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.
Dan Fowler: G-Man! With a jaw like iron, flinty eyes that unflinchingly cut to the hardest criminal's quaking heart, Dan Fowler gave no quarter and asked for none. Son of a sherrif killed in action, ex-lawyer from the Middle West, Dan Fowler joined the F.B.I. as an ace operative for the Department of Justice. He was one of the valiant army of G-Men who battled the underworld and fought the strangle-hold of crime from the throat of humanity. In October of 1935, a new magazine appeared on newsstands: G-Men, featuring the adventures of Dan Fowler. The magazine changed its name to G-Men Detective in early 1940, but the stories continued the blood-bathed saga of the F.B.I.'s finest, Dan Fowler. After an amazing 112 Dan Fowler novels, the magazine closed with the Winter 1953 issue. G-Men returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
A Dan Fowler Mystery Novel
The Harbor of Death
by Norman A. Daniels
Dan Fowler and his aides cover the waterfront when a fearsome wave of murder creates deadly havoc and terror — while, with millions at stake, a criminal schemer plots to control vast shipping interests!
A Complete Novelet
The Innocent Corpse
by D.L. Champion
A band of racketeers picks out its victim — and commits a murder in reverse!
by Robert F. Germann
Tutor Horace Roberts finds Roddy and Sonia both beautiful and clever, but —
First, Find the Body
by Frank Richardson Pierce
Criminals can be too sure of themselves, and Detective Danny Reagan proves it
by B.J. Benson
Fate loads the dice, but Phil Turner’s fists roll up a murderer’s grim game
The Kiss of Death
by O.B. Myers
From aboriginal poison darts and ancient rites, it’s but one step to bullets
Music of Death
by M.D. Orr
A singing violin is tuned up for murder when mysterious crime suddenly stalks
Federal Flashes — A Department
by The Editor
Lady From Shanghai — A Famous Federal Case
by Jackson Hite