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Phoebe Atwood Taylor

Phoebe Atwood Taylor (18 May 1909-9 Jan 1976): Mystery, Thriller, Humor, and Americana author; born In Boston; 1930 B.A., Lucille Pulitzer Scholar, Barnard College, New York; married Dr.Grantly Walden Taylor; 1931-76 full-time writer, living in Weston, Massachusetts. * 25 mystery/detective novels with series character Asey Mayo (Yankee sleuth of Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Massachusetts) * Amulet of Guilt [1938] * Asey Mayo Trio [1946] * Banbury Bog [1938] * Cape Cod Mystery [1931] recommended * Criminal C.O.D. [1940] * Crimson Patch [1936] * Deadly Sunshade [1940] * Death Lights a Candle [1932] * Deathblow Hill [1935] * Diplomatic Corpse [1951] * Figure Away [1937] * Going, Going, Gone [1943] * Mystery of the Cape Cod Players [1933] * Mystery of the Cape Cod Tavern [1934] * Octagon House [1937] * Out of Order [1936] * Perrennial Boarder [1941] * Proof of the Pudding [1945] * Punch With Care [1946] * Sandbar Sinister [1934] * Six Iron Spiders [1942] * Spring Harrowing [1939] * Three Plots for Asey Mayo [1942] * Tinkling Symbol [1935] * 8 mystery/detective novels under pseudonym Alice Tilton with series character Leonidas Witherall * 4 mystery/detective short stories In the Periodic Table of the Elements, "Ta" stands for Tantalum. In the Periodic Table of the Mystery Authors, "Ta" stands for Phoebe Atwood Taylor! Honorable Mentions: Return to Mystery/Detective Table of Contents Return to PERIODIC TABLE OF MYSTERY AUTHORS [Grateful acknowledgment to Professor Erich Friedman for his permission for me to use the table structure and color GIFs of the Periodic Table, above, whose Mystery Author roll-over status names and correlation of Element Abbreviations with Mystery Author names are not the fault of Professor Erich Friedman but purely the work of Professor Jonathan Vos Post]