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Do not combine this page with the author page for Grant Maxwell.  They are two different people.  Thank you.

According to Wikipedia, the pen name Maxwell Grant was used by Walter B. Gibson, and also, for Shadow stories, by Theodore Tinsley, Bruce Elliott, & Dennis Lynds. Note that there are several titles in the 336 book Shadow series that have the same name. Alibi Trail (237 and 304), Jade Dragon (244 and 321), The Shadow Meets the Mask (228 and 284) and Wizard of Crime (180 and 264). The difference is hopefully indicated like this : Alibi Trail [Book 237] Alibi Trail [Book 304] etc. Under the pen name Andy Adams, Gibson is credited with writing at least five of the twelve novels in the Biff Brewster juvenile adventure and mystery series for adolescent boys: Brazilian Gold Mine Mystery, Mystery of the Mexican Treasure, Mystery of the Ambush in India, Egyptian Scarab Mystery, and Mystery of the Alpine Pass.

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Do not combine this page with the author page for Grant Maxwell.  They are two different people.  Thank you.

According to Wikipedia, the pen name Maxwell Grant was used by Walter B. Gibson, and also, for Shadow stories, by Theodore Tinsley, Bruce Elliott, & Dennis Lynds. Note that there are several titles in the 336 book Shadow series that have the same name. Alibi Trail (237 and 304), Jade Dragon (244 and 321), The Shadow Meets the Mask (228 and 284) and Wizard of Crime (180 and 264). The difference is hopefully indicated like this : Alibi Trail [Book 237] Alibi Trail [Book 304] etc. Under the pen name Andy Adams, Gibson is credited with writing at least five of the twelve novels in the Biff Brewster juvenile adventure and mystery series for adolescent boys: Brazilian Gold Mine Mystery, Mystery of the Mexican Treasure, Mystery of the Ambush in India, Egyptian Scarab Mystery, and Mystery of the Alpine Pass.

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