Cronin is one of those authors whose personal story quickly becomes the story.
For those who are as captivated by this book as I am, try also Cronin's Mary and O'Neil—absolutely stupendous.
Cronin takes this angle when explaining his interest in vampires.
There was, first of all, Captain Cronin to be visited in Bellevue.
We call that rock by a strange name—from a strange circumstance, said Cronin.
At Cronin's agency, late that night, there came a cablegram from the greatest detective bureau of France.
Miss Cronin wired obedience and would be on the way immediately.
We devoutly hope that the officers authorized by law will succeed in bringing to justice the assassins of Dr. Cronin.
And as you were not to be found I paid a visit to Miss Cronin.
"It's the only thing that will be any use, it seems to me," Cronin replied.