Boardman's TVB Books

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Go to TVB series nos. 100-181

No.
AUTHOR
TITLE
NOTES


1
Cortland Fitzsimmons The Evil Men Do
April 1942
Brown cover

(2)
Edith Howie Murder for Tea

Numbers in () indicate that these only appear numbered in publishers lists

Sept 1942


(3)
Jerome Barry Murder with your Malted


(4)
Edith Howie Murder for Christmas
Red cover


(5)
Charles E. Vivian Girl in the Dark
Blue cover

(6)
Brock Williams The Earl of Chicago
Purple cover

(7)
E.M. Curtiss Dead Dogs Bite

(8)
Cortland Fitzsimmons Death Rings a Bell
Green cover


(9)
Theodora Dubois Death is Late to Lunch

(10)
Cortland Fitzsimmons The Whispering Window

(11)
James D. O'Hanlon Murder at Horsethief


(12)

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

 

Dead of Winter

Purple cover

Thanks to Robert Beasecker at Grand Valley State University Libraries for the scan


(13)
Raymond Leslie Goldman Murder behind the Mike


(14)
Adele Seifort Shadows To-night
Blue cover

(15)

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Exit Screaming

Thanks to Robert Beasecker at Grand Valley State University Libraries for the scan

(16)
Cortland Fitzsimmons Murder is Swift
Green cover

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Bernard Dougall The Singing Corpse

TVB Books 1944

 


Blue cover

nn
Ione Montgomery The Golden Dress
Orange cover

nn
Jerome Odlum Nine Lives are not Enough
Red cover

nn
Stephen Acre The Yellow Overcoat
Orange cover

nn
Cortland Fitzsimmons Tied for Murder
Blue cover

nn
Marian Buxton Clark The Model Corpse
Red cover

nn
R.L. Goldman Death Plays Solitaire
Purple cover
nn
R.L. Goldman The Snatch
Orange cover

nn
Adele Seifort Three Blind Mice
Blue cover

nn
Monte Barrett Murder at Belle Camille

TVB Books 1946

 


Purple cover


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Theodora Du Bois The Case of the Perfumed Mouse

TVB Books 1946

 

Brown cover


nn
Edith Howie Murder's so Permanent
Blue cover

nn
Theodora Du Bois Death Sails in a High Wind
Orange cover

nn

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Hangman's Tie

Grey cover

Thanks to Robert Beasecker at Grand Valley State University Libraries for the scan


nn

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Witch Wood
Red cover

nn
Lawrence Lariar He Died Laughing
Blue cover

nn
Nancy Rutledge Beware the Hoot Owl
Green cover

nn

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Murder on Display

Purple cover

Thanks to Robert Beasecker at Grand Valley State University Libraries for the scan


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Edith Howie No Face to Murder
Green cover

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Alberta Hughes Wahl Handsome, But Dead
Blue cover

40
Adele Seifort Kill your Own Snakes

TVB Books 1947

 

Green cover - price increase to 1/6d


40
Adele Seifort Kill your Own Snakes

TVB Books 1947

 

Illustrated dustwrapper edition

The first of the illustrated TVB covers (McLoughlin)

41

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Ghost River

First published in TVB books 1947

42
Theodora Du Bois Murder Strikes an Atomic Unit
First published in TVB books 1947
43
June Truesdell The Morgue the Merrier
First published in TVB books 1947
44

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Rumour Hath It
First published in TVB books 1947
45

Francis Allan

 

First Come, First Kill

 

First published in TVB books 1947

46
Norbert Davis Sallys' in the Alley
First published in TVB books 1947
47
Robert Portner Koehler The Road House Murders

first published by TV Boardman 1943

TVB edition 1948

48
Jerome Brown Leopard Cats Cradle

first published by TV Boardman 1943

TVB edition 1948



49
Ernest Dudley Armchair Detective Reader

50
Elizabeth Dean Murder a Mile High

51
Edith Howie The Band Played Murder
First published in TVB books 1948
52
Horace Brown Murder in the Rough
First published in TVB books 1948
53
Michael Stark

Run For Your Life

(AKA The Tobacco Auction Murders)

First published in TVB books 1948
54
Harry Lang The Corpse on the Hearth
First published in TVB books 1948
55
J. Lane Linklaker Shadow for a Lady

56
Guy Emery Front For Murder

First published in TVB books 1948

 

NOTE: This edition has a dustwrapper (right) which covers a "red cover" edition.

57
Carl Shannon Lady, That's My Skull
First published in TVB books 1948
58
C.P. Donnel Murder-Go-Round

First published in TVB books 1948

 

NOTE: This edition has a dustwrapper (right) which covers a "blue cover" edition.


59

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Midsummer Nightmare
First published in TVB books 1948
60
Theodora Du Bois The Wild Duck Murders
First published in TVB books 1948
61
R.L. Goldman The Purple Shells

62
Marie de Nervaud Early One Morning


63
Henry Kane A Halo for Nobody

First published in TVB books 1949

64
Nancy Rutledge The Preying Mantis
First published in TVB books 1949

65
John Godey The Blue Hour

66

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Smoke Screen
First published in TVB books 1948

67
Eli Colter Cheer for the Dead

McLoughlin's signature appears in the text of the newspaper

First published in TVB books 1949

68
Theodora Du Bois
The Footsteps


69
Fredric Brown The Fabulous Clipjoint


70
J. Lane Linklater The Black Opal


71
Don Cameron White for a Shroud
First published in Non Series books in 1949

72
Fredric Brown The Dead Ringer

73
William P. McGivern
But Death Runs Faster

74
Edith Howie Cry Murder


75
Jack Dolph Odds-On Murder

76
Ernest Dudley (Second) Armchair Detective Reader
First published in TVB books 1950

77
Lawrence Treat H - As in Hunted


78
Jack Dolph Murder is Mutuel

79
Edward Ronns No Place to Live

80

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Going, Going, Gone

First published in TVB books 1950

81
Edwin Lantham Headline for Murder


82
Nancy Rutledge Blood on the Cat

First published in Great Britain 1946 - first TVB 1950

83
Henry Kane Armchair in Hell


First UK 1949

TVB edition 1951

84
Robert Finnegan The Bandaged Nude

85
Hilary Waugh Hope to Die

86

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as;

Christopher Hale

He's Late this Morning


87
Louisa Revell The Bus Station Murders

 

TVB edition 1950


88
Theodora Du Bois The Devil and Destiny


89
June Truesdell Be Still My Love
This was made into the film The Accused (AKA Strange Deception) starring Loretta Young, Robert Cummings, and Wendell Corey, directed by William Dieterle. Classic film noir.

90
Inez Haynes Irwin The Women Swore Revenge

First UK 1948

TVB edition 1951



91
Robert Finnagan
Many a Monster



92
Hillary Waugh
Madam Will not Dine Tonight
Dec 1950

93
Louisa Revell No Pockets in Shrouds


94

Frances Moyer Ross Stevens writing as:

Christopher Hale

Deadly Ditto

First UK edition 1949

TVB edition 1951

95
John Evans Halo for Satan


96
Hilary Waugh The Odds Run Out


97
Henry Kane Hang by your Neck

98
Fredric Brown Murder in Moonlight


99
Gale Gallaher Chord in Crimson


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