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Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Alabama, USA
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Various: Popular Detective Sampler 7. V1. 20 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.
GONE WITH THE LOOT—JOHN L. BENTON
A famous emerald vanishes in a cloud of mystery!
IT COULD ONLY HAPPEN TO WILLIE—JOE ARCHIBALD
Satchelfoot’s dictionary comes to the rescue when Detective Klump faces the last word in befuddlement!
MURDER ON THE MISSISSIPPI—H. WOLFF SALZ
Death, voodoo, and mystery stalk the decks of a River boat searching for priceless mussel pearls!
MURDER ON THE MENU—MICHAEL O’BRIEN
When death is dished up at the Golden Harvest, a drummer and a cigarette girl make solid with the sleuth stuff!
SKIP TRACER BULLETS—JOE ARCHIBALD
The cops won’t listen to reason when Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, tries committing suicide to save his life!
MEAT BRAWL—JOE ARCHIBALD
Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, gets into a stew when he takes the trail of a Black Market murder!
NO HITS, NO ARYANS—BILL MORGAN
Chemist Ellis Mowery smashes at an evil ring of sabotage—with a soft ball and a swinging bat!
DEFECTIVE BUREAU—JOE ARCHIBALD
Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, is a new type of Four-F—fast, furious, ferocious and funny!
THE HANGING SHADOW—ROBERT WALLACE
Joe Casey, Taxi-man, takes time off from driving to do a bit of sleuthing and steps right into murder!
TWO-TIMING WILLIE—JOE ARCHIBALD
Willie Klump, the Hawkeye Hawkshaw, follows the crime clue provided by a lowly mosquito—and then gets swamped in trouble!
Last edited by dreams; 01-20-2012 at 03:18 PM.