According To His Lights

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You can download this entire issue here

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Eagle and the Wind

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The Lusty Saga Of A Wilderness Rogue

From the back:

This is a lusty novel of the Revolutionary days, when white women were sold to the highest bidder, and a fugitive bondsman would do anything to escape his master…or satisfy his mistress!

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Forbidden Woman

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Cover art reused from Savage Cavalier

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Master Of The Night-Demons

The Spider, September 1940

There Was No Defense Against The Invisible Night-Demons — The Newest Menace Hurled At New York By A Relentless Fifth Column Of Crime!

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Danger—Death Ahead!

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Also featuring Corpse About Town. This entire issue can be downloaded here 

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C-Jag

BLACK MASK. October, 1940

According to Oxford Reference, “C-Jag” is a cocaine binge, which makes sense because this story was later republished as Cocaine in Pocket Mystery Reader in 1942.

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