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1: Blood Feud – David Robbins: the bloodthirsty Harkey clan beat and abused his older sister, poisoned his pa and uncle, then chopped them up with an ax. They didn’t bargain on a sixteen year old avenger and his twin sister.
2: And Kill Them All – J. Lee Butts: an adventure of Texas Ranger Lucius Dodge. Another vengeance tale as Dodge and his partner Boz Tatum must convince a young girl that she can’t go up against the people that wiped out her family alone. She shows them she can shoot.
3: The Yellow Overcoat – Frank Gruber: from 1942, Joe Devlin owner of a correspondence school for detectives is offered four hundred dollars to find a well-heeled man’s overcoat. It seemed crazy, but four hundred dollars. Devlin gets more than he bargained for though.
4: Full Dark, No Stars – Stephen King: a collection of four novellas.
5 & 6: Eleven Days & Code 61 – Donald Harstad: two novels in the Carl houseman mystery series. Houseman is a deputy sheriff in rural Maitland, Ohio.
7:Veruchia – E. C. Tubb: book eight in the Dumarest of Terra series. Forced to fight in the arenas of the planet Dradea. Dumarest finds himself in the bed of a mystery woman named Veruchia that may be the ruler of the planet after the Owner is poisoned. If she can prove it, they both may be killed.
8: G-8 and His Battle Aces: Bombs From The Murder Wolves – Robert J. Hogan: an adventure of the WWI flying ace from the pulp era. Originally published in the magazine in 1933, this is the paperback edition from 1971.
9: Outlaw – Frank Gruber: a western tale of the first man to rob a bank in broad daylight and the first to hold up a U. S. Mail train, cleaning it out of the gold in the express car.