Lewis Patrick Greene (1891-1971), who usually wrote under the name L. Patrick Greene, was an English writer of adventure stories.
Greene was born in England. He spent several years in Rhodesia working as a civil servant, before a back injury caused him to be deemed medically unfit for service and discharged. By 1913, Greene had emigrated to the US and became an American citizen, settling in Boston.
THE WATCHER AT THE FORD
SERVANT OF THE BEAST