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Day 4: The Argosy Library Series 6 AND 7

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Each day, we’re unveiling several new books. Today we’re releasing Series 6 AND 7 in The Argosy Library. (Yes TWENTY books!) Each 10-book set reprints classic fiction from the pages of the Frank A. Munsey Company’s line of pulps. Authors in these releases include Johnston McCulley, George F. Worts, Max Brand, Frank Milne Farley, Ray Cummings, and W.C. Tuttle, and featuring some of the most popular series characters Munsey published, such as Peter the Brazen, The Mongoose, Semi Dual, Peter Scarlet, Tizzo the Firebrand, Sheriff Henry, and Robin the Bombardier.

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The Complete Cases of The Mongoose (The Argosy Library)

The Complete Cases of The Mongoose

by Johnston McCulley, illustrated by Joseph A. Farren, introduction by Peter Poplaski

From the creator of Zorro. Never before reprinted, this series of nine novelettes saw publication in 1932-33 within the pages of Detective Fiction Weekly. Owing much to author Johnston McCulley’s better-known creation, the masked crimefighter The Mongoose was in actuality two people—Sidney Carleigh and his sister Eleanor—who planned the revenge against those bankers and prominent individuals who framed their father for crimes which sent him to prison. With an all-new introduction by Peter Poplaski.

414 pages | $29.95 softcover | $39.95 hardcover

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The Girl and The People of the Golden Atom (The Argosy Library)

The Girl and the People of the Golden Atom

by Ray Cummings, illustrations by Virgil Finlay and Frank R. Paul, introduction by Will Murray

Two of the most influential science fiction classics from the heyday of The All-Story are reprinted from their original magazine texts. Pioneering the subatomic fiction genre and inspiring a legion of imitators, Ray Cummings’ short story, “The Girl in the Golden Atom” spawned a novel-length sequel the following year. Included here are the Virgil Finlay and Frank R. Paul illustrations from the stories’ subsequent appearances in Famous Fantastic Mysteries, as well as an introduction by Will Murray.

310 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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The Gray Dragon: The Adventures of Peter the Brazen, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

The Gray Dragon: The Adventures of Peter the Brazen, Volume 2

by Loring Brent

Peter the Brazen returns! Wireless operator Peter Moore continues his adventures in Len Yang as he battles the sinister figure of power and evil, the mysterious Gray Dragon. Written by long-time Argosy author George F. Worts under his primary pen-name, Peter the Brazen made a marked impression on Argosy reader Lester Dent when he co-created Doc Savage. The saga of Peter the Brazen is amongst the best adventure series in the history of pulp fiction.

315 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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The Golden City (The Argosy Library)

The Golden City

by Ralph Milne Farley, illustrated by Virgil Finlay and Samuel Cahan

The lost continent of Mu! The story has often been told of how it exists unknown and uncharted in the mid-Pacific, glimpsed by sailors once in a century. But Adams Mayhew, lost overboard from a whaling ship, found himself at the shores of the mystic land… and began a strange adventure… for Mayhew would soon be pit against The Spider—mad genius of Mu—with the existence of that lost Pacific continent at stake. Featuring the original illustrations from the story’s original appearance in Argosy, as well as those from Famous Fantastic Mysteries by the incomparable Virgil Finlay.

200 pages | $16.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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The House of Invisible Bondage: The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, the Occult Detector (The Argosy Library)

The House of Invisible Bondage: The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, the Occult Detector

by J.U. Giesy & Junius B. Smith, illustrated by Roger B. Morrison

Semi Dual, the wizard detective, and his assistants, Glace and Bryce, investigate the case of Imer Lamb, who has been committed to the private asylum of Dr. Drake. But just what is the secret of the doctor’s House of Invisible Bondage? Continuing the casebook of Semi Dual, the occult detector.

193 pages | $16.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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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

by Hulbert Footner, illustrated by Roger B. Morrison

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.

233 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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The Tower of Death: The Adventures of Scarlet and Bradshaw, Volume 3 (The Argosy Library)

The Tower of Death: The Adventures of Scarlet and Bradshaw, Volume 3

by Theodore Roscoe, illustrated by M. Lincoln Lee, John R. Neill, and George Wert

Best remembered as the author of Thibaut Corday and his French Foreign Legion yarns, author Theodore Roscoe wrote another, little-known, long-running series: the adventures of curio hunter Peter Scarlet and Bradshaw, the naturalist. While each appeared in solo stories, they also teamed up in several yarns. These tales of treasure in the Orient are action-filled adventure by one of pulpdom’s best. Volume 3 collects the next five adventures, taken from the pages of Action Stories and Argosy magazines.

193 pages | $16.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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The Devil-Tree of El Dorado: The Saga of Monella, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)

The Devil-Tree of El Dorado: The Saga of Monella, Volume 1

by Frank Aubrey

An early science fiction classic by the British author Frank Aubrey which began his trilogy of novels surrounding the mysterious giant, Monella, as published in the pages of the Munsey pulps in the United States. The Devil-Tree of El Dorado is one of the classics of the Lost Race genre, involving time-forgotten lands and mystical entities.

354 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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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

by Max Brand, introduction by William F. Nolan

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).

321 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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Marching Sands and The Caravan of the Dead: The Harold Lamb Omnibus (The Argosy Library)

Marching Sands and The Caravan of the Dead: The Harold Lamb Omnibus

by Harold Lamb

Known best for his stories in Adventure magazine, Harold Lamb penned a number of fantastic fiction and action stories for the pages of Argosy. Included in this omnibus edition are two of his best: “Marching Sands,” a lost race story, and “The Caravan of the Dead,” an adventure in Asia.

447 pages | $24.95 softcover | $34.95 hardcover

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Kingdom Come (The Argosy Library)

Kingdom Come

by Martin McCall, cover by Rudolph Belarski

America is in the hands of the Red Sleeves! All over the nation this secret army has risen and struck with paralyzing suddenness. Transportation lines, telephone, power plants, munitions—all have fallen to the Red-Sleeved horde. Within the space of a few bloody hours the orderly course of democratic life had been turned into chaos: freedom of speech and personal liberty are suspended. Any yet the Red Sleeve battle-cry is “America for Americans!” Never before in book form, this Depression-era epic from the pages of Argosy is reminiscent of its then-contemporary, the espionage/post-apocalyptic series, Operator 5.

212 pages | $16.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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Henry Rides the Danger Trail: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 3 (The Argosy Library)

Henry Rides the Danger Trail: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 3

by W.C. Tuttle, illustrated by V.E. Pyles

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 next two novels: “The Revelation of Henry” and “Henry Rides the Danger Trail.”

233 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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Z is for Zombie (The Argosy Library)

Z is for Zombie

by Theodore Roscoe, illustrated by V.E. Pyles

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.

254 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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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

by Max Brand, introduction by William F. Nolan

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).

271 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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Minions of Mars (The Argosy Library)

Minions of Mars

by William Gray Beyer, cover by Virgil Finlay

Rip Van Winkle was a mere cat-napper compared to Mark Nevin who went to sleep in 1939 and woke up six thousand years later. That was confusing enough without being elected by a prankish, disembodied intelligence to be the father of the future race, and chosen by a smooth-tongued rebel as king of a crazy country Mark had never even heard of. A sparkling and fast-moving tale of adventures in the Days to Come….

197 pages | $16.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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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

by Murray R. Montgomery, illustrated by V.E. Pyles & Stanley Maxwell

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.

274 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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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

by Roy de S. Horn, illustrated by V.E. Pyles

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.

282 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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The Torch (The Argosy Library)

The Torch

by Jack Bechdolt, illustrations by Lawrence Sterne Stevens and L. Robert Tschirky

A classic fantasy story from the pages of Argosy, “The Torch” is one of the pulp’s earliest post-apocalyptic stories: following the near-destruction of the world from a comet collision, society now exists in two groups: the aristocrats who live in “The Tower,” where the skyscrapers once existed, and the “Folk,” who reside in the the abandoned subway tunnels. This edition includes the original illustrations from its later publication in Famous Fantastic Mysteries by Lawrence Sterne Stevens.

225 pages | $16.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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King of Chaos and Other Adventures: The Johnston McCulley Omnibus

King of Chaos and Other Adventures: The Johnston McCulley Omnibus

by Johnston McCulley

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.”

680 pages | $29.95 softcover | $39.95 hardcover

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The Blind Spot (The Argosy Library)

The Blind Spot

by Austin Hall & Homer Eon Flint, illustrated by Virgil Finlay

A classic of science fiction, “The Blind Spot” is considered one of the first parallel world stories, and one of the most popular fantasy stories to see publication in Argosy. Includes the original illustrations from its later publication in Famous Fantastic Mysteries by Virgil Finlay.

359 pages | $19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover

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