Erle Stanley Gardner


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Noun1.Erle Stanley Gardner - writer of detective novels featuring Perry Mason (1889-1970)
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The way the narrative flows also invokes key atmospheric moments paying a wonderful homage to the world created by Erle Stanley Gardner, while adding material to make it timely and relevant.
Erle Stanley Gardner, author of the famous Perry Mason detective novels, dedicated his 1955 'The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary' to Majoska with a foreword that made reference to bangungot:
1889: Erle Stanley Gardner, US author and lawyer who created Perry Mason, was born.
Maybe what the insufferable and by now exceedingly tiresome Donald Trump had in mind was Erle Stanley Gardner, author of the Perry Mason detective series, when he recently evoked the case of the dancing Muslims, a tale that involved "thousands and thousands" of Arabs in the streets of Jersey City, New Jersey, wildly cheering on the attacks on the Twin Towers on 9/11.
I'd have to say I'm a real "aficianado'' of mystery novels, like those "Erle'' writes -- Erle Stanley Gardner, of course.
During my youth the two writers who attracted me most were the American detective fiction writer Erle Stanley Gardner and the British murder mystery and romance novelist Agatha Christie.
Lawyers everywhere, regardless of area of practice, owe a debt of gratitude to lawyer-turned-author Erle Stanley Gardner.