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Davis, Norbert: Holocaust House and other stories (2020); v1, 2 Jn 2020

Norbert Davis (1909-1949) was one of the better pulp magazine crime writers of the "Back Mask" magazine era.

His most famous creation was "Doan and Carstairs", but he had several other series characters.

This collection is an assortment of short stories from various magazines.

1: Holocaust House (Doan and Carstairs)
2: Red Goose
3: Something for the Sweeper
4: The Rag-Tag Girl
5: Dead Manís Chest
6: You'll Die Laughing
7: The Price of a Dime
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