1880 - 1941

Writing as: Ared White

According to Wikipedia: "Major General George A. White (18 July 1880 – 23 November 1941) was an American journalist, magazine editor, and senior officer of the Oregon National Guard, who helped organize The American Legion. He commanded the 41st Infantry Division, Oregon National Guard, from January 1930 until his death in November 1941.

White was one of 20 officers at the Allied Officers' Club, Rue Faubourg St. Honore, on February 16, 1919, who were credited with the founding of The American Legion. He subsequently became its first national vice commander. He founded The American Legion magazine and was its first editor. For his services to The American Legion, and for promoting friendship between the United States and France, he was awarded the French Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor on July 9, 1934. He also wrote several short stories for both pulp magazines and "slick" magazines, such as Adventure, Everybody's Magazine and The Saturday Evening Post"

Series Books
Fox Elton The Spy Trap (ss) (1929)
  The Spy Net (1930)
  The Prisoner of Vincennes (ss) (1930)
  Submarine Bait (ss) (1931)
  The Herr Kapitan (ss) (1933)
  Agent B-7 (1934)
  The Phantom Muscovite (ss) (1934)
  Under the Front Lines (ss) (1935)
  Baited Cipher (ss) (1935)
  The Courier From Spa (ss) (1935)
  Zeppelin Raider (ss) (1935)
  The Spy Double (ss) (1936)
  The Agent From Berlin (ss) (1937)