“Secret Agent X” Novel
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts writing as Brant House
That awesome, implacable killer sent such chill terror to the hearts of powerful coal barons that they formed a dread syndicate with Satan to save their lives. And even the skill and daring of Secret Agent X seemed defeated against so powerful a combine.
The Purple Halo — G-Man Action Yarn
by S.J. Bailey
G-Man Jim Reed was praying that nobody would attempt to rescue him, though he knew death was looming closer and closer.
Death Is A Stowaway — Crime on The High Seas
by Walter Walker
On the bloody ship Iron Castle, the only clue to murder was corpses. For Death was a stowaway on her gory passage to an uncertain port.
Murder Without Means — Hollywood Detective Drama
by John A. Saxon
Moviedom’s leading heart-throbber went into his act, not knowing it was his last one. Because on the set no means of murder was visible.
Freighted For Hell — “Ex-Marine Kennedy” Story
by William Benton Johnston
He had to beat those Tennessee moonshiners at their own wiles, knowing nothing of those shrewd, taciturn mountaineers.
Hand Of Double Doom — Tale of Retribution
by Vance C. Criss
Wendell Barst didn’t believe in taking chances. But he overplayed his hand when he forgot that sometimes the hand of Death deals double.
Bloody Monkey Business — City Detective Tale
by Ralph Powers
The he-man detective had to follow the ridiculous trail of a clowning monkey to solve the mystery of stolen ice, a dead man, a pretty girl and a hophead.