Rex Parker

seattlemysterybooks:

dirtyriver:

Black Mask, July 1944

stories included:
~ W.T. Ballard, “Sing for Your Slaughter”, 42nd of 43 stories in BM
~ Dale Clark, “Slay on Sight”, 17th of 28 with house dick Mike O’Hanna story, at San Alpa Resort hotel, 20th of 32 stories in BM
~ Carroll John Daly, “Murder Theme”, WWII intrigue with Farrington, last of 71 appearances in BM
~ Ennen Reaves Hall, “Dead Men Don’t Ask Questions”, ‘Ed Fellows, construction worker’, author’s only story in BM
~ Julius Long, “Merely Murder”, 1st of 17 stories with ‘Ben Corbett, D.A.’s chief investigator, 1st -person narrator’, reprinted in The Black Lizard Big Book of Black Mask Stories (Vintage, 2010), 6th of 23 stories in BM
~ Cornell Woolrich, “Picture Frame”, ‘Hollywood; excepting reprints, CW’s final appearance in BM’, 22nd of 24 (22 original) stories to appear in BM
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybooks:

dirtyriver:

Black Mask, July 1944

stories included:

~ W.T. Ballard, “Sing for Your Slaughter”, 42nd of 43 stories in BM

~ Dale Clark, “Slay on Sight”, 17th of 28 with house dick Mike O’Hanna story, at San Alpa Resort hotel, 20th of 32 stories in BM

~ Carroll John Daly, “Murder Theme”, WWII intrigue with Farrington, last of 71 appearances in BM

~ Ennen Reaves Hall, “Dead Men Don’t Ask Questions”, ‘Ed Fellows, construction worker’, author’s only story in BM

~ Julius Long, “Merely Murder”, 1st of 17 stories with ‘Ben Corbett, D.A.’s chief investigator, 1st -person narrator’, reprinted in The Black Lizard Big Book of Black Mask Stories (Vintage, 2010), 6th of 23 stories in BM

~ Cornell Woolrich, “Picture Frame”, ‘Hollywood; excepting reprints, CW’s final appearance in BM’, 22nd of 24 (22 original) stories to appear in BM

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

MidF229 on Flickr.
Pucker up

MidF229 on Flickr.

Pucker up

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seattlemysterybooks:

captainahabsrarebooks:

February 1930 issue of BLACK MASK

stories included:
~ Ramon Decolta (Raoul Whitfield), “West of Guam”, 1st of 24 Jo Gar stories in BM, reprinted in West of Guam: The Complete Cases of Jo Bar (Altus Press, 2013)
~ Dashiell Hammett, “The Farewell Murder”, the Op [21st of 22], 40th of 45 stories in BM
~ Nels Leroy Jorgensen, “Black Burton Hits Back”, 11th of 32 with Stuart “Black” Burton, ‘square-shooting gambler from the Southwest, often entangled with the law’, 15th of 39 stories in BM
~ W.H.B. Kent, “Framing the Killer”, 5th of 6 Westerns with Killer Blake, deputy sheriff & agent of the Stock Association 
~ Hapsburg Liebe, “The Regeneration of John Carter”, Western, 2nd of 4 stories in BM
~ Frederick L. Nebel, “Alley Rat”, 9th of 37 with Captain Steve MacBride and local reporter Kennedy, reprinted in Winter Kill: Complete Cases of MacBride & Kenney, v.1 (Altus, 2013), 21 of 67 stories in BM
~ Henry Wallace Phillips, “Just a Canter”, 5th of 8 with Red Saunders, 9th of 12 stories in BM
~ Earl and Marion Scott, “Seven Glass Beads”, 5th of 6 stories with ‘Cameo Kirby, reformed jewel thief’, ‘Kirby & Wah Foo Wah, Chinese murderer’, 11th of 17 stories in BM as a couple
~ Raoul [Fauconnier] Whitfield, “Green Ice”, ‘Mal Ourney; part 3 (of 5), ‘The Crime Breeders’, presented as separate stories rather than conventional serial’, published in hardcover in 1930 by Knopf as Green Ice, 37th of 67 stories in BM [see also 24 stories as Ramon Decolta]
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybooks:

captainahabsrarebooks:

February 1930 issue of BLACK MASK

stories included:

~ Ramon Decolta (Raoul Whitfield), “West of Guam”, 1st of 24 Jo Gar stories in BM, reprinted in West of Guam: The Complete Cases of Jo Bar (Altus Press, 2013)

~ Dashiell Hammett, “The Farewell Murder”, the Op [21st of 22], 40th of 45 stories in BM

~ Nels Leroy Jorgensen, “Black Burton Hits Back”, 11th of 32 with Stuart “Black” Burton, ‘square-shooting gambler from the Southwest, often entangled with the law’, 15th of 39 stories in BM

~ W.H.B. Kent, “Framing the Killer”, 5th of 6 Westerns with Killer Blake, deputy sheriff & agent of the Stock Association

~ Hapsburg Liebe, “The Regeneration of John Carter”, Western, 2nd of 4 stories in BM

~ Frederick L. Nebel, “Alley Rat”, 9th of 37 with Captain Steve MacBride and local reporter Kennedy, reprinted in Winter Kill: Complete Cases of MacBride & Kenney, v.1 (Altus, 2013), 21 of 67 stories in BM

~ Henry Wallace Phillips, “Just a Canter”, 5th of 8 with Red Saunders, 9th of 12 stories in BM

~ Earl and Marion Scott, “Seven Glass Beads”, 5th of 6 stories with ‘Cameo Kirby, reformed jewel thief’, ‘Kirby & Wah Foo Wah, Chinese murderer’, 11th of 17 stories in BM as a couple

~ Raoul [Fauconnier] Whitfield, “Green Ice”, ‘Mal Ourney; part 3 (of 5), ‘The Crime Breeders’, presented as separate stories rather than conventional serial’, published in hardcover in 1930 by Knopf as Green Ice, 37th of 67 stories in BM [see also 24 stories as Ramon Decolta]

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

GM1849 on Flickr.
Nice kitty

GM1849 on Flickr.

Nice kitty

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Paul Reubens (from Spin, Sep. ‘87)

Paul Reubens (from Spin, Sep. ‘87)

PyrG478 on Flickr.
Somebody

PyrG478 on Flickr.

Somebody

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Dell208 on Flickr.
Michelin Man Need Blooooood

Dell208 on Flickr.

Michelin Man Need Blooooood

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Sig2116 on Flickr.
Dirty books

Sig2116 on Flickr.

Dirty books

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hollyhocksandtulips:

NYC diner, 1962
Photo by Joel Meyerowitz

hollyhocksandtulips:

NYC diner, 1962

Photo by Joel Meyerowitz

Lion25 on Flickr.
Put this in your pipe

Lion25 on Flickr.

Put this in your pipe

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