5 Pulp Stories of Doom [Illustrated]

5 Pulp Stories of Doom [Illustrated]

by RAY CUMMINGS
     
 

Private Detective, June, 1945
THE PRECIPICE
by Ray Cummings
Old Mac was dying—Old Mac who’d devoted the best of his life to the Jacques Cartier Lumber Company. And almost his last act in relation to his job was to make a mistake about the payroll! Yet there were ways that could be improvised.
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Private Detective, June, 1945
THE PRECIPICE
by Ray Cummings
Old Mac was dying—Old Mac who’d devoted the best of his life to the Jacques Cartier Lumber Company. And almost his last act in relation to his job was to make a mistake about the payroll! Yet there were ways that could be improvised.
Finding the body was evidence enough to show just how the killer had worked in cold-blooded wickedness.
4300 Words


Crack Detective, March 1946
STAMP OF DOOM
by Ray Cummings
That set of stamps the murdered man had been mounting in his book when someone knifed him was worth dough. Anyone could have turned it over for a small fortune. Yet, the only pasteboard missing from the set was the cheapest single stamp in the lot!
6500 Words


Ten Detective Aces, February 1947
THE SCALPEL OF DOOM
by Ray Cummings
A doctor is not supposed to use his knowledge to slay. Yet there came a time when this small-town medico had to operate with . . .
3300 Words


Thrilling Detective , April 1947
ATOM BOY
by Ray Cummings
Retired and rusticating Pete McLean, former policeman, sees something new in crime-fighting in a rural setting!
3800 Words


Droll Stories, March 1923
TWO PROPOSALS
by Ray Cummings
2800 Words


This edition includes the original illustrations from the stories, as well as an assortment of covers.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014547826
Publisher:
Peril Press
Publication date:
04/22/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
13 MB
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