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T T Flynn


(Thomas Theodore Flynn)
USA flag (1902 - 1978)

Theodore Thomas Flynn (better known as T.T. Flynn, western and detective fiction author) is nowadays remembered for his book, The Man from Laramie, which was made into a successful movie. He also wrote a series of stories about Mr. Maddox, a bookie detective, in Dime Detective; another series about a P.I. couple Trixie and Mike in Detective Fiction Weekly; and wrote western stories for Adventure, Short Stories, Star Western, and Argosy.

I first came across T.T. Flynn when i read the novella, Satan's Deputy, the first story in the Star Western collection edited by Jon Tuska. Flynn kept the trouble piling up on the hero. In the first three pages, the hero comes out of prison after a two year sentence for a crime he didn't commit and rides off into a stagecoach holdup that goes wrong; the posse that comes to the rescue arrests him as a suspect. In the final shootout, the bad guys set the house in which the hero is hiding on fire. Good triumphs, but not before sailing through a sea of troubles.
 

Genres: Western
 
Novels
   Two Faces West (1954)
   The Man from Laramie (1955)
   The Angry Man (1956)
   The Man from Nowhere (1958)
   It's Murder (1959)
   Wrong Man At Soledad (1959)
   Riding High (1961)
   Night of the Comanche Moon (1995)
   The Rawhide Kid (1997)
   Conquistadore's Gold (1998)
   Shafter Range (2009)
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Collections
   The Bold West (2000) (with Will C Brown and Alan LeMay)
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Anthologies containing stories by T T Flynn
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The Dames (2008)
(Pulp Fiction, book 3)
edited by
Otto Penzler

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