Michael Butterworth
1924-1986
Pseudonyms: Michael Dobson, Sarah Kemp and Carola Salisbury
 

John Michael "Mike" Butterworth was born in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. He was an author, editor, and comic book writer. He trained as an artist and worked for a short time as a tutor in drawing at Nottingham College of Art. Shortly before his death, he legally changed his name to Michael Marlowe. He is the creator of 'Tina May', a celebrity pathologist and television show hostess (under the pseudonym 'Sarah Kemp').

 

Titles and year of publication:  

 'Tina May' Novels (as Sarah Kemp)
 1) No Escape  1985
 2) Lure of Sweet Death  1986
 3) What Dread Hand?  1987
 Other Novels
 1) The Soundless Scream  1967
 2) Walk Softly in Fear  1968
 3) Vanishing Act (US Title: The Uneasy Sun [1970])  1970
 4) Flowers for a Dead Witch  1971
 5) The Black Look  1972
 6) Villa on the Shore  1973
 7) The Man in the Sopwith Camel  1974
 8) Festival!  1976
 9) Remains to Be Seen  1976
10) X Marks the Spot  1978
11) The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo  1983
12) A Virgin on the Rocks  1985
13) The Five Million Dollar Prince  1986
 As 'William Dobson'
 1) The Child Player  1981
 2) The Ripper  1981
 As 'Sarah Kemp'
 1) Goodbye, Pussy (US Title: Over the Edge [1979])  1979
 As 'Carola Salisbury'
 1) Mallion's Pride (US Title: The Pride of the Trevallions [1974])  1974
 2) Dark Inheritance  1975
 3) The Dolphin Summer  1977
 4) The Winter Bride  1978
 5) The Shadowed Spring  1980
 6) Count Vronsky's Daughter  1981
 7) An Autumn in Araby  1983
 8) Daisy Friday  1984
 9) A Certain Splendour  1985
10) The Woman in Grey  1987

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