(Greater) Gangster Stories
Initially one of Hersey's more successful pulps, Gangster Stories was sold in 1932, along with all his magazine assets. The new owners boastfully renamed the magazine Greater Gangster Stories but the readers were less impressed and the magazine folded after only 13 issues.
GUNS OF GANGLAND—FREDERICK BORDEN
They say the big racket can't last. "Spend-a-Thousand" Eddie, glamorous Underworld king, who followed the smoke of his own six-gun from the gutter to the peak of gangland power, knew of other ways to beat the racket; and when he sent that fatal bullet into the heart of Big Trip Kennedy, he was taking it for granted that the blonde dancer would be happy after all.
THE DEVIL’S CONFESSION—D. B. McCANDLESS
In a few minutes he will go through the green door. But before he goes . . . before that slow, steady march into the unknown begins, the Devil has something to say.