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thumb|''The Blonde'' by Carter Brown0Cover art by [[Robert McGinnis|Robert E. McGinnis.]]
Carter Brown was the literary pseudonym of Alan Geoffrey Yates (1 August 19235 May 1985), an English-born Australian writer of detective fiction. Between 1954 and 1984 Yates published 215 ‘Carter Brown’ novels and some 75 novella-length stories.

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Blondinka v bede / Karter Braun
Блондинка в беде / Картер Браун
Uniform title: Blonde on the rocks. Russian
by Brown, Carter, 1923-1985
Браун, Картер, 1923-1985
Moskva : T︠S︡ėntropoligraf, 2008
Москва : Центрополограф, 2008
Ubiĭstvo v zakrytom klube : romany / Karter Braun
Убийство в закрытом клубе : романы / Картер Браун
Uniform title: Murder in the Key Club. Russian
by Brown, Carter, 1923-1985
Moskva : T︠S︡entrpoligraf, 2008
Москва : Центрполиграф, 2008
by Brown, Carter, 1923-1985
London ; Melbourne : Horwitz Publications, 1960
by Brown, Carter, 1923-1985
London : Horwitz Publications Inc., 1957
BookBook [text, volume]
by Brown, Carter, 1923-1985
Sydney : Horwitz Publishing, [1955] , Melbourne : Gordon and Gotch (A/sia) Ltd. ; Sydney : Transport Publishing Company
BookBook [text, volume]
Kradisʹ, vedʹma ; Vnezapnai︠a︡ nasilʹstvennai︠a︡ smertʹ ; Strakh podkralsi︠a︡ nezametno / Karter Braun
Крадись, ведьма ; Внезапная насильственная смерть ; Страх подкрался незаметно / Картер Браун
Uniform title: Walk softly, witch. Russian
by Brown, Carter, 1923-1985
Браун, Картер
Moskva : "ĖKSMO", 2009
Москва : "ЭКСМО", 2009
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