Dime Detective magazine was the flagship detective pulp in the Popular Publications stable, running for almost 300 issues over twenty years. The fourth issue contains stories by T.T. Flynn, Frederick Nebel, Carroll John Daly, Edward Parrish Ware, and J. Allan Dunn, and includes an additional appearance by Nebel’s character, Cardigan as well as by Carroll John Daly’s Vee “Crime Machine” Brown.
By T.T. Flynn, Carroll John Daly, Edward Parrish Ware, Frederick Nebel, and J. Allan Dunn; illustrated by William Reusswig, Amos Sewell and John Fleming Gould
Contains the following stories:
- “Faces in the Fog” by T.T. Flynn
- “The Sixth Bullet” by Carroll John Daly
- “The Masked Moccasin” by Edward Parrish Ware
- “And There Was Murder” by Frederick Nebel
- “Horror House” by J. Allan Dunn