Earle-Hall, Wilton 1930-

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EARLE-HALL, Wilton 1930-

(Garet W. Earle, Wilton Earle, Ashley Hirleby)

PERSONAL:

Born December 5, 1930, in Anderson, SC; son of Wilton (a newspaper publisher and radio and television station owner) and Mary (Lightsey) Hall; divorced; children: Wilton III, Perry. Education: University of Georgia, A.B.J.

ADDRESSES:

Home—750 Wilton Hall Rd., Starr, SC 29684. Agent—Albert Zuckerman, Writers House, 21 West 26th St., New York, NY 10010.

CAREER:

Writer.

MEMBER:

Dramatists Guild of America, Authors League of America.

WRITINGS:

(Under pseudonym Garet W. Earle) The Coming (novel), Droke House (Atlanta, GA), 1972.

(Under pseudonym Garet W. Earle) Manse Jolly (novel), Droke House (Anderson, SC), 1973.

(Under name Wilton Earle; with Donald Gaskins) Final Truth: The Autobiography of Mass Murderer/Serial Killer Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins, Adept (Atlanta, GA), 1992.

(Under name Wilton Earle) Manse: One Man's War (novel), Adept (Atlanta, GA), 1996.

(Under name Wilton Earle) Terilynn: America's Youngest Serial Murderer (novel), Adept (Atlanta, GA), 2000.

Also author of Windsor, Zebra Books (New York, NY); and a stage adaptation, 1984, Dramatic Publishing (Chicago, IL). Some writings appear under the pseudonym Ashley Hirleby.

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