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Banner: Tales From The Vault! Canadian Pulp Fiction 1940-1952
Table of Contents
About Tales From the Vault!
Canadian Pulp Industry
English Pulp Collection
French Pulp Collection
Corrupting Morals
Decline of the Pulps
Effects of the Pulps


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Trois coupables possibles, ([1951?])

The canny publishers of Trois coupables possibles attempted to draw in audiences by capitalizing on the name recognition of author Marcel Allain, whom they credit as the "auteur de Fantomas!" In fact, Allain was only half of the team behind the phenonenally popular adventures of the master criminal Fantomas; the other half was co-author Pierre Souvestre. The depiction of the woman on the cover is distracting enough that it's easy to miss the subtle wound in her throat.

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