A Feature-Length “Secret Agent X” Novel
Curse of the Mandarin’s Fan
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts writing as Brant House
Chang, lord of Chinatown’s secret catacombs, ruler of an empire of Hell — held the dire curse of a fan of evil. And the blood of the innocent was shed with the blood of the guilty... And even Secret Agent X, nemesis of master criminals, found himself hopelessly entangled in this strange, mad vortex of rival kings of nefarious crime.
by Maitland Scott
“A rat without the brains of a rat — Drew will soon be caught.” That was what the radio announced. But Joe Drew was safe in the snowbound mountains — with $50,000 loot — and a ruse that was sharp as a rat’s fangs.
by Ralph Powers
Detective Steve Brady fell to theorizing when people swore they saw a corpse come back to wreak vengeance on its enemies. So Brady had to rely on this theory — that even a comeback corpse couldn’t shoot bullets around corners.
Merchant of Madness
by W. Chambers Ward
In the deathlike stiffness four men waited — a senator, a police captain, and two G-men — waited for the senator to go stark, raving mad. It was only a matter of minutes now, and always the invisible master of madness had kept his weird promise.
The Eye of Death
by William Benton Johnston
Ex-Marine Kennedy, F.B.I. agent, dug in against twenty murderous gangsters. Facing hopeless odds, Kennedy was counting on using... The Eye Of Death!