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Issue Details: First known date: 1949... vol. 3 no. 83 1949 of Famous Detective Stories est. 1946 Famous Detective Stories
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* Contents derived from the 1949 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Corpses and Candles, C. K. Thompson , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 5-16)
She Wanted to do Something Dangerous, Charles Kay , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 17-38)
Man of Affairs, F. J. Lynch , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 39-48)
The Hideous History of Sally Arsenic, Richard Singer , 1949 single work short story crime (p. 49-58)
The Obstinacy of Dr. McCrea, Allan Brennan , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 59-66)
The Doping of the Derby Favourite, Richard Singer , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 67-74)
Murder for a Motor Car, Frederick J. Christie , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 75-78)
The Sacrifice of the Death Bowl, Dulcie Deamer , 1949 single work short story crime (p. 79-88)
The Diamond Necklace, T M , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 89-94)
The Body Floated, W. C. Charnley , 1949-1948 single work short story crime (p. 95-123)
Murder Will Out, Chris B Lesands , 1949 single work short story crime
A police museum in Germany holds as an exhibit the skull of an elderly New Zealander. It is a grim reminder of a dastardly crime committed thousands of miles away. (PB)
(p. 124-130)

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