The Weird Crime MEGAPACK ®

The Weird Crime MEGAPACK ® Here For Your Reading Delectation Are Outre Tales Of Crime Since History Has Proven That There Is Nothing Unusual Or Unexpected About The Human Or Inhuman Drive To Break The Law, It Should Come As No Surprise That The Weird, The Strange, The Supernatural, And The Just Plain Odd Often, In Fictional Form, Manifest Themselves Allayed To The Criminal Element Included Are THE WINDOW OF HORRORS, By HL MenckenTHE FOOTSTEPS ON THE STAIRS, By William J WintleTHE R LE OF THE WEIRD, By Tom WorthTHE HAUNTED BURGLAR, By WC MorrowVALLEY OF THE STORM KING, By Joseph J MillardTHE MAN IN THE MIRROR, By Lillian B HuntSATAN S FACELESS HENCHMEN, By Steve FisherBAT MAN, By Victor RousseauDOUBLE IN DEATH, By Gerald VanceCYANIDE AND OLD LACE, By Emil PetajaTHE HOUSE OF FIRE, By Robert Moore WilliamsTHE MAN WHO LOST HIS HEAD, By Thomas BurkeDEATH S BRIGHT HALO, By Robert Leslie BellemFINISHED BY HAND, By HB HickeyTHE COUNTERFEITER, By Robert Moore WilliamsTHE ADVENTURE OF GOSNELL, By George T WetzellMONKEY ON HIS BACK, By Charles V De VetAGREE OR DIE, By Rufus KingDEATH OVER CHICAGO, By Robert Moore WilliamsHOPE CHEST, By Talmage PowellTUNE ME IN, By Fletcher FloraGRAMP, By Charles V De VetPOISON PEN, By George T WetzelYOU KNOW WILLIE, By Theodore R CogswellTHE ULTIMATE PREY, By Talmage PowellIf You Enjoy This Ebook, Don T Forget To Search Your Favorite Ebook Store For Wildside Press Megapack To See Of The Volumes In This Series, Covering Adventure, Historical Fiction, Mysteries, Westerns, Ghost Stories, Science Fiction And Much, Much

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  • 01 May 2017

10 thoughts on “The Weird Crime MEGAPACK ®

  1. says:

    This is a cool grouping of pulp pieces I didn t like every one, but there were many I did a lot My favorite is Gramp by Charles V De Vet If magazine, 1962 I plan to read of De Vet s work I also loved The House of Fire by Robert Moore Williams Fantastic Adventures, 1942 That one is great fast moving fun, going from a supernatural mystery to military espionage and ending up full blown outer space sci fi The Fletcher Flora story, Tune Me In Alfred Hitchcock s Mystery Magazine, 1960 , also stood out Really, there were too many terrific things to mention them all.

  2. says:

    Stories apparently written by a selection of horny fourteen year old boys.

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