Audrey Parente, editor
(eBook edition available December 18)
Pulp Adventures #37 features pulp fiction classic and new, ranging from hardboiled mystery to fascinating science fiction.
CLASSIC PULP FICTION
- "Death is My Shadow" by Day Keene — Danton’s promise to Johnny Oakhurst was an invitation to disaster.
- "Nymph in the Keyhole" by Charles Boeckman — He wasn’t a murderer, but nobody believes a peeping tom.
- "Honor Bright"by E.C. Tubb — Space flight was changing, not necessarily for the better.
- "The Trap" by Erle Stan ley Gardner — The Trap was set for a deadly rat, and when it sprung ...
NEW PULP FICTION
- "Mudbugs" by John Kojak — A small town suffers a terrible infestation …
- "Blondes , Blondes , Blondes" by Jack Bludis — As a peep-show barker, P.I. Ken Sligo hawks a murder mystery
- "Paandor’s Box" by Martin Roy Hill — “I am one of you.” But was Paandor to be trusted?
- "Superhero" by Lee Weinstein — More than just a daydreamer, a hero of sorts …
- "Clue, Though?" by Charlotte J.R. Baker — Death on the menu at a Roaring 20s-themed mystery party.
- "His Hour Upon the Stage" by Adam McFarlane — Sherlock Holmes’ daughter investigates a terrible crime.
- "Bannerman: Riding the Lawless Land" by Rich Harvey — Cleveland Publishing’s ‘Enforcer’ returns with Piccadilly Publishing.
- Editorial | Audrey Parente