31 Kenyon, Theda The Golden Feather
32 Hecht, Ben Hollywood Mystery
33 Miller, Helen Topping Candle In The Morning
34 Rabl, S.S. Mobtown Clipper
35 Campbell, Patricia Lush Valley
36 Malina, Fred Murder Over Broadway
37 Frisbie, R.D. Amaru
38 Snow, Charles H. Sheriff Of Yavisa
39 Truesdell, June Be Still My Love
40 Reed, Blair Pass Key to Murder
Three historical, two romance, one western, three crime and one adventure.
"LUSH VALLEY is the story of an appealing, lovable, and essentially simple woman."
"[In Hollywood Mystery] mystery, violence and murder intermingle with wacky situations, involving the most outrageous characters you ever met."
"Full of adventure and tropic atmosphere [Amaru] has a delightful balance of the romantic and the ridiculous, the real and the remarkable."
Ben Hecht is the only author I recognize outside of the paperback world of the 1940s and 50s. He won two Academy Awards for Original Screenplay, including the first (1927). Hollywood Mystery was first published as I Hate Actors!.
The co-writer of The Front Page is worthy of a read. So Hollywood Mystery earns a Worthy®.
Running total is three Worthies®.
Harlequin 32 - February 1950
Crown - 1944