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Various: Famous Detective Sampler. V1. 25 Dec 2011
Crack Detective (and Mystery) (Stories) et al.
Probably the most memorable feature of this pulp is the wide range of titles under which it appeared:
Nov-1949 - Mar-1950 (3 issues), as Famous Detective
DEATH HAS NO DOUBLE—RICHARD CORTEZ
It was clear enough that Gouldner had been murdered, but what could have been the motive for killing a man who had no enemies? And what was the meaning of some or the peculiar objects that were found among the dead man’s effects? Could the motive for his death be explained by these pipes and various boxes with false bottoms?
COPS ARE ALSO PEOPLE—THOMAS THURSDAY
Fact Feature Series by Thomas Thursday
HOOK, LINE AND SUCKER!—ROBERT TURNER
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