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Various: Popular Detective Sampler 6. V1. 19 Jan 2012

Popular Detective
Popular Detective is one of the basic detective pulps, both for its longevity (133 issues in 19 years) and for a consistent high quality of material from most of the top detective authors of the period.
There were three series of a Canadian reprint edition, one in the 1930s, one in the early 1940s, and one in the late 1940s/early 1950s, as well as a British reprint edition in the 1950s.

MURDER MUSIC—CHARLES STODDARD

Detective Ward Heath Uses Ten Fingers to Play a Piano But Only One to Pull a Trigger When Murderers Tune Up!

ONE FOR THE BOOK—DONALD BAYNE HOBART

When Down-and-Outers Grow Enthusiastic About Literature, Detective Boone Exercises His Own Think-Tank to Bag a Counterfeit Gang!

MURDER WRAP—JOE ARCHIBALD

Willie Klump Was Proud of His New Suit—But He Had to Give the Seat of His Pants to a Dog to Filch a Murder Case from the Police!

THE KNIFE THROWER—JOE ARCHIBALD

Satchelfoot Kelly said it was a perfect crime and couldn’t be solved—but for a thousand bucks Willie Klump thought different!

TOO MANY ANGLES—CALVIN L. BOSWELL

Branded as the chief suspect in a bowling alley murder, Jim Trent matches wits with a crafty killer!

DEADLINE FDANIELSOR MURDER—NORMAN A.

Clear, Keen Deduction, and Not Romany Second Sight, Leads Orlando, Gypsy Detective, to the Lair of a Scheming Political Murder Band!

FRAGILE EVIDENCE—LEE FREDRICKS

Pierre Barodin proves he’s a sleuth as well as a noted authority when he gives his sword-cane a work-out that punctures a crime!

BLACKMAIL CLINIC—WALT BRUCE

A Nazi “truth serum” proves a boomerang when Dr. Zeng Tse-Lin invades the precincts of treachery in a daring campaign to clean up a sinister nest of murder and espionage!

THE BIRD MASTER—ARTHUR J. BURKS

Twitterings and squawks that presage looting and death hand a cuckoo of a murder case to astounded Police Detective Mickie O’Day!

WILLIAM KLUMP, NURSEMAID—JOE ARCHIBALD

The Hawkeye Hawkshaw plays “wooden duck” for a killer and gets a clue from Mother Goose!
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