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<< Detective Tales - Pocket Reader Series (UK) (1948?-1949?) >>

Genre: Mystery, Romance, Western
Category:
Issue List: Incomplete
Publication: Ceased
Publishers:
Editors:
The few issues listed here are Detective Tales, from Cook's Montly Murders. Presumably the other numbers would be Western or Romance fiction.
--Gordon, June 26, 2003
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FictionMags: Detective Tales 49 issues.
Skipped 18 FictionMags issues of Detective Tales from 1923-1945
Skipping FictionMags issues Detective Tales from 1952 on.
6
issues
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Extra
Originally named Detective Tales
1946

FM:Jan
v32#2




FM:Apr
v33#1








FM:Sep
v34#2




FM:Dec
v35#1


1947

FM:Jan
v35#2


FM:Mar
v35#4




FM:Jun
v36#3




FM:Sep
v37#2


FM:Nov
v37#4
FM:Dec
v38#1


1948

1948
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No. 101
1948

No. 107
1948

No. 110
1948
images available
No. 113
1948

No. 119
1948

No. 123
FM:Jan
v38#2
FM:Feb
v38#3
FM:Apr
v39#1
FM:May
v39#2
FM:Jun
v39#3
FM:Jul
v39#4
FM:Oct
v40#3
1948























FM:Dec
v41#1


1949

FM:Jan
v41#2






FM:May
v42#2


FM:Jul
v42#4
FM:Aug
v43#1




FM:Nov
v43#4
FM:Dec
v44#1


1950

FM:Jan
v44#2
FM:Feb
v44#3
FM:Mar
v44#4




FM:Jun
v45#3






FM:Oct
v46#3






Some statistics
6 total issues.
20 Matching FictionMag issues. 0 Partial matched FictionMag issues. 29 Unmatched FictionMag issues.
0 issues you want. 0 issues you are expecting soon.
0 issues you have. 0 issues you have for sale.

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