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    My Name Is Frank (1941) by Frank Laskier
    Log Book (1942) by Frank Laskier
    Justice Rides the Bus Line by Frank Laskier, pp. 20-24
    Coronet Magazine, April 1946
    The House That Courage Built by Frank Laskier, pp. 120-125
    Coronet Magazine, December 1946
    Unseen Harbor (1947) by Frank Laskier
    1 Review
    Alfred and the Staff of Life by Frank Laskier, pp. 75-77 - PDF
     The Short Short Story
    Collier's Weekly, December 6, 1947
    The Indisposition of Mister Macdougal by Frank Laskier, pp. 18-19 - PDF
     A tough old sea dog, whose bit was as bad as his bark
    Collier's Weekly, February 14, 1948
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