Author:Isabel Egenton Ostrander

Isabel Egenton Ostrander
(1883–1924)
American mystery writer. In the 1920s, Ostrander was notable enough that Agatha Christie parodied her in her Tommy and Tuppence anthology, Partners in Crime (1929). Pen names: Robert Orr Chipperfield, David Fox, Douglas Grant and Isabel Ostrander. Excerpted from Isabel Ostrander on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Isabel Egenton Ostrander

WorksEdit


  • "The One Who Knew," All-Story, Oct-Dec 1911, Jan, Feb 1912
  • "The Heritage of Cain," Cavalier, Mar 30-May 11, 1912
  • "The Affair Across the Street," Cavalier, Sep 13-20 1913
  • "Eyes That Saw Not," Cavalier, Feb 14, Feb 21- Mar 7 1914
  • "The Man Who Died," All-Story Cavalier Weekly, Dec 12 1914
  • At One-Thirty, a Damon Gaunt novel, 1915
  • "The Crevice" [with William J. Burns], The Blue Book Magazine, Jan, May-Jul 1915
  • "Mystery of the Poison Pen," All-Story Weekly, May 5, 12, 1917
  • "Between Heaven and Earth," All-Story Weekly, Jun 9, Jul 7 1917
  • "The Fifth Ace," The Argosy, Dec 15 1917 as Douglas Grant
  • "Suspense, " All-Story Weekly, Apr 6-27 1918
  • "Booty," The Argosy, Nov 16 1918 as Douglas Grant
  • "The Single Trace, Argosy, Sep 13 1919 as Douglas Grant
  • "Ashes to Ashes," All-Story Weekly, Sep 27-Nov 1 1919
  • "Anything Once," Argosy, Apr 10 1920 as Douglas Grant
  • "The Shadowers
    • 1: "The Man Who Convicted Himself," All-Story Weekly, May 1, 8, 1920 as David Fox.
  • "How Many Cards?," Argosy All-Story Weekly, Aug 7 1920
  • "The Doom Dealer," Argosy All-Story Weekly, Mar 24 1923 as David Fox.
  • "Annihilation," Argosy All-Story Weekly, Nov 17, Nov 24-Dec 29 1923
  • "Bright Lights," Argosy All-Story Weekly, Dec 22, 29 1923 as Robert Orr Chipperfield
  • The Second Bullet ??
  • "Liberation," Argosy All-Story Weekly, Jul 19 1924
 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1934, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.