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PERIL PRESS presents: Speed Detective, August 1946 LATIN BLOOD by Robert Leslie Bellem Dan Turner got himself “engaged” to a girl he didn’t even know, in order to keep two jealous hambos from knifing each other—and the tough shamus’ reward for this bit of chivalry was to wake up finding a murder rap pinned on himself and the frame-up mounting in fury! 5200 Words Hollywoo PERIL PRESS presents: Speed Detective, August 1946 LATIN BLOOD by Robert Leslie Bellem Dan Turner got himself “engaged” to a girl he didn’t even know, in order to keep two jealous hambos from knifing each other—and the tough shamus’ reward for this bit of chivalry was to wake up finding a murder rap pinned on himself and the frame-up mounting in fury! 5200 Words Hollywood Detective, December 1945 RUBY RANSOM by Robert Leslie Bellem There was a butler who looked like Frankenstein, but wasn’t; there were a couple of old maids who wore funny-smelling perfume and had odd dispositions; there was an assortment of other odd characters. And most of all there was a comely corpse who was present and a set of valuable ruby rocks that were missing—and before Dan Turner reached the peak with this mob, he was missing part of his health! Chapter 2 Double-Cross Daniel Chapter 3 Lavender Lowdown 8000 Words Hollywood Detective, January 1944 FOCUS ON DEATH by Robert Leslie Bellem They were making a cowboy picture, and of course the Indians' arrows had all been blunted. Nevertheless it was an arrow with sharpened tip that came out of the welter of battle to kill the lovely star! 5000 Words Dan Turner—Hollywood Detective, March 1943 RUSSIAN RUN-AROUND by Robert Leslie Bellem Donaldson's crack had been meant as a joke, but the girl who overheard it wasn't in a joking mood. After that, it didn't matter what Dan Turner said. To her he was a Russian wife-deserter, and a bad actor. 6400 Words Dan Turner—Hollywood Detective, December 1942 MALIBU MESS by Robert Leslie Bellem Nothing can be so mixed up as a couple of scrambled Hollywood marriages—with everybody wanting to kill everybody else. Dan is on hand to prevent things going quite that far . . . 5600 Words Spicy Detective, September 1934 SLEEPING DOGS by Robert Leslie Bellem Follow Dan Turner, Hollywood's two-fisted detective, through a murderous tangle of love and intrigue among the film stars 4900 Words Hollywood Detective, December 1945 Dan Turner Hollywood Detective THE BOOK OF THE PHANTOM BULLET by Robert Leslie Bellem This movie ham named McBride acted the death scene very realistically—mostly because some sly sinister stinker had put a real bullet completely through his think-tank. And as foul luck would have it, Dan Turner was on the scene and having it demonstrated that the trigger-finger was quicker than his hawkshaw eye. From then on, Dan was busier than a confused dog in a flea circus . . . . Chapter 2 Long-gone Bullet Chapter 3 Suspects Supreme Chapter 4 No Modest Mayhem Chapter 5 Brawl for a Book 9600 Words Dan Turner—Hollywood Detective, May 1943 SHAKEDOWN SHAM by Robert Leslie Bellem “I think my wife is being blackmailed,” the guy opened up. And Dan agreed to protect the dame while she kept her secret tryst. It wasn't until after she'd kept her clandestine appointment that he had a real idea of how big a job he'd taken upon himself 5200 Words This edition includes all 20 sexy illustrations to these stories, plus the pulp covers for all 8 stories.


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PERIL PRESS presents: Speed Detective, August 1946 LATIN BLOOD by Robert Leslie Bellem Dan Turner got himself “engaged” to a girl he didn’t even know, in order to keep two jealous hambos from knifing each other—and the tough shamus’ reward for this bit of chivalry was to wake up finding a murder rap pinned on himself and the frame-up mounting in fury! 5200 Words Hollywoo PERIL PRESS presents: Speed Detective, August 1946 LATIN BLOOD by Robert Leslie Bellem Dan Turner got himself “engaged” to a girl he didn’t even know, in order to keep two jealous hambos from knifing each other—and the tough shamus’ reward for this bit of chivalry was to wake up finding a murder rap pinned on himself and the frame-up mounting in fury! 5200 Words Hollywood Detective, December 1945 RUBY RANSOM by Robert Leslie Bellem There was a butler who looked like Frankenstein, but wasn’t; there were a couple of old maids who wore funny-smelling perfume and had odd dispositions; there was an assortment of other odd characters. And most of all there was a comely corpse who was present and a set of valuable ruby rocks that were missing—and before Dan Turner reached the peak with this mob, he was missing part of his health! Chapter 2 Double-Cross Daniel Chapter 3 Lavender Lowdown 8000 Words Hollywood Detective, January 1944 FOCUS ON DEATH by Robert Leslie Bellem They were making a cowboy picture, and of course the Indians' arrows had all been blunted. Nevertheless it was an arrow with sharpened tip that came out of the welter of battle to kill the lovely star! 5000 Words Dan Turner—Hollywood Detective, March 1943 RUSSIAN RUN-AROUND by Robert Leslie Bellem Donaldson's crack had been meant as a joke, but the girl who overheard it wasn't in a joking mood. After that, it didn't matter what Dan Turner said. To her he was a Russian wife-deserter, and a bad actor. 6400 Words Dan Turner—Hollywood Detective, December 1942 MALIBU MESS by Robert Leslie Bellem Nothing can be so mixed up as a couple of scrambled Hollywood marriages—with everybody wanting to kill everybody else. Dan is on hand to prevent things going quite that far . . . 5600 Words Spicy Detective, September 1934 SLEEPING DOGS by Robert Leslie Bellem Follow Dan Turner, Hollywood's two-fisted detective, through a murderous tangle of love and intrigue among the film stars 4900 Words Hollywood Detective, December 1945 Dan Turner Hollywood Detective THE BOOK OF THE PHANTOM BULLET by Robert Leslie Bellem This movie ham named McBride acted the death scene very realistically—mostly because some sly sinister stinker had put a real bullet completely through his think-tank. And as foul luck would have it, Dan Turner was on the scene and having it demonstrated that the trigger-finger was quicker than his hawkshaw eye. From then on, Dan was busier than a confused dog in a flea circus . . . . Chapter 2 Long-gone Bullet Chapter 3 Suspects Supreme Chapter 4 No Modest Mayhem Chapter 5 Brawl for a Book 9600 Words Dan Turner—Hollywood Detective, May 1943 SHAKEDOWN SHAM by Robert Leslie Bellem “I think my wife is being blackmailed,” the guy opened up. And Dan agreed to protect the dame while she kept her secret tryst. It wasn't until after she'd kept her clandestine appointment that he had a real idea of how big a job he'd taken upon himself 5200 Words This edition includes all 20 sexy illustrations to these stories, plus the pulp covers for all 8 stories.

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