A gritty sixties spy series gets resurrected by the pulp aficionados at Titan Books.
Pulp fiction mixes with an ode to the early F.B.I. in this collection of genre pieces from the thirties.
A new collection of yarns from the creator of Fu Manchu unearths 13 entertaining period fantasies.
Murdered 1920s author Homer Eon Flint is publishing again — thanks to an e-publisher and his determined granddaughter.
A posthumous "collaboration" brings back a Spillane hero from the sixties.
This reinterpretation of Tarantino's film as a Shakespearean tragedy is fascinating and works hilariously well.
Dark deeds and double-dealings in an energetically violent noir comic mini-series.
The true literary origins of some of our classic Western heroes.
A slim quartet of racetrack crime fiction from the 1930s provides a breezy Depression Era snapshot.
The author of the Matt Scudder novels takes on a cross-country trek with a shapely serial killer.