Dime Mystery Magazine was one of the most popular of the shudder pulps. It began in 1932 under the title Dime Mystery Book Magazine. Dime Mystery Book Magazine made its debut in December of that year, offering readers "a $2.00 mystery book for the truly amazing price of ten cents!" After eight issues the title was changed to Dime Mystery Magazine, a title it kept until the end of 1949. In late 1933, weird menace began to creep into the series, and it is today best remembered for that type of story. But for the first few issues, the magazines each featured a single novel-length story that were more standard murder mysteries, albeit a bit more grisly. The editors claimed these to be "The best detective fiction your money can buy!" This ebook contains a classic story from the pages of Dime Mystery Book Magazine, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
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The Murderer of Bride’s House Speaks —
by Beldon Duff
The Bride’s House Horror — December 1932 issue of Dime Mystery Book Magazine
by Beldon Duff
“Ask no questions!” said the lease. And the lawyer added his own grim warning: “The last two tenants died suddenly — mysteriously. Another woman, a bride, sought shelter in the house from a blizzard... She vanished!” Undaunted, Annassa West moved in. But not until The Fleshless Hands brought their nightly gifts of stark terror and death did the House of Wholesale Murder give up its ghastly secret!
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