CLASSIC PULP FICTION
- "Death Speaks Softly" by Charles Boeckman
Mr. Pleeber thought it was a bad dream when he awoke to murder!
- "The Tunnel Under the World" by Frederick Pohl
June 15: An explosive date with an explosive anti-climax …
- "Breath of Allah" by Sax Rohmer
An unusual masquerade, industrial espionage, Egypt ...
- "The Story of Misión San Juan Capistrano" by H. Bedford-Jones
NEW PULP FICTION
- "New Guy on the Block" by Jack Bludis
Private investigator Ken Sligo had a promising future, but had to make certain he wasn’t killed on his first case!
- "An Old Friend" by Michael R. Hayfields
They called him the Death’s Head; those who met him learned why!
- "The Pursuit of the Moor" by Teel James Glenn
One last heist ... one reporter had the knowledge to prevent it.
- "The Client" by Nils Gilbertson
A lawyer swears to uphold the law, but is forced to bend it.
- "Conspiracy Theory" by Carson Demanns
Nut-job in life … Internet legend in death …
- "Captain Warwick’s Hand" by Adam Beau McFarlane
A helping hand was all he asked …