This is the only in-depth look at the over 600 pulp short stories and novelettes published by famed mystery author Erle Stanley Gardner, who would go on to write the highly successful Perry Mason series. Gardner broke into the pulp magazine market in the 1920s and wrote continuously for them until the pulps folded during the second World War.
Where does Pulp Icons rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
A short listen but a must and warning it will result into looking for more books to read.
What other book might you compare Pulp Icons to and why?
The Blood "N" Thunder Guide To Pulp Fiction
What about James C. Lewis’s performance did you like?
Spoken clearly nice tone for the material
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Intrigued to find more books written by Erle Stanley Gardner
Any additional comments?
A must have in any Pulp collectors library