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Harry Stephen Keeler (1890–1967)

Harry Stephen Keeler was a prolific author of detective fiction who was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. He specialized in the "webwork plot", an exaggeratedly convoluted narrative style. He was the creator of some of the most original and idiosyncratic mysteries ever written. "Sing Sing Nights" (1927) inspired at least two films: Sing Sing Nights ... See full bio »

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  The Flyer Hold Up (based on a short story by) (announced)
 1934 The Mysterious Mr. Wong (suggested by the story: "The Twelve Coins of Confucius")
 1934 Sing Sing Nights (novel "Sing Sing Nights")

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