GOODMAN, Jonathan. British, b. 1931. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Poetry, Criminology/True Crime, History, Literary criticism and history. Career: Theatre dir. and television producer for companies in the UK, 1951-64; General Ed., Celebrated Trials Series, 1972-. Publications: Matinee Idylls (poetry), 1954; Instead of Murder (novel), 1961; Criminal Tendencies (novel), 1964; Hello Cruel World Goodbye (novel), 1964; The Killing of Julia Wallace, 1969; Bloody Versicles, 1971; Posts-Mortem, 1971; (ed.) Trial of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, 1973; (ed.) Trial of Ruth Ellis, 1975; The Burning of Evelyn Foster, 1977; The Last Sentence (novel), 1978; The Stabbing of George Harry Storrs, 1982; The Pleasures of Murder, 1983; The Railway Murders, 1984; Who He?, 1984; The Seaside Murders, 1985; (ed.) The Crippen File, 1985; (with I. Will) Underworld, 1985; (ed.) The Christmas Murders, 1986; The Moors Murders, 1986; Acts of Murder, 1986; Murder in High Places, 1986; The Master Eccentric, 1986; The Slaying of Joseph Bowne Elwell, 1987; The Country House Murders, 1987; The Vintage Car Murders, 1988; Murder in Low Places, 1988; The Oscar Wilde File, 1988; The Lady Killers, 1989; The Art of Murder, 1990; The Passing of Starr Faithfull, 1990; The Medical Murders, 1991; The Supernatural Murders, 1992; Masterpieces of Murder, 1992; The Daily Telegraph Murder File, 1993; The Daily Telegraph Modern Murder File, 1995. Address: 43 Ealing Village, London W5 2LZ, England.