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Arthur B. Reeve

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Constance Dunlap


By Arthur B. Reeve
Mystery

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Guy Garrick


By Arthur B. Reeve
Mystery

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The Ear In The Wall


By Arthur B. Reeve
Mystery

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The Exploits Of Elaine


By Arthur B. Reeve
Novel

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The Film Mystery


By Arthur B. Reeve
Mystery

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The Gold Of The Gods


By Arthur B. Reeve
Novel

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The Poisoned Pen


By Arthur B. Reeve
Novels

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Arthur B. Reeve

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Arthur B. Reeve (born October 15, 1880, died August 9, 1936, original name: Arthur Benjamin Reeve, graduate of Princeton and New York Law School, best known for creating the series character Professor Craig Kennedy, sometimes called "The American Sherlock Holmes." 18 mystery/detective novels with series characters Professor Craig Kennedy and his Dr.Watson-like sidekick Walter Jameson (newspaper reporter).

Some of his stories are The Black Hand 1911, The Campaign Grafter, Constance Dunlap, The Deadly Tube 1911, The Dream Doctor 1914, The Ear In The Wall 1916, The Exploits of Elaine 1915, The Film Mystery 1921, Gold of the Gods 1915, Guy Garrick, The Invisible Ray, The Poisoned Pen 1912, The Romance of Elaine 1916 (the sequel to The Exploits of Elaine), The Silent Bullet 1912, The Steel Door, The Treasure-Train 1917, The War Terror 1915, and The White Slave.



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