- Author:William Campbell Gault
- Publisher:St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (1988)
- Pages:168 pages
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William Campbell Gault (1910–1995) was an American writer. He wrote under his own name, and as Roney Scott and Will Duke, among other pseudonyms.
William Campbell Gault (1910–1995) was an American writer. He is probably best remembered for his sports fiction, particularly the young-readers' novels he began publishing in the early 1960s, and for his crime fiction. He contributed to a wide range of pulp magazines, particularly to the sports pulps, where he was considered one of the best writers in the field
William Campbell Gault. A LITTLE less than an hour later Mrs. Casey came out to tell me he was on the phone
William Campbell Gault. I did. He’s sending a deputy to the restaurant with those two he’s holding to see if the owner can identify them. What’s the name of the restaurant?. I know where it is and I know the owner.
William Campbell Gault. Report an error in the book. To hit Brock where it hurts the most, a vengeful stranger targets the people he loves. It starts with the dead cat. Ex-private investigator Brock Callahan finds the Siamese by his mailbox, its throat cut, and assumes it is a message from some crook he put away long ago. Soon a letter arrives - 'The cat was first. Who is second?' - and Brock knows the threat is no joke. He hires his protégé, the ambitious young detective Corey Raleigh, to help him guard his wife and housekeeper, but Corey has troubles of his own. William Campbell Gault. Dime Mystery Magazine – The Man Who Coul. Come Die with Me. 1. Books.
Cat and Mouse - William Campbell Gault. A Brock Callahan Mystery.
William Campbell Gault (1910–1995) was a critically acclaimed pulp novelist. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he took seven years to graduate from high school. Though he was part of a juvenile gang, he wrote poetry in his spare time, signing it with a girl’s name lest one of his friends find it. He sold his first story in 1936, and built a great career writing for pulps like Paris Nights, Scarlet Adventures, and the infamous Black Mask. In 1939, Gault quit his job and started writing fulltime.
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Book in the Brock 'The Rock' Callahan Series). by William Campbell Gault. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780312013981.