Roger Torrey is not a name most people are familiar with. And yet his stories appeared in magazines like Black Mask, Detective Fiction Weekly, Dime Detective and other magazines repeatedly. Torrey the man was just as hard-boiled as his characters.
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Fu-Manchu is an important character in our collective fictional universe. This short Filmography of Fu-Manchu traces the evil genius from the early silent movies through the latest incarnations.
Considering that it’s already the latter part of February 2019, the theme of this post is “better late than never.” More about that in a moment. Last year we published 43 ebooks. That’s down significantly from our 2017 total of 60. WINS Some of the books we’re most proud of publishing are: The Sea Witch …
Let’s face it. Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective, is not Politically Correct. If you were hoping for a nice, polite, inoffensive, milquetoast gentleman, Dan Turner is not your Private Eye. Or gumshoe. Or peeper. Or private skulk.
Otto Preminger adapted “Laura” into the hit movie starring Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews. The film version is considered a masterpiece of early noir and its theme became a jazz standard.
Free! We’ve edited together three pulp fiction short detective stories by J.S. Endicott for you to enjoy. J.S. Endicott or John S. Endicott was a house name for the Standard Publications group of magazines. Many authors wrote under these names and it’s difficult to know exactly who actually penned any particular story. Nevertheless, we thank these …