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AUDEMARS, Pierre, 1909-1989 & OTHERS : PARIS INTERLUDE [COVER TITLE].
London : Bear, Hudson, (1944). First edition. “Humour, surprise, adventure, the prize ring, outwitting the Gestapo in Paris, a suggestion of the supernatural, a glimpse of the Spain of today, and a little dirty work at the cross-roads, are among the subjects of these eleven stories”. Apart from Audemars, the other authors are P. G. Allen, Edward Cranston, the Canadian Denys Davies, Herbert Harrison, the prolific Michael Hervey, Tristan Nelson (two stories), the film critic David Ockham, and Fabian Tanner (two stories).
EAMES, D. : [COVER TITLE] SAY IT WITH VIOLENCE.
London : Bear, Hudson, (1944). First edition. “Steve and Judy Brabazon arrived in Santa Rica on a gala day. The presidential elections had gone off with a bang – in fact fifty-seven voters had been shot – and the rival presidents, both elected by overwhelming majorities, were addressing the crowded Plaza del Sol from opposite balconies ...”.
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FIRTH, N. Wesley (Norman Wesley), 1920-1949 : “CONCERTO FOR FEAR!” (FEATURING RED BENTON).
London : Bear Hudson, 1945. First edition. Each time a certain point in the concert was reached, someone died. Red Benton and his whisky-loving accomplice Happy Harringay investigate. Bear Hudson No. 530.
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FIRTH, N. Wesley (Norman Wesley), 1920-1949 : SPAWN OF THE VAMPIRE.
London : Bear, Hudson, . First edition. “High in the Transylvanian Alps, close by a small village called Safnia, stands the mighty grey-walled castle of the Grafshens ...” – the ever-versatile Firth presents Jerry Liddon, “English, bronzed, clear-eyed and fair-haired” and his new half-Rumanian bride, “tip-tilted nose and dark, glossy hair”, married in Bucharest and Safnia-bound. What could possibly go wrong? This archetypal Bear, Hudson publication also includes Frank Griffin’s “All Set for Murder”.
KEENE, Effie & OTHERS : THRILLING ROMANCES.
London : Twyn Barlwm Press (Bear Hudson – distributors), . One of the seven issues of this Bear Hudson publication – three illustrated short stories: “Holiday Queen” by Effie Keene; “One Girl’s Secret” by Frances Ferry, and “Her Gypsy Lover” by Veronica Slater.
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