Duane W. Rimel (1915-1996) was an American poet and an author. He published not only under his own name, but the pseudonym "Rex Weldon." His friend and mentor H.P. Lovecraft helped him write his first fantastic stories and poems in the 1930s. After Lovecraft's death, Rimel published four noir crime novels, all of which are collected here: THE JURY IS OUT MOTIVE FOR MURDER THE CURSE... [click here for more]
The Craig Kennedy Scientific Detective Megapack collects 25 novels and stories.
14 are Craig Kennedy tales, plus there is 1 additional story from the same author and 10 by contemporaries of Arthur B. Reeve. They all share the same spirit of detection.
INTRODUCTION: ABOUT ARTHUR B. REEVE AND HIS CRAIG KENNEDY STORIES THE SILENT BULLET, by Arthur B. Reeve THE WAR TERROR, by Arthur... [click here for more]
The Hardboiled Mystery MEGAPACK presents 4 classic crime novels from the era when hardboiled detectives ruled the American newsstands. Included are:
The Hollow Man, by John Roeburt (1954) Model for Murder, by Stephen Marlowe (1955) Blonde Bait, by Ed Lacy (1959) Beauty Can Kill, by Michael McCretton (1962)
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A look at Sherlock Holmes in his retirement years as a reporter is curious about the whisperings at the University of a mysterious man rumored to be exploring and examining corpses in the dead of night. If it isn’t related to a crime, what could he possibly be searching for? The Retired Detective hints as that.
The lead story is joined by a shorter tale by the same creative team as Sherlock Holmes... [click here for more]
Dedicated to the men and women of Law Enforcement
Each day the men and women of law enforcement embark on their patrols never knowing what the day will bring.
Each day is a struggle with people who do not understand the duties and responsibilities of a Police Officer.
Each day is fraught with boredom punctuated by sheer terror, yet they must remain calm in the face of danger.
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