Tramp Steamer

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Tramp Steamer by John Dexter, Greenleaf, 1965
Leisure Book #1115 1965

Wanton Guests On A Sin Cruise Of Shame!

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Hot Cargo (1953)

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Lion Book 171 (1953)
Lion Book 171 (1953) Back

They carried 129,000 Tons Of Explosive Oil — And A TNT Woman!

Somehow, this is the third book with this title I have posted.
From the back:

The ship was a seam-split-ting, creaking, leaking, stinking barge.
It would get by.
The captain was a fat, foul-mouthed, drunken bum.
He’d do
The crew was cutthroat, cunning, and crooked.
It did its work.
And the one female passenger was young. lovely, and willing. But she was a lighted torch to the inflamed passions of 19 men… and when she was bored with lusting, she turned her devil’s mind to the biggest thrill of her life—She put a match to the cargo: 129,000 tons of high explosive oil.

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Hell Below

Doc Savage 1943 September

Doc Savage Mixes Things With An Old Indian Fighter, A Scatter-Brained Heiress, And A Couple Of Nazi Submarines

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Amphibian Lifeboat Speeds Rescues

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Popular Science January 1937
Popular Science January 1937

This entire issue can be read here

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Island Loot

Detective Fiction Weekly December 20 1930

Also, Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr on Rich Blackmail Victims: How The Underworld Sets Traps For Millionaires! 

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