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. As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.
Another epic exploit of America’s best-loved pulp-fiction character of the 1930s and 1940s: The Spider — Master of Men! Richard Wentworth — the dread Spider, nemesis of the Underworld, lone wolf anti-crime crusader who always fights in that grim no-man’s land between Law and lawless — returns in vintage pulp tales of the Spider, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Meet the Spider!
by Will Murray
Billions in Bunco — An Editorial
The Full-Length Spider Novel
The Man Who Ruled in Hell
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
First victim of that incredibly horrible fate, death by the Red Hand, was Laskar, the Spider's trusted agent in the underworld. Ben Laskar's dying gasp warned Richard Wentworth — too late! For even as his loyal ally fell, a cunning trap closed swiftly on Wentworth and held him fast — branded a cop-killer, handcuffed, guarded while a new terror tortured the city. Killing and looting, the criminal hordes of the Red Hand — maddened by blood and wealth — extended their criminal reign over the entire city. Then the blood-red fist closed again to grip Nita van Sloan... How could Wentworth, even with the Spider's guile, pierce that double cordon of grim-faced, trigger-tense police and ruthless assassins — to reach and slay the mystery man who wore the gory glove?
Doc Turner — Slave-Buyer — A Doc Turner Story
by Arthur Leo Zagat
With a secret prison, slaves of the slums toiled in dull despair. Doc Turner found the key — and staked him own life in an auction of tortured souls.
The Web — A Department
Conducted for the Spider by Linton Davies
Police professors fit clues to crimes and suspects.
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