The published stories of Eustace Cockrell cover a 25-year span from 1932 beginning with “A White Man’s Burden” (Blue Book Magazine, September 1932, co-authored with his older brother, Frank Cockrell) and ending with “The Eagle Bird” (Argosy, January 1957).

Included in the Reading Room are three stories reflective of this span.

“Trigger Men”

(Blue Book Magazine, October 1936. Also included in The Detective Megapack: 28 Tales by Modern and Classic Authors, Wildwood Press)

“Too Hot to Handle”

(Argosy, September 1946)

“The Cat and the Constitution”

(Antioch Review, Autumn 1956)