Detective Novel(s) Magazine
For most of its life Detective Novels Magazine offered two short novels, a small selection of short stories and a few features as fillers, mainly on a bimonthly schedule, and is best known for the two series of stories featuring Jerry Wade (the Candid Camera Kid) and The Crimson Mask. In 1944 the format changed to featuring just a single "novel" and a handful of short stories and the title was changed accordingly to Detective Novel Magazine.
There was also a Canadian reprint edition in the 1940s and a British reprint edition in the 1950s.
NO CAUSE FOR ALARM—JOHN L. BENTON
Patrolman Tim Brady Is Torn Between Fire and Loot—and Finds the Answer to a Riddle!
TO HELL WITH DEATH—CYRIL PLUNKETT
The Gods of Chance Play Havoc with Keith Craven's Plans!
GOOD FISHING—HAROLD DE POLO
The Sheriff of Derby County Casts for Danger and Reels in a Heap of Big City Gangster Trouble!