Jack Boyle (1881-1928) was the creator of the honorable criminal Boston Blackie, a popular character featured in radio serials, movies, and TV shows throughout the early twentieth century. After moving to San Francisco to work as a newspaperman, Boyle became addicted to opium and turned to a life of crime. He wrote the first Boston Blackie stories in San Quentin.
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