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July 2, 2019

Celebrating Liberty!

It's July and that means Independence Day here in the States. We're celebrating and headed to a variety of places as we all get a few days of well deserved vacation. But we've set up a sale to help you celebrate also.

From now until July 7th at midnight East Coast time we're putting the whole store on sale for 15% off. Just use the code Liberty15 at the checkout!
This month we have some fun reads on sale for you. And yes, if you get them while our Celebrating Liberty Sale is going on, you'll get them for a further 15% off their sales prices. Enjoy!

On Sale This Month.

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Murder Madness by Murray Leinster
Seven Secret Service men had completely disappeared. Another had been found a screaming, homicidal maniac, whose fingers writhed like snakes. So Bell, of the secret “Trade,” plunges into South America after The Master—the mighty, unknown octopus of power whose diabolical poison threatens a continent!
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The Portal To Power by Greye La Spina
A serial novel about a cult of Devil worshipers in a hidden valley in the Rocky Mountains. They seek the Philosopher’s Stone, as well as a Priestess to bring the Ancient Gods back to this plane of existence.
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The Complete Adventures of Captain Trouble by Perley Poore Sheehan
Pelham Rutledge Shattuck, American wanderer, brawler, fighter in China fulfills his destiny as the incarnation of Kubla Khan. As Shadak Khan, Captain Trouble, he battles the war lords, the wizards and the Tongs of China to bring about the new age of Maitreya Buddha.
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Voodoo Express by Theodore Roscoe
A pair of novelettes about Haiti, voodoo, zombies, shrunken heads and drums – the incessant drumming from the hills that drives men mad.
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The Monsters of VooDoo Isle by John Peter Drummond
A death-trail lured Ki-Gor to The Isle of Mists, and a god of weird powers welcomed him. His golden mate had already fallen prey to this strange Master —and now the Jungle Lord would share her fate . . . become a slavering, mindless creature whose great hands would kill for evil.
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Bullet and Other Stories – seven classic pulp Western stories by Hapsburg Liebe.
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