Created by Milton K. Ozaki (1913-1989)
"She was a clean-limbed, lemon fluff blonde waiting for a taxi..."
A lady dick from pulpmeister Milton K. Ozaki? This one's going straight on my TBR pile.
SARAH LIVINGSTON is a Chicago gumshoe searching for her sister's killer, aided by the out-of-towner her sister had picked up just prior to her murder.
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.
Under his real name and the pseudonyms Robert O. Saber and Mark Shane, he created several other Chicago P.I.s, including Rusty Forbes, Max Keene and Carl Guard, among others.
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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