Case of the Smoking Corpse: When a young man stumbles upon an smoking corpse, police not only solve a murder but break up a caper to rid the banks of all the cash in Indianapolis, starting with a clue from a horseshoe.
A Clue At The Kitchen Window (The Strangulation in Apartment 16): From the classic pages of True Detective Magazine, a young man discovers a girl he just picked up dead in her apartment. He has an alibi and there are many leads to follow, but the young man’s story doesn’t sit right with some of the detectives on the case. True Detective Magazine, November 1948 (vol. 50; no. 2).
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