Sale! The Argosy Library: Series 8 (Ten Book Set)

The Argosy Library: Series 8 (Ten Book Set)

This specially-priced set includes all ten books in Series 8 of The Argosy Library:

Get all of Series 8 at a big discount!

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White Heather Weather (The Argosy Library)

White Heather Weather (The Argosy Library)

Set in 17th Century England, after Oliver Cromwell’s death, young Samson Northam has grown tired of assisting his father run a rustic inn. But when a chance encounter with a young blonde brings him to London, Northam soon learns just what the truth is about this mysterious girl. Written by the king of the Westerns, Frederick Faust (AKA Max Brand), this swashbuckling epic has never before appeared in book form.

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The Fire Flower and Other Adventures: The Jackson Gregory Omnibus (The Argosy Library)

The Fire Flower and Other Adventures: The Jackson Gregory Omnibus (The Argosy Library)

The first omnibus by one of the most popular authors to appear in the Munsey pulps—Jackson Gregory—this oversized, remastered edition collects one short story and two novels which originally were published in the pages of All-Story Weekly in 1916–18. Gregory excelled at penning Westerns, but he was no slouch when he branched out to other genres as well, as this omnibus shows.

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The Curse of Capistrano and Other Adventures: The Johnston McCulley Omnibus, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

The Curse of Capistrano and Other Adventures: The Johnston McCulley Omnibus, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

A monster-sized volume containing the first two Zorro novels from the pages of All-Story Weekly by Johnston McCulley. It’s headlined by the premiere Zorro adventure, “The Curse of Capistrano,” along with the rare, second Zorro story, “The Further Adventures of Zorro.” Taken directly from the original pulp texts and including several of the original pulp illustrations.

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Trailin' (The Argosy Library)

Trailin’ (The Argosy Library)

A Western story as only Max Brand can write, as those who read The Untamed will testify; and from the moment when Anthony Woodbury backs the outlaw stallion in Madison Square Garden until, under the shadow of Two Brother Mountains in the Far West, he stands face to face with a long-dead past and comes to a final great decision. A Western classic from the pages of All-Story Weekly by Frederick Faust AKA Max Brand.

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H. Bedford-Jones' Stories of the Seas (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

H. Bedford-Jones’ Stories of the Seas (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Amongst the genres in which author H. Bedford-Jones wrote, perhaps his most popular were his stories of pirates, life on the sea, and adventure on the oceans. This monster-sized compendium of four of the “King of the Pulps’” stories of the seas is completely remastered from the original texts and includes all of the original pulp illustrations.

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Fang Tung, Magician (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Fang Tung, Magician (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

The “King of the Pulps”—H. Bedford-Jones—pens a story of modern China: a country in the throes of rebirth, where the superstition of magic of other days are sometimes opposed to the chattering machine-gun—where the rigid caste system of the oldest surviving civilization is fighting a losing fight against the newly-found ideal of Western democracy. A classic pulp adventure from early in H. Bedford-Jones’ career.

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The Jewels of Ling Ti (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

The Jewels of Ling Ti (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Captain Jim Hanecy, agent and dealer in antiques, was no stranger to intrigue, but he and his partner, Toptit, soon found more than they bargained for in the ancient city of Cheng-tu. Never before reprinted in its entirely, The Jewels of Ling Ti is a classic adventure of the Orient by the “King of the Pulps”—H. Bedford-Jones—written at the height of his popularity.

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Pirates Ain’t All Dead Yet: The Complete Adventures of Captain Struthers (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Pirates Ain’t All Dead Yet: The Complete Adventures of Captain Struthers (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

A story of modern-day seafaring by the “King of the Pulps”—H. Bedford-Jones—the whimsical Captain Struthers series is reminiscent of his popular Pinky Jenkins adventures. Never before reprinted, this edition also includes another of Bedford-Jones’ sea stories as a bonus.

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The Complete Adventures of Tizzo the Firebrand by Max Brand

The Complete Adventures of Tizzo the Firebrand (Deluxe Edition)

Superstar pulpsmith Max Brand was best known for his Westerns, but his historical adventures rank among the best stories he ever wrote. These seven stories of 16th Century Italian Renaissance swashbuckling swordsman Tizzo are tightly-plotted, action-packed adventures which were rarely equaled in quality by Brand’s contemporaries.

Collected for the first time in its entirety—and in the only edition authorized by the Frederick Faust estate—are all seven Tizzo adventures, accompanied by all the original illustrations from Argosy Magazine. And this edition also includes an all-new introduction by Max Brand expert William F. Nolan (Logan’s Run).

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The Bait and the Trap: The Complete Adventures of Tizzo, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

The Bait and the Trap: The Complete Adventures of Tizzo, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

Superstar pulpsmith Max Brand was best known for his Westerns, but his historical adventures rank among the best stories he ever wrote. These seven stories of 16th Century Italian Renaissance swashbuckling swordsman Tizzo are tightly-plotted, action-packed adventures which were rarely equaled in quality by Brand’s contemporaries. Volume 2 collects the final four stories: “The Cat and the Perfume,” “Claws of the Tigress,” “The Bait and the Trap,” and “The Pearls of the Bonfadini.” Includes an introduction by Brand scholar William F. Nolan (Logan’s Run).

The Argosy Library #64

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Swords in Exile: The Rakehelly Adventures of Cleve and d’Entreville, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

Swords in Exile: The Rakehelly Adventures of Cleve and d’Entreville, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

One of the most popular series from Argosy’s later years, Murray R. Montgomery penned a number of stories chronicling the adventures of Her Majesty’s Guard Richard Cleve and French cavalier Monsieur le Comte Guy d’Entreville… partners and rakehellies of the Cardinal’s Guard and in the service of Cardinal Richelieu in seventeenth-century France. Much-revered and enjoyed by thousands of Argosy readers, these fast-paced stories have never before been reprinted. Collecting the final two stories in the series.

The Argosy Library #66

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Men With No Master: The Complete Adventures of Robin the Bombardier (The Argosy Library)

Men With No Master: The Complete Adventures of Robin the Bombardier (The Argosy Library)

Hail to the heroes of New Forest—those defiant, stout-hearted freemen, whose crossbows and bombards shall write high glory for England in the Hundred Years War. Written by longtime pulp editor and agent Roy de S. Horn, this four-story series chronicled the adventures of Robin Santerre AKA Robin the Bombardier.

The Argosy Library #67

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King of Chaos and Other Adventures: The Johnston McCulley Omnibus

King of Chaos and Other Adventures: The Johnston McCulley Omnibus (The Argosy Library)

A monster-sized volume containing five novels from the pages of Argosy, The All-Story, and The Railroad Man’s Magazine by the creator of Zorro, Johnston McCulley. It’s headlined by the epic “King of Chaos,” which chronicles the rightful heir to an island nation in his quest to reclaim his throne. This omnibus edition also includes the additional McCulley full-length novels “Shipmates With Horror,” “At His Mercy,” and “Daughter of the Idol.”

The Argosy Library #69

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The Firebrand: The Complete Adventures of Tizzo, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

The Firebrand: The Complete Adventures of Tizzo, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

Superstar pulpsmith Max Brand was best known for his Westerns, but his historical adventures rank among the best stories he ever wrote. These seven stories of 16th Century Italian Renaissance swashbuckling swordsman Tizzo are tightly-plotted, action-packed adventures which were rarely equaled in quality by Brand’s contemporaries. Volume 1 collects the first three stories: “The Firebrand,” “The Great Betrayal,” and “The Storm.” Includes an introduction by Brand scholar William F. Nolan (Logan’s Run).

The Argosy Library #59

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The American (The Argosy Library)

The American (The Argosy Library)

Riots in Paris! The King on a tottering throne! And in Charlevain, the rabble rises to storm the chateau with John Hampton in command!

In Le Havre, France, John Hampton of Virginia runs into a tavern brawl and lends the assistance of his expert sword to two men. After receiving a mortal wound, one of the men entrusts with a packet of papers. Could these papers lead to the downfall of France?

This French Revolution historical epic—written by the king of the Westerns, Max Brand, has never before appeared in book form.

With an introduction by William F. Nolan.

The Argosy Library #48

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Nuala O’Malley: A Story of Ireland (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Nuala O’Malley: A Story of Ireland (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Nuala O’Malley is one of the earliest novels by the “King of the Pulps”—H. Bedford-Jones—to appear in the influential All-Story Weekly. Another of the author’s popular historical sagas, this is a stirring, entrancing story of Erin when Cromwell was campaigning, and when the fighting heritage that is every Irishman’s found vent through sword and ax and fire. You meet Brian Buidh, Brian of the Yellow Hair, more thrilling than even your favorite movie hero; and as for Nuala herself….

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Blood Royal (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Blood Royal (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

“Had the king lived, there had been no murder of womenfolk; but Bedfort had shot down the king from behind and fled to Mackinac, untouched of the law, and the kingdom had fallen into hands weaker and more cruel. Therefore had come voyager, lumberjack, fisherman, bearing them retribution.”

Written in the early days of the career of the prolific “King of the Pulps”—H. Bedford-Jones—Blood Royal is one of the earliest of his historical adventure stories set in his native Canada. It’s a fast-paced northwest adventure… the type which made H. Bedford-Jones one of the most beloved authors of the first half of the Twentieth Century.

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Barbary Gold (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Barbary Gold (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Sunken treasure in the Barbary waters off Africa! A group of three wartime adventurers are after a fortune in German gold: a sunken sub hides the horde, but they’ll have to fight pirates, Germans, and unknown dangers to recover it.

Written in the early days of the career of the prolific “King of the Pulps”—H. Bedford-Jones—Barbary Gold has never before been collected in book form. It’s a fast-paced adventure… the type which made H. Bedford-Jones one of the most beloved authors of the first half of the Twentieth Century.

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The World Was Their Stage (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

The World Was Their Stage (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Spanning ancient Roman times, Normandy, medieval England and Germany, France, and colonial America, and including appearances by Cleopatra, d’Artagnan, and Cyrano de Bergerac, author H. Bedford-Jones details some of the most pivotable moments in history in this interconnected 17-part historical epic. The World Was Their Stage is one of the longest novels written by “the King of the Pulps,” H. Bedford-Jones, and has never before been reprinted.

Featuring scores of vintage story illustrations by George Avison, Merritt Berger, Pedar Cavanagh, John Richard Flanagan, Peter Kuhlhoff, J. Clinton Shepherd, and Raymond Sisley, along with a cover by Herbert Morton Stoops.

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Sale! The H. Bedford-Jones Library: Series 7 (Six Book Set)

The H. Bedford-Jones Library: Series 7 (Six Book Set)

This specially-priced set includes all six books in Series 7 of The H. Bedford-Jones Library:

One of the most popular and prolific authors of the Twentieth Century, the “King of the Pulps” wrote over 25 million words of fiction over his career, and across several genres. Get all of Series 7 at a big discount!

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Swordflame (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Swordflame (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Early in the eighteenth century, one of the rising young men of New France was Rupert Callan (or, as he was better known by the Iroquois-given name, Swordflame). Irishman, Jacobite, and portionless gentleman, he had at once won the regard of those daring adventurers of the Canadas, the Le Moyne brothers.

Swordfame is one of the earliest novels written by “the King of the Pulps,” H. Bedford-Jones, for the pages of The All-Story Magazine.

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The Beginning of Air Mail (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

The Beginning of Air Mail (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

“Before your time. Back in 1870—the first air mail.”

During the Siege of Paris in 1870, at the height of the Franco-Prussian War, a group of airmen battled Prussian forces in war-torn France. Led by Giraud: everyone in the service knew Giraud, the Early Bird, the best test pilot going. Born a Frenchman, Giraud was one of the Grand Old Men of the air: an Early Bird, a magnificent training and test pilot. He had positively forgotten more about the air than the rest knew.

The Beginning of Air Mail is a previously-unreprinted historical saga from the pen of “the King of the Pulps,” H. Bedford-Jones, who authored 25 million words of fiction over his career.

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Warriors in Exile

Warriors in Exile (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Collected for the first time is author H. Bedford-Jones' 17-part saga of the French Foreign Legion… the fascinating series based on the records of the most famous and picturesque fighting force of modern times. Featuring stories of the Foreign Legions in Crimea, Italy, Formosa, Tonkin, Siam, Dahomey, Sudan, Madagascar, the Sahara, with Maximilian of Austria in Mexico, war-torn Spain in 1835, and the Franco-Prussian War.

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Gunpowder Gold

Gunpowder Gold (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

Grimm had risked his life on the American and European battlefields. Now he was hot on the trail of the two hundred million francs left to the exiled young Russian Duchess Marie of Courtland, and Grimm needed that to fund the battles of the American Colonies… and to buy the needed gunpowder to win their independence.

This edition marks the first time this novel-length adventure has been published in book form. It's another historical fiction classic by the King of the Pulps, author H. Bedford-Jones.

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They Lived By the Sword

They Lived By the Sword (The H. Bedford-Jones Library)

A fantastic novel of the World War of 218 B.C., and of Hannibal’s invasion across the Alps—the greatest military feat in history. It's a novel by the King of the Pulps—author H. Bedford-Jones—which has never before appeared in book form.

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