Jay, S. Death of a Skin Diver. London: The Crime Club, 1964After World War II, more crime novels began to be published and the number of writers increased. Arthur E. Jones created Felix Holliday who had an absolutely splendid time as a private detective. Simon Jay (the pseudonym of Colin Alexander, an Auckland pathologist) featured a pathologist as his detective long before pathologists solving murders became de rigeur.
Mary Scott and Joyce West, who were much better known for their romances, paired up to write five crime novels featuring Inspector Wright. The covers were illustrated by West, herself.