HARRY STEPHEN KEELER
 
 

THE CASE OF THE TRANSPOSED LEGS

Here is another thrilling novel related by that ingenious mystery writer Harry Stephen Keeler in collaboration with his wife Hazel Goodwin. The story fairly bristles with excitement and suspense throughout. Why did the murderer of Nels Pederson amputate his legs and sew them back with silver wire, transposed? How was a book on cats the key to an escape from prison? Why was a literary manuscript sent to Rudolph Uberhulf, a convict who could scarcely read or write? These, and many similar problems make this an all-absorbing novel.

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6 x 9 inch
224 pages
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ISBN 978-1-64720-527-0


THE FACE OF THE MAN FROM SATURN

Jimmie Kentland, reporter on the "Chicago Sun", was not too happy even though he saw "subbing" for the Night City Editor. Things hadn't been breaking right. Suddenly his eye lighted on an illiterate note lying on the desk. He read it, then dashed out--"Number 1700, Crilly Court", he shouted to the taxi driver, "and step on it."

Thud--the taxi stopped suddenly. Kentland knew by the sound and feel that a human body had been hit. In the street lay a dark young woman motionless. "To the hospital, quick," ordered Kentland. He took one long, lingering look at the young woman, the kind that wants to remember something--and then started once again in the taxi for Number 1700 Crilly Court. It was an Oriental antique shop--mysterious looking, silent. Kentland opened the door. "Am I too late?" as he saw the proprietor stretched out on the floor and pinned with a dagger which had hung on the wall of the shop. As he looked around the place he saw a picture entitled "The Man from Saturn"--and the face had been cut out.

It was the long arm of a curious little clue that eventually led Kentland to the secret power that had brought death to the curio dealer and revealed to Kentland something that eventually cleared up a lot of other things, particularly something about a beautiful, dark, young woman who had been taken to a hospital and almost forgotten.

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6 x 9 inch
256 pages
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ISBN 978-1-64720-513-3