I Rescued Slave Girls From Chinatown Underground Dens

True Mystic Crimes - April 1931

The only issue of this title

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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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The Masked Detective’s Warning

The Masked Detective - Winter 1941

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Sinister House

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This entire issue can be downloaded here

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Murder Is No Picnic

Double-Action Gang Magazine - December 1938

This cover was later reused for Double-Action Detective

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Ghouls In Modern Dress

Dime Mystery Magazine - October 1939

Also, The Test-Tube Murders

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