John Keogh
Created by Roger Torrey
(1901-46)

Yet another of pulpster Torey's seemingly endless supply of tough guy private eyes, JOHN KEOGH appears in, as far as I can tell, only one short story, "Murder for Teacher," narrated in the first person, in the May 1944 issue of Speed Detective.

Torrey had another eye named Matt Keogh whose career was equally short-lived, but there doesn't seem to be any relation.

SHORT STORIES

  • "A Murder For Teacher (May 1944, Speed Detective)

Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.


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