A Feature-Length “Secret Agent X” Novel
Death’s Frozen Formula
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts writing as Brant House
Strange human derelicts left newsreel showings with evil, hidden intent. And Agent X had to pierce an unfathomable enigma — while sinister gusts of hell’s killing cold trapped X in a murder maelstrom.
Justice Borrows Bullets
by Roger Torrey
The spirit of a small boy who might some day meet a G-man’s handicap fate, drove Special Agent Archer to follow a microscope hunch that could earn him fool’s name or death — or both.
by Steve Fisher
Lieutenant Ted Toy could have summoned Coast Guard guns to blast a snatch ship, but on that evil craft a child movie star would be murdered at the first salvo.
by Henry P. Stevens
Fritz was hoping desperately to be dealt too many aces out of one deck of cards.
Assignment To Hell
by Frank Gruber
G-man Smith was banking on the chance that a robber baron was so clever he’d give himself away.
by Henry F. Church
Pert young Rosa O’Mara flirted too much with deadly undercover oversight.
by Charles Molyneux Brown
Narcotics Inspector Gil Grady’s only hope lay in the dumbest of all creatures — oysters...
by Charles Marquis Warren
A lawman’s woman knew that men of justice must ever fight against outnumbering forces. But she did not know that blood-soaked odds could even a tragedy-marked heart wrong.