Duncan, Lois

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DUNCAN, Lois. Also writes as Lois Kerry. American, b. 1934. Genres: Novels, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Poetry, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Paranormal, Young adult non-fiction, Essays, Children's non-fiction. Career: University of New Mexico, Journalism Dept., instructor, 1970-82; Woman's Day, contributing editor; freelance writer. Publications: Debutante Hill, 1958; The Littlest One in the Family, 1960; The Middle Sister, 1961; Game of Danger, 1962; Silly Mother, 1962; Giving Away Suzanne, 1963; Season of the Two-Heart, 1964; Ransom, 1966; Point of Violence, 1966; They Never Came Home, 1969; Major Andre, Brave Enemy, 1969; Peggy, 1970; A Gift of Magic, 1971; Hotel for Dogs, 1971; I Know What You Did Last Summer, 1973; When the Bough Breaks, 1973; Down a Dark Hall, 1974; Summer of Fear, 1976; Killing Mr. Griffin, 1978; Daughters of Eve, 1979; How to Write and Sell Your Personal Experiences, 1979; Stranger with My Face, 1981; Chapters: My Growth as a Writer, 1982; From Spring to Spring, 1982; The Terrible Tales of Happy Days School, 1983; The Third Eye, 1984; Locked In Time, 1985; Horses of Dreamland, 1985; The Twisted Window, 1987; Wonder Kid Meets the Evil Lunch Snatcher, 1988; Songs from Dreamland, 1989; Don't Look Behind You, 1989; The Birthday Moon, 1989; Who Killed My Daughter?, 1992; The Circus Comes Home, 1993; Psychic Connections: A Journey into the Mysterious World of Psi, 1995; The Magic of Spider Woman, 1995; Gallows Hill, 1997; The Longest Hair in the World, 1999; I Walk at Night, 2000; Song of the Circus, 2002. AS LOIS KERRY: Love Song for Joyce, 1958; A Promise for Joyce, 1959. EDITOR: Night Terrors (anthology), 1996; Trapped, 1998; On the Edge, 2000. Address: c/o Random House Inc, Juvenile Dept, 1540 Broadway, New York, NY 10030, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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