Fish, Robert L. (1912-1981)
The Robert L. Fish collection includes manuscripts, printed materials, correspondence, and other materials.

Published works include Isle of the Snakes (Simon and Schuster, 1963), Mute Witness (Doubleday, 1963), Shrunken Head (Simon and Schuster, 1963), The Quarry (Doubleday, 1964), The Diamond Bubble (Simon and Schuster, 1965), Brazilian Sleigh Ride (Simon and Schuster, 1965), The Incredible Schlock Homes (Simon and Schuster, 1966), The Hochmann Miniatures (New American Library, 1967), Always Kill A Stranger (Putnam, 1967), The Murder League (Simon and Schuster, 1968), The Bridge That Went Nowhere (Putnam, 1968), The Xavier Affair (Putnam, 1969), Reardon (Doubleday, 1970), Whirligig (World, 1970), Rub-A-Dub-Dub (Simon and Schuster, 1971), The Green Hell Treasure (Putnam, 1971), Suitcase or Tricks of the Trade (Putnam, 1972), The Gremlin’s Grampa (Doubleday, 1972), A Handy Death (with Henry Rothblatt) (Simon and Schuster, 1973), Bank Job (Doubleday, 1975), Trouble in Paradise (Doubleday, 1975) and Deadline: 2 A.M. (Doubleday, 1976). The collection also includes Bullitt (film) and shorter works published in The Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Playboy, and other periodicals.

Printed materials include galleys and proofs, publicity, reviews and advertisements for works by Fish, interviews, and articles about Fish.

The collection also includes personal and professional correspondence written between 1968 and circa 1978.  Notable correspondents include Howard Gotlieb, Ellery Queen, W.E. Dan Ross, A.S. Burack, Andre Fodor, Thomas J. Dodd, Hugh Hefner, Hillary Waugh, Dorothy Salisbury Davis, Erica Jong, and Isaac Asimov.

Other items in the collection include photographs, diaries kept in 1971 and 1972, and memorabilia.
Notable Figures
1. Fish, Robert L., 1912-1981
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide
2. Mystery and Suspense Fiction Subject Guide