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Full Name: Jay Bennett
(1912-2009) Author. Jay Bennett was born in New York City and died in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. In addition to several novels, Mr. Bennett wrote scripts for a number of radio and television programs.
Author's Timeline:
1912 New York County
Jay Bennett was born in New York City on December 24, 1912. 
2009 (Unknown) County
Jay Bennett died at his home in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, on June 27, 2009. 
2009 (Unknown) County
Jay Bennett's remains were cremated. 
1946 (Unknown) County
No Hiding Place
(Pub: Produced by Erwin Piscator's Dramatic Workshop of the New School at Broadway's President Theatre ISBN: )
1948 (Unknown) County
Lions After Slumber
(Pub: Produced at London's Unity Theatre. ISBN: )
1959 (Unknown) County
(Pub: Abelard-Schuman, Inc. ISBN: )
1990 (Unknown) County
The Dark Corridor
(Pub: Watts ISBN: 0531150909 / 978-0531150900)
Young-adult novel. 
1991 (Unknown) County
(Pub: Franklin Watts ISBN: 0531110915 / 978-0531110911)
Young-adult novel. 
1991 (Unknown) County
(Pub: Franklin Watts ISBN: )
Young-adult novel. 
1973 (Unknown) County
The Long Black Coat
(Pub: Delacorte Press ISBN: )
Young-adult novel, winner of the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Novel from the Mystery Writers of America in 1974. 
1974 (Unknown) County
The Dangling Witness
(Pub: Delacorte Press ISBN: 0440034833 / 978-0440034834)
Young-adult novel, winner of the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Novel from the Mystery Writers of America in 1975. 
1986 (Unknown) County
The Skeleton Man
(Pub: Franklin Watts ISBN: 0531150313 / 978-0531150313)
Young-adult novel. 
1968 (Unknown) County
Deathman, Do Not Follow Me
(Pub: Meredith Press ISBN: )
Young-adult novel. 
? Kings County
Mr. Bennett studied at the Hebrew Institute of Boro Park and at James Madison High School in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York. 
? New York County
Mr. Bennett studied at New York University but did not graduate. 

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