Wisecracking celebrity gossip columnist Jerry Tracy gets embroiled in 25 thrilling plots, schemes, and mysteries of the New York underworld, circa 1933.
Early pulp SF tale features invisible man-eating monsters from the bottom of the sea, World War I submarine warfare, and a mad scientist named MacBeard.
The sleepy towns and pristine wilderness deep in the Appalachias house dark and sinister evil, and various inhuman monsters. It’s up to John the Balladeer to set things right.
Entertaining romp where feisty Norse merchant-prince Ragnarr takes on the empire of Crete, because a Cretan prince stole his girlfriend. Lots of sword-battles and sea-fights.
In a post-catastrophe New York, Captain Fortune becomes unlikely hero of the peoples’ revolution, overthrowing the robber-baron Towermen and bringing democracy and freedom back to America.
Two old-school science fiction tales from the end of the pulp era: aliens invade a New Mexico army base, and fringe-planet raiders fight an empire to retain their freedom.
Returning to John Carter of Mars. The continuation and conclusion of the previous novel: more intrigues with the White and Black Martians, a planet to win and a princess to save.
John Carter returns, thanks to cliffhangers and popularity. Once again, he has to save his beloved Dejah Thoris, along with the rest of Mars, and must overcome many foes to do so.
The grandfather of epic planetary romances and sword-and-planet; Virginian John Carter appears on Mars, where he makes war and peace, falls in love, and saves the day.
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