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.
During the pulp era, westerns sold the most magazines of any on the newsstands, beating out detective stories and science fiction. There was something about the lure of the old west, the dusty cowtowns, gunfights at high noon, cattle rustlers, and the sweet smell of the great outdoors. The pulp entitled 5 Western Novels Magazine was a late entry in the field, making its debut with the November 1949 issue. It was published by Standard Magazines (aka Thrilling Publications, aka Better Magazines, aka Beacon Magazines), folks with years of experience in the western fiction field, who knew how to offer thrills and action aplenty. Yes the novels were a bit on the short side, perhaps more of novelets. But they didn't pull their punches and gave readers more than their money's worth in western thrills. The series lasted for 25 issues, until the Winter of 1954. 5 Western Novels Magazine now returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Blind Trails At Broken Butte
By W.C. Tuttle
They, got Larry McCoy out of prison so he could tell them the secret of Penitentiary Valley — but he wouldn’t talk!
by John Prescott
When Pete Black acquired the Running E, he wanted to meet his neighbors — but he didn’t count on a fence-cutting gal!
The Gent From Montana
by Oscar Schisgall
Nick Breyne rides into a hotbed of Texas brand blotting, but he carries a brace of six-guns to back up his play!
by Larry A. Harris
The tortuous trail, infested by badmen, lies ahead — the trail Ranee Morton must follow to find his brother’s killer
by Barry Scobee
It’s a fight all the way up the long trail to the shipping point when Dave Allen combats raiders to protect his herd
The Pack Saddle —A Department
by John A. Thompson
Pronto Pasear — A True Story
by Tex Wallace