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Crime

    • original Death and the Golden Image
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      David Littleton discovers Gold is a cure for cancer. Can the vast quantity of gold required be withdrawn from the bank vaults? The Money Masters - the great international financiers - fight to defeat Sir James Spooner, a champion of monetary reform. Design depiction of what they did to unscrupulous bankers back in the day. Circa 1936. Artist: Unknown.

    • original Fourth Degree
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      A truth drug is used as a method of modern crime detection. It is used after the brutal murder of the beautiful 'Sunny' Paige who is found hanging from a chandelier in her own room. Controversial and graphic design. Circa 1931. Artist: Unknown.

    • original Halfway Horror
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      A story of the men and women who inhabit London's underworld. Living their days in the twilight world of crime. Flitting among them with the speed of an eagle is the thrillers hero Mick Cardby. Circa 1937. Artist: Unknown.

    • original Murder in the Bank
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      Lessinger the smiling gentleman crook plans to rob the strong room of a bank, before he becomes involved in a murder. Who killed Eric Muller the bank manager with a secret past? What did Lessinger take before he escaped? Ever-welcome Superintendent McGoorty of Scotland Yard intends to find out. Circa 1936. Artist: Abbey.

    • original Naked Murder
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      The headless naked body of a woman found at the apartment of artist Laurence Vane is identified as his wife, a noted beauty and drug addict. When he is embroiled in another murder it is down to Cyrus K Mantel, the famous criminologist to clear his name and reveal the startling truth. Risky and erotic Art Deco design. Circa 1936. Artist: Bip Pares.

    • original Pink Silk Alibi
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      Why did the lovely Paula Fentiman scream the night Gordon Murrell was murdered? Phil Naughton the PR officer of a South American mining company heading for financial disaster provides an alibi. A pink silk alibi that becomes a heated conversation topic from Mayfair to Manchester. Classic Noir design. Circa 1946. Artist: ♀

    • original The Diamond Murders
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      John Lindsay is a 'down and out' seaman in this enthralling story. He unexpectedly receives money, sees a precious box of curious Eastern workmanship in a shop that he recognises as his own property, and meets a mysterious Indian who he knew on board a ship. Striking two tone colour block design. Circa 1935. Artist: Bip Pares.

    • original The Man on the 24th Floor
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      On the twenty-fourth floor of the transit building the man with the limp lived in mysterious seclusion. He was not guilty of petty thieving. His interest was stalking - game - big game - Men! Circa 1939. Artist: Unknown.

    • original The Man They Could Not kill
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      The position of a personal bodyguard to a man whom a number of people are striving hard to kill is no sine-cure. It is a job calling for constant vigilance; productive of excitement and at considerable personal risk. Yet no such thoughts could deter Frank Peters from accepting Sir Oscar Rogerson's offer of such danger and monetary reward. Adventure and money were his aims in life, but it was not long before another emotion stirred within him. Circa 1935. Artist: Unknown.

    • original The Secret of the Sandbank
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      The dead body of Miss Bellangi, Sir Peter Fotheringham's fiancée is found stabbed, bound and stranded on the sea shore. Who is the murderer? Risky and controversial two tone graphic design. Circa 1934. Artist: Lance Cattermole.

    • original The Slayer
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      Why do Major Stewart's men keep getting murdered? Who is the mysterious 'Slayer' who pins his card on the victims bodies? Detective inspector long must find out before Major Stewart becomes the next victim. Dark and chilling graphic design. Circa 1936. Artist: Unknown.