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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "CRACK DETECTIVE magazine (May 1949) reprinting of "Major Crime" by Oliver Keystone (alias of James Howard Mantinband. Hi" - 1814942252600914412
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CRACK DETECTIVE magazine (May 1949) reprinting of "Major Crime" by Oliver Keystone (alias of James Howard Mantinband. His first and only pulp appearance with his recurring detective character Paul Plush (what an unusual name!) Also appears in the novel's ARSENIC FOR THE TEACHER and DEEP AS A GRAVE, etc. Lovely book titles. Here, in the background, a car is on fire with a body inside... ter

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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "Featured in the Summer 1948 issue of DETECTIVE MYSTERY NOVEL MAGAZINE is "The Crooked Hinge" by John Dickson Carr which " - 1813457478187097199
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Featured in the Summer 1948 issue of DETECTIVE MYSTERY NOVEL MAGAZINE is "The Crooked Hinge" by John Dickson Carr which was originally published by Harper's Magazine in 1938. Cover art by Rudolph Belarski...this issue is also padded with 3 original short stories....absolutely love the ring of fire 🔥 and the Devil in the backdrop! ter

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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "This month's biweekly blog entry (click on PULPFOODIE and follow the link to my blog site) discusses Frederick Faust, au" - 1812473625003688542
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This month's biweekly blog entry (click on PULPFOODIE and follow the link to my blog site) discusses Frederick Faust, author of the bad-ass western, "Love Packs a Six-Gun." Reprinted here in 1946 by Crown Novel Publishing Company (Canada), with artwork perhaps by Harold Bennett, this is my first time reading a work by the man better known as Max Brand. If you are a collector of Faust's works, there is a worn copy for sale RIGHT NOW on eBay. ter

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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "Pulp artist George Avison illustrating a George Cummings tale in MALE magazine, published by Marvel Comics founder Marti" - 1811186170699004539
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Pulp artist George Avison illustrating a George Cummings tale in MALE magazine, published by Marvel Comics founder Martin Goodman. George studied at the New York School of Art (1903-1907), 1908 became a freelance artist / illustrator for professional home and family magazines (The Century, Scribner's, Youth's Companion, etc), married in 1909 and had 3 kids. September 1918 registered for the draft but never served. From the 1920s-1940s, illustrated about a dozen pulp magazine covers. @newyorkschoolofthearts ter

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➡️swipe screen to see more!! Featuring the first three issues of the CREASEY MYSTERY MAGAZINE, from 1956. This small digest-size magazine lacked illustrated covers initially, but numbers 4 through 13 made up for that with full cover art (to follow in the coming weeks). 14-onward reverted mostly to non-illustrated covers under John Creasey's direct authority. NOTE: the following info courtesy of FictionMags site. The (John) Creasey Mystery Magazine was a high-quality mystery and detective digest that ran for 90 issues between 1956 and 1965, mainly on a monthly basis. It was initially titled The Creasey Mystery Magazine and mainly featured reprint stories selected by Creasey, but was renamed to John Creasey Mystery Magazine when Creasey took over publication in October 1957, and thereafter featured a sprinkling of new stories both by old favourites and new authors. ter

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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "Did you know that the 1950s movie, though based on Campbell's short story, actually is the source of this title? The sto" - 1806779625571722902
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Did you know that the 1950s movie, though based on Campbell's short story, actually is the source of this title? The story originally appeared as "Who Goes There?" In my opinion, the 1980s film version starring Kurt Russell still reins supreme. This is the world's first paperback edition, appearing in England via the Kemsley Newspapers outfit under the Cherry Tree Fantasy Books series. It's also the first post-film version to depict a scenario from the movie. ter

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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "Featured in the Winter 1949 issue of DETECTIVE MYSTERY NOVEL magazine is "Murder in the Madhouse" by Jonathan Latimer, w" - 1804113701379031362
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Featured in the Winter 1949 issue of DETECTIVE MYSTERY NOVEL magazine is "Murder in the Madhouse" by Jonathan Latimer, which was originally published 1935. Cover art by Rudolph Belarski...this issue is also padded with 2 original short stories; one by the legendary Ray Cummings and one by a complete unknown, Lewis Little. ter

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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "Go to my profile and follow the link to read the new blog on this book 📚 by Robert Sidney Bowen.

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Go to my profile and follow the link to read the new blog on this book 📚 by Robert Sidney Bowen. Bowen was a pilot during The Great War. He became a pulp fiction writer and founded the magazine "Dusty Ayres and His Battlebirds." Primarily a War and Sports fiction writer, during the 1940s he authored only two adult crime novels. His first, MAKE MINE MURDER, saw many reprint editions. ter

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image by Morgan Wallace (@pulpfoodie) with caption : "Reprinted in the Spring 1949 issue of Detective Mystery Novels magazine is "Thieves' Picnic" by Leslie Charteris, featur" - 1793906843670527668
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Reprinted in the Spring 1949 issue of Detective Mystery Novels magazine is "Thieves' Picnic" by Leslie Charteris, featuring his recurring The Saint. Cover art by Rudolph Belarski...this issue is also padded with 3 original short stories, which include one each by Ray Cummings and his wife, Betty, under an alias. ter