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.
Range Riders Western was a mix of a western with a mystery — a most satisfying combination. Three buckaroo trouble-shooters, Steve Reese aided by his two pals Hank Bell, and Dusty Trail worked for the Cattlemen's Protective Association. And when they received the call to action, they strapped on their six-guns and busted leather to hit the trail. Follow the trio as they take up the cudgels for peace and justice! This long-running western series began with the December 1938 issue, coming from Thrilling Publications, AKA Better Publications or Standard Magazines. It immediately struck a chord with its reading audience. The magazine title changed slightly — with the Fall 1940 issue Range Riders became Range Riders Western. And thus it stayed until the final issue in April 1953. All told, there were 75 issues of rip-roaring action published. Range Riders returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Sign of the Straddle Bug
by Hascal Giles
The three fearless avengers take the trail of a mysterious foeman who deals out death under a strange and sinister emblem! Follow Steve Reese, Hank Ball and Dusty Trail as they move in with fast guns when range despoilers ride!
by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson
Serving under peacock-proud Captain Willard, Cy Hawkins was hired as an Army wagon boss — but when the Apaches raided, he showed other talents!
The Devil’s Eye — Short Story
by Harold F. Cruickshank
While grim drought threatens, Dal Baldwin prepares for a showdown battle
Trouble Makes A Bid — Short Story
by Dan Kirby
The struggling nesters of Hartshorn find a real champion in Roe Cassity
The Drifter — Short Story
by Clark Gray
Because Jim Purcell used to be an outlaw, the town thought he still was
by Foghorn Clancy
A friendly department of live-wire news and chatter of ranch and rodeo life