Mary Anderson (author)

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Mary Anderson
Born Mary Nell Quirk
(1939-01-20) January 20, 1939 (age 80)
New York, New York, U.S.
Occupation Writer/novelist
Genre Young adult
Notable works Matilda's Masterpiece

Mary Anderson (born January 20, 1939)[1] is an American author of mystery novels for children and young adults, the majority published by Atheneum Books, New York.


  • There's a pizza back in Cleveland (1972; with Hope Campbell), Four Winds Press
  • Emma's Search for Something (1973), Atheneum Books
  • Matilda Investigates (1973), Atheneum Books
  • Just the two of them (1974), Atheneum Books
  • I'm nobody! Who are you? (1974), Atheneum Books
  • F*T*C Superstar (1976), Atheneum Books
  • Matilda's Masterpiece (1977), Atheneum Books Soft Cover Title: "The Mystery of the Missing Painting"
  • Step on a Crack (1978), Atheneum Books
  • F*T*C* and Company (1979; with Don Sibley), Atheneum Books
  • The Rise & Fall of a Teen-age Wacko (1980), Atheneum Books
  • Forever, Ahbra (1981), Atheneum Books
  • You can't get there from Here (1982), Atheneum Books
  • R.I.S.K. (1983), Atheneum Books
  • That's not my style (1983), Atheneum Books
  • Tune in Tomorrow (1984), Atheneum Books
  • Catch Me, I'm Falling in Love (1985), Delacorte Press
  • Who says nobody's perfect? (1987), Delacorte Press
  • Do you call that a dream date? (1987), Delacorte Press
  • Mostly Ghosts (series; 1987), Yearling Books
  • Suzy's Secret Snoop Society (1991), Avon Books
  • The Unsinkable Molly Malone (1991)[2]


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