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    Crime Fiction Stories    (about)
    One-shot pulp from Trojan Magazines to provide a home for crime stories which “did not involve a police officer in the solution of the stories”, and hence did not fit into Pocket Detective, Hollywood Detective or Private Detective.

    • Publishers:
      • Trojan Magazines, Inc.; 125 East 46th Street, New York 17, NY: Crime Fiction Stories

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    Crime Investigator    (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 Crime Detective, Homicide Reporter, Police Detective and Racket-Buster Detective.

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



    Crime Mysteries    (about)
    An early horror-oriented crime pulp magazine with a decided macabre slant, Crime Mysteries started as a weekly, but dropped back to a monthly schedule after only six issues and folded two issues later.

    • Publishers:
      • Dell Publishing Co., Inc.; 97 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY: Crime Mysteries

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    Crime Shorts    (about)
    Small pamphlet magazines issued toward the end of the Second World War when paper rationing was at its height.

    • Publishers:
      • Gerald G. Swan, Ltd.; London, England: Crime Shorts






    Crimespree Magazine    (about)
    A bi-monthly critical magazine that publishes some fiction in each issue. Website: www.crimespreemag.com.

    • Publishers:
      • Jon and Ruth Jordan; 536 South 5th Street, Suite 1A, Milwaukee, WI 53204: Crimespree Magazine

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