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.
Ace Magazines published so many detective magazines that it's hard to keep track of them all. But they knew what they were doing. Action galore! Heroes of the police battle underworld thugs! This is what Ace Magazines specialized in. They published titles like Capt. Hazzard, Lone Wolf Detective, Spy Novels, Eerie Stories, Secret Agent X and Ace Mystery. Gold Seal Detective was a good example of the top-notch detective thrills that they delivered to their readers every month. Unfortunately, it was one of their shorter-lived magazines. It made its debut with the December 1935 issue and continued under this title for six issues. The name was changed to Ace Detective Magazine with the August 1936 issue, but closed after only three more issues. While it lasted, it offered mystery and thrills to countless readers. Gold Seal Detective returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
One Complete Crime-War Novel
The Steel Copper
By Clark Aiken
Butcher Gellet was one crook whom Chief Radigan couldn’t rough up. For Gellet had a special ring-trained punch, and was backed by bullet bets that couldn’t be coppered.
Three Great Action Novelettes
Gangway For A G-Man!
By James Perley Hughes
G-Man Mort Holborn used a corpse for a ticket to get him inside Boots Salvini’s hideout. But it looked like Holborn’s own corpse would be his ticket out.
By Anson Hard
When Sergeant Bellaire tried to trap that big-time crook known as the “Mouse” it was the Sergeant himself who got caught in a lead-baited cage.
Tower Of Terror
By Norman A. Daniels
The Crime-Busters were hot on the heels of death, the skyscraper’s first tenant. But they moved so fast on the murder trail they tripped on a forty-story homicide trap.
Four Thrilling Short Stories
The Hot Alibi
By John H. Compton
Hot money can burn a death-chair brand on the palm.
The Boomerang Corpse
By Darrell Jordan
A corpse-rung bell tolled macabre summons for Trooper Tom Sterling.
By Austen Weyland
Old Horace Williams had a special method of planting crook poison.
Murder In The Tombs
By David M. Norman
A homicide case in a strange setting — New York’s great prison.