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Steeger Books is the leader in vintage pulp fiction reprints, covering superhero, adventure, mystery, detective, and other genres in high-quality editions. We already have free shipping on softcover orders over $35, so now is the time to stock up on Steeger Books releases.
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Today we’re releasing 8 of our most-requested follow-up installments to our already-existing reprint series, as well as several brand-new collections, and even a brand-new novel.
Written by Talbot Mundy; introduction by Will Murray; illustrated by W.J. Enright, Will C. Crawford, Thornton F. Skidmore, George Wright, C.B. Falls, F.J. Casavant, Vincent Lynch, and Louis Fancher
The first of Talbot Mundy’s great recurring heroes, Dick Anthony is a headstrong Scotsman who abandons home, hearth and heritage to seek his fortune in a wider world. Sailing east in a sturdy ketch, armed with the ancestral sword of his clan, he braves storms both natural and manmade, landing in cryptic Egypt before moving on to meet his true destiny—no longer Richard Anthony of Arran, but King Dick of Iran!
Before Athelstan King, before Jimgrim, even before Lawrence of Arabia, Talbot Mundy’s fearless fighter swept across the Middle East like no warrior since the era of Alexander the Great!
Collecting the entire series, as it originally appeared in the pages of Adventure magazine, complete and uncut. As a bonus, this edition also includes all of the edited syndicated newspaper versions of the stories. Also includes an all-new introduction by Mundy authority Will Murray.
328 pages | $85.00 deluxe edition hardcover
Written by R.T.M Scott and Norvell W. Page (writing as Grant Stockbridge); introduction by Will Murray; covers by Walter Baumhofer & John Newton Howitt; illustrated by John Fleming Gould
THE RISE OF THE SPIDER! In the Fall of 1933, upstart Popular Publications released their challenge to Street & Smith top-selling crime fighter, The Shadow. The Spider walked darker streets and battled more vicious criminals than The Shadow ever imagined. His hard-boiled exploits ran from the Great Depression into World War II, and thrilled ten-year-old Stan Lee, future creator of Spider-Man. This unique volume collects the first four Spider novels, including bestseller R.T.M. Scott’s seminal stories of millionaire criminologist Richard Wentworth and his suave yet sinister alter ego, followed by Norvell Page’s emotionally powerful continuation of the character.
Go with the Spider as he embarks upon his crime-crushing career, swiftly evolving into one of the most powerful and compelling heroic figures in all pulp fiction. Driven, relentless, and without mercy for criminals, the Spider dares Underworld dens of horror and iniquity no other investigator braved. With an introduction by modern Spider novelist Will Murray, revealing secrets of the Spider’s creation, and a penetrating exploration of the weird psychology of the tormented crusader known and feared as the Master of Men!
296 pages | $85.00 deluxe edition hardcover
Written by Percival Wilde; introduction by Evan Lewis
Home to his father’s farm comes Bill Parmelee, after six years of precarious life at the gaming tables. The high note struck in the initial situation carries over into the pages following, wherein Bill Parmelee’s love of gambling comes to grips with the honest sportsmanship of his father and the influence of wholesome country life. An exciting poker game in which the father is pitted against son, the stakes being the son’s right to stay on in his home at the farm, brings Bill to the turning point in his career. Bill’s further adventures with card sharps, phony roulette operators, and other cheats go to make a colorful and diverting story.
Listed in Queen’s Quorum: A History of the Detective Crime Short Story as one of the ten best Detective novels of the 1920s, this edition includes two additional stories of Bill Parmelee not in the original hardcover. This new edition features an all new introduction by Evan Lewis.
384 pages | $34.95 softcover | $44.95 hardcover
Written by George A. Starbird, William H. Stueber & Lincoln Hoffman; introduction by James Reasoner; cover by Norman Saunders; illustrated by Monroe Eisenberg
Collected for the first time: the original Masked Rider series! Originally published by Ranger Publications, Altus Press has committed to collecting all the rare and illusive Masked Rider yarns from these early years prior to its acquisition by Standard Publications. Each volume will include articles and information about the series and its publisher, Ranger Publications, one of the earliest companies run by Timely and Marvel Comics founder Martin Goodman.
Volume 3 contains the next three stories, uncut, in order, and accompanied by the original illustrations: “Outlaws of the Moccasins” and “Brand of the Quanahy Clan” by George A. Starbird, and “The Devil’s Henchmen” by William H. Stueber & Lincoln Hoffman. Includes an all-new introduction by James Reasoner.
472 pages | $34.95 softcover | $44.95 hardcover
Written by James B. Hendryx, illustrated by Pete Kuhlhoff, Bill Hanley, and Nick Eggenhofer
Black John Smith, Old Cush, and the rest of the outlaws of Halfaday Creek return in ten more adventures, taken from their original magazine texts, and including all of the original interior illustrations. Included in this collection are “Yukon Twins,” “Black John and the Sky Pilot,” “Black John—Bushwhacker,” “Black John’s Bear Trap Trouble,” “Cheechako Trouble,” “The Damnation of Black John,” “Death Stakes this Claim!,” “Justice—Yukon Style!,” “Superstition,” and “White Hell.” These original versions have never before been reprinted.
296 pages | $29.95 softcover | $39.95 hardcover
Written by Evan Lewis, cover by Robert Stanley
Davy Crockett has a Devil in his heart: The Time: 1813. The Place: The Mississippi Territory. The Problem: Rebelling Creek warriors, under war chief Red Eagle, spread terror across the frontier, slaughtering settlers and peaceful Creeks alike. The Solution: Kill Red Eagle!
But Davy Crockett disagrees. He sees Red Eagle as the young nation’s best hope for peace, and risks his hair—and his life—to stop the fighting.
Standing in his way are:
General Andrew Jackson, seeking glory to restart his political career.
A Militia Commander leading some of the most brutal killers in the South.
A Revolutionary War hero offering a bounty for Creek scalps.
Davy’s best friend, who demands vengeance for his family.
An Indian Princess who lost her mother to Red Eagle’s war.
Red Eagle himself and his thousand bloodthirsty warriors.
And most of all, Crockett’s Devil, an inner demon threatening all his hopes.
Can Davy best them all and bring peace to the wild frontier?
368 pages | $24.95 softcover | $39.95 hardcover
Written by H. Bedford-Jones; cover by M. Leone Bracker
John Solomon, the mysterious ship’s chandler and secret agent, returns in two more rare adventures from early in prolific pulp author H. Bedford-Jones’ career: “John Solomon, Argonaut” and “The Shawl of Solomon.” Continue the story of John Solomon with this next book in the series, complete & uncut from the pages of People’s Magazine. Includes the original illustrations.
286 pages | $29.95 softcover | $39.95 hardcover
Written by John Peter Drummond; introduction by Howard Andrew Jones; cover by George Gross; illustrated by Nick Cardy, Bob Lubbers, Zolne Rowich & Art Saaf
For the first time, the Ki-Gor series from the pages of Jungle Stories is collected, complete, uncut and in order! Volume 4 includes the next four stories: “The Devil’s Death Trap,” “Voodoo Slaves for the Devil’s Daughter,” “Eyrie of the Golden Goddess,” and “Caravan of Terror.” Includes an all-new introduction by Howard Andrew Jones.
438 pages | $34.95 softcover | $44.95 hardcover