Detective sergeant Stephen Thatcher is the son of police chief Peter Thatcher. Sickened by the effects of the Great Depression on Great City, the young lawman cannot reconcile the rich society elite living the good life while across town the poor of Great City go hungry. Unable to correct this injustice through the system he represents, Thatcher assumes the role of the vigilante thief the Moon Man by disguising himself behind a one-way Argus glass globe.
A twisted scientist plots to alter the course of human evolution while another dreams of creating the world's first mechanical thinking machine. A body is found in a secured bank vault and modern day pirates have begun harassing Her Majesty's Royal Navy. Here are five new mysteries that will test the Great Detective's uncanny talents of observation and the courage of his loyal companion.
He began his life as a slave. During the Civil War he escaped and lived among the Indians in the Oklahoma Territories. He learned to ride, shoot and track prey from his adopted people. When the war ended, he was recruited as one of the first black marshals in the history of the west.
The time and place, Victorian England on the cusp of a new century where the marvels of science will spur the Industrial Revolution to new heights of cultural wonder. And yet amidst this societal upheaval, the dark elements of humankind continue to worm their way through the streets of London and its surrounding countryside. Murder and mayhem remain and thus the work of Sherlock Holmes continues; his powers of deductive reasoning are the crucial bulwark to stem this tide of villainy.
Five new puzzles to challenge the Great Detective and his ever loyal companion, Dr. Watson. Within these minutes they will encounter mythological fairies seeming to plague a beautiful country estate, man-eating tigers on the loose in the streets of London, and a stolen museum mummy.
A famous soccer player is found dead in the clubhouse. An unidentified stowaway is murdered aboard a US Navy warship while another man is found asphyxiated in an empty, locked room. These are several of the twisted puzzles challenging the Baker Street sleuth as he once again takes up the hunt on the fog-ridden streets of London, accompanied by his faithful ally, Dr. Watson.
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Evildoers beware! Crimefighters rejoice! Mystery buffs, hold on to your seat! Masked Gun Mystery 1 from Pro Se Productions, brings you pulp goodness with guns, clues, murders, and mayhem!
A United States senator is murdered on the floor of the Senate by an invisible assassin; a French nobleman in Jerusalem during the First Crusades gives rise to a new order, the Knights Templar; a creature of dark mythology becomes the power behind the Third Reich. Three supposedly unrelated events weaving their way through the corridors of time as if by no reason or rhyme. But what if all these moments were connected through the incredible exploits of one man?
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Here is another quartet of unique, perplexing cases that will challenge this noble duo and test their fortitude and courage. Why would someone murder an old man a few months before his 100th birthday? Why is Holmes' arch nemesis, Prof. Moriarty, hunting the city for the same sadistic killer Holmes is after? And, when the Great Detective is arrested and imprisoned for attempting to seduce the wife of a wealthy nobleman, Watson questions whether his friend has finally lost his mind.
Based on the 1948-49 radio drama starring Alan Ladd, this collection includes six all-new Box Thirteen tales that carry on the action-packed tradition of the originals. "The Mystery of the Menacing Manuscript" by Bobby Nash. A surprise invitation sends Dan Holiday on a mystery writer's weekend retreat filled with treachery, deceit, and murder.
In dozens of hellish concentration camps scattered throughout Germany, thousands of emaciated men and women are kept ignorant of these events. With over 14 million already murdered in the gas chambers, the Nazis are all too aware the remaining survivors could become a serious liability, all of them living proof of their barbaric Holocaust. Into one of these death camps comes a man named Aaron. Unlike the hopeless, starving men around him, he is strangely aloof and detached from the living nightmare,
He's back! One of pulpdom's all-time favorite heroes, Jim Anthony, Super Detective, in three fast-paced action adventures. From the dense, hot jungles of Guatemala to the dark alleys of New York City, Jim Anthony and his associates battle the forces of evil and injustice.
The greatest pulp spy of them all returns in four brand new adventures by Kevin Noel Olson, Mark Justice, Brian Meredith, and Andrew Salmon.
Crusading District Attorney Anthony Quinn was scarred and blinded by gangland hoods. When an experimental transplant operation returns his sight, it also grants him the ability to see in the dark! Allowing the public to continue believing he is a harmless, blind attorney, Quinn invents a new identity, that of the crime-fighting avenger known as the Black Bat. With a trio of loyal aids, he launches his campaign against the forces of evil.
When Dan Holiday opensBox Thirteen, he never knows what adventure awaits him. A former newspaperman turned novelist, Holiday crafts the plots for his books by living them. Spurred into action by letters from his fans, Dan Holiday's adventures ranged from the outrageous to the dangerous. Whatever the case, Dan Holiday is sure to find adventure.
In this stellar collection, written by John Bear Ross, Frank Schildiner, H. Jarrod Courtemanche and Andrew Salmon, the Man of a Thousand Faces once again defends America from all manner of evil threats. From a secret new weapon hidden in the jungles of the Far East to an ancient mythological mask able to turn men into stone, Secret Agent X is challenged at every turn in these fast paced, gun-blazing pulp adventures.
Get ready to blast off for futuristic action and adventure as Captain Mars McCoy and the space rangers fight to bring law and order to the far flung galaxies of the universe. These are three old-fashioned space thrillers by Andrew Salmon, Greg Gick, and John Bear Ross that will delight any fan of Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers.
From a mysterious island hidden in the Pacific comes a man known to friend and foe alike. Genius. Scientific Wizard. Adventurer. Troubleshooter. Hero. A force for justice that strikes like thunder! Pro Se Productions, in conjunction with Altus Press, presents The New Adventures of Thunder Jim Wade! The latest in the Pulp Obscura line, The New Adventures of Thunder Jim Wade features brand new tales of this classic hero by six of the finest writers of new pulp today!
Airship 27 Productions digs deep into those long forgotten comic creative mindset to create the oddball hero, GHOST BOY. Starring young Alex Conroy as the top agent of S.O.S. (Science Operational Security) who is possessed with strange superhuman abilities. His best friend was an eight foot robot called P.O.P.S. (Photoelectric Optimal Protection Sentry). Writers Terry Alexander, Micah Harris and Andrew Salmon recapture the fun and magic of this forgotten 60s character and offer up four brand new adventures.
Features four new action-packed stories starring the greatest man hunter of them all, Dan Fowler of the FBI. Penned by Gregory Bastianelli, B.C. Bell, Aaron Smith, and Andrew Salmon, these four brand-new stories are packed with shootouts, car chases, and fisticuffs - enough to excite the most jaded listener. Here's pulp action the way you remember it, slam-bang all the way!