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|Death:||3rd August, 2014|
Dorothy Salisbury Davis was born in Chicago, Illinois. She was an American suspense novelist and short stories writer. She published many novels and short stories. She wrote 20 novels and dozens of stories during a five-decade career that brought six Edgar Award nominations from the Mystery Writers of America. A mordant wit with an infectious smile, Davis crested to fame in the 1950s with novels such as "The Judas Cat," "A Gentle Murderer" and "A Town of Masks." In her 1963 book, “Black Sheep, White Lamb,” she wrote of a woman who “pecked over her obsessions like a crow at a corpse.”
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