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    Crime Confessions [v2 #2, November 1940] ed. Lionel White (Crime Confessions)
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 4 · Unrequited Love Tragedy Bears an Heir · Anon. · 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! · Anon. · nf; “A camera record of domestic calamity.”



    Crime Confessions (UK) [circa 1944] (William C. Merrett, 50pp, pulp)
    Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.
    • 1 · New York State Murdered My Boy · Anon. · tc
    • 8 · I Admit I Murdered My Husband · Anon. · tc
    • 13 · “I Killed the Woman I Loved” · Anon. · tc
    • 18 · Queen of the Park Avenue Jewel Thieves · Anon. · tc
    • 25 · I Drive ’em Hot · Anon. · tc
    • 31 · Voice from the Dead · Anon. · tc
    • 35 · The Crimson Crime of the Branded Lovers · Anon. · tc
    • 42 · Mobsters Mouthpiece · Anon. · tc


    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)


    Crime Detective (UK) [n.d. (May 1949)] (Hamilton & Co., 9d, 64pp, quarto)
    Incomplete Data - Issue not found.


    Crime Digest    (about)
    A short-lived magazine presenting extracts and condensations of recent crime books. Companion magazine to Science Fiction Digest.

    • Publishers:
      • Davis Publications, Inc.; 380 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017: Crime Digest

    • Editors:






    Crime Factory    (about)
    Hardboiled crime quarterly, containing mainly non-fiction with the occasional story. Converted to a webzine after the 9th issue, and died shortly thereafter.

    • Publishers:
      • Shiv Publishing; West Preston, Victoria 3072, Australia: Crime Factory

    • Editors:







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