A double-crossing partner that abandons a man to the wolves; gamblers playing poker with a woman and a ranch as the stakes; an outlaw and the sheriff that put him away thirty years before, band together to rid a town of corruption. These are some of the stories in Gunsmoke Years.
Dynamite – Five Stories by J. Lane Linklater – Murder, kidnapping, and blackmail, on the high seas, in a private mountain compound, in the middle of the city. There’s always a crook who wants whatever he (or she) can take, and is willing to kill to get it.
The Continental Op -1925-26 – The seven Continental Op stories that Dashiell Hammett wrote during 1925 and 1926 for The Black Mask magazine.
The Complete Chet Lacey – Eleven 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.
When Chet Lacey, Private Investigator, deals with the low life grifters that surround high society he finds that guns can be handy things.
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.
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.
Focus On Death – Five Stories from the Casebook of Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective. Dan Turner deals with the usual assortment of lowlifes in Hollywood: actors, agents, thieves, blackmailers and murderers.
Night Brings Wisdom – three stories of murder, revenge, blackmail, actors, impersonation and the medals that courage earns by Georges Surdez, the master of Foreign Legion fiction.
The Letter Death Wrote and Other Stories – four hard-boiled stories of murder, blackmail, kidnapping and death by Bruno Fischer.
Death Has An Escort – Two hard-boiled stories about love and pleasure and blackmail and murder by Roger Torrey.
The Golden Ghoul – Secret Agent “X’s” far-flung, crime-crushing organization brought him whisperings of a fiend who meted out a death worse than death— a monster who called himself the Ghoul.