Eberhart, Mignon (Good) (1899- ).
writer of detective fiction. In many of the stories that made her reputation, the sleuth is a nurse, particularly the popular Sarah Keate. First of her approximately 70 books was The Patient in Room 18 (1929). More widely read were While the Patient Slept (1930) and From This Dark Stairway (1931). Her other novels include The Dark Garden (1933), The Glass Slipper (1938), The Sisters (1944), Five Passengers from Lisbon (1946), Never Look Back (1951), Unknown Quantity (1953), Man Missing (1954), Melora (1959), Jury of One (1960), Run Scared (1963), Witness at Large (1966), Murder in Waiting (1973), The Patient in Cabin C (1983), and A Fighting Chance (1986).
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|Publication:||Benet's Reader's Encyclopedia of American Literature|
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|Date:||Jan 1, 1991|
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