Ten Stories — All Complete
A Suspenseful Novelet
Man With The Radar Mind
By Victor and Greta Bardet
He was hot copy, this fanatical little man with his bizarre notions about being able to send out murder-impulses. But Lin Brockwell saw farther: Clarence Mimsey’s delusions made a perfect framework for a superb revenge!
A Series-Character Mystery
Murder Feeds The Flames
By Frank Kane
Johnny Liddell knew there was something phony about the excessive fire-claims against a particular insurance company, but no one seemed to be benefiting from the suspected arson!
Baby Goes Bye-Bye — Short Story
By C.S. Montanye
Even a somewhat slippery citizen deserves a square deal from the law, and Mydan was sure that Big Sam Hoag hadn’t killed “Baby” Hampton. Besides, “Baby” had been a fine girl and a friend in need — and Mydan particularly wanted to get her killer!
Poison Brown — Short Story
By Basil Wells
Mrs. Cole’s husband was suspicious — but not suspicious enough!
The Moon Sees Murder — Short Story
By Rex Whitechurch
And sometimes it takes murder to make a person see what is right before him!
Once Upon A Crime — Short Story
By Tom Thursday
She was Just another “juvenile delinquent” who thought she knew what the world was all about. But was she just another teen-age killer, too?
Too Cheap To Live — Short Story
By Jack Bradley
Even with fifteen grand in his hands, Benny Slagle still couldn’t see his way clear to shell out a couple of bucks for safety.
Whistle, Killer, Whistle — Short Story
By Ralph Berard
Finding out who wiped fingerprints away is sometimes more important than finding out who left them in the first place.