Kathleen Freeman
1897-1959
Pseudonyms: Mary Fitt and Stuart Mary Wick
 

Kathleen Freeman was born at Yardley in east Birmingham. She attended the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire in Cardiff. In 1919, she was appointed Lecturer in Greek. She also wrote under the pseudonyms 'Mary Fitt', and 'Stuart Mary Wick'.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Intruder, and other stories (short stories)  1926
 2) Gown and Shroud  1947
As 'Mary Fitt'
 1) Murder Mars the Tour  1936
 2) Three Sisters Flew Home  1936
 3) Bulls Like Death  1937
 4) The Three Hunting Horns  1937
 5) Expected Death  1938
 6) Sky-Rocket  1938
 7) Death at Dancing Stones  1939
 8) Murder of a Mouse  1939
 9) Death Starts a Rumor  1940
10) Death and Mary Dazill (US Title: Aftermath of Murder)  1941
11) Death on Herons' Mere (US Title: Death Finds a Target)  1941
12) Requiem for Robert  1942
13) Clues to Christabel  1944
14) Death and the Pleasant Voices  1946
15) A Fine and Private Place  1947
16) Death and the Bright Day  1948
17) The Banquet Ceases  1949
18) Pity for Pamela  1950
19) An Ill Wind  1951
20) Death and the Shortest Day  1952
21) The Night-Watchman's Friend  1953
22) Love from Elizabeth  1954
23) The Man Who Shot Birds and other tales (short stories)  1954
24) Sweet Poison  1956
25) The Late Uncle Max  1957
26) Case for the Defence  1958
27) Mizmaze  1959
28) There Are More Ways of Killing ...  1960
As 'Stuart Mary Wick'
 1) And Where's Mr. Bellamy?  1948
 2) The Statue and the Lady  1950

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