Lovesey, Peter (Harmer)
LOVESEY, Peter (Harmer)
LOVESEY, Peter (Harmer). Also writes as Peter Lear. British, b. 1936. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Sports/Fitness. Career: Hammersmith and West London College, London, head of General Education Dept., 1969-75. Publications: The Kings of Distance, 1968; (with T. McNab) The Guide to British Track and Field Literature, 1275-1968, 1969; Wobble to Death, 1970; The Detective Wore Silk Drawers, 1971; Abracadaver, 1972; Mad Hatter's Holiday, 1973; Invitation to a Dynamite Party (in U.S. as The Tick of Death), 1974; A Case of Spirits, 1975; Swing, Swing Together, 1976; (as Peter Lear) Goldengirl, 1977; Waxwork, 1978; The Official Centenary History of the Amateur Athletic Association, 1979; (as Peter Lear) Spider Girl, 1980; The False Inspector Dew, 1982; Keystone, 1983; Butchers and Other Stories of Crime, 1985; (as Peter Lear) The Secret of Spandau, 1986; Rough Cider, 1986; Bertie and the Tinman, 1987; On the Edge, 1989; Bertie and the Seven Bodies, 1990; The Last Detective, 1991; Diamond Solitaire, 1992; Bertie and the Crime of Passion, 1993; The Crime of Miss Oyster Brown and Other Stories, 1994; The Summons, 1995; Bloodhounds, 1996; Upon a Dark Night, 1997; Do Not Exceed the Stated Dose, 1998; The Vault, 1999; The Reaper, 2000; An Athletics Compendium, 2001; The Sedgemoor Strangler and Other Stories, 2001; Diamond Dust, 2002. Address: c/o Vanessa Holt Ltd, 59 Crescent Rd, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex SS9 2PF, England.
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