Travel the World

Travel the world with the Pulp Fiction Book Store. These adventures will take you to far off lands and exciting times… Thrill as Captain Trouble encounters thieves, Tongs and Warlords as he crosses China on horse and camel! Gasp in horror as Aztecs perform human sacrifices at the Lost City of Desert Death! Don’t fall prey to the wolves of…

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The Story of Laura

Vera Caspary (1899-1987) wrote twenty one novels including Bedelia (1945) and Stranger than Truth (1946), but Laura remains the one she is best known for. Originally the story was called Ring Twice For Laura and was published as a serial novel in seven parts in Collier’s Weekly during October and November of 1942. That is…

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Captain Future and The Futuremen

Captain Future and the Futuremen have often been credited to the fertile mind of Edmond Hamilton, but actually they were the creation of Mort Weisinger, one of Hamilton’s editors at Thrilling Wonder Stories. Weisinger is best known for editing the early Superman and Batman comics among other stories in the Standard Magazine chain. In June 1939,…

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The Evolution of Buck Rogers

The evolution of Buck Rogers from World War I veteran to seminal Science Fiction space hero is nothing short of astounding. When Philip Francis Nowlan wrote the Buck Rogers stories he never called his hero Buck Rogers. In fact you won’t find the word “buck” or the name “Buck” once in either Armageddon – 2419…

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