Zola Helen Ross (May 9, 1912 – November 20, 1989) (née Girdey) was a Pacific Northwest writer. She also taught writing and co-founded the with Lucile Saunders McDonald of The Seattle Times. She wrote in various genres, including adventure, children's fiction, crime, mystery, and suspense. She was also the author of several Western historical novels; her male counterpart was Louis L'Amour. The Pacific Northwest and the Great Basin are the settings for her stories, and they include the towns of Reno, San Francisco, and Seattle. Ross occasionally wrote under the pseudonyms Helen Arre and Bert Iles. She taught writing at the University of Washington and the Lake Washington schools in Kirkland, Washington. She was married to William Frank Ross, and lived in Seattle, Washington.

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  • Zola Helen Ross (May 9, 1912 – November 20, 1989) (née Girdey) was a Pacific Northwest writer. She also taught writing and co-founded the with Lucile Saunders McDonald of The Seattle Times. She wrote in various genres, including adventure, children's fiction, crime, mystery, and suspense. She was also the author of several Western historical novels; her male counterpart was Louis L'Amour. The Pacific Northwest and the Great Basin are the settings for her stories, and they include the towns of Reno, San Francisco, and Seattle. Ross occasionally wrote under the pseudonyms Helen Arre and Bert Iles. She taught writing at the University of Washington and the Lake Washington schools in Kirkland, Washington. She was married to William Frank Ross, and lived in Seattle, Washington. (en)
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  • Zola Helen Ross (May 9, 1912 – November 20, 1989) (née Girdey) was a Pacific Northwest writer. She also taught writing and co-founded the with Lucile Saunders McDonald of The Seattle Times. She wrote in various genres, including adventure, children's fiction, crime, mystery, and suspense. She was also the author of several Western historical novels; her male counterpart was Louis L'Amour. The Pacific Northwest and the Great Basin are the settings for her stories, and they include the towns of Reno, San Francisco, and Seattle. Ross occasionally wrote under the pseudonyms Helen Arre and Bert Iles. She taught writing at the University of Washington and the Lake Washington schools in Kirkland, Washington. She was married to William Frank Ross, and lived in Seattle, Washington. (en)
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