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Mystery-Suspense-Film Noir > Armchair Fiction > Double Novels


Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic mystery-crime double novels.  The first thriller is Edward Ronns' great tale, “They All Ran Away”  They all ran away …except Malcom Hunter, the busiest body in town…except Evelyn, his lady—trapped by her dishonest millions and a taste for men alive…except lovely Ferne—a girl unfaithful unto death, who coveted life and large amounts money…except Charlie Danger, who knew the truth and had ways of catching the killer himself, even if an accusatory finger was pointed at him…And Barney Forbes pursued them.  He chased them through a labyrinth of horrors…into the borrowed arms of a woman with a wrong-way heart.  For Barney’s task was to smash a killer’s grip on justice, and break up a small town murder conspiracy!  This double novel’s second tale is a great tale of mystery & murder, “Backfire” by Floyd Mahannah.  Pete Mavrey had a serious problem:  He had two girls. One of them was the girl he planned on marrying.  Her name was Anna, and she was beautiful and sweet—the kind of woman you wanted to raise kids with.  The other, though, was Bernice—a sultry, dark-haired beauty and the kind of dame whose sexual electricity could wrap a man around her little finger and make him throw his common sense out the window.  However, Bernice had a serious problem:  an ex-boyfriend with violent intentions whom she desperately wanted to get rid of.  Pete wanted to help her out if he could.  But Pete was only kidding that evening when he told her over a nice spaghetti dinner that she could cure her problems by faking her own murder and disappearing.  He even gave her all the details on how to do it.  That would do the trick.  Then again, Pete was only kidding.  Unfortunately for Pete Mavrey, Bernice wasn’t, and when the newspaper ran a front-page story detailing Bernice Falknor’s gruesome murder, Pete soon found himself up to his neck in cops and corpses.  

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