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        StatementC. Scribners Sons
        PublishersC. Scribners Sons
        LC Classifications1945
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 122 p. :
        Number of Pages69
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Ethel died in 1923 and Train married Helen Coster Gerard in 1926, with whom he had one child.


1999 "Train, Arthur",Oxford University Press, 21: 799-800,• Clipper Ship Men, [includes illustrations], copyright 1944• Voodoo Moon 2000 Sam McCain 1. Tutt proves that sometimes a poisoner isn't a poisoner. Red cloth with blue lettering, pictorial dust jacket. Quentin, Patrick, Puzzle for the Puppets, a mystery by Patrick Quentin, copyright 1944• Farewell to Sport, copyright 1938• 55, first paperback edition; a collection of seven stories involving Ephraim Tutt, "the best-known and best-loved lawyer in America"; 80 of the stories were published in the Saturday Evening Post and were enormously popular; this copy is Near Fine with just the lightest of wear.Ethan Allen, a biography by Stewart Holbrook, copyright 1940• Directed by Nicholas Colasanto, Executive Produced by Charles Larson.

Murder in the Wings 1986 5. 38 is nothing he should recall what a. Cast: Stefanie Powers, Harold Gould, Joan Shawlee and Frank Delfino. But I continue to be charmed by the notion that lawyer-heroes used to look like Mr. The latter may not have read The Double Take himself but he clearly found out about it and, as witness his letter to fellow pulp veteran Cleve F.

Vincent Millay, Ellery Queen, James Thurber, and Mary and Percy Shelley. Mantle, Burns, [editor], The Best Plays of 1943-1944, copyright 1944• Low Man on a Totem Pole, witty memoirs by H. Marshall, Bruce, The Mr. Tutt finds a way, The Flesh and Father Smith, a novel by Bruce Marshall, copyright 1945• Lincoln, Victoria, February Hill, a novel by Victoria Lincoln, copyright 1934• Welles, Sumner, The Time for Decision, copyright 1944• Sayre, Joel, Rackety Rax, a short novel by Joel Sayre, copyright 1932•