Steady As The Tides! — An Editorial
Book-Length Spider Novel
The Spider And The Slave Doctor
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Not until the Man in the Red Mask had seized the nation’s entire supply of life-saving drugs and enslaved the medical profession, did the police realize the purpose of Murder’s newest henchman! By then, the department was paralyzed; young Dr. Guilmuir was sacrificing his life in the chair; his fiancee and Nita van Sloan were in the Vipers’ Pit — and the Spider alone was left to answer Humanity’s urgent cry for help!
Morris Street Murder March — A Doc Turner Story
By Arthur Leo Zagat
Those pitiful, poverty-stricken inhabitants of Morris Street had long forgotten their ancient enemy, The Baron. But, deep in Hogbund Lane, old Doc Turner saw the awful thing which signaled the return of the Vengeance-Killer!
The Web — A Department
Conducted by The Chief
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