As you can see on the cover, this is from 1926. Is she supposed to the maid’s twin sister? Or was she once the maid herself? The answers are within.
This cover is from 1952. When the going gets strange, you want Space Detective on your side!
This cover is from 1944 and was done by George Gross, an artist whose work has been featured many times on the site.
I don’t see a passport anywhere on that cover. This cover was done by Robert Bonfils, whose work we have featured many times in the past and will probably feature many times in the future.
Dishonorable Lady? She’s not the one sneaking around and kissing people from behind. If she’s a modern Delilah, I guess he must be Samson without the hair.
Be careful out there!
She is looking very wayward. Should a doctor be smoking? This cover was done by Rudolph Belarski, whose work has been featured on this site many times in the past.
This is from 1944. It seems like the jockey could have been a little more discreet. I like that his hat actually says, “Tipster.” This cover was done by Richard Cardiff.
This cover is from 1963.
This cover is from 1962. Unfortunately, the identity of the artist responsible is not known.