A pioneer of the fantastic fiction genre that spawned a thousand imitators, Perley Poore Sheehan was one of the most popular authors of the pulps of the 1910s–30s. This oversized edition collects four of Sheehan’s best stories from the pages of The All-Story and Argosy—stories which have never before been reprinted—and it’s headlined by his fantasy classic “The Woman from the Pyramid”: Carlton, an Egyptologist encounters the woman who’s been haunting him in his dreams, and in his quest to learn who she is, he finds himself thrown five thousand years in the past, reincarnated as an Egyptian nobleman.
The Argosy Library #43
The Woman of the Pyramid and Other Tales: The Perley Poore Sheehan Omnibus, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library) contains the following stories:
- “The Woman of the Pyramid”
- “The Lone Seminole”
- “The One Gift”