Spot for the D.A. — An Editorial
The Book-Length Spider Novel
by Emile C. Tepperman writing as Grant Stockbridge
Could the nation’s keenest lawmen stem the tide of murder and demolition created by El Crocodilo, when that brutal mystery-king of a bygone Underworld seemed able to forestall every brilliant, daring thrust of the Spider himself?... Read this stirring account of Richard Went-worth’s indomitable sally into the very jaws of the most sinister trap ever set to destroy the Master of Men!
Bank-Night for Corpses — An Ed Race Thriller
by Emile C. Tepperman
Ed Race, the Masked Marksman, thrilled the audience with his miraculous six-gun prowess — and stepped from the stage into the range of sharpshooters whose gunplay was not for entertainment, but for death...
Murder Marches On — A Doc Turner Mystery
by Arthur Leo Zagat
Old Doc Turner was accustomed to protecting those ignorant, pathetic slum-dwellers from human vultures — but how could he save them from the horror of an invisible parade which always left warm corpses strewn in its wake!...
Innocent Bystander — Poetry
The Web — A Department
Conducted for the SPIDER by Moran Tudury
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