Speaking About Crime — A Department
by The Editors
Fantastic true stories of crimes you never read about.
The Fourteenth Adventure of The Green Lama
The Case of the Beardless Corpse
by Kendell Foster Crossen writing as Richard Foster
The Green Lama embarks on his greatest case — to outwit the strange killer who shaves his victim after he’s dead and plants clues for the police before he kills!
Sailor, Be Wary — A Smashing Novelet
by Dale Clark
A cry in the night — a body in a rumble seat — these and an unseen killer cross trails in a crime that only one man may solve.
Next Stop — Murder! — A Dramatic True Story
by Peter Richards
On the bloody deck of a horror ship lay the body of its murdered captain and at the helm crouched the mad killer who had sworn that nothing could stop him but Death!
Murder on Your Mind — Strange Mystery Tale
by William Brandon
“People you dislike often dislike you, but when dislike goes on to murder —”
A Copper for Breakfast — Unusual Mystery Tale
by J. Lane Linklater
The case of the man who was tracked to rainbow’s end — because of a dust stain on his shirt!
They Sneer at Death — A Gripping True Story
by Joseph Fulling Fishman
Crouched in the darkened corridor of a jail gone mad, were four desperate prisoners with knives, waiting for a guard who could not carry a gun.
The Angel’s Spear — A Short Mystery
by John H. Knox
Trackless murder brought to bay at the end of a silver flecked trail of death.
False “Facts” about Criminals — A Surprising True Story
by David Crewe
The startling story of the thousand drug slaves who did not want to be cured!
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