Saturday, March 8, 2014

Murder in March Madness Day #8

Welcome to Murder In March Madness. I will highlight one title with the word Murder, or a variant,  in it each day all during the month of March. Today we are on the 8th day of this event and I will highlight the Nick Carter pulp story Park Avenue Murder! written in 1946.

Park Avenue Murder!  
Written by Richard Wormser

Guns bark as Nick Carter fights the dope ring!

When Nick Carter set out to save the sons and daughters of New York's highest society from the greed of those heading a vicious dope ring, little did he dream that he would soon find himself enmeshed in a blackmail scheme that which nothing could have been more cruel and heartless. Murder meant nothing to the leaders and paid thugs who preyed on those fortune had favored at birth. Caught in the vortex of hate and avarice, Nick Carter was pulled down to where it seemed that even the master detective could not escape from the whirlpool. Shooting and fighting, greed sand trickery furnish a shudder page.

Printing History

1946 by Vital Publications, Inc.
Reprinted by special arrangement by Street and Smith Publications, Inc.

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