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The Wide World Magazine, November 1942 "The Murder Trail" Cover Illustration
Newnes, 1942. 58 pages plus 4 + 10 pages of ads. Features: Nine Times Torpedoed, told by Chief Steward Allan Harvie and set down by C.V. Tench - U-Boat Attack on merchant shipping; The Murder Trail - talle from Coolgardie, the centre of West Australia's richest goldfield; The MacGregor's Lease - 1904 attempts to discover oil near Petrolia, Ontario; The Killer of Lionis - short story by George J. Saunders; My Motorboat - Leonard Lachman bought a used motorboat and tried to run it; Smuggle Diamonds - Charles Spencer explains how he solved a mystery in Brazil; The Musical Mongoose; Diamond Digging in Brazil - an anonymous writer describes his adventure; Unknown Egypt - Willard price and his thousand-mile small-boat trip down the Nile; The Man-Tiger - a story from 1920 in which certain primitive people are able to turn into wild animals at will; The Second Corpse - murder is visited upon West Firlands, the home of Harold J. Forster and John Lundy in Invermere, British Columbia in 1940 - with photo of Oakalla Gaol where Frank Sylvester was executed; California, Here I Come! - Alan Burgess describes his adventures in America. Somewhat above-average wear to front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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