The Argosy Library: Series 11 (Ten Book Set)
This specially-priced set includes all ten books in Series 11 of The Argosy Library:
- The Phantom in the Rainbow by Slater LaMaster
- Threads of Evidence: The Complete Cases of Riordan, Volume 1 by Victor Maxwell
- Masters of Darkness by Murray Leinster
- Lies at Any Price: The Complete Cases of Gillian Hazeltine, Volume 1 by George F. Worts
- He Rules Who Can by Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur
- The House of the Ego: The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, Volume 3 by J.U. Giesy and Junius B. Smith
- Death to a Tenor by Fred MacIsaac
- Murder’s Masquerade: The Complete Cases of Mike & Trixie, Volume 1 by T.T. Flynn
- The Land of Limping Law: The Complete Cases of Calhoun, Volume 1 by Edward Parrish Ware
- Cocked Dice: The Complete Cases of Daffy Dill, Volume 1 by Richard B. Sale
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Lies at Any Price: The Complete Cases of Gillian Hazeltine, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)
Long considered the prototype of Erle Stanley Gardner’s fictional attorney, Perry Mason, Gillian Hazeltine was the most popular criminal attorney/investigator series characters from the golden era of the pulps. Author George F. Worts is known for his adventure characters Peter the Brazen and Singapore Sammy, but Gillian Hazeltine was his longest-running series, clocking in at nearly 30 courtroom adventures. This edition collects Hazeltine’s first three cases: “Lies at Any Price,” “The Love Bandit,” and “Who Did Kill Ezra Klagg?”
Blood on the Curb
Joseph T. Shaw, the editor of Black Mask Magazine, has written one of the most exciting adventure mysteries of 1936.
Blood on the Curb is the dramatic story of the New York Police Department’s bloody battle to wipe out the famous “Black Hand” gang which terrorized the Lower East Side.
Newly-recruited Paul Cardine is placed in charge of a special squad of officers—all of Italian decent—to find the man at the top of what appears to be a consolidated conglomerate of crime families.
Never before reprinted, Blood on the Curb is one of Shaw’s rarest hardcovers, and it contains all the hallmarks of his hard-boiled novels that saw publication in Black Mask Magazine.