He wrote a few sf-mystery short stories. The most crime-oriented story may be “Crime on Mars,” first published in the July 1960 issue of Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, and later anthologized in ELLERY QUEEN’S MINIMYSTERIES (World, 1969). Among his other sf-mystery stories are “The Nine Billion Names of God” (in STAR SCIENCE FICTION STORIES #1, 1953), “Moving Spirit” (in TALES FROM THE WHITE HART, 1957) and “Who’s There?” (in New Worlds, November 1958; retitled as “The Haunted Spacesuit”).
READ MORE: “Arthur C. Clarke’s Down-to-Earth Legacy,” by Ed Park (Los Angeles Times); “For Clarke, Issues of Faith, but Tackled Scientifically,” by Edward Rothstein (The New York Times); “R.I.P. Arthur C. Clarke,” by Edward Champion (Edward Champion’s Filthy Habits); “The Last Rendezvous with Arthur C. Clarke,” by Andrew Leonard (Salon); “Interview with Arthur C. Clarke,” by Tasha Robinson (A.V. Club); “Sir Arthur C. Clarke: 90th Birthday Reflections” (YouTube); “Arthur C. Clarke: The Wired Words,” by Lewis Wallace (Underwire).