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I'm Nick Ransom, Confidential Investigator (Illustrated)

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• eBook illustrated with artwork from the original publication.
Nick Ransom is a Hollywood stuntman turned private eye who carries his roscoe under his arm, and has a plastic cigarette holder with silver filigree given to him by a client. He prefers to call himself a Confidential Investigator, a title he think is more refined than Detective. He gets a little help from a bu
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Kindle Edition, 246 pages
Published February 7th 2014
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Oct 03, 2016 Whistlers Mom rated it really liked it
There's a new man in my life.

Robert Leslie Bellem may have been the most prolific pulp writer ever with 3,000 short stories written under various names and published in "Spicy Detective" and similar magazines. Hollywood Detective Dan Turner is his most famous creation, but I've run through all of the 4-stories-for-99-cents Dan Turner volumes and decided to give Nick Ransom a try. Call me fickle, but I like him even better than Dan.

At first glance, there's little difference. Both are PI's whose c
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Robert Leslie Bellem (July 19, 1902 - April 1, 1968) was an American pulp magazine writer, best known for his creation of Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective. Before becoming a writer he worked in Los Angeles as a newspaper reporter, radio announcer and film extra. After the demise of the pulps, Bellem switched to writing for television, including a number of scripts for The Lone Ranger, Adventures of ...more
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