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October 1, 2020

October - A month of Fantasy and Horror

October is our favorite month. The heat of summer is finally starting to dissipate and the month ends with Halloween, our favorite holiday.
We have six fantastic and spooky books, classics of the genre, on sale to celebrate October. Check them out below:
Don't be afraid, we have some really great ebooks on SALE this month.

On Sale This Month.

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Stragella and Other Stories by Hugh B. Cave
Ancient curses and malign evil bring eldritch creatures, ghouls and vampires to life in these five horror stories.
Stragella (1932) – The meeting with Stragella, under the mist that was a shroud.
The Ghoul Gallery (1932) – The story of an eldritch horror that leaped out of the black night
The Infernal Shadow (1932) – Death, mysterious and horrible, lurks in the house of Mark Mallory.
The Door of Doom (1932) – The ‘Deathless Four’ defy a threat macabre – and each, in turn finds what lurks behind the mansion’s grim Iron Door.
Brotherhood of Blood (1932) – A sensational story of the Undead—a beautiful vampire doomed to prey upon the living
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Journey to Barkut by Murray Leinster
A hock-shop relic leads Tony Gregg to a riotous land of djinns and sins, dragons and dreams, walking castles and talking sand.
Journey to Barkut is the Arabian Nights with a Leinster touch of its own. A man buys a coin in a pawn shop and finds it’s from an unknown land. Using it as a device to determine what to do in his everyday life he stumbles into the adventure of a lifetime that carries him into an alternate dimension where djinns and magic are real.
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The Phantom Hand by Victor Rousseau
Don Wenworth, aided by Sudh Hafiz, a Babist priest, battles Godfrey Moore, power mad practitioner of black magic. At stake is his life and the life of his fiancee. An astounding novel of Black Magic, eery murders, and weird occult happenings occasioned by The Phantom Hand.
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The Sin-Eater and Other Stories by G.G. Pendarves
A collection of three stories about black magic, immortality, ancient demons, possession and dual personality.
Abd Dhulma, Lord of Fire (1933) – A weird and shivery story of an evil Arab who contrived to postpone death for many centuries
The Power Of The Dog (1927) – A tale of Arabian black magic and the terrifying fate that befell two Englishmen at the hands of Daouad
The Sin-Eater (1938) – An unusually strange and powerful tale of possession and dual personality
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Witch-House and Other Stories by Seabury Quinn
Three stories from the casebook of Dr. Jules de Grandin, Occult Detective. A mummy determined to come back to life, a woman haunting her widower’s new wife from beyond the grave, and a witches’ familiar exacting revenge three hundred years after the witch was drowned; these are three of the occult cases of Jules de Grandin.
The Dead-Alive Mummy (1935) An amazing and startling story about an ancient Egyptian mummy and a beautiful American girl—a tale of Jules de Grandin
Rival From the Grave (1936) A tale of creeping horror that rises to a climax of sheer terror— a story of Jules de Grandin
Witch-House (1936) A vivid, fascinating and gripping tale of the blight that fell upon a lovely and beautiful American girl—a tale of Jules de Grandin, ghost-breaker, occultist, and master of the supernatural
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Shambleau by C.L. Moore
HAD Northwest Smith, the famous outlaw of the spaceways, been able to foresee the future, he would not have shielded the frightened, scarlet-clad girl from the wild mob pursuing her through the narrow streets of Lakkdarol, Earth’s last colony on Mars. “Shambleau! Shambleau!” the crowd cried with loathing and disgust, but Smith drove them off with his blaster and took the exhausted girl to his quarters. There was no hair upon her face — neither brows nor lashes; but what lay hidden beneath the tight scarlet turban bound around her head?
When it first appeared “Shambleau” was acclaimed by readers, authors, and editors as the debut of a truly gifted talent in the field of fiction writing. It introduced the very popular character Northwest Smith, hardbitten roamer of the spaceways in this classic retelling of the Medusa story.
The Northwest Smith stories were originally published between 1933 and 1940, mostly in Weird Tales. The stories collected here are revisions of the earlier stories and were published as Galaxy Science Fiction Novel No. 31, Shambleau by C.L. Moore in 1953.
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October is always fun. Enjoy some of these fun and spoky classics of fantasy and horror. Come by The Pulp Fiction Book Store and find something spine-tingling. Believe it or not, you'll be glad you did.
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