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  • Monte Herridge
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    Message 1 of 18 , Jun 28, 2013
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      Casque of Death
      Clifford D. Clevenger
      Secret Agent "X", March, 1939

      Eternity was a split-second to Detective Nick Chant when the arms of the
      dim past combated the murder method of a twentieth Century assassin.

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      Close Cover Before Striking
      Sam Merwin, Jr.
      Black Book Detective, February, 1948

      Jed Thurston's city editor gives him a cold tip that turns hot!

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      Miss Dynamite
      Peter Dawson
      Ten Detective Aces, August, 1941

      Old man Vorhees was a collector of valuable items. But when he included a
      burlesque beauty among his purchases, he didn't know the sale would set off
      a load of T. N. T.
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      Message 2 of 18 , Jul 5, 2013
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        Suicide Scenario
        Robert Leslie Bellem
        Thrilling Detective, February, 1948
        Featuring: Nick Ransom

        A stunt man turned private eye needs every gimmick in his bag of tricks
        when a homicide pitch in Hollywood hurls him into the toughest crime case of
        his career!

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        A Roman Resurrection
        Lee Meriwether
        Argosy, December, 1904

        Being the strange case H. Quintus Flaccus set against the background of
        modern Pompeii. A Roman of the time of Nero brought back to life in 1903.

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        Little Old Lady
        Owen Fox Jerome
        Detective Novels, February, 1944

        Signora Pochitelli had two sons in the Army, but she had to prove that she,
        too, could fight to defend her America!
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        Message 3 of 18 , Jul 19, 2013
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          The Baron Makes a Photo Finish
          Curtiss T. Gardner
          G-Men Detective, Fall (September), 1944
          Featuring: Bill "Baron Munchausen" Tolliver

          Bill Tolliver, Insurance Investigator, Comes Up Against Some Mighty
          High-Class Conniving Before He Finally Unearths a Girl's Legacy!


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          No Favors Asked
          B. E. Cook
          Short Stories, March 25, 1946

          Going to College to get to be a Ship's Engineer? Just a lot of bunk, Pop
          thought.

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          A Little Psychology
          Arnold Grant
          Black Book Detective, Spring, 1951

          Don't let that long word scare you. You have no reason to fear it, unless
          like Mr. . . . . you've just committed a slight murder.
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          Message 4 of 18 , Aug 2, 2013
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            The Lottery Racketeer
            Nels Leroy Jorgensen
            Black Book Detective, February, 1948
            Featuring: Black Burton

            When Burton answers the call of his reporter friend Prior, he runs into a
            mysterious nest of rackets within rackets!


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            The Call From Stateroom 37
            Philip M. Fisher, Jr.
            All-Story Weekly, January 24, 1920

            It was on the sugar steamer Hulana this year that the ship's purser spent
            the twelve hour watch alone on board ship. At least he thought he was
            alone.

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            Death With Pictures
            John L. Benton
            Thrilling Detective, April, 1949

            A press photographer gets some camera angles on murder.
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            Message 5 of 18 , Aug 23, 2013
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              Sleuth of the Air Waves
              Emile C. Tepperman
              Ten Detective Aces, January, 1942

              Rod Mallory, the Air Wave Detective, pulled his most sensational radio
              scoop. For, in full sound of millions of listeners, he was announcing the
              report of the gun that would end his own life.

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              Bad Medicine
              Russell Hays
              Short Stories, June 10, 1935
              Featuring: Billy Two-Fox

              Billy Two-Fox Unwittingly Aids the Law While Trying to Escape From it.

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              Murder on Wheels
              Leo Hoban
              Exciting Detective, March, 1941

              Detective Ruppert Did All His Sleuthing in His Armchair -
              But It Took More Than That to Send a Killer to the Hot Seat!
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              Message 6 of 18 , Aug 30, 2013
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                Hand of Double Doom
                Vance C. Criss
                Secret Agent "X", August 1937

                Wendell Barst didn't believe in taking chances. Even when he played with
                murder, he played safe. But he overplayed his hand when he forgot that
                sometimes the hand of death deals double.

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                The Fifth Guest
                Norman A. Daniels
                10-Story Detective, April, 1948

                Into that desolate and decaying mansion four men arrived to attend a
                bizarre birthday party, for, unseen and unbidden, a fifth guest had skulked
                in - the Grim Reaper.

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                Borgia's Barbecue
                Ted Coughlan
                Popular Detective, June, 1943

                Two mysterious deaths at a roadside restaurant send Red Perry hunting a
                murderer and his recipe for ruin!
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                Message 7 of 18 , Sep 6 9:38 PM
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                  Puzzle in Peril
                  Robert Leslie Bellem
                  Thrilling Detective, October, 1949
                  Featuring: Nick Ransom

                  When Joe Five tries to prevent his son from marrying a movie actress, ace
                  Hollywood sleuth Nick Ransom finds that dealing with picture people can
                  sometimes lead to one tough murder frame.

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                  The Fatal Test
                  Raymond Lester
                  All-Story Weekly, October 25, 1919

                  A man schemes to murder his wife, but makes a fatal error.

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                  No Cause for Alarm
                  John L. Benton
                  Detective Novels, April, 1938

                  Patrolman Tim Brady Is Torn Between Fire and Loot - and Finds the Answer to
                  a Riddle!
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                  Message 8 of 18 , Sep 13 9:45 PM
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                    Long Sam Vents a Brand
                    Lee Bond
                    Texas Rangers, September, 1949
                    Featuring: Long Sam Littlejohn

                    Outlaw Long Sam Littlejohn Helps the Toughest Sheriff in Texas!

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                    Your Honey or Your Life!
                    Joe Archibald
                    Ten Detective Aces, July, 1945
                    Featuring: Dizzy Duo

                    Only nuts would think like Snooty Piper, the Evening Star's newshound. But
                    when a crime was as batty as the killing of Woo Woo Jopp, only Snooty could
                    follow the cockeyed path to the business end of a badman's Betsy.

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                    Murder is No Vacation
                    Donald Bayne Hobart
                    G-Men Detective, February, 1946

                    Detective "Mugs" Kelly gets a de luxe commission - with a corpse, a
                    frame-up and a murder charge all thrown in!
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                    Message 9 of 18 , Sep 20 9:30 PM
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                      Homicide Wholesale
                      Harold Q. Masur
                      Popular Detective, October, 1941

                      A Disappearing Deb Stirs Up a Hornet's Nest of Trouble for Private Sleuth
                      Petrie!

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                      Complete Results
                      William L. Rohde
                      Short Stories, November, 1949
                      Featuring: Mohawk Daniels

                      Railroad Cops Get Paid for Full and . . . COMPLETE RESULTS


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                      Satan's Playground
                      Leon Dupont
                      10-Story Detective, January, 1941

                      When Detective Wilson tackled the case of the cafe society scandal, he
                      flung himself into a grim game on . . . .
                      Satan's Playground
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                      Message 10 of 18 , Sep 27 9:55 PM
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                        Green-eyed Vengeance
                        Arthur J. Burks
                        Secret Agent "X", August, 1936

                        The green-eyed monster that was jealousy made Jed Raeme a gibbering madman,
                        who rushed through a sinister, death-filled night to surprise his beautiful
                        wife in a strange house of ghastly murder. And with remorse searing his
                        heart, a grim fate was preparing to make his trembling fingers sign a
                        confession to the hideous slayings committed by his unknown enemy.

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                        Thief in the Cupboard
                        Ray Fulbright
                        10-Story Detective, October, 1947

                        That rural sheriff knew how to sink his teeth into the roots of the crime.

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                        Mementos of Murder
                        John L. Benton
                        Black Book Detective, February, 1948

                        Detective Matt King turns up a bizarre collection of death weapons - which
                        lead him to an amazing killer!
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                        Message 11 of 18 , Oct 4, 2013
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                          Death on Deposit
                          Frank Johnson
                          Detective Novels, October, 1942

                          "Hap" Farrell, of the F. B. I., earns his nickname by believing in hunches,
                          but there is nothing haphazard in his pursuit of the killers who held up the
                          Clarkston Bank!

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                          Duty
                          Donald Francis McGrew
                          All-Story, September, 1913

                          Corporal Robinson, of an American military outpost in the Pacific, is
                          accused of having killed a fellow soldier. But matters are not as simple as
                          they seem.

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                          Murder in Red
                          C. S. Montanye
                          Thrilling Detective, April, 1948
                          Featuring: Dave McClain

                          Big Dave McClain at Homicide almost gets his own chips cashed in when death
                          spins the wheel for lovely Linda!
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                          Message 12 of 18 , Oct 18, 2013
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                            Last Fling at River Bend
                            Ray Palmer Tracy
                            Short Stories, February 10, 1948

                            Announcements of Intended Robbery Weren't Usually as Raw as This!

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                            Put a Lid on Lora
                            Dave Grinnell
                            10-Story Detective, November, 1946

                            Lora's nasty little habit of telephone eavesdropping was bound to get her
                            into a mess of trouble. But just how much she never suspected until Death
                            came to cross her wires.

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                            Murder in the Movies
                            Ted Coughlan
                            G-Men Detective, Fall (September) 1944

                            In the dark movie theatre a gun on the screen cracks, a patron falls, and
                            Bob Hall takes the trail of an incredible killer!
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                            Message 13 of 18 , Oct 25, 2013
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                              The Eye of Death
                              William Benton Johnston
                              Secret Agent "X", February, 1938
                              Featuring: Ex-Marine Kennedy

                              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.

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                              Hot News from Satan
                              Ken Lewis
                              10-Story Detective, November, 1946

                              Being a tramp printer, Pop Mitchell liked to take it easy by setting up
                              only small-town headlines. But homicide slipped Pop's name into hangnoose
                              scareheads when his latest boss contracted for some . . . Hot News from
                              Satan


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                              Killers Must Advertise
                              H. H. Stinson
                              Ten Detective Aces, May, 1937

                              Detective Hennessy knew that Mileaway Hackett was a killer. But to
                              establish the gangster's guilt, the detective had to taunt Hackett into
                              murdering him.
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