The Sixth Adventure of The Green Lama
Death’s Head Face
by Kendell Foster Crossen writing as Richard Foster
An incredible murder syndicate reaches out its bloody tentacles to engulf the Green Lama. In an amazing blitzkrieg of death-dealing vengeance led by the man with the deaths head face.
Not Dead But Sleeping — Strange Mystery Tale
by Hugh B. Cave
“Captain Howell reporting.” It was a new war but Pop Howell fought it like the old one.
Death Of A Banshee — A Great Novelet
by B. B. Fowler
Tug Walsh found a kindred soul in Mary Duveen — an attractive young lady who understood Irish superstitions.
Good Neighbor — A Short Short Story
by J. F. Hutton
Oil and death are where you find it.
The All-Seeing Eye — A True Story
by Nelson Robins
There were three clues around which Dr. Lacassagne wove a short but complete murder solution.
The Reel Detective — A Department
by Peter Allen
Crime Movie News
The Corpse Who Called At Dawn — Thrilling Mystery
by Richard Sale
Sometimes, if you’re not careful, you open the door and the darndest people will stagger in. An Escorts, Inc. story.
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