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"CAPELLI, Ace" : SAY YOUR PRAYERS, SISTER.
London : Ralph Stokes, [ca.1952]. First edition. "There were seven names on the list from the Commissioner, and one name on that list would have paid a million dollars to get hold of it. That name handled the new drug racket that was sweeping the town and threatening the whole of the States ...".
“CAPELLI, Ace” : WOMAN TRAP.
London : Ralph Stokes for Gaywood Press, [ca.1952]. First edition. Lulu Ling was an “international spy who made Mata Hari look like a dame from the sticks”. Although Ace Capelli was used as a house name by various writers, this particular title is probably by Geoffrey Pardoe (1890-1953).
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"LOGAN, Max" : DRESSED TO KILL.
London : R. S. Gray Publications, [ca.1954]. First edition. Private-eye Max has a new office overlooking a burlesque theatre, as well as a new stenographer called Trudy. He appears to be having trouble concentrating.
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