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Don Tracy (1905–1976)

Writer Don Tracy was born in New Britain, CT, in 1905. After graduating college he worked for several local newspapers as a reporter, and in 1928 he moved to New York City and got a job as editor of Radio News. In 1934 he published his first novel, "All Sold!", and shortly after that he published his second novel, "Flash". He taught courses at New... See full bio »

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Criss Cross
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 1995 The Underneath (novel "Criss Cross")
 1960 Thriller (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- The Big Blackout (1960) ... (story)
 1955 Celebrity Playhouse (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- A Very Big Man (1955) ... (story)
 1955 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) (novel - 1 episode)
- Last Year's Snow (1955) ... (novel)
 1955 Fireside Theatre (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- Return in Triumph (1955) ... (story)
 1949 Criss Cross (novel)

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Former reporter and editor of Radio News in New York, 1928-34. Became a widely-read author of historical novels and crime pulp fiction. Also penned novelizations of TV shows, notably The Defenders (1961) and Burke's Law (1963) under his nom de plume "Roger Fuller".


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