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    Detective Classics
    Title changed from Soldier Stories.

    • Publishers:
      • Fiction House, Inc.; 271 Madison Avenue, New York, NY: Detective Classics, Nov 1929 – Jun 1930.
      • Fiction House, Inc.; 220 East 42nd Street, New York, NY: Detective Classics, Jul 1930 – Sep 1931.
























    Detective Crime Stories
    Peter Haining, in American Pulp Magazines, lists this as a magazine but it is actually an anonymous anthology featuring a story of that title by Lee Dexter.


    Detective Dime Novels:   (about)
    Detective Dime Novels was launched in the wake of the suddent revival of interest in single-character pulp magazines in 1940, and featured Dr. Thaddeus Harker. With the second issue it was renamed to Red Star Detective and folded a mere three issues later.


    Detective Dime Novels

    • Publishers:
      • The Frank A. Munsey Company; 280 Broadway, New York, NY: Detective Dime Novels.



    Red Star Detective
    Title changed from Detective Dime Novels.

    • Publishers:
      • The Frank A. Munsey Company; 280 Broadway, New York, NY: Red Star Detective.






    Detective Fiction   (about)
    A short-lived monthly magazine of mainly Australian stories.

    • Publishers:
      • Frank Johnson, Sydney: Detective Fiction.








    Detective Files   (about)
    All three issues state that all the contents are “true stories”, but the magazine is included here because it was indexed in Monthly Murders as “fiction”.

    • Publishers:
      • Caravan Books, Inc.; 1 West 47th Street, New York 36, NY: Detective Files.





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