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  • Serial Vigilantes of Paperback Fiction

    Serial Vigilantes of Paperback Fiction
    Bradley Mengel

    This is the first overview of the serial vigilante genre, which featured such hard-boiled protagonists as Nick Carter, Mark Stone, Jake Brand and Able Team among the 130 series that followed Pendleton's novel.

  • Facing the Music And Living To Talk About It

    Facing the Music And Living To Talk About It
    Nick Carter

    This book is Nick Carter’s autobiography and self-help hybrid in which he chronicles his struggles with a dysfunctional family and the unimaginable rigors of becoming an internationally successful pop-star at the age of 12.

  • The Dime Novel Companion

    The Dime Novel Companion
    J. Randolph Cox

    Some of the lead novels from this magazine were published in paperback editions in the 1940s to capitalize on the popularity of the … A series of 261 paperback spy novels about Nick Carter: Killmaster was published between 1964 and 1990.

  • Murder 101

    Murder 101
    Edward J. Rielly

    Another fine detective to explore with students is Nick Carter, by far the most famous dime novel detective. … In fact, the Nick Carter: Killmaster series issued 261 paperback spy novels featuring the famous detective between 1964 and 1990.

  • Travel, Tourism and the Moving Image

    Travel, Tourism and the Moving Image
    Sue Beeton

    Wishing to capitalise on its popularity, but unable to afford the rights to produce a Nick Carter series, Columbia Pictures … was refocused in the 1960s for the spy genre, with new spy stories unrelated to the original dime novels being produced.

  • The Adventure of the Plated Spoon and Other Tales of Sherlock Holmes

    The Adventure of the Plated Spoon and Other Tales of Sherlock Holmes
    Loren D. Estleman

    redating Sherlock Holmes by a year (1886), Nick Carter is the American bridge between Holmes and Bulldog Drummond: clean-cut … (He's not to be mistaken for the “Nick Carter” who appeared in a flurry of paperback spy novels in the 1970s.) …

  • Spies and Holy Wars

    Spies and Holy Wars
    Reeva Spector Simon

    Much like the Bond novels, these series are simplistic and reflect an unsophisticated view of the non-Western world. … The multi-authored Nick Carter , Killmaster series was launched in 1964 by Award Books, a new paperback imprint that …

  • Where s the Beef?

    Where’s the Beef?
    David L. Cole

    It was a little habit I picked up from the Nick Carter spy novels. I never wanted to be caught without something to defend myself, especially in a foreign country. I wasn't worried about Memdu, but one never knew who might be lurking outside in …

  • Pioneers, Passionate Ladies, and Private Eyes

    Pioneers, Passionate Ladies, and Private Eyes
    Larry E Sullivan, Lydia C Schurman

    Dime Novels, Series Books, and Paperbacks Larry E Sullivan, Lydia C Schurman . titles. This Nick Carter was no detective but a suave super spy, code-named N3, Killmaster, in the pattern of James Bond, then enjoying a fantastic popularity.

  • Tools of War

    Tools of War
    Syed Ramsey

    In the Nick Carter series of spy novels, one of Carter's trademark weapons is a 400yearold stiletto named Hugo said to have made byBenvenuto Cellini • In Red Dragon, Dr. Hannibal Lecter stabs Will Graham in the stomach with a stiletto.

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