William G. Bogart

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William Gibson Bogart (June 17, 1903–July 20, 1977) was an American pulp fiction writer. He is best known[by whom?] for writing several Doc Savage novels, under the pseudonym Kenneth Robeson.

Bogat's "Johnny Saxon" novella "The Cincinnati Murders" was the cover story for the March 1946 issue of Mammoth Detective

In addition to the Doc Savage novels, Bogart published works in many genres under his own name. He also created the detective Johnny Saxon, and featured him in several novels.

Doc Savage novels by Bogart[edit]

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