Sinister Detective Stories: 7 Thrilling and Popular Detective Pulp Fiction shorts

Sinister Detective Stories: 7 Thrilling and Popular Detective Pulp Fiction shorts

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by J.S. Endicott
     
 
J.S. Endicott was a House Name used by Better Publications Inc. for their Popular Detective and Thrilling Detective magazines. These following stories may have been written by one author, or seven different authors. The publication of the Pulp Magazines were all about filling space in time for the deadline. Often times an author would end up with more than one story

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J.S. Endicott was a House Name used by Better Publications Inc. for their Popular Detective and Thrilling Detective magazines. These following stories may have been written by one author, or seven different authors. The publication of the Pulp Magazines were all about filling space in time for the deadline. Often times an author would end up with more than one story in the same issue, and to avoid repeated bylines, the practice was to attribute the second story to a pseudonym of the author or a house name.

Thrilling Detective, April, 1936
ENTER DEATH
By J. S. Endicott
Author of “The Girl in the Belfry,” “Crimson Cargo,” etc.
Under the Cloak of Darkness, Murder Stalked
1700 Words

Popular Detective, July, 1936
THE BUILD-UP
By J. S. Endicott
Author of “Torch Fiend,” “Strands of Death,” etc.
Detective Jim Durst Didn’t Let the Grass Grow Under His Feet When He Was Ordered Out on the Mavis Pearce Snatch!
2000 Words

Popular Detective, April, 1937
DEATH HANGS HIGH
by J. S. Endicott
Author of “Murder in the Belfry,” “Where There’s Smoke—“ etc.
Weird, Baffling Doom Stalks an Abandoned Mine!
2000 Words

Thrilling Detective , May, 1937
VIAL OF MURDER
by J. S. Endicott
Author of “League of the Skulls,” “Death Hangs High,” etc.
Horrible Was the Fate Destined for Mol Craig!
1500 Words

Popular Detective , October, 1939
MARKED FOR EVIDENCE
by J. S. Endicott
Author of “The Bath Tub Murder,” “No Way to Die,” etc.
3700 Words

Popular Detective , December, 1939
SINISTER HOUSE
by J. S. Endicott
Author of “Murder in the Belfry,” “Showdown Crime,” etc.
Criminals Creep at Night, but then Lee Richmond, the Nocturnal Detective, is a Night Owl Himself!
1900 Words

Thrilling Detective , June 1945
BOMBSHELL MURDER
by J. S. Endicott
Jack Sanford recognizes the grim scent of mystery!
2600 Words

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013212176
Publisher:
Peril Press
Publication date:
10/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
4 MB

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