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Detective and Murder Mysteries eBook November 1939 - [Download] #RE343
Detective and Murder Mysteries eBook November 1939

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Radio Archives Pulp Classics
Detective and Murder Mysteries eBook
November 1939
Grisly crime, stalwart heroes, strong women... those were the hallmark of the short-lived magazine series entitled Detective and Murder Mysteries. The small pulp publisher Columbia Publications, best remembered for Crack Detective Stories and Hooded Detective, released the first issue in March 1939 and it continued until November of the same year. After a year's hiatus, it returned for one more issue in February of 1941, at which time the magazine closed down. Only five issues were ever published. Detective and Murder Mysteries returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Four Intriguing Novelets
Carnival Of Terror
by Stewart Sterling
A phantom fiend turned gorgeous Jane Brummick’s circus into a body-studded ghoul’s paradise... but when Detective Nick Redding got a cadaver’s leering answer to his clue hunt, he was mob-trapped as the hellborn ringmaster of that corpse carnival!
The Kill-Joy
by Dale De V. Kier
Inspector Grant Hale could save his bride-to-be from the butchering knives of that Chinatown death-master... if he could discover why every man who had received a blood-red egg of doom had died, and who it was who had sent him his deadly wedding gift... a blood-red egg!
The Walking Cadaver
by Leo Hoban
To save gorgeous Breta Wallace from a torture master’s snatch-kill trap, Tim Tock, ace crime reporter, got himself cop-hunted as his sweetheart’s butchering kidnapper!
Homicide Print
by Lloyd Llewell
His habit of snapping photographs gave Detective Nark O’Day all the evidence needed to send a state trooper’s killer to the chair... but that evidence made O’Day wonder how even a million dollars could drive a father to slay his son!
Eight Dynamic Short Stories
The Corpse’s Alibi
by Frank Belknap Long. Jr.
Interne John Holden performed an operation that netted him the highest fee a surgeon ever received... but Holden collected only homicide dividends!
The Dead Tell Tales
by Wilson Hill
A rifle bullet made Dark Hamilton a millionaire... but only for a day — because a killer can be too cautious!
You Can’t Burlesque Murder
by Ray Cummings
Only David Harper’s surgeon father could save him from Sing Sing lightning for that flaming Lorelei’s fiendish mutilation... yet Dr. Harper had nothing to work on but his belief that blood will tell!
Rehearsal For The Morgue
by Duane W. Rimel
Fate decreed that Detective Leonard White could save ravishing Marcia from death-house damnation... by dying as a love-crushed vengeance slayer!
Death’s Heiress
by Stephen McBarron
Tough investigator Carruthers searched through three states to find the heiress to an old lady’s fortune... but Beth Murtha’s lovely body, lying bloody in the snow showed him the girl was willed to death!
Avengers Fill The Morgue
by Paul Selonke
It was the Kentucky hill code, more than the will to live, that made Detective Seale struggle so desperately in that gas-filling execution chamber... for if he died, the shooting of his ravishing Anna Kritchen would be unavenged!
Cult Of The Undead
by Ted Tindell
To smash that sin merchant’s traffic in girls, Detective Jack Kennerly had to offer himself and beautiful Helen Gray as sacrifices in a love cult’s mad ritual of flaming bodies!
Guard Me From A Rub-Out
by Robert Leslie Bellem
To get hot-squat testimony from that gorgeous blonde’s fear-sealed lips, Detective Bill Dauphin turned her boudoir into a gangland execution chamber!
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want.

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5 of 5 Good selection of stories November 21, 2022
Reviewer: Stephen K Lau from Atlanta, GA United States  
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5 of 5 November 21, 2022
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