MACEOIN, Denis. Also writes as Jonathan Aycliffe, Daniel Easterman. British (born Northern Ireland), b. 1949. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Horror, Plays/Screenplays, Area studies, History, Medicine/Health, Politics/Government, Theology/Religion. Career: University of Fez, Morocco, maitre de conferences, 1979-80; University of Newcastle, England, lecturer in Arabic and Islamic studies, 1981-86; writer. University of Durham, Honorary fellow of Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies, 1986-. UK Natural Medicines Society, chairman. Publications: NONFICTION: (ed. with A. al-Shahi) Islam in the Modern World, 1983; A People Apart: The Bahai Community of Iran in the Twentieth Century, 1989; The Sources for Early Babi Doctrine and History: A Survey, 1992; Rituals in Babism and Bahaism, 1994; (with C. Thomson) The Health Crisis. NOVELS AS JONATHAN AYCLIFFE: Naomi's Room, 1991; Whispers in the Dark, 1992, play, 1997; The Vanishment, 1993; The Matrix, 1994; The Lost, 1996; A Shadow on the Wall, 2000; The Talisman, 2000. NOVELS AS DANIEL EASTERMAN: The Last Assassin, The Seventh Sanctuary, 1987; The Ninth Buddha, 1989; Brotherhood of the Tomb, 1990; Night of the Seventh Darkness, 1991; Name of the Beast, 1992; The Judas Testament, 1994; Night of the Apocalypse, 1995 (in UK as Day of Wrath); The Final Judgement, 1996; "K," 1997; Incarnation, 1998; The Jaguar Mask, 2000; Midnight Comes at Noon, 2001. OTHER AS EASTERMAN: New Jerusalems: Reflections on Islam, Fundamentalism, and the Rushdie Affair, 1993. Contributor of reviews and articles to newspapers and journals. Address: c/o Curtis Brown, Haymarket House, 28/29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4SP, England.