*Clearance Corner: The most famous name in the post-war boom in British gangster ‘pulps’ (curiously, mostly set in the both seedy and glamorous USA) was Hank Janson. Written by ‘Hank’ and telling his adventures as a journalist and later general adventurer, these were in reality written by Stephen D Frances, although by the late 1950s and early 60s, Hank Janson was very much a house name and his novels were written by myriad hands. We have on offer a selection of later Hank Janson novels published by Compact, with titles like ‘Visit From A Broad’, ‘Voodoo Violence’, ‘Dateline Debbie’ etc; these are hard-boiled examples of the genre, with covers featuring scantily clad women drawn with varying degrees of quality. We got rather more of these in from a huge collection than we have room for on our shelves, so we’re clearing them in a great opportunity for bulk reading. 32 books (with one duplicate) for just £10; mostly Good condition, with some Fair and some Poor. (UK postage if required would be an additional £13.50 — these fit in a box weighing 4.5 kg).