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Vol. 42, No. 4. Edited by D. McIlwraith. Cover art by Boris Dolgov for "Tell Your Fortune" (novelette) by Robert Bloch. Includes "Djinn and Bitters" (novelette) by Harold Lawlor; "The Round Tower" by Stanton A. Coblentz; "The Last Man" by Seabury Quinn; "The Triangle of Terror" by William F. Temple; "The Monkey Spoons" by Mary Elizabeth Counselman; "The Last three Ships" by Margaret St. Clair; "At the End of the Corridor" by Evangeline Walton; "The Man on B-17" by Stephen Grendon (August Derleth); "Mr. Hyde - and Seek" by Malcolm M. Ferguson. Verse: "Luna Aeteralis" by Clark Ashton Smith. Illustrated by John Giunta, John Arfstrom, Vincent Napoli, Fred Humiston, Boris Dolgov, and Matt Fox. Creasing; small corner tear; date stamp on cover; minor edge etars. Bookseller Inventory # PI856

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Title: WEIRD TALES: May 1950

Publisher: Weird Tales, NY

Publication Date: 1950

Binding: SingleIssueMagazine

Book Condition:Very Good

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