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Scoops (5 may 1934)

Scoops was a British weekly magazine dedicated to science fiction published by C. Arthur Pearson Ltd. from 10 february to 23 june 1934. Pearson cancelled the magazine after 20 issues because of poor sales.

From 5 may to 9 june 1934, the magazine serialized The Poison Belt, a novel written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

By Conan Doyle in Scoops