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    Gold Seal Detective:   (about)
    Started out as a cops-and-robbers pulp with emphasis on police action and heavy thugs; as Ace Detective switched to heroic detective (usually police or FBI) chasing harsh thugs.


    Gold Seal Detective

    • Publishers:
      • Magazine Publishers, Inc.; 29 Worthington Street, Springfield, MA: Gold Seal Detective.








    Ace Detective Magazine
    Title changed from Gold Seal Detective.

    • Publishers:
      • Magazine Publishers, Inc.; 29 Worthington Street, Springfield, MA: Ace Detective Magazine.
    • Editors:






    GP Detective Stories   (about)
    A thin Australian digest printing original stories by Australian authors.

    • Publishers:
      • Gayle Publishing Co.; Sydney: GP Detective Stories.
      • Little Publications; Sydney: GP Detective Stories.






    Great Detective   (about)
    Great Detective was originally launched in 1933 with the self-imposed task of publishing “the best detective-mystery fiction available”, much of it with a distinctly English flavour. After nine issues or so there was a hiatus following which the magazine resurfaced briefly featuring entirely original fiction, but survived for only three issues in this guise.

    • Publishers:
        ue, New York 17, NYL.M. Publishing Co.; 80 Lafayette Street, New York, NY; and later at 545 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY; and later at 151 Fifth Avenue, New York 17, NY: Great Detective.
    • Editors:










    Great Detective [v3 #1, November 1933] ed. Will Levinrew (L.M. Publishing Company, Inc., 15¢, pulp)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.
    • 7 · The Ferret and the Bet · J. Allan Dunn · ss Adventure mid August 1918
    • 18 · Professor Mince’s May Day · Charles Levine · ss
    • 27 · Theft of Murillo’s St. Anthony · K. P. Wood · ms
    • 28 · The Scar · M. F. Goron; edited by Albert Keyzer · ts The Novel Magazine January 1906
    • 33 · The Will of Jesse Burright · K. P. Wood · ms
    • 34 · My Friend at Bridge [Randolph Mason] · Melville Davisson Post · ss Pearson’s Magazine (US) February 1907
    • 45 · The Taking of Stingaree [Sanguinary Stingaree] · E. W. Hornung · ss Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly August 1901
    • 53 · Sarah E. Howe, Swindler Extraordinary · K. P. Wood · ms
    • 54 · The Tuesday Club Murders: Case 3—Ingots of Gold [Miss Marple] · Agatha Christie · ss The Royal Magazine February 1928
    • 61 · A Real Case of Ruby Lips · K. P. Wood · ms
    • 62 · Murder Mysteries of New York: The Molineux Case · Frank M. O’Brien · cl
    • 73 · Cruel Blue-Laws of Old New England · K. P. Wood · ms
    • 74 · The Unprincipled Affair of the Practical Joker [Lord Peter Wimsey] · Dorothy L. Sayers · ss Pearson’s Magazine February 1926, as “Beyond the Reach of the Law”
    • 81 · Resourcefulness of the Secret Service · K. P. Wood · ms
    • 82 · The Masque of the Red Death · Edgar Allan Poe · ss Graham’s Lady’s and Gentleman’s Magazine May 1842, as “The Mask of the Red Death: A Fantasy”
    • 86 · Power of Falling Water · K. P. Wood · ms
    • 87 · The Strange Adventure of the Twelve Coins of Confucius [Part 2 of 2] · Harry Stephen Keeler · na Chicago Ledger December 8 1917 (+4)
    • 122 · With the Reader · [The Readers] · lc


    Great Detective [v3 #2, 1934?] (pulp)
    Issue not indexed - may be phantom.




    Great Detective [Volume 4 Number 1, 1934] (pulp)
    Issue not indexed - may be phantom.



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