Manhunt No. 6 June 1953

Manhunt No. 6 June 1953

Manhunt Detective Story Monthly Vol. 1 No. 6 June 1953
Contents
Henry Kane “Far Cry” (Pete Chambers)
Evan Hunter “Small Homicide” art by J.Q. Farris
Charles Beckman, Jr. “Ybor City” art by R. Cossette
Manhunt’s Movie of the Month: The Hitch-Hiker
Richard Deming “The Loyal One”
Michael Fessier “The Faceless Man”
Vincent H. Gaddis: Crime Cavalcade
Harold Q. Masur “The Double Frame” (Scott Jordan)
Emmanuel Winters “The Caller” art by R. Cossette (flopped)
Richard S. Prather “Hot-Rock Rumble” (Shell Scott)
Hunt Collins “One Down” art by Tom O’Sullivan
Mugged and Printed: Henry Kane, Richard Deming, Evan Hunter, Richard S. Prather, Charles Beckman, Jr., and Michael Fessier
Every story opens with an illustration, mostly in two colors. Unsigned, unless noted.

Flying Eagle Publications, Inc,
Editor: John McCloud
Managing Editor: E.A. Tulman
Art Director: Chas. W. Adams
Business Manager: R.E. Decker
144 pages, 35¢

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