A Feature-Length Secret Agent “X” Novel
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts writing as Brant House
From the very air itself came that strange and ghastly death. It seemed to be everywhere, weaving a weird pattern of terror. Barricaded doors could not keep it out. The brains and bullets of the law could not combat it. Only one man fought to trace it to its horror home. And that man was Secret Agent X. But Agent X was checkmated by the one he loved best.
Receipt For Hell
by Norman A. Daniels
Trying to exonerate himself with the police department, Jason McGee’s only weapon in a maw of bullet-laden death was a hack driver’s reckoning.
Crucibles Of The Damned
by Frederick C. Davis
The mystical Ravenwood had only one clue to those night-spawned, torturing fiends — a soundless, cryptic, tapping reverberation that pulsed through the rain-drenched night.
by James Perley Hughes
Gerry Lindsay discovered, too late, that his name was entered in that suave physician’s book of ghastly doom. For he knew he would become a gargoyle-headed monster — powerless to save his lovely sweetheart.
by Robert Blackmon
Private Detective Malloy took a suicidal case when it found that hot gun-lead was the mould for those fabulous pump-off pearls.