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:
2 Complete Novels
Legion Of Hell — The French Foreign Legion
by Cliff Campbell
A novel of the Sahara, proving that politicians will never replace soldiers!
The Chink Runners — West
by Oscar Schisgall
There’s bound to be trouble when the U.S. Marshals interfere with Chink smuggling down along the Rio Grande.
7 Smashing Short Stories
Pigs In Pokes — Merchant Marine
by Peter B. Kyne
McGibney and his shipmates do a little speculating with startling results.
Malay Guns — The Orient
by Will F. Jenkins
Someone once told Burton to go to Hell... so he went to Payung.
The Chromatic Cat — A Circus At Sea
by Murray Leinster
A circus goes to sea — with much ado and plenty of trouble for the Balboa and her skipper...
Beach Comber — Central America
by Eugene Cunningham
Ed Royce called him “Beach Comber,” but the banana republic’s federals found him a tough nut to crack...
Hunger — Stone Age
by Hoffman Birney
Survival of the fittest... way back before man appeared on earth.
Bad Injun — American Frontier
by Frank C. Robertson
Pesokie is re-born a man... in time to die.
Silver Fox — Northwest
by James B. Trousdale
A half-breed meets death for a pair of fox pelts.
The Rambler’s Club — Feature