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Jack Kofoed

a.k.a. John 'Jack' Christian Kofoed, Jack L. Harrison *, E.L.A. Grifton *

Author Code: AJJK

Born: Dec. 17, 1894 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Died: Dec. 27, 1979 - Miami, Florida, USA

Educated at Germantown High School, Kofoed published his first story, Down to Victory when still at school. Jack was the twin brother of William and they both began working for The Philadelphia Daily Public Ledger after graduation in 1913. Throughout the next few years, Jack published many stories in the pulp magazines. In 1916, he was a sports reporter. During the First World War, Jack was a war correspondent in France. Following the war he continued publishing adventure stories. In 1928, he began to write for Fight Stories magazine. He continued to have a working relationship with his brother, who was often the editor of magazines to which Jack contributed. In World War II, Jack volunteered and was stationed in England as a Major in the Public Information Office. Following the war, he continued to write for the pulp magazines in all genres in addition to his column for the Miami Herald. His many works include The Jewelled Ibis (1919), The Mystery of the Marseilles Express (1920), Night Clubs [with Jimmy Durante] (1931), Box-Office Champ (1934), Brandy for Heroes (1938), Leg Man in Seven-League Boots (1946), Moon Over Miami (1955), Florida Story (1960) and Fifty-Fifty (1963).

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AJJK002 Brothers-of-the-Coast 1920 6 117k eBook Download PDF - 'Brothers-of-the-Coast' (AJJK002)   Download ePub - 'Brothers-of-the-Coast' (AJJK002) Find a printed copy of Brothers-of-the-Coast by Jack Kofoed at AbeBooks
AJJK001 The Sherlock Holmes Theory 1950 11 268k eBook Download PDF - 'The Sherlock Holmes Theory' (AJJK001)   Download ePub - 'The Sherlock Holmes Theory' (AJJK001) Find a printed copy of The Sherlock Holmes Theory by Jack Kofoed at AbeBooks

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