Roberts, Willo Davis
ROBERTS, Willo Davis
ROBERTS, Willo Davis. American, b. 1928. Genres: Novels, Mystery/ Crime/Suspense, Romance/Historical, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction. Career: Writer. Publications: Murder at Grand Bay, 1955; Girl Who Wasn't There, 1957; Murder Is So Easy, 1961; Suspected Four, 1962; Nurse Kay's Conquest, 1966; Once a Nurse, 1966; Nurse at Mystery Villa, 1967; Return to Darkness, 1969; Waiting Darkness, 1970; Shroud of Fog, 1970; Devil Boy, 1970; Shadow of a Past Love, 1970; House at Fern Canyon, 1970; The Tarot Spell, 1970; Invitation to Evil, 1970; Terror Trap, 1971; King's Pawn, 1971; Gates of Montrain, 1971; The Watchers, 1971; Ghosts of Harrel, 1971; Inherit the Darkness, 1972; Nurse in Danger, 1972; Becca's Child, 1972; Sing a Dark Song, 1972; The Nurses, 1972; Face of Danger, 1972; Dangerous Legacy, 1972; Sinister Gardens, 1972; The M. D., 1972; The Evil Children, 1973; The Gods in Green, 1973; Nurse Robin, 1973; Didn't Anybody Know My Wife, 1974; White Jade, 1975; Key Witness, 1975; The View from the Cherry Tree, 1975; Expendable, 1976; The Jaubert Ring, 1976; Act of Fear, 1977; Cape of Black Sands, 1977; Don't Hurt Laurie, 1977; House of Imposters, 1977; Dark Dowry, 1978; The Minden Curse, 1978; The Cade Curse, 1978; The Stuart Stain, 1979; Devil's Double, 1979; Radkin Revenge, 1979; The Hellfire Heritage, 1979; The Macomber Menace, 1979; The Gresham Ghost, 1980; The Search for Willie, 1980; Destiny's Women, 1980; More Minden Curses, 1980; Girl with the Silver Eyes, 1980; The Face at the Window, 1981; A Long Time to Hate, 1982; The Gallant Spirit, 1982; Days of Valor, 1983; House of Fear, 1983; No Monsters in the Closet, 1983; The Pet Sitting Peril, 1983; Sniper, 1984; Keating's Landing, 1984; Eddie and the Fairy Godpuppy, 1984; Elizabeth, 1984; Babysitting Is a Dangerous Job, 1985; Caroline, 1985; Victoria, 1985; The Magic Book, 1985; The Annalise Experiment, 1985; My Rebel, My Love, 1986; To Share a Dream, 1986; Sugar Isn't Everything, 1987; Madawaska, 1988; Megan's Island, 1988; What Could Go Wrong?, 1989; Nightmare, 1989; To Grandmother's House We Go, 1990; Scared Stiff, 1991; Dark Secrets, 1991; Jo and the Bandit, 1992; What Are We Going to Do about David?, 1993; Caught! 1994; The Absolutely True Story of My Trip to Yellowstone with the Terrible Rupes, 1994; Twisted Summer, 1995; Secrets at Hidden Valley, 1997; Kidnappers, 1998; Pawns, 1998; Hostage, 2000; Buddy Is a Stupid Name for a Girl, 2001; Undercurrents, 2002; Rebel, 2003; Blood on His Hands, 2004. Address: 12020 W Engebretsen Rd, Granite Falls, WA 98252, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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