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The Black Lizard Big Book of Pulps
The Best Crime Stories from the Pulps During Their Golden Age--The '20s, '30s & '40s
Edited by Otto Penzler

The Black Lizard Big Book of Pulps
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Category: Fiction - Mystery & Detective - Hard-Boiled; Fiction - Mystery & Detective - Short Stories; Fiction - Mystery & Detective
Imprint: Vintage
Format: Trade Paperback
Pub Date: November 2007
Price: $25.00
Can. Price: $
ISBN: 978-0-307-28048-0 (0-307-28048-9)
Pages: 1168
Also available as an eBook.


CONTENTS

 
Otto Penzler: Foreword

PART ONE
THE CRIMEFIGHTERS

Harlan Coben: Introduction
Paul Cain: One, Two, Three
Dashiell Hammett: The Creeping Siamese
Erle Stanley Gardner: Honest Money
Horace McCoy: Frost Rides Alone
Thomas Walsh: Double Check
Charles G. Booth: Stag Party
Leslie T. White: The City of Hell!
Raymond Chandler: Red Wind
Frederick Nebel: Wise Guy
George Harmon Coxe: Murder Picture
Norbert Davis: The Price of a Dime
William Rollins, Jr.: Chicago Confetti
Cornell Woolrich: Two Murders, One Crime
Carroll John Daly: The Third Murderer

PART TWO
THE VILLAINS

Harlan Ellison: Introduction
Erle Stanley Gardner: The Cat-Woman
Cornell Woolrich: The Dilemma of the Dead Lady
Richard Sale: The House of Kaa
Leslie Charteris: The Invisible Millionaire
Steve Fisher: You’ll Always Remember Me
Dashiell Hammett: Faith
James M. Cain: Pastorale
Frank Gruber: The Sad Serbian
Raymond Chandler: Finger Man
Erle Stanley Gardner:The Monkey Murder
Raoul Whitfield: About Kid Deth
Frederick C. Davis: The Sinister Sphere
Paul Cain: Pigeon Blood
C. S. Montanye: The Perfect Crime
Norbert Davis: You’ll Die Laughing
Frederick Nebel: The Crimes of Richmond City
i) Raw Law
ii) Dog Eat Dog
iii) The Law Laughs Last
iv) Law Without Law
v) Graft

PART THREE
THE DAMES

Laura Lippman: Introduction
Cornell Woolrich: Angel Face
Leslie T. White: Chosen to Die
Eric Taylor: A Pinch of Snuff
Raymond Chandler: Killer in the Rain
Adolphe Barreaux: Sally the Sleuth
C. S. Montanye: A Shock for the Countess
C. B. Yorke: Snowbound
Randolph Barr: The Girl Who Knew Too Much
D. B. McCandless: The Corpse in the Crystal
D. B. McCandless: He Got What He Asked For
P. T. Luman: Gangster’s Brand
Robert Reeves: Dance Macabre
Dashiell Hammett: The Girl with the Silver Eyes
Perry Paul: The Jane from Hell’s Kitchen
Whitman Chambers: The Duchess Pulls a Fast One
Roger Torrey: Mansion of Death
Roger Torrey: Concealed Weapon
Carlos Martinez: The Devil’s Bookkeeper
Lars Anderson: Black Legion
Richard Sale: Three Wise Men of Babylon
Eugene Thomas: The Adventure of the Voodoo Moon
T. T. Flynn: Brother Murder
Stewart Sterling: Kindly Omit Flowers

Contributors Notes
Permissions Acknowledgments





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