Author: Ellery Queen
Translator: Young-hwan Seol
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About The Author
Ellery Queen was a pseudonym used by two cousins, Frederick Dannay (1905-1972) and Manfred B. Lee (1905-1982), both of them American, to write detective fiction. Movies, radio shows, and television shows were also based on their works.
In a successful series of novels that covered 42 years, Ellery Queen was not only the name of the author, but also that of the detective-hero of the stories. Towards the end of their career, the cousins also produced novels, mainly original paperbacks, under the Ellery Queen name that did not feature the character Ellery Queen. They also wrote four novels under the name of Barnaby Ross about a Shakespearian actor/detective named Drury Lane. These novels were later reiussed under the Ellery Queen byline. Some of the later Ellery Queen novels were ghost-written by Theodore Sturgeon, Avram Davidson, Jack Vance, and other prominent mystery writers.
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