Dime Detective magazine was the flagship detective pulp in the Popular Publications stable, running for almost 300 issues over twenty years. The April 1932 issue contains stories by Frederick Nebel, Carroll John Daly, John Lawrence, and J. Allan Dunn, and includes appearances by series characters such as Cardigan and Vee “Crime Machine” Brown.
By Carroll John Daly, J. Allan Dunn, Frederick Nebel, John Lawrence, and Norman H. White, Jr.; illustrated by William Reusswig and John Fleming Gould
Contains the following stories:
- “The Fire Fiend” by J. Allan Dunn
- “The Call to Kill” by Carroll John Daly
- “The Scarlet Comet” by John Lawrence
- “Murder on the Loose” by Frederick Nebel
- “Buoy of Doom” by Norman H. White, Jr.