1930s radio writer Edith Meiser entranced millions with Sherlock Holmes scripts

Forgotten Geniuses Who Helped ‘Invent’ Sherlock Holmes

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In the 1930s and ’40s, expert radio writer Edith Meiser crafted Holmes scripts that entranced millions of American listeners every week.

 

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1930s radio writer Edith Meiser entranced millions with Sherlock Holmes scripts