Black Mask Vol. 34, No. 3, May, 1950 [Volume XXXIV, Number III]


Edges rubbed with minimal loss, reinforced with clear tape inside wrappers. 1950 Trade Paperback. 129, [1] pp. A vintage issue of the popular and influential pulp magazine that catapulted the careers of writers such as Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler. Black Mask was also known for Rafael de Soto's iconic and colorful cover art. Includes: Glitter Street Nightmare by Robert C. Dennis; Murder is the Best Policy by Albert Simmons; A Kill for the Bride by Robert P. Toombs; Dead-End Darling by Dorothy Dunn; Homicide Honeymoon by Tedd Thomey; Always Leave 'Em Dying by Jim T. Pearce; The Random Kee-Whango by Rufe Bakal; The High Cost of Lying by John Bender; Court of Laughs by Harold Helfer; Fan Forum; Lifting the July Black Mask. Illustrations in text, ads precede and follow text.KEYWORDS: MYSTERY THRILLER DETECTIVE SHORT STORIES PULP MAGAZINES

Title: Black Mask Vol. 34, No. 3, May, 1950 [Volume XXXIV, Number III]

Author: Dennis, Robert C.; Simmons, Albert; Toombs, Robert P.; Dunn, Dorothy; Thomey, Tedd; Pearce, Jim T.; Bakal, Rufe; Bender, John; Helfer, Harold

Categories: Detective, Early Periodicals,

Publisher: Fictioneers, Inc. / Popular Publications, Inc.: 1950

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 2207280