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.
Clues in the Dark and Other Stories – five stories of murder committed by mobsters, dirty cops, and bank robbers.
Death’s Halo by Robert Leslie Bellem: four stories from the casebook of Dan Turner – Hollywood Detective: Star Chamber, Falling Star, Death’s Bright Halo, Stock Shot
Doctor Satan Vol. 1 by Paul Ernst
The eight Doctor Satan stories by Paul Ernst appeared in Weird Tales in 1935 and 1936. Doctor Satan, an enormously wealthy man, tired of all the thrills that money can buy, turned to crime and became a cold-blooded monster. He employs both scientific and occult knowledge to commit fiendish and sinister acts of evil, and spectacularly gruesome murders.
Homicide Hunch – Four Dan Turner Hollywood Detective stories by Robert Leslie Bellem (1902-1968).
Sleeping Dogs and Other Stories by Robert Leslie Bellem
Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective was a typical hardboiled private eye, who just happened to work the back lots and bedrooms of Hollywood. The vain film stars, the arrogant producers, the scheming agents and an endless array of glamorous female “starlets” were his clientele. Here are four stories from the casebook of Dan Turner by Robert Leslie Bellem (1902-1968).
Phony Shakedown – Four Stories of Dan Turner – Hollywood Detective by Robert Leslie Bellem
Dan Turner was a hard-boiled gumshoe who worked the mean streets and back lots of the film studios of Hollywood, encountering murderers, blackmailers, greedy producers, seductive starlets, desperate has-beens and immoral grifters.