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Marlowe, Stephen

MARLOWE, Stephen

MARLOWE, Stephen. Also writes as Andrew Frazer, Milton Lesser, Jason Ridgway, C. H. Thames. American, b. 1928. Genres: Novels, Mystery/ Crime/Suspense, Science fiction/Fantasy, Young adult fiction, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Member, Board of Dirs., Mystery Writers of America. Publications: MYSTERY NOVELS: Catch the Brass Ring, 1954; Turn Left for Murder, 1955; Model for Murder, 1955; The Second Longest Night, 1955; Dead on Arrival, 1956; Mecca for Murder, 1956, (as C.H. Thames) Violence Is Golden, 1956; Killers Are My Meat, 1957; Murder Is My Dish, 1957; Trouble Is My Name, 1957; (as Jason Ridgway) West Side Jungle, 1958; Violence Is My Business, 1958; Terror Is My Trade, 1958; Blond Bait, 1959; (with R.S. Prather) Double in Trouble, 1959; (as Andrew Frazer) Find Eileen Harden-Alive!, 1959; Passport to Peril, 1959; Homicide Is My Game, 1959; (as Jason Ridgway) Adam's Fall, 1960; Danger Is My Line, 1960; Death Is My Comrade, 1960; (as Andrew Frazer) The Fall of Marty Moon, 1960; Peril Is My Pay, 1960; Manhunt Is My Mission, 1961; (as Jason Ridgway) People in Glass Houses, 1961; Jeopardy Is My Job, 1962; (as Jason Ridgway) Hardly a Man Is Now Alive, 1962; (as C.H. Thames) Blood of My Brother, 1963; Francesca, 1963; Drum Beat-Berlin, 1964; Drum Beat-Dominique, 1965; Drum Beat-Madrid, 1966; (as Jason Ridgway) The Treasure of the Cosa Nostra, 1966; The Search for Bruno Heidler, 1966; Drum Beat-Erica, 1967; Come Over, Red Rover, 1968; Drum Beat-Marianne, 1968; The Summit, 1970; The Man with No Shadow, 1974; The Cawthorn Journals, 1975, in U.K. paperback as Too Many Chiefs, 1977; Translation, 1976; The Valkyrie Encounter, 1978; "1956," 1981; Deborah's Legacy, 1983. SCIENCE FICTION NOVELS AS MILTON LESSER: Earthbound, 1952; The Star Seekers, 1953; Stadium beyond the Stars, 1960; Spacemen Go Home, 1961; Secret of the Black Planet (short stories), 1965. NOVELS: The Shining, 1963; Colossus, 1972; The Memoirs of Christopher Columbus, 1987; The Death and Life of Miguel De Cervantes, 1991; The Lighthouse at the End of the World, 1995. Address: c/o Mildred Marmur Associates, 2005 Palmer Ave PMB 127, Larchmont, NY 10538, U.S.A.

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