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    Real Detective [v32 #1, July 1934] (25¢, 8.25″ x 11.25″ pulp)
    Issue partially indexed.



    Real Detective [v32 #3, September 1934] (Real Detective Publishing Co., Inc., 25¢, 98pp, 8.25″ x 11.25″ pulp, cover by Harwood Forsgren)
    Details supplied by Rob Preston.





    Real Detective [v34 #4, June 1935] (Real Detective Publishing Company, Inc., Chicago, 25¢, 100pp, 8.25″ x 11.25″ pulp)
    Details supplied by John Locke.
    • 50 · Murder at Moat Farm · Edgar Wallace · ar; by “The great English master of detective writing”.


    Real Detective [Vol. 52 No. 1, July 1942] (Sensation Magazine, Inc., 25¢)
    Volume number listed as “Vol. N” (i.e. Vol. L + 2). Listing all but photo features. Details supplied by Richard Newsome from Table of Contents.
    • 4 · Should Convicts Pay Their Way? · [unknown author] · ar
    • 6 · I Wrecked Minds for Cash · Alice Banks · ar
    • 12 · Acid Masks a Murder! · Jack D’Arcy · ts; set in Dothan, AL.
    • 18 · Mad Massacre of the Amorous Saboteur · Hollis B. Fultz · ts; set in Hermiston, Oregon.
    • 22 · Mountain Manhunt · Jack De Witt · ts; set in St. George, Utah.
    • 26 · I Had Rackets for Rent · Gloria Courtney · ar; “Defense workers feather the nest of a migratory moll”.
    • 32 · Blood Relations · Jonathan Shupp · ts; set in Laurel Lake, NJ.
    • 36 · Snaring Cleveland’s Lust Mad Terrorists · Will H. Murray · ts; set in Cleveland, OH.
    • 40 · How We Trapped the Phantom Slayer of the Sleeping Bridegroom · Raymond South · ts; set in San Antonio, TX; “Society makes short work of a coward in khaki”.
    • 44 · Death Throws a Seven · Patrick Howard · ts; set in Cleveland, Ohio; “He gambled on luck and was paid off in lead”.
    • 48 · Murder Ambush of the Masquerading Lunatic · Kelvin Kent · ts; set in Bernardsville, NJ; “A shot in the dark costs a police chief’s life”.
    • 54 · Riddle of the Extra Bullet · Richard Warren · ts; set in LeFlore County, OK; “Sudden death follows ”Taps“ in a CCC camp”.
    • 58 · A Single Strand Trips a Killer · John Graham · ts; set in Dallas, TX.
    • 62 · We Clipped the Rich · Geraldine Grant · ar


    Detective Tales Supplement
    In the 1920s a handful of short stories were reprinted as standalone pamphlets possibly to help advertise the magazine.

    • Publishers:
      • Rural Publishing Corp.; 854 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL: The Detective Tales Supplement.







    Detective Tales Supplement [The Triangle of Terror, 1922] (The Rural Publishing Corp., 25¢, 64pp, 4.25″ x 2.75″ pulp)
    • · The Triangle of Terror · Edwin MacLaren · nv Detective Tales October 1 1922 (+1)


    Detective Tales Supplement [Disappearing Bullets, 1923] (The Rural Publishing Corp., 25¢, 64pp, 4.25″ x 2.75″ pulp)
    • · Disappearing Bullets · George Jay Brenn · na Detective Tales November 16/December 15 1922 (+1)




    Detective Tales Supplement [The Valley of Missing Men, 1923] (The Rural Publishing Corp., 25¢, 64pp, 4.25″ x 2.75″ pulp)
    • · The Valley of Missing Men · Charles Franklin · nv Detective Tales February 1923 (+1)




    Real F.B.I. Detective Case Stories   (about)
    British reprint edition of F.B.I. Detective Stories.

    • Publishers:
      • Magazine Fiction Group; Cartoon Art Productions, 333 Victoria Road, Glasgow S2: Real F.B.I. Detective Case Stories.










    Real Love [January 1938?]
    Issue not indexed.



    Real Men [v2 #6, June 1958]
    Issue partially indexed.





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