Scientific Detective (Annual)
A saddle-stitched, digest-size magazine of standard crime-adventure fare, Scientific Detective belied its name and had several fact articles and an occasional quiz about its fiction, which appears to be primarily reprint material. It's commencement is not known; the earliest issue noted has been March 1945, labeled volume 5, number 1; the latest issue inspected was dated May 1948.
There were also at least two, undated, issues of Scientific Detective Annual one of which appears to have preceded the first issue of Scientific Detective and the other of which reprinted some stories from early issues of the latter.
THE TERROR IN THE AIR—Arthur B. Reeve
Why should Norton put a sheet-lead cover over the battery and dynamo on his plane? Was it to ward off death?
THE AZURE RING—ARTHUR B. REEVE
In the Museum of Natural History is a crude specimen of one of the most deadly poisons in the vegetable world. What is it? And was it employed to kill a young attorney, or did he die by accident?
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