Some Great Short Story Series, featuring Private Eyes
From the Pulps and Beyond

Every now and then, some wag suggests the private eye short story is dead. While it may not be thriving, as it did in the days of the pulps, or the late fifties/early sixties renaissance in the pages of Manhunt, Michael Shayne's Mystery Mag and the like, it's not dead yet, not by a long shot. PI shorts regularly pop up in AHMM, EQMM, MHCMM, and countless anthologies and collections.

The Pulps

The Tough Guy Years: Manhunt and the Like

Beyond the Pulps

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