LOOT – Four Navajo Tom Raine Stories by Jackson Cole
Four stories of Navajo Tom Raine, Arizona Ranger, as he outsmarts and outguns bank robbers and murderers in the Arizona Territory.
The Spider Lily by Bruno Fischer
When Alec Linn came back home from navigating a bomber in World War II, he expected his wife Lily to meet him at the train station. When he found her dead later that night he was arrested as the murderer. But something didn’t add up because he knew he didn’t do it.
The Girl at Loup Garou – Three Stories by E.S. Dellinger
High in the Canadian Rockies they were trapped on a bridge – To front and rear there was no escape. This was wolf country and the wolves were drawing ever closer.
Flight of the Tiger – After Ben Morrow was shot down in the last week of Korean fighting, his self-confidence was shaken; he felt he could never fly again. Months later, after recovering in the hospital, Ben was sent back to the States on a thirty-day leave. He went to visit Helen MacLane, widow of his best friend, only to find that she was on the run from killers…. Ben tried to find Helen but he was being stalked by the killers, and they knew he would lead them straight to her.
The Scourge Below and Other Stories by Sam Merwin Jr.
Four science fiction stories by Samuel Merwin Jr. (1910-1996)
Sinister House – Eight Stories by J.S. Endicott
J.S. Endicott and John S. Endicott were house names for the Standard Publications group of magazines. Many authors wrote under these names and it’s difficult to know exactly who actually penned any particular story. These seven stories exhibit a wide range of themes, styles and abilities.
The Man Who Never Forgot – Six Early Stories by C.S. Montanye
These six early stories by C.S. Montanye (1892-1948) explore the criminal mind. But crime doesn’t pay, even if justice needs a little nudge from the fantastic now and then.
Murder Breeds Murder – Two Novelettes by Carl G. Hodges
Two classic crime novelettes by Carl G. Hodges (1902-1964).
Date With Murder and Other Stories by Harold Q. Masur
Date With Murder – three stories of crime and death by Harold Q. Masur (1909-2005).