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.
The year was 1938 and "Adventure" was the word on everyone's lips. The pulp magazines met the reading public's demand with magazines like Adventure, Thrilling Adventure, Adventure Novels, Action Novels, Adventure Yarns, All Star Adventure Fiction, Complete Adventure Magazine, and many others. Manvis Publications, who also produced Ka-Zar, Uncanny Tales, Detective Short Stories and All Star Detective, brought out a new magazine entitled Adventure Trails in July of 1938. It featured spunky heroines and flinty-eyed heroes as they battled their way through jungles, across deserts, in strange Oriental byways and across the seven seas. Unfortunately, the magazine folded after only three issues, due to financial problems. The February 1939 issue was the last one. Adventure Trails returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
2 Thrilling Novels
by Rodney Bloke
The Sulu Queen’s second Mate broke every law of the sea trying to quell that savage mutiny — for the lustful fate of a yellow hell awaited two innocent American girls!
East Of Borneo
by Rex Evans
Mild-looking maybe, but Cork of Borneo was trouble-shooter for that whole wild hill country. And when he found a Scotch lassie and a fortune in gold entangled with ruthless native swine, Cork was hell itself unleashed!
2 Dynamic Novelettes
by James Hall
Fate forced Sam Young to ride herd on the golden-haired niece of a range-boss he hated!
Gods Of Fury
by John Carlisle
Crashing in a Costa Rican jungle, those two American fliers found their troubles just beginning — for a barbaric civilization, a beautiful princess, and the wrath of ancient gods awaited them!
5 Exciting Short Stories
The Brass Peacock
by John Cannon
It was the Satanic curse on that Oriental mystery box that led Mark Harrell into a maelstrom of intrigue and death!
Dancer Of The Rio Grande
by Eugene Cunningham
That Blue Moon dancing girl was like a pagan goddess come to life — and yen for her got a fighting airman behind a pile of Mex eight-balls!
by R.A. Emberg
A tempestuous sea tossed a brave girl into a boat with two hard men — all nature against them, and they against themselves!
by Ken Jason
A tale of strange misfortune in the South Seas involving a lustrous Polynesian beauty, a man with a hellish past — and a strange quirk of destiny!
by Lon Taylor
Tiger-Face wanted that pearl-laden atoll himself — as Andrews fast discovered when he landed to buy it from the Chinese for a U.S. air transport station!