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Book Review: Shock Troops of Justice by Robert R. Mill

Pulp fiction mixes with an ode to the early F.B.I. in this collection of genre pieces from the thirties. Read More »

Book Review: The Leopard Couch by Sax Rohmer

A new collection of yarns from the creator of Fu Manchu unearths 13 entertaining period fantasies. Read More »

Book Review: Horse Money by Richard Wormser

A slim quartet of racetrack crime fiction from the 1930s provides a breezy Depression Era snapshot. Read More »

Book Review: The Man Who Found Zero: Early Science Fiction and Weird Fantasy from The Black Cat, 1896-1915

A collection of often brilliant science fiction published between 1895-1915. Read More »

Book Review: King Corrigan’s Treasure by H. D. Couzens

South Seas adventure by an undeservedly obscure early twentieth century pulpster. Read More »

Book Review: The Best of Adventure: Volume One, 1910-1912, Edited by Doug Ellis

A stellar collection of adventure fiction from the long-running pulp mag’s first two years. Read More »

Book Review: The Man from Hell by Arthur Leo Zagat

A collection of horror stories from an obscure prolific pulpster provides a healthy heap of cheap thrills. Read More »