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Internal consistency pass done. The Moon series has been reconciled with Amazon.com and the author's Web page, but standalone titles still need more work. Ahasuerus 21:28, 24 Nov 2006 (CST)
- The author's bio is available on Wikipedia as Ruth Glick.
Rebecca York as a pseudonym
The use of "Rebecca York" as a pseudonym for Ruth Glick is noted on the copyright/acknowledgments page of The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance which states
- "The Sacrifice" by Ruth Glick writing as Rebecca York. First publication, original to than anthology. Printed by permission of the author.
The Author Bios section of The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance also confirms this with "Rebecca York (aka Ruth Glick)" as part of the bio statement which also notes:
- Award-winning New York Times and USA Today bestselling novelist.
- Author of more than 100 books.
- Writes the romantic-paranormal Moon series for Berkley.
- Writes romantic thrillers for Harlequin Intrigue.
The Wikipedia page for Ruth Glick clarifies that "Rebecca York" was a pseudonym for the writing team of Ruth Glick and Eileen Buckholtz until 1997, but has been used by Ruth Glick alone since then. Locus1 includes the 1986 novel The Peregrine Connection #3: In Search of the Dove, which we do not (as of 2011-03-12) have in the ISFDB. They list that as by Glick & Buckholtz. However Locus1 also lists various books after 2003 as by Glick & Buckholtz, and this appears to be a mistake (which their fine print sometimes acknowledges, and sometimes doesn't). At present, all books by "Rebecca York" that are in the ISFDB are by Ruth Glick alone writing as "Rebecca York".