Alice Ormond Campbell (1887-?) was an American-born British writer of detective fiction. Originally she came from Atlanta, Georgia, where she was part of the socially prominent Ormond family. Alice moved to New York City at the age of nineteen and quickly became a socialist and women’s suffragist. Later she moved to Paris. There she married the American-born artist and writer James Lawrence Campbell and had a son in 1914. After World War One, the family left France for England, where Campbell continued writing crime fiction until 1950.She published her first work (THE JUGGERNAUT) in 1929. She wrote at least nineteen detective novels during her career.