Thomas B. Dewey

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Thomas Blanchard Dewey (Elkhart, Indiana, March 6, 1915 – Tempe, Arizona, April 1981[citation needed]) was an American author of hardboiled crime novels. He created two series of novels: the first one features Mac, a private investigator from Chicago, the second features Pete Schoefield.

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Mac series[edit]

  • Draw the Curtain Close, 1947[1]
  • Every Bet's a Sure Thing, 1953
  • Prey for Me, 1954
  • The Mean Streets, 1954
  • The Brave, Bad Girls, 1956
  • You've Got Him Cold, 1958
  • The Case of the Chased and the Chaste, 1959
  • The Girl Who Wasn't There, 1960
  • How Hard to Kill, 1962
  • A Sad Song Singing, 1963
  • Don't Cry for Long, 1964
  • Portrait of a Dead Heiress, 1965
  • "The Big Job" (short story), 1965
  • Deadline, 1966
  • Death and Taxes, 1967
  • The King Killers, 1968
  • The Love-Death Thing, 1969
  • The Taurus Trip, 1970

Pete Schoefield series[edit]

  • And When She Stops, 1957
  • Go To Sleep, Jeannie, 1959
  • Too Hot For Hawaii, 1960
  • The Golden Hooligan, 1961
  • Go Honeylou, 1962
  • The Girl with the Sweet Plump Knees, 1963
  • The Girl in the Punchbowl, 1964
  • Only on Tuesdays, 1964
  • A Sad Song Singing, 1963
  • Don't Cry for Long, 1964
  • Nude in Nevada, 1964
  • Deadline, 1966
  • Death and Taxes, 1967

Other[edit]

  • Hue And Cry, 1944
  • As Good as Dead, 1946
  • Mourning After, 1950
  • My Love Is Violent, 1956
  • The Case of the Murdered Model, 1959
  • The Girl Who Wasn't There, 1960
  • Hunter at Large, 1961
  • Deadline, 1966

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dewey, Thomas B. (1947). Draw the Curtain Close (First ed.). New York: Jefferson House. 

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