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Oct. 18, 2023

October, the month of Horror

We've always been big fans of October being designated as our month of horror. We've always run sales of horror books in October. But we were talking about fictional horror leading up to Halloween. This year, this month has shown us real horror. It's knocked us for a loop. This is by way of our apology for being late with this abbreviated newsletter.

We were very busy last month putting together the Pulp Fiction Gear Store. Please take a look and let us know what you think.

Because of our ongoing work developing the Gear Store we really didn't get many books published. However, we did finally get both The Jewels of Li Ting by H. Bedford-Jones and The Dragoman's Tales by Otis Adelbert Kline done and published. Both are terrific reads.

We also published The Gun Hawk by Ed Earl Repp. A really good story for those of you who are Western fans.

So what's on sale this month?

On Sale This Month.

This month we've got a selection of horror and the supernatural for your consideration.
Dr. Ivan Brodsky, Surgeon of Souls by Victor Rousseau
Lost and broken souls come to Dr. Ivan Brodsky and he does what he must to repair them. Many souls haunt the living, attempting to return to the land of the living. Some souls are confused, some are angry, some refuse to go back to the eternal plain. Dr. Ivan Brodsky helps such souls to their destinies.

The Case of the Jailer’s Daughter
The Woman With the Crooked Nose
The Tenth Commandment
The Legacy of Hate
The Major’s Menagerie
The Fetish Of The Waxworks
The Seventh Symphony
The Chairs of Stuyvesant Baron
The Man Who Lost His Luck
The Dream That Came True
The Ultimate Problem
Dark Lore by Nictzin Dyalhis
The Eternal Conflict between good and evil, and the fates of people in different incarnations are explored in these stories.
For Wounding — Retaliation (1922) – The Border— Inez, the Pima squaw uses strategy.
He Refused To Stay Dead (1927) – Are innocent babes born into the world, imbued with the spirit of some restless ghoul come back to earth to fulfill its destiny? Eric Marston thought so, when—
The Eternal Conflict (1925) – Complete Novelette of Cosmic Spaces—of Heaven and Hell
The Red Witch (1932) – A tale of atavism, a thrill-story which links the past and present—a fascinating weird tale about a red-headed woman
The Dark Lore (1927) – A tale of the outer spaces and the lurid hells through which the soul of Lura Veyle was hurled
The Horrors of Mars by Clark Ashton Smith
Four stories with two alternate versions about the horrors to be found on Mars, the Red Planet, by Clark Ashton Smith.
The Planet Entity (1931)
Chapter II. Shanghaied Into Space
Chapter III. The Giant of Mars
Chapter IV. The Astounding Creation!
Chapter V. The Return to Earth
Chapter VI. The Martian’s Power
Dweller in Martian Depths (1933) —Into the planet’s bowels they went in search of fabulous wealth. . . but they found waiting for them the grim dweller. . . .
The Dweller in the Gulf
The Vaults of Yoh-Vombis (1932) —A powerful story of a nightmare horror, a weird vampirism spawned in the caverns of the red planet
The Vaults of Yoh-Vombis (Original Version)
Vulthoom (1935) —A weird-scientific story of two Earthmen on Mars—a tale of frightful tortures and eery horrors in the subterranean caverns of the red planet, and a doom that menaced Earth
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 by Hugh B. Cave.
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
The Shadow Out of Time by H.P. Lovecraft
A brilliant word picture which weaves time, archeology and brain travel into a fascinating narrative of explorative science.
Nathaniel Wingate Peaslee, seemingly possessed for a number of years, has mentally traded places with a being from another time and place. Peaslee sojourns in an odd library world belonging to the Great Race of Yith while a Yithian researcher uses his body on Earth. When he is returned to his own body, he finds that those around him have judged him insane due to the actions of the Yithian that possessed his body. While he was experiencing a Yithian existence in Earth’s ancient past, the Yithian occupying his body was experiencing a human one in the present day.
The Hounds of Tindalos and Other Stories by Frank Belknap Long
Five stories of horror including two classic contributions to the Cthulhu Mythos.
The Red Fetish (1930) – Weird adventures among savage head-hunters— a red-headed man runs afoul of cannibals
The Were-Snake (1925) – Arthur Fights With the Goddess Ishtar in Her Subterranean Retreat
A novelette of three chapters
The Space-Eaters (1928) – A tremendous menace closed in upon the earth from outside the solar system— a powerful story of uncanny horror
A novelette of three chapters
The Hounds of Tindalos (1929) – A tale of unutterable horror— of a pursuit by loathsome entities through the ages and through the dimensions
A novelette of five chapters
The Black Druid (1930) – A short tale that compresses a world of cosmic horror in its few pages
Perhaps a bit of escapism into a fictional horror is a good thing.

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