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Old 01-08-2012, 09:07 AM   #1
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Various: Mobsters Sampler. V1. 8 Jan 2012

Mobsters
Although published for only three issues, Mobsters was an important traditional pulp magazine with "stories of the fight against the Underworld". The covers were similar to the paperback books that began in this period to crowd out the magazines.
A cover was produced for the fourth issue identifying two of the stories that would have appeared therein.

A BIER FOR BABY—DEAN EVANS

She was all woman, and knew it. As gorgeous a babe as ever got caught in a murder web. . . .

STAND-IN FOR SLAUGHTER—GROVER BRINKMAN

Johnny Chopin found a Fifth Avenue babe in the middle of the Arizona desert. And it didn’t take long before she tried to make him her . . .

HOPHEAD HOMICIDE—ROBERT CARLTON

Big Tom Steele wouldn’t take any guff from anybody—especially the lost Madonna of Hongkong Charlie’s

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