Genevieve Pou

Genevieve Pou Brief Biography

Genevieve Long Pou (October 23, 1919 - April 22, 2007) was a novelist and writer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Pou was born in Tupelo, Mississippi. During her life she published seven mystery novels under the pseudonym Genevieve Holden. She attended the University of Mississippi and the University of Georgia. During World War II, she worked as a journalist on the Birmingham Post and Idaho Statesman newspapers. She was married to Charles D. Pou, the political editor and columnist for the Atlanta Journal; they had two daughters.

Her mystery novels were all set in the Southern United States and frequently featured a female protagonist. The protagonist would become involved with a dangerous male figure during the course of the story. The locations of the novels matched those in her life. Her early novels were set on Southern farms similar to the one she grew up on near Tupelo. Her last was set in Midtown Atlanta, where she spent the last years of her career and life.

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