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Various: Ten Detective Aces Sampler 2. V1. 29 Feb 2012
(Detective-)Dragnet Magazine/Ten Detective Aces
Ten Detective Aces was probably the most successful of the many magazines that Harold Hersey launched, and certainly one of the longest running, but it took a while to find its mark. For the first 16 issues (to April 1930) it was called The Dragnet Magazine and initially focussed on stories about gangsters and organised crime. However, by 1930 public interest in gangsters was fading and the magazine became more of a detective pulp, initially (for 24 issues) under the hybrid name Detective-Dragnet Magazine and then finally, from March 1933, under the name Ten Detective Aces under which it ran for an impressive 16 years.
A Canadian reprint edition of Ten Detective Aces ran briefly in the 1930s as a direct reprint of the US edition, and then throughout the 1940s typically reprinting a US issue from 9-12 months previously. There was also an abridged British reprint edition under the "abridged" title of Detective Aces.
CHINA WARY—JOE ARCHIBALD
Iron Jaw loses his balance, Scoop Binney loses his sense of humor, and Sum Hooey loses his head—all because a hopped-up hatchet man begins playing chop-suey with some choice Chinese citizens.
LICENSE FOR THEFT—THOMAS THURSDAY
Wherein John Stoneparte, master of the art of spieling, matched wits with two masters of the art of stealing. But they didn’t know that a spiel and a steal could trip the scales of justice to cancel a . . . License for Theft
SHADOWS OF THE CRIMSON TONG—TOM ROAN
Chinatown Detective Novel
SLEUTH GIRL—DON GEORGE
The sinister park prowler plays his murder game with a . . .Sleuth Girl
CORPSE TRIO—HAROLD F. SORENSON
When the detective answered that mystery message, he discovered he’d made a death’s-head rendezvous. For the Grim Reaper had the house staked out for a . . . .Corpse Trio
DAMES, DIAMONDS AND DAGGERS—LAWRENCE TREAT
Sensational “Baxter” Novelette
PISTOL PERFORMER—WALT SHELDON
Cord Kenyon had been tops as a pistol performer. But now holdup guns forced him to stage a new kind of hot-lead exhibition. And Kenyon had no time to rehearse for a coffin role.
TROOPER TAPE—WILLIAM ROUGH
Trooper Dix had his own theory about murder. But when he tried to solve the case of the poisoned antique collector, his theory thrust him headfirst into a tangle of blood-red tape.
AGENT FOR MURDER—WILLIAM CAMPBELL GAULT
Ex-pug Mickey Dolan set out to collect a debt. But he found he'd rung up murder's number on crime's cash register.
COFFIN CUSTODIAN—STEPHEN McBARRON
The only way a trigger trio could unlock the mystery of the missing evidence was to use Detective Nason's body as a coffin key.
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