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.
Shiver me timbers, Matey! Aye, it be Pirates off the port bow! Swift action tales of high adventure from exotic ports of call across the seven seas. The Jolly Roger — the black flag displaying the skull and crossbones. The smell of salt air; the cry of seagulls, the rolling decks as the 40-cannon galleons swept into battle! And treasure... golden plunder taken from ships regardless of nationality! Although pirate stories had appeared in various pulps such as Action Stories, Thrilling Adventures, and the grandaddy of them all, Adventure, it wasn't until 1934 that a new magazine appeared that was devoted strictly to pirate adventures. The first issue was dated November 1934 and it offered swashbuckling tales in the tradition of Blackbeard, Anne Bonny and Henry Morgan. After four issues, for its final two issues, it combined with High Seas Adventures, and then — after a grand total of six rousing issues — the magazine sadly closed with the August 1935 issue. Pirate Stories returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Complete Book-Length Novel
By F.V.W. Mason
Captain Terror, deprived of his good name in the British Navy, sweeps the ocean with pirate guns of vengeance.
Scourge Of The Main — A Novelette
by James Perley Hughes
An American hero in the bloody clash of pirate ships...
Marauders Of The South Seas — A Short Story
By William Denoyer
Piracy and murder on a treasure ship at the bottom of the sea!
Jolly Roger’s Log — Readers’ Department
A thrilling department where readers’ questions are answered free.