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Archibald, Joseph Stopford: Joe Archibald Sampler 4. V1. 8 May 2012
Frederick Merrick White (1859-?) wrote a number of novels and short stories under the name Fred M. White, including the six 'Doom of London' science-fiction stories, in which various catastrophes beset London. These include The Four Days' Night (1903), in which London is beset by a massive killer smog; The Dust of Death (1903), in which diphtheria infects the city, spreading from refuse tips and sewers; and The Four White Days (1903), in which a sudden and deep winter paralyses the city under snow and ice. These six stories all first appeared in Pearson's Magazine, and were illustrated by Warwick Globe.
HECKLE AND MR. HIDE
A double-identity radio writer pounded a spot ditty which put him on a deadly spot. And when Iron Jaw O’Shaughnessy snagged a sure suspect, Snooty Piper knew justice had joggled the mike. So the rummy reporter followed a trail of radio jingles to put the jangle of handcuffs on a windpipe warper.
WILLIAM KLUMP, NURSEMAID
The Hawkeye Hawkshaw plays “wooden duck” for a killer and gets a clue from Mother Goose!
IT COULD ONLY HAPPEN TO WILLIE
Satchelfoot’s dictionary comes to the rescue when Detective Klump faces the last word in befuddlement!
SKIP TRACER BULLETS
The cops won’t listen to reason when Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, tries committing suicide to save his life!
Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, gets into a stew when he takes the trail of a Black Market murder!
Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, is a new type of Four-F—fast, furious, ferocious and funny!
DOWNED ON THE FARM
With a Jackknife slayer on the Beantown griddle, Snooty and Scoop, the cracked eggs of newsdom, beat it up to Buckwheat, Maine, to put the heat on a home-fried suspect.
Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, follows the crime clue provided by a lowly mosquito—and then gets swamped in trouble!
Hambone Noonan, Hinkey’s flatfoot chief, usually hooked for free anything he wanted, such as pushcart bananas. But when Hambone lit up a black market stogie he’d lifted from a cadaver’s cigar case, it was up to Hinkey to pay the murder-written tobacco bill.
Alvin Hinkey, the understudy flatfoot, would rather do his research in a beer-parlor than a book-hall. But when Hinkey borrowed a crook-book from the library, he seemed slated to drink in its sinister wisdom only out of a Roscoe’s muzzle
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