Death Ray — An Editorial
Thrilling Feature-Length Novel of America’s Undercover Ace
Liberty’s Suicide Legions
by Emile C. Tepperman writing as Curtis Steele
Purple armies from the prairies and a great Purple navy looming over the western horizon made ready to clamp the fetters of slavery on America's last defenders. But a grim line of fighting men waited in the Emperor Rudolph's path with a soldierly serenity that said, "Here we die." And every life laid on this altar of freedom gave Jimmy Christopher, Operator 5 of the Intelligence, new respite as he followed a trail of desperate adventure studded with disgrace and death.
Death’s Toy Shop — A Red Finger Story
by Arthur Leo Zagat
At seven o'clock would come the prearranged signal that was to spell doom for America. Could Red Finger, with only ten minutes left, halt the grim attack of that secret waiting army?
Red Dust of Death — A Jeffrey King Story
by Frank Gruber
An exotically beautiful woman, an American colonel in trouble, and an aging general with a riding crop were Jeffrey King's only leads to a sputtering fuse of intrigue which would explode the world...
The Secret Sentinel — A Department
The cry of "Spy!" shakes the capitals of the world.
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