Banned By Facebook – We have made the decision to not bother trying to fight with the Facebook censors anymore. Instead we’re just going to post at our page Banned By Facebook any book that has been censored.
Last year we made some animated GIFs to promote some of our ebooks. This is the result. Enjoy! Crime Fiction / Mysteries Fantasy and Horror Science Fiction Westerns
The following came from the November, 1946 issue of Fantastic Adventures: I WAS caught more or less by surprise when the editors of Fantastic Adventures asked me to send in a photograph and autobiography of myself. Luckily I just had a few snapshots taken and so was able to airmail one in—to meet the usual …
Leigh Brackett – IN quite undramatic fashion, I began by being born.
Georges Surdez has made a particular Study of the French Foreign Legion—has visited headquarters of every regiment, many outposts of the Atlas, Sahel and Sahara.
Goodbye you horrid wretched year from HELL. To celebrate, we’re throwing a SALE.
The Pulp Fiction Book Store Black Friday SALE is on.
Everything is 1/3 off. Use the code Thanksgiving2020 at the checkout.
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.
Occult Detectives have been saving us from the ghouls and ghosts of the world for a number of years. You’ll know of some of these heroes of our darkest nights; for instance, Dr. Van Helsing who saved us from Count Dracula.
Hugh B. Cave was a master of the “out of the frying pan and into the fire” style of writing.
In 1925, Seabury Quinn (1889-1969) brought us the French occult detective Dr. Jules de Grandin. He continued writing him until 1951, having produced ninety-two stories and novelettes, and one serialized novel.
We are reproducing the 1873 edition of James R. Osgood and Co. with all 111 illustrations by Alphonse de Neuville and Édouard Rio