E C R Lorac


(Edith Caroline Rivett)
UK flag (1884 - 1959)

aka Carol Carnac

Edith Caroline Rivett (who wrote under the pseudonyms E.C.R. Lorac and Carol Carnac) was a British crime writer. She was born in Hendon, Middlesex (now London). She attended the South Hampstead High School, and the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London.[1] She was a member of the Detection Club. She was a very prolific writer, having written forty-eight mysteries under her first pen name, and twenty-three under her second. She was an important author of the Golden Age of Detective Fiction.
 
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Novels
The Burning Question (1957) (as by Carol Carnac)
Death in Triplicate (1958)
     aka People Will Talk
Death of a Lady Killer (1959) (as by Carol Carnac)
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Omnibus