Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Short Stories, March 25, 1945
This is a great issue of a consistently fine pulp magazine. I read it several years ago. Start off with that striking cover by Lee Brown Coye. Even though it's lacking the usual SHORT STORIES red sun, I really like it. Inside, the lead story is a World War II yarn with a supernatural angle by H. Bedford-Jones, one of my favorites. You also get a sea adventure by Richard Howells Watkins, a mystery novelette by Day Keene, stories by Manly Wade Wellman and Giff Cheshire, part of a serial by William MacLeod Raine, and even a poem by S. Omar Barker. That's just a stellar line-up all the way around.