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The early McCloy e-book

Author:

Helen McCloy

Language:

English

Category:

Mystery

ePub size:

1101 kb

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Rating:

4.1

Publisher:

Gollancz (1973)

Pages:

512

ISBN:

0575016752

The early McCloy e-book

by Helen McCloy


Helen McCloy (June 6, 1904 New York – December 1, 1992 Boston), pseudonym Helen Clarkson, was an American mystery writer, whose series character Dr. Basil Willing debuted in Dance of Death (1938).

Helen McCloy (June 6, 1904 New York – December 1, 1992 Boston), pseudonym Helen Clarkson, was an American mystery writer, whose series character Dr. He appeared in 13 of McCloy's novels and in several of her short stories.

A VERY SPECIAL MYSTERY ANTHOLOGY FEATURING THE BEST BY THE BES. n 1984, Mystery Writers of America brought together a roster of authors that has rarely been equaled before or since.

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In 1923,she went to France, where she attended in 1923-24 the Sorbonne, Paris. She then worked for Hearst's Universal News Service (1927-32), as an art critic for International Studio and other magazines, and free-lance contributor to London Morning Post and Parnassus. McCloy returned to the United States in 1932.

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A Quaker, McCloy studied at the Brooklyn Friends School in New York

A Quaker, McCloy studied at the Brooklyn Friends School in New York. At fourteen, she published a literary essay in the Boston Transcript; at fifteen, she published verse in the New York Times. McCloy lived in France for eight years, studying at the Sorbonne in 1923 and 1924. McCloy was Paris correspondent for the Universal News Service (1927-31) and the monthly art magazine International Studio (1930-31).


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