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Who is Theodore Roscoe?
Theodore Roscoe was an American biographer and writer of adventure, fantasy novels and stories. Roscoe's stories appeared in pulp magazines including Argosy, Wings, Flying Stories, Far East Adventure Stories, Fight Stories, Action Stories and Adventure. A collection of his stories, The Wonderful Lips of Thibong Linh, was published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in 1981. Altus Press has published a 3 volume collection of his "Thibaut Corday and the Foreign Legion" stories, and a biography of him in 2012. The biography "PULPMASTER: The Theodore Roscoe Story," by Audrey Parente, published by Starmont House was reprinted by Altus Press in 2012.
- born in (109 years ago) in Rochester
- nationality: United States of America
- died in (23 years ago) in Florida
- written works: "DANGER TRAIL, THE - 08/28", "The Wonderful Lips of Thibong Linh", "Z Is for Zombie", "A Grave Must Be Deep", "On the seas and in the skies", "This is your Navy", "Picture history of the U.S. Navy", "Poems by Contemporary Women", "Pig Boats", "The Lincoln assassination, April 14, 1865", "I'll grind their bones", "Only in New England", "Murder on the way!", "The web of conspiracy", "True tales of bold escapes", "United States Submarine Operations in World War II"
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