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.
Adventure across every corner of the globe, from the jungles of Central America to the rolling waves of the high seas, from danger on the American Frontier to the strange mysteries of the Orient. That's what Adventure Novels and Short Stories magazine offered eager readers from 1937 to 1939. The magazine began in 1936 under a different title. It was known as Smashing Novels Magazine when Chesterfield Publications first published it, for four issues, then became Adventure Novels and Short Stories. Unfortunately it closed in December of 1939 after only seven more issues, leaving the adventure market to other publications like Thrilling Adventure. Adventure Novels and Short Stories returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
4 Complete Novels
When The Death Bird Sings — Jungle
by Murray Leinster
They stole the disk of beaten gold from the temple of the sun... and then the death birds came and chirped upon the breasts of dead men...
Three Modern Musketeers — The Sea
by Peter B. Kyne
Cap’n Scraggs, first mate Gibney, and chief engineer McGuffey embark on some very unusual adventures starting with running guns to a Mexican revolution and ending very close to being the main ingredients of a cannibal’s stew pot.
Village Of The Devil-Devil Drums — Malay
by Will F. Jenkins
A white man, stalked by the head hunters of the Solomon Islands, fights primitive passions and hatreds in the Village of the Devil-Devil Drums.
Shanghaied — Barbary Coast
by Brian Loomis
He bucked the most ruthless element of the Barbary Coast, this young Southerner did, and he fought them to a bloody finish even though getting himself shanghaied was to be his only reward.
4 Complete Short Stories
Sagebrush Slings The Bull — Central America
by Cliff Campbell
A sea-going cowboy starts a neat little international crisis in a fiery Central American port.
Long And Short — Texas
by Eugene Cunningham
An outlaw bronc pitchforks Sod Timmons into six-gun trouble in Texas.
The Smart One — Northwest
by Samuel Taylor
Hard to beat Fox Phillips, the smartest guy in the Yukon.
Brand Of The Maverick — West
by Hamilton Craigie
Grim and bitter are the ways of the West, especially when a man disobeys the unwritten law of the frontier.
The Rambler’s Club — Feature