Created by Robert O. Saber
Pseudonym of Milton K. Ozaki. Other pseudonyms included Mark Shane
Gee, another Windy City eye from Ozaki? Did the guy ever sleep?
See also Rusty Forbes, Carl Guard, Sarah Livingston and Carl Good, among others.
And MAX KEENE, who showed up in two books, A Dame Called Murder (1955) and A Time For Murder (1956), put out by Graphic in the mid-fifties.
Milton Ozaki was a Chicago newspaperman, artist, tax attorney and beauty salon operator who turned to writing crime fiction after World War II, and gave us a couple of dozen hard-boiled novels, all but two of them paperback originals, and all of them full of enough sex, violence and over-boiled prose to fulfill all your daily cheese requirements. Pen names included Robert O. Saber and Mark Shane.
Written and compiled by Bill Crider, originally For EyeCon, 1995.
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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