Even more prolific than BarkerC by SheahanJ

Question 4

In the 1930s and 40s, before his career took the turn for which he is best known today, this writer was believed to be the world's most prolific author of pulp fiction, churning out an estimated 100,000 words per month in works such as "Dead Men Kill," "He Didn't Like Cats," and "Cargo of Coffins." (One of his later works, published in 1982, would eventually become the source for possibly the worst-reviewed movie ever made).