Pulp Fiction Book Store FREE! Three short stories by J.S. Endicott 1

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We’ve edited together three pulp fiction short detective stories by J.S. Endicott for you to enjoy. J.S. Endicott or John S. Endicott was a house name for the Standard Publications group of magazines. Many authors wrote under these names and it’s difficult to know exactly who actually penned any particular story. Nevertheless, we thank these anonymous writers for their imaginative tales. We’ve used the original artwork and done some reformatting and styling to make these stories easier and more fun to read.

The Build-Up  – Detective Jim Durst Didn’t Let the Grass Grow Under His Feet When He Was Ordered Out on the Mavis Pearce Snatch!
The Build-Up was published in Popular Detective in July, 1936.

Death Hangs High  – Weird Baffling Doom Stalks an Abandoned Mine!
Death Hangs High was published in Popular Detective in April, 1937.

Vial of Murder – Horrible Was the Fate Destined for Mol Craig!
Vial of Murder was published in Thrilling Detective in May, 1937.


Death Hangs High has been updated to become:

Sinister House – Seven Stories by J.S. Endicott

Sinister House by J.S. Endicott is available HERE


Mr. Pulp

About the author: Born a long time ago, I developed a love for Pulp Fiction as a young whipper-snapper. Whether it was riding rocket ships to Mars or tracking down the cruelest of killers, I always rooted for the hero to get the girl in the end. I found that a lot of my favorite pulp fiction stories, mysteries, sci-fi and adventure had gone out of print and also into the public domain, so like any bright young enterprising lover of cattle rustlers, robot armies and insidious villains, I decided to make the universe safe for my pulp fiction heroes of yore and republish them. I have since opened up the PulpFictionBook.Store to bring some of my old friends back to light.

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