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Attic > Gangland Detective Stories Sept. 1940

by Gangland Detective

Facsimile reprint from Adventure House of the September, 1940 issue of Gangland Detective Stories.

A LODGER FOR THE MORGUE by Paul Selonke. For a $100 fee and a dark-eyed cutie's dazzling smile, tough dick Jim Rowan held a hot-slug tete-a-tete with a cokehead killer . . . until his pistol repartee made Rowan overdue at the morgue!

THE MAN WHO FRAMED HIMSELF by Calvin L. Boswell. Accused of parking a shiv in a glamour girl's wishbone, hard-boiled Dave Towne tried to stay out of San Quentin's gas chamber. . . by appointing his own executioner!

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Format: Pulp Replica
128 Pages
First Published: 1940

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