Murder Madness - 5 Tales of Weird Murder [NOOK Book]

Murder Madness - 5 Tales of Weird Murder

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PERIL PRESS presents:

G-Men, August 1937
Author of “Death After Murder,” “Mine Host, the Hangman,” etc.
G-Man Tony Banta Stalks Crime with a Vacuum Cleaner That Turns Out to Be an Instrument of Law!
5300 Words

Popular Detective, August 1938
A Complete Novelet of Magic and Mystery
by G. T. Fleming-Roberts
Author of “The Brothers of Doom,” “The Left-handed Beggar,” etc.
Death Dances Like a Weird Puppet Until Diamondstone Cuts the Strings of Doom!
Chapter 1: Death Writes a Letter
Chapter 2: Shadow on the Wall
Chapter 3: The Invisible Host
Chapter 4: Homicide Host
Chapter 5: Mr. Mort Packs Up
10,600 Words

Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1940
A Complete Novelete
by G. T. Fleming-Roberts
Author of “The Scourge of Flame,” “The Terrible People,” etc.
Between the Hemispheres Rises a Wall of Doom, and Hyatt of International Police Tries to Break Earth's Solitary Confinement!
Chapter 1: Ship of Doom
Chapter 2: The Wall
Chapter 3: The Golden Beam
Chapter 4: Voice from Venus
Chapter 5: The Tyrant
10,500 Words

Ten Detective Aces, October 1933
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
When two Big Time boys take it on the lam and get cooped up in a hick town, they have plenty of time to think. And it's bad for two mugs to think—for they start thinking about each other.
2300 Words

Dime Mystery Magazine, April 1948
Terror Packed Murder Novelette
by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
Who was this strange, tormented creature who emerged from this living-death world of the insane asylum. . . and made a date with Anne Dunfrey?
Behind him lay the living-death world of the insane asylum. . . . But for tonight he would forget the padded walls, the shock treatments and the screaming sirens. . . . Tonight, he would think only of Anne. . . “Eat, drink and be merry,” as she put it, laughing. . . And his mind filled in the rest: For tomorrow . . . or tonight . . . with his hands on her throat—she would die. . . .
Chapter 1: The Lodger
Chapter 2: The Darkness of Death
Chapter 3: The Murderer
9100 Words

This edition includes the illustrations and covers for all 5 stories.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148419303
  • Publisher: Peril Press
  • Publication date: 10/10/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,266,018
  • File size: 5 MB

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