Author:Robert Henry Leitfred

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Robert Henry Leitfred
(1891–1968)
American author of pulp fiction. Sometimes used the pseudonym Robert Fleming.

Works[edit]

  • "Planks," in War Stories (March 1927)
  • "Water a la Carte," in War Stories (July 1927)
  • "Ninety Steps Down," in War Stories (September 1927)
  • "Oh, Celestine, Now Could You," in War Stories (September 1927)
  • "East of the Argonne," in Battle Stories (February 1928)
  • "Bayonet Jazz," in Brief Stories (December 1928)
  • "Windows Facing the Street," in Sweetheart Stories (March 1928)
  • "Weary Kilometers," in The Popular Magazine (April 1928)
  • "When Do We Sleep?," in War Stories (July 1928)
  • "Three Canteens," in Over the Top (April 1929)
  • "Fencing the Fokker," in Airplane Stories (April 1929)
  • "Hawk of the Skylanes," in Airplane Stories (May 1929)
  • "Latchstrings to Paradise," in Aces (August 1929)
  • "Fifty White Knights," in Three Star Stories (September 1929)
  • "Where Gravity Ends", in Air Wonder Stories (September 1929)
  • "The Glory Trail," in Aces (December 1929)
  • "Attack Again at Dawn!" in Over the Top (December 1929)
  • "Through Military Channels," in Three Star Magazine (December 1928)
  • "Blind Man’s Courage," in Love and War Stories (January 1930)
  • "Buddies in Arms," in Over the Top (January 1930)
  • "Marne River Madness," in Action Novels (April 1930)
  • "Dead Stick," in Aces (May 1930)
  • "The Water Cart Sector," in Over the Top (June 1930)
  • "13 Down," in Aces (October 1930)
  • "Prisoners of the Electron" in Astounding Stories of Super Science, 04 (01)
  • "The Mad Runner," in Battle Stories (February 1931)
  • "Pawns of the Air," in Aces (February 1931)
  • "The Crimson Cloud," in Aces (March 1931)
  • "Swirling Waters," in West (April 1931)
  • "The Bullet-Catcher," in Aces (July 1931)
  • "White Death," in Aces (August 1931)
  • "Ships of the Mighty," in Aces (October 1931)
  • "Treason Flight," in Aces (March 1932)
  • "The Disk of Death," in Sky Birds (November 1932)
  • "Avoid Combat," in George Bruce’s Squadron (September 1933)
  • "Prisms of Space," in Astounding Stories (November 1933)
  • "The Dark Angel," in Wings (February-March 1934)
  • "Cyclone Peelot," in Battle Birds (March 1934)
  • "Listening Wires," in The Phantom Detective (June 1934)
  • "Death Tolls the Bell," in Flying Aces (December 1934)
  • "Falcon Fury," in Sky Birds (January 1935)
  • "He Couldn’t Take It," in Short Stories (February 1935)
  • "Yellow Doom," in Weird Tales (May 1935, vol. 25, no. 5)
  • "Escape," in Clues Detective Stories (February 1936)
  • "River Boss," in Top-Notch (February 1936)
  • "The Devil Laughed," in Detective Fiction Weekly (October 1936)
  • "Ghost Control," in The Lone Eagle (October 1936)
  • "Treason Wings," in Dare-Devil Aces (October 1936)
  • The Corpse That Spoke (1936)
  • The Man Who Was Murdered Twice (1937)
  • "Death Cancels the Evidence," in Short Stories (February 1938, a Simon Crole story, alternative title: "Murder is my Racket")
  • "Pay-Off of the Red Shadow," in Short Stories (June 1938)
  • "Claws of the Dark Dragon," in Short Stories (September 1938)
  • "China Boy," in Short Stories (December 1938)
  • "Stolen Fortune," in Australian Women's Weekly Supplement (1938)
  • "Outlaw Cargoes," in Short Stories (February 1939)
  • "Madman’s Holiday," in Wings (Fall 1939)
  • "If with All Your Heart," in Short Stories (March 1940)
  • "Witness, the Wind," in Short Stories (June 1940)
  • "Five Pieces of Silver," in Short Stories (August 1940)
  • "Night Freight," in Short Stories (September 1940, a Simon Crole story)
  • "Seven Seconds of Eternity," in Weird Tales (September-October 1940, vol. 35, no. 5)
  • "Until the Day of Peace," in Short Stories (May 1941)
  • "Boss of Red River," in Short Stories (September 1941)
  • "Core of the Purple Flame," in Weird Tales (November-December 1941, vol. 36, no. 2)
  • "No Evidence Needed," in Short Stories (October 1944)
  • And Death Drove On (1945, as Robert Fleming)
  • "No Vault of Ours," in Short Stories (October 1947)
  • "The Thirteenth Key," in Short Stories (May 1950)
  • "Riverman," in Short Stories (January 1951)


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they are legally published within the United States (or the United Nations Headquarters in New York subject to Section 7 of the United States Headquarters Agreement) before 1964, and copyright was not renewed.

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For other renewal records of publications between 1922–1950 see the University of Pennsylvania copyright records scans.
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It is imperative that contributors search the renewal databases and ascertain that there is no evidence of a copyright renewal before using this license. Failure to do so will result in the deletion of the work as a copyright violation. The author died in 1968, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.