Author: Orrie Hitt

Hitt had a grinding regimen, twelve-hour days in front of an aged Remington Royal perched on the kitchen table, surrounded by iced coffee, noisy children and Winston cigarettes, pausing only for supper or to watch wrestling or Sergeant Bilko on the television.

Hitt produced a novel every two weeks, for which he was paid as little as $250. Most of his writing was done on the fly---think up a good title, a few hot situations, and start typing

Lee Server from Encyclopedia of Pulp Fiction Writers.