An American novelist and playwright, he’s remembered for his novels featuring Chinese language- American detective Charlie Chan. His well-known Charlie Chan game titles include The Chinese language Bird (1926) and Keeper from the Secrets (1932). He analyzed at Harvard University or college. Pursuing his 1907 graduation, he worked well like a journalist for The Simple Seller. He was posthumously inducted in to the Warren Town Schools Recognized Alumni Hall of Popularity. He was created to Robert and Emma Biggers in Warren, Ohio. He wedded Eleanor Biggers in 1912. His 1913 book, Seven Secrets to Baldpate, was converted to a film by George M. Cohan.