Standard Name: Marsh, Ngaio
Birth Name: Edith Ngaio Marsh
New Zealand, and sometimes in Britain, which included writing about theatre and as a playwright. Her non-fiction writings include, as well as those about theatre, travel journalism and comment on New Zealand, and an autobiography., a New Zealander with strong ties to Britain, is known there and worldwide for her thirty-one detective novels issued between 1934 and 1982 (and occasionally published in the USA ahead of the British edition). Less well known is her career as a theatrical producer and director in
Marsh, Ngaio. A Man Lay Dead. Geoffrey Bles, 1934.
Marsh, Ngaio. Black Beech and Honeydew: An Autobiography. Collins, 1981.
Marsh, Ngaio. Clutch of Constables. Collins, 1968.
Marsh, Ngaio. Colour Scheme. Collins, 1943.
Marsh, Ngaio. Colour Scheme. Berkley Publishing Corporation, 1970.
Marsh, Ngaio. Death and the Dancing Footman. Little, Brown and Company, 1941.
Marsh, Ngaio. False Scent. Collins, 1960.
Marsh, Ngaio, Lord David Cecil, and Lord David Cecil. “From Gratitude”. Ruth Pitter: Homage to a Poet, edited by Arthur Russell, Rapp and Whiting, 1969, pp. 96-7.
Marsh, Ngaio. Grave Mistake. Collins, 1978.
Marsh, Ngaio. Hand in Glove. Collins, 1962.
Marsh, Ngaio. Killer Dolphin. Little, Brown, 1966.
Marsh, Ngaio. Light Thickens. Collins, 1982.
Marsh, Ngaio. Overture to Death. Collins, 1939.
Marsh, Ngaio. Photo-finish. Collins, 1980.
Marsh, Ngaio. Surfeit of Lampreys. Collins, 1941.
Marsh, Ngaio, and Henry Jellett. The Nursing-Home Murder. Geoffrey Bles, 1935.