Arthur Gordon Maling (June 11, 1923 - October 24, 2013) was an American writer of crime and thriller novels.. He graduated from Francis W. Parker School, Chicago in 1940; in 1944 he received a B.A. from Harvard University. In the Second World War Maling was an ensign in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1945. From 1945 to 1946 he was a reporter for The San Diego Journal. After 1946, he worked as an executive manager for Maling Brothers, a retail shoe chain.
Brock Potter Series
- Ripoff (1976)
- Schroeder's Game (1977)
- Lucky Devil (1978)
- Koberg Link (1979)
- A Taste of Treason (1983)
- Decoy (1969)
- Go-Between (UK Title: Lambert's Son) (1970)
- Loophole (1971)
- The Snowman (1973)
- Dingdong (1974)
- Bent Man (1975)
- Mystery Writer's Choice (1978)
- The Rheingold Route (1979); Winner of the Edgar Award. 
- From Thunder Bay (1981)
- Lover and Thief (1988)
- Johnson, Curt (1995). Who's who in Writers, Editors & Poets, United States & Canada. December Press. ISBN 0913204307.
- "Honored novelist ran Maling's shoe chain - Chicago Sun-Times". Suntimes.com. Retrieved 2014-08-16.
- "Edgar Award Winners and Nominees Database". Theedgars.com. Retrieved 2014-08-16.
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