E. Hoffmann Price's Exotic Adventures Megapack® contains 11 stories and short novels set in a wide range of locales: Europe, Polynesia, Asia, the Middle East, etc. Their settings also range chronologically, from historical adventures to contemporary thrillers and were all published between 1935 and 1945 (with an outlier from 1971 as the finale).
These are full-blooded, two-fisted tales of warriors... [click here for more]
"The reason I am giving the full facts of this here affair is to refute a lot ofrumors which is circulating about me. I am sick and tired of these lies about meterrorizing the town of Grizzly Claw and ruining their wagon-yard just for spite andtrying to murder all their leading citizens. They is more’n one side to anything."... [click here for more]
THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE THE OPEN BOAT THE RELUCTANT VOYAGERS THE END OF THE BATTLE UPTURNED FACE AN EPISODE OF WAR AN EXPERIMENT IN MISERY THE DUEL THAT WAS NOT FOUGHT A DESERTION A DARK-BROWN DOG THE PACE OF YOUTH A TENT IN AGONY FOUR MEN IN A CAVE THE MESMERIC MOUNTAIN THE SNAKE LONDON IMPRESSIONS THE SCOTCH EXPRESS THE O'RUDDY: A ROMANCE A MAN AND SOME OTHERS THE BRIDE COMES TO YELLOW SKY THE WISE... [click here for more]
THE HERO OF THE HUMBOLTS IS BACK ON THE TRAIL!
Breckinridge Elkins is just a good natured cowboy from the Nevada backcountry town of Bear Creek. He never goes looking for trouble, but between his bizarre relatives, strange neighbors, and just plain bad luck, trouble always seems to find him. An Elkins only knows one way to deal with trouble--and that is to hit or shoot it until it... [click here for more]
Adventure Tales showcases the best authors from the classic pulp magazines of the early to mid 20th Century.
This volume highlights the work of Hugh B. Cave as the Featured Author, with two rare, previously unreprinted stories, plus fiction contributions by J. Allan Dunn, H. Bedford Jones, Harold Lamb, Vincent Starrett, H. de Vere Stacpoole, Saki (H.H. Munro), Johnston McCulley, Captain A.E. Dingle,... [click here for more]