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Thirty corpses every Thursday (Fredric Brown in the detective pulps)


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5.0 out of 5 stars Neat collection of pulp mystery/suspense stories 8 Feb. 1999
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Fredric Brown's bread and butter was the mystery story which turned on an ironic element. *Thirty Corpses Every Thursday* collects his better stories, and midway through each one, you'll wonder how he's going to finish it off. He manages, and all these stories are satisfying.
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