New paperback publication from Altus Press with introduction by Ed Hulse.
Meet the "Rambler": peripatetic newspaper reporter Addison Francis Murphy. A tall, rangy redhead, the Rambler behaves like a tramp, wandering from city to city, often arriving on a railroad boxcar, never taking root. Renowned for his reporting skills and deductive abilities, Frank Murphy never has any difficulty landing a job with the local newspaper; wherever he winds up, he finds that his reputation has preceded him. The Rambler has a knack for getting into trouble, and every search for a front page scoop puts him in jeopardy sooner or later. He seems to have a genius for running afoul of violent gangsters, wealthy businessmen, corrupt politicians, crooked cops, and the occasional double crossing dame.
Created by Fred MacIsaac, at one time a redheaded journalist himself, Frank Murphy rambled through 19 terse, tough yarns published between 1933 and 1940 mainly in the pages of Dime Detective, the prestigious crime pulp.
- This volume includes:
- The Affair at Camp Laurel
- Alias Mr. Smith
- Ghost City Setup
- Go Between
- Murder Reel
- Heir Cooled
- Meet Mr MacIsaac
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First Published: 1932
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