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 American Civil War, the War Between the States, was the source of countless stories of bravery, sacrifice and a country torn in two. On the 75th anniversary of the surrender at Appomattox, Fiction House, publishers of Planet Stories and Jungle Stories, issued Civil War Stories. It looked at the war from both sides of the conflict, giving readers a glimpse into the past that most had not lived through. It is unclear whether this was intended to be a one-shot magazine, or if a second issue was planned. But, regardless of the original plans, this was the only issue published. Civil War Stories returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Six Stirring Stories of the Civil War
Drums of the Wind
by John Murray Reynolds
It was “Every man up!” for the Union when Pickett’s wild veterans swarmed up Cemetery Ridge, shrilling the Rebel battle-cry. And only lanky Jed Barrand could halt a traitor’s bold scheme to smash the Union center.
The Tall Virginian
by Bennett Foster
The fires of the Confederacy burned low after four years of bloody war, but Major Galen Kitridge still fought on. For him and a gallant-eyed girl, there could be no parole with Destiny.
Rifles of Rebellion
by John Starr
Missouri in ’64 was No Man’s Land. Haven for Rebel and Yankee alike — pillaged by Quantrell’s turn-coat killers, that gunpowder strip was no place for lovely Mary Weldon and her dangerous black contraband game!
The Golden Spy
by DeWitt Shank
Golden-haired Virginia Carter fought on two fronts that spring of ’64. One, the gay game of hearts in the glittering ballrooms of fashionable Washington. The other, the grim, deadly game of a Rebel spy!
by Ted Fox
Federal cannonballs couldn’t sink the Merrimac. But destruction lurked within her iron-sheathed hull — and not one bastion stood between the safety of her powder-blackened crew and the death-plot of a turncoat spy!
by John Wiggin
Across the bloody Rappahannock, surrounded by the grim-jawed legions of the Gray, John Ridley, one-time gilded darling of Fifth Avenue, led his tattered band of Irish into the flame-rimmed jaws of hell.