Tag Archives: Military Police

Shot at Dawn

Issue Number: 5286

Dawn… the time for shooting deserters and traitors… the time when justice is dealt out with a bullet. Nobody knows how many men have died in this way throughout all the world’s wars, but now another soldier was about to face this penalty at the hands of an executioner who had covered thousands of miles […]

Dangerous Investigations

Issue Number: 5167

Lieutenant John Weller was like a bloodhound when he was on a case. From his early years as a police detective, solving high‑class robberies, to being a military policeman on the trail of a smuggling ring in the British Army – nothing could stand between him and his investigation… not even a little thing called […]

Murder in Berlin

Issue Number: 5090

Serving as a detective throughout the war years in London hadn’t been a picnic for Chief Inspector Ernie Hallows. There had been the Blitz to cope with as well as very difficult jobs – like nailing the decorated Commando officer who had turned killer. But now that the war was over, life wasn’t any easier. […]

Redcap

Issue Number: 5072

It was a bad day for the Nazis when a German fighter pilot shot down an Allied transport plane behind the German lines in Italy. For in that plane, heading for prison, was a collection of the biggest crooks and cut-throats in the British Army. And the man in charge of them, Military Police Sergeant […]

SHOWDOWN!

Issue Number: 4880
Showdown!

Everybody had thought a lot of Inspector Harry Andrews of the Malayan Police. He was a real man, all guts. Pity he had been captured and probably killed by the Japanese when the invasion over-ran his outpost. He’d put up quite a fight, though. Then, there was his brother, Colin – just a war correspondent, […]

APPOINTMENT IN CAIRO

Issue Number: 4830
Appointment In Cairo

Cairo – Egypt’s capital city and British General Headquarters in the Middle East, nerve centre of the Allied campaign in North Africa. A city filled with soldiers, sailors, airmen…but also a city teeming with spies and agents, men who would stop at nothing to get the information they needed…then send back to their own headquarters […]

OPERATION DOUBLE BLUFF

Issue Number: 4829
Operation Double Bluff

After seeing his fellow Paratroop squad soldiers brutally killed by Germans in enemy-occupied Holland – and being shot himself and left to die – Lieutenant Ralph Loach was a man determined to settle the score. Newly transferred to war-battered Berlin with the Intelligence Corps, could Ralph put aside his quest for revenge long enough to […]

A MOTLEY CREW

Issue Number: 4821
A Motley Crew

In the lead-up to the hastily organised evacuation at Dunkirk, a disparate group of servicemen found themselves thrown together. A Pay Corps clerk… …an RAF policeman… …and a Royal Navy Able Seaman… …were joined by a shady civilian who was unsure whose side he was on, except his own. They would have to combine their […]