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    New All-Action Stories [(#7?), Action Western Stories, 1950] (T.V. Boardman & Co. Ltd., 9d, 64pp, pulp)
    Partial reprint of the August 1948 issue of Big-Book Western, plus a single story from the September 1948 issue of Ace-High Western Stories.
    • 2 · Santa Fe Trail Scout · Everett M. Webber · na Big-Book Western Magazine Aug 1948
    • 17 · Death Valley King-Buster · Joseph Chadwick · na Big-Book Western Magazine Aug 1948
    • 31 · Ride the Hell-Herd’s Death Watch! · Tom W. Blackburn · na Big-Book Western Magazine Aug 1948
    • 43 · Hurry-Call for Doc Colt’s Medico · Max Kesler · na Big-Book Western Magazine Aug 1948
    • 58 · The Devil had a Mule · W. F. Bragg · ss Ace-High Western Stories Sep 1948
    • 63 · Boothill Send-Off · Wayne D. Overholser · ss Big-Book Western Magazine Aug 1948


    New All-Action Stories [(#8?), Romance Stories, 1950] (T.V. Boardman & Co. Ltd., 9d, 64pp, pulp)
    • 2 · The Unguarded Heart · Sheila Morris · nv Love Fiction Magazine Apr 1946
    • 17 · Afraid to Love Him · Doris Knight · ss Love Fiction Magazine Apr 1946
    • 25 · Strictly Femme Fatale · Vina Lawrence · ss Love Fiction Magazine Apr 1946
    • 33 · So You Think I’m Dangerous · Roberta Reece · ss Love Fiction Magazine Apr 1946
    • 41 · The Secret of Susan Grey · Betty Webb Lucas · ss (r)
    • 49 · This Time No Promises! · Lucinda Baker · ss (r)
    • 56 · Warning—No Romance! · Helen Hibbard Dau · ss (r)



    New All-Action Stories [#10, Frontier Western Stories, 1950] (T.V. Boardman & Co. Ltd., 9d, 64pp, pulp)
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    • Colt-Fever! · Giff Cheshire · na .44 Western Magazine Oct 1949



    New All-Action Stories [#12, Fast-Action Western Stories, 1951] (T.V. Boardman & Co. Ltd., 9d, 64pp, pulp)
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    • Death Is My Deputy · Frank Bonham · na Fifteen Western Tales Mar 1949



    New All-Action Stories [#14, Ace High Western Stories, 1952] (T.V. Boardman & Co. Ltd., 9d, 64pp, pulp)
    Partial reprint of the May 1949 issue of Ace-High Western Stories. Note that the publisher is listed on the Table of Contents as “The Popular Press Ltd.”. In addition, all the stories which have exclamation marks at the end on the story title pages are missing them in the Table of Contents, and vice versa—the titles listed are from the story title pages.


    New All-Action Stories [#15, Two-Gun Western Stories, 1952] (T.V. Boardman & Co. Ltd., 1/-, 64pp, pulp)
    • 2 · The March of the Vigilantes · Robert E. Mahaffay · nv Dime Western Magazine Sep 15 1935, as “The Vigilantes of Rainbow Bar”
    • 23 · Buffalo Patrol · Van Cort · ss .44 Western Magazine Mar 1951; given as by Vane Cort.
    • 31 · The Fugitive of Faro Flats · Herbert A. Woodbury · ss Dime Western Magazine Jan 1939, as “Call of the Wild Frontier”
    • 40 · Wanted! · Frank Bonham · nv .44 Western Magazine Mar 1951
    • 56 · Mantrap · Murray Leinster · ss Western Story Roundup Feb 1951
    • 62 · Tinhorn’s Last Gamble · Jonathan Craig · vi Max Brand’s Western Magazine Mar 1951




    New All-Action Stories [(#18?), Six-Gun Western Stories, 1952] (T.V. Boardman & Co. Ltd., 1/-, 64pp, pulp)
    • 2 · Doomed Men of Hell Hole [Heck Kilada] · Tom Roan · na 10 Story Western Magazine Dec 1936
    • 20 · Gunman’s Glory · Gunnison Steele · ss 10 Story Western Magazine Sep 1936
    • 27 · Gambler Lose All · Stone Cody · ss 10 Story Western Magazine Jan 1937, as “Girl for a Gambling Man”
    • 33 · They Called Him Killer · Lloyd Eric Reeve · ss Walt Coburn’s Western Magazine Jun 1951
    • 38 · The Two Strangers · Richard H. Nelson · ss .44 Western Magazine Jul 1951
    • 48 · Wild Brothers of the Brasada · Cliff Farrell · nv 10 Story Western Magazine Feb 1937
    • 60 · Gun Shy · Harry F. Olmsted · ss 10 Story Western Magazine Jan 1937, as “Hot Lead for the Gunshy”




    New Detective Magazine:
    New Detective Magazine started in 1941 promising “the NEWest in Crime Fiction”, and carried the standard fare of crime stories, with emphasis on police detectives, by some of the most popular authors. It ran for 73 issues and was then, in August 1953, merged with Detective Tales to form Fifteen Detective Stories. This was originally launched as a new magazine with the August 1953 issue, but with its second issue picked up the volume numbering of New Detective Magazine. However, it only ran under the new title for 12 issues before folding in June 1955. It was then relaunched in January 1956 as a men’s magazine called True Adventures, but is believed to have published no fiction under that title, and those issues are not indexed here.


    New Detective Magazine

    • Publishers:
      • Fictioneers, Inc.; 2256 Grove Street, Chicago, IL; and later at 1125 E. Vaile Street, Kokomo, IN: New Detective Magazine, Mar 1941 – Jan 1942.
      • Popular Publications, Inc.; 2256 Grove Street, Chicago, IL; and later at 1125 E. Vaile Street, Kokomo, IN: New Detective Magazine, Mar 1942 – Jun 1953.











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