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July 1, 2022

Get 'em While They're Hot!

I don't know about where you are but it's HOT here. Temps in the 90s. (Of course if you live in a desert that's just a pleasant balmy day.) You've heard the expression "fight fire with fire," right? Well we're countering the hot weather with even hotter pulp fiction.

In fact our latest ebook was so hot it sparked a law suit! Way back in 1932, B.H. Barney totally plagiarized the novel The Face in the Abyss by A. Merritt. Merritt sued Amazing Stories (the magazine that published the Barney novella) but later dropped the suit after it was found that Barney had no money to recover damages from.

B.H. Barney never published anything else and faded into obscurity. However, his novella, Beyond the Veil of Time, lives on. And it's not a bad story at all. Even if it's really Merritt's story.
The best thing about Beyond the Veil of Time is that it's FREE. You can get a copy of it HERE.

In other news, those of you who loved Volume 1 of Professor Jameson's Adventures in the Universe have cause to celebrate because we released Volume 2 this month. Professor Jameson's Adventures in the Universe Volume 2 by Neil R. Jones can be found HERE. Volume 3 will be coming soon....

And now, in a move called "burying the lede," we've got a Fourth of July Sale going on from now until July 5th. Take 15% off of everything in the store by using the code July4th when you check out.
So what's on SALE this month?

On Sale This Month.

Stagecoach - Five Stories by Ernest Haycox
Five Western stories by Ernest Haycox including Stage to Lordsburg, made into the classic Western film Stagecoach directed by John Ford. This film starred Clare Trevor and introduced John Wayne in his first leading role.
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.
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?
A magnificent retelling of the Medusa story.
The Queen of the Black Coast - Four Stories of Conan by Robert E. Howard
Four stories of Conan the Cimmerian in which he faces monsters, fearsome wizards, ancient curses and the love of a mighty pirate woman.
(Conan in love? Whoa! Dude!)
Ten Early Stories by Ray Bradbury
These ten early stories by Ray Bradbury were written between 1942 and 1944, during the height of World War II. Mostly from Weird Tales, they show Bradbury’s early interests in questions of coming of age, the power of childhood innocence, and death. Bradbury was excused from military service in the war because of his poor eyesight. King of the Gray Spaces is an early version of the classic story R is For Rocket.
Power by C.K.M. Scanlon
A Coast Guard cutter is called out to interdict drug smugglers but there are other forces at play. When the drug interdiction turns into the assassination of a foreign dignitary, it brings the nation to the brink of war. Ace FBI Special Agent Dan Fowler must figure out the score before the bullets start to fly.
Come see us at The Pulp Fiction Book Store and check out our Hot Fourth of July Sale! Fight the heat with Hot Pulp Fiction!
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