“The best writer since Poe.”—a Weird Tales reader.
Through the popularity of his occult detective Jules de Grandin, the name Seabury Quinn is synonymous with the weird mystery.
Seabury Quinn was a versatile author who wrote hundreds of works for various genres. Someday I’ll Kill You! makes available all of Quinn’s non-series stories published outside of Weird Tales between 1925 and 1963.
Combining the intrigue of the detective story with the excitement of the adventure story, Someday I’ll Kill You! is a collection of murder and mayhem at its best, showcasing Seabury Quinn as a master of his craft.
Edited and with an introduction by Gene Christie.
(Introduction) In the Shadow of Weird Tales by Gene Christie.
Tales of the Fantastic and Supernatural
- The Lesser Brethren Mourn
- Someday I’ll Kill You!
- Candid Camera
- I Married a Ghost
- Fate Rolls the Bones
- Dead Man’s Shoes
- Mater Nicholas
Stories of Mystery and Suspense
- An Innocent Bystander
- Shanghai in Manhattan
- The Ghost Hunters (with an afterword by the author)
- A Matter of Protocol
- The Man Who Hated Cats
Four from the Jungle
- “If Two Are Dead—”
- Congo Fury
- Brands from the Burning
- Great Caesar
The Adventures of the Black Wolf
- The Black Wolf Prowls
- Revolt in Paradise
First book publication.
Trade paperback / 288 pages
Cover design by Tom Roberts.
A Five Star review on Amazon.
- “Excellent mysteries, not to be missed!!”