The Man With Copper Fingers

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The Mysterious Traveler Vol. 1, No. 1 (Nov., 1951). Cover by Norman Saunders thumbnail
Mysterious Traveler November 1951
The Mysterious Traveler Vol. 1, No. 1 (Nov., 1951). Cover by Norman Saunders

The first of only five issues of Mysterious Traveler magazine, each featuring a cover by pulp legend Norman Saunders

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Wizard of Crime (1943)

Shadow Magazine Vol 1 #264 February, 1943

Another Shadow story was also titled Wizard of Crime four years earlier. They do not share the same plot.


The Thing That Made Love / The Whipping Room / Warped Women

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Intimate Novel #24, 1952

No Woman Could Survive Such Harrowing Ecstasy!
Out of the swamp crept this figment of a fevered brain… to lust… to prey…

A Novel Of Twisted Passion In Sinful New Orleans…
Their Heritage Was Ecstasy — And Bitter Justice!

Strange Love Stripped Them Of All Decency!
Once Over The Line They Could Not Stop!

From the back of Warped Women:

Can One Girl Love Another?

While still a schoolgirl, lovely Cynthia Bennett was turned against normal feelings by an incident at the hands of a brutal stableman. Later, her twisted emotions made her easy prey for the bewitchingly beautiful Jan Carter, proprietress of a reducing salon that gave exercises and massages to luxury-loving women.

Tenderly taught by Jan, young Cynthia sank ever deeper into the depravity that women share among themselves. Until, rugged Bill Barton, a photographer, tried to hire her as a model — and learned the truth about the “reducing salon”. Soon Cynthia was weighing his manly embraces against those of the voluptuous but thoroughly debased Jan…

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