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Red Rogers in "The Hidden Gang"  via Curtis Warren Ltd, circa 1948-1949

Red Rogers in "The Hidden Gang" via Curtis Warren Ltd, circa

THE CINEMA CRIMES by John Creasey. Published by Pemberton, 1945. Thriller Novel Series # 5. British digest pulp crime novel. This is NOT a juvenile novel, despite what some websites list it as. Cover art: N. L. Book is a Richard Rollison "Toff" novel. First publication thus.

THE CINEMA CRIMES by John Creasey. Published by Pemberton, 1945. Thriller Novel Series # 5. British digest pulp crime novel. This is NOT a juvenile novel, despite what some websites list it as. Cover art: N. L. Book is a Richard Rollison "Toff" novel. First publication thus.

"This Dame Must Die" by Boyd Nolan (UK: Grays Inn Press) is really published by Edwin Self, circa 1952. One of the sexually best British covers ever, topping many by Reginald Heade , even !!!

"This Dame Must Die" by Boyd Nolan (UK: Grays Inn Press) is really published by Edwin Self, circa One of the sexually best British covers ever, topping many by Reginald Heade , even !

"SINFUL SISTERS" by Roland Vane, Heade cover art.  Vintage Pulp Fiction Paperback Book.  Pin-up Art.

"SINFUL SISTERS" by Roland Vane published by Archer Press (not the dirt common Kaye edition) with Heade cover art

"Swan Song for Paul" by Larry O'Brien.  1950's Vintage Pulp Fiction Paperback Book Cover Art.

"Swan Song for Paul" by Larry O'Brien via the publishers, World Distributors (WDL)

"Eastern Men, Chicago Women" by Griff (1951) #VintagePulp #Novel #Covers

"Eastern Men, Chicago Women" by Griff via Modern Fiction Ltd.

NIGHT HAUNTS OF BERLIN, HAMBURG & VIENNA by Roland Vane (alias of Ernest McKeag) published by the Federation Press (Gramol House) in 1927 as No. 28 in the series. Cover art by "L. F." An extremely rare digest-paperback, believed never to have been reprinted in later formats. Other books in the series as by Roland Vane include "Night Haunts of Paris" and "Passion's Plaything." As by Paul Renin, there was "Desert Nights," "The Brute," "Divorce," "The Siren," "Payment," and "London's Night…

NIGHT HAUNTS OF BERLIN, HAMBURG & VIENNA by Roland Vane (alias of Ernest McKeag) published by the Federation Press (Gramol House) in 1927 as No. 28 in the series. Cover art by "L. F." An extremely rare digest-paperback, believed never to have been reprinted in later formats. Other books in the series as by Roland Vane include "Night Haunts of Paris" and "Passion's Plaything." As by Paul Renin, there was "Desert Nights," "The Brute," "Divorce," "The Siren," "Payment," and "London's Night…

Red Rogers in "The Aeroplane Mystery" via Curtis Warren Ltd, circa 1948-1949

Red Rogers in "The Aeroplane Mystery" via Curtis Warren Ltd, circa

"Detective Crime Stories" by Lee Dexter via Curtis Warren Ltd, circa 1948-1949

"Detective Crime Stories" by Lee Dexter via Curtis Warren Ltd, circa

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