Hanigan & Irving Kowalski

Created by Roger Torrey (1901-46)

HANNIGAN is a West Coast private peeper who appeared in several stories in Detective Fction Weekly with Irving Kowalski, his part-time assistant and cab driver, who calls him "Chief".

SHORT STORIES

  • "Case for a Killer" (July 17, 1937, Detective Fiction Weekly)
  • "The Meter Says Murder" (December 11, 1937, Detective Fiction Weekly)

Kowalski is referred to as Borowski in this story

  • "You Only Hang Once" (April 23, 1938, )
  • "Labor Trouble" (September 17, 1938, Detective Fiction Weekly)
  • "A Hunch For Hanigan" (November 12, 1938, Detective Fiction Weekly)
  • "Suicide Story" (April 15, 1939, Detective Fiction Weekly)
  • "Country Kill" (May 27, 1939, Detective Fiction Weekly)
  • "A Bodyguard for Beano" (August 26, 1939, Detective Fiction Weekly)
  • "No-Money Payoff" (December 16, 1939, Detective Fiction Weekly)
  • "Murder Tips the Scales" (February 24, 1940, Detective Fiction Weekly)

Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.


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