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.
Weird mystery! That was the focus of Mystery Novels Magazine, from Winford Publications, a subsidiary of Columbia Publications, which was also responsible for such pulps as Crack Detective Stories, Famous Western, Future Fantasy and Science Fiction, and Back Hood Detective. It initially debuted with the Summer 1932 issue. At that point it was a quarterly magazine of 256 pages. In January 1935, after eight issues, the magazine switched to bi-monthly, and reduced its page count to a more manageable 128 pages. It continued in this format for nine issues, then made an abrupt change, changing its focus and title to "Real Northwest Adventures." Frontier adventure replaced the mysteries. But during its relatively short run, it published some excellent murder mysteries by authors such as Philip MacDonald, Leslie Charteris, H.C. McNeile, Ellery Queen, L. Ron Hubbard and Hugh B. Cave. Mystery Novels Magazine returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
A Book-Length Novel
Death In 447
by Beulah Poynter
Crammed inside a trunk in a hotel room was the body of a beautiful woman — a woman all Broadway knew. This sinister mystery begins to unfold when Detective McConnell arrives on the scene. Dope smugglers, bootleggers, night-club entertainers, school girls, are all woven into the exciting, thrilling search for the one who knifed the beautiful show girl.
A Complete Novelette
The Dynamo Horror
by James Duncan
What supernatural force compelled the men to offer themselves as blood sacrifices to the dynamo?
Claws Of The Cat — Short Story
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
Was it some gigantic feline or some weird human hybrid that terrorized the countryside with its lustful killings?
Murder By The Dead — Short Story
by Norman A. Daniels
Jeremiah Stevens had his revenge on the ancestors of his own people 100 years after he died — at least that is what people were led to believe.
It Happened To Me — A Department