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.


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.