2009-01-08 00:41:23 UTC
Unlikely, of course, but I can find no evidence he's not with us.
He was born in Glasgow, moved to the U.S. at age 11, and a lot of his
books seem to have Scottish themes.
The last address I have for him is West Hartford, Connecticut.
WRITINGS BY THE AUTHOR:
The Mystery of the Ruined Abbey, McGraw, 1954.
Kickoff, McGraw, 1955.
Danger in the Mist, McGraw, 1956.
The Team That Wouldn't Quit, McGraw, 1957.
Wee Joseph, McGraw, 1957.
Two for the Fair, McGraw, 1958.
A Very Small Miracle, Crown, 1969.
Mound Menace, Follett, 1969.
The Mystery of Mordach Castle, Follett, 1970.
Published by McKay:
A Goal for Greg, 1958.
Ghost in the Castle, 1960.
A Dog Like No Other, 1965.
A Place by the Fire, 1966.
The Secret of the Dark Tower, 1967.
Score: A Baker's Dozen Sports Stories, 1967.
The Smallest Monster in the World, 1969.
Secret of the Sacred Stone, 1970.
A Ghost around the House, 1970.
Published by Dodd:
The Ghost of Grannoch Moor, 1973.
Alfie and Me and the Ghost of Peter Stuyvesant, 1974.
The Cat That Never Died, 1976.
The Kid Who Owned Manhattan Island, 1976.
Witch of Glen Gowrie, 1978.
The Silent Bells, 1978.
The Soccer Orphans, 1979.
Kenny and the Highland Ghost, 1980.
Terror Run, 1983.
A Dog Called Porridge, 1985.