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Various: Popular Detective Sampler 9. V1. 22 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.

WHERE THERE'S A WILLIE THERE'S A WAY—JOE ARCHIBALD

When Gertie Mudgett’s gift watch goes over the hock-shop counter, it’s time to discover what makes a killer tick!

AN ACE AND A PEAR—JOE ARCHIBALD

When Willie Klump gets mixed up in the murder of a taxidermist he has to stuff the solution down Satchelfoot Kelly’s throat!

BALDY AND THE STRIP-TEASE MURDER—JACK KOFOED

When it comes to being killed, a girl like Choo Choo deserves the best!

HUBBA HUBBA HOMICIDE—JOE ARCHIBALD

When a nightclub warbler is snatched, Willie Klump is just the bird to trapthe kidnaper in his nest!

MOON OVER MURDER—ROBERT J. HOGAN

New York Detective Tad Madden heads for Miami to bring back a thief, and then finds himself prowling about in graveyards!

YOU CAN ALWAYS CATCH FISH—EDWARD CHURCHILL

Easy-going Ephraim Pratt, Chief of the two-man police force of Corn County, finds plenty of bait in his “evidence” file!

FIT TO BE TRIED—JOE ARCHIBALD

Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, tackles a tangled case of murder and loot, and gives the miscreant plenty of rope!

FROZEN STIFF—C. S. MONTANYE

Detective Dave McClain of Homcide does it agan when he freezes out a confidence racket and puts a gang on ice!

THE MOURNING AFTER—JOE ARCHIBALD

When a gang of crooks tries to put the bite on Willie Klump, they learn just how the Hawkeye Hawkshaw uses his own bean!

MURDER MUSTN'T MISS—ROBERT SIDNEY BOWEN

Private Investigator Chet Lacey takes the case of a lovely suspected murderess, and makes photographs point the clues!
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