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<< Expose Detective (1942-1948?) >>

Genre: True Crime
Category:
Issue List: Incomplete
Publication: Ceased
Publishers: Current Detective Stories, Inc. (1943; Non-Pareil Pub. (1944-1947)
Editors:
See also Exposed Detective (1956-1967?).
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1942

Jan
v1#1
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Apr
v1#2
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Jul
v1#3
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Dec
v1#4
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1943







Apr
v1#5
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1944

Jan
v1#6
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Jun
v1#7
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Dec
v1#8
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1945



Feb
v1#9
fill


Apr
v2#1
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Jun

fill
Jul
v2#2
fill
Aug

fill
Sep

fill
Oct
v2#3
fill


Dec
v2#4
? vol
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Name changed to Expose Detective Cases
1946



Feb

fill


Apr
v3#1
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Nov
v3#2
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1947



Feb
v3#3
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May
v3#4
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Oct
v3#5
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1948

Jan
v3#6
images available


Mar

fill
Apr
v3#7
fill
May
v3#7
fill
Jun

fill


Aug
v3#8



Oct

fill
Nov
v3#9
fill




1949

Jan
images available


Mar

fill
Apr

fill
May

fill
Jun

fill
Jul

fill
Aug

fill
Sep

fill
Oct

fill
Nov

fill
Dec

fill


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