MacGrath, Harold


    Harold MacGrath (1871 - 1932) was an American author and screenwriter born in Syracuse, New York. He is best - known for his adventure, mystery, and spy stories, especially The Puppet Crown (1901). Starting as a journalist, he also contributed several of his short stories and novels to various magazines. After his first novel, Arms and the Woman (1899), he published The Puppet Crown, The Million Dollar Mystery (1915), and The Blue Rajah Murder (1930). He died at the age of 61.

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    Buren was the eighth president of United States. Earlier he served as the country’s vice president and secretary of state. Starting his career as a lawyer, he reached the highest pinnacle in the political arena.

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