My Vote’s For Murder

Thrilling Detective October 1948

Also featuring Don’t Tell Anyone and Crepe For Suzette. This entire issue can be downloaded here


The Galloping Corpses

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Popular Detective January 1950

Also, You Are The Next To Die. This entire issue can be downloaded here

There’s A Boom In Murder

Thrilling Detective August 1949

Later reused for Four False Weapons. This entire issue can be downloaded here


Let Me Kill You Tenderly

Popular Detective June 1946

This entire issue can be downloaded here

Top Detective Annual 1951

Top Detective Annual 1951

Cover reused from Thrilling Detective, June 1948


Rapture Alley

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The Shocking Story Of A Girl Who Took The Road To Dope Addiction
The Candid Story Of A Girl Who Lived Recklessly On Forbidden Thrills

From the back:

Rapture For A Moment, Hell For A Lifetime . . .
Dope is no road to ecstasy, no matter what they say. It’s for defeated people . . . like Lora. Bitter, lonely people . . . like Lora. People who are tortured by forbidden love, who are in other people’s lives, who are at the end of their string, morally and emotionally . . . like Lora.
So Lora Took The Turn Into Rapture Alley . . . And Found It’s A Dead-End Street!
Swept along by a tide she could not buck, a fever of love she could not down, Lora was almost lost forever in the whirlpools of dope and degradation . . . until one little twist of fate showed her what she was in for. . . and why it was worthwhile to fight her way back.

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