Kathleen Freeman


UK flag (1897 - 1959)

aka Mary Fitt, Stuart Mary Wick

Kathleen Freeman was born 22 June 1897 in England and died in 1959. She was a distinguished Greek scholar and prolific writer with three pseudonyms.

Genres: Mystery
 
Series
Superintendent Mallett (as by Mary Fitt)
   1. Expected Death (1938)
   2. Sky-rocket (1938)
   3. Death At Dancing Stones (1939)
   4. Murder of a Mouse (1939)
   5. Death Starts a Rumour (1940)
   6. Death and Mary Dazill (1941)
     aka Aftermath of Murder
   7. Death On Heron's Mere (1941)
     aka Death Finds a Target
   8. Requiem For Robert (1942)
   9. Clues to Christabel (1944)
   10. Death and the Pleasant Voices (1946)
   11. A Fine and Private Place (1947)
   12. Death and the Bright Day (1948)
   13. The Banquet Ceases (1949)
   14. An Ill Wind (1951)
   15. Death And The Shortest Day (1952)
   16. Love from Elizabeth (1954)
   17. The Man Who Shot Birds (1954)
   18. Sweet Poison (1956)
   19. Mizmaze (1959)
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Novels
   Murder Mars the Tour (1936) (as by Mary Fitt)
   Three Sisters Flew Home (1936) (as by Mary Fitt)
   The Three Hunting Horns (1937) (as by Mary Fitt)
   Bulls Like Death (1937) (as by Mary Fitt)
   Gown and Shroud (1947)
   And Where's Mr. Bellamy? (1948) (as by Stuart Mary Wick)
   Pity for Pamela (1950) (as by Mary Fitt)
   The Statue and the Lady (1950) (as by Stuart Mary Wick)
   The Night-watchman's Friend (1953) (as by Mary Fitt)
   The Late Uncle Max (1957) (as by Mary Fitt)
   Case for the Defence (1958) (as by Mary Fitt)
   There Are More Ways Of Killing .... (1960) (as by Mary Fitt)
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Collections
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Short stories
The Amethyst Cross (as by Mary Fitt)
The Doctor (as by Mary Fitt)