|←Author Index: Ma||Kenneth MacNichol
|American author, advertiser and journalist, who served in World War I and later diagnosed with Shell Shock. Sometimes used the pen name O. M. Cabral.|
- The King’s Idol (1909)
- The Petaluma Product (1909)
- Pan (1917, play) — no copy of this play is known to exist; it is now a lost work.
- The Faerie Fool (1918, play)
- Enough Is Plenty (1918)
- Home for Breakfast (1919)
- That Kind of a Man (1920)
- The Twenty-Seventh Story (1921)
- He Missed the Train (1922)
- The Affair Mouchard (1923)
- The Devil’s Assistant (1923)
- The Nose of Papa Hilaire (1923)
- Freight (1923)
- Between the Days (1925)
- The Piper of Kerimor (1927)
- Twelve Lectures on the Technique of Fiction Writing (1929, non-fiction)
- A Gamble in Gold Bricks (1931)
- Murder Delayed (1935)
- The Dead and the Damned (1936) — as "O. M. Cabral"
- Horror Has Blind Eyes (1936) — as "O. M. Cabral"
- Drowned Men Never Rest (1938) — as "O. M. Cabral"
- The Devil’s Well (1940)
- Drums of the Dead (1940)
- Mirage (1941) — as "O. M. Cabral"
- Unhallowed Holiday (1941) — as "O. M. Cabral"
- Stephensen-Payne, Phil, “Stories, Listed by Author”, The FictionMags Index, <http://www.philsp.com/homeville/fmi/s637.htm#A15456>. Retrieved on 28 May 2012
Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they are legally published within the United States (or the United Nations Headquarters in New York subject to Section 7 of the United States Headquarters Agreement) before 1964, and copyright was not renewed.
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