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This Game of Murder

by Richard Deming

Betty Case opened her eyes, fear gripping her. She lay very still for a moment, listening. Then she heard the sound again, like someone walking on the roof.

Instantly she thought of the cat burglar, who'd been...


Death of a Dastard

by Henry Kane

Jason Touraine was irresistible to dissatisfied wives, lonely women, and roving females on the make. He had innocent eyes, an athlete's body . . . and a tape recorder fashioned to look like a busy man's attaché...


The Thrill Kids

by Vin Packer

The Lesson - According to Kicks . . .

Heine pointed the knife at her. ''O.K., Lady Godiva, take off the blouse.''

She stood motionless, unable to answer or move.

''Go ahead,'' Heine said. ''Take that piece-of-nothing...


The Quaking Widow

by Robert Colby

Her fortune was the price on her head

Burt Keating had been trying to make the acquaintance of his pretty red-headed neighbor, but he wasn't getting very far - until the day she escaped from a strange roadside...


The Killer is Mine

by Talmage Powell

The dirtiest killer of the year was the man private investigator Ed Rivers had to save from the chair.

Wally Tulman, Florida socialite, had been convicted of molesting and murdering a young girl.

Tulman's lovely...


Game of Survival

by Marijane Meaker

A broken cable, a useless speaker, darkness. Five frightened people huddled in a crippled elevator about to take its final plunge. And the old games are played out.

A novel of shattering human revelation. It...


Start Screaming Murder

by Talmage Powell

My name is Ed Rivers.

I live in Tampa, Florida, where I work as a private cop. I'm six feet tall, weigh in at about one ninety, and am forty years old.

When I look in the mirror I see a heavy, bearish face, dark-tanned...


The Evil Friendship

by Vin Packer

An exhilarating story from the author who mainstreamed lesbian pulp fiction

The moment of truth...

Mary Drew knelt down on the rug. She leaned forward, her mouth within an inch of Martha's.

"l love you," she...


Murder Me for Nickels

by Peter Rabe

Waler Lippit makes music all over town. He owns the juke boxes that play the tunes that keep the bars and the diners hopping. Jack St. Louis works for Lippit, smoothing the customers and keeping the nickels...


Calamity Fair

by Wade Miller

When private investigator Max Thursday is asked to recover some gambling IOUs for a mysterious woman, he stumbles into a vicious blackmail ring. The Frame-up involves compromising photographs used as weapons...


The Anatomy of Violence

by Charles Runyon

The day Laura Crewes was named the town's Beauty Queen was also the day she was seized, blindfolded and cruelly violated. Only the fact that she never saw her violator's face saved her life.

But the fiend didn't...


The Box

by Peter Rabe

Quinn thought he had all the angles figured. After all, taking over the Organization should be a piece of cake for such a smart guy. But what he didn't figure was that boss Ryder would stuff him in a large crate...


Fell

by M.E. Kerr

John Fell loves his family and gourmet cooking, and feels appropriately tormented by Keats, his rich girlfriend from the right side of the tracks. A normal life - normal, that is, until he meets Woodrow Pingree...


The Hare in March

by Vin Packer

A MURDER BEGINS AND ENDS this story of scandal and tragedy in a college town. You'll meet some memorable characters here - most of them hair-raising - as novelist Vin Packer spins out a sinister excursion with...


The Brass Bed

by Fletcher Flora

She was everything, and most of all she was the earth's most tempting woman in a way that was peculiarly her own . . . but I could hear her rich, provocative voice saying softly that everything would be so very...


The Gallows in My Garden

by Richard Deming

''The gallows in my garden, people say,

Is new and neat and adequately tall.

I tie the noose on in a knowing way

As one that knots his necktie for a ball;

But just as all the neighbors . . . on the wail . . .

Are...


Red Hot Ice

by Frank Kane

A case of corpses.

They piled up so fast that private eye Johnny Liddell figured he was ahead if he found them while they were still warm.

It started when he was hired as a baby-sitter to a wildcat. She was blonde...


The Bloody Bokhara

by William Campbell Gault

Lee Kaprelian, the son of an Armenian rug merchant, unwittingly gets involved into a murder plot by a woman no less beautiful than she is mysterious.


The Damnation of Adam Blessing

by Vin Packer

It is the story of the strange, private world built by a man of many faces and as many distorted passions, and of the women who dared enter that world.


The Twisted Ones

by Vin Packer

WHY DID THEY KILL?

These were nice kids, model kids. They didn't wear leather jackets and roam the streets in "wolf packs"; they didn't steal and mug for dope. For kids, they were well mannered and quiet. They...