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Batman

Batman 21 Atlas
Batman 24 Atlas
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Batman 27 Atlas
Batman 31 Atlas
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Batman 34 Atlas
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Cor!!

Cor!! Holiday Special 1976
Cor!! Holiday Special 1978

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Crisis

Crisis Presents Xpresso Special

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Deadline

Deadline 43
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Dickory Dock

Dickory Dock 1980-09-13

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Electric Soup

Electric Soup 04

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Film Fun

Film Fun 2022
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Finding Out

Finding Out 14
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Finding Out v09 02
Finding Out v09 03
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Funday Times

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Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill 1955-03-12
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Jackpot

Jackpot Summer Special 1979

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Krazy

Krazy Special 1977

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Lion

Lion 1959-01-24

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Overkill

Overkill 1992-12-18
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Pippin

Pippin 1966-09-24
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Pippin 1966-11-12
Pippin 1966-11-19
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Pippin 1966-12-10
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Pippin 1968-09-14
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Playhour

Playhour 1969-07-05
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Playhour 1974-05-18

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Playhour Annual 1964

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Playland

Playland 1968-01-13
Playland 1968-01-17
Playland 1968-01-20
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Playland 1969-07-19

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Roy of the Rovers

Roy Of The Rovers 1992-06-13

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Savage Sword of Conan

Savage Sword of Conan Magazine 005

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Scream

Scream 1985-03-23
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Scream 1985-04-13

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Secrets Of The Unknown

Secrets Of The Unknown 106
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Secrets Of The Unknown 109
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Seven

Seven 001

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Super Adventure Comic

Super Adventure Comic 23a
Super Adventure Comic 54
Super Adventure Comic 73
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Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear 1969-07-05
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Teddy Bear 1973-06-23

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Teddy Bear Annual 1967

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The Tempest

The Tempest

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True War

True War 01

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TV Comic

TV Comic Holiday Special 1977 Popeye
TV Comic Holiday Special 1980 Popeye

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Whizzer and Chips

Whizzer and Chips 1989-09-23
Whizzer and Chips 1989-11-11
Whizzer and Chips 1989-11-18

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Whizzer and Chips Holiday Special 1988

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Whoopee!

Whoopee! 1977-04-30

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Whoopee! Best of Monthly 1986-03

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Whoopee! Best of Monthly 1986-06

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Whoopee! Best of Monthly 1988-01

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Buster Holiday Fun Special 1973

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Funday Times 177

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Tiger 1977-05-21

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Blaam! 1988 00
Blaam! 1988 01
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Cor!!

Cor!! Holiday Special 1977
Cor!! Holiday Special 1979

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Cowboy Adventure Library

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Deadline

Deadline 42

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Film Fun

Film Fun 2019
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Funday Times

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Halls Of Horror

Halls Of Horror Presents Dracula Comics Special 01

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Krazy

Krazy Holiday Special 1978

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Look-in

Look-in Summer Extra 1982 Strips Only
Look-in v06 26
Look-in v06 36
Look-in v07 46
Look-in v08 12
Look-in v09 53

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Money Fun

Money Fun 01
Money Fun 02

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New Adventures Of Barbarella

New Adventures Of Barbarella 01
New Adventures Of Barbarella 02
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New Adventures Of Barbarella 04

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Roy of the Rovers

Roy of the Rovers 1992-06-06

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Savage Sword of Conan

Savage Sword of Conan Magazine 001
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Savage Sword of Conan Magazine 004

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School Fun

School Fun Holiday Special 1987

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Scream

Scream 1985-01-26
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Scream 1985-02-09
Scream 1985-02-16
Scream 1985-02-23
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Scream 1985-03-09
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Secrets Of The Unknown

Secrets Of The Unknown 101
Secrets Of The Unknown 103
Secrets Of The Unknown 104
Secrets Of The Unknown 105

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Super Detective Library

Super Detective Library 017
Super Detective Library 056
Super Detective Library 062

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Super Detective Library 084
Super Detective Library 151

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SwiftSure

SwiftSure 13
SwiftSure 14

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Thriller Picture Library

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Tiger

Tiger 1954-09-18

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True Life Library

True Life Library 168
True Life Library 169
True Life Library 170
True Life Library 171

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Uncanny Tales

Uncanny Tales 075

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Valiant Picture Library

Valiant Picture Library 039
Valiant Picture Library 056
Valiant Picture Library 062

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Wham!

Wham! 1965-01-02
Wham! 1965-01-09

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Wham! 1965-01-16
Wham! 1965-02-06

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Whizzer and Chips

Whizzer and Chips 1989-06-03
Whizzer and Chips 1989-06-10
Whizzer and Chips 1989-07-08
Whizzer and Chips 1989-07-15

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Whizzer and Chips Holiday Special 1985

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Whizzer and Chips Holiday Special 1986

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Whoopee!

Whoopee! 1979-09-29

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Whoopee! Holiday Special 1987

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Worzel Gummidge

Worzel Gummidge 01

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Cor!! 1972-12-16

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Eagle 2nd serie 1984-12-01

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Eagle 2nd serie Annual 1988

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Krazy 1977-02-05

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Look-in v06 28

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Look-in v08 46

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Nutty 1982-02-27

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Sally Annual 1972

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Tiger 1981-11-21

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Sabre Library Thriller Stories In Pictures

Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 051 – Ring Of Terror
Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 072 – Appointment With Death
Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 079 – Determined To Destroy
Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 080 – Perilous Pendulum
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Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 084 – Ready To Kill
Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 086 – The Unseen Enemy
Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 090 – The Legend Of Lonely Rock
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Robin

Robin is here now for a half year and we are very attached to each other.

You can see who’s the boss

A place to play for her

She goes to sleep besides me after a day of playing

After a bath

A healthy breakfast for her

Sometimes a snack in between doesn’t hurt

I transformed a stroller for baby’s into a birdwalker, i take here for a walk whenever
the weather allows. I am trying to get her used to a special harness so she can come
with me without a cage but on my shoulder or hand

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Air Ace Picture Library 220
Air Ace Picture Library 221
Air Ace Picture Library 227

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Buster

Buster 1990-06-30

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Buster 1990-09-01

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Buster and Monster Fun Holiday Special 1980

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Cor!!

Cor!! 1970-11-07
Cor!! 1974-03-09
Cor!! 1974-05-04
Cor!! 1974-05-25

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Cowboy Adventure Library

Cowboy Adventure Library 617
Cowboy Adventure Library 622
Cowboy Adventure Library 623
Cowboy Adventure Library 624
Cowboy Adventure Library 627

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Cowboy Adventure Library 629
Cowboy Adventure Library 631
Cowboy Adventure Library 632
Cowboy Adventure Library 634
Cowboy Adventure Library 635
Cowboy Adventure Library 638

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Deadline

Deadline 41

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Goodies

Goodies Fun Book 1977

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Hanna-Barbera

Hanna Barbera Super TV Heroes Annual 1975

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Jackpot

Jackpot Summer Special 1982

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June

June and Schoolfriend 2nd Book of Heroines 1971
June Book 1969

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Ladybird

Ladybird – Story of Marco Polo

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Look-In

Look-In Holiday Special 1986
Look-In Pop Special 1973
Look-In Television Annual 1986
Look-In TV Favourites n05

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Look-in v05 46
Look-in v05 50
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Look-in v06 11
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Look-in v06 25

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Look-in v16 41
Look-in v17 34

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OSS T.V. Picture Stories

OSS T.V. Picture Stories 02
OSS T.V. Picture Stories 03

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OSS T.V. Picture Stories 04
OSS T.V. Picture Stories 05

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Rampage

Rampage Monthly 34

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Roy of the Rovers

Roy of the Rovers 1992-05-02
Roy of the Rovers 1992-05-09
Roy of the Rovers 1992-05-16
Roy of the Rovers 1992-05-23
Roy of the Rovers 1992-05-30

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Scream

Scream 1984-12-01
Scream 1984-12-08
Scream 1984-12-15
Scream 1984-12-22
Scream 1984-12-29
Scream 1985-01-05
Scream 1985-01-12
Scream 1985-01-19

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Secrets Of The Unknown

Secrets Of The Unknown 091
Secrets Of The Unknown 092
Secrets Of The Unknown 093
Secrets Of The Unknown 094
Secrets Of The Unknown 095

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Secrets Of The Unknown 096
Secrets Of The Unknown 097
Secrets Of The Unknown 098
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Secrets Of The Unknown 100

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Sinister Tales

Sinister Tales 105
Sinister Tales 130

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Thriller Comics Library

Thriller Comics Library 157
Thriller Comics Library 432

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Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library

Thriller Stories In Pictures Sabre Library 051
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Transformers

Transformers Annual 1989
Transformers Annual 1990
Transformers Annual 1991

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TV Picture Stories

TV Picture Stories 017a

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Uncanny Tales

Uncanny Tales 074

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Vulcan

Vulcan 1980-06-14
Vulcan 1980-06-21
Vulcan 1980-06-28

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Western Club Library

Western Club Library 029
Western Club Library 030
Western Club Library 031
Western Club Library 032

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Wham!

Wham! 1964-08-22
Wham! 1964-09-26
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Wham! 1964-10-31
Wham! 1964-11-07
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Wham! 1964-11-21

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Wham! 1964-12-19

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Whizzer and Chips

Whizzer and Chips 1989-09-02
Whizzer and Chips 1989-11-25
Whizzer and Chips 1989-12-02
Whizzer and Chips 1989-12-09

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Whizzer and Chips Monthly Best Of 1988-02
Whizzer and Chips Monthly Best Of 1988-04
Whizzer and Chips Monthly Best Of 1988-06
Whizzer and Chips Monthly Best Of 1990-04

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Whoopee!

Whoopee! 1978-12-30
Whoopee! book of Frankie Stein 1976
Whoopee! book of Frankie Stein 1977

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World Adventure Library

World Adventure Library – Batman 01

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Qulity Upgrades

Buster 1977-09-03

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Buster And Monster Fun Holiday Special 1987

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Buster Best of Monthly 1988-09

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Buster Holiday Fun Special 1969

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Buster Holiday Fun special 1972

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Buster Holiday Fun Special 1973

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Buster Holiday Fun Special 1975

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Buster Holiday Special 1982

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Buster Holiday Special 1997

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Cor!! 1972-05-06

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Cor!! 1972-05-13

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Cor!! 1972-05-20

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Cor!! Holiday Special 1981

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Cor!! Holiday Special 1982

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Cor!! Summer Special 1971

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Funny Fortnightly Holiday Special 1990

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Krazy Holiday Special 1982

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Monster Fun 1975-10-04

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School Fun Holiday Special 1984

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School Fun Holiday Special 1985

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School Fun Holiday Special 1986

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Shiver and Shake Christmas Holiday Special 1973

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Shiver and Shake Holiday Special 1974

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Shiver and Shake Holiday Special 1975

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Wham! 1964-08-15

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Whizzer and Chips Holiday Special 1970

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Whizzer and Chips Holiday Special 1972

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Whizzer and Chips Holiday Special 1989

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Whizzer and Chips Summer Special 1980

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Whizzer and Chips Summer Special 1981

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Whoopee! Frankie Stein Holiday Special 1977

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Whoopee! Frankie Stein Holiday Special 1978

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Whoopee! Frankie Stein Holiday Special 1979

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Whoopee! Frankie Stein Holiday Special 1980

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Whoopee! Frankie Stein Holiday Special 1981

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Whoopee! Frankie Stein Summer Special 1975

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Whoopee! Holiday Special 1974

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Various upgrades issues.

All issues were posted in comments the last weeks.
If you missed some you can find them on this page.
Some are upgraded with better quality scans, some are whitened and sometimes
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Only issues that are allready on the site, it’s possible that some upgrades are not on this page because some new issues are posted in comments and are upgraded after that also, these will be in the next regular update.

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Big Comic

Big Comic Holiday Special 1988

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Buster

Buster 1977-02-05
Buster 1982-07-03

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Buster And Monster Fun Special 1981

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Buster Holiday Fun Special 1977

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Cheeky Weekly

Cheeky Weekly 1977-10-29
Cheeky Weekly 1977-12-03
Cheeky Weekly 1977-12-10
Cheeky Weekly 1977-12-24
Cheeky Weekly 1977-12-31
Cheeky Weekly 1978-05-06

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Cor!!

Cor!! 1972-01-15

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Cor!! Holiday Special 1975

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Giggle

Giggle 1967-07-29

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Jackpot

Jackpot 1979-05-05
Jackpot 1979-06-09
Jackpot 1979-06-16
Jackpot 1981-03-14
Jackpot 1981-06-27
Jackpot 1981-11-14

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Knockout

Knockout 1972-06-24
Knockout 1973-02-17

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Krazy

Krazy 1977-02-12

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Look-In

Look-In TV Comedy Annual 1975

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Look-in v01 17
Look-in v02 24
Look-in v02 32
Look-in v02 36
Look-in v02 39
Look-in v02 41
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Look-in v02 47
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Look-in v02 51
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Look-in v05 27
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Look-in v05 44

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Look-in v05 48
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Look-in v06 05
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Look-in v06 14

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Look-in v06 17
Look-in v06 20
Look-in v06 43
Look-in v06 47
Look-in v07 09

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Look-in v07 36

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Look-in v07 41
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Look-in v08 11

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Look-in v08 26
Look-in v08 29
Look-in v08 44

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Look-in v08 45
Look-in v09 23
Look-in v09 33
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Look-in v09 40

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Look-in v09 41
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Look-in v13 02
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Look-in v13 30
Look-in v13 32
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Look-in v16 14
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Monster Fun

Monster Fun 1975-06-21

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Monster Fun 1975-06-28

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Monster Fun 1975-07-05

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Monster Fun 1975-07-12

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Monster Fun 1975-07-19

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Monster Fun 1975-07-26

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Monster Fun 1975-08-02

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Monster Fun 1975-09-13

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Monster Fun 1975-09-20

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Monster Fun 1975-09-27

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Monster Fun 1975-12-27

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Monster Fun Summer Special 1975

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Monster Fun Summer Special 1976

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School Fun

School Fun 1983-12-10
School Fun 1983-12-17

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Shiver and Shake

Shiver and Shake 1974-03-09

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Smash!

Smash! 1970-01-31

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Transformers

Transformers 1987-02-14
Transformers 1987-06-13
Transformers 1987-08-08
Transformers 1988-01-30
Transformers 1988-04-09

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Transformers 1988-05-07
Transformers 1988-05-14
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Transformers 1988-05-28

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Transformers 1988-06-25

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Transformers 1988-07-02
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Transformers 1988-07-16
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Transformers 1988-07-30

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Transformers 1988-08-06
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Transformers 1988-09-03
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Transformers 1988-09-24

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Transformers 1988-10-01
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Transformers 1988-11-05
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Transformers 1988-12-03
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Transformers 1989-06-03
Transformers 1989-06-10
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Transformers 1989-06-24

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Transformers 1989-07-01
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Transformers 1989-07-29

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Transformers 1989-08-05
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Transformers 1989-08-19
Transformers 1989-08-26

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Transformers 1989-09-02
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Transformers 1989-09-23
Transformers 1989-11-18
Transformers 1989-12-16
Transformers 1989-12-30
Transformers 1990-07-21
Transformers 1990-07-28
Transformers 1990-08-04

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Wham!

Wham! 1964-08-08
Wham! 1964-08-29
Wham! 1964-09-05
Wham! 1964-09-12
Wham! 1964-10-10

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Whizzer and Chips

Whizzer and Chips 1970-01-10
Whizzer and Chips 1970-02-21
Whizzer and Chips 1970-03-21
Whizzer and Chips 1970-04-04
Whizzer and Chips 1970-04-18

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Whizzer and Chips 1970-10-19
Whizzer and Chips 1970-12-26
Whizzer and Chips 1971-02-13
Whizzer and Chips 1972-01-22

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Whizzer and Chips 1972-01-29
Whizzer and Chips 1972-08-26
Whizzer and Chips 1974-09-21
Whizzer and Chips 1974-09-28

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Whizzer and Chips 1974-11-30
Whizzer and Chips 1975-03-01
Whizzer and Chips 1975-12-27
Whizzer and Chips 1976-01-17

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Wow!

Wow! Holiday Special 1985

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Adventures in the DC Universe

Adventures in the DC Universe Annual 1999
Adventures in the DC Universe Annual 2000

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Asterix

Asterix To The Rescue 1986
Asterix To The Rescue 1986 extras

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Battle Picture Library

Battle Picture Library 0104
Battle Picture Library 0359
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Battle Picture Library 0445
Battle Picture Library 0697
Battle Picture Library 0769

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Battle Picture Library 0777
Battle Picture Library 1049
Battle Picture Library 1415
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Bloodfeud Of Altheus

Bloodfeud Of Altheus

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Boys Own Paper

Boys Own Paper 1961-03
Boys Own Paper 1961-09

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Boys Own Paper 1962-08
Boys Own Paper 1963-04

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Bug Hunters

Bug Hunters

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Buster

Buster 1977-06-25 Upgrade
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Buster 1978-10-21 Upgrade

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Buster 1979-01-13 Upgrade
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Buster 1985-02-09
Buster 1985-10-26

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Buster 1987-05-02
Buster 1990-06-09

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Buster and Monster Fun Holiday Special 1978

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Buster and Monster Fun Holiday Special 1982

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Buster and Monster Fun Holiday Special 1983

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Buster Best of Monthly 1987-07
Buster Best of Monthly 1987-08
Buster Best of Monthly 1987-09

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Buster Best of Monthly 1988-07
Buster Best of Monthly 1988-09
Buster Best of Monthly 1990-02

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Buster Fortnightly 052 Upgrade
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Buster Fortnightly 110

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Buster Fortnightly 129

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Buster Holiday Fun Special 1971 Upgrade

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Buster Holiday Fun Special 1977

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Buster Holiday Special 1980 Upgrade

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Cor!!

Cor!! 1972-05-06
Cor!! 1972-05-13
Cor!! 1972-05-20
Cor!! 1972-06-03
Cor!! 1972-06-24
Cor!! 1972-10-14
Cor!! 1973-02-17

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Cor!! 1973-03-17
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Cor!! 1973-07-07

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Cor!! 1973-09-01
Cor!! 1973-09-15

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Cor!! 1973-09-22
Cor!! 1973-09-29
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Cor!! 1973-12-22
Cor!! 1974-01-05

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Cowboy Picture Library

Cowboy Picture Library 252
Cowboy Picture Library 336

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Dicing With Dragons

Dicing With Dragons

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Dickory Dock

Dickory Dock 1980-03-08
Dickory Dock 1980-03-15
Dickory Dock 1980-03-22

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Dickory Dock 1980-04-26

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Dickory Dock 1980-05-03
Dickory Dock 1980-05-10
Dickory Dock 1980-05-17
Dickory Dock 1980-05-24

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Dickory Dock 1980-06-07
Dickory Dock 1980-06-21
Dickory Dock 1980-06-28

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Dickory Dock 1980-07-05
Dickory Dock 1980-07-12
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Dickory Dock 1980-08-09
Dickory Dock 1980-08-16
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Dickory Dock 1980-08-30

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Dickory Dock 1980-09-27

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Doctor Who

Doctor Who Amazing World 1976

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Dracula

Dracula Lives 05 Upgrade
Dracula Lives 39
Dracula Lives 40
Dracula Lives 41

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Dracula Lives 42
Dracula Lives 48
Dracula Lives 74
Dracula Lives 77

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Dracula Lives 78
Dracula Lives 79
Dracula Lives 81
Dracula Lives 82
Dracula Lives 83

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Dungeons And Dragons

Dungeons And Dragons Annual 1986
Dungeons and Dragons Dungeon Masters Rulebook
Dungeons and Dragons Set 2 Expert Rules
Dungeons Andf Dragons Sticker Book 1985

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Forces in Combat

Forces in Combat 17

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Frankie Stein

Frankie Steins Mini Monster Comic Book

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Incredible Hulk

Incredible Hulk Pocket Book 1980-12

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Jackpot

Jackpot 1981-10-31

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Kiss of Death

Kiss of Death 01
Kiss of Death 02

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Lion

Lion 1958-12-27 Upgrade
Lion 1959-10-24
Lion 1959-11-28
Lion 1960-04-30
Lion 1960-05-21
Lion 1960-08-13
Lion 1960-09-03

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Lion 1960-09-24
Lion 1960-10-01
Lion 1960-10-08
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Lion 1960-11-19
Lion 1960-12-03
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Lion 1960-12-31

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Lion Holiday Special 1976

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Looking At Nature

Looking At Nature Book 1963

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Maelstrom

Maelstrom

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Marvel Adventures

Marvel Adventures Annual 1999

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Marvel Superheroes

Marvel Superheroes Annual 1980

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Matchbox

Matchbox 1977 Catalogue
Matchbox 1978 Catalogue
Matchbox 1979-80 Catalogue
Matchbox Collectors Catalogue International Edition 1973

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Monster Fun

Monster Fun 1976-04-17 Upgrade

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Monster Fun 1976-05-08 Upgrade

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Monster Fun 1976-08-28 Upgrade

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Monster Manual

Monster Manual II – 1st Edition 1983

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Monster Massacre

Monster Massacre Special 01

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Oink!

Oink! Free with Crash Upgrade

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Oink! Holiday Special 1989 Upgrade

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Picture Romances

Picture Romances 554
Picture Romances 555

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Pocket Detective Library

Pocket Detective Library 05
Pocket Detective Library 10
Pocket Detective Library 11

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Princess Picture Library

Princess Picture Library 072
Princess Picture Library 103
Princess Picture Library 111

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Rampage

Rampage Monthly 13

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Rampage Monthly 18

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Rampage Monthly 19

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Rampage Monthly 21

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Rampage Monthly 24
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Rampage Monthly 29
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Rampage Monthly 31
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Rampage Monthly 35
Rampage Monthly 46
Rampage Monthly 53

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Roy of the Rovers

Roy of the Rovers 1992-04-11
Roy of the Rovers 1992-04-18
Roy of the Rovers 1992-04-25

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Savage Sword of Conan

Savage Sword of Conan Magazine 002

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Scream

Scream 1984-09-15
Scream 1984-09-22
Scream 1984-09-29
Scream 1984-10-06
Scream 1984-10-13
Scream 1984-10-20
Scream 1984-10-27
Scream 1984-11-03
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Secrets Of The Unknown

Secrets Of The Unknown 081
Secrets Of The Unknown 082
Secrets Of The Unknown 083
Secrets Of The Unknown 084
Secrets Of The Unknown 085

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Secrets Of The Unknown 086
Secrets Of The Unknown 087
Secrets Of The Unknown 088
Secrets Of The Unknown 089
Secrets Of The Unknown 090

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Smash!

Smash! 1968-03-09
Smash! 1968-03-30 Upgrade
Smash! 1970-01-10 Upgrade

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Spider-Man

Spider-Man And Hulk Weekly 1980-10-09

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St. Swithin’s Day

St. Swithin’s Day

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Star Trek

Star Trek Annual 1973

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Stories For Christmas

Stories For Christmas 1981

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Storm

Storm 01

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Super Heroes Monthly

Super Heroes Monthly v1 02 Upgrade
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Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear 1972-10-21
Teddy Bear 1972-10-28
Teddy Bear 1973-06-02
Teddy Bear 1973-06-30
Teddy Bear 1973-07-07

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Teddy Bear 1973-07-14
Teddy Bear 1973-07-21
Teddy Bear 1973-07-28

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Teddy Bear 1973-08-04
Teddy Bear 1973-08-11
Teddy Bear 1973-08-18

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Thor

Thor And The X-Men 32

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Thriller Picture Library

Thriller Picture Library 023
Thriller Picture Library 031
Thriller Picture Library 037

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Thriller Picture Library 107
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Thriller Picture Library 261
Thriller Picture Library 264
Thriller Picture Library 265

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Tiger

Tiger 1960-07-02 Upgrade
Tiger 1960-11-19
Tiger 1960-12-10
Tiger 1960-12-31
Tiger 1961-01-21 Upgrade
Tiger 1961-02-04

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Tiger 1961-07-01
Tiger 1961-08-12
Tiger 1961-08-19
Tiger 1963-03-30
Tiger 1980-05-17 Upgrade

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Tiger Annual 1964 Upgrade

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Treasure Book

Treasure Book Of Princess Marigold

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Trident

Trident 01
Trident 02
Trident 03
Trident 04

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TV Comic

TV Comic 1975-08-09

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Usborne Book

Usborne Book – How To Draw Cartoons And Caricatures

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Valiant

Valiant – Advertising Flyer April 1966
Valiant Annual 1981 Upgrade

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Vulcan

Vulcan 1976-12-11
Vulcan 1976-12-18
Vulcan 1976-12-25
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Proteus

Proteus was a gaming magazine published in the late 1980s (1984 to 1988) with the aim of being “A Complete Fantasy Adventure Game Magazine”. It was not a Fighting Fantasy-oriented magazine like Warlock, and the adventures published in it were independent of Titan. However, it does have a link to Fighting Fantasy canon in that the third and installment of Ruth Pracy’s The Flat Lands series was published in Proteus, the first two instalments having been published in Warlock. Warlock itself had ceased publication before the third instalment could be published.

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Story Teller

Story Teller (sold as Story Time in Australia and New Zealand. In Italy Story Teller 1 was sold as I Raccontastorie while Story Teller 2 as C’era una volta) was a magazine partwork published by Marshall Cavendish between 1982 and 1985.

The original Story Teller was released from December 1982 and throughout 1983 as a fortnightly partwork. Each magazine contained a selection of children’s stories, some traditional folk tales like “Anansi the Spiderman”, some children’s tales such as Gobbolino, the Witch’s Cat, and some contemporary works written especially for the series, like “Timbertwig”. Most issues contained a poem or two, as well. The stories were accompanied by lavish colour artwork, and inside each issue was an offer to purchase custom made binders for the magazine as well as cases to hold the tapes. Each issue of Story Teller came with a cover-mounted cassette tape containing a reading of the stories, complete with music and sound effects. What set Story Teller apart from other partworks was the stories were read by professional actors and celebrities of the time, including Richard Briers, Sheila Hancock, Derek Jacobi, and Nigel Lambert.

Two distinguishing features of the audio cassettes were the “Story Teller” jingle that introduced and ended each tape and the characteristic “ping” that sounded when the time came to turn the pages to encourage children to read along. The “Story Teller” jingle is an existing track called “Children’s Carnival” by Ted Atking and Alain Feanch.[1][2]

Longer stories were split over multiple issues to encourage parents to buy the next issue. These were referred to as Story Teller Serials. As one serial came to end, another would start. Many of these would be simple two-part stories, but a selection of stories (usually well-known ones such as Peter Pan and the Wizard of Oz) were spread over several issues. Pinocchio was the longest serial, with seven installments.

The original collection was 26 issues long with each tape lasting up to 45 minutes. An exception was issue 26, which was 90 minutes long because it also contained the special preview issue for Story Teller 2, which immediately followed the original series.

(The New Zealand and Australian Story Time only ran for 1 series, so the final Issue 26 was the standard 45 minutes long and did not feature the special preview for the next series. This was the sole difference between its UK counterpart; the cassettes and artwork were otherwise identical. Similarly, the cassette carry case was available in Australia. However, in New Zealand, a smaller box was provided, made out of cardboard wrapped in a red plastic with small domes at the corners joining it all together and a piece of Velcro for the flap on the top).

Story Teller 2, which was previewed in issue 26 of the original Story Teller series in the UK, continued the tradition of the original by combining traditional and contemporary children’s stories. (In New Zealand and Australia, Story Time only ran for 1 series.)

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Agatha Christie

Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, Lady Mallowan, DBE (née Miller; 15 September 1890 – 12 January 1976) was an English writer known for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, particularly those revolving around fictional detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. She also wrote the world’s longest-running play, The Mousetrap, which was performed in the West End from 1952 to 2020, as well as six novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott. In 1971, she was made a Dame (DBE) for her contributions to literature. Guinness World Records lists Christie as the best-selling fiction writer of all time, her novels having sold more than two billion copies.

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ABC Murders

The A.B.C. Murders is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 6 January 1936 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company on 14 February of the same year. The UK edition retailed at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6) and the US edition at $2.00.

The book features the characters of Hercule Poirot, Arthur Hastings and Chief Inspector Japp. The form of the novel is unusual, combining first- and third-person narrative. This approach was famously pioneered by Charles Dickens in Bleak House, and was tried by Agatha Christie in The Man in the Brown Suit. What is unusual in The A.B.C. Murders is that the third-person narrative is supposedly reconstructed by the first-person narrator, Hastings. This approach shows Christie’s commitment to experimenting with point of view, famously exemplified by The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.

The novel was well received in the UK and the US when it was published. One reviewer said it was “a baffler of the first water,” while another remarked on Christie’s ingenuity in the plot.

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Adventure Of The Christmas Pudding

The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding and a Selection of Entrees is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 24 October 1960. It is the only Christie first edition published in the UK that contains stories with both Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, the writer’s two most famous detectives. It retailed in the UK for twelve shillings and sixpence (12/6) and comprises six cases. It was not published in the US although the stories it contains were published in other volumes there.

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1.1 The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding, or The Theft of the Royal Ruby
1.2 The Mystery of the Spanish Chest
1.3 The Under Dog
1.4 Four and Twenty Blackbirds
1.5 The Dream
1.6 Greenshaw’s Folly

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After The Funeral

After the Funeral is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in March 1953 under the title of Funerals are Fatal and in UK by the Collins Crime Club on 18 May of the same year under Christie’s original title. The US edition retailed at $2.50 and the UK edition at ten shillings and sixpence (10/6).

A 1963 UK paperback issued by Fontana Books changed the title to Murder at the Gallop to tie in with the film version. The book features the author’s Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, but the Murder at the Gallop film adaptation instead featured her amateur sleuth, Miss Marple.

A wealthy man dies at home. His relatives gather after his funeral for the reading of his will, during which his sister states that he was murdered. The next day, she is found murdered. Poirot is called in to solve the mystery.

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Appointment With Death

The book features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and reflects Christie’s experiences travelling in the Middle East with her husband, the archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan.
Holidaying in Jerusalem, Poirot overhears Raymond Boynton telling his sister, “You do see, don’t you, that she’s got to be killed?” Their stepmother, Mrs Boynton, is a sadistic tyrant who dominates her family. When she is found dead on a trip to Petra, Poirot proposes to solve the case in twenty-four hours, even though he has no way of knowing whether it was murder.

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Big Four

The Big Four is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the UK by William Collins & Sons on 27 January 1927 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year. It features Hercule Poirot, Arthur Hastings, and Inspector Japp. The UK edition retailed at seven shillings and sixpence and the US edition at $2.00.

The structure of the novel is different from other Poirot stories, as it began from twelve short stories (eleven in the US) that had been separately published. This is a tale of international intrigue and espionage, therefore opening up the possibility of more spy fiction from Christie.

Read by Hugh Fraser the actor who portrays Captain Hastings in the TV series.

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Black Coffee

Black Coffee is a novelization by the Australian-born writer and opera expert Charles Osborne of the 1930 play of the same name by crime fiction author Agatha Christie.
The novelization was first published in the United Kingdom by Harper Collins on 2 November 1998 and in the United States by St. Martin’s Press on 31 December 1998. It features Christie’s famous literary creation Hercule Poirot, a London-based Belgian private detective.
Until the 1998 publication of the novel, the play on which it was based was one of the least known pieces in the Christie canon.

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By The Pricking Of My Thumbs

While visiting Tommy’s Aunt Ada at Sunny Ridge Nursing Home, Tuppence encounters some odd residents including Mrs. Lancaster who mystifies her with talk about “your poor child” and “something behind the fireplace”.

When Aunt Ada dies a few weeks later, she leaves Tommy and Tuppence a painting featuring a house, which Tuppence is sure she has seen before. This realization leads her on a dangerous adventure involving a missing tombstone, diamond smuggling and a horrible discovery of what Mrs. Lancaster was talking about.

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Cards On The Table

Read by Hugh Fraser the actor who portrays Captain Hastings in the TV series.

This book features the recurring characters of Hercule Poirot, Colonel Race, Superintendent Battle and the bumbling crime writer Ariadne Oliver, making her first appearance in a Poirot novel. The four detectives and four possible suspects play bridge after dinner with Mr Shaitana. At the end of the evening, Mr Shaitana is discovered murdered. Identifying the murderer, per Mrs Christie, depends wholly on discerning the psychology of the suspects.

This novel was well received at first printing and in later reviews. It was noted for its humour, for the subtlety of the writing, good clueing and tight writing, showing continuing improvement in the author’s writing style in this, her twentieth novel. One later reviewer considered this in the top rung of her novels, and another found it to be most original, with a brilliant surprise ending.

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Cat Among The Pigeons

It features Christie’s Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, who makes a very late appearance in the final third of the novel. The emphasis on espionage in the early part of the novel relates it to Christie’s international adventures.
At the start of the summer term at Meadowbank School for Girls, the most prestigious prep school in England, Miss Bulstrode, the popular but aging headmistress, has no reason to believe that the challenges facing her on parent’s day will be more than the occasional irate or inebriated parent. She scarcely listens when Mrs Upjohn, a parent, who just happened to have worked in military intelligence, looks out the window and recognizes on the school campus someone whom she recognised and whose presence at the school apparently surprised but did not alarm her. Mrs Upjohn is still talking but the crucial moment has passed. After Mrs Upjohn leaves, Miss Bulstrode has a sudden feeling that she has missed something important to which she should have paid more attention but then dismissed the notion.

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Clocks

The novel is notable for the fact that Poirot never visits any of the crime scenes or speaks to any of the witnesses or suspects. He is challenged to prove his claim that a crime can be solved by the exercise of the intellect alone. The novel marks the return of partial first-person narrative, a technique that Christie had largely abandoned earlier in the Poirot sequence but which she had employed in the previous Ariadne Oliver novel, The Pale Horse (1961). There are two interwoven plots: the mystery Poirot works on from his armchair while the police work on the spot, and a Cold War spy story told in the first person narrative.

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Crooked House

Crooked House (published in 1949) is a whodunit novel by Agatha Christie. The action takes place in and near London in the autumn of 1947. Christie has said that this was one of her two favorites of her own works, the other being Ordeal by Innocence.
Plot summary
Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.
The first person narrator is Charles Hayward who, towards the end of the Second World War, occupies some post in Cairo. There he meets Sophia Leonides, who works for the Foreign Office there. They fall in love with each other but put off getting engaged until after the end of the war when they will be reunited back home in England.

When Hayward arrives back home it is only to find an obituary in The Times: Sophia’s grandfather, Aristide Leonides, has died, aged 87. Due to the war, the whole family has been living together under one roof, in a large house near London, among them Leonides’ second wife, whom many in the family dislike and see as nothing more than a gold digger.
When the news is broken that Aristide Leonides has been poisoned, via a diabetic injection, Charles is unwittingly drawn into the case.

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Curtain

The novel features Hercule Poirot and Arthur Hastings in their final appearances in Christie’s works. It is a country house novel, with all the characters and the murder set in one house. Not only does the novel return the characters to the setting of her first, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, but it reunites Poirot and Hastings, who last appeared together in Dumb Witness in 1937. It was adapted for television in 2013.

It is the last novel published by Christie before her death, although Sleeping Murder, published posthumously, is her final novel. Neither was the last novel written by Christie.

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Dead Man’s Folly

Sir George and Lady Stubbs are holding the village fete in their grounds. it is to be a fete with a difference, for well-known mystery writer Ariadne Oliver is to organise a Murder Hunt as the main event. Every detail is arranged with her customary flair and ingenuity – and the scene is set for Murder. But Ariadne is uncomfortable. Something is not quite right – if only she knew what it was. In desperation she telephones her old friend Hercule Poirot for assistance…

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Death Comes As The End

Death Comes as the End is a historical mystery novel by Agatha Christie, it is the only one of Christie’s novels not to be set in the 20th century, and – unusually for her – also features no European characters. Instead, the novel is set in Thebes in 2000 BC, a setting for which Christie gained an appreciation of while working with her archaeologist husband, Sir Max Mallowan in the Middle East. The novel is notable for its very high number of deaths and is comparable to And Then There Were None from this standpoint. It is also the first full-length novel combining historical fiction and the whodunit/detective story, a genre which would later come to be called the historical whodunit.[3][4][5]
The suggestion to base the story in ancient Egypt came from noted Egyptologist and family friend Stephen Glanville. He also assisted Christie with details of daily household life in Egypt 4000 years ago. In addition he made forceful suggestions to Christie to change the ending of the book. This she did but regretted the fact afterwards, feeling that her (unpublished) ending was better. The novel is based on some real letters, translated by egyptologist Battiscombe Gunn, from the Egyptian Middle Kingdom period from a man called Heqanakhte to his family, complaining about their behavior and treatment of his concubine.[6]

It is one of only four Christie novels to have not received an adaptation of any kind (such as screen, stage or radio) and one of only five of her novels to have not received a screen adaptation, the others being Destination Unknown, Passenger to Frankfurt, Postern of Fate and Crooked House.
Christie uses a theme for her chapter titles, as she did for many of her novels, in this case the Egyptian agricultural calendar.

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Death in the clouds

Death in the Clouds is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie, first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company on 10 March 1935 under the title of Death in the Air[1] and in the UK by the Collins Crime Club in the July of the same year under Christie’s original title.[2] The US edition retailed at $2.00[1] and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6).[2] The book features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and Chief Inspector Japp.

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Death on the Nile

Read by David Suchet, the actor that played Hercule Poirot in the British TV series.
Death on the Nile is a book of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 1 November 1937 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company the following year. The UK edition retailed at seven shillings and sixpence(7/6) and the US edition at $2.00. The full length novel was preceded (1934) by a short story with the same title, but with Parker Pyne as the detective. The details of the short story’s plot are substantially different, tho the settings and some of the characters are very similar.
The book features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. The action takes place in Egypt, mostly on the Nile River.

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Dumb Witness

Read by Hugh Fraser the actor who portrays Captain Hastings in the TV series.
The book features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and is narrated by his friend Arthur Hastings. One novel published after this one features Hastings as narrator, 1975’s Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case.

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Elephants Can Remember

Elephants Can Remember is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in 1972.
It features her Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and the recurring character Ariadne Oliver. This was the last Christie novel to feature either character, although in terms of publication it was succeeded by Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case, which had been written in the early 1940s but published last. The novel is notable for its concentration on memory and oral testimony.
At a literary luncheon, Mrs Burton-Cox, to whose son Celia Ravenscroft is engaged, approaches Mrs Ariadne Oliver, a school friend of the late Margaret Ravenscroft and godmother to her daughter. Mrs Burton-Cox asks Mrs Oliver what she believes is an important question: which of Celia’s parents was the murderer, and which was murdered?

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Evil Under The Sun

In this novel, Agatha Christie does what she does best: assembles a group of diverse characters on holiday, has one of them murdered, and provides the rest with plenty of opportunity and motive to have committed the crime.
Arlena Marshall is a beautiful woman known for her affairs with men, both before and during her marriage. While on holiday at the Jolly Roger Hotel on England’s South Coast, she openly cavorts with Patrick Redfern while her husband and his wife watch helplessly. Tragedy is inevitable and few are surprised when Arlena is murdered.
What sets Christie apart from other mystery writers is the wonderful skill she exhibits with characterizations. This novel, one of her best in my opinion, is complete with many well-developed ones which make for a believable crime. Miss Rosamund Darnley, a talented dress designer, and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Gardener, the outspoken American woman and her long-suffering husband, are just a few of the many who fill this story. And of course, the famous detective Hercule Poirot also happens to be on holiday here at the time of the murder. Everybody is a suspect as voodoo practices, drug-smuggling, religious mania, and two murders from the past add intrigue.

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Five Little Pigs

The book features Hercule Poirot. The novel is notable as a rigorous attempt to demonstrate Poirot’s repeatedly stated contention that it is possible to solve a mystery purely by reflecting upon the testimony of the participants, and without access to the scene of the crime. This was the last novel of an especially prolific phase of Christie’s work on Poirot. She published thirteen Poirot novels between 1935 and 1942 out of a total of eighteen novels in that period. By contrast, she published only two Poirot novels in the next eight years, indicating the possibility that she was experiencing some frustration with her most popular character. Five Little Pigs is unusual in the way that the same events are retold from several standpoints.

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Hallowe’en Party

The novel features Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and the mystery novelist Ariadne Oliver. A girl at a Hallowe’en party with Ariadne Oliver in attendance, claims she witnessed a murder, which at the time as she was so young, she had not realized was a murder. Soon, the girl is found murdered. Oliver calls in Poirot to find the cause of this and the next murder. This book was dedicated to P.G. Wodehouse.
During the preparation of a Hallowe’en party in Woodleigh Common, thirteen-year-old Joyce Reynolds tells everyone, including Ariadne Oliver, that she saw a murder once, but only recently realised that it was a murder that she had seen. At the end of the party, Joyce is found drowned in an apple-bobbing tub. Mrs Oliver is visiting her friend Judith Butler, whose daughter Miranda (age 12) is too ill to attend the party. With Mrs Oliver’s help, Poirot must unmask the real evil of the night.

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Hercule Poirot’s Christmas

When multi-millionaire Simeon Lee unexpectedly invites his family to gather at his home for Christmas, the gesture is met with suspicion by many of the guests. Simeon is not given to family sentiment, and not all of the family are on good terms with one another. To make things worse, he has invited the black sheep of the family, Harry, and Simeon’s granddaughter, Pilar, whom none of them has ever met before. Simeon is intent on playing a sadistic game with his family’s emotions. An unexpected guest – Stephen Farr, son of Simeon Lee’s former partner in the diamond mines – means that the house is full of potential suspects when the game turns deadly.

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Hickory Dickory Dock

It features her Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. The novel is notable for featuring Poirot’s efficient secretary, Miss Felicity Lemon, who had previously only appeared in the Poirot short stories.
An outbreak of apparent kleptomania at a student hostel arouses Hercule Poirot’s interest when he sees the bizarre list of stolen and vandalized items. These include a stethoscope, some light bulbs, some old flannel trousers, a box of chocolates, a slashed rucksack, some boracic powder and a diamond ring later found in a bowl of a soup – he congratulates the warden, Mrs Hubbard, on a ‘unique and beautiful problem’.

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Hollow

On the morning that he and his downtrodden wife, Gerda, are due to travel down to the country to weekend with friends, Dr John Christow, a successful physician and leading researcher, allows his little daughter to tell his fortune with cards. When the death card is drawn, he pays no attention, but the appearance of an old flame at The Hollow seems to be the final link in a chain of fatal circumstances.

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Labours Of Hercules

Poirot sets himself a challenge before he retires – to solve 12 cases which correspond with the labours of his classical Greek namesake! In appearance Hercule Poirot hardly resembled an ancient Greek hero. Yet — reasoned the detective — like Hercules he had been responsible for ridding society of some of its most unpleasant monsters. So, in the period leading up to his retirement, Poirot made up his mind to accept just twelve more cases: his self-imposed ‘Labours’. Each would go down in the annals of crime as a heroic feat of deduction.

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Lord Edgware Dies

Read by Hugh Fraser the actor who portrays Captain Hastings in the TV series.

Lord Edgware Dies is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club in September 1933 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year under the title of Thirteen at Dinner. Before its book publication, the novel was serialised in six issues (March–August 1933) of The American Magazine as13 For Dinner.

The novel features Hercule Poirot, Arthur Hastings and Chief Inspector Japp. An American actress married to Lord Edgware asks Poirot to aid her in getting a divorce from her husband. Poirot agrees to help her, meeting her husband. That evening, the actress is seen at a dinner with thirteen guests, which has an associated superstition. By the next morning Lord Edgware and another American actress are found murdered, each at their own homes. Poirot investigates.

The novel was well received at publication, in both London and New York, noting the clue that came from the chance remark of a stranger, calling it ingenious. A later review called it clever and unusual.

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Man In The Brown Suit

Like The Secret Adversary, The Man in the Brown Suit is less a novel of pure detection than it is a thriller typical of its period. It follows the adventures of Anne Beddingfeld as she becomes involved in a world of diamond thieves, murderers, and political intrigue in this tale set in exotic South Africa. Colonel Race makes his first appearance in the novel; he later appears in Cards on the Table,Sparkling Cyanide, and Death on the Nile.

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Monogram Murders

“I’m a dead woman, or I shall be soon . . .”

Hercule Poirot’s quiet supper in a London coffeehouse is interrupted when a young woman confides to him that she is about to be murdered. Though terrified, she begs Poirot not to find and punish her killer. Once she is dead, she insists, justice will have been done. Later that night, Poirot learns that three guests at a London Hotel have been murdered, and a monogrammed cuff link has been placed in each one’s mouth. Could there be a connection with the frightened woman? While Poirot struggles to put together the bizarre pieces of the puzzle, the murderer prepares another hotel bedroom for a fourth victim.
Since the publication of her first novel in 1920, more than two billion copies of Agatha Christie’s books have been sold around the globe. Now, for the first time ever, the guardians of her legacy have approved a brand-new novel featuring Dame Agatha’s most beloved creation, Hercule Poirot.
Internationally bestselling author Sophie Hannah breathes new life into the incomparable detective. In this thrilling tale, Poirot plunges into a mystery set in 1920s London—a diabolically clever puzzle that will test his brilliant skills and baffle and delight longtime Christie fans and new generations of readers discovering him for the first time. Authorized by Christie’s family, and featuring the most iconic detective of all time, this instant Christie classic is sure to be celebrated by mystery lovers the world over.

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Mrs McGinty’s Dead

Hercule Poirot is feeling bored, so he is delighted when he is visited by his old friend Superintendent Spence of the Kilchester Police. Spence has recently been in charge of murder case, an old charwoman, Mrs McGinty, has been brutally bludgeoned to death. Her lodger, James Bentley, has been convicted of her murder and is due to hang. But Spence is convinced Bentley didn’t do it, and he wants Poirot to find out who did.
So Poirot goes to stay in the village of Broadhinny, where the grizzly deed was done, and he soon begins to uncover reasons why other people might have wanted Mrs McGinty dead. While striving to discover the real murderer, he also has to cope with the appalling conditions at the truly terrible ‘guest house’ he is staying at. The Summerhayes, whose house it is, have no idea how to run a guest house, nor even how to prepare an edible meal.
The scenes where Poirot’s sufferings at the Summerhayes’s horrible guest house are described are among the funniest in the book, which is replete with humour. There are many interesting characters, especially the scatty but charming Maureen Summerhayes, whom Poirot likes in spite of her atrocious cooking. The character of the convicted murderer Jame Bentley is particularly good, he is utterly unprepossessing, which makes Poirot all the more determined to prove him innocent.

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Murder In Mesopotamia

Murder in Mesopotamia is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 6 July 1936 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year. The UK edition retailed at seven shillings and sixpence(7/6) and the US edition at $2.00.

The book features Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. The novel is set at an archaeological excavation in Iraq, and descriptive details derive from the author’s visit to the Royal Cemetery at Ur where she met her husband, Sir Max Mallowan, and other British archaeologists.

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Murder Is Easy

On her way to Scotland Yard to report several murders in her village, an elderly woman encounters retired policeman Luke Fitzwilliam. He dismisses her ravings about the murderer finding it easy to kill, as long as no one knows who he is–until two more killings occur, one of which is the old lady’s. Previously titled Easy to Kill.

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Murder of Roger Ackroyd

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in June 1926 in the United Kingdom.
Read by Hugh Fraser the actor who portrays Captain Hastings in the TV series.
Poirot retires to a village near the home of a friend, Roger Ackroyd, to pursue a project to perfect vegetable marrows. Soon after, Ackroyd is murdered and Poirot must come out of retirement to solve the case.

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Murder on the Links

The Murder on the Links is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the UK in 1923.
The story takes place in northern France, giving Poirot a hostile competitor from the Paris Sûreté. Poirot’s long memory for past or similar crimes proves useful in resolving the crimes. The book is notable for a subplot in which Hastings falls in love, a development “greatly desired on Agatha’s part… parcelling off Hastings to wedded bliss in the Argentine.”

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Murder on the Orient Express

Read by David Suchet, the actor that played Hercule Poirot in the British TV series.
Murder on the Orient Express is a detective novel by Agatha Christie featuring the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. It was first published in the United Kingdom by the Collins Crime Club on 1 January 1934. In the United States, it was published on 28 February 1934, under the title of Murder in the Calais Coach, by Dodd, Mead and Company. The U.K. edition retailed at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6) and the U.S. edition at $2.00.
The U.S. title of Murder in the Calais Coach was used to avoid confusion with the 1932 Graham Greene novel Stamboul Train which had been published in the United States as Orient Express.

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Mysterious Affair At Styles

The Mysterious Affair at Styles is a detective novel by British writer Agatha Christie. It was written in the middle of the First World War, in 1916, and first published by John Lane in the United States in October 1920 and in the United Kingdom by The Bodley Head (John Lane’s UK company) on 21 January 1921.

Styles was Christie’s first published novel. It introduced Hercule Poirot, Inspector (later, Chief Inspector) Japp, and Arthur Hastings. Poirot, a Belgian refugee of the Great War, is settling in England near the home of Emily Inglethorp, who helped him to his new life. His friend Hastings arrives as a guest at her home. When the woman is killed, Poirot uses his detective skills to solve the mystery.

The book includes maps of the house, the murder scene, and a drawing of a fragment of a will. The true first publication of the novel was as a weekly serial in The Times, including the maps of the house and other illustrations included in the book. This novel was one of the first ten books published by Penguin Books when it began in 1935.

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Mystery Of The Blue Train

The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins & Sons on 29 March 1928 and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year. The UK edition retailed at seven shillings and sixpence and the US edition at $2.00. The book features her detective Hercule Poirot.

Poirot boards Le Train Bleu, bound for the French Riviera. So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance. On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover. The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation. The famous ruby, “Heart of Fire”, which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing.

Read by Hugh Fraser the actor who portrays Captain Hastings in the TV series.

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N Or M

After the outbreak of the Second World War and many years after they worked for British intelligence, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford feel useless and sidelined. When Tommy alone is approached to go undercover once more, however, Tuppence decides to join him on his mission whether invited or not. Through good sleuthing she learns where he is to be sent and actually arrives there before him. They begin a search for German fifth columnists. Another British agent that was following these Germans left a cryptic message on his deathbed: “N or M. Song Susie”. Grant knew that “Song Susie” stood for Sans Souci, a hotel in (fictional) seaside Leahampton, based on Bournemouth; “N” and “M” were two German spies, one male and one female. Tommy is to go to Sans Soucito investigate whether N, M or both are at the hotel and to figure out their identities.

Both N and M’s identities are revealed at the end of the book; “N” is a top German spy—who is shot by British intelligence at the book’s conclusion as he threatens Tuppence’s life—and “M” is his female co-conspirator.

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One Two Buckle My Shoe

This is one of several of Christie’s crime fiction novels to feature both the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, and Chief Inspector Japp. This is Japp’s final novel appearance. It also bears a stark resemblance with one of Christie’s previous novels, Three Act Tragedy which features similar elements with respect to the denouement and also the plot on the whole.
When Hercule Poirot’s own dentist, Henry Morley, is found dead from a gunshot wound, the official verdict is that he has killed himself; a verdict apparently supported when it appears that he has given one of his patients a fatal overdose of anesthetic. Poirot suspects, however, that there is more to the case than at first appears, and soon events confirm his worst suspicions.

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Ordeal By Innocence

Feeling a sense of duty to the Argyles, Calgary is surprised when his revelation has a disturbing effect on the family – it means one of the family is a murderer! Read by Hugh Fraser who plays Captain Hastings in the popular TV series. Dr. Arthur Calgary takes a ferry across the Rubicon River to Sunny Point, the home of the Argyle family. A year before, the matriarch of the family was murdered and a son, Jack, was convicted and sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison. Throughout the trial Jack had maintained his innocence, claiming he was hitchhiking on the night of the murder and he had been picked up by a middle-aged man in a dark car. Unable to locate this mystery man the police viewed Jack’s as a lie. Calgary was the stranger in question, but he arrives to late for Jack – who succumbs to pneumonia after serving just six months of his sentence. Feeling a sense of duty to the Argyles, Calgary is surprised when his revelation has a disturbing effect on the family – it means
one of the family is a murderer!

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Pale Horse

The novel features her novelist detective Ariadne Oliver as a minor character, and reflects in tone the supernatural novels of Dennis Wheatley who was then at the height of his popularity. The Pale Horse is mentioned in Revelation 6:8, where it is ridden by Death.
A dying woman, Mrs Davis, gives her last confession to Father Gorman, a Catholic priest, but along with her confession she gives him a list of names and a terrible secret. Before he can take action, however, he is struck dead in the fog. As the police begin to investigate, a young hero begins to piece together evidence that sets him upon a converging path.

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Partners In Crime

Tommy and Tuppence Beresford were restless for adventure, so when they were asked to take over Blunt’s International Detective Agency, they leapt at the chance.

After their triumphant recovery of a pink pearl, intriguing cases kept on coming their way: a stabbing on Sunningdale golf course; cryptic messages in the personal columns of newspapers; and even a box of poisoned chocolates.

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Passenger To Frankfurt

When a bored diplomat is approached in a bleak airport by a woman whose life is in danger, he agrees in a moment of weakness to lend her his passport and boarding ticket. Suddenly, Stafford Nye’s own life is on the line, for he has unwittingly entered a web of international intrigue, from which the only escape is to outwit the power-crazed Countess von Waldsausen who is hell-bent on world domination through the manipulation and arming of the planet’s youth, which brings with it what promises to be a resurgence of Nazi domination.

The book is noted for its ambiguous ending, unusual for Agatha Christie.
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Peril at End House

Read by Hugh Fraser the actor who portrays Captain Hastings in the TV series.

Peril at End House is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie first published in the US by the Dodd, Mead and Company in February 1932 and in the UK by the Collins Crime Club in March of the same year. The US edition retailed at $2.00 and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6).

The book features Christie’s famous character Hercule Poirot, as well as Arthur Hastings and Chief Inspector Japp, and is the sixth novel featuring Poirot. Poirot and Hastings vacation in Cornwall, meeting young Magdala “Nick” Buckley and her friends. He is persuaded that someone is out to kill her. They meet all of her friends at her home called End House. Though he aims to protect Nick, a murder happens provoking Poirot to mount a serious investigation.

The novel was well received when first published, with the plot remarked as unusually ingenious and diabolically clever by reviewers. Writing in 1990, Robert Barnard found it cunning, but not one of Christie’s very best. It has been adapted to stage, radio, film, television, graphic novel, and a computer game, and translated to many other languages as a book.

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Poirot Investigates

Poirot Investigates is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK.

1.01 The Adventure of the Western Star
1.02 The Tragedy at Marsdon Manor
1.03 The Adventure of the Cheap Flat
1.04 The Mystery of Hunter’s Lodge
1.05 The Million Dollar Bond Robbery
1.06 The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb
1.07 The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan
1.08 The Kidnapped Prime Minister
1.09 The Disappearance of Mr Davenheim
1.10 The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman
1.11 The Case of the Missing Will

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Poirot’s Early Cases

Poirot’s Early Cases is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by Collins Crime Club in September 1974.
In the collection, Christie charts some of the cases from Hercule Poirot’s early career, before he was internationally renowned as a detective. All the stories had first been published in periodicals between 1923 and 1935.

1.01 The Affair at the Victory Ball
1.02 The Adventure of the Clapham Cook
1.03 The Cornish Mystery
1.04 The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly
1.05 The Double Clue
1.06 The King of Clubs
1.07 The Lemesurier Inheritance
1.08 The Lost Mine
1.09 The Plymouth Express
1.10 The Chocolate Box
1.11 The Submarine Plans
1.12 The Third Floor Flat
1.13 Double Sin
1.14 The Market Basing Mystery
1.15 Wasps’ Nest
1.16 The Veiled Lady
1.17 Problem at Sea
1.18 How Does Your Garden Grow?

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Postern Of Fate

Now in their seventies (though the author never states their age clearly), Tommy and Tuppence move to a quiet English village, looking forward to a peaceful retirement. But, as they soon discover, their rambling old house holds secrets. Who is Mary Jordan? And why has someone left a code message in an old book about her ‘unnatural’ death? Once more, ingenuity and insight are called for as they are drawn into old mysteries and new dangers.

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Sad Cypress

The novel is notable for being the first novel in the Poirot series set at least partly in the courtroom, with lawyers and witnesses exposing the facts underlying Poirot’s solution to the crimes. The title is drawn from a song in Shakespeare’s play Twelfth Night.

The novel was well received, even by her usual critic, who said “Elegiac, more emotionally involving than is usual in Christie, but the ingenuity and superb clueing put it among the very best of the classic titles.” Another reviewer remarked “it is economically written, the clues are placed before the reader with impeccable fairness, the red herrings are deftly laid and the solution will cause many readers to kick themselves.”

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Secret Adversary

The book introduces the characters of Tommy and Tuppence who feature in three other Christie novels and one collection of short stories; the five Tommy and Tuppence books span Agatha Christie’s writing career. The Great War is over, and jobs are scarce. Tommy Beresford and Prudence “Tuppence” Cowley meet and agree to start their own business as The Young Adventurers. They are hired for a job that leads them both to many dangerous situations, meeting allies as well, including an American millionaire in search of his cousin.

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Secret Of Chimneys

It introduces the characters of Superintendent Battleand Lady Eileen “Bundle” Brent. At the request of George Lomax, Lord Caterham reluctantly agrees to host a weekend party at his home, Chimneys. A murder occurs in the house, beginning a week of fast-paced events with police among the guests.
The novel was well received at first publication, described as more than a murder mystery, as it is a treasure hunt. Later reviews found it a first class romp and one of the author’s best early thrillers. The most recent review says the novel requires a hefty suspension of disbelief. The later reviewers note that descriptions of characters use the terminology of the times in which it was written, and might be considered racist decades later.

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Seven Dials Mystery

Gerry Wade had proved himself to be a champion sleeper; so the other house guests decided to play a practical joke on him. Eight alarm clocks were set to go off, one after the other, starting at 6.30 a.m. But when morning arrived, one clock was missing and the prank had backfired with tragic consequences.

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Sittaford Mystery

The Sittaford Mystery is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in 1931 under the title of The Murder at Hazelmoor and in UK by the Collins Crime Club on 7 September of the same year under Christie’s original title. It is the first Christie novel to be given a different title for the US market. The US edition retailed at $2.00 and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6).
Mrs Willett and her daughter host an evening of “table-turning” (a séance) on a snowy winter’s evening in Dartmoor. The spirit tells them that Captain Trevelyan is dead. The roads being impassible to vehicles, Major Burnaby announces his intention to go to the village on foot to check on his friend, where he appears to find the prediction has come true. Emily Trefusis, engaged to Trevelyan’s nephew, uncovers the mystery along with the police.
The novel was well-received, with praise for the character Miss Emily Trefusis. The references to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, alive when the book was published, and the elements of the setting that hearken to The Hound of the Baskervilles (published in 1902) were also noted and appreciated.

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Sparkling Cyanide

Sparkling Cyanide is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in February 1945 under the title of Remembered Death and in UK by the Collins Crime Club in the December of the same year under Christie’s original title. The US edition retailed at $2.00 and the UK edition at eight shillings and sixpence (8/6 – 42½p).

The novel features the recurring character of Colonel Race for his last appearance to solve the mysterious deaths of a married couple, exactly one year apart. The plot of this novel expands the plot of a short story, Yellow Iris.

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Taken at the Flood

When Rosaleen Cloade comes to sleepy Warmsley Vale to collect on her
late spouse’s sizable inheritance, the Cloade family — who all rely
in various ways on the funds from their dear departed Uncle Gordon —
have other plans for the money.
This classic Christie, originally published as THERE IS A TIDE, opens
with Hercule Poirot in a London club, where he overhears a story that
later helps to sort out a tangled murder case. Hugh Fraser, known to
PBS “Mystery” fans in the role of Poirot’s sidekick, Captain Hastings,
is elegant in the voices of the gentry–sowing bewilderment and an undercurrent of guilt to keep readers wondering to the end just who may be the villains.
Fraser is equally deft in portraying the village folk and the Irish
gate-crashers who married into the Cloade family and won the family
fortune when a bomb in the London Blitz killed patriarch Gordon Cloade.

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They Came To Baghdad

The book was inspired by Christie’s own trips to Baghdad with her second husband, archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan, and is also one of few Christie novels belonging to the action and spy fiction genres, rather than to mysteries and whodunnits.
A secret summit of superpowers is to be held in Baghdad, but it is no longer secret. A shadowy group (which is both anti-Communist and anti-Capitalist) is plotting to sabotage the event. Things get complicated when enthusiastic young “adventurer” Victoria Jones discovers a dying secret British agent – Henry “Fakir” Carmichael – in her hotel room. His last words – “Lucifer…Basrah…Lefarge” – propel her into investigation. “Lucifer” refers to the mastermind, Victoria’s false lover Edward, who is behind the plot. “Basrah” is thecity where Carmichael saw Edward and recognised him as an enemy. “Lefarge” turns out to actually be “Defarge” and is a reference to a Charles Dickens character; it is an allusion to the fact that the name of a vital witness has been stitched into a scarf.

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Third Girl

It features her Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and the recurring character Ariadne Oliver. The novel is notable for being the first in many years in which Poirot is present from beginning to end. It is uncommon in that the investigation includes discovering the first crime, which happens comparatively late in the novel.

Read by Hugh Fraser

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Three Act Tragedy

Three Act Tragedy is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie first published in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company in 1934 under the title Murder in Three Acts and in the UK by the Collins Crime Club in January 1935 under Christie’s original title. The US edition retailed at $2.00 and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence(7/6).
The book features Hercule Poirot, supported by his friend Mr Satterthwaite, and is the one book in which Satterthwaite collaborates with Poirot. Satterthwaite previously appeared in the stories featuring Harley Quin, in particular those collected in The Mysterious Mr Quin(1930). The novel was adapted for television twice, first in 1986 titled Murder in Three Acts, and again in 2010 as Three Act Tragedy.

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Towards Zero

Lady Tressilian invites her ward for his annual visit at Gull’s Point. He insists on bringing both his former wife and his present wife, though Lady Tressilian finds this awkward. Her old friend dies, and Superintendent Battle and his nephew are called in. The book is the last to feature her recurring character of Superintendent Battle.

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Why Didn’t They Ask Evans

Was it a misstep that sent a handsome stranger plummeting to his death from a cliff? Or something more sinister? Fun-loving adventurers Bobby Jones and Frances Derwent’s suspicions are certainly roused–espeically since the man’s dying words were so peculiar: Why didn’t the ask Evans? Bobby and Frances would love to know. Unfortunately, asking the wrong people has sent the amateur sleuths running for their lives–on a wild and deadly pursuit tod discover who Evans is, what it was he wasn’t asked, and why the mysterious inquiry has put their own lives in mortal danger…

Read by Emilia Fox

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Tom Merry

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Tom Merry and Co – Caravanners
Tom Merry and Co of St Jim’s

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Tom Merry’s Conquest
Tom Merry’s Rival
Tom Merry’s Secret

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Tom Merry’s Triumph
Trouble for Tom Merry

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Sparshott

The Sparshott series was published by William C Merrett in 1945-1946.

Skimpole’s Snapshot
Sparshott 1
Sparshott 2
Sparshott 3
Sparshott 4
Sparshott 5
Sparshott 6

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Romance

The Romance series was published by William C Merrett in 1945-1946. Merrett asked Hamilton if he would try his hand at romance stories so under the pen name of Winston Cardew five stories were published. Issues 1-3 are courtesy of Naveed Haque, issues 4-5 courtesy of Michael Bailey.

Romance Series 1-3

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Mascot

The Mascot booklets were published by John Matthew in the late forties before Hamilton received permission from the Amalgamated Press to use his pre war schools and characters. The schoolboy series featured Bob Hood and Co from Topham school and the Schoolgirl series featured Pam Duncan and Co from St Olive’s school. The stories were written by Charles Hamilton using the pen names Frank and Hilda Richards.

Mascot Schoolboy Series No 1 Top Study at Topham
Mascot Schoolboy Series No 2 Bunny Binks on the Warpath
Mascot Schoolboy Series No 3 The Dandy of Topham
Mascot Schoolboy Series No 4 Sent to Coventry
Mascot Schoolgirl Series No 1 Pamela of St Olives
Mascot Schoolgirl Series No 2 The Stranded Schoolgirls
Mascot Schoolgirl Series No 3 The Jape of the Term
Mascot Schoolgirl Series No 4 The St Olive’s Sweepstake

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D’Arcy

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D’Arcy in Danger

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D’Arcy on the War-Path
D’Arcy the Reformer
D’Arcy’s Day Off
Darcy’s Disappearance

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Bessie Bunter

Elizabeth Gertrude Bunter, better known as Bessie Bunter, is a fictional character created by Charles Hamilton, who also created her more famous brother Billy Bunter.

Bessie Bunter was essentially a female counterpart to her brother Billy, sharing many characteristics with her brother, including her large size and large appetite. She was as unappealing as her brother Billy, being conceited, untruthful, gluttonous and obese, but she was rather more domineering than he was and would usually impose her will by nagging, or, in the case of her brothers, by administering hefty slaps to the head.

Bessie Bunter – Bessie Bunter and the Gold Robbers
Bessie Bunter – Bessie Bunter and the missing fortune
Bessie Bunter – Bessie Bunter and the school informer
Bessie Bunter – Bessie Bunter joins the circus

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Billy Bunter

William George Bunter is a fictional schoolboy created by Charles Hamilton using the pen name Frank Richards. He features in stories set at Greyfriars School, originally published in the boys’ weekly story paper The Magnet from 1908 to 1940. The character has appeared in novels, on television, in stage plays and in comic strips.

He is in the Lower Fourth form of Greyfriars School, known as the Remove, whose members are 14–15 years of age. Originally a minor character, his role was expanded over the years with his antics being heavily used in the stories to provide comic relief and to drive forward the plots.

Bunter’s defining characteristics are his greediness and overweight appearance. His character is, in many respects, that of a highly obnoxious anti-hero. As well as his gluttony, he is obtuse, lazy, racist, nosy, deceitful, slothful, self-important and conceited. These defects, however, are not recognised by Bunter. In his own mind, he is an exemplary character: handsome, talented and aristocratic; and he dismisses most of those around him as “beasts”. The negative sides of Bunter are offset by several genuine redeeming features; such as his tendency, from time to time, to display courage in aid of others; his ability to be generous, on the rare occasions when he has food or cash; and above all his very real love and concern for his mother. All these, combined with Bunter’s cheery optimism, his comically transparent untruthfulness and inept attempts to conceal his antics from his schoolmasters and schoolfellows, combine to make a character that succeeds in being highly entertaining but which rarely attracts the reader’s lasting sympathy.

Billy Bunter Holiday Annual 1967
Billy Bunter’s Own 1953

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Billy Bunter’s Own 1954
Billy Bunter’s Own 1955

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Billy Bunter’s Own 1956
Billy Bunter’s Own 1957
Billy Bunter’s Own 1958

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Billy Bunter’s Own 1959
Billy Bunter’s Own 1960

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Billy Bunter – Backing up Billy Bunter
Billy Bunter – Big Chief Bunter
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter afloat
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter Among the Cannibals

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Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter and the Bank Robber
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter and the Blue Mauritius
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter and the crooked captain
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter and the man from South America
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter and the School Rebellion

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Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter and the secret enemy
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter at butlins
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter Butts In
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter comes for christmas edited by Kay King

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Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter in Brazil
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter of Greyfriars school
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter on the Nile
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter Sportsman
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter the Bold

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Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter the hiker
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunters bad luck
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s Banknote
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s Bargain
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s Barring-Out

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Billy Bunter – Billy Bunters benefit
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunters big top
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s Bodyguard
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s Bolt

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Billy Bunter – Billy Bunters Brainwave
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s Christmas Party
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunters convict
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s Double

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Billy Bunter – Billy Bunter’s first case
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunters postal order
Billy Bunter – Billy Bunters Treasure Hunt
Billy Bunter – Bunter and the Phantom of the Towers

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Billy Bunter – Bunter and the secret of the scarab
Billy Bunter – Bunter comes for christmas
Billy Bunter – Bunter keeps it dark
Billy Bunter – Bunter Out of Bounds
Billy Bunter – Bunter The Bad Lad

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Billy Bunter – Bunter the Caravanner
Billy Bunter – Bunter the Racketeer
Billy Bunter – Bunter the Sportsman
Billy Bunter – Bunter the stowaway

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Billy Bunter – Bunter the tough guy of Greyfriars
Billy Bunter – Bunter the Ventriloquist
Billy Bunter – Bunters Last Fling
Billy Bunter – Just Like Bunter

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Billy Bunter – Lord Billy Bunter
Billy Bunter – Thanks to Bunter
Billy Bunter – The Banishing of Billy Bunter

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Magnet 1930-1940

The Magnet was a United Kingdom weekly boys’ story paper published by Amalgamated Press. It ran from 1908 to 1940, publishing a total of 1683 issues. Each issue contained a long school story about the boys of Greyfriars School, a fictional public school located somewhere in Kent, and were written under the pen-name of Frank Richards. The vast majority of the stories were written by author Charles Hamilton, although substitute writers were sometimes used. The most famous Greyfriars character was Billy Bunter, of the Remove. Most issues of The Magnet also included a shorter serial story (a variety of detective, scouting, and adventure yarns were featured), and many issues also included a newspaper ostensibly produced by the characters themselves and called the Greyfriars Herald. These parts of the paper were not written by Charles Hamilton.

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Magnet 1920-1929

The Magnet was a United Kingdom weekly boys’ story paper published by Amalgamated Press. It ran from 1908 to 1940, publishing a total of 1683 issues. Each issue contained a long school story about the boys of Greyfriars School, a fictional public school located somewhere in Kent, and were written under the pen-name of Frank Richards. The vast majority of the stories were written by author Charles Hamilton, although substitute writers were sometimes used. The most famous Greyfriars character was Billy Bunter, of the Remove. Most issues of The Magnet also included a shorter serial story (a variety of detective, scouting, and adventure yarns were featured), and many issues also included a newspaper ostensibly produced by the characters themselves and called the Greyfriars Herald. These parts of the paper were not written by Charles Hamilton.

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These issues are packed in a different way than usual because of the size of many issues and the quantity of the issues.
They are packed in years.
Normally the packs are individual, with these issues you have to download first all numbered packs into the same folder
and after that just start with unpacking the 1st one and the rest will be unpacked automatically.
I use a Windows based desktop and the packs are made with WinRAR, i don’t know how it works
with other systems and programs.

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Magnet 1908-1919

The Magnet was a United Kingdom weekly boys’ story paper published by Amalgamated Press. It ran from 1908 to 1940, publishing a total of 1683 issues. Each issue contained a long school story about the boys of Greyfriars School, a fictional public school located somewhere in Kent, and were written under the pen-name of Frank Richards. The vast majority of the stories were written by author Charles Hamilton, although substitute writers were sometimes used. The most famous Greyfriars character was Billy Bunter, of the Remove. Most issues of The Magnet also included a shorter serial story (a variety of detective, scouting, and adventure yarns were featured), and many issues also included a newspaper ostensibly produced by the characters themselves and called the Greyfriars Herald. These parts of the paper were not written by Charles Hamilton.

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Gem 1929-1939

“The Gem” was a British story paper, the companion paper to the more famous “The Magnet”. It was published first fortnightly then weekly in the United Kingdom by The Amalgamated Press, running from February 1907 to December 1939 for a total of 1711 issues, when it was then incorporated into “The Nelson Lee Library” as a result of wartime paper shortages.

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Gem 1919-1928

“The Gem” was a British story paper, the companion paper to the more famous “The Magnet”. It was published first fortnightly then weekly in the United Kingdom by The Amalgamated Press, running from February 1907 to December 1939 for a total of 1711 issues, when it was then incorporated into “The Nelson Lee Library” as a result of wartime paper shortages.

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Gem 1909-1918

“The Gem” was a British story paper, the companion paper to the more famous “The Magnet”. It was published first fortnightly then weekly in the United Kingdom by The Amalgamated Press, running from February 1907 to December 1939 for a total of 1711 issues, when it was then incorporated into “The Nelson Lee Library” as a result of wartime paper shortages.

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Gem 1st serie

“The Gem” was a British story paper, the companion paper to the more famous “The Magnet”. It was published first fortnightly then weekly in the United Kingdom by The Amalgamated Press, running from February 1907 to December 1939 for a total of 1711 issues, when it was then incorporated into “The Nelson Lee Library” as a result of wartime paper shortages.

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Main Page Storypapers

A story paper is a periodical publication similar to a literary magazine, but featuring illustrations and text stories, and aimed towards children and teenagers. Also known in Britain as “boys’ weeklies”, story papers were phenomenally popular before the outbreak of the Second World War.

Among the most well-known British story papers was Boy’s Own Paper, which ran from 1879 to 1967.

The first known edition of what would later become known as a “story paper” was The Young Gentleman’s Magazine, published in 1777. The first story paper to really take off was The Boys’ and Girls’ Penny Magazine, first published in September 1832.

In 1866, Charles Stephens began selling Boys of England on the English streets for a penny—the first “penny dreadful”. Story papers in this style minimized the expense of writing in order to produce an extremely cheap product. Strictly speaking, the “penny dreadful” died off by the turn of the century, but this term was still used to refer to story papers throughout their history. The Halfpenny Marvel, first published in 1893, was “founded to counteract the pernicious influences of the Penny Dreadfuls”, according to its title page. A book about these weeklies (also called “bloods” because of their savage contents) was created in 1948 by E. S. Turner, called Boys Will be Boys.

Denis Gifford designated the period between World War I and World War II as the “Golden Age” of story papers. Sales of the story papers were at their highest during these years, as were the fecundity of the authors, the range in genre of magazines, and the colourful variety of the heroes. The most famous story paper hero, Sexton Blake, reached his apex during these years.

World War II caused chaos in Britain, and among other things the story papers had to be shut down as funds were redirected to the war. This is known as the Dark Ages for story papers, and nearly all of the papers ceased printing in 1939 or 1940.

In the 1950s and 1960s, some story papers such as The Rover briefly flourished, but television had a growing influence on the attentions of British children. Mergers between publishing houses finished off the remaining story papers, or modified them to become comic books, in the 1970s. The Rover was the last survivor and ceased publishing in 1973.

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Boys’ Herald 134
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Boys’ Herald 151
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Boys’ Monster Weekly 1899-10-30

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Boys Own Paper 1961-03
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Boys Own Paper 1962-08
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Bullseye 1931-01-24
Bullseye 1931-01-31

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Cheer Boys Cheer 34

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Chums of Lynwood

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Courage 01

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Dreadnought 061
Dreadnought 140
Dreadnought 141
Dreadnought 142

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Dreadnought 143
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Dreadnought 145
Dreadnought 146
Dreadnought 147

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Girls’ Friend Library 700

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Halfpenny Marvel v2 46

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Jester 1462 1929-11-16

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Marvel Library 464
Marvel Library 478
Marvel Library 479

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Marvel Library New Series 150
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Marvel Library New Series 171
Marvel Library New Series 185
Marvel Library New Series 208
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Marvel Library New Series 263
Marvel Library New Series 863
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Modern Boy 013
Modern Boy 014
Modern Boy 040
Modern Boy 041
Modern Boy 180
Modern Boy 255
Modern Boy 358
Modern Boy New Series 44

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Monster Library 04

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Nick Carter New Library 04
Nick Carter New Weekly 462
Nick Carter New Weekly 515

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Nick Carter New Weekly 708
Nick Carter Stories 126

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Nick Carter Stories 129
Nick Carter Stories 136

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Nugget Library 2nd serie 241
Nugget Library 3th serie 49
Nugget Library 3th serie 51

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Pilot 01
Pilot 73

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Puck 898 1921-10-08

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Ranger 84

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School and Sport 01
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Schoolboys’ Pocket Library 01
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Schoolboys’ Pocket Library 23

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Schoolgirls Weekly 613

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Silver Star 1938-10-01

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Tom Merry’s Annual 1949

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Tom Merry’s Own 1950
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Tom Merry’s Own 1954

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Triumph 796
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Triumph 802

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Vanguard Library 05
Vanguard Library 08
Vanguard Library 23
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Vanguard Library 58

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Thriller

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Thriller 81,83,84,95,159,211,317,352

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Thriller 371,487,494,503,507,515,516,531

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Thriller 532,534,535,538,539,540,546,562,564

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Thriller Weekly Library 1929-02-09
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Schoolgirls Own Library

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Schoolfriend

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Schoolfriend 141-147,149-151,156,157,159

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Schoolfriend 160,163,165,166,177,180,184,189,230-232, annual 1927

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Pluck

Pluck was a story paper published by Alfred Harmsworth, later by the Amalgamated Press. The first run was launched on 24 November 1894 and ran 519 issues until 5 November 1904. It relaunched from issue 1 the following week, and ran for another 594 issues before being merged into Boy’s Realm on 18 March 1916. It was launched again on 28 October 1922, and ran for 103 issues, before being merged into The Triumph on 11 October 1924.

Pluck 38,83,94,96,101,105,106,108,110,112,114,116-119

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Pluck 120-132,146,148

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Penny Popular

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Penny Popular New Series 59,68,75-81

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Penny Popular New Series 110,112,115,119,120,122,123,131,200

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Penny Popular New Series 204,209,217,220,222,223,625

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Horners Penny Stories

Horner’s Penny Stories was a small tabloid story-paper published by W.B. Horner & Son based in London.
It was first published in September 1893 and ran for a total of approximately 2,400 issues. It ran as Horner’s Penny Stories from 1893 to 1917, then as:
Horner’s Penny Stories and Woman’s Own from 1917 to 8th March 1919, then as: Horner’s Stories from 15th March 1919 to 5th April 1919, then as:
Horner’s Stories and Woman’s Own from 12th April to 28th June 1919, then finally:
Horner’s Stories from 5th July 1919 until its demise in 1940.
A romantically based publication it usually featured a full length story per issue.

Horners Penny Stories 0404
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Chums

Chums was a boys’ weekly newspaper started in 1892 by Cassell & Company and later, from 1927, published by Amalgamated Press. The publisher gathered the weekly paper into monthly and annual editions. The serial ceased publication in 1941.

Chums was notably the sponsor of the Chums League, Chums Society of Stamp Collectors, Chums Scouts, the British Boy Scouts and the British Boys Naval Brigade/National Naval Cadets.

Started by Cassell & Company in 1892 as a weekly newspaper for boys, it was apparently modelled on—and in competition for readers with—the Boy’s Own Paper, having articles and stories covering various topics. Chums launched with a serial “For Glory and Renown” by D. H. Parry and articles on football training, Harrow School, and Julius Caesar in Britain. Initially Chums had problems gaining readers but two serials, “The Iron Pirate”, by first editor Max Pemberton in 1892, and Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1894, pushed the paper into some success.

Amalgamated Press bought Chums in January 1927 and continued as a weekly. With the 2 July 1932 issue, its publishing schedule was reduced to a monthly issue. The last monthly issue was in July 1934 and became an annual publication issued in September. The serial ceased publication with its 9 September 1941 issue due to paper shortages.

Chums was issued in three different formats, weekly, monthly and annually. While initial published as a weekly paper, a monthly edition was issued including all the weekly issues with a color cover. Some material were only included in the weekly or monthly formats. In the weekly this showed up as an eight-page article insert pages numbered i-viii. The monthly had a color print included.

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Boys’ Realm

The Boys’ Realm (1st Series) was published by the Amalgamated Press and ran to 721 issues from 14th May 1902 to 25th March 1926.

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Boys’ Realm 273
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Boys’ Realm 297
Boys’ Realm 312
Boys’ Realm 326
Boys’ Realm 331
Boys’ Realm 345
Boys’ Realm 357
Boys’ Realm 361
Boys’ Realm 385
Boys’ Realm 395

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Boys’ Realm 414

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Union Jack

The Union Jack was a story paper of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. There were two story papers called Union Jack. The first appeared in the 1880s but was only very short-lived. The name was then used by Alfred Harmsworth in 1894 for a new halfpenny storypaper intended as a companion to the successful Halfpenny Marvel.

Harmsworth considered it his moral duty to put the Penny Dreadfuls out of business, though some considered his papers to simply be “halfpenny dreadfullers”. The first issues of the Union Jack stated that it was a “Library of high class fiction”. The editorial at the end of the very first issue stated “there will be nothing of the ‘dreadful’ type in our stories. No tales of boys rifling their employers’ cash-boxes and making off to foreign lands, or other such highly immoral fiction products”.

The paper claimed to be offering good value by “securing the very best authors” but only presenting their stories on cheap paper, rather than “wasting” money on colourful bindings and high-quality paper. However, the actual quality of the stories, especially in the early years, could be variable. Also many writers used pseudonyms to make it appear that more people were writing for the paper than actually were.

The paper initially focused on Boy’s Own type adventure stories, set mainly around the British Empire and at sea. The very first story was entitled “The Silver Arrow” and featured the many trials of the hero across mountains and jungles in Mexico to rescue his wife-to-be from red Indians. Another type of story featured in the early days was the detective story, with the second issue featuring a tale of Sexton Blake. This was, in some sources, quoted as the first ever Sexton Blake tale, however, earlier ones had been published in the Halfpenny Marvel in 1893, so it was actually the fourth.

Even by issue 7, the editorial page announced a system of voting for the story that was liked best, to allow the writers to provide more of the type of story the readers wanted. Issues beyond this tended to concentrate on westerns (though set in British territories in South America and Canada rather than the United States) and detective stories, including another Sexton Blake story in issue 15.

As the 1900s began, Sexton Blake stories began to appear in more and more issues, and major plot developments in the overall Sexton Blake saga took place in the Union Jack (for instance the introduction of Tinker, his assistant). The “new” Union Jack paper began in 1903, a continuation of the old paper but with the price increased to 1d and the issue numbers being restarted these issues where labeled “New Series” for many years. In 1905 the paper became “Sexton Blake’s Own paper”, and featured a Sexton Blake story in every issue. In the 1920s an article in the centre appeared called “Tinker’s Notebook” which contained assorted items of interest, mainly relating to crime and punishment from around the world, supposedly related by Sexton Blake’s young assistant (in early issues the editorial contained a selection of interesting facts). This section was renamed “From information received” in the 1930s, and dropped the pretence of being written by Tinker. The serials, too, took on crime/punishment themes, serialising books by writers such as Edgar Wallace. They also contained serials specifically written by the paper, which at times were also Sexton Blake stories.

The First World War, and declining circulation, saw the end of many papers which had published Sexton Blake stories; however the Sexton Blake Library (started in 1915) and Union Jack continued.

Union Jack 50,152,153,158,159,160,164,170,173,175

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Union Jack 183,184,188,190,192,193,195,196,198,200

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Union Jack 201,203,205,207,210,211,212,213,216,217

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Union Jack 218,219,225,227,228,230,234,239,270,286,322,394

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Union Jack New Series 76,106,720,729,771,774,786,788,796,797,799,800

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Union Jack New Series 801,802,810,826,851,852,861,864,870,880,888,917

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Union Jack New Series 939,942,963,1005,1104,1116,1118,1131,1132,1135

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Union Jack New Series 1169,1212,1320,1364,1490,1501,1507,1516,1528,1530

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Union Jack 0837,0842,0844,0847,0871,1271,1323,1324,1333,1341,1350

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Schoolgirls’ Own

The Schoolgirls’ Own was a British weekly story paper aimed at girls. Published by Amalgamated Press, it was launched in February 1921 and ran for 798 issues until May 1936, when it was merged with The Schoolgirl.

The main feature centred on Morcove School, a “high class” girls’ boarding school for the daughters of the aristocratic and the rich, although the school did also accept some pupils from working-class backgrounds. Cookery and needlework were also featured regularly, as it was at that time “considered vital that young girls knew how to cook and sew”.

Schoolgirls’ Own 1,5,88-98,116

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Schoolgirls’ Own 117-130,215,216

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Schoolgirls’ Own 217-231

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Schoolgirls’ Own 232-246

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Schoolgirls’ Own 247-254,291,312-317

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Schoolgirls’ Own 318-323,346-350,414,416,426,428,458

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Schoolgirls’ Own 459,460,484-487,524-528,535,540-543

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Schoolgirls’ Own 549,553-557,564-566,580,581

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Schoolgirls’ Own 582,583,607-610,630-634,650

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Schoolgirls’ Own 651-653,658-664,683-685

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Schoolgirls’ Own 686-692,695,697,700,701,705,707

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Schoolgirls’ Own 711,713,715,716,718,719,722,725,727-730,734

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Schoolgirls’ Own 735-737,741-743,746,751-755

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Schoolgirls’ Own 759-772

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Schoolgirls’ Own 773-789

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Schoolgirls’ Own 790-796,798, annual 1923

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Schoolgirl

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Schoolgirl 168,169,269,336-347

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Schoolgirl 348-360

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Schoolgirl 361-370

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Schoolgirl 371-383

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Schoolgirl 384-396

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Schoolgirl 397-407

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Schoolgirl 408-412,435-440

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Schoolgirl 441-449,452,453

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Schoolgirl 454-465

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Schoolgirl 466-472,474,476,477

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Schoolgirl 478,480,481,483-488

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Schoolgirl 489-497

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Schoolgirl 498-506

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Schoolgirl 507-509,511-514,516-518

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Schoolgirl 519-527

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Schoolgirl 528-535,537,538,541,542,544,564

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Schoolboys’ Own Library

The Schoolboys’ Own Library ran for 411 issues between 1925 and 1940 before becoming yet another casualty of the wartime paper shortage. The SOL was popular with the public but not so with the Authors who saw their work being hacked down to fit the format of the SOL.

Schoolboys’ Own Library 6,12,20

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Schoolboys’ Own Library 28,32,36

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Schoolboys’ Own Library 42,48,58

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Schoolboys’ Own Library 60,64,68

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Greyfriars Herald

The Greyfriars Herald was a consequence of a campaign run in the Magnet of the period for a new boys’ paper. Following articles asking what sort of a paper readers would like to see, readers were exhorted to vote on whether or not they would support production of The Greyfriars Herald. The vote was overwhelmingly in favour. A similar campaign was run in the Gem to produce Tom Merry’s Weekly (at that time a 4 page insert in the Gem) as an independent paper. For some reason, the actual paper never saw the light of day, quite possibly due to the paper shortages that cut short the first series of the Greyfriars Herald.

The first series of the Greyfriars Herald ran for only 18 issues from 20th November 1915 until 18th March 1916 until it became yet another victim of the paper shortage. Each issue contained 20 pages (the same size as the Magnet and Gem) and cost 1½d. Stories were allegedly written by the boys of the famous schools (in reality a range of sub writers, including George Richmond Samways & William Leslie Catchpole).

However, the Sherlock Holmes spoofs were written by Frank Richards (and appeared in the Magnet, Gem and Popular of the period as well); and the programme was rounded out by cartoons (by Frank Nugent), interviews with famous characters, competitions, and articles.

All of Frank Richards’ Herlock Sholmes stories were reprinted in The Complete Casebook of Herlock Sholmes, published by Hawk Books in 1989. The serial story “The Pride of the Ring” reached its conclusion in The Magnet (issues 425-429) and was reprinted in BFL 1/461.

The second series of the Greyfriars Herald ran for 126 issues, with two name changes. It became the Greyfriars Boys’ Herald from issue 61 (25th December 1920) and then the Boys’ Herald from issue 75 (2nd April 1921). This must have been the second or third series of the Boys Herald, which had previously been published in the early years of the century. The relaunched series also contained 20 pages and sold for 1½d. Its lead story was a new series by Owen Conquest featuring Jack Drake, Rodney and Daubeney of St. Winifred’s, a school temporarily located aboard a boat. In issue 31 the Benbow prepares to set sail for a tour of the West Indies with most of the Fourth, Shell and Fifth forms aboard; and in issue 62 Jack Drake and Rodney left St. Winifred’s to go to Greyfriars, with Drake becoming Ferrers Locke’s assistant some four months later, and Rodney fading into the background.

Like the first series, the programme was rounded out by tuck hamper competitions, articles (such as reports from the Greyfriars Police Court!), cartoons by Frank Nugent, interviews, poems, and serial stories.

Greyfriars Herald v1 01-12

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Greyfriars Herald v1 13-18 v2 01-06

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Greyfriars Herald v2 07-17

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Greyfriars Herald v2 18-28

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Greyfriars Herald v2 29-39

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Greyfriars Herald v2 40-50

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Greyfriars Herald v2 51-62

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1920

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1921

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1922

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1923

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1924

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1936

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1939

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Greyfriars Holiday Annual 1941

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Girls’ Crystal

Girls’ Crystal (known as The Crystal for its first nine issues) was a weekly Amalgamated Press, later Fleetway, publication that debuted on 28 October 1935 as a story paper. On 21 March 1953 it was reconfigured as a comic, and it continued until 18 May 1963 when it was merged into School Friend. Strips included “Bruce the Circus Dog”.

The Girls’ Crystal was first published in October 1935 by the Amalgamated Press as the Crystal for issues 1-9, continuing as a story paper until the mid ’50’s when it was transformed into a comic. It usually had 4 or 5 varied stories rotating within which aimed at girls of various ages, one of the main attractions being the Merrymakers series by Daphne Grayson which ran for years. Another major attraction was the Noel Raymond series of detective stories written by “Peter Langley” (Ronald Fleming) which also ran for years albeit more sporadically. It was unusual on 3 points: first the lead character was a male in a girls paper full of girl heroines, secondly Fleming used a male pseudonym, almost unheard of in the girls papers, and thirdly – quite often the reader didn’t know who the guilty party was until the very end! Over the years from 1935 the youthful and debonair Noel solved a large number of baffling cases – about 475 plus many reprints, from 1945 (after Fleming had returned from wartime RAF duty) he was nearly always helped/hindered by his young niece June Gaynor. The tales were usually very short – “longer” tales were introduced after WW2, were never heavy and often with wildly implausible plots, stereotypes galore but usually made for entertaining and pleasant reading. In the course of a story stifled sobs, hoarse cries and Noel’s grim smile would be constantly mentioned – but anything less dramatic was not to be expected by the audience in Noel and June’s world. There was never much room for pictures and all the artists used remained anonymous, but apart from the first and the last artists the pictures nicely complemented the stories. Fleming had plenty of other irons in the AP fire and wrote for it until at least 1963 totalling 38 years service, but sadly the Noel Raymond saga came to an end in story form in May 1951.

Girls’ Crystal 024-027,-097-100

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Girls’ Crystal 103,104,165-173

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Girls’ Crystal 174,179-184,191,194,436,437