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Lone Wolf Detective Audiobook April 1941 - 6 hours [Audio CDs] #RA782
Lone Wolf Detective Audiobook April 1941
 
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Lone Wolf Detective Audiobook
April 1941
Read by Joe Formichella
 
 
Ace Crime-Fighters in Action.

Published by Ace Magazines and edited by A.A. Wyn. Ace Magazines would later go on to publish Ace Double Paperbacks. The magazine was an interesting mix of detective characters and hard-boiled action. "Merchant of Menace" by Robert Turner. “Dice" Daley, solo sleuth extraordinary, followed the elusive kiss and kill girl into the Devil’s own brew of evil. For not only did she leave in her wake a lethal trail of terror - but she lured Daley himself straight into the embrace of death. "One Escort — Missing or Dead" by Roger Torrey. A mysterious advertisement leads direct to morgue headlines. When Private Detective Joe Shannon answered the mysterious advertisement to call for the missing playboy, he didn’t know he was on the verge of making his own morgue headlines.
 
The five stories were originally published in the April, 1941 issue of Lone Wolf Detective magazine and is read by Joe Formichella.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Merchant of Menace
by Robert Turner
“Dice" Daley, solo sleuth extraordinary, followed the elusive kiss and kill girl into the Devil’s own brew of evil. For not only did she leave in her wake a lethal trail of terror - but she lured Daley himself straight into the embrace of death.
Chapter 1: Kiss and Kill Girl
Chapter 2: Gun Greeting
Chapter 3: The Cat Clue
Chapter 4: Corpse in the Kitchen
Chapter 5: Murder Melee
 
One Escort — Missing or Dead
by Roger Torrey
A mysterious advertisement leads direct to morgue headlines. When Private Detective Joe Shannon answered the mysterious advertisement to call for the missing playboy, he didn’t know he was on the verge of making his own morgue headlines.
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
 
Homicide Ledger
by Clifton T. Holmes
When Phil Benson lone-wolfs it to balance crime’s account book, he can’t erase crimson splotches - without giving his own suicide signature. Many times Phil Benson had balanced crime’s account book. But when he lone-wolfed it to adjust that banker’s records, he couldn’t erase crimson splotches - without giving his own suicide signature.
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
 
The Corpse Maker
by Eric Lennox
To capture the sinister killer, Investigator Purvis has himself put behind prison bars. Each time the killer struck with sinister quickness. No one could tell who the next victim would be, or when he would fall. But Private Detective Purvis, braving all alone grisly threats of death, had a hunch as to the murderer’s identity. And to capture the corpse maker, he had himself put behind bars.
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
 
Bullet Bank-Nite
by Paul Adams
Troubleshooter Webb Marlin plays the leading role in a homicide fadeout. Single-handed, Troubleshooter Webb Marlin set out to break the shake-down shackles from his big-shot movie boss. But Webb ran into a murder scene - with himself playing the leading role in a homicide fadeout.
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
 

Joe Formichella is a Hackney literary award winner, Pushcart nominee and IPPY true crime book of the year finalist for Murder Creek. He is the author of five novels, three non-fiction books, several anthologized short stories and edited The Shoe Burnin’. He has narrated nearly a hundred books in his home studio at Waterhole Branch Productions, where he lives with his wife, author Suzanne Hudson.

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