Gold Seal Detective
Started out as a cops-and-robbers pulp with emphasis on police action and heavy thugs; as Ace Detective switched to heroic detective (usually police or FBI) chasing harsh thugs. Authors include Norman A. Daniels, Frederick C. Painton, Theodore Tinsley, Frederick C. Davis.
Renamed Ace Detective Magazine from Aug-1936.
SCOURGE OF THE SILVER DRAGON—E. HOFFMANN PRICE
For weary days, Flint, Department of Justice manhunter, trudged the murky streets of Frisco’s Chinatown. He was searching for the hell-tracks of the Silver Dragon. And when he crossed them he found a frozenfaced Oriental and a beautiful woman with the eyes of Satan.
DICKS DIE HARD—THEODORE TINSLEY
Martin Clyde, headquarters detective, would walk barefoot through hell to prove that—
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