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    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. This book indexes all 274 issues of Dime Detective, contains several articles on the series and its writers.

Genre: on Pulp Fiction

    Hazzard: The Complete Series by Frederick C. Davis

The Fight Against the lawless Mark Hazzard, red-headed, fiery-tempered District Attorney of King's County was a man of the Law, but when the law didn't get justice, the guilty were then the prey for the Juggernaut of Justice and his own iron rules. Bucking the police and the underworld alike, Hazzard kept a secret that would send him to burn in the electric chair.

    The Dime Detectives by Ron Goulart

Year: 1988
Genre: on Pulp Fiction

    Come into My Parlor by Hugh B. Cave

Come Into My Parlor takes the reader back to the great age of the pulp detective story, and to the world of the late 1930's.

Year: 2002

 

 

Titles

YearTitle

Dime Detective Companion by James L. Traylor
Hazzard: The Complete Series by Frederick C. Davis
1988The Dime Detectives by Ron Goulart
2002Come into My Parlor by Hugh B. Cave

 

 

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