Ellery Queen (house Name)

Ellery Queen (house Name)

Ellery Queen was the pen name for two cousins, Frederic Dannay and Manfred Bennington Lee, who wrote novels and short stories about a fictional detective character named Ellery Queen. At various points in their history, the cousins allowed the name of Ellery Queen to be used as a house name; novels written by other writers were published under that name. The cousins also wrote four novels that were published under the name "Barnaby Ross" -- they later allowed that name to be used as a house name.

Read more about Ellery Queen (house Name):  Crime Novels Attributed To Ellery Queen But By Other Authors, Juvenile Novels Attributed To Ellery Queen, Jr., Historical Novels Attributed To Barnaby Ross

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