Minna Bardon

Minna Feibleman Bardon was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was an author, a copywriter for the Thompson Advertising Agency, editor of manuscripts for Writers' Digest, a book reviewer for The Enquirer, and a social worker.


Titles and year of publication:  

 1) The Case of the Dead Grandmother (Also published as: Murder for Real [1947])  1937
 2) The Case of the Advertised Murders  1939
 3) Murder Does Light Housekeeping (Also published as: The Case of the Blood-Stained Dime [1941])  1941
 4) Blood Red Death  1947
 5) His Best Girl  1949