Adventure across the face of the earth, from the dark jungles of Guatamala to the vast Siberian wastelands, from the hot sands of Arabia to a medieval fortess, these pulp stories offer you the escape of high adventure. Thrilling Adventure magazine made its debut with the December 1931 issue, and went on for twelve years and 139 issues, closing with the November 1943 issue. For its entire run, it truly lived up to its name, offering readers the best in thrills and excitement. Famous pulp authors who appeared in Thrilling Adventures included Hugh B. Cave, Wayne Rogers, Arthur J. Burks, G. Wayman Jones, Johnston McCulley (of Zorro fame), and Edgar Rice Burroughs. For one thin dime, magazine readers were treated to the best that pulp adventure could offer. Thrilling Adventures returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
A Complete Novel
Satan’s Safari (Africa)
by Holland Lynch
Wayne Sabine, a South Sea soldier of fortune, plumbs to the heart of Africa’s darkness to root out its evil core!
Killers Can’t Fly (Arkansas)
by Edward Parrish Ware
Patrolman Hale faces a murder problem in the L’Anguile Swamp!
Moccasin Trail (Colonial America)
by Ray Millholland
Hardy and Sturdy are the frontiersmen who fight Redskin and Redcoat to hold the country west of the Alleghanies!
The Gold Token (South America)
by Ben Conlon
Barton uses his head when the Jivaros of the jungle covet it!
The Affair At Tank (Waziristan)
by Philip Ketchum
A man’s courage is put to a test in an outpost of Hell.
Red Hell Of Nahanni (Canada)
by Harold F. Cruickshank
The White Phantom battles for life alongside human creatures
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