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Dime Detective Index by James L. Traylor
Great Pulp Index of the leading detective magazine of the 1930s. Contains an Issue by Issue Index, Character Index, Author Index, Numerous Illustrations and Black and White reproductions of the great covers, Pocket Sized for easy carrying and a great research and collecting tool. ... read more

 

At The Stroke of Midnight by John K. Butler

John K. Butler's Steve Midnight. From the pages of Dime Detective. Edited by John Wooley. "At the Stroke of Midnight is a must for the library of any pulp aficionado and anyone who admires good, old-fashioned, atmospheric detective stories." -- Bill Pronzini, author of ... read more

 

Dime Detective Companion by James L. Traylor

Dime Detective Magazine was second only to Black Mask as the dean of detective/P.I./hard-boiled pulp magazines, and was the home of Carroll John Daly, Frederick Nebel, John D. MacDonald, Cornell Woolrich, Erle Stanley Gardner, and many other top-notch scribes.

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Nebel: Complete Casebook of Cardigan Volume 1 by Frederick Nebel

Frederick Nebel's unforgettable character Jack Cardigan was one of the main reasons behind the success of the legendary Dime Detective Magazine. His hard-boiled P.I. stories were a major influence to other writers of the era, yet only a handful have been reprinted since ... read more

 

Nebel: Complete Casebook of Cardigan Volume 2 by Frederick Nebel

Frederick Nebel's unforgettable character Jack Cardigan was one of the main reasons behind the success of the legendary Dime Detective Magazine. His hard-boiled P.I. stories were a major influence to other writers of the era, yet only a handful have been reprinted since thei ... read more

 

The Complete Cases of Inspector Allhoff: Volume 1 by D.L. Champion

Brilliant, decisive, and hard-charging, Deputy Inspector Allhoff was the NYPD's ace detective until bullets from a mobster's gun robbed him of his legs, his career, and -- in the opinion of one associate -- his sanity.

Yet Allhoff was too good a man to put out to ... read more

 

The Complete Cases of Keyhole Kerry: Volume 1 by T.T. Flynn

Big-city residents on both sides of the law regard him with equal measures of fear and reticence. They know that whatever they're doing, right or wrong, will sooner or later come to the attention of Guy "Keyhole" Kerry, a wise-cracking, hard charging journalist who knows ... read more

 

The Complete Cases of Mr Maddox: Volume 1 by T.T. Flynn

To habits of the nation's top racetracks he's known as "The Bland Buddha of the Bangtail Circuit." Less polite players of the ponies call him a tout or a bookie. There's no doubt that Mr. Joe Maddox is a shrewd judge of horseflesh, but he's also shrewd judge of men. And ... read more

 

The Complete Cases of the Rambler: Volume 1 by Fred MacIsaac

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 abilit ... read more