1. seattlemysterybooks:

1945 Dodd Mead hardcover
1949 Dell paperback reissue
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    1945 Dodd Mead hardcover

    1949 Dell paperback reissue

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    (Source: zestyblog)

  2. seattlemysterybooks:

pulpwomen:

Alcoholics calamitous. Black Mask Magazine, September 1945.


~ Dale Clark, “Heir in the Air”, 22nd of 28 with house dick Mike O’Hanna story, at San Alpa Resort hotel, 25th of 32 stories in BM

~ Brett Halliday (pseud. of David Dresser), “Dead Man’s Diary”, 2nd of 2 Mike Shayne stories in BM

~ Julius Long, “Over My Dead Body”, 7th of 17 stories with ‘Ben Corbett, D.A.’s chief investigator, 1st -person narrator’, 12th of 23 stories in BM

~ Robert Reeves, “Alcoholics Calamitous”, last of 10 Cellini Smith appearances, last of 12 appearances in BM

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    pulpwomen:

    Alcoholics calamitous. Black Mask Magazine, September 1945.

    ~ Dale Clark, “Heir in the Air”, 22nd of 28 with house dick Mike O’Hanna story, at San Alpa Resort hotel, 25th of 32 stories in BM

    ~ Brett Halliday (pseud. of David Dresser), “Dead Man’s Diary”, 2nd of 2 Mike Shayne stories in BM

    ~ Julius Long, “Over My Dead Body”, 7th of 17 stories with ‘Ben Corbett, D.A.’s chief investigator, 1st -person narrator’, 12th of 23 stories in BM

    ~ Robert Reeves, “Alcoholics Calamitous”, last of 10 Cellini Smith appearances, last of 12 appearances in BM

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  3. seattlemysterybooks:

pulpcovers:

Murder Is My Business (1958) http://ift.tt/1oLJPVw

1945 Dodd Mead hardcover
2nd Dell paperback version
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    pulpcovers:

    Murder Is My Business (1958) http://ift.tt/1oLJPVw


    1945 Dodd Mead hardcover

    2nd Dell paperback version

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  4. seattlemysterybooks:

1944 Dodd Mead hardcover
1963 Dell reissue
cover art by Robert McGinnis
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    1944 Dodd Mead hardcover

    1963 Dell reissue

    cover art by Robert McGinnis

    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  5. seattlemysterybooks:

ubu507:

IT STARTED WHEN SHE SAID:
"You think I’m crazy, don’t you?" And before he knew it, Mike had signed on to keep her from killing her mother. From then on, the case was a tangle of babes and bullets. And Mike nearly ended with his head in a sling before he collected his dividend on death!
[1952]

1939 Holt hardcover
first published novel under the name Brett Halliday, first Michael (or Mike) Shayne novel
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    seattlemysterybooks:

    ubu507:

    IT STARTED WHEN SHE SAID:

    "You think I’m crazy, don’t you?" And before he knew it, Mike had signed on to keep her from killing her mother. From then on, the case was a tangle of babes and bullets. And Mike nearly ended with his head in a sling before he collected his dividend on death!

    [1952]


    1939 Holt hardcover

    first published novel under the name Brett Halliday, first Michael (or Mike) Shayne novel


    Seattle Mystery Bookshop

  6. paperbackpalace:

This is it Michael Shayne (1962) - "A Michael Shayne mystery"

    paperbackpalace:

    This is it Michael Shayne (1962) - "A Michael Shayne mystery"

  7. michaelallanleonard:

Robert McGinnis

    michaelallanleonard:

    Robert McGinnis

  8. seattlemysterybooks:

June 1947 issue
cover by H.W. MacCauley
stories included:

    seattlemysterybooks:

    June 1947 issue

    cover by H.W. MacCauley

    stories included:

  9. Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine v6 n6, May 1961, cover by Robert Maguire

    Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine v6 n6, May 1961, cover by Robert Maguire

  10. excitingsounds:

Counterfeit Wife by Brett Halliday (pulp fiction paperback front cover art, “A Michael Shane Mystery,” Dell Book # 590, copyright © 1947)

    excitingsounds:

    Counterfeit Wife by Brett Halliday (pulp fiction paperback front cover art, “A Michael Shane Mystery,” Dell Book # 590, copyright © 1947)

  11. mangodebango:

"Violence Is Golden" by Brett Halliday, 1968.

    mangodebango:

    "Violence Is Golden" by Brett Halliday, 1968.