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Dolores Birk Hitchens BiographyJulia Clara Catharine Dolores Birk Olsen Hitchens (1907, San Antonio, Texas – 1973, San Antonio, Texas), better known as Dolores Hitchens, was an American mystery novelist who wrote prolifically from 1938 until her death. She also wrote as D. B. Olsen, a version of her first married name, and under the pseudonyms Dolan Birkley and Noel Burke.Hitchens collaborated on five railroad mysteries—"police procedurals about a squad of railroad cops"—with her second husband, Bert Hitchens, a railroad detective. She also branched out into other genres including Western fiction. Many of her mystery novels centered around a spinster character named Rachel Murdock.Hitchens wrote Fool's Gold, the 1958 novel adapted by Jean-Luc Godard for his film Bande à part (Band of Outsiders, 1964). Her novel, The Watcher, was adapted for an episode of the TV series "Thriller" which aired November 1, 1960.
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|Date Of Birth||1907-01-01|
|Place Of Birth||San Antonio, Texas, USA|
|Band of Outsiders||1964||novel "Fool's Gold"|
|Thriller||1960||TV Series story - 1 episode|