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pulpcovers: “ Murder Of A Nymph ” joint pseudonym of Margo Goyder and Anne Neville Goyder Joske series with Sydney police Insp. Grogan 1949 Bles hardcover in Australia,

vintage pulp fiction This copy of Poison in Jest by John Dickson Carr was published in 1951.

vintage pulp fiction This copy of Poison in Jest by John Dickson Carr was published in 1951.

Pulp cover art by Rafael Desoto, woman dame captive hostage kidnap grasp grab gagged man hoodlum telephone phone danger

Pulp cover art by Rafael Desoto, woman dame captive hostage kidnap grasp grab gagged man hoodlum telephone phone danger

Murder in the New York Public Library amongst the books. Death Walks in Marble Halls (1951). Lawrence G. Blochman. Dell Book # 19 [Pamphlet].  The tale opens with a threat on the life of a library trustee, a threat that may or may not be closely linked with the killing that follows. There are many references to books and literary quotes in the story. Even apparently casual references often light up Blochman interests: words in a card catalogue.

Murder in the New York Public Library amongst the books. Death Walks in Marble Halls (1951). Lawrence G. Blochman. Dell Book # 19 [Pamphlet]. The tale opens with a threat on the life of a library trustee, a threat that may or may not be closely linked with the killing that follows. There are many references to books and literary quotes in the story. Even apparently casual references often light up Blochman interests: words in a card catalogue.

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