The Eleventh Adventure of The Green Lama
The Case of the Fugitive Fingerprints
by Kendell Foster Crossen writing as Richard Foster
A clever killer leaves a trail of bloody fingerprints that lead exactly nowhere, because the owner apparently materializes only to kill.
Code of Death — Exciting Mystery
by Herbert Koehl
Zachary’s plan was airtight, but Jim Maxton had something up his sleeve — or we should say, in his overcoat pocket
Three on a Murder — An Exciting Novelet
by Kent Richards
Barry Crantan found that Carol Carolton reversed the usual Hollywood process. She came in with a big flurry of dough and went out — on a slab!
Noah Had an Ark — Strange Mystery Tale
by Richard Sale
This ginzo couldn’t even wait for the dove of peace; he leaped right into the flood — of G-Men!
Brother Hijacker — Thrilling Tale of Suspense
by Stephen McBarron
It was a bad spot for Shane — between Marcia and her killer-brother — because in the final showdown it meant death for someone Marcia loved.
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