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    Hollywood Mystery    (about)
    A magazine of this title is rumored to have been published in 1932. There has been no positive evidence of its existence.



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

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




    Hooded Detective (UK) (1942)    (about)
    British reprint edition of Hooded Detective.

    • Publishers:
      • Gerald G. Swan, Ltd.; 37-38-39 Burne Street, Marylebone, London NW1: Hooded Detective (UK)




    Hunted Detective Story Magazine    (about)
    Created as a companion magazine to Pursuit Detective Story Magazine—the two titles were published in alternating months.

    • Publishers:
      • Star Publications, Inc.; 1 Appleton Street, Holyoke, MA: Hunted Detective Story Magazine

    • Editors:
      • L. B. Cole - Editor: Hunted Detective Story Magazine, Dec 1954 – Apr 1956.
      • George Peltz - Editor: Hunted Detective Story Magazine, Jun 1956 – Oct 1956.














    Hush    (about)
    A monthly magazine, printed on very poor quality pulp paper, and published by the Detective Story Club, an offshoot of William Collins, more famous for the Crime Club series of books.

    • Publishers:
      • Detective Story Club Ltd.; 5 Bridewell Place, London EC4: The Hush

    • Editors:




    Hush [v1 #3, August 1930] (6d, 257-384pp, pulp)
    • 258 · The Compleat Criminal · Edgar Wallace · ss Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction Jul 1913
    • 268 · The Secret of the Strong Room · J. S. Fletcher · ss The Red Magazine Dec 1 1912
    • 280 · The Greenwood Poisoning Mystery · H. L. Adam · ar
    • 298 · Snow · Leslie Mius · ss
    • 306 · Identification Parades · Selwyn Hammerton · ar
    • 314 · The Great Bank Note Forgery · Harold Eadie · ss
    • 328 · The Missing Baronet [Supt. Henry Wilson] · G. D. H. & M. Cole · nv Superintendent Wilson’s Holiday, Collins 1928
    • 350 · When Thieves Fall Out · Stanley Poole · ss
    • 363 · Accidental Death · Lennox Kerr · ss
    • 373 · The Inside of Scotland Yard—I. The Council of Six · George Dilnot · ar; adapted from The Story of Scotland Yard, Bles, 1926.



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