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Barbara Mertz
Aliases: Barbara Michaels
Gender: Female
Medium(s): Novels
Roles: Writer
1st Horror: The House That Wouldn't Die (1970)

Barbara Mertz is an American novelist. She is often credited under the pseudonym, Barbara Michaels. Barbara wrote the 1968 novel Ammie, Come Home, which was adapted into a television movie in 1970 called The House That Wouldn't Die.

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  • Barbara Mertz also wrote the novel The Crying Child, which was adapted into a film in 1996 starring Mariel Hemingway.

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