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True Crime Detective Spring 1942

True Crime Detective Spring 1942

“There’s nothing I like better than a good story well told with a flavor of surprise and suspense. That’s the reason I pick up True Crime Detective.”
Lauritz Melchior, world-famous tenor

True Crime Detective Vol. 2 No. 2 Spring 1952
Contents Page
Benjamin Bennett “Life and Death of Bubbles Schroeder”
Joseph Catton “Secret Story of Winnie Ruth Judd”
Pierre Perchard “Curiosity Kills a Cop”
Here’s the Answer (readers’ crime-related Q&A)
Edward D. Radin “Homemade Murder”
Bob Patterson “Unfinished Business”
Joseph Gollomb “Nemesis in Texas”
Stuart Palmer “The Dandy and the Squire”
M.R. Kelly “Case of the Quiet Coed”

Publisher: Lawrence E. Spivak
Editor: Edward D. Radin
Managing Editor: Robert P. Mills
General Manager: Joseph W. Ferman
Art Director: George Salter
Cover: Dirone Photography
5.5” x 7.75” 128 pages 35¢

True Crime Detective Winter 1942

True Crime Detective Winter 1942

“Here he [J. Edgar Hoover] tells the almost unknown story of Kathryn Kelly, under whose evil guidance her husband, Machine-gun Kelly, rose to eminence in the criminal world. Mr. Hoover omits one interesting detail. It was while Machine-gun Kelly was seeking to escape the noose being closed about him by Hoover, that he coined the phrase by FBI Agents have since been known—G-Men.”

True Crime Detective Vol. 2 No. 1 Winter 1952
Contents Page
Irving Gitlin “Mr. Big and the Waterfront”
J. Edgar Hoover “Woman Behind the Crime”
Edward D. Radin “The Killer Who Wasn’t There”
Patrick Quentin “Last of Mrs. Maybrick”
Dorothy D. Doyle “Portrait of the Monster as a Young Man”
Jackson Hite “The Invisible Cord”
Richard W. Fredericks “Body Under the Couch”
Arthur Train “The ‘Due de Nevers’”
Rex Ainsworth’s Here’s the Answer: “Case of the Severed Hand”

Publisher: Lawrence E. Spivak
Editor: Edward D. Radin
Managing Editor: Robert P. Mills
General Manager: Joseph W. Ferman
Art Director: George Salter
Cover: Dirone Photography
5.5” x 7.75” 128 pages 35¢

True Crime Detective No. 4

True Crime Detective No. 4

“For a long time I wished for a magazine that would present true crime cases in a straightforward, exciting way—without sensationlism and trick photography. When True Crime Detective came along I had my wish!”
Ralph Bellamy, noted stage and screen actor

True Crime Detective, The Magazine of True Crime Cases Vol. 1 No. 4 October 1951
Contents
Dr. Richard H. Hoffmann as told to Will Oursler “The Untold Story of Martha”
Walter Winchell “Behind Lepke’s Surrender”
Henry Jordan “Paris Dead End”
Rupert Hughes “Murder Solves a Murder”
Ray Brennan “Somebody Knows”
Edward D. Radin “Locked-Room Rendeszvous”
Manly Wade Wellman “Bender’s Orchard”
Courtney Riley Cooper “Spawn of Shoebox Annie”
W.T. Brannon “Mr. Con Man”
John Bartlow Martin “The Ring and the Conscience”

Publisher: Lawrence E. Spivak
Editor: Edward D. Radin
Managing Editor: Robert P. Mills
General Manager: Joseph W. Ferman
Art Director: George Salter
5.5” x 7.75” 128 pages 35¢

Detective No. 3

Detective No. 3

Detective, the Magazine of True Crime Cases Vol. 1 No. 3 July 1951
Contents
Rex Ainsworth “Stranger in the House”
Anthony Abbot “The Vanishing Heart”
Alvin F. Harlow “A Shot Through the Window”
Edward D. Radin “Death on Mount Torment”
Will Oursler “Ocey and the Ladies in Black”
Courtney Ryley Cooper “The Unseen Web”
Maurice Zolotow “The Mindreader and the Autopsy”
Herbert Asbury “The Monster of Sixty-third Street”
Edward S. Sullivan “Assignment: The Black-Hooded Cult”
Meyer Berger “9 A.M. on River Road”

Publisher: Lawrence E. Spivak
Editor: Edward D. Radin
Managing Editor: Robert P. Mills
General Manager: Joseph W. Ferman
Cover: Dirone Photography
5.5” x 7.75” 128 pages 35¢

Detective No. 2

Detective No. 2

“Stories” changed to “Cases” in this issue’s full title:
Detective: The Magazine of True Crime Cases Vol. 1 No. 2 Spring 1951
Contents
Stuart Palmer “Fancy Nancy’s Secret”
Allan R.Bosworth “The Laughing Killer of the Woodside Glens”
Burton Rascoe “The Affair of Mr. X”
William T. Brannon “The Curse at Christmas”
Mary Sullivan “The Rosenthal Case”
M.R. Kelly “American’s Jack-the-Ripper”
Edward D. Radin “Murder by Conscience”
James Thurber “A Sort of Genius”
Stewart H. Holbrook “Dead Man’s Bounty”
William Roughead “Malice Domestic”
Don Pancho Vega “One Morning in Ecuador”

Publisher: Lawrence E. Spivak
Editor: Edward D. Radin
Managing Editor: Robert P. Mills
General Manager: Joseph W. Ferman
Art Director: George Salter
Cover: Sid Rosenbaum
5.5” x 7.75” 126 pages 35¢

Detective No. 2 back cover

Detective No. 1

Detective: Magazine of True Crime Stories Vol. 1 No. 1

Detective: Magazine of True Crime Stories Vol. 1 No. 1 Winter 1951
Contents
Lawrence E. Spivak’s Introduction
Eleazar Lipsky “The Shield of the Innocent”
Craig Rice “Murder in Chicago”
Jackson Hite “The Orange Daniel Webster”
Edmund Pearson “Malloy the Mighty”
Laurence Dwight Smith “Incredible Dr. Brandenburg”
Lillian de la Torre “The First Locked Room”
Lewis E. Lawes “The Rose Man”
Edward Hale Bierstadt “Death Draws a Triangle”
Edward D. Radin “It Happened in Flushing”

Publisher: Lawrence E. Spivak
Editor: Edward D. Radin
Managing Editor: Robert P. Mills
General Manager: Joseph W. Ferman
Art Director: George Salter
Cover: Sid Rosenbaum
5.5” x 7.75” 128 pages 35¢

Detective: Magazine of True Crime Stories Vol. 1 No. 1 back cover