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    The Saint Mystery Library   (about)
    More of an anthology series than a magazine, The Saint Mystery Library combined stories from its parent magazine with original stories and stories from other sources. First six issues were 4¼″ by 6½″, the following eight issues 4¼″ by 7″ size. Each issue had two separate numbers, an issue number listed in the indicia which started at #1, and a book number which started at #118 - as the latter numbers are more familiar, both numbers are listed below.

    • Publishers:
      • Great American Publications, Inc.; 270 Madison Avenue, New York 16, NY: Saint Mystery Library.
    • Editors:

    The Saint’s Choice   (about)
    More of an anthology series than a magazine, The Saint’s Choice, with one exception, reprinted stories from a variety of sources.

    • Publishers:
      • Bond-Charteris Enterprises: The Saint’s Choice, #1.
      • Jacobs Publishing Company: The Saint’s Choice, #2 – #3.
      • The Shaw Press: The Saint’s Choice, #4.
      • Bond-Charteris Enterprises: The Saint’s Choice, #5.
      • Saint Enterprises; 314 North Robertson Boulevard, Hollywood 34, CA: The Saint’s Choice, #6 – #7.
    • Editors:

    The Saint’s Choice [Vol. 1, (1945)] (Jacobs, 25¢, digest)
    Subtitled “The Saint’s Choice of English Mystery”.

    The Saint’s Choice [Vol. 4, (1945)] (Shaw, 25¢, 144pp, digest)
    Subtitled “The Saint’s Choice of Humorous Crime”.
    • 9 · The Miracle Tea Party · Leslie Charteris · na The Thriller Library #469, January 29 1938, as “The T.N. Tea-Party”
    • 83 · The Mystery of the Poisoned Kipper · Robert Benchley · ss Liberty February 13 1932
    • 89 · The Lost Sanjak · Saki · ss The Westminster Gazette April 24 1909
    • 98 · The Stolen White Elephant · Mark Twain · nv The Stolen White Elephant by Mark Twain, Webster, 1882
    • 120 · The Adventures of Shamrock Jolnes · O. Henry · ss The (New York) Sunday World February 7 1904
    • 128 · The Spotted Angel · Cameron Blake · ss (r)

    Saturn, The Magazine of Science Fiction:   (about)
    This magazine was really three seperate magazines in one. It started life in 1957 as a science fiction/fantasy magazine under the title Saturn, The Magazine of Science Fiction, but only lasted for 5 issues. It then switched to a detective magazine, first as Saturn Web Detective Story Magazine for 4 issues and then as Web Detective Stories for a further 10 issues. Finally it became a weird-menace terror title under the name Web Terror Stories for a final 8 issues. The precise title varies from issue to issue, and often differs between the cover, spine and masthead.

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