Anthony Gilbert was actually a female: Lucy Beatrice Malleson. I would never have guessed. little honeymoon cottage.
Anthony Gilbert was actually a female: Lucy Beatrice Malleson. She wrote alot of true thrillers. One of the ladies he conned was a bit smarter than the rest and she had to endure hell before she was rescued and it will be obvious to Gilbert fans who rescued her-none other than the famous Harry Crook; larger than life; drives a monstrosity of a car he ca lls "the Scourge". Every policeman has heard of Arthur and his Scourge.
Lady-Killer ((Black Dagger Mystery Series)). June 1997, Chivers North America.
Her first mystery novel followed a visit to Anthony Gilbert was the pen name of Lucy Beatrice Malleson, an English crime writer.
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Book by Gilbert, Anthony. Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Out for the Kill (Black Dagger Crime). Published by Black Dagger Crime. ISBN 10: 0754086127 ISBN 13: 9780754086123.
Anthony Gilbert, the pen name of Lucy Beatrice Malleson (15 February 1899 – 9 December 1973), was an English crime writer who was a cousin of actor-screenwriter Miles Malleson. Lucy Malleson was born in London. When her stockbroker father lost his job the family suffered financial hardship, and she took up shorthand typing to earn a living
A thriller called "Lady Killer" by Anthony Gilbert, published in 1951. I'm surprised that Gilbert (real name Lucy Mallison, cousin of the actor Miles Mallison) who died in 1973, did not sue!
A thriller called "Lady Killer" by Anthony Gilbert, published in 1951.