Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Thrilling Mystery, March 1942
I don't think you can go wrong with this issue. The lead novel is by Norman Daniels, not one of my favorites but a prolific pulpster whose work was consistently good. He's backed up by stories from Henry Kuttner, Sam Merwin Jr. (my old MSMM editor), G.T. Fleming-Roberts (probably the best of the Secret Agent X authors), and Joseph J. Millard, better known as the dependable paperbacker Joe Millard. And when I'm in the right mood, I can't resist stories with titles like "The Murdering Ghosts" and "The Man With Two Heads".