHONY) D. 1931- .

RUTHERFORD, CONSTANCE
Double Entry. [Fr.]

RUUTH, MARIANNE. 1937- . {correction}

RUZIC, NEIL (PIERCE). 1930-2004.

RYAN, ALAN. 1943- . {correcting date} Delete: Ref: CA.

RYAN, PATRICIA
Silken Threads. change [1100s] to [1165]

RYAN, R. R. Pseudonym of Cameron Carr, 1876- , q.v. {correction}
-Devil's Shelter. Jenkins, 1937

RYGG, PERNILLE. SC: Igi Heitmann, in title below and subsequent novel.

SABER, ROBERT O.
The Affair of the Frigid Blonde. [Chi.]

SABERHAGEN, FRED(ERICK THOMAS)
The Holmes-Dracula File. Change [Eng.] to [London]

SACHS, LESLIE RAYMOND
The Virginia Ghost Murders. Change [Va.] to [Richmond]

SACHS, MARILYN. Add: Ref: CA.

ST. AUBYN, ALAN. Born in Surrey and educated in Essex and Cambridge; journalist, then
        novelist.

ST. GEORGE, GEORGE
A Feminine Conviction. Constable, 1896

SAINTSBURY, JAN A. ca.1939- .

SALA, GEORGE AUGUSTUS (HENRY FAIRFIELD). Born in London; a newspaper writer
        for many years.

SALA, SHARON
Mission: Irresistible. Silhouette, 2000 [Calif.]

SALCROFT, ARTHUR
The Mystery of the Walled Garden. [Eng.]

SALE, RICHARD
Lazarus #7. Show title thus and delete reference to Handi-Book reprint and Lazarus
        Murder Seven

SALISBURY, CAROLA
Mallion's Pride. Change from [Eng.] to [Jamaica]

SALOMONE, WILLIAM G.
-Madam President. 1st Books pb, 2000

SAMUELSON, CHARMAYNE PELT. ca.1950- .

SANDERS, DOROTHY (LUCIE). 1917-1987. {correcting birth, adding death}

SANDERS, JAMES (EDWARD). 1911-1998.

SANDERS, LEONARD. 1929-2005.

SANDERS, WILLIAM. {Show name thus}
The Bernadette Operation Xlibris pb, 2000 [Mid. East] (New title)

SANDERSON, JIM. SC: Dolph Martinez = DM, and in subsequent novel(s).
El Camino del Rio. DM

SANFORD, WILLIAM R(EYNOLDS), 1927- , and CARL R. GREEN
House of Fear. Silver Burdett pb, 1985 [theatre] (Novelization of film: Universal, 1939;
        see Wadsworth Camp, 1879-1936.)

SANTANGELO, ELENA. SC: Pat Montella, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SAPTE, W(ILLIAM), JUNR.
A Century's Sensations. Routledge, 1893 ss (of true crime, fictionalized)

SARGENT, PATRICIA. ca.1924- .

SARTO, BEN
From Dancehall to White Slavery. Modern Fiction, ca.1957

SAULS, JIM
-Helga and the Whiffenpoof. Xlibris pb, 2000

SAUMS, MARY. SC: Willi Taft, in title below and subsequent novels.

SAVI, ETHEL. Add: published more than 80 novels.

SAVILE, CHARLES STUART
Beating Windward; or, Light and Shadow. Newby, 1866

SAWYER, DIANE. SC: Lilli Masters = LM, and in subsequent novel(s).
The Montauk Steps. LM

SAWYER, ROBERT J.
Golden Fleece. add [space]

SCARROW, SIMON. SC: Centurion Lucius Corbelius Macro, in title below and in subsequent
        novels.

SCHENDORF, H(ILLIARD) A(RTHUR). 1918-2000.

SCHERMERHORN, DUANE. 1920(?)-1984(?).

SCHERMERHORN, JAMES. 1925-2004.

SCHOENFELD, HOWARD. 1915-2004.

SCHOFIELD, FREDERICK. 1948- .

SCHOLTEN, JENNY. SC: Aubrey Lyle, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SCHONBERG, LEONARD. Author, physician and actor born in NYC and living in Helena,
        Montana.

SCHORR, MARK
Bully! add [NYC]
Seize the Dragon. Correct publication date to: 1989

SCHWARTZ, ELROY        
The President's Contract. Brandon pb, 1972

SCOTT, ALICIA
-Marrying Mike Again. Silhouette, 2000 [Calif.]

SCOTT, HEDLEY
-The Bogus Referee. Aldine, 1923
-The Idol of the Squad. Aldine, 1923
-The Masked Forward. Aldine, 1923
-"Play Up, Ten Men!" Aldine, 1922

SCOTT, HOLDEN
The Carrier. [Boston]
Skeptic. St. Martin's, 1999; Hale, 2002, as Sceptic (corrected entry)

SCOTT, LILY K. 1913-2005.

SCOTT, MANSFIELD. SC: Insp. Malcolm Steele (correction)
The Spider's Web. Add SC: KM
The Sportsman-Detective. Correct to show it contains 4 untitled stories

SCOTT, MIKE
Heiress. iUniverse pb, 2000

SCOTT, PETER (FRANCIS, JR.). 1945- .
Something in the Water. Down East pb, 2000 [Maine, ship, WWII]

SCOTT, VIRGIL
The Savage Affair. Delete

SEA-LION
Sea of Troubles. [Falkland Is.]

SEAMAN, DONALD
Island of Death. [Scot.]

SEATON, KAY        
-Dark Sanctuary. Laurie, 1949
-Pawns of Destiny. Laurie, 1947
-Phantom Fear. Laurie, 1948
Tyranny Within. Laurie, 1946

SEBENTHAL, ROBERTA. Delete ? from death date.

SEDLEY, KATE
The Wicked Winter. change [ca.1476] to [1476]

SEE, N.
The Keepers. [Fla.]

SEED, OLIVER
-Trial by Scandal. Wright, 1939

SEELY, NORMA. SC: Annie Kirk, in title below and subsequent novels.

SELETZ, JULES M. SC: Dr. Jacob Stein, in title below and subsequent novels.

SELLARS, M. R. SC: Rowan Gant, in title below and subsequent novels.

SELWOOD, ROBERT BERKELEY
Queer Stories from "Truth". Truth Office, ca.1900 ss (some criminous)

SENAUTH, FRANK. Born in Guyana; living in Winnipeg.

SENNOCKE, T. J. R. Pseudonym of Thomas James Rudick, 1900-1970s.

SERGEANT, (EMILY FRANCIS) ADELINE. Born in Derbyshire; graduate of Queen's
        College, London.

SETH, RONALD. SC: Brian Grant = BG.
Grant of the Secret Service in Operation Lama. Muller, 1953 BG
Operation Ormer. Bles, 1956 BG
Operation Retriever. Muller, 1953 BG
Rockets on Moon Island. Bles, 1959 BG
Smoke Without Fire. Bles, 1959 BG

SETTLE, MARY LEE. 1918-2005.

SEXTON, RODNEY D.
A Little Rebellion. iUniverse pb, 2000

SHAH, IQLAS. Pseudonym of Tom O. Jones, 1946- , q.v.

SHANNON, BARRY. SC: Revelations St. Jones, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SHANNON, BRAD
Sadie Sings the Blues. {title correction}

SHANNON, DON MICHAEL
Jacob's Rose, as by Don M. Shannon, with William J. Heffner, Jr. Xlibris pb, 2000
        [Afr.]

SHANNON, WILLIAM J(OSEPH). ca.1956- .

SHARTS, JOSEPH (WILLIAM). 1875- .
The Vintage. Duffield, 1911. British title: The Red Vintage. Constable, 1912
        [U.S., 1860s]

SHAUGHNESSY, ALFRED (JAMES). 1916-2005.

SHAW, HOWARD
Pageant of Death. Add U.S. edition: Ulverscroft, 2003

SHAW, IRWIN
Short Stories: Five Decades. Delacorte, 1978; Cape, 1978 ss (with some crime):
        Act of Faith\Age of Reason\Borough of Cemeteries\Circle of Light\The
        City Was in Total Darkness\The Climate of Insomnia\The Deputy
        Sheriff\The Dry Rock\The Eighty-Yard Run\Free Conscience, Void of
        Offence\Full Many a Flower\The Girls in Their Summer Dresses\God on
        Friday Night\God Was Here But He Left Early\Goldilocks at
        Graveside\The Greek General\The Green Nude\Gunners' Passage\Hamlets
        of the World\The House of Pain\I Stand by Dempsey\In the French
        Style\The Indian in Depth of Night\The Inhabitants of Venus\The
        Lament of Madame Rechevsky\Little Henry Irving\Love on a Dark
        Street\Main Currents of American Thought\The Man Who Married a French
        Wife\The Man with One Arm\"March, March on Down the Field"\Material
        Witness\Medal from Jerusalem\Mixed Doubles\The Monument\Night, Birth
        and Opinion\Night in Algiers\No Jury Would Convict\Noises in the
        City\The Passion of Lance Corporal Hawkins\Pattern of Love\Peter
        Two\Preach on the Dusty Roads\Retreat\Return to Kansas City\Sailor
        Off the Bremen\Search Through the Streets of the City\Second
        Mortgage\Small Saturday\Stop Pushing, Rocky\Strawberry Ice Cream
        Soda\The Sunny Banks of the River Lethe\Then We Were Three\Tip on a
        Dead Jockey\Triumph of Justice\Voyage Out, Voyage Home\Walking
        Wounded\Weep in Years to Come\Welcome to the City\Where All Things
        Wise and Fair Descend\Whispers in Bedlam\A Wicked Story\A Year to
        Learn the Language

SHAW, SIMON. SC: Grace Cornish = GC, and in subsequent novel(s).
Killing Grace. GC

SHEA, MICHAEL (SINCLAIR MacAUSLAN)
A Cold Conspiracy. Delete {moved to Michael Sinclair entry}

SHECKLEY, ROBERT
The Man in the Water. Regency pb, 1961 [ship]

SHEFFIELD, CHARLES. SC: Arthur Morton McAndrew = AM.
The Complete McAndrew. Baen pb, 2000 [future, space] ss (with some crime;
        all with AM): All the Colors of the Vacuum\The Fifth Commandment\The
        Invariants of Nature\Killing Vector\The Manna Hunt\Moment of
        Inertia\Out of Focus\Rogueworld\Shadow World

SHEFFIELD, HELEN F. SC: Nelda Simmons, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SHEILS, TERRY [TERENCE K. SHEILS]. 1935-2004.
Modem Operandi. LTD Books pb (Can.), 1999 [Toronto}

SHELDON, SIDNEY
If Tomorrow Comes. [New Or.]

SHELLEY, MARY
Frankenstein. Change U.S. publisher/date from Daggers 1845 to: Carey, 1833

SHELTON, GENE
Manhunter: The Life and Times of Frank Hamer. Berkley, 1997 [Tex., 1900-1934]
        (Novelized biography.)

SHEPARD, LUCIUS
The Golden. add [Europe]

SHEPHERD, H. P. and ERNEST WELLS
The Scarlet City. Sands, 1899

SHEPHERD, LISA. Pseudonym of Dia Orridge, ca.1916-1994.

SHERMAN, DAN
The Traitor. add [N.J., Phil.]

SHIELD, A(LICE)
The Squire of Wandales. Methuen, 1896

SHIEL, M. P.
Contraband of War. Richards, 1899

SHIELS, TERRY. Delete entry

SHERARD, ROBERT. Born in London; started his writing career in Paris.

SHERLOCK, JOHN (G.). 1932-2002.

SHIELDS, DON W.
Just a Matter of Times. (title correction)

SHIRLEY, WARREN
-Barnard's Luck. Aldine, 1925
-The Forlorn Hope. Aldine, 1925

SHULMAN, SANDRA
Castlecliffe. {title correction}

SHYMANSKY, LES
Escape to the Tropics. Swiderski (London), 1964 ss (criminous = *): The Atom
        Church\A Baby\A Bandicoot on a Burnt Ridge\The Brother
        Markowski\*Dago\*Emeritus\Epitaph for a Kulak\Escape to the
        Tropics\Fool's Luck\The General's Sword\The Good Neighbours\*A
        Hangman's Rope\A Hundred Pounds a Week\*In the Motel\A Journey to
        Krzyzanowka\Kangaroo on the Green Hill\The Kiss\The Lice\*Omega\On
        the Beach\On the Wallaby Track\Point of No Return\*The Price of a
        Pistol\The Punishment Garrison\*Rat\A Room of Their Own\Seeking a
        Job\Somting Nogut

SIEGEL, SHELDON. SC: Mike Daley, in title below and subsequent novels.

SILVA, DANIEL. SC: Gabriel Allon = GA, and in subsequent novels.
The Kill Artist. GA

SILVERS, EARL REED. 1891-1948.
-The Menlo Mystery. Appleton, 1925

SILVERWOOD, ROGER. Son of a Yorkshire businessman; after National Service entered the
toy trade, becoming a sales director; at age 50 left that trade to run, with his wife, an antique business specializing in Victorian jewelry; retired in 1997; living in South Yorkshire.
The Illegitimate Spy. [Russ.] Delete series character

SIMENON, GEORGES
An American Omnibus. Harcourt, 1967 (Reprints Belle, The Brothers Rico, The
        Hitchhiker, and The Watchmaker, qq.v.)
A Battle of Nerves. Also published as a stand-alone pb as A Battle of Nerves. Harcourt,
        1940
Maigret and the Mad Killers. Doubleday, 1980 (An omnibus reprinting Maigret and the
        Killer, Maigret Hesitates, and Maigret's Pickpocket, qq.v.)
The Premier. Show the 1966 Harcourt edition as The Premier and The Train
The Train. Show the 1966 Harcourt edition as The Premier and The Train

SIMMONS, DEBORAH
The Gentleman Thief. Harlequin, 2000 [Bath, 1810s]

SIMMONS, GEOFFREY S.
-Pandemic. Arbor, 1980
The Z-Papers. add [hosp.]

SIMMONS, MARY KAY        
The Clock Face. [NYC]
Haggard's Cove. [Ill.]
The Kill Cross. [Ire.]

SIMMONS, RICHARD ALAN. 1924-2004. {correction: not a pseudonym}

SIMONS, ROGER
Murder by Design. [Australia]
Murder Joins the Chorus. [theatre]

SIMPSON, MARCIA. SC: Liza Romero, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SIMS, GEORGE R. Born in London and educated at Hanwell Military College and Bonn Univ.;
        journalist, dramatist, novelist and ss writer.
A Blind Marriage, and other stories. show these as criminous: The
        Anarchist's Wife\Gentleman Jim\The Mystery of "The Rest"
The Devil in London. [London]

SINAIKO, EDWIN S. 1910-2005.

SINCLAIR, CATHERINE. 1800-1864.
Cross Purposes. Bentley, 1855

SINCLAIR, MICHAEL
Norslag. [Scot.] Also published as: A Cold Conspiracy, as by Michael Shea. Severn, 2000

SINSTADT, GERALD. 1930- . Noted British sportscaster.

SINTON, ELLIOTT
She's a Smart Dame! Brown Watson, ca.1953

SKEGGS, DOUGLAS
The Triumph of Bacchus. [Eng.]

SKIDMORE, ROBERT L. show byline thus. SC: Insp. Richard Thatcher, in title below and
        subsequent novels.

SLADE, MICHAEL
Burnt Bones. change [Eng.] to [Can.]

SLAPPEY, STERLING G(REENE). 1917-2001.

SLATTERY, KEVIN (MICHAEL). 1916-1996.

SLATTERY, RAY(MOND JAMES). 1917-2002.

SLOANE, KIT. SC: Margot O'Banion, in title below and subsequent novels.

SLY, CHRISTOPHER
-Seven Deadly Sinners. Athena, 1961

SMEDMAN, LISA. Living near Vancouver.
-Blood Sport. Roc, 1998 [Mex., 2057]

SMIFF, O. P. G. PHILANDER. Pseudonym of Aglen A. Dowty.
The Reminiscences of a Rascal and Coster Ballads. Weldon, ca.1875 (2 stories, the
        first criminous.)

SMITH, APRIL. SC: Ana Gray = AG, and in subsequent novel(s).
North of Montana. AG

SMITH, BARBARA BURNETT. 1947-2005.

SMITH, BARBARA DAWSON
Her Secret Affair. Change [1800s] to [1822]

SMITH, D(ENNIS) O.
The Adventure of the Purple Hand. [Eng., 1890]

SMITH, GUY N. Born in Staffordshire; author of magazine articles and stories; second-hand
        bookseller; living in Shropshire.

SMITH, HENRY JUSTIN. 1875-1936.
Young Phillips, Reporter. Harcourt, 1933 [Chi.]

SMITH, J(OHN) P(RESTON). ca.1942- .

SMITH, JANET ELAINE. SC: Patrick O'Malley and Grace Johnson, in title below and
        subsequent novel(s).

SMITH, JEFFREY K. (adding middle initial) SC: Sam Mitchell = SM, and in subsequent
        novel(s).
One Down, Two to Go. SM
Sudden Despair. 1st Books pb, 1999

SMITH, JOAN
A Tall Dark Stranger. change [1810s] to [1818]

SMITH, JOAN
Don't Leave Me This Way. [London]

SMITH, WALLACE
Bessie Cotter. Covici, 1934; Heinemann, 1935 [Chi.]

SMITH, Z. Z. David Westheimer, 1917-2005.

SNAITH, J(OHN) C(OLLIS). Born in Nottingham; an expert on cricket.

SNOW, LYNDON
Dearest Enemy. Hale, 1953. Also published as: The Case Is Closed, as by Laura Conway.
        Hale, 1980

SNOWDEN, FAYE. 1963- . Living in northern Calif.

SNOWDEN, J(AMES) KEIGHLEY
-Hate of Evil. [Eng.]

SODERQUIST, LARRY D. 1944-2005. SC: Eric Berg, in title below and susequent novel.

SOHMERS, BARBARA (PEARL). 1930-2003.        

SOLLISH, JOSEPH J.
-Gates of Horn and Ivory. Xlibris pb, 2000 [Pa., past]

SOLO, R. ADAM. SC: Adam Hunt, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SOMERVILLE, E. O. Add: Born in Corfu.

SONTAG, SUSAN. 1933-2004.

SOUTHIN, GWENDOLYN. SC: Margaret Spencer, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SOUTHNEY, LYN
Deadly Fresco. [Eng.]

SPAFFORD, JERRY. SC: Rhino Man, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SPEIGHT, T. W. Born in Liverpool; worked for the Midway Railway Company for 40 years.

SPENCER, DAVID
Passing Fancy. [L.A.]

SPENCER, ROLAND
-Boxer's Luck. Aldine, 1928
-Dan of the Docker's Team. Aldine, 1930
-The Footslogger Forward. Aldine, 1929
-The Million-Pound Goal. Aldine, 1923
-Sharland's Soccer Squad. Aldine, 1931

SPENCER, ROSS H(ARRISON)
Death Wore Gloves. [Chi.]
The Radish River Caper. Change [Midwest] to [Ill.]

SPENCER, SALLY
Murder at Swann's Lake. [Manchester]

SPERRY, RAYMOND. SC: Larry Dexter, in both titles, intended for younger readers.
-Larry Dexter and the Ward Diamonds; or, The Young Reporter at Sea Cliff. Grosset,
        1927
-Larry Dexter's Great Chase; or, The Young Reporter Across the Continent. Grosset,
        1927

SPICER, DOROTHY. 1899(?)-1975(?).

SPILLANE, MICKEY
Me, Hood! {correction:} the Corgi edition contains The Affair with the Dragon
        Lady\"Kick It or Kill"\Me, Hood

SPINDLER, CHRISTINE. SC: Insp. Frederick Terry, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

SPINDLER, ERICA
Shocking Pink. [Mo.]

SPURGEON, DOUGLAS
The Wheel of Circumstance. [London]

STABLES, (WILLIAM) GORDON. Born in Scotland; educated in medicine at Aberdeen Univ.;
        served in the Royal Navy as a ship's surgeon.

STACPOOLE, H(ENRY) DeVERE. Add: grduated in medicine in London; served as a ship's
        doctor in the Royal Navy.
The Mystery of Uncle Bollard. {correction}
Under Blue Skies. [S. Pac.] Contents (with some crime): a short novel (The Frigate Bird)
        and ss {as already listed} {correction}

STACPOOLE, MARGARET (ANN ROBSON)
-Monte Carlo. Hutchinson, 1913; Dodd, 1914 [Monaco]

STAND, MARGUERITE. Pseudonym of Marguerite E. Stickland, 1917-1982. Lived in Dorset.

STANDISH, J. O. Pseudonym of (Harry) Sydney Horler, 1888-1954, q.v.
-A Leader of the League. Aldine, 1927

STANDISH, WALTER
Beauty Was Her Bait. Brown Watson, ca.1953
Double Trouble. Brown Watson, ca.1952
Fury. Brown Watson, 1953
Hard to Handle. Brown Watson, ca.1952
Sinners Seem to Thrive. Brown Watson, ca.1953
Transgressor. Brown Watson, ca.1953
Weep Not My Darling. Brown Watson, ca.1953

STANLEY, DOROTHY. 1855-1926.
-Miss Pim's Camouflage. Hutchinson, 1918; Houghton, 1918 [Ger.]

STARK, JACK. 1914-2004.

STARK, SHELDON. 1909-1997. (correction)

STARR, CAPT. FRANK
-The Fatal Round. Aldine, 1926

STARRETT, VINCENT
The Blue Door. [Chi.]

STAUFFER, DWIGHT G.
The Klondike Gold Rush Mystery. Add [1897] and note: (Intended for younger readers.)

STEBBING, WILLIAM
Rachel Wulfstan and other stories. (correction)

STEEL, DAVE
Lady Take the Chair. Kaye, 1949

STEELE, HARWOOD. 1897-1978.

STEELE, WILBUR DANIEL
The Way to the Gold. {title correction} [Wash.]

STEFFEN, ELIZABETH (ALLEN). 1920-1993.

STEIBER, ELLEN
Grotesque. [Wash. D.C.]

STENSTREEM, RUTH MARIAN. 1929- .

STEPHANI, VINCENT (A.). 1922-1998.

STEPHEN, ROY
-The Sportsman Wins. Aldine, 1925

STEPHENS, CLEO M.
Adventure Isle. Avalon, 1977 [Miss.]
-Captive Village. Avalon, 1968. Also published as: Duel of Hearts. Valentine pb, 1968
        [Mex.]
Duel of Hearts; see Captive Village
Everglades Adventure. Avalon, 1969. Also published as: The Third Passenger. Valentine
        pb, 1969 [Fla.]
-Island Adventure. Avalon,1967
The Mexican Mantilla. Avalon, 1979
-Stormy Tide. Avalon, 1974
The Third Passenger; see Everglades Adventure
Valley of Yesterday. Avalon, 1963

STEUART, JOHN A(LEXANDER). Born in Perthshire; lived in the U.S. for some years before
        settling in London around 1890.

STEUER, ARTHUR. 1929- .
The Terrible Swift Sword. Coward, 1956; Secker, 1957 [Ga.]

STEVENS, AUSTIN
The Antagonists. [London]

STEVENS, ETHEL STEFANA. Lived in the Near and Middle East.
-The Lure. Mills, 1912 [Egypt]

STEVENS, ROSEMARY. SC: Beau Brummel, in title below and subsequent novels.
Death on a Silver Tray. Change [Eng.] to [London]

STEVENSON, ANNE. Delete bracket name and birth year.

STEVENSON, BURTON E(GBERT). SC: Crochard = C.
-Affairs of State. {adding the dash}
The Destroyer. C [ship, NYC] {adding settings and SC}
The Mystery of the Boule Cabinet. Add SC: C

STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Show the 1959 film thus: Sofirad, 1959, as
Le Testament du Dr. Cordelier (The Will of Doctor Cordelier; Experiment in Evil) (scw & dir: Jean Renoir)

STEVENSON, TRAILL
The Silver Arrow Murder. [Eng.]

STEWART, JO, 1950- , and DIANE PIERCE
Run from Danger. Scholastic, 1981 [Sp.] (Intended for younger readers.)

STEWART, MIKE [MICHAEL G. STEWART]
Dog Island. Putnam, 2000; Hale, 2003 [Fla.]

STILES, MARTHA BENNETT
Star in the Forest. Four Winds (NYC), 1979 [ca.600]

STITH, JOHN E.
Deep Quarry. add [space]
Reunion on Neverend. add [space]

STOKES, KAREN. SC: Wilma, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

STONE, CLARA
Death in Cranford. [Eng.]

STONE, DAVID (ANTHONY). 1929-ca.1967.

STONE, HARRY. Correct birth year to: 1928

STONE, JONATHAN. SC: Julian Palmer, in title below and subsequent novels.

STONE, SIMON
The Price of Admiralty. [Wales] add SC: Brian Conway

STONEHAM, C. T.
The Prowling Terror. [Tanganyika]

STORY, JACK TREVOR
Green to Pagan Street. [Eng.]

STOUGH, CHARLES. ca.1944- .

STOWE, FRED
-The Castaway Champion. Aldine, 1931

STRAHAN, KAY CLEAVER
The Meriwether Mystery. (title correction)

STRAKER, J. F.
Good-bye, Aunt Charlotte! {show title thus}

STRAUB, PETER
Pork Pie Hat. [Miss.]

STRAUS, RALPH
Pengard Awake. Delete

STRAYTHORN, S. J. correct to: STRAYHORN, S. J.

STREAM, ARNOLD C. 1918-2005.

STREETER, NEWTON E. ca.1964- .
Noise and other night terrors. Bone Yard pb (Ga.), 1998 ss (with some crime): An
        Acquired Taste\Acute\The Dare\Mr. FUBAR\Noise\The Predator\South of L.A.

STRELKOVA, IRINA (IVANOVNA). 1924- .
Theft from a Provincial Museum. ss (intended for younger readers):
        Kiselyov Again (translation of "Opyat Kiselyov," 1980\No Stranger
        (translation of "Znakomoye Litso," 1980\Theft from a Provincial
        Museum (translation of "Pokhishcheniye iz Provintsialnogo Muzeya,"
        1980) {note correction of spelling of first ss title}

STREVENS, ROBERT
Murder in Manuscript. [London]

STRIBLING, T. S.
Clues of the Caribbees. (correction)

STRONG, ROBERT (HEDLEY). Combine Robert Strong and Robert Hedley Strong entries
        under this heading. Add: Set: Eng. SC: Sir Richard Smith, in all titles.
Something Nasty in the Bilges. correct publication date to: 1999

STUART, ESME. Born in Paris; came to England as a young child; author of over 60 volumes of
        fiction, mostly for children and young women.

STUART, VIVIAN. Charles Roy Mackinnon, 1924-2005.

STUBBS, JEAN
Dear Laura. change [1880s] to [1890]

SUE, (MARIE JOSEPH) EUGENE
De Rohan; or, The Court Conspirator. (Translation of "Latreaumont." Paris, 1837.)        
The Female Bluebeard; or, The Adventurer. (Translation of "Le Morne au Diable, ou
        l'Aventurier." Paris, 1842.)

SUMMERFIELD, LIN
Never Walk Behind Me. [Eng.]

SUN, YAT-SEN
-Kidnapped in London. Arrowsmith, 1897

SUNDERLAND, STEVE
-The Black Sheep of the Club. Aldine, 1929
-The Busman Centre Forward. Aldine, 1928
-The Football Hikers. Aldine, 1931
-The Footballer's Secret. Aldine, 1930
-The Star "Spangles" Team. Aldine, 1929

SUTCLIFFE, HALLIWELL. Raised in Yorkshire; educated there and in Cambridge; full time
        writer from his 20s.

SUTHERLAND, JOAN. Published over 40 volumes of fiction.

SWAN, ANNIE S. Born in Midlothian and educated in Edinburgh; produced more than 250
        romances and more than 80 titles under her pseudonym.

SWANN, S. ANDREW
Fearful Symmetries. add [L.A.]

SWANSON, DENISE. SC: Skye Denison, in title below and subsequent novels.

SWENSON, PEGGYE. 1933-2004.

SWIFT, VIRGINIA. SC: "Mustang Sally" Adler, in title below and subsequent novels.

SWINSON, ARTHUR (HORACE). {adding middle name}

SYKES, W(ILLIAM) STANLEY
The Ray of Doom. Add SC: Insp. Dennis Drury

SZOMBATHY, CHRISTINA. ca.1948- .

TALBOT, FREDERICK
Lottie's Fortune. Maxwell, 1879

TALBOTT, MARTI (N.). 1945- .

TASSINI, J(OHN) T(HOMAS). ca.1931- .

TAUBES, FRANK. 1924-2003.

TAYLOR, EDITH. 1913-2004.

TAYLOR, LUCY [LUCILE CAMPBELL TAYLOR]. 1951- .
-Spree. Cemetery Dance, 1998 [Colo.]

TAYLOR, WALKER
Spyrocket. [London, Ger.]

TEARLE, CHRISTIAN. A solicitor; practiced with the family firm, Jaques & Co.

TELFAIR, RICHARD
Target for Tonight. Add series character: John Drake

TEMPLE, WILLARD
Running Scared. Star Weekly (Canadian newspaper supplement), 1970

TENDRIAKOV, VLADIMIR (FYODOROVICH). 1923-1984. {delete ca. from death}

TETA, JON (ANTHONY). 1933-2004.

THOMAS, ANTHONY
-Barred from the Game! Aldine, 1923

THOMAS, BERTHA
The House on the Scar. Low, 1890 [Eng.]

THOMAS, ERIC. Pseudonym of Charles E(dward) Fritch, 1927- , q.v. SC: Mark Wonder =
        MW.
Psycho Sinner. MW [L.A.]
Strip for Murder. [L.A.] (Note: This is a loose rewrite of "Negative of a Nude" by Charles E. Fritch, q.v.)

THOMAS, MAGGY
-Broken Time. add [space]

THOMAS, LESLIE
Chloe's Song. Heinemann, 1997 [Eng.]

THOMPSON, J. B. SC: Alidja "Jack" MacAnder, in title below and subsequent novels.

THORMAN, RICHARD. 1924-2002.

THORNE, E. P.
Three Silent Men. [Eng.]

THORNTON, BETSY. SC: Chloe Newcombe, in title below and subsequent novels.

THORNTON, ELIZABETH
Strangers at Dawn. Change [1800s] to [1807]

THRASHER, L. L.
Charlie's Bones. [Calif.]

THUM, MARCELLA. 1924-2002.

THURBER, JAMES (GROVER)
Thurber on Crime. Add ss: Gang War, 1940\How the Kooks Crumble\The Little
        Girl and the Wolf\A Sort of Genius\Two O'Clock at the Metropole

THURLEY, NOPRGROVE
The Woman in the Case. [Eng.]

THURSTON, E(RNEST) TEMPLE. Born in Suffolk; his family moved to Ireland when he was a
        child; educated in Cork; came to London to become a writer.

THURSTON, KATHERINE CECIL. Born in Cork, Ireland; married to E(rnest) Temple
        Thurston, 1870-1933, q.v.

TISDALE, CASANDRA. (correcting first name spelling)

TOLLIVER, KENNETH R. ca.1934- . (adding middle initial and date)

TOM-GALLON, NELLIE
Monsieur Zero. Change [Fr.] to: [Monaco]

TOMLINSON, PAUL G(REENE). 1888- . SC: Bob Cook, in both titles, intended for younger
        readers.
-Bob Cook and the German Spy. Barse, 1917
-Bob Cook and the Bomb Plot. Barse, 1920

TOPE, REBECCA
Grave Concerns. add U.S. edition: St. Martin's, 2002

TOPOL, EDWARD. SC: Shamrayev = S.
Red Square. S
The Russian Seven, with Emiliya Topol. Futura, 1990 (Translation from the Russian.)

TOPOL, EMILIYA. See: Edward Topol.

TOURNEY, LEONARD
The Bartholomew Fair Murders. [London]
Knaves Templar. [London]
Low Treason. [London]

TOYE, STANLEY
The Line Between. Add SC: Jacqueline Norris, Anthony Read

TRACY, LOUIS
Number Seventeen. Change Clode publication date to: 1919

TRAIN, ARTHUR (CHEYNEY)
True Stories of Crime from the District Attorney's Office. (Note: Some reprint editions omit two stories.)
Tutt & Mr. Tutt. (Note: At least the Triangle, 1943, reprint adds two stories: The Hand Is
        Quicker Than the Eye\Toggery Bill.)

TRALINS, (SANDOR) ROBERT. {correction}

TRANTER, NIGEL
Cache Down. Scotsman pb, 1987 [Andorra]

TRAVEN, B.
The Man Nobody Knows. (Note: the novelet "The Third Guest" was a translation from
        the German of "Macario", published in Zurich in 1950.)

TRAVIS, GRETCHEN A. Byline also: Gretchen Mockler, q.v. Joint pseudonym with Anita
        Macrae Feagles, 1927- : Travis Macrae, q.v.

TREE, TRAVERS
Out of the Cup. Aldine, 1925

TREMAINE, JENNIE. Pseudonym of Marion C. Gibbons, 1936- .

TREMAYNE, PETER
Our Lady of Darkness. change [ca.666] to [666]
Valley of the Shadow. change [ca.668] to [666]

TRENT, PAUL
The Golden Rat. delete the dash

TREVANIAN. Delete reference to James T. Hashian

TREVOR, ELLESTON
The Sister. Change publisher from Tor to: Forge

TREVOR, MICHAEL
Dead Man's Shoes. [Eng.]

TREVOR, RALPH
The Ace of Clubs Murder. SC: Insp./Supt. Curtis Burke
Murder in Silk. [London]
Under Suspicion. SC: Insp./Supt. Curtis Burke

TREW, ANTONY
Towards the Tamarind Tree. Collins, 1970 [Rhodesia]
Two Hours to Darkness. Collins, 1963; Random, 1962 [ship]
The White Schooner. Collins, 1969 [ship]

TRIMBLE, JACQUELYN WHITNEY. 1927-2003.

TRIPP, MILES
Video Vengeance. [London]

TROLLOPE, ANTHONY. Born in London; had various Post Office positions in Ireland and
        England.

TROLLOPE, FRANK
-The Lawyer's Daughter. Skeet (London), 1878

TROW, M(EIRON) J(AMES)
Lestrade and the Devil's Own. Add [1913]
Lestrade and the Kiss of Horus. Add [1923]

TUPPER, MARTIN FARQUHAR. {correction} Born in London; educated at Oxford; was
        called to the bar in 1835; mainly a poet.

TURBYFIELD, GWEN. ca.1941- .

TURNBULL, PATRICK. 1908-1986.

TURNER, DON V.
-Dynamite Don. Aldine, 1931

TURNER, HARVEY
-Never Trust the Bugles. iUniverse pb, 2000 [Wyo.]

TWAIN, MARK
A Double-Barreled Detective Story. [West, 1890s]
A Murder, a Mystery, and a Marriage. [Mo.]
The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson. American, 1894. British title: Pudd'nhead Wilson.
        Chatto, 1894 [Mo.]

TYRER, WALTER
Sinner's Slave. Amalgamated, ca.1950

TYTLER, SARAH. Born in Scotland; writer and teacher; operated a boarding house in Oxford;
        published over 70 volumes of fiction.

USHER, FRANK
First to Kill. [Eng.]

VAINER, ARKADI. 1931-2005.

VALDES, IVY (FLORENCE). 1921-1997.

VAN ASH, CAY
Ten Years Beyond Baker Street. Change [ca.1915] to [1914]

VAN BELKOM, EDO
-Yours Truly, Jackie the Stripper. Dark Raptor pb (NYC), 1998 [N.W.]

VAN DOREN, MARK
Collected Stories. Volume I. (Show existing entry as having this title, with
        volume # as indicated.)
Collected Stories. Volume II. Hill and Wang, 1965 ss (at least that with I
        is criminous): All Us Three\Birdie, Come Back\The Birds\The Brown
        Cap\Consider Courage\The Courage and the Power\The Dream\The Facts
        About Hyacinthes\Fisk Fogle\God Has No Wife\Help for the Senator\His
        Waterfall\Honeymoon\I, Tobit\The Imp of String\The Lady Over the
        Wall\The Little Place\The Long Shadow\Maggie at the Well\The Man Who
        Died a Lot\Mandy's Night\Me and Mac\The Miracle\Mr. Hasbrouck\My Son,
        My Son\No Thunder, No Lightning\Not Like Tom\Plain and
        Fancy\Rescue\Sebastian\The Sign\Skinny Melinda\The
        Streamliner\Testimony After Death (I)\Tregaskis Horror\Twentieth
        Floor\Wild Justice\A Wild, Wet Place
Collected Stories. Volume III. Hill and Wang, 1968 ss (at least those with I
        criminous): Becky and Philander\Boy with Sword\The
        Combination\Crosstown Chase\The Diary\Fifty-Fifty\The Four
        Brothers\Home with Hazel\How Bad? How Long?\If Only\In Springfield,
        Massachusetts\Like What?\The Little House\McRuin\Madam X and Madam
        Y\Man in Hiding\Many Are Called\Memorial Meeting\Miss Swallow\Mrs.
        Lancey\Mortimer\My Mother Was Your Wife\The New Girl\No Laughing Matter,
        Maybe\Nobody Else's Business\Not on the Fancy Side\One of
        Hers\Payment in Full\The Princess Who Couldn't Say Yes\The
        Quarry\Rich, Poor and Indifferent\Roberts and O'Hara\The
        Shelter\Some Friend\South Sea Fruit\Stacey Bell\This Terrible Thing
        (I)\The Truth About Sylvanus\The Tussle\Wander's World\We Had
        Plans\The Wild Thing (I)

VAN GULIK, ROBERT (HANS)
The Chinese Maze Murders. Add this edition, listing first: Van Hoeve (The Hague), 1956                                                 

VAN NIFTRIK, JACK
Where Rumour Never Reaches. Jonathan Bal (S. Afr.), 1980

VAN RENSBURG, HELEN
The Siege of Aunt Estelle. Macmillan (London), 1958

VAN WOEART, ALPHEUS. Pseudonym of Vance Holloway. See also J(oseph) C(arl)
        McMullen, 1882- .

Johnny and the Phantom. Baker, 1950 (1-act play.)

VASE, GILLAN. Born in Cornwall; raised in England and Germany.

VEITCH, ANTHONY (SCOTT). -1983.

VEITCH, ANTHONY
The Forsmythe Report. {moving entry from Anthony (Scott) Veitch}

VERMANDEL, JANET GREGORY
Last Seen in Samarra. {title correction}

VERNER, GERALD
The Crimson Ramblers. (Novelization of a TV series.) {correction}

VERYAN, PATRICIA
The Riddle of the Alabaster Royal. Change [ca.1816] to [1813]
The Riddle of the Reluctant Rake. Change [ca.1814] to [1814]

VINE, BARBARA
Asta's Book. [London]
The House of Stairs. [London]

VIRA, SOMA. 1932-2003.

VOGEL, HANS
Stop That Dame. {title correction; not Stop That Dance}

VOLK, GORDON
In Brighton Waters. [ship]
The Sea Cave. [Eng.]

VOLKOFF, VLADIMIR. 1932-2005.

WADDINGTON-FEATHER, JOHN. 1933- . SC: Detective Insp. Blake Hartley, in both
        titles. Set: Eng.
The Bradshaw Mystery. Feather Books pb (Eng.), 2000
The Museum Mystery. Feather Books pb (Eng.), 1999

WAGNER, SHARON
Dark Side of Paradise. Change publisher to Ballantine [West]

WALES, GEORGE A.
-Law and Order. Wright, 1960

WALES, HUBERT. Born in Lincolnshire; studied law and practiced as a solicitor.

WALFORD, L. B. Born near Edinburgh.

WALKER, ROBERT W(AYNE)
Sub-Zero! [Chi., 2020]

WALKER, WILLIAM S(YLVESTER). Born in Australia.
From the Land of the Wombat. [Australia]
When the Mopoke Calls. [Australia]

WALLACE, EDGAR. SC: Bob Brewer (the Policy Sleuth) = BB; Supt. Peter Dawes = PD.
The Big Four. ss (all with BB):
Four Square Jane. PD
The India-Rubber Men. Add SC: Sergeant/Insp. Elk
The Northing Tramp. change [Eng.] to [U.S., Can.]

WALLACE, F(LOYD) L.
Wired for Scandal. Add U.K. edition: Brown Watson, 1959

WALLACE, ROBERT F.
A Life's Destiny. Blackwood, 1873

WALLENSTEIN, MARCEL. 1893(?)-1986(?).

WALLING, JOHN
A Parcel of Diamonds. Novelet and ss (at least titular novelet is
        criminous): Annie\Mrs. Leyton\Not Cricket\A Parcel of Diamonds\The
        Quarry\Tea for Two...Not Three

WALLIS, J(AMES H(AROLD)
The Woman He Chose. Change [Ill.] to [Chi., Iowa]

WALPOLE, HUGH
The Prelude to Adventure. Delete the dash

WALSH, PERCY
The Clueless Trail. [Fr.]

WALTER, DOROTHY BLAKE. 1908-1999.

WARD, HAROLD
Murder of a Painted Lady. [U.S.]
The Vulture. show as pb
"The Vulture" Strikes. show as pb

WARD, MRS. HUMPHRY. Born in Tasmania; came to England in 1856l lived successively in
        Birmingham, Oxford and London.

WARDEN, FLORENCE. Born in Middlesex; educated in Brighton and France; became a
        finishing governess and actress.
The Fog Princes. Correct to: The Fog Princess. Change U.S. publisher from Lovell to:
        Munro
The House on the Marsh. correct Stevens date to: 1883
Nurse Revel's Mistake. Change Lovell date to: 1889
The Real Mrs. Daybrook. delete the dash

WARNER, DAVE
Big Bad Blood. Add [1965]

WARNER, J(OHN) RUSSELL
The Girl on the Wall. Weekly Telegraph pb, ca.1923

WARREN, PAT
-Come Morning. Warner pb, 1998 [Nantucket]

WARREN, PAULETTE
Night Falls at Bitterhill. [South]
Storm Over Bitterhill. [South]

WARREN, SAMUEL. Born near Wrexham; studied medicine, then the law, and was called to
        the bar in 1837.

WARREN, VERNON
The Blue Mauritius. [Chi.]

WARSH, SYLVIA MAULTASH. SC: Rebecca Temple, in title below and subsequent novel(s).

WASHBURNE, MARION FOSTER [MARION FOSTER WASHBURNE WITHERSPOON].
        1863- .
The House on the North Shore. McClurg, 1909 [Chi.]

WATERS, T(HOMAS) A(LLEN)
The Probability Pad. (Sherlock Holmes.)

WATSON, H(ENRY) B(RERETON) MARRIOTT. Born in Melbourne but was taken to N.Z. as
        a child and educated there; came to England and became a journalist.
Alarums and Excursions. [past]

WATSON, MATT
-The Dark Horse. Aldine, 1924
-Destiny's Year. Aldine, 1925 (Published anonymously.)
-From Flag-Fall to Finish. Aldine, 1926
-The Professional Gentleman. Aldine, 1925 (Published anonymously.)
-A Sporting Chance. Aldine, 1926
-The Way to Win. Aldine, 1928
-The Yellow Vixen. Aldine, 1923

WATT-EVANS, LAWRENCE
Nightside City. add [space]

WAYTEMORE, GODFREY
-The Profiteer. Wright, 1932

WEBB, DON
The Double. Change [Tex.] to [Austin]

WEBSTER, HENRY KITCHELL
The Corbin Necklace. [Ill.]
Philopena. [Chi.]

WEEKES, A. R.
The Figure on the Terrace. [Sp.]

WEIR, MARIPOSA. Pseudonym of Frederic Merrill Van Rensselaer Dey, 1861-1922.

WEISS, DAVID. 1909-2002.

WESTHEIMER, DAVID. 1917-2005.

WELDON, DAVID. Delete Ref: CA.

WELLBROCK, GLADYS. ca.1939- .

WELDON, PAT
-The Fighting Cowboy. Aldine, 1931
-The Fighting Lumberjack. Aldine, 1927

WELFORD, HADLEY
Whose Dead? Jarrold, 1899

WELLES, ELISABETH
Seagull Crag. Series character is here given as unmarried and named Jannine Austin

WELLES, PATRICIA
-The Ghost of S.W.1. Fine, 1986; Hale, 1988. Also published as: Sara's Ghost.
        Paperjacks (Can.), 1987 [London]

WELSH, KATE
-Never Lie to an Angel. Steeple Hill pb, 1999 [Pa.]

WELT, ELLY. 1932- . Ref: CA.
-Joanna Reddinghood. Random, 1980 [Ia.]

WENTWORTH, K(ATHY) D. 1951- .
The Imperium Game. Del Rey pb, 1994 [future]

WENTWORTH-JAMES, GERTIE DE S. Write some 55 novels.

WEST, ELLIOT. 1924-2003.

WEST, GORDON. 1896-1969.

WESTALL, ROBERT
A Place to Hide. Scholastic hc, 1994 [Eng.]

WESTALL, WILLIAM
For Honour and Life. [Fr.]

WESTERMAN, PERCY F(RANCIS). 1876-1959. SC: Colin Standish = CS; John
        Wentley = JW (both series intended for younger readers.
John Wentley Investigates. Collins, 1939
John Wentley Takes Charge. Collins, 1938
John Wentley Wins Through. Collins, 1940
Standish Gets His Man. Blackie, 1938 CS
Standish Holds On. Blackie, 1941 CS
Standish Loses His Man. Blackie, 1939 CS
Standish of the Air Police. Blackie, 1935 CS
Standish Pulls It Off. Blackie, 1940 CS

WESTRUP, WILLIAM. Born in London; went to S. Afr. By 1900 and because a diamond digger
        and trader.
The Man Who Was Afraid. Show as published in 1915

WESTWOOD, BEVERLEY
-A Willing Lad. Aldine, 1930

WETZEL, ELIZABETH. 1930-2005.

WEYMAN, RONALD C.
Sherlock Holmes Travels in the Canadian West. ss: The Case of the Smiling
        Buddha\The Lady of the Camellias\The Mystery of Headless
        Valley\Sherlock Holmes and the King of Siam\Sherlock Holmes and the
        Wendigo

WHEELER, R. L.
Old Jack's Frontier Cabin. Westbrook, 1908. British title (published
        anonymously): The Indian Queen's Revenge. London Library, n.d. [West]

WHELAN, JEROME BERNARD. Pseudonym: R. N. Brien, q.v.

WHISTLER, JOHN
On the Ball. Aldine, 1926

WHITE, D. S.
Recollections of an Ex-Detective of the Madras Police Force. Foster (Madras,
        India), 1876 [India] ss: Another Disloyal Valet\Burglary Twenty
        Feet High\A Disloyal Valet\A Midnight Skirmish\The Model Ayah, or
        The Queen of the Parcherry\Official Despatch Boxes\The Pranks of
        Cupid in a Hindu Family\A Raid Among the Turkeys

WHITE, ELLEN EMERSON. ca.1961- .
All Emergencies, Ring Super. St. Martin's, 1997 [NYC]

WHITE, MARION. 1901-1973(?).

WHITE, PERCY. Add: Born in London; taught English literature at the Univ. of Cairo; worked
        for RAF Intelligence in WWI; lived in France.

WHITE, ROBB
Deathwatch. Doubleday, 1972 [Calif.]

WHITE, VICKI MASON. 1947-2002.

WHITEHEAD, CHARLES. Born in London.

WHITELEY, L(EONARD) S.

WHITING, CHARLES (HENRY). Ref: CA. {adding middle name and reference}

WHITLEY, REID
-The Boxing Bargee. Add publication date: 1930
-The Boxing Earl. Aldine, 1929
-The Boy That Beat Them. Aldine, 1931
-A Break in Training. Aldine, 1928
-A Cornish Conqueror Abroad. Aldine, 1929
-Desert Blood. Aldine, 1930
-Doubles and Quite. Aldine, 1931
-Down for the Count. Aldine, 1928
-The Fighting Schoolmaster. Aldine, 1929
-In the Long Run. Aldine, 1930
-"Knock-Out" Fenton. Aldine, 1930
-Lightweight Cargo. Aldine, 1930
-The Pedlar Pug. Aldine, 1931
-The Pride of the Heavies. Aldine, 1930
-Silky Jim. Aldine, 1929
-Third Time Lucky. Aldine, 1931

WHITLOW, ROBERT. 1954- .
-The List. Word pb, 2000 [Charlotte]

WHITTEN, LESLIE
Fangs of Morning. Leisure, 1994

WHITTINGHAM, RICHARD. 1939-2005.

WILD, ROLAND (GIBSON)
The Jury Returns. Delete
The Trial of Mary Court. Cassell, 1939 [London]
-You Have Been Warned. Rich, 1933 [Europe]

WILHELM, KATE
The Good Children. Change [Oreg.] to [Portland]

WILKES-HUNTER, R(ICHARD ALBERT). 1906-1991.

WILLEY, GORDON. 1913-2002.

WILLIAMS, ARTHUR. SC: Johnnie Baker = JB.
Missing at Tenoclock. JB

WILLIAMS, BEN AMES
Dark Surgery. Harlequin, 1953 (U.S. title?)
Pascal's Mill. Correct publication date to: 1933

WILLIAMS, CHARLES. SC: Billy and Uncle Sagamore Noonan = N.
The Diamond Bikini. N
Uncle Sagamore and His Girls. N

WILLIAMS, CONRAD. 1969- .
-Head Injuries. D-Not Press pb (U.K. & U.S.), 1998 [Eng.]

WILLIAMS, ERIC (ERNEST). 1911-1983.

WILLIAMS, GORDON M(acLEAN). 1934- . {correction}

WILLIAMS, H(UGH) NOEL
The Grasshampton Stable. Paul, 1921
-A Ten Pound Penalty. Treherne, 1903

WILLIAMS, JOHN (HERBERT). 1908-1976.

WILLIAMS, JOHN B. SC: James Brampton = JB.
Leaves from the Note-Book of a New York Detective. ss (all with JB)

WILLIAMS, MOUNTFORD. Connect this entry to that of G. Mountford Williams {they are
        the same person} SC: Phil Welling = PW.
The Fishes Answered. Heinemann, 1943 PW [Scot., Wales, late 1930s]
Hound Island. PW [Scot., late 1930s]

WILLIAMS, WALTER JON
Voice of the Whirlwind. Tor, 1987 [space, future]

WILLIAMSON, ALICE M. Born in the U.S. and raised in N.Y.

WILLIAMSON, CHET
City of Iron. [N.Y.]
Clash by Night. [Minn., Wis.]

WILLIAMSON, J. N.
-Frights of Fancy. Leisure, 2000 ss: A. Pyne\Child of the Sea\Everyone Must
        Know...\The Field of Blood\The House of Life\It Does Not Come
        Alone\Mercy\The Mother Pact\Origin of a Species\Pick-Up\Public
        Places\Reality Function\Small Gift from Home\The Sudd\Watchwolf\When
        Nature Itself Creates Them

WILLIAMSON, THOMAS
-Fighting Breed. Aldine, 1929
-When Sportsmen Meet. Aldine, 1929

WILLOCK, COLIN. 1919-2005.

WILLOCK, RUTH. 1904-1993.

WILMOT, EILEEN
The Gay Adventure. Grafton, 1948 [ship, Colombia]

WILSON, F. PAUL
Conspiracies. [NYC]
Masque. Add [space]

WILSON, GAHAN
The Cleft and other odd tales. Tor, 1998 ss (with some crime): Best
        Friends\The Book\Campfire Story\The Casino Mirago\The Cleft\Come
        One, Come All\End Game\The Frog Prince\A Gift of the Gods\Hansel
        and Grettel\It Twineth Round Thee in Thy Joy\Leavings\M-I\The
        Manuscript of Dr. Arness\The Marble Boy\Mister Ice Cold\Phyllis\The
        Power of the Mandarin\Sea Gulls\The Sea Was Wet As Wet Could
        Be\Them Bleaks\Traps\Yesterday's Witch

WILSON, ROBERT
A Darkening Stain. {title correction}

WILSON-FOX, ALICE. Born in Wales.

WINCOR, RICHARD. 1921-2003.
Sherlock Holmes in Tibet. Add [1891]

WINDLING, TERRI. 1958- .
-The Wood Wife. Tor, 1996; Legend pb, 1997 [Tucson]

WINDSOR, PATRICIA. 1938- .
The Christmas Killer. Scholastic hc, 1991 [Conn.]
The Sandman's Eyes. Delacorte, 1985

WINSKI, NORMAN. 1929-2002.

WINSTON, DAOMA
The Other Stranger. Universal pb, 1953

WINTER, JOHN STRANGE. Born in York.

WINTER-DAMON, T. and RANDY CHANDLER, ca.1947- .
-Duet for the Devil. Necro (Fla.), 2000 [Fla.]

WISSMANN, RUTH (LESLIE). 1913-1995.
Whispers in the Wind. add U.K. edition: Hale, 1981

WITTMAN, GEORGE
A Matter of Intelligence. add U.K. edition: Hale, 1977

WODEN, GEORGE
Messenger-at-Arms. Hutchinson, 1947 [Eng.]

WOLFE, WINIFRED. 1923-1981.

WOOD, ANDREW
White Sin. [Corsica]

WOOD, ERNEST
Feloniously and Wilfully. [Eng.]

WOOD, MRS. HENRY
Johnny Ludlow. Change U.S. publisher/date from Munro 1881 to: Carleton, 1875
Johnny Ludlow. Second Series. Add U.S. edition: Munro, 1881
Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles. Change Dick date to 1862

WOODRUFF, PETER. Pseudonym of P(eter) W(oodruff) Batten, 1893- , q.v.
-The Battling Champ. Aldine, 1926
-The Dandy Goalkeeper. Aldine, 1927
-Dr. Jim, Full Back. Aldine, 1928
-A Fight to the Finish. Aldine, 1926
-The Fighting "Parson". Aldine, 1925
-The Great Invincibles. Aldine, 1927
-Ploughboy Champion. Aldine, 1926
-The Twin Centre. Aldine, 1928

WOODWARD, EDWARD
-False Colours. Aldine, 1925
Troubled Harvest. [Eng.]

WORK, JAMES C(REIGHTON). 1939- .
The Tobermory Manuscript. Five Star, 2000 [Colo., 1874]

WORMSER, RICHARD
-Bedtime Story. GM, 1964; Muller pb, 1964 [Fr.] (Novelization of film: Universal, 1964
        (scw: Stanley Shapiro, Paul Henning; dir; Shapiro.)

WORTH, RICHARD
-The Actor-Footballer. Aldine, 1928
         The Amateur Boxer. Delete
-A Bantam Champion. Aldine, 1926
-A Boxing Squire. Aldine, 1925
-Fighting Mac. Aldine, 1925
-A Footballer's Romance. Aldine, 1926
-A Gallop to Fortune. Aldine, 1924
-Last of Her Line. Aldine, 1923
-The Midget Winger. Aldine, 1928
-The Mystery Centre. Aldine, 1927
-Pride of the Fancy. Aldine, 1925
-The Star of Hope. Aldine, 1925
-Twins of the Pigskin. Aldine, 1930
-What a Fighter! Aldine, 1927
-The Young Corinthian. Aldine, 1925

WORTS, GEORGE F(RANK). SC: Peter Moore = PM.
Peter the Brazen. novelets (all with PM)

WREN, P(ERCIVAL) C(HRISTOPHER)
Beggars' Horses. Murray, 1934
To the Hilt; see Worth While
Worth While. Murray, 1937. U.S. title: To the Hilt. Houghton, 1937

WRIGHT, AUSTIN M(cGIFFERT). 1922-2003.

WRIGHT, JOHN. 1933- . Born and living in S. Afr.; active in collecting, preserving and
writing for (over 200 scripts) South African dramatic radio shows; also collected U.S. radio shows; author of westerns as Ray Nolan.

WRIGHT, KEITH. Policeman in Nottingham C.I.D.

WRIGHT, KRISTINA
Dangerous Curves. Silhouette, 1999 [Fla.]

WRIGHT, L. R. SC: Edwina "Eddie" Henderson = EH, and in subsequent novel.
Kidnap. EH

WRIGHT, T(ERENCE) M(ICHAEL)
Goodlow's Ghosts. Gollancz, 1993

WYLDE, JACK
        -Born to Win. Aldine, 1922
-The Traitor of the Team. Aldine, 1923

WYNN, ANGUS. ca.1952- .

XIAOLONG, QUI. SC: Insp. Chen Cao, in title below and subsequent novels.

YASTROW, SHELBY
Under Oath. [Chi.]

YATES, EDMUND (HODGSON). Born in Edinburgh; long employed with the Post Office,
        while also an editor and writer.

YBARRA, RICHARD MEANS. correct to: YBARRA, RICARDO MEANS

YORK, BILL [WILLIAM E. YORK]. ca.1926- . Living in Ga.

YORKE, CURTIS. Born in Glasgow; published over 50 romances.

YORKE, MARGARET
-Summer Flight. Hale, 1957

YOUNG, F(LORENCE) E(THEL) MILLS. Wrote over 50 novels.

YOUNG, MARY ANN
The Shimmering Stones. Dell, 1973 [South]

YOUNG, SCOTT. SC: Matteesie Kitologtitak (correction)

YUKIC, ELEANOR CLARKE
Deadly Games. Xlibris, 2000 [acad.]

ZACHARY, FAY (NEDRA). 1931-2002.

ZEC, DONALD
The Deal. NEL, 1979

ZIEGLER, ROBERT. 1944- . SC: Brandon Harrison and Tiny Wolffe, in all titles.
The Dark Hill Murders. Commonwealth pb (Edmon.), 1995; iUniverse pb, 2001
Resolution. Press-Tige pb (N.Y.), 2000

ZIMMERHANZEL, LINDA E. ca.1965- . Pseudonym: Laura Bradley, q.v.

ZIMMERMAN, R. D.
Deadfall in Berlin. [Chi.]

ZOCHERT, DONALD
Another Weeping Woman. Aadd U.K. edition: Hale, 1983

ZUEHLKE, MARK. SC: Elias McCann, in title below and subsequent novels.