January 1977 Vintage paperback original, 1st printing
includes:
edited and with an introduction by Herbert Ruhm
Carroll John Daly, “The False Burton Combs” (December 1922)
Peter Collinson, “The Road Home” (Dashiell Hammettt, December 1925)
Dashiell Hammett, “The Gutting of Couffignal” (December 1925)
Norbert Davis, “Kansas City Flash” (March 1933)
Frederick Nebel, “Take It and Like It” (January 1934)
Raymond Chandler, “Goldfish” (January 1936)
Lester Dent, “Angelfish” (December 1936)
Erle Stanley Gardner, “Leg Man” (February 1938)
George Harmon Coxe, “Once Around the Clock” (May 1941)
Merle Constiner, “The Turkey Buzzard Blues” (July 1943)
William Brandon, “It’s So Peaceful in the Country” (Nov 1943)
Curt Hamlin, “Killer Come Home” (his only Black Mask story, July 1948)
Paul W. Fairman, “Big-Time Operator” (his only Black Mask story, July 1948)
Bruno Fischer, “Five O’Clock Menace” (May 1949)
 - Seattle Mystery Bookshop

January 1977 Vintage paperback original, 1st printing

includes:

edited and with an introduction by Herbert Ruhm

Carroll John Daly, “The False Burton Combs” (December 1922)

Peter Collinson, “The Road Home” (Dashiell Hammettt, December 1925)

Dashiell Hammett, “The Gutting of Couffignal” (December 1925)

Norbert Davis, “Kansas City Flash” (March 1933)

Frederick Nebel, “Take It and Like It” (January 1934)

Raymond Chandler, “Goldfish” (January 1936)

Lester Dent, “Angelfish” (December 1936)

Erle Stanley Gardner, “Leg Man” (February 1938)

George Harmon Coxe, “Once Around the Clock” (May 1941)

Merle Constiner, “The Turkey Buzzard Blues” (July 1943)

William Brandon, “It’s So Peaceful in the Country” (Nov 1943)

Curt Hamlin, “Killer Come Home” (his only Black Mask story, July 1948)

Paul W. Fairman, “Big-Time Operator” (his only Black Mask story, July 1948)

Bruno Fischer, “Five O’Clock Menace” (May 1949)

 - Seattle Mystery Bookshop