Dead Men Kill
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Dead Men Kill is pulp fiction mystery/zombie story written by L. Ron Hubbard. It was first published in 1934 in the July issue of Thrilling Detective magazine.
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Detective Terry Lane has little to go on to unravel this unusual mystery, a blue grey glove, and a Haitian pharmacy bill for a very strange drug. As some of the cities most respected citizens inexplicably die from what appears to be zombie attacks, Lane finds himself a recipient of death threats.
To complicate matters, a nightclub singer claims to have information that could help Lane solve this unusual case. However, Lane becomes suspicious of her motives and against his better judgement, acts on her tip. His initial intuition proves to be correct but too late! He finds himself sealed in a coffin en route to the next murder, his own!
Dead Men Kill was written and published in the July 1934 issue of the pulp magazine "Thrilling Detective".
Dead Men Kill is from the Golden Age series which Galaxy Press started re-publishing in 2008. The book has been re-released in paperback, with glossaries, and author bio. It is also available as a full-cast audiobook, with full sound effects and music, featuring R.F. Daley, Jim Meskimen, Jennifer Aspen, Lori Jablons, John Mariano and Matt Scott.