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.
Mystery Adventure Magazine was another of those pulps which went through several name changes in its publication run. It was a shudder pulp that began it's 25-issue run as New Mystery Adventures with the March 1935 issue. With the May 1936 issue, the name was changed to Mystery Adventure Magazine, which stuck for seven issues. It then became simply Mystery Adventures for a single issue, followed by four more issues under the modified title of Mystery Adventures Magazine. The May 1937 issue was its last. Regardless of the name on the cover, however, the contents were consistent. Along with other "weird menace" titles, it offered flamboyant villains and eerie mystery, this time in a wide variety of settings. Mystery Adventure Magazine returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Macabre And Terrifying
Tomorrow They Die
by Wayne Rogers
Kenneth Whitney investigates the disappearance of his young wife and finds her sold into the slavery of the dead and near dead. He, too, is caught and made an unwilling victim.
Zenith Rand, Planet Vigilante
Angels Of Oorn
by Richard Tooker
The war-cry of the Valkyr women, “We die to win” echoes in Zenith’s ears as two women fight a duel to the death in the skies.
Mystery And Adventure
The Viking’s Last Ride
by H.M. Owen
History in the making — a thrilling yarn of adventure on the high seas in the days of King Alfred the Great.
by Herbert E. Smith
Seats of the Mighty are moved when Center City’s new mayor decides to clean out the rat-holes!
by Frank Bunce
Fire at sea! And the toll it took from a trio of murderers who planned too well and not wisely.
Horror Over Honolulu
by Steve Fisher
Red-bearded Mark Turner is “out on a limb” when it comes to catching Honolulu’s crazed fiend.
by L. Ron Hubbard
“Slings and arrows of outrageous Fortune” prove Jerry’s stock in trade when it comes to saving his life.
Four Minutes To Read
by Roybert de Grasse
“Oh, what a tangled web we weave.” A short, short.
“Beautiful, But —”
by William G. Bogart
Swift justice outruns a pair of criminals.