Sunday, August 19, 2012

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".


Adventuresfantastic said...

What's the Kuttner story in this one, James?

James Reasoner said...

It's "The Burning Corpse". I don't know if it's ever been reprinted.