Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Thrilling Mystery magazine came from Thrilling Publications, who also produced titles such as Thrilling Wonder Stories, Thrilling Adventures, Thrilling Western, Thrilling Sports, Thrilling Love, Thrilling Baseball, Thrilling Detective, Thrilling Ranch, Thrilling Sports. They also published a number of pulp magazines without "Thrilling" in the title, such as Captain Future, The Black Bat, The Green Ghost and the Phantom Detective.
Thrilling Mystery made its debut in October 1935 as a weird menace publication, following the success of other magazines like Dime Mystery and Terror Tales. As public tastes changed, so did the magazine, gradually phasing out the weird menace angle, and becoming a conventional mystery magazine. With the winter 1945 issue, the title changed to Thrilling Mystery Novel Magazine. In the summer of 1947 it became Detective Mystery Novel Magazine, and finally in the winter of 1949 issue, the title became 2 Detective Mystery Novels Magazine. It was a long-lived pulp magazine that published its last issue in the winter of 1951. Thrilling Mystery returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Featured Book-Length Mystery Novel Selection
Cellini Smith: Detective
by Robert Reeves
Death strikes terror with a strange new weapon when the hard-boiled crime-buster Cellini Smith takes the trail of a treasure map that may point to wealth — or doom! The path of murder winds from a hobo camp to the Underworld — and on to Wall Street...
The Scent Of Pine — Short Story
by Anthony Tompkins
Bill Vance thought he did a swell job arranging his partner’s suicide.
Your Murder, Sir! — Short Story
by John L. Benton
A perfect butler attempts to plot the perfect crime...
Closed Book — Short Story
by Norman A. Daniels
Jerry Grant gets the chance to sit in the District Attorney’s chair.
The Line-Up — A Department
Where readers and the editor meet.