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Alfred Henry Lewis

a.k.a. Dan Quin *

Author Code: AAHL

Born: (?) 1855 - Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Died: Dec. 23, 1914 - New York City, New York, USA

Educated in law, Lewis initially began a law practice in Cleveland. In 1879, he became a police prosecutor and also began to write for local newspapers on police issues. In 1882, he traveled through the western states collecting material that he would later use in his novels. Many of his early westerns were printed in Kansas City newspapers under the pseudonym of Dan Quin. Lewis was an astute journalist and became one of America's most well-known political writers. In 1896, he became the Washington correspondent for the Hearst newspapers and, apart from a short stint as the editor of the humorous weekly The Verdict, remained with Hearst for the remainder of his career. In 1903, he published The Boss which attacked the machine politics of New York and which won critical acclaim. He was a regular contributor to leading magazines of the time including The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, Cosmopolitan and Pearson's Magazine. His works include Wolfville(1897), Wolfville Days (1902), Wolfville Nights (1902), Black Lion Inn (1903), The President (1904), Sunset Trail (1905), Confessions of a Detective (1906), Throwback (1906), American Patrician, The Story of Aaron Burr (1908), Apaches of New York (1912) and Faro Nell and Her Friends, Wolfville Stories (1913).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AAHL004 The President 1904 180 853k eBook Download PDF - 'The President' (AAHL004) Find a printed copy of The President by Alfred Henry Lewis at AbeBooks
AAHL001 Wolfville 1897 123 597k eBook Download PDF - 'Wolfville' (AAHL001) Find a printed copy of Wolfville by Alfred Henry Lewis at AbeBooks
AAHL003 Wolfville Days 1902 116 596k eBook Download PDF - 'Wolfville Days' (AAHL003) Find a printed copy of Wolfville Days by Alfred Henry Lewis at AbeBooks
AAHL002 Wolfville Nights 1902 122 635k eBook Download PDF - 'Wolfville Nights' (AAHL002) Find a printed copy of Wolfville Nights by Alfred Henry Lewis at AbeBooks

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