Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Seven Seas Monthly Magazine No3

Seven Seas Monthly Magazine No3

New Stories From Every Corner Of The Globe

There's more than "hanging space" in your wardrobe when you travel.

Queen Of The Bahamas
by Richard Maddock

Steamer Down The Nile
by Eric Simmons

Flight From The Tangier
by Oscar Veitch

Jungle Executioner
by Alan Yates

Destination China
by Colin Thompson

Printing History
Transport Publishing Company

Monday, February 14, 2022

The Man In The Brown Suit by Agatha Christie

The Man In The Brown Suit
by Agatha Christie

She matched wits with a master crook.....

Pretty, young Anne Beddingfeld has come to London looking for adventure. But adventure finds her when a strange-smelling man falls off an Underground platform and is electrocuted on the rails. The police verdict is accidental death. But who was the man in the brown suit who examined the body before running away? Armed with only one cryptic clue, Anne is determined to track him down and bring the mysterious killer to justice.

Bonus cover

Printing History
Written by Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie (1890-1976)

1924 Dodd Mead and Company
1949 Dell Books (#319)

Sunday, January 30, 2022

Time To Prey by Frank Kane

Time To Prey
by Frank Kane

"This isn't the place to talk," the Chinese girl murmured.
Liddel smiled "Then let's think of better things to do."

It wasn’t his case…his girl…or his problem…but Johnny Liddell had a personal interest in this little caper.

He didn’t ask to be the Feds’ “receiver” on a pass of inside info on the smuggling racket, but he was. He didn’t ask to have a couple of hoods beat the living daylights out of him to get the info back, but they did. As a matter of fact, for the first time in his life, Johnny Liddell wasn’t asking for trouble.

But when a lovely doll invited him to see her later, and murder turned later into never again, Johnny asked in—in to the bloody end.

Printing History
Written by Frank Kane (1912-1968)

Dell Publishing Co


March 1966

Monday, January 17, 2022

The Cheyenne Payoff by Chet Cunningham

The Cheyenne Payoff
by Chet Cunningham

Cheyenne is a rough and tumble town, grown up from a hell on wheels intercontinental railroad berg full of hustlers, con men, and ladies of the night. And if you want to stay alive, it's a sharp eye and a fast draw.

Brad Spear came to Cheyenne to find a missing man. Instead, he discovered a burned-out saloon, a dry gulch where men staggered to their death in the scorching sun. A defrocked priest, a killer and rapist whose private hell led him to torture and deception. And an evil so intense it gnawed at the lives of men and women throughout the territory.

But in Cheyenne he also found Lady Jane. Beautiful, sensuous, a woman who could destroy a man or make him love her. Her methods were learned on the streets of London and perfected in the frontier town of Cheyenne. With the help of this remarkable woman, Brad Spear must overturn one of the most powerful conspiracies of the Old West

Printing History
Written by Chet Cunningham (1928-2017)

Dell/Branbury Books
February 1981

Monday, January 3, 2022

Expectant Nymph by Hank Janson

Expectant Nymph
by Hank Janson

Why should a world famous stripper suddenly want to avoid being seen?

When Hank Jason is given a routine assignment to interview a retired gangster, he doesn't expect to be de-panted by a mysterious young woman. And neither does he expect to go swimming in the raw with a beautiful international stripper who has been seen au naturel by an estimated 10 million men. But it's all in a day's and night's work to the Chicago Chronicle's ace reporter.

Printing History
Written by Stephen D Francis
New International Library
Gold Star Books IL7-32
August 1964