Dorothy Salisbury Davis
1916-2014
  

Dorothy Salisbury Davis was born in Chicago. She worked in advertising as a research librarian and as an editor of The Merchandiser. She is the creator of:
1. ‘Julie Hayes’, a gossip columnist for a New York newspaper.
2. ‘Mrs. Norris’, a housekeeper and amateur sleuth.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
‘Julie Hayes’ Novels
 1) A Death in the Life  1976
 2) Scarlet Night  1980
 3) Lullaby of Murder  1984
 4) The Habit of Fear  1987
‘Mrs. Norris’ Novels
 1) Death of an Old Sinner  1957
 2) A Gentleman Called  1958
 3) Old Sinners Never Die  1959
Other Novels
 1) The Judas Cat  1949
 2) A Gentle Murderer  1951
 3) The Clay Hand  1952
 5) A Town of Masks  1952
 6) Black Sheep, White Lamb  1963
 7) The Pale Betrayer  1965
 8) Enemy and Brother  1967
 9) God Speed the Night (with Jerome Ross)  1968
10) Where the Dark Streets Go  1969
11) Shock Wave  1972
12) The Little Brothers  1973
13) Tales for a Stormy Night (short stories)  1984
14) In the Still of the Night  2001

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