H. Donald Spatz

Pseudonym of Donald Heber Spatz. After working in public relations for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Peabody Institute, Spatz began his long career in radio in the mid-1950s as an announcer for WBAL-AM (radio station in Baltimore, Maryland). His early morning radio program ran until his retirement in 1984.


Titles and year of publication:  

 1) Murder with Long Hair  1940
 2) Death on the Nose (Also published as: 3 Girls and a Killer [1943])  1942