CONTACT MAN by Roger Torrey — Was the dish worth dying for? Stan Drake had to sample it …
CLASSIC PULP FICTION
DEATH’S LOVING ARMS by Hugh B. Cave — She was beautiful, savage, and naked … and tempted him with death!
DEATH ASKS THE QUESTION by John Russell Fearn — A fortune to the man who lured the pretty blonde to her doom!
CHAIN REACTION by Charles Boeckman — A frightened kitty and a grouchy neighbor … and from there it escalates …
CROOKED HARVEST by Shelley Smith — A simple con game gets complicated for a good ole boy.
LUCILLE WOULD HAVE KNOWN by John Burke — A take-charge woman learns it’s difficult to fill another person’s shoes.
NEW PULP FICTION
- HOW TO STIHL RUBIES by Dr. Richard A. Olsen
- RAINY TUESDAY by Jack Halliday
- LIGHT OF REASON by Teel James Glenn
- THE STANGLERS ARE NOT THE FORGIVING TYPE by David Bernard
- ROTGUT: The Rise and Fall of Roger Torrey by Will Murray
- ANOTHER GREAT HUGH B. CAVE STORY! by Audrey Parente
- SCIENTIFIC ANGLES: JOHN RUSSELL FEARN by Phil Harbottle
- SHELLEY SMITH: BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES by Phil Harbottle
- JOHN BURKE: BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES by Phil Harbottle
BOLD VENTURE BULLETINS
THE COVER STORIES