Jill McGown

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Jill McGown (9 August 1947, Campbeltown, Scotland – 6 April 2007 in Kettering, Northamptonshire) was a British writer of mystery novels. She was best known for her mystery series featuring Inspector Lloyd and Judy Hill, one of which (A Shred of Evidence) was made into a television series. McGown wrote her first mystery novel after being laid off from the British Steel Corporation in 1980. She is sometimes credited as Elizabeth Chaplin.

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Series novels[edit]

  • A Perfect Match (1983)
  • Redemption (aka Murder At the Old Vicarage) (1988)
  • Death of a Dancer (aka Gone to Her Death) (1989)
  • The Murders of Mrs Austin And Mrs Beale (1991)
  • The Other Woman (1992)
  • Murder... Now And Then (1993)
  • A Shred of Evidence (1995)
  • Verdict Unsafe (1997)
  • Picture of Innocence (1998)
  • Plots And Errors (1999)
  • Scene of Crime (2001)
  • Births, Deaths and Marriages (aka Death in the Family) (2002)
  • Unlucky for Some (2004)

Non-series novels[edit]

  • Record of Sin (1985)
  • An Evil Hour (1986)
  • The Stalking Horse (1987)
  • Murder Movie (1988)
  • Hostage to Fortune (1992) (writing as Elizabeth Chaplin)

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