A , Reward And A Walking Dead Man Start The Action In This Hair Raising Tale Of Chase And Adventure Which Involves A Tough Transit Cop And The Girl He Lovesbut Betrays
Walsh began writing as a reporter for the Balti Sun and for the U.S Army Historical Branch, but by 1933 he retired from journalism and turned to mystery writing As a self employed writer for thirty six years, Walsh publishedthan fifty short stories and eleven novels each set in the streets of New York City and depicting various elements of the city s vital population His 1955 Nightmare in Manhattan, described as maintaining a consistent level of suspense throughout, received an Edgar Award for best first mystery and later became the successful film Union Station , starring William Holden Walsh s other novels include, Night Watch, Dark Window, Dangerous Passenger, The Action of the Tiger, and The Eye of the Needle, a 1961 Inner Sanctum Mystery Contest winner.
- To Hide a Rogue
- Thomas Walsh
- 19 May 2017 Thomas Walsh