Domino Lady

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Saucy Romantic Adventures - May 1936

I love the pipe that guy is smoking; it makes him look completely in control. This woman has obviously broken into his house and is holding him at gunpoint, but he is clearly considering taking her over his knee and giving her a sound spanking.

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Emeralds Aboard!

Saucy Romantic Adventures - August 1936

This cover has been “repaired” by taping a large piece of a facsimile copy to the it.

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The 13th Juror

Sure-Fire Detective Magazine June 1937

Last of the initial three-issue run of the title.

The seller notes, “A handwritten note in pencil on the contents page of this copy reads: “Suicide Ship is also my story under a pen name the editor chose for me. It is not unusual for we famous authors to appear twice in a magazine.” (Two stories are underlined in the table of contents: “Suicide Ship” credited to Cliff How, and “The Devil’s Doll Shop” credited to Denslow M. Dade, which was apparently the author’s real name as Cliff Howe was a house pseudonym used by Magazine Publishers Inc.)”

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Buckskin Loot For Lobo-Men

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NORTH WEST ROMANCES. Winter 1949

This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Murder Comes In Threes

Famous Detective Stories, June 1954

Also featuring Big-House Counterplot and The Blue Study, this entire issue can be downloaded here