A Feature-Length “Secret Agent X” Novel
City Of Madness
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts writing as Brant House
All Agent X’s plans to save millions of lives fell to pieces when his most important confederate, Harvey Bates, rebelled against X’s orders. For Bates insisted that the dangerous Charlotta, glamorous spy of war days, was incapable of evil.
G-man’s Clue Girl
by Bob Gordon
Nimble-witted Edith Ellis had the choice of becoming a gangster’s moll or a corpse — if G-man Britt did not win a race against time.
Treasure From Hell
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
A manhunter’s trail stopped where rabbit hairs disappeared and a murder wave engulfed a beautiful heiress.
Ten Cents A Life
by John H. Compton
Fate fashioned a pen to free a killer or torture Cabot, the Washington man, to death. But Cabot seized that pen and wrote what he thought to be a safe-conduct through a bullet hail.
by Paul Chadwick
The secret service operative’s wits were keen, but he needed more than brains when he baited a trap with murder’s false color.
The Phantom Patrol
by Ralph Powers
His name was plain Smith; but he knew that the white-feather clue left by sinister murderers was a fancy one from a fancy bird — which Smith determined to make his bird of vengeance.