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 pulps were among the most widely published, and readers couldn't seem to gobble them up fast enough. The All Detective Magazine, published by Dell Publishing Co., was a good example of why. The storys were well-written and contained thrills galore. Some of pulpdom's top writers contributed to this series, and the action tales never failed to satisfy. The magazine made its debut with the November 1932 issue and continued monthly for 27 issues. With the February 1935 issue, the magazine changed its name to Doctor Death, based on a character who had appeared in the magazine six months earlier. After three issues under this title, the magazine folded. All Detective Magazine now returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
A Complete Novelette
The Man Who Died Twice
by William E. Barrett
He used death itself as a pawn in his ruthless game; but the grim jaws gaped for him when he baited a trap with virtue.
Spheres Of Cathay
by Arthur J. Burks
When Dorus Noel entered that Chinese den, he knew what waited; but lives of millionaires’ sons were marked for the Black Pocket.
“Crime Don't Pay”
by C. Wiles Hallock
Wally wanted to be a big shot in the burglar dodge, but be was a fly to a bloated spider when he let sentiment interfere with business.
A Bitter Tonic And A Salt — A True Feature
by Edward Podolsky
No matter how wise, every poisoner meets some toxicologist who knows as much — too much for the poisoner.
Street Of The Devil — Complete Novelette
by Earl W. Scott
Where murder rubbed cheek with lust — a Border dive — the American dick entered alone to collect companions for his friend in the grave.
by Robert Leslie Bellam
One word only was whispered at that rendezvous with death, but it lived when the lips were dust and the killer heard it once again.
Curse Of The Jeweled Siva
by Allan K. Echols
The prince of jewel thieves staked his cunning against the Grow ??? Shadow that always followed that stone; but unseen hands stretched out from the Icy Robes.
Protection — Short Short Story
by Justin Pate
Razorbacks are just pigs in the hands of a mountaineer, but when automatics blast them they are ghastly death.
Hoodoo Track — Complete Novelette
by Paul Jennings
Death’s own jockey rode those horses and the Reaper collected the bets; but a reporter played a different stake when he entered the stable of vengeance.
by The Inspector
This is your crime and mystery laboratory: advice and information on matters pertaining to criminology and law.