(1937) Novel: "The Case of the Dangerous Dowager" (filmed [uncredited] as
Granny Get Your Gun
A.A. Fair | Charles M. Green | Carleton Kendrake | Charles J. Kenny
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I still have vivid recollections of putting in day after day of trying a case in front of a jury, which one of the most exhausting activities I know about, dashing up to the law library after court had adjourned to spend three or four hours looking up law points with which I could trap my adversary the next day...
Wrote for the popular pulp detective magazine, Black Mask on a sporadic basis in the early 1920s (creating wildly popular "Ed Jenkins, Phantom Crook" stories in 1925). He continued to write pulp stories for the magazine into the 1940s.