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Arthur Somers Roche (1883–1935)

Mystery thriller writer Arthur Somers Roche was born in Somerville, Massachusetts. He was the son of James Jeffry Roche, a prominent Irish-American author, journalist and diplomat and Mary Frances Halloran, a native of Massachusetts who died of pneumonia in 1885, some months shy of her thirtieth birthday. Roche attended The College of the Holly ... See full bio »

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Known For

Penthouse
Penthouse Writer
(1933)
Star of Midnight
(1935)
Society Lawyer
(1939)
Shadow of Doubt
(1935)

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 1939 Society Lawyer (from a story by) / (novel "Penthouse" - uncredited)
 1935 Star of Midnight (novel)
 1935 Shadow of Doubt (from the story by)
 1933 Penthouse (from the story by: in Cosmopolitan Magazine)
 1929 Man, Woman and Wife (story "Fallen Angels")
 1927 Come to My House (story)
 1927 The Girl from Chicago (story "Business Is Best")
 1927 The Wise Wife (novel)
 1927 Wolf's Clothing (story)
 1927 Finger Prints (story)
 1926 The Mystery Club (story "The Crimes of the Armchair Club")
 1925 Any Woman (story)
 1923 The Day of Faith (novel)
 1922 Trail's End
 1922 Living Lies (story "A Scrap of Paper" - novel "Plunder")
 1921 Over the Wire (story)
 1920 The Simp (Short)
 1920 The Sport of Kings (novel)
 1919 Loot (novel)
 1917 The Gray Ghost (novel "Loot")
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Story: "The Crimes of the Armchair Club" (filmed as The Mystery Club (1926)) See more »

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