It's 1935. Ace daredevil pilot "Lucky" James is murdered moments after landing in New York following a record-breaking, nonstop solo flight from Egypt, it's up to Detective-Captain McCord to solve the case.
A classic pulp novelet from the September, 1935 issue of Popular Detective!
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Steven Cogswell was being hunted on the Riviera.
Between crooks and party girls, things are getting tough. Add his ex wife ... and beautiful Nadine (who may not be as innocent as she pretends) ... and Nadine's brute of an ex fiance, Gerald ... and you have a recipe for disaster!
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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]
Burt Arthur (1899-1975), a longtime Chicago resident, wrote more than 100 novels over the course of his career, plus numerous radioplays and short stories. He also collaborated with his son, Budd Arthur, on westerns. We are pleased to present a collection of four of Burt Arthur's classic western novels in the MEGAPACK™ series. Included in this volume are:
BOSS OF THE FAR WEST
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Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) is best known for his Tarzan and John Carter of Mars books, but he also wrote four thrilling western novels. We are delighted to include them all in this volume.
As always with novels from this time period, not everything is "politically correct" by modern standards. Please keep the age of the work in perspective as you read.
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The pulp fiction magazines of the early to mid 20th century featured just about every subject imaginable, from fringe titles (yes, there really was a Civil War Stories, a Submarine Stories, and even a Suicide Stories) to mainstream (Argosy, Adventure, Blue Book) to genre titles (Weird Tales, Detective Stories, Ranch Romances) and everything in between. “In Between” includes the “hero”... [click here for more]