(From the publisher):
John Russell Fearn began his writing career as a pioneer in the science fiction field, appearing in all of the American pulp science fiction magazines in the early 1930s. However, many of his fans don't know that Fearn was also a prolific and successful writer in other genres, especially crime and detective fiction. This volume contains some of his best stories from the famous "weird menace" pulp magazine, Thrilling Mystery Stories, plus several others, including two which are previously unpublished.
- Introduction by Philip Harbottle
- Liquid Death
- Death Asks the Question
- Beast of the Tarn
- Safety in Numbers
- Glass Nemesis
- The Wailing Hybrid
- Last Extra
- The Stain that Grew
Original title: Liquid Death and Other Stories
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery
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