Martha Albrand

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Martha Albrand
BornHeidi Huberta Freybe Loewengard
1914
Rostock
Died(1981-06-24)24 June 1981 (age 66)[1]
New York
Pen nameHolland, Katrin; Lambert, Christine; Katrin J. Lamon; Heidi Huberta Freybe Loewengard
OccupationGerman-American novelist

Martha Albrand (1914–1981), born Heidi Huberta Freybe Loewengard was a German-American novelist. Albrand was the name of her Danish great-grandfather.[2]

She was the sister of the actress Jutta Freybe and the writer Johanna Sibelius.

The film Captain Carey, U.S.A. was based on her novel No Surrender.

Bibliography[edit]

Novels written as Katrin Holland[edit]

  • Man spricht über Jacqueline, 1926
  • Wie macht man das nur ???, 1930
  • Unterwegs zu Alexander : Ein Liebesroman, 1932
  • Die silberne Wolke : Ein Roman aus unserer Zeit, 1933
  • Babett auf Gottes Gnaden, 1934
  • Das Mädchen, das niemand mochte, 1935
  • Das Frauenhaus, 1935
  • Carlotta Torresani, 1938
  • Einsamer Himmel, 1938
  • Vierzehn Tage mit Edita, 1939
  • Helene, 1940
  • The Obsession of Emmet Booth, 1957

Novels written as Martha Albrand[edit]

  • No Surrender, 1942
  • Without Orders, 1943
  • Endure No Longer, 1944
  • None Shall Know, 1945
  • Remembered Anger, 1946
  • After Midnight, 1948
  • Whispering Hill, 1947
  • Wait for the Dawn, 1950
  • Desperate Moment, 1951
  • The Hunted Woman, 1953
  • Nightmare in Copenhagen, 1954
  • The Mask of Alexander, 1955
  • The Story That Could Not Be Told, 1956 (alternative title The Linden)
  • A Day in Monte Carlo, 1959
  • Meet Me Tonight, 1960 (alternative title Return to Terror)
  • A Call from Austria, 1963
  • The Door fell Shut, 1966
  • Rhine Replica, 1969
  • Manhattan North, 1971
  • Zurich/AZ 900, 1974
  • A Taste of Terror, 1976
  • Intermission, 1978 (alternative title Final Encore)

Novels written as Christine Lambert[edit]

  • The Ball, 1961
  • A Sudden Woman, 1964

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Martha Albrand, 66, Novelist Who Worked in Suspense Genre". The New York Times. 26 June 1981. Retrieved 3 August 2015.
  2. ^ Joseph F. Clarke (1977). Pseudonyms. BCA. p. 6.