Bibliography

Kate’s first short story, “The Mile-Long Spaceship,” was published in Astounding Science Fiction in April, 1957. It won the best short story award that year.

Since then, she has published nearly 50 novels, more than 100 short stories, two non-fiction books, along with novellas, collections, anthologies, poems, and essays.

Her short fiction has been published in QuarkOrbitMagazine of Fantasy and Science FictionLocusAmazing StoriesAsimov’s Science FictionEllery Queen’s Mystery MagazineFantasticOmniAlfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Redbook, and Cosmopolitan, among many others.

Her work has been translated into 15 languages, and has been adapted for movies, television, radio, and theater.

7 Responses to Bibliography

  1. Angelica says:

    I just finished the Price of Silence. I got it through my library’s ebook check out option. It was a great read. Can’t wait to go back and pick up your other books to read. The story was great and I didn’t figure out who the killer was until almost the end. Great story. Thank you for sharing yoru gift.

  2. Rita Moore says:

    I just finished re-reading Death Qualified. Is there a pre-quel to the Barbara Holloway series? There seems to be “something ” that happened to Barbara to separate her from her law carreer. You talk about it in Death Qualified, but I keep looking for the novel I missed.

    Rita

    • admin says:

      Kate says:
      Hi Rita,

      Death Qualified was the first Barbara Holloway novel. As you mentioned, I made a reference to a previous case in which Barbara felt betrayed by her then-lover and her father. The case involved a plea bargain which Barbara was opposed to, and continues to be opposed to most of the time. For an innocent person to confess to a crime in order to receive a lighter sentence than he/she would receive if found guilty through a trial seemed to her to be a gross injustice. Plea bargains settle most cases in modern American courts. Her argument goes something like this: if a murder charge is changed to manslaughter, the sentence reduced from 25-life to 15 with probation at eight years, it still means that the person who accepts the plea bargain has admitted taking another person’s life, whether or not that is true. If not true, then a real killer has escaped justice.

  3. Mehg R says:

    What titles are these adapted movies? There is not one scrap of a clue Google can summon that will tell me. A more heartfelt comment later but for now I am searching for cinema.
    Thank you,
    M

    • admin says:

      Kate says:
      Sorry it’s taken me so long to get back to this post. My short story Andover and the Android was a made for television movie in (then) Great Britain in the seventies. It was shown two years running on Boxing Day. The novel Welcome, Chaos was a tv movie in Germany. In the U.S. a tv movie called The Look Alike was adapted from my story in Redbook.

  4. I discovered Kate’s books two years ago at my local library. I was quite fortunate in that they supplied me with nine books.I cannot say which are my favorites, since each of them are
    without equal in my opinion. We are fortunate here in Bossier City/Shreveport, LA to have access to Barnes & Noble and Books-a-Million..I;ll keep looking until I find every one her
    books that are available..

  5. Ann Aldrich says:

    I just read my first novel of yours. I liked it very much. I am a fan of mysteries. I plan to read more in the future.

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