Matt Keogh
Created by Roger Torrey
(1901-46)

Yet another of pulpster Torey's seemingly endless supply of private eyes, MATT KEOGH appears in, as far as I can tell, only one short story, "Lady Killer," narrated in third person, in the August 1942 issue of Detective Story.

SHORT STORIES

  • "Lady Killer" (August 1942, Detective Story)

Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.


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