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March 12, 2020

March has Gone Mad!

March has gone crazy! However, despite all of the political food fights and the end of the world, as brought to us by the coronavirus, we have been quietly working toward our 200th Pulp Fiction ebook. We've recently published:

#195 - Sir Donald Fremling, Occult Detective by G.G. Pendarvas
#196 - Just One More Case by W.T. Ballard
#197 - Outlaw Brand and Other Stories by Harry F. Olmsted

We're very pleased to be working on The People of the Black Circle by Robert E. Howard for our 198th ebook. If you've never read any of Howard's Conan the Barbarian stories, this is a terrific one to start out on. It should be out in a day or two.

Number 199 is going to be a thought provoking Science Fiction novel by Stanley G. Weinbaum called The New Adam. Number 200 will be a very nearly forgotten Surprise! Stay tuned!

We're also pleased to announce a private SALE for our newsletter list only on the occasion of our 200th ebook. From now until the end of the month of March take 20% off all sales by using the phrase Pulp200 at the checkout.
But let's get to the important stuff: which ebooks are on sale this month...?

On Sale This Month.

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The Moon Pool by A. Merritt
The Moon Pool – In the middle of the South Pacific, among the islands of Polynesia, there is a lost world under the earth’s surface, home to the evil Shining One and its acolytes. A party of archeologists stumble upon this lost subterranean land and must fight to save their own world on the earth’s surface.

The Moon Pool by Abraham Merritt (1884-1943), known as A. Merritt, was originally published as a novelette in All-Story Weekly in 1918. Its novel length sequel, Conquest of the Moon Pool followed in 1919.
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Elak of Atlantis -The Complete Saga by Henry Kuttner
Elak of Atlantis – Vikings, Druids, goddesses, dark magic and sword fights aplenty fill the adventures of the Atlantean prince that walked away from his throne.

Four novelettes of warlocks and wizards and valiant men of might in the far-off olden time before Atlantis sank beneath the waves.
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Goddess of the Golden Flame by William P. McGivern
World War II was officially over, but Major Rick Mason of the U.S. Army Aircorps was sent on a mission deep within the Himalayas—where he was to find a hidden secret—and the Goddess of the Golden Flame.

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Wings For An Angel – Three Johnny Castle Novelettes by C.S. Montanye
Wings For An Angel – Johnny Castle was a New York sports reporter. Castle was tougher than most sports writers and it’s a good thing he was – he always seemed to wind up in the middle of a murder.

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BOOTHILL GUNS by Jackson Cole – A killer-bandit was at large in the town of Frontera, and Jim Hatfield, the Lone Wolf Ranger, had both feet in the grave before he tagged the guilty one.

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In The Lost Beasts of Ta’Tamba, Ki-gor faces cannibals, crocodiles, a fight to the death in a jungle colosseum against maddened gorillas, and the pet lioness of the fiendish usurper of a hidden kingdom in this tale of jungle justice.
Ki-Gor, White Lord of the Jungle, and Brend, boy-emperor of the Stolen Kingdom, battled side by side against the thousand warrior-beasts of Ramfis. Crawling swamp lizards would have had a better chance of victory. But struggling in the claws of Durga-Rama, the fiend usurper, Helene cried: “Ki-Gor, my mate, will save me!”
So even though the world is going mad, come by The Pulp Fiction Book Store and help us celebrate our upcoming 200th ebook!
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