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A Real Gone Guy

by Frank Kane

She called herself Denny Lyons ... and she was everything men dreamed of on long, lonely nights ...

She had it all, from the white-gold hair that framed her expensive face to the graceful, slender ankles-and...


A Shroud for Jesso

by Peter Rabe

Jack Jesso knows that Gluck wants him out of the syndicate. Still, when Gluck sends him on an errand to find a missing guy named Snell for a shady client of his, Johannes Kator, Jesso doesn't figure it to be...


Pushover

by Orrie Hitt

A girl had put brash Danny Fulton into business - and maybe a girl would put him out. Because the whole sweet sucker game depended on girls . . .

Like that cop's daughter, pretty Gloria, who dreamed up the big...


The Smasher

by Talmage Powell

A telephone rang - and Steve Griffin recognized the distant, terrified voice of his wife. ''He's trying to run me down with a car. He's trying to smash the life out of me, Steve.'' But who her pursuer was Maureen...


Bullet Proof

by Frank Kane

She was as pretty a mantrap as Liddell had ever set up. Five-feet-six. Black hair. One hundred and twenty-eight lusciously distributed pounds. Very, very nice . . .

Liddell looked at his watch. The rackets boss...


Fell Back

by M.E. Kerr

When a classmate at his exclusive private school falls to his death from a tower, seventeen-year-old John Fell is determined to find out whether the incident was suicide, accident, or murder.


Don't Rely on Gemini

by Vin Packer

It all started innocently enough in New York's Gramercy Park district. Archie Gamble, a Gemini, is writing a TV special on astrology under the expert but irritating tutelage of Anna Muckermann. The show's success...


Agreement to Kill

by Peter Rabe

Punching Dixon had gotten Jake Spinner thrown in jail, but now that he's out all he wants is a fresh start back on his farm. Suddenly Dixon is dead and Spinner is on the run, escaping town in the getaway car...


Don't Cry For Me

by William Campbell Gault

He was a heel . . . a blue-blood gone bad, a low-brow with class, a bum with an income. He liked low-slung cars and top-heavy girls, and he took his pleasure where he found it. He was the consort of bookies,...


Dark Don't Catch Me

by Vin Packer

Paradise, Georgia, USA where black and white have lived together, and in secret loved together for three hundred years; where the white man knows that the dark-skinned man is his blood brother and hates him...


Time to Prey

by Frank Kane

It wasn't his case . . . his girl . . . or his problem . . . but Johnny Liddell had a personal interest in this little caper.

He didn't ask to be the Feds' ''receiver'' on a pass of inside info on the smuggling...


The Young and Violent

by Vin Packer

Gober Gonzalves is the leader of a teenage gang known as the 'Kings of the Earth.' This week he is planning to rumble over a girl he no longer cares for. Red Eyes de Jarro is a member of the gang, as is Tea...


Kill Me a Fortune

by Robert Colby

For Ross Elliot the summer held no promise. With his teaching duties over until fall, he found himself facing boredom, with time on his hands. Which was why he didn't hesitate to involve himself in the affairs...


The Lady is a Lush

by Orrie Hitt

Why do pretty housewives like Amy Collins so often fall into that common trap - the afternoon hour at some bar? Do they drink because of loneliness, boredom with a society that offers too little to women? Or...


Anatomy of a Killer

by Peter Rabe

Sam Jordan never lets emotion interfere with his work. He is a precise and ruthless killing machine, dealing out death for hire. But his last job had ended wrong for Jordan, and now Sandy is sending him out...


In a Vanishing Room

by Robert Colby

''You asked my business,'' remarked Dasher, ''and I told you that I'm a trouble-shooter. I shoot trouble - with this.'' He waved the .45. ''And you're trouble. My client asked that you both be removed, and I'm...


Corpus Delectable

by Talmage Powell

Give her five minutes more, I thought . . .

More than an hour had passed since Jean Putnam's voice had promised on the phone that she would be there. As I started back to my office I gave a final look down the...


Million Dollar Tramp

by William Campbell Gault

The femme was fatal

She was rich, red-haired and ready for anything. Her name was Fidelia and she was a tempting bit of woman even without the three million dollars she was to inherit. Only wherever she went...


5:45 to Suburbia

by Vin Packer

There were two Charlie Gibsons

One rode the 5:45 to Westport and was met at the station by his charming wife who dressed in impeccable tweeds and mixed a wicked martini. He also had a long-legged, lovely daughter...


The Deadly Desire

by Robert Colby

There were seven of them, that white-hot summer at Malibu, with seven different deadly desires, each primed for explosion - and each focused on the destruction-hungry woman named Star Osborne.