Theodore A. Tinsley

Theodore A. Tinsley (1894-1979) was a prolific noir writer who wrote for all of the prominent pulp magazines, including Black Mask, Munsey’s, All Detective and Action. His best-known creations are Carrie Cashin, a private eye who become pulp fiction’s most popular female character, and Jerry Tracy, a gossip reporter with a nose for sniffing out murders.

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