William Fuller has born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, in 1913, and after two years of college, worked a variety of jobs, including freighter deckhand, migratory farm worker, short order cook, Hollywood extra, newspaper reporter and publicity promoter. Fuller joined the army at the outset of World War II, and while stationed stateside, married Eunice Bourne Lee, heiress and stage actress, with whom he had three sons. After the war, the family moved to Winter Haven, Florida, where he began a career as a mainstream short story writer in 1946. Turning to crime novels in 1954, he wrote six Brad Dolan adventures in the 1950s, and one standalone novel, all for Dell Books. After retiring from his writing career, Fuller spent the rest of his life as the owner of a charter fishing boat. He died in Winter Haven in 1982.
- Back Country
- "Brad Dolan is believably tough, mentally as well as physically … literate hard paced violence remindful of James M. Cain."—Brett Halliday. Introduction by Bill Pronzini. February 2022. Black Gat #36.
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