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Henry Slesar *

a.k.a. Henry Schlosser, O. H. Leslie *, Jay Street *

Author Code: AHSL

Born: Jun. 12, 1927 - Brooklyn, New York, USA

Died: Apr. 2, 2002 - New York City, New York, USA

From a Russian-Jewish background, Slesar grew up and was educated in Brooklyn. After graduating from high school he found a job as a copywriter in the advertising industry. He was later credited with inventing the term 'coffee break'. In 1955, he published his first science-fiction story, The Brat, in Imaginative Tales. He took on the pseudonym of O. H.Leslie for a large number of his SF and fantasy short stories. In spite of his enormous output in these areas, he is best remembered for his works in the mystery genre. he was exceptionally successful in television and contributed to shows such as Tales of the Unexpected, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Man From U.N.C.L.E, The Twilight Zone and the long-running serial The Edge of Night. Slesar was still actively writing at his death from complications arising from an operation. He was awarded an Edgar award twice and an Emmy in 1974. His many works include 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957), The Grey Flannel Shroud (1958), The Bridge of Lions (1963), Thing at the Door (1974), Murders Most Macabre (1986) and The Veil (1997).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AHSL001 The Delegate From Venus 1958 12 242k eBook Download PDF - 'The Delegate From Venus' (AHSL001) Find a printed copy of The Delegate From Venus by Henry Slesar * at AbeBooks
AHSL005 Dream Town 1957 12 168k eBook Download PDF - 'Dream Town' (AHSL005) Find a printed copy of Dream Town by Henry Slesar * at AbeBooks
AHSL006 Heart 1957 13 257k eBook Download PDF - 'Heart' (AHSL006) Find a printed copy of Heart by Henry Slesar * at AbeBooks
AHSL004 My Father, the Cat 1957 7 224k eBook Download PDF - 'My Father, the Cat' (AHSL004) Find a printed copy of My Father, the Cat by Henry Slesar * at AbeBooks
AHSL002 Reluctant Genius 1957 3 218k eBook Download PDF - 'Reluctant Genius' (AHSL002) Find a printed copy of Reluctant Genius by Henry Slesar * at AbeBooks
AHSL003 The Success Machine 1960 12 230k eBook Download PDF - 'The Success Machine' (AHSL003) Find a printed copy of The Success Machine by Henry Slesar * at AbeBooks

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