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Red Magazine was a British fiction magazine published in the early part of the 20th century. It was launched by Amalgamated Press in June 1908 and continued until 1939. Frequency varied between monthly to twice monthly at various times. The content featured all kinds of fiction with a high proportion of fantasy and mystery in the first decade. It shifted more to light romance in the 1920s, but reverted to more adventure-based stories in 1930s. The significance of this magazine is the place where Agatha Christie first published her short story The Rajah's Emerald in issue 420, July 30 1926. The story had an illustration by Jack M. Faulks. Thereafter, it appears that the magazine did not carry any other of her stories.

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