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    Alfred Hitchcock’s Suspense Magazine
    Title changed from Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine (Australia). There may possibly be some other issues between #11 & v3 #4, but it is unlikely and no details are known.

    • Publishers:
      • Magazine Enterprises; 149 Castlereagh Street, Sydney: Alfred Hitchcock’s Suspense Magazine.






    Alibi   (about)
    Alibi was produced specifically for, and sold exclusively through, the newsstands in Woolworth’s stores nationwide.

    • Publishers:
      • Magazines, Inc.; 4600 Diversey Avenue, Chicago, IL: Alibi.
    • Editors:







    All Detective Magazine:   (about)
    All Detective Magazine started life as a very thin pulp magazine that sold (initially) for 5c. The August 1934 issue was notable for introducing the arch-fiend “Doctor Death” who was so popular that the magazine was renamed Doctor Death in February 1935, although it only lasted for a further three issues.









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