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Carr, Margaret

CARR, Margaret

CARR, Margaret. Also writes as Martin Carroll, Belle Jackson, Carole Kerr. British, b. 1935. Genres: Novels, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Romance/Historical. Career: Formerly a local government secretary. Publications: NOVELS: Spring into Love, 1967. MYSTERY NOVELS: Tread Warily at Midnight, 1971; Sitting Duck, 1972; Who's The Target, 1974; Wait for the Wake, 1974; Too Close for Comfort, 1974; Blood Will Out, 1975; Blindman's Bluff, 1976; Dare the Devil, 1976; Sharendel, 1976; Out of the Past, 1976; Twin Tragedy, 1977; The Witch of Wykham, 1978; Daggers Drawn, 1980; Deadly Pursuit, 1991; Dark Intruder, 1991. MYSTERY NOVELS AS MARTIN CARROLL: Begotten Murder, 1967; Blood Vengeance, 1968; Dead Trouble, 1968; Goodbye Is Forever, 1968; Too Beautiful to Die, 1969; Bait, 1970; Miranda Said Murder, 1970; Hear No Evil, 1971. AS BELLE JACKSON: In the Dark of the Day, 1988; Valdez's Lady, 1989. NOVELS AS CAROLE KERR: Not for Sale, 1975; Shadow of the Hunter, 1975; A Time to Surrender, 1975; Love All Start, 1977; Lamb to the Slaughter, 1978; An Innocent Abroad, 1979; When Dreams Come True, 1980; Stolen Heart, 1981. Address: Waverley, Wavering Lane, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4NR, England.

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