Facsimile reprint from Adventure House of the November, 1942 issue of Spicy Detective.
Featuring "Death Dance" by Robert Leslie Bellem. Dan Turner was always a sucker for dames in distress -- especially if they happen to be young and lovely. but he didn't feel quite so happy about befriending this one after he'd been convinced she was as nutty as a fruitcake, a homicidal maniac!
Plus an Eel story from Justin Case(Hugh B. Cave), "A Pile of Publicity". The Eel had been mixed up in some very screwy cases before, but none as screwy as this -- concerning the murder of a model who didn't know when to stop posing... and a killer who didn't know when to stop killing.
Sale Price: $12.95
Format: Pulp Replica
First Published: 1942
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