Tong Law – When Valtier is poisoned on the riverboat Madelon, Roper and Walters join forces to track down the legend of the ‘Hanoi Emerald.’
The Voice Of Káli – What was the horrible something from the mysterious East that threatened the life of Van Dean and brought Harley of the Foreign Office down to this peaceful English countryside to solve the deadly problem or perish?
Chet Lacey- Private Investigator – Five stories of the cases of Private Detective Chet Lacey. He finds murder, blackmail, and the seamy side of life even in the “nicest” parts of society.
The Baron is in Trouble — Bill ‘Baron Munchausen’ Tolliver tells some very tall tales while he investigates insurance claims against the Imperial Casualty Company. Along the way he solves the murders that accompany some of the insurance fraud cases he is assigned.
Alibi in Red — Eight short stories of murder, robbery, fraud, kidnapping and attempted frames by David X. Manners.
Give ‘Em Hell! – A trail of murders and kidnappings of young women lead Dan Fowler, ace man-hunter of the F.B.I. to a ‘good town’, a town entirely controlled by criminals.
The Masked Woman – Professor James Xenophon Salwick, holding the chair of physics in the university, and an authority on anthropology jumps into the middle of a gang fight and is rescued by the (soon to be) infamous masked woman, Madam Madcap, “one of those clever Continental women of whom I have read.”
The Haunted Chair – A thrilling novel of murder by light-rays, murder by strange sounds, and murder by tragic perfumes—by the author of “The Phantom of the Opera.”
Red Aces – Baffling murders on a bitter night with deep snowfall; the only clues are two red aces. A story from the investigations of Mr. J. G. Reeder.
The Book of the Phantom Bullet – Five stories from the casebook of Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective.
The Spectral Strangler – Silent, horrible as the crushing coils of a serpent were those unseen fingers that blotted out men’s lives. A criminal of satanic proportions had risen —the “Black Master,” whose victims fell with livid, hideous faces and protruding tongues that seemed a ghastly mockery of the fate they had suffered. Along this terrible murder trail Secret Agent “X” gambled with the Dice of Death.
Murder Wheel and Other Stories – From gangsters carving out territories, to a serial killer preying upon young nurses, to the quest to recover a holy Tibetan prayer wheel, there is plenty of murder to go around.