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.
Five complete detective novels, each following the adventures of a hard-boiled shamus battling single-handed against the serpent of crime. True, the "novels" were a bit on the short side, but they didn't lack for excitement and action. This was another of the many crime magazines published by Ace Magazines. Some of their other titles included Capt. Hazzard, Spy Novels, Eerie Stories, Secret Agent X, Ace Mystery and Gold Seal Detective. When Lone Wolf Detective made its debut, it was under the title Variety Detective Magazine. It boasted twelve complete stories each featuring a variety of crime. These were hard-bitten detective mysteries that grabbed the reader from the first paragraph, and didn't let go until the very last word. After eight issues, the magazine changed direction slightly, and became Lone Wolf Detective Magazine, now featuring five longer stories in each issue. It ran in that format from February 1940 until April of 1941 when it was forced to close because of wartime paper rationing. Lone Wolf Detective Magazine returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Five Complete Novels
The Three Wise Corpses
by Chester Brant
Blaine, the lone-wolf D.A., finds a murderer’s memento in a triple tragedy.
Curse Of The Cloven Hoof
by Paul Adams
Alone, Detective Sheldon challenges a phantom marauder that leaves hideous death in its wake.
by John Gregory
Troubleshooter Captain K. makes a solo flight to get a killer’s close-up.
League Of Doom
by Eric Lennox
This dick plays a single-handed game with the crime cards stacked against him.
by Arthur Flint
He tries to spike the tragic tune played by hell’s music master.