Detective Story Magazine was an American magazine published by Street & Smith from October 15, 1915 to Summer, 1949 (1,057 issues). The first pulp magazine devoted to detective fiction, it consisted of short stories and serials.
Fast action and wild, wild pleasure… The paper may have yellowed and crumbled away but the stories and a thousand thrills still hit the spot. Join the shady operators, voluptuous molls, ruthless bigshots, crooked (and sometimes honest) cops on a … Continue reading →
America’s greatest storyteller delivers fourteen more of his terrific early stories from pulp fiction magazines. An anthology of pulp stories from ranging from 1946 to 1949. Although the editors of this volume’s predecessor, The Good Old Stuff, are acknowledged in … Continue reading →
First paperback edition of the 7-story mystery collection. Biographical introduction by William F Nolan. Volume two in the 19-book Fredric Brown in the Detective Pulps series. Title: Before She Kills Author: Fredric Brown Imprint & Number: Dennis McMillan Publications Cover … Continue reading →
First paperback edition of the 7-story mystery collection. Introduction by Bill Pronzini. Cover by William L McMillan. This is the first in the 19-book Fredric Brown in the Detective Pulps series, published by Dennis McMillan Publications. Title: Homicide Sanitarium Author: … Continue reading →
Thirteen tales to thrill and terrify by one of today’s most imaginative writers of fantasy & science fiction Matheson’s 3rd short story collection. A paperback original first edition. Title: Shock! Author: Richard Matheson Imprint & Number: Dell First Edition B195 … Continue reading →