Gordon Daviot
Josephine Tey was a pseudonym used by Elizabeth Mackintosh (25 July 1896–13 February 1952) a Scottish author best known for her mystery novels. She also wrote as Gordon Daviot, under which name she wrote plays with an historical theme.

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Josephine Tey A Very Private Person
MACKINTOSH, ELIZABETH [pseuds. JOSEPHINE TEY, Gordon Daviot] (1896-1952), novelist and playwright, was born in Inverness on 25th July 1896. She had two younger ...
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Josephine Tey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
About a dozen one-act plays and another dozen full-length plays were written under the name of Gordon Daviot. How she chose the name of Gordon is ...
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Elizabeth Mackintosh: woman of mystery who deserves to be ...
Jul 30, 2011 ... Writing as Josephine Tey or Gordon Daviot, this all but forgotten novelist has influenced writers from Stephen King to Sarah Waters and was a ...
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Gordon Daviot (Author of Kif) - Goodreads
Gordon Daviot is a pseudonym of Elizabeth Mackintosh, better known by the pseudonym Josephine Tey.. Gordon Daviot is the author of Remember Caesar ...
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Richard of Bordeaux: A Play in Two Acts by Gordon Daviot ...
Richard of Bordeaux has 1 rating and 0 reviews. Gordon Daviot's 'Richard of Bordeaux' was a sensation when it was first produced in 1932. It ran for over...
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Remember Caesar by Gordon Daviot - Reviews, Discussion ...
Gordon Daviot is a pseudonym of Elizabeth Mackintosh, better known by the pseudonym Josephine Tey. More about Gordon Daviot.
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Josephine Tey | LibraryThing
Her first novel appeared under the pseudonym Gordon Daviot in 1929. Her best known work, The Daughter of Time (1951), is still widely admired not just as a ...
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Amazon.com: Gordon Daviot: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks ...
Visit Amazon.com's Gordon Daviot Page and shop for all Gordon Daviot books and other Gordon Daviot related products (DVD, CDs, Apparel). Check out ...
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Amazon.com: Gordon Daviot: Books
Results 1 - 12 of 26 ... The laughing woman, a play by Gordon Daviot (Paperback - 1934) ... Leith sands , and other short plays, by Gordon Daviot (Paperback - 1946).
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Gordon Daviot | The Paris Review
Aug 3, 2011 ... Remembering Elizabeth Mackintosh—aka Josephine Tey, aka Gordon Daviot. Meet the new Spider-Man: Brooklynite Miles Morales. The New ...
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Richard of Bordeaux : a play in two acts / by Gordon Daviot ; edited ...
Richard of Bordeaux : a play in two acts /​ by Gordon Daviot ; edited by C.H. Lockitt. Author. Daviot, Gordon ... Australian Catholic University. Strathfield Campus ...
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Jul 30, 2011 ... Writing as Josephine Tey or Gordon Daviot, this all but forgotten novelist has influenced writers from Stephen King to Sarah Waters and was a ...
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Josephine Tey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
About a dozen one-act plays and another dozen full-length plays were written under the name of Gordon Daviot. How she chose the name of Gordon is ...
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Richard of Bordeaux: A Play in Two Acts
Richard of Bordeaux: A Play in Two Acts
Gordon Daviot, 2011
Gordon Daviot was a pseudonym of Elizabeth Mackintosh, better known for her detective novels written as Josephine Tey. This is a completely new edition - not a scan - based on the original 1933 version, from Oxford City Press.
Women Authors of Detective Series: Twenty-one American and British ...
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Listing of Works by Elizabeth MacKintosh PSEUDONYMS: Gordon Daviot, Josephine Tey INSPECTOR GRANT MYSTERIES The Man in the Queue (as Gordon Daviot) 1929 (republished as Killer in the Crowd) (as Josephine Tey) 1954 A ...
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Gordon Daviot
JULIA'S BOOK BLOG: ELIZABETH MACKINTOSH AKA GORDON DAVIOT AKA JOSEPHINE TEY:
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Review: The Man in the Queue by Josephine Tey | Leaves & Pages
The Man in the Queue by Josephine Tey ~ 1929. This edition: Berkely Medallion, 1971. Paperback. ISBN: 425-01873-3. 223 pages. Originally published as The Killer in the Crowd by Gordon Daviot, and released with the new title under the Josephine Tey pseudonym after author Elizabeth Macintosh's death in 1959. My rating: 7.5/10. ***** This was Josephine Tey's (to…
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Suitable For Mixed Company: Good Book: The Privateer, by Josephine Tey/ Gordon Daviot
Henry Morgan (1635-1688) was larger than life without any help, but (according to Josephine Tey’s account) he also seems to have been the victim of his disgruntled ex-surgeon, who went to Europe and wrote a sensational book which portrayed his ex-boss leaving destruction and despair in his wake wherever he went, and killing without provocation or quarter. Of course, the pack of lies sold like hotcakes and forever inflated and twisted Morgan’s reputation.
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ULTDUSTA: Josephine Tey, or Gordon Daviot, or Elizabeth MacKintosh
I am surprised to learned that I am enjoying this mid century Scotish mystery author, Josephine Tey, one of two pseudonyms used by Elizabeth MacKintosh. I have been quite obsessed with her work.
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island life- in a monastery: FAMOUS RELATIVES
My Scottish maternal grandmother had some very famous relatives. The first of whom I shall tell you about is her cousin ELIZABETH MACKINTOSH (my grandmother was a MACKINTOSH), whom the world knows as the mystery writer JOSEPHINE TEY.
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Mystery Page Turners: Josephine Tey's Brat Farrar
The classic mystery novel, Brat Farrar, was written by Josephine Tey, an author whose life itself was shrouded in secrecy and mystery. The real Elizabeth Mackintosh shielded her identity behind two pseudonyms – Josephine Tey and Gordon Daviot.
mysterypageturners.blogspot.com/2010/06/josephine-teys-brat-farrar.html
Peggy Ann's Post: Josephine Tey
This weeks letter in Crime Fiction Alphabet is T and who better to highlight for T than Josephine Tey!1896-1952 Ms. Tey was born Elizabeth Mackintosh in 1896 in Inverness Scotland.
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Agatha Remembered: The Evolution of the Mystery Genre
The Daughter of Time by Josphine Tey Alan Grant, Scotland Yard Inspector is feeling bored while confined to bed in hospital with a broken leg. Marta Hallard, an actress friend of his, suggests that he should amuse himself by researching an historical mystery.
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BOOKTRYST: The Writer Who Acquitted a King
by Linda HedrickElizabeth Mackintosh, aka Gordon Daviot, aka Josephine TeyShe’s a mystery. She’s also a writer of mysteries.
www.booktryst.com/2010/11/writer-who-acquitted-king.html
The Daughter of Time – Josephine Tey | Stewartry
Edison single-handedly discovered electricity. Paul Revere made a midnight ride to warn village folk that the British were approaching. Of course, Christopher Columbus was the first European to discover America. Richard III had his two young nephews killed off in the Tower of London. These are some "the sky is blue, grass is green" basic…
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