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    Mack’s Pocket Detective Stories Magazine   (about)
    Virtually nothing is known about this magazine, which is believed to have lasted for only a single issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Pocket Magazine Co.; 1860 Broadway, New York, NY: Mack’s Pocket Detective Stories Magazine.

    Malcolm’s   (about)
    A well-designed and printed detective and crime-adventure, published by mystery fan Malcolm Koch. The magazine was discontinued after three issues due to poor circulation—a fourth issue was prepared but apparently never published.

    • Publishers:
      • R. Malcolm & Associates; 421 Hudson Street, New York 14, NY: Malcolm’s.
    • Editors:

    Mammoth Detective   (about)
    Mammoth Detective was the older of the two mystery-detective pulp magazines published by Ziff-Davis, and weighed in initially with a massive 322 pages per issue and a planned monthly schedule. However the paper shortages during the war forced an irregular schedule closer to quarterly and a reduction in page count to 178 pages. After the war it briefly attained a monthly schedule but by then the writing was on the wall and it folded in late 1947 after a total of 33 issues.

    • Publishers:
      • Ziff-Davis Publishing Co.; 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL: Mammoth Detective.
    • Editors:

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