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1 Chamberlain, George Agnew The Auction ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," Section of The Detroit Free Press, Sunday, March 6, 1938)
Detroit, MI: The Detroit Free Press, March 6, 1938 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5". Illustrated. CONDITION: Very Good condition. An internal leaf has a 1 3/4" closed tear. Light soiling. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Scarce novel in a scarce format! Photographs of this item are available on request. #010277 
Price: 12.30 USD
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2 Corbett, Elizabeth The Constant Sex ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, December 29, 1935 issue) [by the author of the popular Mrs. Meigs novels]
Detroit, MI: The Detroit Free Press, December 29, 1935 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Near Very Good condition. The front page has two small closed tears (1" and 1/2"). Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Three photographs of this item are available on request. #010204 
Price: 9.45 USD
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3 Essex, Richard; Illustrated by A. Henderson Marinova of the Secret Service ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL...COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," Section of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, October 17, 1937)
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Inquirer, October 17, 1937 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5". Illustrated. CONDITION: Very Good+ condition (Fine is our highest grade, then Very Good). Very light staining to the back page (and the back of the back page --page 15) There is also some light edge wear and browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war --especially in this condition. Very scarce novel in an even scarcer format! Six photographs of this item are available on request. #010274 
Price: 12.30 USD
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4 Hendryx, James B.; Illustrated by McCauley Conner Gambler's Chance ("GOLD SEAL NOVEL - COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," Section of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, September 12, 1943)
Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 12, 1943 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 13.75" x 10.75". Illustrated on the front page. CONDITION: Near Fine condition. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers printed during World War II are harder to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Two photographs of this item are available on request. #010231 
Price: 14.20 USD
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5 McCord, Joseph Dream's End ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, Sunday, September 29, 1935 Issue)
Detroit, MI: The Detroit Free Press, Sunday, September 29, 1935 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a light center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Good condition. 1/2" closed tear on the front page. Edge wear including closed tears up to 1/4" and chips up to 1/8" on all the pages. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). An extremely scarce Joseph McCord title. Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Three photographs of this item are available on request. #010247 
Price: 18.95 USD
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6 McCord, Joseph Heart's Heritage ["THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, June 21, 1936
Detroit: The Detroit Free Press, June 21, 1936 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Near Very Good condition. Two closed tears (1" and 1/2") on the back page. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Photographs of this item are available on request. #010202 
Price: 8.50 USD
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7 Parmenter, Christine Whiting Kings of Beacon Hill ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, November 10, 1935 Issue)
Detroit, MI: The Detroit Free Press, November 10, 1935 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Near Very Good condition. Two leaves have 1/2" closed tears (with accompanying creases). Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Three photographs of this item are available on request. #010207 
Price: 9.45 USD
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8 Reynolds, Mrs. Baillie [Gertrude Minnie, G. M. Robins] The Intrusive Tourist ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, Sunday, November 24, 1935 Issue)
Detroit: The Detroit Free Press, Sunday, November 24, 1935 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Near Very Good condition. The front page has a 1 1/2" closed tear. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. British author, Mrs. Baillie Reynolds, who also wrote under her maiden name, Gertrude Minnie, or G. M. Robins, had a long writing career with stories and novels appearing between 1886 and her death in 1939. She found her niche in the 1920's and 1930s writing ghost stories and Crime Club mysteries. #010236 
Price: 14.20 USD
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9 Schley, Sturges Mason Deepening Blue ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, January 19, 1936)
Detroit, MI: The Detroit Free Press, January 19, 1936 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Good condition. Light soiling and general wear including some small closed tears (1" and under). Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Mystery writer best known for Dr. Toby Finds Murder and The Starry-eyed Chipmonk. Three photographs of this item are available on request. #010203 
Price: 8.50 USD
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10 Siller, Van [Hilda Van Siller] Good Night, Ladies ("GOLD SEAL NOVEL - COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," Section of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, November 26, 1944)
Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 26, 1944 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 13.75" x 10.75". Front-page illustration. CONDITION: Near Very Good condition (Fine is our highest grade, then Very Good). 3/8" closed tear to front page, light wear to the spine, very light corner creases to the lower fore-edge corner of the front page, and browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers printed during World War II are harder to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Originally, this was a Crime Club novel. Now available in this VERY SCARCE format! Photographs of this item are available on request. #010279 
Price: 12.30 USD
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11 Siller, Van [Hilda Van Siller]; Illustrated by Harry Weinert Echo of a Bomb ("GOLD SEAL NOVEL - COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," Section of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, September 26, 1943)
Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 26, 1943 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 13.75" x 10.75". Illustrated. CONDITION: Very Good condition. Light edge wear (including five 3/8" closed tears on various pages with no more than one per page). Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Written by Hilda Van Siller under the pseudonym of Van Siller. Newspapers printed during World War II are harder to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Three photographs of this item are available on request. #010232 
Price: 12.30 USD
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12 Truax, Rhoda [Silberman] Barry Scott, M.D. ["THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, July 14, 1935]
Detroit: The Detroit Free Press, July 14, 1935 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Good condition. 2" closed tear on the leaf containing pages 3 and 4. Address stamp at the top of the front cover. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Photographs of this item are available on request. "Rhoda Truax Silberman (October 28, 1901 - June 29, 2000) was an American author. Born Rhoda Truax in New York City to Justice Charles Henry Truax of the New York State Supreme Court and his wife, Caroline Sanders, she was a graduate of the Horace Mann School and Barnard College in New York. Rhoda Truax wrote 12 novels & historical books, the best known being The Doctors Warren of Boston, published by Houghton Mifflin in 1968." --per the Wikipedia entry. #010197 
Price: 8.50 USD
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13 Vercel, Roger Salvage ("THE SUNDAY NOVEL...COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," Section of The Detroit Free Press, Sunday, August 1, 1937)
Detroit, MI: The Detroit Free Press, August 1, 1937 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5". Illustrated. CONDITION: Near Very Good condition. The bottom 1" of the "spine" is split and tattered. There is also some wear to the fore-edge. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Scarce novel in an even scarcer format! Photographs of this item are available on request. #010280 
Price: 12.30 USD
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14 Wood, Peggy Star-Wagon ["THE SUNDAY NOVEL ... COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," The Detroit Free Press, April 18, 1937]
Detroit: The Detroit Free Press, April 18, 1937 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 16-page newspaper section. Each page is 15.75" x 11.5" and has a center fold (as is normal in a newspaper). Illustrated. CONDITION: Very Good condition. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers prior to World War II are exceptionally hard to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. First novel by the actress Peggy Wood. #010201 
Price: 9.45 USD
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15 Wynne, Pamela; Illustrated by McCauley Conner Victory for Love ("GOLD SEAL NOVEL - COMPLETE IN THIS ISSUE," Section of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, August 15, 1943)
Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, August 15, 1943 
Newspaper Supplement . Binding is Newspaper . Complete 20-page newspaper section. Each page is 13.75" x 10.75". Illustrated. CONDITION: Very Good condition. Light edge wear. Browning around the edges (as is normal with high-pulp content paper). Newspapers printed during World War II are harder to find, due to the extensive paper drives held during the war. Three photographs of this item are available on request. #010230 
Price: 12.30 USD
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