This classic tale from the pulp magazines of the early 20th century originally appeared in "All-Story Cavalier Weekly" (Dec. 12, 1914 issue).
A tale of rough-and-tumble frontier life and justice, it is a unique piece of Americana.
"Harsh, clamant, wild, the braying of the long tin horn that hung by a rawhide lashing from the tamarack on the American shore of the... [click here for more]
"As long as there's trouble in Hollywood -- Black Cat will be around for action!"
When stuntwoman-turned-movie star Linda Turner senses danger, she steps out of her role as America's Sweetheart, and into the mysterious masked woman known only as Black Cat! Thugs, terrorists, and enemies of the American Way all suffer the worst kind of luck (not to mention multiple contusions)... [click here for more]
A thorough study of ghosts and those that communicate with them. This study goes over the evidence for and against the supernatural and in its final part it goes over the study of theosophy and what credence such studies offer and whether such beliefs are valid for today. ... [click here for more]
Fans of classic mystery, adventure, and science fiction are in for a treat with this selection of great pulp fiction penned by George Allan England. These books and short stories, from the golden age of pulp adventure fiction, offer thrill-a-minute entertainment. Here are 15 of England's best,including:
A WORTHWHILE CRIME ROUGH TOSS THE LONGEST SIDE THE SUPREME GETAWAY EVEN IN DEATH FIRE FIGHT... [click here for more]
Thanksgiving is an American tradition, celebrating the coming of autumn, the bounty of the harvest, the peaceful coexistence of the Pilgrims and the Native Americans, football, family -- and, of course, the obligatory celebration feast. Here are 35 tales celebrating Thanksgiving in all its forms, by classic authors you know and love (O. Henry, Harriet Becher Stowe, Nathaniel Hawthorne) and others who... [click here for more]