- Full Description
Stolen Nazi art treasures are being peddled in America by a murderous "Syndicate of Sin." And death comes hurtling onto the stage of "Merry Mrs. MacBeth." The Knight of Darkness proves that crime does not pay in classic pulp thrillers from 1942 and '45. Bonus story: female sleuth Carrie Cashin in "White Elephant" from the pulp title Crime Busters, 1937, with a look at her 39 appearances from '37-'42. This is her premiere adventure. And in our regular stories, spotlight is on Margo Lane with a lead off article on all her various actresses on radio.
Author Theodore Tinsley also wrote the first Carrie Cashin mystery here. She packs a derringer "strapped to her shapely thigh." Sounds like the notorious Domino Lady, and she was certainly popular, with dozens of stories appearing in both Crime Busters and Street and Smith's Mystery Magazine.
And Will Murray provides his usual informative "Interlude" with behind the scenes details on the stories.
- Additional Information
Item Code SHT133 Publisher Sanctum Publish Date 2018 ISBN 9781608772513 Binding Soft Cover Dimensions 7X10 # Pages 112pg Color Text/b&w