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British Underground: Swift Morgan Comics By Mini Komix
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British Underground breaks out to the stars with Swift Morgan Comics! Spaceman Swift Morgan and his partner Silver find the Flying Saucers. Other heroes are along for the ride like Red Falcon, Peter... More > Lang, Phantom Circle, Dick Royd, Kid McBride, Geronimo, and Larry Logan! Also, funtimes with The Comic Army, Molly the Maid, Artful Archie, Tea-Pot Tilley, Norman Nib, The Klaxion Kid, plus Brush and Comb! Rare vintage comics from across the pond!< Less
The Death Coins By Walter S. Masterman
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Hardcover. Originally published in London in 1940, 'The Death Coins' has since become a rarity along with Walter S. Masterman’s last novels, probably due to wartime restrictions and the... More > destruction of the publisher’s warehouse during The Blitz. 'The Death Coins' is another fine murder mystery featuring the author’s series sleuth Sir Arthur Sinclair. Ramble House is proud to bring this Masterman mystery back into print at last.< Less
The White Owl TPB By Edmund Snell
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“The White Owl,” by Edmund Snell, quivers with the literary hocus pocus that affords mental relief in a materialistic age. Two adventurers, searching for an Aztec temple containing a... More > deity, which flourished before the Spanish conquistadores overran Mexico, find it, and on opening the covering of a shaft one of them is carried down into its fathomless depths by a huge white owl. There appears to the survivor a girl, Naia, who tells him that his friend will reappear after twenty moons. The White Owl having been released, the hatred of the Aztecs for their Spanish oppressors is renewed, and a series of murders of Spaniards in various places in Europe follows, the White Owl with hideous green eyes continually appearing when the mysterious influences are at work. The vanished explorer and the girl Naia are always the instruments.< Less
The White Owl TPB By Edmund Snell
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“The White Owl,” by Edmund Snell, quivers with the literary hocus pocus that affords mental relief in a materialistic age. Two adventurers, searching for an Aztec temple containing a... More > deity, which flourished before the Spanish conquistadores overran Mexico, find it, and on opening the covering of a shaft one of them is carried down into its fathomless depths by a huge white owl. There appears to the survivor a girl, Naia, who tells him that his friend will reappear after twenty moons. The White Owl having been released, the hatred of the Aztecs for their Spanish oppressors is renewed, and a series of murders of Spaniards in various places in Europe follows, the White Owl with hideous green eyes continually appearing when the mysterious influences are at work. The vanished explorer and the girl Naia are always the instruments.< Less
Midnight Murder By Gerald Verner
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The murder of Madame Bourchard had several puzzling aspects. She had been found dead in her bedroom, despite the presence of a police cordon around her hotel, as well as a Scotland Yard Inspector and... More > Lionel Crane, the famous private detective, stationed outside her room during the previous night. The police had received information that a notorious jewel thief might try and steal a fabulous pearl in her possession. And sure enough, when they discovered her body the next morning, the pearl had been stolen, ripped free from a silver chain around her neck, which also showed bruises from strangulation. But then it was discovered that she had died from arsenic poisoning! 'Midnight Murder' is one of the mystery novels by Gerald Verner originally published under his pseudonym Donald Stuart. In a new introduction specially written for this edition, the author’s son Chris Verner provides a detailed background to the works released under the Stuart by-line.< Less
The Freak Island Murders By Robert Verron
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Trade paperback. Even as the ocean liner Maryland cruises its way from England to its Hawaiian destination, there are the seeds of intrigue on board. The vessel flounders when it hits a hurricane and... More > one boat of survivors makes it miraculously to the nearby island of Tiero. As luck would have it, the island is inhabited - though the residents are not what the Maryland’s passengers expect or welcome. Dr. Julius Masterman has established a medical institute on Tiero to research cures for congenitally-deformed individuals - thus the local population is largely made up of malformed refugees from ‘normal’ society. Hence Tiero’s sobriquet: Freak Island. What are the chances that the ship’s survivors are connected with the people of Freak Island? And what are the chances of murder?< Less
The Wrong Verdict By Walter S. Masterman
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Hardcover. Vera Pollard’s father was unjustly convicted of murder and sent to prison, and years later, when she became an assistant to a Chinese mentalist named Lian Foo, he was released. Thus... More > began a series of events that threatened to send another innocent man, Vera’s fiancé Ronald Watson, to the gallows. Walter S. Masterman, author of numerous mysteries that spirit the reader into a world of opium, séances and murder, wrote this in 1938, at the height of his literary powers. It is the latest in the Masterman series from Ramble House, a novel of suspense that has been forgotten too long.< Less
The Wrong Verdict TPB By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. Vera Pollard’s father was unjustly convicted of murder and sent to prison, and years later, when she became an assistant to a Chinese mentalist named Lian Foo, he was released.... More > Thus began a series of events that threatened to send another innocent man, Vera’s fiancé Ronald Watson, to the gallows. Walter S. Masterman, author of numerous mysteries that spirit the reader into a world of opium, séances and murder, wrote this in 1938, at the height of his literary powers. It is the latest in the Masterman series from Ramble House, a novel of suspense that has been forgotten too long.< Less
The Talkative Policeman By Rupert Penny
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Hardcover. Rupert Penny wrote this longer-than-usual impossible mystery in 1937. It’s full of maps, charts and highly formatted text, and Ramble House is proud to present it as a facsimile... More > book. Its 330 pages will transport you to the English countryside of the mid-30s as Inspector Beale and his ever-present friend Tony Purdon tackle the murder of a clergyman who had the misfortune of having his head bashed in by person or persons unknown. The author states that by the time you read the first 33 chapters you will have all the information you need to name the murderer and reconstruct the crime. Are you up to the challenge?< Less
The Talkative Policeman TPB By Rupert Penny
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Trade paperback. Rupert Penny wrote this longer-than-usual impossible mystery in 1937. It’s full of maps, charts and highly formatted text, and Ramble House is proud to present it as a... More > facsimile book. Its 330 pages will transport you to the English countryside of the mid-30s as Inspector Beale and his ever-present friend Tony Purdon tackle the murder of a clergyman who had the misfortune of having his head bashed in by person or persons unknown. The author states that by the time you read the first 33 chapters you will have all the information you need to name the murderer and reconstruct the crime. Are you up to the challenge?< Less

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