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Collin Wilcox Edit Profile

also known as Carter Wick

writer

Collin Wilcox is an American mystery novelist.

Background

Mr. Wilcox was born on September 21, 1924, in Detroit, Michigan, United States. He was a son of Harlan Collin and Lucile Armina (Spangler) Wilcox.

Education

In 1948 Collin Wilcox received his Bachelor of Arts from Antioch College.

Career

Mr. Wilcox wrote advertising copy, taught art, and owned a furniture and lamp store in San Francisco, California, before he began his career as a mystery novelist. His first book, The Black Door, was published in 1967. Most of his stories were set in San Francisco. Mr. Wilcox also wrote suspense novels under the pseudonym Carter Wick.

Achievements

  • Collin Wilcox is well-known as a prolific author, who published 30 books in 30 years.

Politics

Mr. Wilcox belongs to Democratic party of the United States.

Connections

Collin Wilcox married Beverley Buchman on December 20, 1954. The couple had two sons, Christopher and Jeffrey.

father:
Harlan Collin Wilcox - American

mother:
Lucile Armina (Spangler) Wilcox - American

son:
Christopher Wilcox - American

son:
Jeffrey Wilcox - American

wife:
Beverley Buchman - American