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General Information:
Full Name: Gwen Bristow
Biography:
(1903-1980) Novelist. Gwen Bristow was born in Marion, South Carolina, and died in New Orleans, Louisiana. She studied at Columbia University and co-wrote several novels with her husband, Bruce Manning.
Author's Timeline:
1903 (Unknown) County
Gwen Bristow was born in Marion, South Carolina, on September 16, 1903. 
1925 New York County
Ms. Bristow studied for a year at Columbia University's Pulitzer School of Journalism in New York in about 1925. 
1980 (Unknown) County
Gwen Bristow died in New Orleans, Louisiana, on August 16, 1980. 
1980 (Unknown) County
Gwen Bristow was interred at Garden Of Memories, Metairie, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. 
1930 (Unknown) County
The Invisible Host
(Pub: The Mystery League ISBN: )
Novel co-written with Bruce Manning.  
1932 (Unknown) County
The Mardi Gras Murders
(Pub: The Mystery League ISBN: )
Novel co-written with Bruce Manning.  
1931 (Unknown) County
The Gutenberg Murders
(Pub: The Mystery League, Inc. ISBN: )
Novel co-written with Bruce Manning. 
1932 (Unknown) County
Two And Two Make Twenty-Two
(Pub: The Mystery League, Inc. ISBN: )
Novel co-written with Bruce Manning.  
1970 (Unknown) County
Calico Palace
(Pub: Thomas Y. Crowell ISBN: )
Novel. 
1959 (Unknown) County
Celia Garth: A Story of Charleston in the Revolution
(Pub: Thomas Y. Crowell ISBN: 0690183488 / 978-0690183481)
Novel. 
1950 (Unknown) County
Jubilee Trail
(Pub: Thomas Y Crowell ISBN: 0690467508 / 978-0690467505)
Novel. 
1937 (Unknown) County
Deep Summer
(Pub: Thomas Y. Crowell ISBN: 0899660258)
Novel. 
1943 (Unknown) County
Tomorrow is Forever
(Pub: Thomas Y. Crowell ISBN: )
Novel. 
1940 (Unknown) County
This Side of Glory
(Pub: Thomas Y. Crowell ISBN: )
Novel. 

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