The Cult Murders (The Argosy Library)
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The Cult Murders (The Argosy Library)

Murder in the horoscope: two men’s strange plot against all women takes an ugly turn when murder intrudes. First appearance in book form.

Leonard Cline (1893–1929) was praised by H.P. Lovecraft for his work, The Dark Chamber (1927), calling it “high in artistic stature.” Written in 1929 while serving a sentence for manslaughter, “The Cult Murders” is one of Cline’s two novels written for Detective Fiction Weekly under his pseudonym, Alan Forsyth.

The Argosy Library #50

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Murder in the horoscope: two men’s strange plot against all women takes an ugly turn when murder intrudes. First appearance in book form. Leonard Cline (1893–1929) was praised by H.P. Lovecraft for his work, The Dark Chamber (1927), calling it “high in artistic stature.” Written in 1929 while serving a sentence for manslaughter, “The Cult Murders” is one of Cline’s two novels written for Detective Fiction Weekly under his pseudonym, Alan Forsyth.

The Argosy Library #50

Dimensions

6" x 9"

Pages

176

Publication Date

November 30, 2019

Author

Alan Forsyth,

Leonard Cline

Publisher

Steeger

Series

The Argosy Library

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