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Sci-fi Cover: ‘A Planet of Your Own’, by John Brunner, Cover art by Jack Gaughan, 1966

planet

Source: Sci-fi Covers

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‘World Without Men’: Ace D-274 Paperback Original, 1958, Cover Art by Ed Emsh

Ace D-274 Paperback Original (1958).  Cover Art by Ed Emsh


‘Rockets to Nowhere’, by Philip St. John

rockets-nowhere


Pulp Fiction Q: Which One?

the other one


Ace Double D-465: The Martian Missile by David Grinnell, 1960, Cover art attributed to Ed Valigursky

The Martian Missile

Source: Sci-fi Covers


‘The Last Planet’ (Star Rangers) Special Edition

last-planet


Pulp Fiction: ‘The Avenger’, September 1939 Issue, Cover Art by H.W. Scott

avenger

September 1939 issue

Cover art by H.W. Scott

Seattle Mystery Bookshop


Pulp Cover: ‘Castaway from Space’

castaway-space


Pulp Fiction: ‘Lady, That’s My Skull’

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‘Temptation and Shame in the Swampland’

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Pulp Fiction: ‘Nothing More Than Murder’

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1949 Harper hardcover

1991 Black Lizard paperback reissue

cover art by Kirwan

Seattle Mystery Bookshop


Front Page Detective: ‘My Price Is Murder”

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Pulp Fiction: ‘The Creature’

the-creature


Pulp Fiction: Murder by Latitude by Rufus King, Cover Art by Rudolph Belarski, 1950

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Rufus King, Murder by Latitude, 1950; cover art by Rudolph Belarski.

1930 Doubleday hardcover

3rd with Lt. Valcour

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

 


Pulp Fiction: ‘Triangle of Sin’

sin


Pulp Fiction: ‘I’ll Kill You Next!’ 1954

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Pulp Fiction Cover: ‘Die by Night’

die-by-night


‘A Creature of Uncontrollable Compulsions’

Liz

Liz


‘But Found This Octopus Instead!’

octo-treasure


‘Tagebuch eines Mörders’, John D. Carr

John-Carr


‘The Mechanical Monkey Murder’

monkeymurder

The Mechanical Monkey Murder


Pulp Fiction: ‘Hot Dames on Cold Slabs’

hot-dames


Pulp Cover: ‘Sailor’s Weekend’

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Source: Pulp Covers


Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’

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Vintage Book Cover: James Bond

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Pulp Fiction: ‘The Other One’

The-Ther-One

The Other One  Cover Art Bob Hilbert


Pulp Fiction: ‘Beloved Traitor’

Traitor

1950 published as Lady, Toll That Bell

1960 republished with this new title

Seattle Mystery Bookshop


‘The Widow Had Too Many Sweeties’

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The Widow Had Too Many Sweeties 


Pulp Fiction: ‘Night School’

night-school


Pulp Fiction: ‘The White Dress’, 1946

white-dress

1946 Random House hardcover, 1949 Bantam paperback reissue

Seattle Mystery Bookshop


Pulp Fiction: ‘Walk a Wicked Mile’

wicked-mile


Thrilling Wonder Stories: ‘The Faceless Men’

thrilling

The Faceless Men


‘Taxi Driver’: The Book

taxi-driver-book


POLICE REPORT: ‘All True Cases’, 1955

Police-Report-Magazine-Pulp


Rocket Stories, 1953

Rocket-Stories

Welcome, Voyagers 


Street & Smith’s Detective Story, 1938

danger


Pulp Fiction: ‘Super-Detective’

super-det

April 1942 issue


‘The Phantom in the Murder Machine’

phantom-detective


Pulp Fiction Book Cover: ‘Love is the Winner’ (Who Wins His Love) by Natalie Shipman

Love-winner

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Pulp Fiction: Cover illustration by H. L. Parkhurst for Spicy Mystery, June, 1935

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