Vol. XVIII, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by William J. Flynn. Cover art is uncredited for "Crimsoned Millions" (pt. 1 of 4) by John Willoughby. Includes "A Noble Scoundrel" (article) by Casselton Doones; "Trimming a Bank" (short fact story); "Something New in Vanities" (novelette) by Victor Maxwell; "The Clew of the Dog" (special article) by Charles Somerville; "Spider's Tavern" (pt. 2 of 4) by Mansfield Scott; "The Lion Party" by H. C. Bailey; "Big Ed Enlists a Recruit" by Paul Taylor; "Mrs. Ching Goes A-Pirating" (special article) by Joseph Gallomb; "Trapped" by Walter Archer Frost; "A Naughty Little Milliner" (special article) by Col. H. C. Whitley; "Honors Even" by Roger Daniels; "Solving Cipher Secrets" (Special Feature) by M. E. Ohaver. Illustrations uncredited (F. M. Follett? and others). Covers glued on at hinges with minor losses; small losses at edges here and there. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Flynn's Weekly DETECTIVE FICTION: October, ...
Publisher: Red Star News Co.
Publication Date: 1926
Book Condition: Good to Very Good-
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