Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Detective Dime Novels featured the adventures of Dr. Thaddeus Harker, a sawbones with a penchant for crime. The first issue was dated April 1940. Doc Harker was an old-fashioned Southern gentleman, a retired chemist who now devotes his life to criminology. He travels around in a run-down medicine show with his two aides "Herk" Jones and Brenda Sloan. With this as his cover, he delivers his own brand of justice when crime sprouts. The second issue of the magazine series was renamed Red Star Detective and the series closed down after a total of four issues. The final issue did not feature Dr. Harker. Detective Dime Novels returns, reissued for today's readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Crime Nest — A Thrilling Full-Length Novel
by Edwin Truett
Introducing Dr. Thaddeus Clay Harker who has his own peculiar remedy for rat-infested towns. A new Dime Novels’ feature character.
Peril For Sale — Smashing Crime Novelette
by Robert Leslie Bellem
Nick Ransom, proprietor of Risks, Incorporated, finds stunt flying a cinch compared to tracking down a ruthless kidnapper and double murderer.
Trouble for Three — Thrilling Adventure
by Murray W. Mosser
Tom Henderson had a good memory and a gnawing hatred, both of which things helped him find his pal’s killers.
Troopers Vacation — Startling Short Story
by L. K. Frank
Trooper Bill Lawson had never been shot at by a girl — and that was the starting point of a very busy vacation.
A Gal Named Sal — Gripping Detective Story
by C. S. Montanye
Rick Boston looked for the man with the wax-white face with only hope and revenge to go on.
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