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Nineteen more Fantastic Robert McGinnis Pulp Fiction Covers

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Murder Me for Nickels, 1960.

Murder Me for Nickels, 1960.

 

Model for Murder, 1960

Model for Murder, 1960

 

The Corpse Came Calling by Brett Halliday, 1959.

The Corpse Came Calling by Brett Halliday, 1959.

 

The Damnation of Adam Blessing by Vin Packer, 1961.

The Damnation of Adam Blessing by Vin Packer, 1961.

 

House Dick by Gordon Davis, 1961.

House Dick by Gordon Davis, 1961.

 

The Case of the Hesitant Hostess by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1964.

The Case of the Hesitant Hostess by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1964.

 

Kiss and Kill by Ellery Queen, 1969.

Kiss and Kill by Ellery Queen, 1969.

 

The Case of the One Eyed Witness by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1963.

The Case of the One Eyed Witness by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1963.

 

Harry and the Bikini Bandits by Basil Heatter-Fawcett, 1971.

Harry and the Bikini Bandits by Basil Heatter, 1971.

 

Dig that Crazy Grave by Richard S Prather

Dig that Crazy Grave by Shell Scott, 1971.

 

The Case of the Cautious Coquette by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1963.

The Case of the Cautious Coquette by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1963.

 

The Aseptic Murders by Carter Brown, 1972.

The Aseptic Murders by Carter Brown, 1972.

 

Peril is my Pay by Stephen Marlowe, 1960.

Peril is my Pay by Stephen Marlowe, 1960.

 

A Murderer Among Us by Carter Brown, 1969.

A Murderer Among Us by Carter Brown, 1969.

 

The Homicidal Virgin by Brett Halliday, 1961.

The Homicidal Virgin by Brett Halliday, 1961.

 

The Velvet Vixen by Carter Brown, 1964.

The Velvet Vixen by Carter Brown, 1964.

 

The Bombshell, 1967. Plus preparatory sketch.

The Bombshell, 1967. Plus preparatory sketch.

 

The Silken Baroness by Philip Atlee, 1964.

The Silken Baroness by Philip Atlee, 1964.

 

Top of the Heap by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1959.

Top of the Heap by Erle Stanley Gardner, 1959.

 

  • Edo Bosnar

    Wonderful – I could look at these McGinnis covers all day. Keep ’em coming…

  • Beth Anne Riches

    These are so cool! “House Dick.” hahaha