For Sam Moraine it added up to crocked politicians, double-crossing cops, ex cons, ladies of eligant, if easy virtue, and… murdervia
The very first book published with a Robert McGinnis cover.
She was the life of the party — until MURDER walked in!via
The town was sitting on some ugly secrets… a teen-age teaser’s murder blew off the lid
The town was sitting on some ugly secrets… and it took the murder of a teenage tramp to blow off the lid
Murder isn’t always the going price for landing on Broadway, but it was this time…via
He didn’t want his killer caught!
He was an amnesia victim sure of only one thing — someone was trying to kill him.
This painting was published as a pulp cover twice: first as the cover for Star Detective Stories, July 1938, and with a second publication as the cover for Detective Short Stories, June 1941.
Never Short-Change The Coroner
A Hawaiian private eye — a 40 million dollar heiress — murder!
The superheated world of the music makers… a young man in a hurry… and the girl who got in his wayvia
She was worth any price — even Murder!