Alice Muriel Williamson (1869-1933) was a British novelist. She was Charles Norris Williamson (1859-1920)'s wife. Her former name was Alice Muriel Livingston, and she was introducing herself after her marriage as Mrs. C. N. Williamson. Her mystery A Women in Grey (1898) was translated and adapted into Japanese by Kuroiwa Ruiko by the title Ghost Tower in 1901. Alice and her Husband collaborated in writing too many books including The Princess Passes (1905), The Motor Maid (1910), The Port of Adventure (1913), It Happened in Egypt (1914), The Shop-Girl (1916) and The Second Latchkey (1920).