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    Justice    (about)
    A pulp magazine in all but format, Justice carried the subtitle “Amazing Detective Mysteries”, but focused on crime-adventure rather than detective puzzle plots.

    • Publishers:
      • Non-Pareil Publishing Corp.; 655 Madison Avenue, New York 21, NY: Justice

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    Kelly’s Magazine    (about)
    Reprint magazine rebinding unsold copies of Complete Detective Novel Magazine and Wild West Stories and Complete Novel Magazine.

    • Publishers:
      • Teck Publications, Inc.; 222 West 39th Street, New York, NY: Kelly’s Magazine

    Kelly’s Magazine [v1 #3, 1933] (Teck Publications, Inc., pulp)
    Probably a rebinding of the January 1933 issues of Complete Detective Novel Magazine, pgs 7-142, and Wild West Stories and Complete Novel Magazine, pgs 7-142. Issue not found.
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    Keyhole Mystery Magazine:
    Initially Keyhole Mystery Magazine presented a good array of the more standard mystery and detective short stories by many of the better-known mystery fiction authors, but was unable to sustain sales and folded after only three issues. It was relaunched over a year later, by a different publisher, under the title Keyhole Detective Story Magazine, with an emphasis on a more violent, fast-action, clip, heavily laced with tough and coarse characters and, above all, sex.

    Keyhole Mystery Magazine

    • Publishers:
      • Winston Publications, Inc.; 157 West 57th Street, New York 19, NY: Keyhole Mystery Magazine

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