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Author:
Theodore A. Tinsley
ISBN13:
978-1442159822
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1442159820
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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 8, 2009)
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Action & Adventure
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Lacy organized the crime fighting group, Amusement Inc. Along with ex-Marines Charlie Weaver, Ed Corning, Pat Harrigan . In the series of stories in this book, they confront a ruthless and clever villain in The Scarlet Ace.

Lacy organized the crime fighting group, Amusement Inc. Along with ex-Marines Charlie Weaver, Ed Corning, Pat Harrigan, and a group of others, they fought crime. Follow these four stories from the pages of All Detective Magazine for 1933: The Scarlet Ace, Candidate for Death, Hell House, and The House of Crime. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Theodore A. Tinsley created Amusement In. a crime fighting vigilante group comprised of ex-Marines and led by Major John Tattersall Lacy and his trusty . has been added to your Cart. a crime fighting vigilante group comprised of ex-Marines and led by Major John Tattersall Lacy and his trusty threesome of Charlie Weaver. a crime fighting vigilante group comprised of ex-Marines and led by Major John Tattersall Lacy and his trusty threesome . a crime fighting vigilante group comprised of ex-Marines and led by Major John Tattersall Lacy and his trusty threesome of Charlie Weaver, Ed Corning, and Pat Harrigan. The adventures of this group are contained in a series of stories which graced the pages of four different pulp magazines of the 1930's. The stories in this Theodore A.

The scarlet ace. Originally published in All Detective Magazine, February 1933. The sunlight that flooded the room made the single scarlet pip on the pasteboard gleam like a bright smear of blood. Chapter I. The council. A faint council of labored breathing came from the men in the penthouse apartment high above the pavements of Manhattan. The major glanced at the small wooden cage. Tinsley (October 27, 1894 – March 3, 1979) was an American author who primarily wrote mystery stories. Tinsley wrote 27 stories featuring The Shadow for The Shadow Magazine pulp magazine. He also created Carrie Cashin, one of the first female detectives in pulp fiction, who appeared in Street & Smith's Crimebuster pulp magazine. An early series he wrote is the "Amusement In. Scarlet Ace" series that ran over 4 different pulp magazines in the 1930s.

Frank Tinsley, Theodore Tinsley, Will Murray. Reprinted in its entirety for the first time, the complete saga of Lacy’s battle with the underworld army of the Scarlet Ace from the pages of Black Aces and All Detective. And it features an all-new introduction by Will Murray

Frank Tinsley, Theodore Tinsley, Will Murray. And it features an all-new introduction by Will Murray. The Crimes of the Scarlet Ace: The Complete Stories of Major Lacy & Amusement, Inc. by Theodore A. Tinsley contains the following stories: Amusement, Inc. No-Gang’s Land. Tinsley Theodore. Download (lit, 135 Kb). Epub FB2 PDF mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

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Theodore A. Tinsley created Amusement Inc., a crime fighting vigilante group comprised of ex-Marines and led by Major John Tattersall Lacy and his trusty threesome of Charlie Weaver, Ed Corning, and Pat Harrigan. The adventures of this group are contained in a series of stories which graced the pages of four different pulp magazines of the 1930's. The stories in this collection are those which appeared in All Detective Magazine in 1933. From Pulpville Press.