MOORE, Raylyn

MOORE, Raylyn
   US writer who began publishing with "Death is a Woman" for Esquire in 1954. Her one novel of genre interest is What Happened to Emily Goode after the Great Exhibition? (1978).

Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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