- There stands the murderer! There stands the murderer of Cyrus Brockbright. His confession can come from his own lips. He knows that further concealment is useless!
Appearing in "Murder House"
- The Shadow (also disguised as "Hiram Robinson")
- The Shadow's Agents:
- Rex Jorridon (owner of a counterfeiting plant; dies)
- James Medloe (gangster; dies)
- Nick Shoyden (thug; dies)
- Kip Farrick (thug; dies)
- Pink Latham (thug; dies)
- Bogo (Jorridon's henchman; dies)
- Tinker (Jorridon's henchman; dies)
- Inspector Joe Cardona
- Detective Sergeant Markham
- Vic Marquette
- Stanley, the chauffeur
- Richards, the butler (for the real Lamont Cranston)
- Sheriff Clayborne
- Hector and Ezra (farmhands)
- Cyrus Brockbright (a multimillionaire; dies)
- Parkins (Brockbright's chauffeur)
- New York City
- Cobalt Club
- Lucky Seven Club
- Cranston's New Jersey mansion
- Flashlights (Morse code)
Synopsis for "Murder House"
Like a shell-torn battleground, the peace and quiet of a countryside give way to criminal warfare when The Shadow stalks through byways seeking the ruler of the Murder House.
- Sanctum Books reprinted "Murder House" in The Shadow Double-Novel Reprint #92.
- Table of Contents:
- Murder House as told to Maxwell Grant
- Torch Song (Detective Grace Culver) by Roswell Brown
- Men of the Law
- A Case for the Kid (Shoeshine boy detective, Danny Garrett) by Steve Fisher
- Hot Cash by William G. Bogart
- The Third Degree by Dean Callahan
- Codes by Henry Lysing
- Death Alley by Edwin V. Burkholder
- The Shadow Club (The Emergency Squad)
- The Pulse of the Nation
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