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    Red Letter [v66 #29, July 20th 1963] (D.C. Thomson/John Leng, 4½d, 28pp, A4)
    • 2 · You and Me and She · [The Readers] · lt
    • 3 · People Stared—And No Wonder! · Anon. · ss
    • 5 · I Was Left Them in a Will! [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 8 · While Waiting for Your Baby · Jeanne d’Arcy · cl
    • 10 · [column] · Dorothy Dix · cl (r)
    • 11 · The Other Man in Her Life · Anon. · ss
    • 13 · Date with a Stranger · Dr. Grant · vi
    • 14 · Don’t Go Out Alone Tonight [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 19 · So Young-So Defiant · Anon. · ss
    • 22 · Little Annie Rooney · Anon. · cs
    • 24 · They Kept the Truth from Norma · Anon. · ss
    • 27 · His Winning Ways Deceived Her · Anon. · vi


    Red Letter [v72 #51, December 20th 1969] (D.C. Thomson, 6d, 32pp, A4)
    • 2 · You and Me and He and She · [The Readers] · lt
    • 3 · The Youngest Bride · Anon. · ss
    • 5 · The Son She Didn’t Know [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 8 · Can YOU Cope? · Jeanne d’Arcy · cl
    • 9 · Speaking Personally · Jean Dixon · cl
    • 10 · Hugh’s Romance Might Never Have Happened—But for a Penny! [Hugh Lloyd] · Maurice Richards · iv
    • 11 · Every Dream Has a Hidden Meaning! · Peter Zadeus · cl
    • 12 · The Tell-tale Mark · Anon. · ss
    • 15 · The Day Shadow Adopted Us · Anon. · vi
    • 16 · She Was Driven to It [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 20 · Stranger on the Road · Anon. · ss
    • 24 · One Way to Solve a Problem! · Dr. Grant · ss
    • 26 · A Big, Empty Place in My Heart · Anon. · ss
    • 29 · It’s a Pity About Derek · J. M. C. · vi
    • 30 · I Made a Prisoner of My Daughter · Anon. · ar
    • 32 · Quick’n’Easy Cooking Guide · Noele Gordon · ms
    • 32 · Star Recipe · Mike Yarwood · ms


    Red Letter [v74 #7, February 13, 1971] (D. C. Thomson, 6d, 32pp)
    Details supplied by Steve Holland.
    • 2 · You & Me & He & She · Anon. · lt
    • 3 · Haunted by a Memory · Anon. · ss
    • 5 · How the Stars Chart Your Fate · Anon. · ms
    • 6 · The Enemy Next Door [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 10 · One She Was Too Shy to Sing · Maurice Richards · ar
    • 11 · The Doctor Talks to You Each Week · Anon. · cl
    • 12 · When the Weeping Has to Stop · Anon. · ss
    • 15 · No Strangers in the Street · Anon. · ss
    • 16 · The Spell of the Sea Witch [Part ? of ?] · Anon. · sl
    • 22 · The Gift of the Gab · Anon. · ss
    • 24 · Noele Gordon’s Cook-In · Noele Gordon · cl
    • 26 · Jenny, the Quiet One · Anon. · ss
    • 29 · Speaking Personally · Jean Dixon · cl
    • 30 · It’s Too Late to Turn Back · Anon. · ss
    • 31 · A Warning You Should Never Ignore · Peter Zadeus · ar


    The Red Magazine    (about)
    The Red Magazine—UK; Jun. 1908-Sep. 1939 (620 issues); Harmsworth, London (Amalgamated Press); monthly (but twice-monthly Feb. 1910-Mar. 1918, and Jan. 1919-Sep. 1929); slightly undersized standard pulp, 160pp (176pp for first year), price 4d; reduced to 96pp (15 Apr. 1917), up to 112pp (15 Mar. 1919), back to 96pp (13 Aug. 1926); editor F. Ward (in 1934); an all-fiction magazine which published a high proportion of sf, fantasy and mystery in its first decade; shifted more to light romance in the 1920s, but reverted to more adventure-based stories in 1930s; authors included H. Rider Haggard (“Red Eve,” from Dec. 1910), Ethel M. Dell, James Barr, A. E. Ashford, Bertram Atkey, Coutts Brisbane, A. M. Burrage, William Hope Hodgson, M. P. Shiel, Edgar Wallace, J. Russell Warren, Fred M. White; indexed, sf, fantasy & mystery only, in George Locke, Search & Research #1, Nov. 1973.









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