Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
Captain Zero premiered in November 1949, and had the dubious distinction of being the last of the single-character hero pulps. Captain Zero was a fabulous character whose strange and deadly career began each midnight at the stroke of twelve — and ended each gray dawn with the first rays of the sun. During those few hours, he became completely invisible! But even that wonderous feat wasn't enough to save the pulp magazine. It ended after only three issues. Now, once again, you will experience the reading thrills in the adventures of this amazing, yet compellingly human, character of fiction... the Master of Midnight, Captain Zero... as he returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
The Zero Hour — Editorial
Complete Captain Zero Novel
The Mark of Zero!
by G. T. Fleming-Roberts
Against a strange murder-master who held first a neighborhood, then a city, and then an entire, powerful nation in an icy paralyzing grip of fear, Captain Zero must wage a grim final battle — with only the guns of a small midnight patrol, that would seek him for a target at the first crimson streak of dawn!
Pinned Down! — Smashing Crime Story
by Alan Ritner Anderson
Stark and clear as the funeral knell, Old Judge Van Givens could hear them plotting his death... But his thin, blue lips were locked, his body powerless to move...
Double-Take on Death — Powerful Crime Story
by Walt Sheldon
When Detective Gus Martin discovered what a double-take was, he realized he’d been double-taken himself — by the very murderer he’d been trying to track!
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