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Ten Stories — All Complete
Murder On My Keyboard
By Jack Bradley
The kill-plot Mike Chandler found himself caught up in, was as thick and tightly-woven as any detective story he’d ever written. Only he didn’t know the answers in advance to this mystery!
Killer Of Fire — Featuring Bicarbonate Johnny
By Marcus Lyons
It was the frame, not the painting that the fuss was all about. And Bicarbonate Johnny found that there was another frame in the setup, besides the one around a picture.
Death Goes Downstairs
By T.W. Ford
To slip a joker into the deck when a killer deals the cards.
By John Lockhart
When you’re facing the chair, there’s nothing to lose by any venture!
The Cat In The Canary’s Cage
By Rex Whitechurch
It was a great song, the “Train Whistle Blues,” but it looked as if the song had railroaded the man who wrote it.
By Ray Cummings
When monkey business is up, what’s more natural than a monkey to help out...
One Buck To Heaven
By Leo Hoban
The Big Guy knew that his old time pals wouldn’t be satisfied to split fifty grand between them: the triggerman knew that was what the Big Guy was counting on — but more than that, they knew he was entirely right!
Deaths Guitars Are Singing
By Hal K. Wells
And if you listen closely you may hear the answer to Death’s secret.
Big Killing — Complete Novelet
By Seymour Irving Richin
Linc Castle wasn’t ready to buy what might be a frame against a man everyone was eager to have found guilty — but nonetheless, all the evidence pointed against this man, and Castle would do his duty however the chips fell.
According To The Book — Department
See if you can figure out the answer yourself.