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    Mystery [v11 #5, May 1935] ed. Durbin Lee Horner (Tower Magazines, Inc., 10¢, 88pp+, 11.5" x 13.5", cover by John Atherton)
    Pages 25 - 40 are printed on pulp paper, the rest of the magazine is on slick paper. A number of the pages feature sepia colored illustrations, and the print on those pages is also sepia in tone. Details supplied by Monte Herridge.






    Inspector Malone’s Mystery Magazine    (about)
    Announced as carrying “detective and mystery stories carefully selected and edited by Inspector Malone of Homicide, to cater to the readers seeking relaxation with well-written and unusual fiction”. Intended as a quarterly, but lasted only a single issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Ver Halen Publications; 6960 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood 28, CA: Inspector Malone’s Mystery Magazine

    • Editors:




    International Detective Cases [v1 #1, April 1936] ed. Rose Bolen (Artvision Publishing Company Inc., 25¢, 128pp+, digest)
    Details supplied by John Eggeling.
    • 1 · Death Under the Microscope · Fletcher Pratt · ts; from Germany.
    • 14 · The Clue of the Mismated Shoes · Anatole Feldman · ts; from England.
    • 28 · The Breakfast-for-Three Murder · W. Adolphe Roberts · ts; from France.
    • 38 · The Symbol of the Lily · Lum Smith · ts; from French Indo-China.
    • 50 · Aurora Borealis—Witness · Hollis B. Fultz · ts; from Canada.
    • 62 · The Vengeance of Mother India · William R. Creedmore · ts; from India.
    • 73 · Spies Don’t Die in Bed · A. F. Field · ts; from France.
    • 84 · Death Meets Father Christmas · Merrick Wells · ts; from Celebes Islands.
    • 94 · The Man Who Wouldn’t Stay Dead · Fred Armour · ts; from Hungary.
    • 111 · The Flying Dutchman Comes to Port · Dane North · ts; from Australia.
    • 122 · Proof in Plaster · Beech Allen · ts; from Belgium.










    International Detective Cases [v2 #4, March 1937] (25¢, digest)
    Details supplied by Steven Slutsky. Described on the cover as “True Classics of Crime Detection”.
    • 1 · Detectives for the Defense · Wilton Grey · ts; from Mexico.
    • 12 · Hindu Hate · John Hale · ts; from England.
    • 27 · Murderer’s Mask · Lum Smith · ts; from France.
    • 38 · Port of Missing Gems · George Allan Moffatt · ts; from The High Seas.
    • 51 · The Chalet of Pere Charlot · Fletcher Pratt · ts; from Switzerland.
    • 65 · Oddities in Crime · Anon. · cl
    • 66 · The Tale of the Tattooed Arm · Jack Martin · ts; from Australia.
    • 79 · A Study in Green and Gold · Gregori Gerard · ts; from Russia.
    • 91 · Caress of the Widow · Anon. · ms; from France.
    • 99 · Identification Classics · Anon. · cl
    • 102 · The Riddle of the Missing Man · Hollis B. Fultz · ts; from Canada.
    • 118 · Even Exchange · Marvin Campbell · ts; from Switzerland.



    International Detective Cases [v2 #6, May 1937] ed. Robert Borden (Quality Publications, Inc., 25¢, digest)
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    • 1 · By the Grace of Edward the Eighth · G. Evan Butcher · ts; from England.
    • 15 · The Late Vidocq · Anon. · ts; from France.
    • 26 · A Ton of Detectives · Anon. · ts; from the U.S.A.
    • 38 · By the Skin of a Pig · Anon. · ts; from Canada.
    • 51 · The Case of the Conflicting Clues · Anon. · ts; from France.
    • 63 · Oddities in Crime · Anon. · cl
    • 64 · The Forgotten Men of Collegno · Anon. · ts; from Italy.
    • 78 · Seven Men Will Die · Anon. · ts; from Cuba.
    • 91 · Identification Classics · Anon. · cl
    • 96 · Needle’s Eye · Anon. · ts; from Nassau.
    • 107 · The Mystery of the Missing Man · Anon. · ts; from Mexico.
    • 119 · An International Duet · Anon. · ts; from Germany.







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