Headline Homicide [Illustrated] (Dizzy Duo Book 3) Joe Archibald

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Published: December 16th 2013

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Headline Homicide [Illustrated] (Dizzy Duo Book 3) by Joe Archibald
December 16th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 130 pages | ISBN: | 7.60 Mb

PERIL PRESS presents:The DIZZY DUO Adventures ofSNOOTY & SCOOP vol 38 Knee Slapping Tales of Murderfrom the Pages ofTEN DETECTIVE ACESby Joe ArchibaldTen Detective Aces, July 1945YOUR HONEY OR YOUR LIFE!“Dizzy Duo” Yarnby Joe ArchibaldMorePERIL PRESS presents:The DIZZY DUO Adventures ofSNOOTY & SCOOP vol 38 Knee Slapping Tales of Murderfrom the Pages ofTEN DETECTIVE ACESby Joe ArchibaldTen Detective Aces, July 1945YOUR HONEY OR YOUR LIFE!“Dizzy Duo” Yarnby Joe ArchibaldOnly nuts would think like Snooty Piper, the Evening Star’s newshound.

But when a crime was as batty as the killing of Woo Woo Jopp, only Snooty could follow the cockeyed path to the business end of a badman’s Betsy.5000 WordsTen Detective Aces, November 1945The Con Is Greenby Joe ArchibaldThough Snooty Piper, the Beantown crimehound, usually spots the hot-seat evidence first, this time hes only got spots before his eyes. Yet that wacky reporter can even find a way to line up those visual aberrations to put a killer on the spot.4900 WordsTen Detective Aces, January 1946HOT ICE SCREAMby Joe ArchibaldIn his thirst for crook news, Snooty Piper set out single-handed to remedy Bostons crime drought.

But the trail of cockeyed clues he left was so twisted that only the screwball himself could backtrack it to the muzzle of a killers Roscoe.5200 WordsTen Detective Aces, August 1946WHO KILLED CAUGHT ROBBINby Joe ArchibaldBecause a crooks suit looked green to a jewel-snatch witness, things looked black for Snooty Piper. For nobody but Beantowns half-baked newshound would be caught dead in such an emerald outfit—and Snooty seemed well on his way to fill that cadaver requirement.5300 WordsTen Detective Aces, April 1947HEADLINE HAWKSHAWSby Joe ArchibaldThe Boston bulls finally landed a real crook without Snooty Pipers crackpot assistance.

And the only way left for the woozy newshound to regain face was to change his name to Smith and reserve a room at the morgue.4600 WordsTen Detective Aces, January 1948THE BELLE TOLDby Joe ArchibaldSnooty and Scoop, those Beantown newshounds, scented something strange about that landladys rub-out. But before they could nose out the culprits trail, their old menace, Iron Jaw, put the bite on them.5700 WordsTen Detective Aces, March 1948WRITE THIS WAY FOR MURDERby Joe ArchibaldSnooty Piper, that screwball newshawk, writes a whodunit that would be criminal to publish.

But his interest in fascinating fiction turned into a real-life terror tale printed in blood.5700 WordsTen Detective Aces, May 1948Dizzy Duo:HAYSEED HOMICIDEby Joe ArchibaldSnooty Piper and Scoop Binney, those sappy Beantown news-sleuths, get slated for early planting when they dig into a . . .5800 WordsThis edition includes the illustrations to all 8 stories plus all 8 covers to the issues of Ten Detective Aces in which they were first published.



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