7 edition of The Tracer of Lost Persons (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) found in the catalog.
January 17, 2007
by Dodo Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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The Tracer of Lost Persons was Chambers’ third book, published in It concerns Westrel Keen, a private detective of the variety later called a skip tracer. Anyone seeking a lost person could apply to Mr. Keen. For a fee, Keen would find the missing individual, living or dead. Preceded by The Glass Sisters series. Untraceable (Tracers, #1), Unspeakable (Tracers, #2), Unstoppable (Tracers, #), Unforgivable (Tracers #3), Snapp Author: Laura Griffin.
Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons was one of radio's longest running shows, airing Octo to Ap , continuing well into the television era. It was produced by Frank and Anne Hummert, who based it upon Robert W. Chambers' novel The Tracer of Lost Persons. "Wire Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons, N.Y." And a day or two later, being on his honeymoon, he forgot all about his old friend Jack Burke. On the fifteenth day of March, , Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons, received the following cablegram from Alexandria, Egypt.
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As Kerns rants at the beginning of the book, no one involved is exceptional - they're simply the sort of benignly pleasant folk that make up the bulk of this great country. And, appropriately, The Tracer of Lost Persons is filled with the sort of benignly pleasant tales that seem to make up the bulk of this great author's work as well/5(8).
The Tracer of Lost Persons. He was thirty-three, agreeable to look at, equipped with as much culture and intelligence as is tolerated east of Fifth Avenue and west of Madison. He had a couple of elaborate rooms at the Lenox Club, a larger income than seemed to be good for him, and no profession/5.
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And that would be Mr. Keene, the finder of the women of your dreams. pages, with a reading time of ~ hours (53, words), and first published in This DRM-Free edition published by epubBooks, /5(1). The Tracer of Lost The Tracer of Lost Persons book gazed at them, meditatively joining the tips of his thin fingers.
"I want the number on 36 East Eighty-third Street changed to No. 38, and the number 38 replaced by No. 36," he said to the policeman. "I want it done at once.
Get a glazier and go up there and have it finished in an. The Tracer of Lost Persons, treading softly across the carpeted floor, approached the sanctuary, turned the handle, and walked in, carefully closing the door behind him. There was a young girl seated at a desk by an open window; she looked up quietly as he entered, then rose leisurely.
The Tracer of Lost Persons Language: English: LoC Class: PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature: Subject: Short stories Subject: New York (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs -- Fiction Subject: Detective and mystery stories Subject: Love stories Subject: Courtship -- Fiction Category: Text: EBook-No.
Release Date. The Tracer of Lost Persons caressed his chin reflectively. "_Ex_actly, Miss Smith. So this is the disease which Dr. Hollis has chosen for her specialty.
And only one case on record. _Ex_actly. Thank you." Miss Smith replaced the papers in the steel cylinder, slipped it into the pneumatic tube, sent it whizzing below to the safe-deposit vaults. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Verso of t.p.: Published June, Frontispiece and plates facing p. 48, 90,and by Edmund Frederick (plate facing p. unsigned) and hieroglyphics on p. Advertisement on p.  of preliminary pPages: Mr.
Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons was one of radio's longest running shows, airing Octo to Apcontinuing well into the television era. It was produced by Frank and Anne Hummert, who based it upon Robert W.
Chambers' novel The Tracer of Lost Persons. The sponsors included Whitehall Pharmacal, Dentyne, Aerowax, RCA Victor and Chesterfield cigarettes. It aired on the. "Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons" was a popular radio program in the midth century, supposedly based on RWC's novel, which is why I decided to read the original.
While this novel is typical of Chambers's very readable style, it is also typical in that every one /5(6). Tracer of Lost Persons by Robert W. Chambers is a book that was oft-sighted in the show’s introduction as a bit of a masterwork of detective fiction in the introduction to the radio series Mister Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons and as a basis for the series.
The Tracer of Lost Persons by Robert W. Chambers, Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure (Paperback or Softback) Chambers, Robert W.
Published by Aegypan 3/1/ (). Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons was a long-running radio detective series that debuted on NBC Blue on Octo The show featured Bennett Kilpack (and later Arthur Hughes and Phil Clarke) as Mr.
Keen, along with Jim Kelly as his sidekick Mike Clancy. Author: Lt. Jim Heitmeyer; Publisher: ISBN: Category: Missing persons Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» There are overmissing person reports daily throughout the United States. This book [Guide] was written to assist law enforcement agencies, search and rescue personnel in training that is necessary and vital for finding lost or missing people.
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Keen, tracer of lost persons was one of the longest running radio programs of all times, beginning in and not ending until The show began as a fifteen minute program but was later expanded to a half hour. I was keen to find out exactly who this “Tracer of Lost Persons” was.
Actually, that’s not quite correct. I wanted to find out if this “Tracer of Lost Persons,” printed in June,was Keen. A little over 31 years after this book was published, a detective/mystery radio show debuted on the Blue Network: Mr.
Keen, Tracer of Lost. Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons was one of radio's longest running shows, airing (Octo to Ap ), continuing well into the. Any softcover book which is at least " (or 19 cm) tall, or at least " ( cm) wide/deep. omni View all covers for The Tracer of Lost Persons (logged in users can change User Preferences to always display covers on this page)First published: Download There are overmissing person reports daily throughout the United States.
This book [Guide] was written to assist law enforcement agencies, search and rescue personnel in training that is necessary and vital for finding lost or missing people.Was that it? Where was the Tracer, anyway?
He had promised to appear. And then Carden recollected the gray wig and whiskers that the Tracer had waved at him from the cupboard, bidding him note them well. Could that beaming, benignant, tottering old gentleman have been the Tracer of Lost Persons .