Dick Wentworth’s Alter Ego — An Editorial
Grant Stockbridge speaks
Book-Length Spider Novel
The Devil’s Paymaster
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
At the merest whim of Crime’s new overlord citizens writhed in baffling, agonized death! Wholesale murder threatened; officialdom threw up its hands in mystified failure! Could the Spider, himself grievously wounded and trapped, remove the scarlet stigma attached to America’s proud symbol of Freedom — The Statue of Liberty?
The Man Who Dialed Death — Introducing A New Crime Fighter
By O. B. Myers
Rig Donaldson was no fireman or sleuth. But he braved a blazing holocaust to save three lives; then called upon his lineman experience — and traced a call that rang the busy signal for murder!
The Web — A Department
Conducted by The Chief
Clearing House for Comment.
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