The Continental Op -1925-26 – The seven Continental Op stories that Dashiell Hammett wrote during 1925 and 1926 for The Black Mask magazine.
42 Days For Murder – It takes six weeks or 42 days to get a quickee divorce in Reno. A lot can happen in 42 days.
Sleep With The Devil – Ferron was part hoodlum, part gigolo, a guy who’d break your arm as quick as he’d look at you. Suddenly his whole world began to shatter with unspeakable savagery.
Vaquero Guns – Jim Hatfield of the Rangers Fights a Sidewinder Who Plans to Ruin a Vast Empire of the Old Southwest
The nine Continental Op stories written by Dashiell Hammett in 1924.
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.
My Brother’s Widow – For four years Gevan Dean was in self-imposed exile from his family business, the business he had run until his brother stole his fiancee. Now his brother had been murdered and Gevan needed to know why.
The Star Kings is classic science fiction from Edmond Hamilton. Prince Zarth Arn exchanges minds and bodies with John Gordon, 200,000 years in his past. Gordon finds he must impersonate Prince Zarth on the eve of interstellar war. And only one man knows the truth of his impersonation – the tyrant leader of the League of Dark Worlds.
Doctor Satan Vol. 2 by Paul Ernst
The world’s weirdest criminal and strangest detective come face to face in these final four tales of the fiendish and sinister Doctor Satan.