Friday's "Forgotten" Books - The House at Balnesmoor - In Reference to Murder

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November 09, 2012


Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

Thanks for all the info BV - I keep thinking this is an author I've encountered before but can't think of which book. Sounds like fun thogh, thanks for the thorough overview. It can be such a nightmare with prolific authors who used multiple pseudonyms.

BV Lawson

Apparently, Rae ended up focusing most of his efforts on his alter-ego Jessica Stirling and romance novels because they simply paid better. He pretty much abandoned his procedural and traditional crime fiction efforts that he focused on initially, but did spread out into spy thrillers, some forensic novels, etc. Most of his books are out of print, alas.

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