Slaughter Stories: 7 Pulp Fiction Scorchers [Illustrated]

Slaughter Stories: 7 Pulp Fiction Scorchers [Illustrated]

by Robert Turner
     
 

Ten Detective Aces , January, 1941
MURDER—NOW PLAYING
by Robert Turner
Author of “Death’s Stand-In.”
When his girl was yanked away from the footlights and into a death-house frame, Police Detective Pete Putnam wrote a last act script —with a killer in the feature role.
5300 Words


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Ten Detective Aces , January, 1941
MURDER—NOW PLAYING
by Robert Turner
Author of “Death’s Stand-In.”
When his girl was yanked away from the footlights and into a death-house frame, Police Detective Pete Putnam wrote a last act script —with a killer in the feature role.
5300 Words


Ten Detective Aces , June, 1941
SLAUGHTER—WITH A SMILE
by Robert Turner
Author of “Murder—Now Playing,” etc.
The pert car-hops at Do-Drive-Inn gave service with a smile. But K.C. Jones, Hollywood trouble-shooter, knew that one of those cuties passed out slugs with the soda pop.
5200 Words


Ten Detective Aces , September, 1941
THE TRANSIENT CORPSE
by Robert Turner
Dade Collins' first guest at his tourist camp was . . . .
5200 Words


Ten Detective Aces, May 1943
ABRA CADAVER!
by Robert Turner
Spud Moran needed a girl for a dangerous job. He had to save one from the grave before she would take the position. But Spud found the only way he could make it worth her while was by standing in front of the murder gun for her.
5700 Words


Crack Detective, June 1947
HAIR OF THE CAT
by Robert Turner
Somewhere, Lee Parker knew, in this fantastic set-up was a clue to prove that his wife, Janie, had not committed murder—a clue which would soon be disposed of by the real killer. But what was it?
3300 Words


Famous Detective, November 1952
HOOK, LINE AND SUCKER!
by Robert Turner
3400 Words


IF Worlds of Science Fiction, January 1953
SUCCESS STORY
by Robert Turner
Illustrated by Kelly Freas
What is to be will be. Our only refuge lies in that which might not have been.
1700 Words

This edition includes the illustrations and covers for the stories.

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ISBN-13:
2940014548977
Publisher:
Peril Press
Publication date:
04/22/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
12 MB
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