Dragon’s Cave

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The curvy Red-Head knew… Soon again that hate-riddled Chicago mansion, packed with Knightly murder-weapons, would spout blood!

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The Burning Court (1952)

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She was his wife. Also she was Marie D’Aubray, guillotined for murder in 1676!

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Search For A Scientist

Detective Book Magazine Fall 1949

The Blue Angel sang — and men died. Young Lieut. Murray . . . Schradzki the Russian . . . The Marseilles warf-rat . . . Only Kilgerrin lived to follow Tania’s somber melody, to fling wide the gates of Murder Mansion where Death held holiday.

Also, Honeymoon With Death

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Head Over Heels In Murder

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This entire issue can be downloaded here 

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The Triple Cross (1950)

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A Million-Dollar scar on her hip… if the lady lived to collect…

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The Pay-Off

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Who was the Spider that spun velvet death? Who was that killer at the heart of the City’s crime-web?

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The Corpse Came C.O.D.

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A Breath-Taking Hollywood Mystery Thriller

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