McShane, Mark (1929-2013)
Scope:
The Mark McShane collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, and photographs.

Manuscripts by McShane in the collection include drafts of his novels The Crimson Madness of Little Doom (Doubleday, 1966), including notes for the original story version, an unpublished epilogue, and a condensed magazine version; Ill Met by a Fish Shop on George Street (Doubleday, 1968); and The Man Who Left Well Enough (McCall, 1970).

Correspondence in the collection consists of eleven letters regarding McShane's first published novel, The Straight and the Crooked (1958-1959).

Photographs include a snapshot of McShane with his wife and children, and a photo of a painting of McShane by Zoltan I. Poharnoh (1965).
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Notable Figures
1. McShane, Mark, 1930-
Associated Subjects
1. Mystery and Suspense Fiction Subject Guide
2. Authors, Australian
3. Detective and mystery stories
4. Australian literature--20th century
5. Photographs