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Adventure Magazine (June 1950)

Adventure Magazine (June 1950)

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VG water stain, slight cover edge trim, off-white paper
Authors
Perry Adams, Harry Botsford, Ed Dieckmann, Harold Willard Gleason, Freeman H. Hubbard, Llewellyn Hughes, Jim Kjelgaard, Robert J. McCaig, Jack Clinton McLarn, Walt Sheldon, Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, Frederick Wilkins
Artists
Peter Stevens, Joseph A. Farren, Charles Geer, Everett Raymond Kinstler, Peter Kuhlhoff, V.E. Pyles, Roger L. Thomas
Publisher
Popular Publications
$9.00
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Adventure Magazine (July 10 1923)

Adventure Magazine (July 10 1923)

Condition
G most of spine paper missing, piece out of back cover, off-white paper
Authors
Bill Adams, H. Bedford-Jones, E.A. Brininstool, Karl W. Detzer, Negley Farson, Oscar J. Friend, Harold Lamb, J.D. Newsom, Hugh Pendexter, Frank C. Robertson, Paul Severance
Artists
Colcord Heurlin, Arthur Schwieder
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$20.00
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The Shudder Pulps (Paperback Edition)

The Shudder Pulps (Paperback Edition)

This is a sharp copy of the significant history of the Weird Menace pulps, The Shudder Pulps, by Robert Kenneth Jones. Published by New American Library in 1978. This book is surprisingly hard to find in nice shape. This is a nice copy with some shelf wear to the back cover and tanning to the spine and interior paper.

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Adventure Magazine (June 30 1923)

Adventure Magazine (June 30 1923)

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FN minor scuff on front cover, off-white paper
Authors
Bill Adams, H.A. Noureddin Addis, Lewis Appleton Barker, Frederick R. Bechdolt, Douglas M. Dold, Charles Victor Fischer, Arthur M. Harris, George E. Holt, Hugh Pendexter, Roy Snider, W.C. Tuttle, Viola Ransom Wood, Gordon Young
Artists
H.C. Murphy, George M. Richards
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$50.00
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Dime Detective Magazine (March 1938)

Dime Detective Magazine (March 1938)

Condition
FR-GD color facsimile front cover, back cover tear, cream paper
Authors
Carroll John Daly, Raymond Chandler, William Edward Hayes, Maxwell Hawkins, Frederick C. Davis
Artists
Walter Baumhofer, John Fleming Gould
Publisher
Popular Publications
$100.00
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Thrilling Mystery Novel Magazine (March 1946)

Thrilling Mystery Novel Magazine (March 1946)

Condition
G- spine tears, chips, cream paper
Authors
Helen Reilly, John L. Benton, C.K.M. Scanlon, Robert Sidney Bowen
Artists
Rudolph Belarski
Publisher
Thrilling Publications
$7.00
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Adventure Magazine 1924 Bound Volume

Adventure Magazine 1924 Bound Volume

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A bound hardcover of the following issues of Adventure Magazine: December 10, 20, 30 1924. Includes all 3 issues’ covers. Off-white-paper
Authors
Thomson Burtis, Fairfax Downey, J. Allan Dunn, Faunce Rochester, Alanson Skinner, Roy Snider, David Thibault, P.W. Timberlake, John Webb, Bill Adams, H.C. Bailey, Charles Beadle, Will Chamberlain, John L. Considine, Harold Willard Gleason, Nevil Henshaw, Gordon MacCreagh, Frederick Moore, William Byron Mowery, Ralph R. Perry, W.C. Tuttle, Wolcott LeClear Beard, John Dorman, Frank Huston, James Parker Long, Alex McLaren, Kingsley Moses, Leonard H. Nason, Hugh Pendexter, F. St. Mars, Raymond W. Thorp, Thomas Topham, James K. Waterman, Arthur Woodward
Artists
A.L. Ripley, B. Westmacott, Paul Remmy, Walter H. Vanderburgh, H.L. Murphy, Arthur Schwieder
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$50.00
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Sale! The Dime Detective Library: Series 6 (Six Book Set)

The Dime Detective Library: Series 6 (Six Book Set)

This specially-priced set includes all six books in Series 6 of The Dime Detective Library:

Considered the greatest of all detective pulps to only Black Mask, Dime Detective was the home to dozens of classic, quirky series characters, all with an offbeat twist. Get all of Series 6 at a discount!

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Adventure Magazine (July 1917)

Adventure Magazine (July 1917)

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FR laminated cover, off-white paper
Authors
Patrick & Terence Casey, Robert J. Pearsall, W.C. Tuttle, Berthe Knatvold Mellett, J. Allan Dunn, James Francis Dwyer, George L. Catton, George Warburton Lewis, William H. Hamby, Farnham Bishop & Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur, Roy P. Churchill, William Hope Hodgson,· Percy W. Reynolds
Artists
Philip R. Goodwin, Charles Edward Searle
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$30.00
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Adventure Magazine (May 1917)

Adventure Magazine (May 1917)

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FR edge chips, brittle paper
Authors
H.M. Beardsley, Farnham Bishop & Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur, Captain A.E. Dingle, J. Allan Dunn, James Francis Dwyer, H. Rider Haggard, Hapsburg Liebe, Talbot Mundy, Henry Oyen, Robert J. Pearsall, W.D. Pelley, Ira South, W.C. Tuttle, M.S. Wightman
Artists
Sidney H. Riesenberg, George M. Richards
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$50.00
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Adventure Magazine (November 18 1918)

Adventure Magazine (November 18 1918)

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G-VG cover pieces, chips, off-white paper
Authors
Courtney Ryley Cooper, Clyde B. Hough, Richard Butler Glaenzer, J. Allan Dunn, Warren H. Miller, Gordon Young, W.C. Tuttle, H.P. Holt, Thomas S. Miller, Stephen Chalmers, Charles Beadle, E.E. Harriman, E.A. Brininstool, William Hollaway, Hugh Thomason, S.B.H. Hurst, Robert A. Masters
Artists
Hibberd V.B. Kline, John R. Neill
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$45.00
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Adventure Magazine (March 3 1921)

Adventure Magazine (March 3 1921)

Condition
G-VG front cover trimmed, off-white paper
Authors
H. Bedford-Jones & W.C. Robertson, John Buchan, Roger Daniels, Captain Dingle, Kenneth Gilbert, L. Patrick Greene, Gordon Malherbe Hillman, J.P. Leland, Thomas S. Miller, Talbot Mundy, Lydia M.D. O’Neil, Hugh Pendexter, R. Rondale, Chester L. Saxby, G.A. Wells, William Patterson White
Artists
James Reynolds, August Kaiser
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$50.00
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Adventure Magazine (August 18 1921)

Adventure Magazine (August 18 1921)

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G- cover edge chips and tears, off-white paper
Authors
Farnham Bishop & Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur, Gordon Young, Russell A. Boggs, Konrad Bercovici, Crosbie Garstin, Arthur D. Howden Smith, Max Bonter, Ferdinand Berthoud, Stanley S. Schnetzler, Stephen Chalmers, Lew Sarett
Artists
John Held, Jr., Hibberd V.B. Kline
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$20.00
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Adventure Magazine (June 20 1922)

Adventure Magazine (June 20 1922)

Condition
VG cover edge chips and tears, off-white paper
Authors
Bill Adams, Charles Beadle, George E. Holt, Kenneth Howell & Philip F. Tusting, Frank H. Huston, Henry Herbert Knibbs, Romaine H. Lowdermilk, Thomas McMorrow, Hugh Pendexter, F. St. Mars, Chester L. Saxby, Robert Simpson, Alan Sullivan, J.W. Whiteaker, Gordon Young
Artists
Ralph Briggs Fuller, John R. Neill
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$40.00
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Adventure Magazine (October 20 1921)

Adventure Magazine (October 20 1921)

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G+ cover edge chips, cover crease, crooked, off-white paper
Authors
Farnham Bishop, Frederick J. Jackson, Kenneth Howell, F. St. Mars, W.C. Tuttle, Henry Herbert Knibbs, Arthur O. Friel, Max Bonter, Stanton C. Lapham, Martin D. Schram, Mary Carolyn Davies, E.A. Brininstool, Rafael Sabatini
Artists
Colcord Heurlin, Will Crawford
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$45.00
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Adventure Magazine (February 28 1922)

Adventure Magazine (February 28 1922)

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FN cover edge chips and tears, dust shadow, off-white paper
Authors
Thomson Burtis, A. Judson Hanna, F. St. Mars, Romaine H. Lowdermilk, Earl H. Emmons, Hugh Pendexter, Allen Lee Haase, Norman J. Bonney, G.A. Wells, Gregory Mason, Ferdinand Berthoud, Edgar Young
Artists
Edgar Franklin Wittmack, Arthur Schwieder
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$50.00
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Adventure Magazine (May 10 1922)

Adventure Magazine (May 10 1922)

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G+ cover edge chips and tears, cover crease, cream paper
Authors
Ben F. Baker, Lewis Appleton Barker, Ferdinand Berthoud, Arthur O. Friel, Frank H. Huston, Ray McGillivray, Hugh Pendexter, F. St. Mars, Chester L. Saxby, Raymond S. Spears, Frank Parker Stockbridge, Edgar Young
Artists
H.C. Murphy, Will Crawford
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$30.00
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Adventure Magazine (February 20 1923)

Adventure Magazine (February 20 1923)

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VG back cover separating, cover edge tears, off-white paper
Authors
Max Bonter, Boyd Fleming, Arthur O. Friel, Arthur M. Harris, George E. Holt, J.D. Newsom, Hugh Pendexter, E.S. Pladwell, Edwin L. Sabin, Edwin L. Sabin, Georges Surdez, William Wells, John Adams Whitehead
Artists
James C. McKell, Will Crawford
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$35.00
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Adventure Magazine (April 20 1923)

Adventure Magazine (April 20 1923)

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VG spine crook, cover edge chips, off-white paper
Authors
Glynn Bennion, Douglas M. Dold, Charles Victor Fischer, Arthur M. Harris, George E. Holt, Lynn Montross, Talbot Mundy, Hugh Pendexter, Hubert Roussel, Edwin L. Sabin, W.C. Tuttle
Artists
James C. McKell, W.C. Brigham
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$40.00
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Adventure Magazine (September 10 1923)

Adventure Magazine (September 10 1923)

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FN cover edge chips, off-white paper
Authors
Bill Adams, William P. Barron, H. Bedford-Jones, Max Bonter, J. Allan Dunn, Frank H. Huston, Harold Lamb, Thomas Samson Miller, William Byron Mowery, Barry Scobee, T.S. Stribling, Stephen M. Walmsley
Artists
Lon Megargee, Arthur Schwieder
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$45.00
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Adventure Magazine (February 20 1926)

Adventure Magazine (February 20 1926)

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G tape on spine holding front cover on, off-white paper
Authors
F.W. Hodge, George E. Holt, Alan LeMay, Talbot Mundy, Leonard H. Nason, Clements Ripley, Faunce Rochester, Alanson Skinner, T.S. Stribling, W. Townend, Don Waters, William Westrup
Artists
H.C. Murphy, Walter Baumhofer
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$25.00
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Adventure Magazine (May 23 1926)

Adventure Magazine (May 23 1926)

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G+ spine ripples and chips, off-white paper
Authors
Sidney Herschel Small, Royce Brier, Arthur O. Friel, Charles Victor Fischer, David Thibault, F. St. Mars, Bill Adams, Arthur D. Howden Smith, John Dorman, Frank Huston, William P. Barron
Artists
R.A. Ewing, Neil O’Keeffe
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$25.00
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Adventure Magazine (September 20 1924)

Adventure Magazine (September 20 1924)

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VG- spine edge wear, page edge flakes, cream paper
Authors
Bill Adams, H.C. Bailey, William R. Barbour, G.W. Barrington, J. Allan Dunn, Charles Tenney Jackson, Leonard H. Nason, J.D. Newsom, Hugh Pendexter, E.S. Pladwell, F. St. Mars
Artists
Frank Eltonhead, Bernard Westmacott
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
$35.00
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Adventure Magazine (February 10 1924)

Adventure Magazine (February 10 1924)

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VG- piece of tape on top spine, cover edge tears, off-white paper
Authors
Frederick J. Jackson, Aaron Wyn, Bill Adams, F. St. Mars, Arthur D. Howden Smith, Conroy Kroder, J.D. Newsom, Hugh Pendexter, Murray Horton Johnson, George E. Holt, Barry Scobee
Artists
L.F. Wilford, V.E. Pyles
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
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Adventure Magazine (November 20 1925)

Adventure Magazine (November 20 1925)

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VG- cover edge holes, back cover chip, off-white paper
Authors
William P. Barron, Harold Lamb, Alan LeMay, Leslie McFarlane, Vance H. Morris, Hugh Pendexter, Ralph R. Perry, Barry Scobee, Georges Surdez
Artists
Gerald Curtis Delano, V.E. Pyles
Publisher
The Ridgway Company
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Adventure Magazine (November 1 1928)

Adventure Magazine (November 1 1928)

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G-VG spine edge wear, cover chips, cream paper
Authors
Talbot Mundy, Bill Adams, Warren Hastings Miller, Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, Allan Vaughan Elston, William Corcoran, Charles Grenville Wilson, Frank J. Schindler, Edgar Young, W. Townend, Thomson Burtis, John Alcorn, Frederick J. Jackson
Artists
L.J. Cronin, W.N. Wilson
Publisher
The Butterick Publishing Company
$25.00
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Adventure Magazine (June 15 1929)

Adventure Magazine (June 15 1929)

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G+ cover edge chips and tears, off-white paper
Authors
James B. Hendryx, F.R. Buckley, Arthur O. Friel, James W. Bennett & Soong Kwen-Ling, H.P.S. Greene, Paul Neumann, Allan Vaughan Elston, F. St. Mars, Peter S. Gray, Dr. Neville Whymant, W. Ryerson Johnson, Frank Bisson, C.A. Freeman, Leonard K. Smith, Arthur Woodward, Charles Gilson
Artists
William Reusswig, Clarence Rowe
Publisher
The Butterick Publishing Company
$15.00
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Sale! Operator 5 #28: The Bloody Forty-five Days

Operator 5 #28: The Bloody Forty-five Days

Thundering across a ravished America comes a loot laden train bearing twenty million dollars in gold, hurtling toward the despoiled metropolis of New York, where the dread foreign conqueror, Emperor Rudolph I, has established headquarters. Suddenly the train trembles to a stop. A desperate little band of American patriots, who refuse to bow to the conqueror’s yoke, make a bold attack. Their leader, Jimmy Christopher, known as Operator 5, realizes that with that trainload of gold he can flood the skies with a thousand fighting planes, the only chance for America to repel the brutal invaders! Already they have ravished the Eastern seaboard. Even now they are hammering at the surviving citadel of American freedom—the Rocky Mountain stronghold of the brave men who will not yield.

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Sale! The Spider #50: Master of the Flaming Horde

The Spider #50: Master of the Flaming Horde

Over Manhattan’s dizzy towers fell that insidious, invisible menace—an unseen cloud of death that first transformed the entire metropolis into a laughing, drunken riot and then blasted it to bits! Who was the evil Master of these Flame Men, who had found a real way to amass millions by gutting New York with fire? In defense of those reeling, giggling victims, trapped in their awesome death-spree, Richard Wentworth, in the Spider’s weird robes, rose from the charred embers—to fight his greatest battle against an arson assassin no one had ever seen—for a doomed people so blind-drunk they could not see!

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Sale! The Western Raider #6: Silver Trent Rides Alone

The Western Raider #6: Silver Trent Rides Alone

The last of three books collecting the Silver Trent short stories that appeared in Star Western following the cancellation of The Western Raider. Includes “Blood of the Yucca,” “The Madness of Silver Trent,” “Silver Trent’s Blood-Bounty Feud,” and “Silver Trent Rides Alone.”

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Sale! The Spider #49: The City That Dared Not Eat

The Spider #49: The City That Dared Not Eat

Famine marched through America’s metropolis, and the starving multitudes who sat down to eat found only the choice of empty plates—or a murder-menu! Richard Wentworth, with the whimpering chorus of unfed babies ringing in his haunted ears, picked up once more the Spider’s eerie weapons of mercy—to fight a new and awful figure in the field of crime, a criminal red Spider who, with a thousand unknown assistants, was contaminating the city’s food supply!

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The Spider #48: Machine Guns Over the White House

The Spider #48: Machine Guns Over the White House

Before the horrified eyes of the Senate’s jammed galleries, that revered Senator died by his own hand. And Richard Wentworth, who had reached Washington in response to the newspaper agony column’s personal, “In the name of democratic humanity, come to Washington before September 9…” knew that this marked only the beginning of a yogi-ridden dictator’s reign. Behind that welter of machine guns and storm troops moved the Cobra, striking at the nation’s very chief—and the Spider was face to face with the strangest battle ever fought by man!

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Operator 5 #27: Patriots' Death Battalion

Operator 5 #27: Patriots’ Death Battalion

The defense forces of the United States have been crushed by the powerful war machine of Emperor Rudolph, Warlord of the World… From the Atlantic to the Mississippi the brutal conqueror is subjecting millions to his merciless, bloody reign of terror—and his ruthless gray-clad hordes are steadily sweeping westward, leaving a vast path of death and destruction in their wake… Faced with the surrender of America’s army, only Jimmy Christopher—known to the Intelligence Service as Operator 5—and a pitiful handful of desperate men stand between the Mad Emperor and his bloody conquest of the nation…

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The Western Raider #5: The Gun-Prayer of Silver Trent

The Western Raider #5: The Gun-Prayer of Silver Trent

The second of three books collecting the Silver Trent short stories that appeared in Star Western following the cancellation of The Western Raider. Includes “The Gun-Prayer of Silver Trent,” “The Secret of Torture Ranch,” and “One Last Raid For Trent’s Hell-Hawks.”

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The Spider #47: Slaves of the Black Monarch

The Spider #47: Slaves of the Black Monarch

Ruthless, invulnerable, that Scarred Hand reached out to destroy the entire law machine of New York—blasting into merciless oblivion those juries which dared convict even a single criminal. In that twilight of terror, when empty cells yawned for the felons who never arrived, and helpless Justice hid her bloodied head—no one but Richard Wentworth could combat this invisible Juggernaut which had paralyzed five mighty boroughs. Once more, in the Spider’s weird vestments, Wentworth sets out—this time to annihilate a brain so evil that it is encased in two heads!

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Milo March #18: The Flaming Man

Milo March #18: The Flaming Man

A ruthless businessman supposedly perished when a building he owned was torched during a night of violent protests in a black neighborhood of Los Angeles. But investigator Milo March suspects that the fire may have been set to cover a worse crime. The case is solved with the help of a black hipster who has access to some surprising information.

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Milo March #17: Wild Midnight Falls

Milo March #17: Wild Midnight Falls

As a CIA agent, Milo March goes undercover as a vending machine expert invited to teach the Russians how to build their own machines. His dual mission is to find a missing American agent and to solve a World War II mystery about a Soviet spy who was supposedly executed by the Japanese but who may be still alive and operating secretly.

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Milo March #16: A Man in the Middle

Milo March #16: A Man in the Middle

Milo March is sitting at the pool of the Far Eastern Hotel, a dry martini in his hand, a lovely British blonde on his left, and a beautiful Chinese girl on his right, both in bikinis. What more could a man require? But the idyllic vacation is rudely interrupted by a call from Intercontinental Insurance in New York. They have a serious case that he, their best investigator, must solve. As usual, many millions of dollars are at stake. A large gang is transporting goods stolen from all over the U.S. into Hong Kong, to be sold to Communist China. Milo doesn’t doubt that organized crime is responsible, but where to begin? Under an assumed identity as a small-time crook, he begins hopping back and forth between Hong Kong, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas, determined to put and end to the whole operation—not only the stealing, but the dealing with an enemy country.

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Operator 5 #26: Death’s Ragged Army

Operator 5 #26: Death’s Ragged Army

Invaders from the Central Empire held all New England and most of the Eastern Seaboard. The Purple Emperor, bloodthirsty and heartless, was subjecting millions of Americans to an endless reign of terror. Threat of the horrible Green Gas had driven our defenders to the Mississippi. The President had fled to a ramshackle courthouse in Florida. Despair filled every heart. Operator 5, leading a desperate guerilla band within the enemy lines, is America’s only hope. This long novel, dramatized from Jimmy Christopher’s own personal history of the invasion, presents a startling, thrilling picture of the Second War of Independence!

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The Spider #46: The Man Who Ruled in Hell

The Spider #46: The Man Who Ruled in Hell

A blood-red mailed fist crashed into the shadowy dens of New York’s underworld, dangling the promise of vast loot for alliance, and a threat of stark horror for betrayal. The answer came swiftly in an orgy of killing and rapine—the Red Hand ruled all crimeland! Richard Wentworth, hastening to set the Spider’s might against the new terror, was trapped in a murder net with Nita van Sloan, branded a policeman’s slayer in the Red Hand’s grip! Only the Spider could hope to win through this criminal army to the devil-brain behind that fist. And the Spider must battle alone, against time—and a foe who coldly put a price on wholesale, ruthless slaughter!

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The Complete Adventures of Singapore Sammy (Deluxe Edition)

The Complete Adventures of Singapore Sammy (Deluxe Edition)

Collected for the first time are the complete stories of Singapore Sammy, one of the most action-packed series to see print in the golden age of the pulps.

Sailor Singapore Sammy Shay roamed the South Seas, desperate to find the father he neither knew nor loved. For reckless old Bill Shay had absconded with the only copy of a will that left all of his own father’s worldly riches to Sammy alone. Singapore Sammy didn’t know why, and he didn’t care particularly. He just wanted to get his hands on that precious document. When Sammy came into possession of the fabulous Malobar pearl, he realized that he had something to bargain with….

Written by the author of the Peter the Brazen series—George F. Worts—the stories of Singapore Sammy are among the greatest adventures to ever appear in Argosy magazine. This complete collection includes several never before reprinted stories.

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The Complete Crimes of the Griffin

The Complete Crimes of the Griffin (Deluxe Edition)

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—J. Allan Dunn—and running for 31 installments, this collects the entire series, uncut, and with all the original images by Joseph A. Farren.

Casebook hardcover edition.

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The Python Pit: The Complete Adventures of Singapore Sammy, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

The Python Pit: The Complete Adventures of Singapore Sammy, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

Sailor Singapore Sammy Shay roamed the South Seas, desperate to find the father he neither knew nor loved. For reckless old Bill Shay had absconded with the only copy of a will that left all of his own father’s worldly riches to Sammy alone. Singapore Sammy didn’t know why, and he didn’t care particularly. He just wanted to get his hands on that precious document. He had only two clues to go on: his old man loved pearls and elephants—in that order. When Sammy came into possession of the fabulous Malobar pearl, he realized that he had something to bargain with. If only he could track down the elusive Bill Shay….

The volume collects the next four stories in the saga of Singapore Sammy Shay and Lucky Jones of the schooner, Blue Goose.

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A Queen of Atlantis: The Saga of Monella, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

A Queen of Atlantis: The Saga of Monella, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

The sequel to The Devil-Tree of El Dorado, A Queen of Atlantis is another early science fiction classic by the British author Frank Aubrey; the second of his trilogy of novels surrounding the mysterious giant, Monella, as published in the pages of the Argosy magazine in the United States.

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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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The Stuff of Empire: The Complete Adventures of Bellow Bill Williams, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

The Stuff of Empire: The Complete Adventures of Bellow Bill Williams, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

Finally in book form: the burly pearler—Bellow Bill Williams—was one of the most popular, and colorful, characters who appeared in the early 1930s issues of Argosy. Written by Ralph R. Perry, Bellow Bill was a seemingly-superhuman, tattoo-covered mountain of a sailor who couldn’t keep from stumbling into one adventure after another throughout the South Seas.

Clearly another inspiration for the creation of Doc Savage (whose creator Lester Dent was an avid reader of Argosy during this period), these adventures of Bellow Bill have never before been reprinted. Included here are his next seven stories, originally appearing in 1931–34.

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Galloping Gold: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 4 (The Argosy Library)

Galloping Gold: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 4 (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 next two novels: “High Heels—and Henry” and “Galloping Gold.”

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Jades and Afghans: The Complete Adventures of Cordie, Soldier of Fortune, Volume 3 (The Argosy Library)

Jades and Afghans: The Complete Adventures of Cordie, Soldier of Fortune, Volume 3 (The Argosy Library)

The sagas of Jimmie Cordie and his crew of soldiers of fortune 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 next three adventures which originally appeared in Argosy in 1930–31: “He’s My Meat!,” “Jades and Afghans,” and “Aztec Treasure.”

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The Ledger of Life: The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, the Occult Detector (The Argosy Library)

The Ledger of Life: The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, the Occult Detector (The Argosy Library)

Detectives Glace and Bryce find a blackmail and murder mystery worth taking to the Persian astrologer-sage, Semi Dual. Investigating a city plagued by a blackmail ring by an unknown criminal, Glace and Bryce soon find themselves involved in a murder. When the two detectives are targeted for murder themselves, it’s only Semi Dual—and his mysterious powers of deduction—who can put the solve the case and rescue his friends.

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Minions of Mercury (The Argosy Library)

Minions of Mercury (The Argosy Library)

Given an overdose of an untried super-anesthetic, Mark Nevin went into a slumber that lasted for six thousand years. While he slept, there were wars; the civilization Mark knew disappeared; and mankind reverted to savagery. Detroit (AD 7952 Edition) is running around in circles—following the commands of men long dead and threatening chaos to the world. Enter Omega, swooping from the clouds with Mark Nevin flying behind him. A sparkling and fast-moving tale of adventures in the Days to Come….

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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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Satan's Vengeance (The Argosy Library)

Satan’s Vengeance (The Argosy Library)

The influence of an Underworld lord known as The Other Man has crept into the Police Commissioner’s office. This criminal mastermind is forcing the market owners of New York to pay protection to him, and is getting control of all rackets. In desperation, the Police Commissioner appeals to Satan Hall, the cop who believes in killing criminals as they kill others, the one man on the police force that all the Underworld fears. First time in book form. By the creator of the hard-boiled detective story, Carroll John Daly.

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The Viper: The Complete Cases of Madame Storey, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library)

The Viper: The Complete Cases of Madame Storey, Volume 2 (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 2 contains the next three stories in the series, accompanied by the original pulp illustrations.

The Argosy Library #72

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The Sapphire Smile: The Adventures of Peter the Brazen, Volume 4 (The Argosy Library)

The Sapphire Smile: The Adventures of Peter the Brazen, Volume 4 (The Argosy Library)

In 1930, Argosy Magazine brought back several of their most popular series characters, and that list was headlined by Peter the Brazen. The four stories collected in Volume 4 showcases an even more action-oriented series compared to the earlier stories, and are considered by pulp readers as among the best stories to ever appear in Argosy. Written by 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.

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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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The Man Who Mastered Time and Other Adventures: The Ray Cummings Omnibus (The Argosy Library)

The Man Who Mastered Time and Other Adventures: The Ray Cummings Omnibus (The Argosy Library)

Two early science fiction classics from the heyday of Argosy are reprinted from their original magazine texts. Pioneering the subatomic fiction genre and inspiring a legion of imitators, Ray Cummings followed up his initial science fiction works with two more novel-length stories: “The Fire People” and “The Man Who Mastered Time,” which are considered installments in Cummings’ “Matter, Space, Time” series. Included here are the Virgil Finlay illustrations from “The Man Who Mastered Time’s” subsequent appearance in Fantastic Novels, as well as all of the original illustrations from their first magazine appearances by Roger B. Morrison.

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