[Published in the Skeptical Inquirer, vol. 41, no. 1, January/February 2018, p. 65.]
In Terence Hines' review of Tony Wolf's book about Rose Mackenberg,
Houdini's "Girl Detective" (September/October 2017), he
states that "Until the publication of this book, the only description
of her [in the skeptical literature] was in a short piece by Loren
Pankratz in the July/August 1995 Skeptical Inquirer (pp. 28-29)."
This is almost but not quite accurate. CSI Fellow Daniel Loxton,
editor of Junior Skeptic, showcased Rose Mackenberg and NYPD
detective and fortuneteller fraud buster Mary Sullivan in the
46th issue of Junior Skeptic back in 2013, inside Skeptic
magazine vol. 18, no. 1. The Junior Skeptic cover features
Sullivan and Mackenberg.