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SPICY WESTERN STORIES – 12/36

Brand of the Cougar by N. Wooten Poge
Charlie comes back to Horseshoe Valley on a mission of vengeance. And even the girl he had loved wants to put a halter around his neck.

No Greenhorn With Guns by William B. Rainey
Man-Size by Allan K. Echols
“Jest Average” by Hamlin Daly
Polly of the Plains
Powdersmoke Passion by Robert Leslie Bellem
Treason’s Kiss by E. Hoffman Price
Free, High, and Handsome by Lew Merrill
Gravy Train by Paul Richards

  • 7×10
  • 128 pages
  • Cover Artist: H.J. Ward
  • Adventure House
  • Published: 12/19

Saucy Movie Tales – 03/36

Star of Satan by Milton S. Grant
Right of the Master by Wayne Rogers
A Slim, Gold Pencil by Thompson Todd
Strip Girl by Norman Maray
Marcia of the Movies by Eric Browken
Crime in the Abattoir by William G. Bogart
Tropical “Take” by Ernest Manning
Monster of the Tarn by Nelson Kent
Terror Voyage by Will Gibson
Back From the Dead by Lew Gibbs

  • 7×10
  • 128 pages
  • Cover Artist: Norman Saunders
  • Adventure House
  • Published: 12/19

HIGH ADVENTURE #169

The Fort Terror Murders by F. Van Wyck Mason
Murder rising on a red tide of terror—in a Philippine army post.

  • 7×10
  • 110 pages
  • Adventure House
  • $12.95
  • Published: 11/19

HIGH ADVENTURE #170
Best Stories from the pulp: SCIENCE FICTION

The Man Who Was Millions by Willard E. Hawkins
Millions of men, women and children sharing a single soul—that was Yogarth, the human spirit coma down through the ages to possess the race of man in his very being! Shim and Tawanda, Yogarth’s companions of the dim past, dare to oppose the Great One, only to find the entire world thrown into an urge of madness!

Venus Station by Arthur Leo Zagat
Strange was the web Fate wove, when Gort Higgin came back from the damned, seeking vengeance on the son of the man who had framed him. For the person in Arnim Penger’s space-yacht was the last one in the universe Higgin wanted to harm!

  • 7×10
  • 110 pages
  • Cover Artist: Frank R. Paul
  • Adventure House
  • $12.95
  • Published: 01/20

THE SHADOW Volume 147: “Trail of Vengeance” & “The Mother Goose Murders”

The Knight of Darkness proves that “crime does not pay” in thrilling pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson. First, the bizarre killing sets a young man on a “Trail of Vengeance,” but only The Shadow can unmask the true murderer! Then, a crime code based on Mother Goose nursery rhymes produces gun play instead of child’s play. Can The Shadow unravel a web of crime to bring a halt to terror? Plus, “The Nursery Rhyme Murders,” a classic Shadow radio mystery by Alfred Bester!

  • Softcover
  • 7×10
  • 128 pages
  • B&W
  • $14.95
  • Sanctum Books
  • Published 11/19

THE SHADOW 148:
“The Isle of Doubt,” “Murder Town” & “Fountain of Death”

EXTRA-LENGTH TRIPLE-NOVEL SPECIAL!  The Master Avenger crushes crime in classic pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson writing as “Maxwell Grant.” First, A Mississippi River “Isle of Doubt” conceals crooks and their ill-gotten wealth, until The Shadow’s justice proves to be as inevitable as the flow of the mighty river itself! Then, the specter of death rises over a thriving community, transforming it into a “Murder Town.” Finally, the restorative waters of Sapphire Springs are claimed to have fabulous curative properties, but could conceal an evil “Fountain of Death.” This collectors special features the original pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Tom Lovell and Paul Orban, with new commentary by pulp historian Will Murray.

  • Sanctum Books
  • 978-1-60877-266-7
  • Softcover
  • 7×10
  • 160 pages
  • B&W
  • $19.95
  • Published 12/19

THE SHADOW 149:
“Murder by Magic,” “Crime Out of Mind,” “The Freak Show Murders” & “Svengali Kill”

FOUR-NOVEL MAGIC SPECTACULAR!The Knight of Darkness investigates magic-based crimes in FOUR thrilling pulp tales by Walter B. Gibson and Bruce Elliott writing as “Maxwell Grant.” First, The Shadow infiltrates the world of illusion and legerdemain when professional magician’s props are utilized to commit “Murder by Magic.” And a nightclub mind reader sees and tells all, but Kent Allard suspects the mentalist’s visions are being used to commit “Crime Out of Mind”? Then The Shadow follows a traveling carnival’s trail of death to uncover the bizarre secret behind “The Freak Show Murders.” Finally, is a stage hypnotist responsible when a subject commits suicide before a theater full of witnesses? Only The Shadow knows! This instant collectors item leads off with a striking cover painting by illustrator Charles Coll and also showcases the original digest covers by Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin.

  • Sanctum Books
  • 978-1-60877-268-1
  • Softcover
  • 7×10
  • 176 pages
  • B&W
  • $19.95
  • Published: 12/19