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Miriam Borgenicht (1915–1992)

Author of No Duress

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Miriam Borgenicht graduated from Barnard College in 1936 and worked for the federal Works Progress Administration during the Great Depression. She married Milton Klein and became the author of 17 suspense novels known for their inventiveness and wit. Her first mystery, Corpse in Diplomacy, was published in 1949. Her last book, No Duress, appeared in 1991.
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