House, R(ichard) C(alvin)
HOUSE, R(ichard) C(alvin)
HOUSE, R(ichard) C(alvin). Also writes as Beau Jacques. American, b. 1927. Genres: Westerns/Adventure, History. Career: Ford Motor Company, Cleveland, OH, and Dearborn, MI, employee communications specialist, 1954-62; Occidental Life of California (insurance company), Los Angeles, employee communications specialist and editor of employee magazine, 1963-69; Jet Propulsion Laboratory (robotic spacecraft manufacturer), Pasadena, CA, employee communications specialist, 1969-92; novelist. Roundup (a publication of Western Writers of America), editor, 1985-88; Western Writers of America, president, 1984-85. Publications: So the Loud Torrent, 1977; Vengeance Mountain, 1980; The Sudden Gun, 1991; (with W.F. Bragg) Drumm's War, 1993; Requiem for a Rustler, 1993; Spindrift Ridge, 1993; Trackdown at Immigrant Lake, 1993; Warhawk, 1993; Ryerson's Manhunt, 1994; Verdict at Medicine Springs, 1994; Official Price Guide to Collectibles of the Early West, 1994; Stouthearted Men, 1995; Buckskinner, 1995. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to periodicals. Died 2004.