Lee Fiske

Created by Robert Martin (pseudonyms: Lee Roberts; 1908-1976)

Although Robert Martin's best known for the long string of novelettes and novels he wrote about Cleveland, Ohio gumshoe Jim Bennett (and his secretary and future wife, Sandy Hollis), he also penned several pulp shorts and a couple of novels about equally sympathetic private eye LEE FISKE under the pen name of Lee Roberts.

Martin's apprenticeship in the pages of the pulps served him well when he moved to novels. As Lee Roberts, he also wrote about the crime-solving Dr. Clinton Shannon.


  • "Case of the Careless Caress" (January 1948, Dime Detective)
  • Just a Corpse at Twilight" (March 1949, Dime Detective)
  • "A Corpse in Time" (October 1949, All-Story Detective)
  • "Killer on the Town" (February 1950, 15 Story Detective)
  • "Married to Murder" (August 1950, 15 Story Detective)
  • "Death Under Glass" (February 1952, Dime Detective)
  • "Husband's Best Friend" (May 1955, Justice; Lee Fiske)


  • Little Sister (1952)
  • The Case of the Missing Lovers (1957)

Report respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.

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