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.
Intelligence Agent John Masters, fighting ace of World War I, world's greatest sky fighter was also known as the Lone Eagle. The Lone Eagle magazine told his stories, his amazing adventurers in the air. John Masters was a newspaper reporter for a Chicago paper, but known to only two men, he was secretly The Lone Eagle, special agent and pilot extraordinaire. By 1940 the second world war raged in Europe, and the stories in The Lone Eagle were updated to feature conflicts in the current war. The Lone Eagle was published by Thrilling Publications, home of its companion pulps Air War and Sky Fighters. It made its inaugural appearance with the September 1933 issue. In August 1941 the title of the magazine was changed to The American Eagle, partially because Charles Lindbergh, the inspiration for these stories, was opposed to America's entry into World War II. There was another slight change to the title in the Spring 1943 issue, and it became known as American Eagles. That was the final issue. A total of 75 of John Masters' adventures had been published during its ten year run. American Eagles returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
A Full-length War-Air Action Novel
by Lieut. Scott Morgan
Daring maneuvers over the African desert bring victory to John Masters in his search for a Caid’s kidnapped son when the success or failure of an Allied drive hangs in the balance!
Francs And Sauerkraut — Zooming Short Story
by Joe Archibald
Ambrose Hooley and Muley Spink try high finance — and how!
One Eye For The Dragon — Zooming Short Story
by Orlando Rigoni
A mysterious pilot proves his courage above the Burma Road
A Dog Named Fritz — Zooming Short Story
by Mel Pitzer
An American flyer in Russia meets a four-legged hero
Around The Hangar — Special Flying Feature
by The Wing Commander
A live-wire department for all air-fans
Tailor-made For Combat — Special Flying Feature
by Captain Selby Calkins
USAAF modification centers are on the job!
What Goes Up Must Come Down — Special Flying Feature
by Carter Sprague
The story of the anti-aircraft gun
Hunting For One In A Million — Special Flying Feature
by Lieut. John M. Jenkins
The National Inventors Council examines all new ideas for warfare