A Feature-Length Secret Agent “X” Novel
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts writing as Brant House
The Fury, a master criminal of diabolic genius, was able to checkmate even the brilliant Agent X. Then he made famous men and gorgeous women his pawns to play Satan’s grotesque game of hopscotch upon a gigantic chess board that dealt either death or madness.
by S. Gordon Gurwit
A good-looking girl was ready to queer the government operative — because she thought he was just another wise guy.
by Charles Marquis Warren
Danny Davis wrote too long about a dead man in his column. So Death sent his staring emissary to give the newspaper man an assignment in hell.
by Phil Richards
An intellectual killer planned to use the corpse itself for an alibi.
The Phantom Juggernaut
by Frederick C. Davis
Hell’s terror-freighted mystery vehicle outmatched Ravenwood’s every strategy. And his only hope of saving the despairing Mavis Lattimer from its rushing weight, lay in guessing a tantalizing clue hidden in a cryptic parable of the East.