Created by Stewart Sterling (pseud. of Prentice Winchell; 1895-1976)
DON MARKO was an apparent predecessor of Winchell's series character Don Cadee, whom he wrote about under the pen name of Spencer Dean. He appeared in a few short stories near the end of the pulp era.
Like Cadee, Marko worked as Chief of Store Protection at a swank Fifth Avenue department store, but in Marko's case, the store was called Nimblett's, not Amblett's.
-- PulpGen on "The Kiss and Kill Murders"
Report respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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