Isabelle Christian Holland
(born June 16, 1920 in Basel, Switzerland ... died February 9, 2002) was an author of children and adult fiction. Her father was the American Consul in Liverpool, England during WWII. She moved to America in 1940 due to the war. She wrote gothic novels, adult mysteries, romantic thrillers and many books for children and young adults. She wrote over 50 books in her lifetime, and was still working at the time of her death at age 81 in New York City.
Two of her novels have been made into movies:
- Bump in the Night, 1991,
- The Man Without a Face, 1993
Both these novels deal with issues or allegations of pedophilia.