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County Kill

by William Campbell Gault

Brock Callahan doesn't have many fans left from his glory days on the gridiron. As a matter of fact, Warren Temple Lund III may be the last one. So how can Callahan refuse his request for help? It doesn't matter...


The Kissing Gourami

by Kin Platt

Max Roper is compelled to use all of his resources to stay alive long enough to last through the mystery of The Kissing Gourami. What starts out a fairly simple and even downgrading assignment, quickly becomes...


Dead Hero

by William Campbell Gault

So it's come to this. Brock "the Rock" Callahan, former gridiron star turned private eye - peeping in bedroom windows. It's a dirty job, and not the kind Brock would normally take on. If he had a choice.

But...


Murder in the Raw

by William Campbell Gault

Stripped for Murder

She was a night club stripper, a black-haired, white-skinned beauty, an all-out performer few men could resist. When she came on, wolf whistles drowned out the music.

And she was the kind of...


Suburban Wife

by Orrie Hitt

The Fords, the Saxons, and the Ramseys were neighbors - just good friends.

But young Beth Ford was lonely and neglected . . .

Pretty Grace Saxon was sick of a husband who wouldn't give her what she needed . ....


Dolls and Dues

by Orrie Hitt

What kind of woman was Paul's wife? She was a company doll with a bankroll for a heart, and a body that denied a man nothing - except love!

What kind of man was Paul? He was a union boss, magnetic, handsome,...


Square in the Middle

by William Campbell Gault

She was sitting at the bar, and I could tell she was the kind of woman a married man shouldn't look at-even once.

But I thought I was safe enough-until the third martini. Then all of a sudden my wife and kids...


Shabby Street

by Orrie Hitt

A tough and lusty novel that moves with the white-heat of a lighting bolt!

Johnny Reagan quickly learned the slum's depraved rules for survival.

At six, he was a petty thief. At twelve, he was a procurer. At twenty-one,...


Benny Muscles In

by Peter Rabe

Benny Tapkow has worked as a crime boss Pendleton's chauffeur for seven years, but he's itching to get ahead. He feels like he serves a piece of the action, but Pendleton won't budge. So Benny strikes a deal...


Color Him Dead

by Charles Runyon

Terrified, she rolled over on the sand and sat up, not even trying to cover her body.

''Tell you what,'' the strange man said. ''We'll play a little game. You try to remember me and I'll tell you when you're...


Skulldoggery

by Fletcher Flora

Ten million dollars to be divided equitably among the departed Grandfather Hunter's remaining family, with a proviso being, in proper legal terms, that the entire ten million dollars was to be held in trust...


Body For Sale

by Richard Deming

Blackmail, sex and murder!

Tom Cavanaugh never quarreled about the means involved, just so long as the end was worth grabbing for. He was about to get fired when he blackmailed his boss into making him district...


A Short Bier

by Frank Kane

"Kiely of the Dispatch, Liddell. A reporter of mine, Larry Jansen, had been murdered. I want you to find the killer."

"Okay," Liddell sighed into the phone, replacing the receiver. He stared into the slanted...


The Delicate Darling

by Jack Webb

It started with a missing poet, a fire, and a half-strangled girl. But before it was over Sergeant Sammy Golden and his friend Father Shanley found themselves faced with the double headache of foreign intrigue...


Ladies' Man

by Orrie Hitt

Three girls and a man - that was the set-up. And it suited Nicky fine because he was the man! Of course, it took a bit of juggling. Alice for instance, just wanted love all the time. But Marie was after a little...


Blood on the Desert

by Peter Rabe

Anthony Wheeler didn't want the job. When Major Pitt called him into the London office, Wheeler was trying to track down his old mentor, Fairchild. It had been Fairchild who had pulled him into the business....


The Prettiest Girl I Ever Killed

by Charles Runyon

Accidents happen, but the town of Sherman seems to have more than its fair share of the fatal kind. Someone falls into a well, another drowns, another is killed by an exploding stove. Curt Friedland comes back...


Sheba

by Orrie Hitt

Sheba - that was her real name - looked innocent as a lamb and twice as cuddly. She happened to be a she-wolf in sheep's clothing. A saleswoman, that is - who used her retching femininity to move merchandise....


The Promoter

by Orrie Hitt

At first it was just for fun - amateur stuff. It did no harm to anybody, except maybe one or two innocent young kids in a cellar club, kids like Marilyn Wentworth . . .

But then Al Robbins began to put things...


Martinis and Murder

by Henry Kane

A leggy torch singer of bawdy ballads with an eye-opening dance routine to match . . .

A lady jewelry designer with an exclusive - deadly - clientele . . .

A sweet young bride with a drawerful of illicit letters...