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It was formerly suspected that Arthur Neale was a pseudonym for Marjorie Bowen. Douglas A. Anderson has shown, in Wormwood No. 13, that this is not the case. He was an American editor, who also prouced 'Thrillers for Boys' (1930).

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It was formerly suspected that Arthur Neale was a pseudonym for Marjorie Bowen. Douglas A. Anderson has shown, in Wormwood No. 13, that this is not the case. He was an American editor, who also prouced 'Thrillers for Boys' (1930).

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