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The discovery reported last year in Gores, Hammett and Keeler made it into Keeler News 96 (PDF), the bulletin of the Harry Stephen Keeler Society. The Society is run—and Keeler News edited—by the tireless Richard Polt, who pulled an old article from the Chicago Tribune for more on the story.

Checking my records I see the first Keeler novels I read were Sing-Sing Nights (1928), The Amazing Web (1930) and The Marceau Case (1936). They got me hooked, and I think any would work as a good first Keeler if you want to sample his unique œuvre. For me, I think it’s time to do some rereading …