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Various: G-Men Detective Sampler. V1. 31 Dec 2011
G-Men was launched by Standard Magazines in 1935 and rapidly established itself as the most popular of those featuring federal agent crime stories. It ran for 53 monthly issues until Feb-1940 at which point the decline of interest in "G-Man" stories caused a slight change in title (and emphasis) to G-Men Detective and a shift to a bimonthly schedule (occasionally falling to quarterly) which it maintained for a further 59 issues until the magazine folded in Winter 1953.
The magazine also had a long-running British reprint edition which was published by Atlas Publishing & Distributing and ran for 45 issues or so in the 1940s. There was also a Canadian reprint edition, although very little is known about it.
DEATH TAKES WINGS—WILLIAM MORRISON
Army Aviator Don Morley Was Up Against a Blank Wall in Ferreting Out Treachery—Until a Nazi Agent Made Some Sabotage to Order for Him!
MURDER ON SANTA CLAUS LANE—WILLIAM G. BOGART
With a Blackout in Hollywood, Rookie Patrol Car Cop Johnny Regan Does Some X-Ray Work to See Through Crime!
SEVEN SAW MURDER—G. T. FLEMING-ROBERTS
Condemning Herself as a Murderess, Julie Enders is Driven to Wild Panic
THE BARON RENDERS ROAD SERVICE—CURTISS T. GARDNER
Bill “Baron Munchausen” Tolliver gives a peevish policy holder his money’s worth by cleverly solving two murders!
MERRY CHRISTMAS, COPPER!—JOHNSTON McCULLEY
It was Christmas Eve and all was cheer and gayety, but in a dark alley along Patrolman Asher’s beat lurked grim murder!
DIAMONDS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC—EDWARD CHURCHILL
The ace of the F.B.I, sets out on a trail of gem thieves that spans two continents and leads to peril at every turn!
BRIGHT BULB—SAM MERWIN, JR.
A quick-thinking girl photographer throws some light on the subject when the law’s in the dark!
WANTED—O. B. MYERS
Jim and Julie Ran and ran But somewhere They’d have to Stop. . . .
KNIFE in the DARK—ROBERT LESLIE BELLEM
The MAN Who WASN’T THERE—D. L CHAMPION
Maxon learns that sometimes an alibi can be too perfect!
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