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Robert L. Fish (1912–1981)


An engineer who worked in major companies including Firestone Tire and Rubber, Fish submitted his first story to Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine at the age of 48. He won a total of three Edgar Allan Poe awards from the Mystery Writers of America and served as the organization's president in 1976. He had open-heart surgery in 1971 but continued ... See more trivia »

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Bullitt Writer
Twist of Fate
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Diary of the Dead


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 1989 Twist of Fate (TV Mini-Series) (book "Pursuit")
 1981-1982 Tales of the Unexpected (TV Series) (story - 2 episodes)
- In the Bag (1982) ... (story)
- Hijack (1981) ... (story)
 1972 Missão: Matar (novel "Always Kill a Stranger")
 1969 The Assassination Bureau (novel - as Robert Fish)
 1968 Bullitt (novel "Mute Witness" - as Robert L. Pike)

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Other Works:

Novel (as Robert L. Pike): "Mute Witness" (aka: "Bullitt") (filmed as Bullitt (1968)) See more »

Alternate Names:

Robert Fish | A.C. Lamprey | Robert L. Pike | Lawrence Roberts

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American author of police novels. Robert L. Pike is the pseudonym of Robert L. Fish; a pike is a kind of fish. He also writes as A.C. Lamprey and Lawrence Roberts. See more »

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