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    Crime and Justice Detective Story Magazine
    Really a gangster magazine with the atmosphere of a 40s pulp. Old-time writers G.T. Fleming-Roberts and Robert Sidney Bowen appeared alongside newcomers Harlan Ellison and Edward D. Hoch.

    • Publishers:
      • Arnold Magazines, Inc.; 1 Appleton Street, Holyoke, MA: Crime and Justice Detective Story Magazine.
    • Editors:
      • Alfred Grenet - Editor: Crime and Justice Detective Story Magazine.

    Crime Confessions [v2 #2, November 1940] ed. Lionel White (Crime Confessions) []
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 4 · Unrequited Love Tragedy Bears an Heir · [uncredited] · nf; “A son duplicates his mother’s crime.”
    • 5 · War and Crime · A. S. Sommers Beatring, Ph.D. · nf; “Killing begins at home.”
    • 6 · Shyster’s Girl · Dorothy Darnell · nf; “A professional liar tells ‘Nothing but the truth.’”
    • 10 · Case of the Mad Lover and the Fickle Beauty · Henry Jordan · nf; “He beat her to death on the streets of El Paso.”
    • 14 · I Took the Wrong Road to Happiness · Minnie Jones · nf; “An unwed wife ran into a dead-end.”
    • 16 · Slaughter of the Innocent · George Green · nf; “A six-year-old girl was the victim.”
    • 19 · I Couldn’t Fight Off All Six · Loretta Clark · nf; “She tells of her nightmare with the Honey Gang.”
    • 24 · Tragedy Visits the House of Discontent! · Mrs. Margaret Pace · nf; “A two-timing husband couldn’t cheat death.”
    • 28 · Motor City Melodrama · Kent Sagendorph · nf; “A Detroit cop breaks the chains of vice.”
    • 32 · “God What Fiend Did This?” · Charles Josephs · nf; “San Francisco cops trace an ice pick.”
    • 35 · Night Court! · Seymour J. Ettman · nf; “The longest running show on Broadway!”
    • 50 · Parents Can Be Killers! · [uncredited] · nf; “A camera record of domestic calamity.”

    Crime Confessions (UK, 1948)   (about)
    One of the many undated “one shot” magazines published in the UK in the years after the Second World War. First in a loose series with Phantom Detective Cases, Mystery Crime Cases and Dynamic Detective Cases

    • Publishers:
      • John Spencer & Co.; 24 Shepherds Bush Road, London W6: Crime Confessions.

    Crime Detective [v1 #11, October 1939] ed. Lionel White (Crime Detective, Inc.; Dunellen, NJ, 25¢, 116pp, bedsheet) []
    Details supplied by John Locke.
    • 76 · Mystery of the Scout-Master’s Murder · Anatole Fields · ar

    Crime Detective (UK)   (about)
    One of the many undated “one shot” magazines published in the UK in the years after the Second World War. In a loose series with Homicide Reporter, Police Detective, Racket-Buster Detective and Crime Investigator.

    • Publishers:
      • Hamilton & Co. (Stafford) Ltd.; 1&2 Melville Court, Goldhawk Road, London W12: Crime Detective (UK).

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