Sunday, February 10, 2013

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Mystery Novels Magazine, May 1935


I don't know much about this pulp except that it ran for nine issues during the mid-Thirties. Nor do I know anything about the author of the lead novel, Stanley Hart Page. That sounds like a pseudonym to me, but since the Fictionmags Index has possible birth and death dates for him, maybe not. Wyatt Blassingame was a prolific pulpster, mostly in the Weird Menace magazines, and of course Leslie Charteris's Saint stories are some of my all-time favorites. MYSTERY NOVELS MAGAZINE isn't one of the top pulps, but it probably wasn't bad.

2 comments:

Walker Martin said...

For some reason pulp magazine collectors love hooded villains and heroes. Some type of old magazine fetish I guess.

Neil Waring’s –Western Ramblings said...

Stanley Hart Page - what a great name. Think this pulp would have been fun, too bad it went away so quickly.