Johnny Carr
(aka "Johnny Cass)

Created by Roger Torrey

Onde of the earliest of what would soon become a long string of hard-boiled private eyes created by pulpster Torrey, JOHNNY CARR" (sometimes called "Johnny Cass") was your typically tough, cynical shamus, quick to dish out either the rough stuff or the wisecracks, depending upon the occasion. His stories, narrated in first person, appeared in Dime Detective.


  • "Opals Are Unlucky" (February 15, 1934, Dime Detective)
  • "Hot Money" (May 1, 1934, Dime Detective)
  • "A Death in the Family" (June 1, 1934, Dime Detective)
  • "Dice and No Dice" (September 15, 1934, Dime Detective)
  • "The Jade Beast" (December 1, 1934, Dime Detective)

Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.a

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