The Second Adventure of The Green Lama
Croesus Of Murder
by Kendell Foster Crossen writing as Richard Foster
The shadow of a ruthless, mad dictator’s power casts itself over the nation and The Green Lama marshals his cohorts in a battle to the death against this secret menace led by a masked American who seeks the mantle of world dictator.
The Thumb Tack Mystery — The True Story Of The Month
by H. W. Corley
There are those, still alive, who may yet insist that the murdered man was not murdered at all.
Murder Me Him! — A Thrilling Novelet
by Hugh B. Cave
“I want you to kill a man,” the girl had said, and when the murder plot unfolded Carey Dole was really sorry he hadn’t taken the case.
The Reel Detective — A New Department
Hollywood’s forthcoming mystery thrillers.
A Dick’s Duty — Thrilling Mystery
by Prentice Agnew
The story of a fog that came and went quickly — even while the moon shone brightly.
Little Gun — Strange Mystery Tale
by John Earl Davis
The pattern of murder was as complex as the personality of the murderer.
The Readers’ Sentence — A Department
Letters to the Editor.
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