The Dime Mystery magazine began its monthly run in December 1932 as Dime Mystery Book Magazine, which contained a “two-dollar novel” and two to three short stories for ten-cents. The content was the general mystery/ detective fiction like that found in Dime Detective. The covers of each issue featured the image of a book, on the cover of which appeared the actual cover-art. It suggested that one was indeed receiving a full-length novel for the price of a magazine. The long novel form proved problematic, however, and the title was failing after just a few issues.
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There is also a small collection that can be seen on the Bondage Art Blog.