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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Four Corners, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

Four Corners, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

Mystery runs rampant in the quiet, upstate New York town of Four Corners… featuring five more Gothic mysteries as only Theodore Roscoe could write. Easily one of Roscoe’s best-written series, Volume 2 collects the second half of this lost masterpiece of the pulps, as they originally appeared in the pages of Argosy magazine.

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Z is for Zombie (The Argosy Library)

Z is for Zombie (The Argosy Library)

In Haiti, that dark island of mystery, voodoo, and zombies, John Ranier, American medico of a cruise ship, arrives to plunge into a strange dilemma: a man with a Z scar on his arm is dead: but there’s no wound on him. The second of author Theodore Roscoe’s Haitian zombie novels, and one of the best stories he penned for the pages of Argosy.

The Argosy Library #63

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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 Scrap of Lace: The Complete Cases of Madame Storey, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

The Scrap of Lace: The Complete Cases of Madame Storey, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

Femme fatale Mme. Rozika Storey was one of the most popular series characters in the pages of Argosy during the 1920s–30s. These detective stories are fast-paced adventures which pushed Madame Storey’s masterful deductive skills to the limit. Volume 1 contains the first three stories in the series.

The Argosy Library #56

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A Grave Must Be Deep! (The Argosy Library)

A Grave Must Be Deep! (The Argosy Library)

Nobody had much use for wealthy old Uncle Eli Proudfoot when he was alive, so there was not much sorrow when he was murdered at Morne Noir, his Haitian estate. Seven of the eight people who were named in his will were eager to have it read. The will stipulated that he was to be buried with voodoo rites, and it was quite clear where his entire estate should be given. But when that recipient was discovered dead, the eighth person—Patricia Dale—became the prime suspect… and she was to be the recipient of the grim business of the Haitian voodoo sect as well.

The Argosy Library #47

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The Cult Murders (The Argosy Library)

The Cult Murders (The Argosy Library)

Murder in the horoscope: two men’s strange plot against all women takes an ugly turn when murder intrudes. First appearance in book form.

Leonard Cline (1893–1929) was praised by H.P. Lovecraft for his work, The Dark Chamber (1927), calling it “high in artistic stature.” Written in 1929 while serving a sentence for manslaughter, “The Cult Murders” is one of Cline’s two novels written for Detective Fiction Weekly under his pseudonym, Alan Forsyth.

The Argosy Library #50

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