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Old 12-17-2011, 02:40 PM   #1
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Various: The Blue Book Magazine Sampler. V1. 17 Dec 2011

Blue Book was a popular 20th-century American magazine with a lengthy 70-year run under various titles from 1905 to 1975.
Launched as The Monthly Story Magazine, it was published under that title from May 1905 to August 1906 with a change to The Monthly Story Blue Book Magazine for issues from September 1906 to April 1907.

IRREGULAR BRETHREN—H. BEDFORD-JONES

THIS story, told in a quaint Oriental Masonic lodge-meeting, has all the tropical color and dramatic intensity which Mr. Bedford-Jones handles so skillfully.

COIN OF THE DEAD—LEMUEL DE BRA

THE GRAY BROTHERHOOD—HENRY LEVERAGE

AN exciting story of Chester Fay, underworld prince, and of one of his most daredevil exploits . . . Henry Leverage at his best.

CLANCY, DETECTIVE—H. BEDFORD-JONES

The first of a captivating series detailing the exploits of the most interesting detective since Sherlock Holmes—by the author of “Madagascar Gold” and “Geyser Reef.”

THE INCUBUS—ACHMED ABDULLAH

THE darkness that is Africa is brilliantly depicted in this weird story of a white man alone in the jungle.

PELL STREET BLUES—ACHMED ABDULLAH

A fire-vivid story of China and Chinatown, the first of a fine group by the famous author of “The Blue-eyed Manchu,” “The Swinging Caravan” and others.

A WANDERER'S SCRAPBOOK—JAMES FRANCIS DWYER

A writer who has lived in thirty countries tells of his early struggles.

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Thanks, Charlie! I've never heard of Blue Book before, but Wikipedia says that it was one of the best!
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Thanks, Charlie! I've never heard of Blue Book before, but Wikipedia says that it was one of the best!
Well, we're obviously contempories but have different memories. I remember reading it as a boy. I hope you enjoy.
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