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Richard B. Sale

a.k.a. Richard Bernard Sale

Author Code: ARBS

Born: Dec. 17, 1911 - New York City, New York, USA

Died: Mar. 4, 1993 - Los Angeles, California, USA

Educated at Washington and Lee University. While still at school, he began sending out stories and managed to sell a couple, but it would be two years before he would manage it again. He left school before graduating and got married. He worked for various newspapers, but was still determined to write. He started to sell and was very prolific, producing a story a week. During a 10-year period, he produced over 500 stories. He wrote in many genres; mystery, horror and terror, air and sea stories to name a few. His most famous character was Joe 'Daffy' Dill, a tough-talking newspaper man who appeared in many of his stories. He had also begun to write novels, the first, Not Too Narrow, Not Too Deep, appeared in 1936, and was later made into the film Strange Cargo starring Clark Gable and Joan Crawford. He then moved to Hollywood with the intent of becoming a screenwriter, and in that he was highly successful. He produced over 30 films and directed a dozen. He continued to write stories and novels up to the end of his life in 1993, when he died after complications from a couple of strokes. He was an extremely talented writer and has been, unfortunately, ignored. His many works include Is a Ship Burning (1937), Cardinal Rock (1940< Sailor, Take Warning (1942), Lazarus#7 (1942), Destination Unknown (1943), Benefit Performance (1946), Murder at Midnight (1950, The Oscar (1963), For the President's Eyes Only (1971) and White Buffalo (1980).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ARBS003 The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea 1939 14 243k eBook Download PDF - 'The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea' (ARBS003)   Download ePub - 'The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea' (ARBS003) Find a printed copy of The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by Richard B. Sale at AbeBooks
ARBS002 The Mute One 1935 23 306k eBook Download PDF - 'The Mute One' (ARBS002)   Download ePub - 'The Mute One' (ARBS002) Find a printed copy of The Mute One by Richard B. Sale at AbeBooks
ARBS001 Sing a Song of Six Slugs 1940 11 272k eBook Download PDF - 'Sing a Song of Six Slugs' (ARBS001)   Download ePub - 'Sing a Song of Six Slugs' (ARBS001) Find a printed copy of Sing a Song of Six Slugs by Richard B. Sale at AbeBooks

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