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    Real Detective [v34 #4, June 1935] (Real Detective Publishing Company, Inc., Chicago, 25¢, 100pp, 8.25″ x 11.25″ pulp)
    Details supplied by John Locke.
    • 50 · Murder at Moat Farm · Edgar Wallace · ar; by “The great English master of detective writing”.


    Real Detective [Vol. 52 No. 1, July 1942] (Sensation Magazine, Inc., 25¢)
    Volume number listed as “Vol. N” (i.e. Vol. L + 2). Listing all but photo features. Details supplied by Richard Newsome from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · Should Convicts Pay Their Way? · [unknown author] · ar
    • 6 · I Wrecked Minds for Cash · Alice Banks · ar
    • 12 · Acid Masks a Murder! · Jack D’Arcy · ts; set in Dothan, AL.
    • 18 · Mad Massacre of the Amorous Saboteur · Hollis B. Fultz · ts; set in Hermiston, Oregon.
    • 22 · Mountain Manhunt · Jack De Witt · ts; set in St. George, Utah.
    • 26 · I Had Rackets for Rent · Gloria Courtney · ar; “Defense workers feather the nest of a migratory moll”.
    • 32 · Blood Relations · Jonathan Shupp · ts; set in Laurel Lake, NJ.
    • 36 · Snaring Cleveland’s Lust Mad Terrorists · Will H. Murray · ts; set in Cleveland, OH.
    • 40 · How We Trapped the Phantom Slayer of the Sleeping Bridegroom · Raymond South · ts; set in San Antonio, TX; “Society makes short work of a coward in khaki”.
    • 44 · Death Throws a Seven · Patrick Howard · ts; set in Cleveland, Ohio; “He gambled on luck and was paid off in lead”.
    • 48 · Murder Ambush of the Masquerading Lunatic · Kelvin Kent · ts; set in Bernardsville, NJ; “A shot in the dark costs a police chief’s life”.
    • 54 · Riddle of the Extra Bullet · Richard Warren · ts; set in LeFlore County, OK; “Sudden death follows ”Taps“ in a CCC camp”.
    • 58 · A Single Strand Trips a Killer · John Graham · ts; set in Dallas, TX.
    • 62 · We Clipped the Rich · Geraldine Grant · ar


    Detective Tales Supplement
    In the 1920s a handful of short stories were reprinted as standalone pamphlets possibly to help advertise the magazine.

    • Publishers:
      • Rural Publishing Corp.; 854 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL: The Detective Tales Supplement.







    Detective Tales Supplement [The Triangle of Terror, 1922] (The Rural Publishing Corp., 25¢, 64pp, 4.25″ x 2.75″ pulp)
    • · The Triangle of Terror · Edwin MacLaren · nv Detective Tales October 1 1922 (+1)


    Detective Tales Supplement [Disappearing Bullets, 1923] (The Rural Publishing Corp., 25¢, 64pp, 4.25″ x 2.75″ pulp)
    • · Disappearing Bullets · George Jay Brenn · na Detective Tales November 16/December 15 1922 (+1)




    Detective Tales Supplement [The Valley of Missing Men, 1923] (The Rural Publishing Corp., 25¢, 64pp, 4.25″ x 2.75″ pulp)
    • · The Valley of Missing Men · Charles Franklin · nv Detective Tales February 1923 (+1)




    Real F.B.I. Detective Case Stories   (about)
    British reprint edition of F.B.I. Detective Stories.

    • Publishers:
      • Magazine Fiction Group; Cartoon Art Productions, 333 Victoria Road, Glasgow S2: Real F.B.I. Detective Case Stories.



    Real Mystery Magazine   (about)
    Real Mystery was a short-lived, weird menace, pulp launched to reprint stories from Uncanny Tales and Mystery Tales under new titles.

    • Publishers:
      • Western Fiction Publishing Co., Inc.; 4600 Diversey Avenue, Chicago, IL: Real Mystery Magazine.
    • Editors:





    Red Dime Detective Magazine   (about)
    British reprint edition of Dime Detective. Note that the cover and Table of Contents both give the title as Red Dime Detective Magazine, but it is also referred to internally simply as Dime Detective.

    • Publishers:
      • Magazine Fiction Group; Cartoon Art Productions, 333 Victoria Road, Glasgow S2: Red Dime Detective Magazine.



    Red Herring Mystery Magazine   (about)
    Elusive small-press magazine that ran for 12 issues or so in the mid 1990s.

    • Publishers:
      • Potpourri Publications Company; PO Box 8278, Prairie Village, KS 66208-4320: Red Herring Mystery Magazine.





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