The Restless Hands – Rebecca Sprague was a beautiful girl but the very fact of her beauty brought death and terror. Beneath the the serenity of Hessian Valley lurks the mysterious strangler with eager fingers.
The nine Continental Op stories written by Dashiell Hammett in 1924.
Written in first person, these are the stories of an unnamed operative for the Continental Detective Agency. The Continental Op deals with the gamut of human crime and cruelty.
Murder Calls The Tune – Four novelettes about life on the home front during World War II including sabotage, refugees, fraud, espionage, treason and murder.
Moris Klaw, antiques and curios dealer, and part-time detective, sleeps at the scenes of awful crimes so that he might receive a psychic impression of the victim’s (or the perpetrator’s) last thoughts.
Outside The Law – Bruce Marvin had been found guilty of murder. Yet, condemned to the gallows, Bruce found a way out, urged by a lust for revenge against the man who had framed him.
The Fourth Corpse and Other Stories – Four stories of vicious gangsters, sleazy grifters, and a pickpocket that saves the day, as only Norman A. Daniels can tell them.
The Early Fu-Manchu consists of the first three Fu-Manchu novels by Sax Rohmer: The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu (1913), The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu (1916), and The Hand of Fu-Manchu (1917).
The Dead Don’t Die – From a frame-up for murder, to the jewels at the center of a family curse, Bruno Fischer writes about some very bad people.
Legion of the Living Dead – From nowhere hurtled that black death car. And from nowhere came its grisly occupants. They were not of the earth, for their human flesh was immune to bullets. They were not of the grave, for they manned the wheel and a blasting machine gun.
Just One More Case – four stories of jewel thefts, frame-ups, intimidation, and murder by one of the most popular writers of the pulp era.
Black Murder – Three hard-boiled stories of greed, robbery, black market bootleggers and murder by Roger Torrey.