Fulton Oursler
1893-1952
Pseudonym: Anthony Abbot
 

Charles Fulton Oursler was born in Baltimore. He was a journalist, editor and author. He also wrote under the pseudonym 'Anthony Abbot'.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) The Spider (with Lowell Brentano)  1926
 2) The Wager, and the House at Fernwood (novelets)  1946
As 'Anthony Abbot'
 1) About the Murder of Geraldine Foster (UK Title: The Murder of Geraldine Foster [1931])  1930
 2) About the Murder of the Clergyman's Mistress (UK Title: Crime of the Century [1931]) (Also published as: Murder of the Clergyman's Mistress [1950]; and as: Mysterious Murder of the Blonde Play-Girl [193?])  1931
 
 3) About the Murder of the Night Club Lady (UK Title: Murder of the Night Club Lady [1932]) (Also published as: The Night Club Lady [1932])  1931
 4) About the Murder of the Circus Queen (UK Title: Murder of the Circus Queen [1933])  1932
 5) About the Murder of a Startled Lady (UK Title: Murder of a Startled Lady [1936])  1935
 6) About the Murder of a Man Afraid of Women (UK Title: Murder of Man Afraid of Women [1937])  1937
 7) The Creeps (UK Title: Murder at Buzzards Bay [1940])  1939
 8) The Shudders (UK Title: Deadly Secret [1943])  1943
 9) These Are Strange Tales (short stories)  1948

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