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by Johnston McCulley

eBook The Crimson Clown Again download ISBN: 160543454X
Author: Johnston McCulley
Publisher: Ramble House (April 21, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 230
ePub: 1989 kb
Fb2: 1281 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

Johnston McCulley (February 2, 1883 – November 23, 1958) was the author of hundreds of stories, fifty novels, numerous screenplays for film and television, and the creator of the character Zorro.

Johnston McCulley (February 2, 1883 – November 23, 1958) was the author of hundreds of stories, fifty novels, numerous screenplays for film and television, and the creator of the character Zorro. Many of his novels and stories were written under the pseudonyms Harrington Strong, Raley Brien, George Drayne, Monica Morton, Rowena Raley, Frederic Phelps, Walter Pierson, and John Mack Stone, among others.

The Crimson Clown book. Aside from Zorro, McCulley created many other pulp characters, including Black Star, The Spider, The Mongoose, and Thubway Tham

The Crimson Clown book. Aside from Zorro, McCulley created many other pulp characters, including Black Star, The Spider, The Mongoose, and Thubway Tham.

Again the door opened, and a man in a wet cloak and hat entered the tavern and locked the door. Never hurt a native again,' he cried. Then he climbed out through a window at the back of the tavern - and ran off into the stormy night

Again the door opened, and a man in a wet cloak and hat entered the tavern and locked the door. When he turned, they saw the black mask on his face. Zorro!' cried Gonzales. Then he climbed out through a window at the back of the tavern - and ran off into the stormy night. After the landlord unlocked the door, two men from the town ran in, asking, 'What happened?'

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Johnston McCulley (February 2, 1883 Ottawa, Illinois - November 23, 1958) was the . This was followed by "The Crimson Clown Again;; (1928).

Johnston McCulley (February 2, 1883 Ottawa, Illinois - November 23, 1958) was the author of hundreds of stories, fifty novels, numerous screenplays for film and television, and the creator of the character Zorro. McCulley started as a police reporter for The Police Gazette and served as an Army public affairs officer during World War I. An amateur history buff, he went on to a career in pulp fiction and screenplays, often using a Southern California backdrop for his stories. Aside from Zorro, McCulley created many other pulp characters, including Black Star, The Mongoose, and Thubway Tham.

THE CRIMSON CLOWN AGAIN, also published by Ramble House. Used availability for Johnston McCulley's The Crimson Clown.

In 1927 Johnston McCulley published a collection of his stories about Delton Prouse, a gentleman burglar who uses a red clown outfit and a hypodermic needle to steal from the rich and give half to the poor. The other half he keeps to pay for his clown outfits. Then in 1928 he came out with a whole new collection of episodes for Delton, even more intriguing than the first. If you are a fan of heroes like Zorro, whom McCulley invented, you will love Delton Prouse.