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Various: Popular Detective Sampler 1. V1. 13 Jan 2012
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.
THE COP ON THE CORNER—DAVID GOODIS
When racketeer Jimmie Renzelli was found bumped off in an alley, the murder wasn’t as simple to solve as it looked!
THE SINISTER DR. WONG—ROBERT WALLACE
Dick Graham, Secret Service Ace, Plunges into a Seething Maelstrom of Oriental Terror! A Power-Mad Chinese Demon Hatches a Fiendish Plan for World Domination!
THE FLYING SKULL—J. ALLAN DUNN
Greer, the Swindler, Didn’t Know the Grim Hand that Fate Was Dealing Him!
THE WILL—RICHARD B. SALE
A Cold-Blooded Murder Perpetrated for Gain—and the Aftermath!
DEATH FLIGHT—ROBERT WALLACE
Surging Thousands Saw the Great Pilot as He Completed His Non-Stop Flight. And Then They Saw Him – Murdered!
FOOTPRINTS—C. K. M. SCANLON
A Crime That Was A Weighty Matter
BLOOD FOR BREAKFAST—C. K. M. SCANLON
A Gripping Story of Murder in the Morning
LICENSE TO HELL—JOHN L. BENTON
Cop-Killer Merkle Didn’t Know He Had a License to Hell
CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK—C. K. M. SCANLON
Wrestling a Man Mountain — or a TNT Bomb — Was All In a Day's Work for This Plucky Secret Service Ace!
Last edited by dreams; 01-13-2012 at 01:44 PM.