Martha Albrand

Martha Albrand (1914–1981), born Heidi Huberta Freybe Loewengard was a German-American novelist. Albrand was the name of her Danish great-grandfather.[2]

Martha Albrand
BornHeidi Huberta Freybe Loewengard
1914
Rostock
Died(1981-06-24)24 June 1981 (age 66)[1]
New York
Pen nameHolland, Katrin; Lambert, Christine; Katrin J. Lamon; Heidi Huberta Freybe Loewengard
OccupationGerman-American novelist

She was the sister of the actress Jutta Freybe and the writer Johanna Sibelius.

The film Captain Carey, U.S.A. was based on her novel After Midnight.

BibliographyEdit

Novels written as Katrin HollandEdit

  • Man spricht über Jacqueline, 1926
  • Wie macht man das nur ???, 1930
  • Unterwegs zu Alexander : Ein Liebesroman, 1932
  • Die silberne Wolke : Ein Roman aus unserer Zeit, 1933
  • Babett auf Gottes Gnaden, 1934
  • Das Mädchen, das niemand mochte, 1935
  • Das Frauenhaus, 1935
  • Carlotta Torresani, 1938
  • Einsamer Himmel, 1938
  • Vierzehn Tage mit Edita, 1939
  • Helene, 1940
  • The Obsession of Emmet Booth, 1957

Novels written as Martha AlbrandEdit

  • No Surrender, 1942
  • Without Orders, 1943
  • Endure No Longer, 1944
  • None Shall Know, 1945
  • Remembered Anger, 1946
  • After Midnight, 1948
  • Whispering Hill, 1947
  • Wait for the Dawn, 1950
  • Desperate Moment, 1951
  • The Hunted Woman, 1953
  • Nightmare in Copenhagen, 1954
  • The Mask of Alexander, 1955
  • The Story That Could Not Be Told, 1956 (alternative title The Linden)
  • A Day in Monte Carlo, 1959
  • Meet Me Tonight, 1960 (alternative title Return to Terror)
  • A Call from Austria, 1963
  • The Door fell Shut, 1966
  • Rhine Replica, 1969
  • Manhattan North, 1971
  • Zurich/AZ 900, 1974
  • A Taste of Terror, 1976
  • Intermission, 1978 (alternative title Final Encore)

Novels written as Christine LambertEdit

  • The Ball, 1961
  • A Sudden Woman, 1964

FilmographyEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Martha Albrand, 66, Novelist Who Worked in Suspense Genre". The New York Times. 26 June 1981. Retrieved 3 August 2015.
  2. ^ Joseph F. Clarke (1977). Pseudonyms. BCA. p. 6.