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    Detective Casebook
    One of the many British magazines in the 1940s published as a series of booklets with different titles to avoid paper restrictions

    • Publishers:
      • Brown Watson: Detective Casebook

    Detective Casebook [(#2, March) 1948] (Brown Watson, 1/-, 32pp, quarto)
    This issue is entitled Bedside Detective Casebook.
    • Crime Comes to Chimneys · Anon. · ss

    Detective Classics:    (about)
    This magazine started life as a war pulp, but, after only four issues under that name, it switched to a detective pulp, under the name Detective Classics, as which it continued for another 22 monthly issues. Each issue typically featured a lead novel followed by a small number of columns and short stories.

    Soldier Stories

    • Publishers:
      • Fiction House, Inc.; 271 Madison Avenue, New York, NY: Soldier Stories

    Detective Classics
    Title changed from Soldier Stories.

    • Publishers:
      • Fiction House, Inc.; 271 Madison Avenue, New York, NY: Detective Classics, Nov 1929 – Jun 1930.
      • Fiction House, Inc.; 220 East 42nd Street, New York, NY: Detective Classics, Jul 1930 – Sep 1931.

    Detective Crime Stories
    Peter Haining, in American Pulp Magazines, lists this as a magazine but it is actually an anonymous anthology featuring a story of that title by Lee Dexter.

    Detective Dime Novels:
    Detective Dime Novels was launched in the wake of the suddent revival of interest in single-character pulp magazines in 1940, and featured Dr. Thaddeus Harker. With the second issue it was renamed to Red Star Detective and folded a mere three issues later.

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