Thomas Walsh

  • Born: (New York, USA)
  • Died: (Danbury, Connecticut, USA)

Walsh began writing as a reporter for the Baltimore Sun and for the U.S. Army Historical Branch, but by 1933 he retired from journalism and turned to mystery writing. As a self-employed writer for thirty-six years, Walsh published more than fifty short stories and eleven novels--each set in the streets of New York City and depicting various elements of the city's vital population.
Some of his novels were adapted as movies, including Union Station (1950), Pushover (1954) and Don't Turn 'em Loose (1936).


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