Albert, Susan Wittig

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ALBERT, Susan Wittig

ALBERT, Susan Wittig. Also writes as Robin Paige. American, b. 1940. Genres: Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Young adult fiction, Literary criticism and history, Writing/Journalism. Career: University of San Francisco, CA, instructor, 196971; University of Texas, Austin, assistant professor, 1972-77, associate professor, 1977-79, associate dean of graduate school, 1977-79; Sophie Newcomb College, New Orleans, LA, dean, 1979-81; Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, graduate dean, 1981-82, vice president for academic affairs, 1982-86, professor of English, 1981-87; full-time writer, 1987-. Publications: NONFICTION: (trans. with others, and ed.) The Poetics of Composition, 1973; Steps to Structure (textbook), 1975; (ed.) Structuralism, 1976; Stylistic and Narrative Structures in the Middle English Verse Romances, 1977; (with others) The Participating Reader (textbook), 1979; Work of Her Own: How Women Create Success and Fulfillment off the Traditional Career Track, 1992, as Work of Her Own: A Woman's Guide to Success off the Career Track, 1994; Writing from Life, 1997. CHINA BAYLES MYSTERY NOVELS: Thyme of Death, 1992; Witches' Bane, 1993; Hangman's Root, 1994; Rosemary Remembered, 1995; Rueful Death, 1996; Love Lies Bleeding, 1997; Chile Death, 1998; Lavender and Lies, 1999; Mistletoe Man, 2000; Bloodroot, 2001; Indigo Dying, 2003. AS ROBIN PAIGE. KATE AND CHARLES MYSTERY NOVELS (with Bill Albert): Death at Bishop's Keep, 1994; Death at Gallow's Green, 1995; Death at Daisy's Folly, 1997; Death at Devil's Bridge, 1998; Death at Rottingdean, 1999; Death at Whitechapel, 2000; Death at Epsom Downs, 2001; Death at Dartmoor, 2002; Death at Glamis Castle, 2003. Author/co-author of children's books, including several mysteries in the "Nancy Drew" and "Hardy Boys" series. Address: Box 1616, Bertram, TX 78605, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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