Charlotte MacLeod was a Canadian-American mystery fiction writer.
|Born:||Charlotte Matilda MacLeod, November 12, 1922, Bath, New Brunswick, Canada|
|Died:||January 14, 2005 (Aged 82), Lewiston, Maine|
|Pen name:||Alisa Craig|
|Notable works:||The Peter Shandy series|
About Charlotte Macleod
A Canadian-American mystery writer, she is particularly known for her Peter Shandy books, which focus on a New England college professor. Her stand-alone novel titles include Maid of Honor (1984) and The Fat Lady's Ghost (1968).
After attending the Art Institute of Boston, she worked as a copywriter for the Stop and Shop grocery store.
She often wore a hat and white gloves.
She was born in New Brunswick, Canada, and she became a United States citizen in 1951.
She and Mary Downing Hahn both received Edgar Awards.
Information related to Charlotte MacLeod
- Lesley University alumni
- Nero Award winners
- Agatha Award winners
- Writers from New Brunswick
- Canadian mystery writers
- Anthony Award winners
- American mystery writers
- Women mystery writers
- Writers from Boston
- 20th-century Canadian novelists
- Canadian women novelists