Sale! Senorita Scorpion (Two Book Set)

The Complete Senorita Scorpion (Two Book Set)

by Les Savage, Jr., and Emmett McDowell

introductions by Will Murray

Taken from their original appearances in Action Stories from 1944–49, this specially-priced two-book set collects all of the adventures of Señorita Scorpion: “Señorita Scorpion,” “The Brand of Señorita Scorpion,” “Secret of Santiago,” “The Curse of Montezuma,” “Brand of the Gallows-Ghost,” “Lash of the Six-Gun Queen,” “Gun-Witch of Hoodoo Range” and “The Sting of Señorita Scorpion,” along with articles by pulp historian Will Murray.

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Dead Men Singing: The Men Who Fought For Texas

Dead Men Singing: The Men Who Fought For Texas (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Written in celebration of the Texas Centennial, H. Bedford-Jones once again authors an exciting, fast-paced lesson on the founding of the Lone Star State. As he wrote at the time: “My purpose in these articles is to try and paint those fighting Texans as they were, and strip away the trappings of pompous falsehood which have largely surrounded them.”

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Ghost Hills by H. Bedford-Jones

Ghost Hills (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Up in the frozen north of Canada… an old secret and a lovely woman… and three men: Barr Radison, an American adventurer, searching for the mysterious source of black and silver fox pelts, Macferris Montenay, a ruthless giant of a man, trying to carve out his own kingdom in the wilderness, and Jean Nichemus, a halfbreed and Montenay’s henchman, harboring his own sinister plans.

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Sale! The Argosy Library: Series 1 (Ten Book Set)

The Argosy Library: Series 1 (Ten Book Set)

by Lester Dent, W. Wirt, Otis Adelbert Kline, W.C. Tuttle, Charles Alden Seltzer, George F. Worts, Fred MacIsaac, Philip Ketchum, Victor Rousseau, and Theodore Roscoe

This specially-priced set includes all ten books in Series 1 of The Argosy Library:

Get all of Series 1 at a big discount!

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Genius Jones (The Argosy Library) by Lester Dent

Genius Jones (The Argosy Library)

Never before reprinted, it’s the longest novel Lester Dent (co-creator of “Doc Savage”) ever published, and one of the most famous. This edition restores text cut from its original publication.

The Argosy Library #1

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When Tigers Are Hunting: The Complete Adventures of Cordie, Soldier of Fortune, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library) by W. Wirt

When Tigers Are Hunting: The Complete Adventures of Cordie, Soldier of Fortune, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

The sagas of Jimmie Cordie and his crew were among Argosy Magazine’s most popular series when it was brought to that magazine during its early ’30s renaissance by writer W. Wirt. Quite clearly an inspiration for the creation of Doc Savage, this edition collects his first eight adventures, most never before republished.

The Argosy Library #2

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The Swordsman of Mars (The Argosy Library) by Otis Adelbert Kline

The Swordsman of Mars (The Argosy Library)

Otis Adelbert Kline is well-known as one of the best fantasy/adventure contemporaries of Edgar Rice Burroughs. This edition is sourced from the original magazine text and includes all of the original illustrations.

The Argosy Library #3

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The Sherlock of Sageland: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 1 by W.C. Tuttle (The Argosy Library)

The Sherlock of Sageland: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

Once voted Adventure magazine’s most popular author, W.C. Tuttle introduced the world to one of his longest-running—and most popular—series characters, Henry Harrison Conroy, in the pages of Argosy. Collected here are the first four stories: “Henry Goes Arizona,” “With the Help of Henry,” “The Sherlock of Sageland,” and “The Diplomacy of Henry,” and rounded out by an Afterword by Sai Shankar.

The Argosy Library #4

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The Masked Master Mind (The Argosy Library) by George F. Worts

The Masked Master Mind (The Argosy Library)

One of Argosy’s most popular authors—George F. Worts—pens this never-before reprinted novel of a trail of crime that ran from sleepy Maple Hollow to Steel City. George F. Worts was the author of many beloved series which graced the pages of Argosy such as Vingo, Gillian Hazeltine, Singapore Sammy Shay, and most of all, Peter Moore AKA Peter the Brazen. His best-known work, The Phantom President was turned into a movie in 1932. Writing in a variety of genres, Worts was able to carve out a successful career in the pulps for decades, both under his own name and his preferred pen-name, Loring Brent.

The Argosy Library #6

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Gone North (The Argosy Library) by Charles Alden Seltzer

Gone North (The Argosy Library)

When Jim Fallon started for the Hudson Bay country, he wasn’t sure whether he was on a man-hunt or a wild goose chase—but he found his quest was fraught with real enough peril. Gone North ranks among the best novels ever written by Charles Alden Seltzer, one of Argosy’s most popular authors.

The Argosy Library #5

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Balata (The Argosy Library)

Balata (The Argosy Library)

Trees of living gold in the Amazon jungles, guarded by alligators, poisoned darts and rival hunters—such was the lodestone that drew an American expedition, and the unwilling Pete Holcomb…. Never before reprinted, it’s one of the best high adventure stories Argosy fan-favorite Fred MacIsaac wrote for the magazine.

The Argosy Library #7

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Bretwalda (The Argosy Library) by Philip Ketchum

Bretwalda (The Argosy Library)

Collecting—for the first time—all 12 stories of the Bretwalda saga from the pages of Argosy Magazine by Philip Ketchum.
’Twas the mightiest weapon the eyes of man had ever beheld; its mystic name meant “Ruler of Briton.” And from over the Northern Sea came a Viking’s thrall—the only man in the world who could wield that fearsome steel—to save good King Alfred and the homeland he scarce remembered.

The Argosy Library #8

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Draft of Eternity (The Argosy Library) by Victor Rousseau

Draft of Eternity (The Argosy Library)

A groundbreaking science fiction, post-apocalyptic & time travel classic from the early days of The All-Story by an underrated writer, Victor Rousseau.

The Argosy Library #9

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Four Corners, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library) by Theodore Roscoe

Four Corners, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

Mystery runs rampant in the quiet, upstate New York town of Four Corners…. Easily one of Theodore Roscoe’s best-written series, Volume 1 collects the first half of this lost masterpiece of the pulps.

The Argosy Library #10

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The Scorpion Scar: The Complete Tales of Koropok, Volume 2

The Scorpion Scar: The Complete Tales of Koropok, Volume 2

One of the best series from the twilight of Adventure Magazine’s run, this 11-story saga of an American undercover agent in the Far East during World War II has been sadly neglected for 75 years. But no longer!

Volume 2 contains the last five stories: “The Bleeding Sun,” “The Sword of Shinto,” “The Silken Scabbard,” “The Scorpion Scar,” and “The Year of the Dog.”

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The Sphinx Strikes

The Sphinx Strikes (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

In this most dangerous game, The Sphinx, iron-nerved spy, was instructed—“Suspect everybody! And remember, murder is nothing in this business.” Collecting—for the first time—the entire series. Part of The Uniform H. Bedford-Jones Library.

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Civil War Stories (Spring 1940) - Replica Edition

Civil War Stories #1 (Spring 1940) (Replica Edition)

The late 1930s were a unique time for specialized pulp magazine titles, and this is one of the oddest. Lasting for only one issue, Civil War Stories appeared on the stands to build upon the success of Gone With the Wind. This replica edition is a straight copy of the original pulp, and at an affordable price.

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Secret Agent

Secret Agent X: The Complete Series, Volume 7

For 41 issues from 1934 to 1939,Secret Agent “X” battled the forces of evil in the pages of his own pulp magazine. Now, for the first time… the complete pulp series is being reprinted in nine deluxe omnibus editions! The text has been reset and all the original interior illustrations have been remastered. This volume contains the next five stories, by G.T. Fleming-Roberts: “The Doom Director,” “Horror’s Handclasp,” “City of Madness,” “Death’s Frozen Formula” and “The Murder Brain.” This is the Secret Agent “X” reprint series to own!

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Tales of the Werewolf Clan

Tales of the Werewolf Clan

The Werewolf Clan saga began with a letter written by H.P. Lovecraft to Weird Tales Magazine. “Take a werewolf story, for instance—Who ever wrote a story from the point of view of the wolf, and sympathizing strong with the devil to whom he had sold himself?”

This epic story, sprawling over the centuries, begins with Wladislaw Brenryk of Ponkert, Poland and culminates with tales told by what could be the last descendant of the Werewolf Clan.

Discover the first Werewolf story written from the wolf’s point of view in this collected volume of Tales of the Werewolf Clan, including the original stories published in Weird Tales, The Werewolf of Ponkert, The Werewolf’s Daughter and Ten Tales of the Werewolf Clan (Volumes One & Two).

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Kid Calvert: The Complete Series

Kid Calvert: The Complete Series

The forgotten Hero pulp! Created to compliment fellow Ace Publications hero characters such as Secret Agent “X,” Captain Hazzard, and The Griffon, Kid Calvert has remained forgotten, undiscovered by pulp scholars for 80 years.

Now—for the first time—Will Murray reintroduces the character who just may have been intended to be Ace’s flagship property. This volume collects all five Kid Calvert yarns, along with historical notes by Murray himself.

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The Best of Spicy Mystery Volume 2

The Best of Spicy Mystery, Volume 2

The Thrills of Horror! Romantic Tales of the Eerie and Occult! You’ll find them in Spicy Mystery—stories of red-blooded men and lovely girls in dangerous situations, in an atmosphere of chills and thrills. Real life is never so tense and dramatic as when a girl is in peril—or as when a siren as deadly as she is beautiful sets her snare for a man….Are you bored of typical weird menace plots, many of which crept into Spicy Mystery? Then sample these tales which break out of that tired formula where every ending is happy, and the only challenge is guessing which minor character gets exposed as the villain in a rubber monster suit and demon mask! The Best of Spicy Mystery, Volume 2 contains 11 classic stories by the masters of the genre, complete, uncut, and with the original illustrations. It also includes an all-new introduction by editor Alfred Jan, one of the leading experts on the series.

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In the Grip of the Griffin: The Complete Battles of Gordon Manning & The Griffin, Volume 3

In the Grip of the Griffin: The Complete Battles of Gordon Manning & The Griffin, Volume 3

The end of the saga! Running for 31 installments, this is one of the classic sagas from the pages of Detective Fiction Weekly featuring master criminal The Griffin and his war on America. Written by one of the most colorful authors of pulpdom, Volume 3 contains the final 10 stories of the series, uncut, and with all the original illustrations.

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Blood and Steel: The Complete Tales of Kingi Bwana, Volume 4

Blood and Steel: The Complete Tales of Kingi Bwana, Volume 4

“Anything can happen in Africa!”—that’s the credo of big game hunter, trader and safari guide King, known all over the Dark Continent as Kingi Bwana. Together with his two loyal companions, the deadly Masai warrior Barounggo and the wizened, cunning Hottentot Kaffa, the stoic American battles slave traders, ivory poachers, gold smugglers, arms traffickers, evil witch doctors and secret societies in the savanna and jungle of Central East Africa. Collecting the last four stories: “A Man to Kill,” “Slaves of Ethiopia,” “Strong as Gorillas,” and “Blood and Steel.”

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Beyond the Call of Duty: The Complete Tales of Koropok, Volume 1

Beyond the Call of Duty: The Complete Tales of Koropok, Volume 1

One of the best series from the twilight of Adventure Magazine’s run, this 11-story saga of an American undercover agent in the Far East during World War II has been sadly neglected for 75 years. But no longer!

Volume 1 contains the first six stories: “Beyond the Call of Duty,” “The War-Fan,” “Flight Without Wings,” “Belt of Steel,” “Lost Face,” and “The Last Banzai.”

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The King Makers: The Adventures of Vincent Connor

The King Makers: The Adventures of Vincent Connor (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Vincent Connor—to all simply a wealthy playboy—but his “play” was matching wits in tight places against wily Oriental intriguers and the theft of the priceless Han jades. Part of the Uniform H. Bedford-Jones Library.

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Defiance Valley: The Complete Northwoods Stories of Frederick Nebel, Volume 1

Defiance Valley: The Complete Northwoods Stories of Frederick Nebel, Volume 1

Tales of the Northwest may have been Frederick Nebel’s forte, but sadly these ultra-rare magazines don’t turn up often and as a result, few readers have been able to enjoy these classics. With this book, Altus Press brings these stories to modern readers, complete, uncut, and in order. Volume 1 contains Nebel’s first 16 stories of this genre, taken from North*West Stories and Action Stories.

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Day of Doom: The Complete Battles of Gordon Manning & The Griffin, Volume 2

Day of Doom: The Complete Battles of Gordon Manning & The Griffin, Volume 2

The Griffin returns! Running for 31 installments, this is one of the classic sagas from the pages of Detective Fiction Weekly featuring master criminal The Griffin and his war on America. Written by one of the most colorful authors of pulpdom, Volume 2 contains the next 10 stories of the series, uncut, and with all the original images.

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Black Drums Talking: The Complete Tales of Kingi Bwana, Volume 3

Black Drums Talking: The Complete Tales of Kingi Bwana, Volume 3

“Anything can happen in Africa!”—that’s the credo of big game hunter, trader and safari guide King, known all over the Dark Continent as Kingi Bwana. Together with his two loyal companions, the deadly Masai warrior Barounggo and the wizened, cunning Hottentot Kaffa, the stoic American battles slave traders, ivory poachers, gold smugglers, arms traffickers, evil witch doctors and secret societies in the savanna and jungle of Central East Africa. Contains the next three stories in the series: “Black Drums Talking,” “Wardens of the Big Game,” and “Raiders of the Abyssinia.”

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Abel Smith of Nantucket

Abel Smith of Nantucket (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Two months after the United States flag had been raised on the Pacific coast, there arrived young Abel Smith of Nantucket—a Yankee adventurer in the New West.

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Bellegarde

Bellegarde (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

The King’s Pardon: Neither the assassins in his path nor the warnings of that mysterious girl could stay the mission of the man France was to know as Bellegarde. Part of the Uniform H. Bedford-Jones Library.

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