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pofoz May 1941 issue Seattle Mystery Bookshop

pofoz May 1941 issue Seattle Mystery Bookshop

Milton Luros / Strange Detective Mysteries, Sep. 1943

A compelling cover on this vintage issue of (Sfx: thunder) STRANGE DETECTIVE! Now I am not quite sure if the badly dressed stewardess' robot clone is protecting her or shooting at her rescuers.

Astounding Stories of Super Science 1930 (1930)

Astounding Stories of Super Science 1930 : Free Download & Streaming

The Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece "Rear Window" starring Jimmy Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter, & Raymond Burr was based on "It Had To Be Murder" - a novelette by Cornell Woolrich in the February 1942 issue of Dime Detective Magazine

bookbeastfeast: “It Had to Be Murder is an excellent short story by Cornell Woolrich which serves as the solid foundation for Hitchcock’s classic Rear Window. Completely lacking the extraneous details.

pulp cover art girl woman dame gun pistol knife bowie China Chinese asian foreign exotic danger

pulp cover art girl woman dame gun pistol knife bowie China Chinese asian foreign exotic danger

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Dime Mystery pulp cover by Tom Lovell, girl woman dame captive prisoner hostage sacrifice tied bound rescue dagger knife mummy sarcophagus Egypt Egyptian foreign exotic dungeon danger

Dime Detective, Pulp Magazine - 1939, January by kocojim, via Flickr

Dime Detective Magazine Covers Pulp magazines (aka pulp fiction) refers to inexpensive fiction magazines which were published from

The Shadow pulp 54 by SavageScribe

Shadow magazine Jan 1941 pulp cover art woman dame captive hostage kidnap grasp fight man hoodlum lumberjack gun pistol knife rescue ambush "Shadow, look out behind you!

my lady has discovered the source of my cad power and must be vanquished

silverbooklamp: “Black Mask Magazine ” June 1945 Canadian edition stories include: Merle Constiner, “Until the Undertaker Comes” (Luther McGavock) reprint from Black Mask, US edition, March.

The Saint Sees it Through (1961)

The Saint Sees It Through (1961)

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