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Operator #5 eBook #39 May-June 1938 Revolt of the Devil Men - [Download] #RE157
Operator #5 eBook #39 May-June 1938 Revolt of the Devil Men

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Radio Archives Pulp Classics
Operator #5 eBook
#39 Revolt of the Devil Men - May-June 1938
by Curtis Steele
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. As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.
Jimmy Christopher, clean-cut, square-jawed and clear-eyed, was the star of the most audacious pulp magazines ever conceived — Operator #5. Savage would-be conquerors, creepy cults, weird weather-controllers and famine-creating menaces to our mid-western breadbasket... these were but a few of the fiendish horrors that Jimmy Christopher was forced to confront. Operator #5 returns in vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
by Will Murray
Thrilling Feature-length Novel Of America’s Undercover Ace
Revolt of the Devil Men
by Curtis Steele
Across exhausted America, trekked Operator 5’s giant caravan of mercy — fighting to rebuild a new, strong nation out of the desolate wreckage left behind by the horrors of the Purple Invasion! Step by step, the ravaged country was being reclaimed, while Jimmy Christopher and his gallant patriots desperately battled the new foe that had sprung up — a Dictator of Doom who had sworn to turn Civilization’s defenders into abject slaves, and carve a vassal-state from freedom’s smoking ruins!
The Corpse Cargo — Gripping Short Story Of Undercover Warfare
by Benton Hill
Against the cunning Asiatic horde who plotted America’s downfall, Lieutenant Sam Holder could hope for but two allies — a terrified girl and a corpse that had already betrayed its country’s flag!
Pirates From Hell — A “Shorty O’Neil” Story
by Dale Dev. Kier
The entire Fleet lay at the mercy of the Lighthouse of Death — and Big John and Shorty O’Neil had to work a miracle to prove that you may be able to get away with murder, but you can’t make monkeys out of the U.S. Marines!
Things That Made America Great:
The Fighting Yankee Earl
by Morton Taney
He was only an outlawed nobleman with a ghostly army, but when embattled America faced the triumphant British, he saved his new country — with a handful of heroes snatched from the gates of hell!
The Secret Sentinel  — A Department
Secret Sentinel Reports — Our Readers
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 A classic July 19, 2021
Reviewer: Charles from BC, Canada  
The Operator 5 series is famous for its 13-part Purple Invasion storyline, and no wonder: they are a fantastic read. So I was very curious to reach this volume, to see how the series would continue. How do you follow up such an apocalyptic event?

Well, the answer is as unique as the Purple Invasion itself: a Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic world, ravaged by war, filled with chaos, our continent barely able to defend itself against the next menace just around the corner… yet another new twist on the original premise of the series.

Definitely do yourself a favor: come for the Purple Wars, stay for the aftermath..! Emile Tupperman’s last Operator 5 novel was, for me, one of the most interesting, because of its imaginative post-war setting.

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