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Old 09-23-2008, 12:52 PM   #1
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Page, Norvell: Gut-Wrenching Crime Tales. v1, 23 Sept 2008

This title was released under a Creative Commons License with a link to the book here. There is additional acknowledgement AND a link again placed at the end of the book. Book was acquired from Munseys, BUT REFORMATED BY ME TO MY SPECIFICATIONS.

http://www.munseys.com/detail/mode/author/norvell_page
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Two wonderful old crime pulp stories from the 1930s.

One is of almost novella length, published in Crime Busters, in 1938; the other - a short story - was published in Strange Detective Stories, in 1934.

Here's a quote from the Wiki about Norvell Page, the author of these two stories:

"[Norvell Page] was an American pulp fiction writer, journalist and editor who later became a government intelligence worker. He is best known as the author of the majority of the adventures of the ruthless vigilante hero The Spider, which he and a handful of other writers wrote under the house name of Grant Stockbridge. He also contributed to other pulp series, including The Shadow and The Phantom..."

I hope you enjoy these two wonderful pulp stories from the 1930s, when danger and evil lurked around every corner, and men in hats walked the streets....

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