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BLOCK, Lawrence.

BLOCK, Lawrence. Also writes as Chip Harrison, Paul Kavanagh. American, b. 1938. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Recreation, Writing/Journalism. Publications: MYSTERY NOVELS: Death Pulls a Double Cross, 1961: Mona, 1961; The Case of the Pornographic Photos, 1961 (in UK as Marham: The Case of the Pornographic Photos, 1965); The Girl with the Long Green Heart, 1965; The Cancelled Czech, 1966; The Thief Who Couldn't Sleep, 1966; Deadly 1967; Tanner's Twelve Swingers, 1967; Two for Tanner, 1967; Here Comes a Hero, 1968; Tanner's Tiger, 1968; After the First Death, 1969; The Specialists, 1969; Me Tanner, You Jane, 1970; In the Midst of Death, 1976; Sin of the Fathers, 1977; Time to Murder and Create, 1977; Burglars Can't Be Choosers, 1977; The Burglar in the Closet, 1978; The Burglar Who Liked to Quote Kipling, 1979; Aniel, 1980; The Burglar Who Studied Spinoza, 1981; A Stab in the Dark, 1981; Eight Million Ways to Die, 1982; The Burglar Who Painted Like Mondrian, 1983; Like a Lamb to Slaughter (in UK as Five Little Rich Girls), 1984; When the Sacred Ginmill Closes, 1986; Into the Night (completion of C. Woolrich novel), 1987; Coward's Kiss, 1987; You Could Call It Murder, 1987; Random Walk, 1988; Spider Spin Me a Web, 1988; Out on the Cutting Edge, 1989; A Ticket to the Bone Yard, 1990; A Dance at the Slaughterhouse, 1991; A Walk among the Tombstones, 1992; The Devil Knows You're Dead, 1993; A Long Line of Dead Men, 1994; The Burglar Who Traded Ted Williams, 1994; The Burglar Who Thought He Was Bogart, 1995; Even the Wicked, 1997; The Burglar in the Library, 1997; Tanner on Ice, 1998; Everybody Dies, 1998; Hit Man, 1998; Hit List, 2000; Hope to Die, 2001; Small Town, 2003; The Burgler on the Prowl, 2004. NOVELS: Ronald Rabbit Is a Dirty Old Man, 1971; (with H. King) Code of Arms, 1981. OTHER: A Guide Book to Australian Coins, 1964; (with D.R. Krause) Swiss Shooting Talers and Medals, 1965; Writing the Novel, 1979; Telling Lies for Fun and Profit, 1981; (with C. Morrison) Real Food Places, 1981; Sometimes They Bite (short stories), 1984; Write for Your Life, 1985; Spider, Spin Me a Web, 1988; Some Days You Get the Bear (stories), 1993; After Hours, 1995. AS CHIP HARRISON: Make Out with Murder, 1974; The Topless Tulip Caper, 1975; No Score, 1970; Chip Harrison Scores Again, 1971; Introducing Chip Harrison (omnibus), 1984. NOVELS AS PAUL KAVANAGH: Such Men Are Dangerous, 1969; The Triumph of Evil, 1971; Not Comin' Home to You, 1974. Address: c/o HarperCollins Author Mail, 10 E 53rd St 7th Fl, New York, NY 10022, U.S.A. Online address: www.LawrenceBlock.com

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