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Kiss The Girls and Make Them Die

by Charles Runyon

In the sterile white corridors of a mental ward - and the unexplored passages of the mind - unfolds a novel of heart-clutching terror, with a cast of characters caught inextricably in its lurking mystery:

DAN...


Sin Doll

by Orrie Hitt

What makes a good girl go bad?

How are cute young girls induced to pose for off-color photographs? Why does a pretty miss allow herself to be used for illicit pictures? To give you the answers, this outspoken...


Woman Hunt

by Orrie Hitt

Cynthia was just what Bill Masters wanted - at first. But her opulent charms proved a lot more accessible than her equally lush bank account, and after all she would be worth a hundred thousand dollars to him...


Johnny Liddell's Morgue

by Frank Kane

A gorgeous gal with an insatiable appetite for love . . .

A gossip columnist who scooped the world with his own obituary . . .

An innocent young girl forced into a degrading racket . . .

Plus other assorted chacters...


Verdict Suspended

by Helen Nielsen

Intricacy, expertise, substance-all are here in this latest of Helen Nielsen's absorbing mysteries.

"Homicide, by person or persons unknown," was the judgment of the coroner's jury-but for Jaime Dodson, brother...


Armchair in Hell

by Henry Kane

When a lush brunette turns up unexpectedly dead in a stranger's bed, and an antique dealer (who is "mostly legit") settles down in an easy chair with a dagger in his back, and a big-time gambler drops all bets...


Don't Call Me Madame

by Henry Kane

The game of murder: it's not a pretty game. The players are weird. They don't fit in with normal people, sensible people - people who don't get a kick out of shoving in the knife, ripping through the flesh,...


The Pushbutton Butterfly

by Kin Platt

Max Roper is one of the new-fangled breed who includes murder in his arsenal of security activities. In The Pushbutton Butterfly, he has to track a missing girl through a myriad of fascinating, violent, and...


The Freeloaders

by Ed Lacy

They were grandstand observers, living the free and easy life:

Charley Martins, ex-pug turned remittance man, whose apartment was wired against intruders;

Pascale, 18, ash-blonde, better looking than Bardot, a...


The Silent Wall

by Peter Rabe

Matty Matthews has been to the town of Forza d'Aguil before. Stationed there with a small group of soldiers during WWII, it was here that Matty fell in love with Rosanna. It was a sweet, short-lived affair until...


One is a Lonely Number

by Bruce Elliott

After 4 years, 10 months, 11 days, Larry Camonille got outside and ran. He ran as far and as fast as he could on his one rotting lung-all that was left after the misery of dank prison walls.

He ran, but he didn't...


Tweak the Devil's Nose

by Richard Deming

It was just Manny Moon's luck - or misfortune - that he decided to dine at El Patio the evening the Lieutenant Governor was shot.


A House in Naples

by Peter Rabe

Charley has a sweet set-up in Naples. He and his partner Joe Lenken run a tight black-market operation. But tonight there is trouble and Charley is shot - and worse, he is recognized. Fleeing the police, he...


Dead Weight

by Frank Kane

He stood in the doorway to the kitchen, his arms above his head, his long, bony fingers curled like claws. His teeth were bared in a horrible fixed grin, his eyes stared unblinkingly. Two thin wires suspended...


Give the Girl a Gun

by Richard Deming

Manny Moon is back! (also published as Whistle Past the Graveyard)


Run For the Money

by Robert Colby

Barry Lunsford was down on his luck. He had no money, no girl and a lousy job. Then he found $300,000 in stolen cash. But his brief fling in paradise was shattered by the two vicious hoods who wanted the money...


Vein of Violence

by William Campbell Gault

Brock 'the Rock' Callahan might just be in over his head. Someone's killed one of the last of Hollywood's grand dames, and Callahan's hired to find out who and why.

The case takes Callahan right into the celluloid...


The Wayward Widow

by William Campbell Gault

Don't Mention Murder

It was a vulgar word in the swank millionaire town of San Valdesto. But knocking off a few citizens here and there seemed more than a grave social error to a tough-minded detective like Joe...


The Case of the Murdered Madame

by Henry Kane

A petulant blonde bombshell with a deadly taste for danger ...

A ham actor who stars dramatically in his own murder ...

A sharpshooting hoodlum who takes his killing casually ...

And a lady Greek philosopher...


The Return of Marvin Palaver

by Peter Rabe

Marvin Palaver dies at the worst possible moment in life, just when he is coming out even with his nemesis, fellow scrap seller Sidney Minsk. He is so close. The contract is signed and Sydney has just bought...