Story and perfected the genre with his classic character, Race Williams. Race williams returns! originally appearing in the pages of Black Mask Magazine, author Carroll John Daly pioneered the hard-boiled detective P. I. Included here are “the silver eagle, ” “Tainted Power, ” and “The Third Murderer.
Shooting Out of Turn: The Collected Hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams, Vol. 3 Volume 3 #ad - This collection also includes several race williams novelettes including “Shooting Out of Turn, ” “Murder By Mail, ” and “Death for Two. And it’s prefaced by an all-new, scholarly introduction by Professor Brooks E. Hefner of James Madison University. Apart from the novel-length Race Williams stories, these classic hard-boiled thrillers have rarely been reprinted, if ever.
The Snarl of the Beast: The Collected Hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams, Volume 2Altus Press #ad - Volume 2 contains the next batch of race williams stories, all from 1927–29 as Daly broke the mold of Black Mask by running serialized novels in the pages of that important magazine. Race williams returns! originally appearing in the pages of Black Mask Magazine, author Carroll John Daly pioneered the hard-boiled detective P.
I. Apart from the novel-length Race Williams stories, these classic hard-boiled thrillers have rarely been reprinted, if ever. Included here are “the snarl of the beast, ” “the hidden Hand, ” “The Egyptian Lure, ” and “The Tag Murders. Additional editorial pieces are also included: Daly's own “Putting Over a Detective Novel” was written to explain his working process while writing "The Snarl of the Beast.
The Snarl of the Beast: The Collected Hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams, Volume 2 #ad - And it’s prefaced by an all-new, scholarly introduction by Professor Brooks E. Story and perfected the genre with his classic character, Race Williams. The snarl of the beast: the collected hard-boiled Stories of Race Williams Volume 2 continues this most important series published in years on the history of the Hard-Boiled Detective story.
Hefner of James Madison University.
Them That Lives By Their Guns: The Collected Hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams Volume 1Altus Press #ad - Story and perfected the genre with his classic character Race Williams. Volume 1 contains the first 16 race williams stories, '' ''the red peril, '' ''$3, '' ''the face behind the mask, '' ''under cover, '' ''say it with lead!, 000 to the good, '' ''the super-devil, '' ''conceited, all from 1923-26 issues of Black Mask: ''Knights of the Open Palm, '' ''The False Clara Burkhart, '' ''Devil Cat, '' ''Half-Breed, Maybe, '' ''I'll Tell the World, '' ''Them That Lives By Their Guns, '' ''South Sea Steel, '' ''Alias Buttercup, '' and ''Blind Alleys.
Three additional, first-person hard-boiled stories by daly which laid the groundwork for the Race Williams are included as well: ''Dolly, early, '' and ''The False Burton Combs, '' as well as editorial pieces by Daly himself on his inspirations, '' ''Paying an Old Debt, writing style, and advice to prospective writers.
Them That Lives By Their Guns: The Collected Hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams Volume 1 #ad - Them that lives by their guns: the collected hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams Volume 1 is the most important release in years on the history of the Hard-Boiled Detective story. Originally appearing in the pages of Black Mask Magazine, author Carroll John Daly pioneered the hard-boiled P. I. And it's prefaced by an all-new, scholarly introduction by Professor Brooks Hefner of James Madison University.
. Apart from the novel-length Race Williams stories, these classic hard-boiled thrillers have rarely been reprinted, if ever.
High Adventure #163Adventure House #ad - 2 by clarence herbert new a mohammedan adventure the missing treaty the Camera-Men Personally Conducted A Short-Sighted Plot The Oriental Menace Man Proposes The Embassy Plot Adventure House 7x10 110 pages. Free lances in Diplomacy Vol.
The Big Book of the Continental OpVintage Crime/Black Lizard #ad - This anthology of continental Op stories is the only complete, one-volume work of its kind. The op is a tough, wry, unglamorous gumshoe who has inspired a following that is both global and enduring. His legendary works have been lauded for almost one hundred years by fans, and his novel The Maltese Falcon was adapted into a classic film starring Humphrey Bogart.
He has been published in periodicals, he has never, in all his ninety-two years, and short story collections, paperback digests, but until now, had the whole of his exploits contained in one book. One of dashiell hammett's most memorable characters, the continental Op made his debut in Black Mask magazine on October 1, 1923, narrating the first of twenty-eight stories and two novels that would change forever the face of detective fiction.
The Big Book of the Continental Op #ad - . Now for the first time ever in one volume, all twenty-eight stories and two serialized novels starring the Continental Op—one of the greatest characters in storied history of detective fiction. Dashiell hammett is the father of modern hard-boiled detective stories. The book features all twenty-eight of the original standalone Continental Op stories, the original serialized versions of Red Harvest and The Dain Curse, and previously unpublished material.
The Complete Cases of Peter Kane The Dime Detective LibraryAltus Press #ad - Written by Hugh B. Cave, kane stumbled through nine gin-soaked yarns published between 1934 and 1942 in the pages of Dime Detective, the prestigious crime pulp second only to the legendary Black Mask in its impact on the genre. Collecting the entire series, along with an all-new introduction by Bob Byrne.
Though now in private practice, Kane had a knack for cracking cases while constantly inebriated. No longer a boston police officer, hard-boiled drunk Peter Kane made the easy transition to work as a P. I.
High Adventure #162Adventure House #ad - High Adventure #162 #ad - Adventure house 7x10 110 pages. Bedford-jones opening an envelope meant for someone else, and finding in it five one-thousand-dollar bills—well, that's one way to begin an adventure. The uranium Pomegranates and other stories by H.
The Complete Cases of Needle Mike, Volume 1 The Dime Detective LibraryAltus Press #ad - Written by William E. A millionaire playboy with a yen for excitement, gold-toothed, young Ken McNally disguises himself as the gray-haired, jaundiced-looking proprietor of a seedy tattoo parlor in the “tenderloin” district of St. His unusual occupation frequently brings him into contact with underworld denizens who, willingly or accidentally, embroil him in criminal activities.
Louis. Barrett, needle mike found himself embroiled in nearly 20 hard-boiled mysteries originally published between 1935 and 1938 in the pages of Dime Detective, the prestigious crime pulp second only to the legendary Black Mask in its impact on the genre.
The Best of Thrilling AdventuresThrilling #ad - Scott morgan "the Sultan of Hell" by Capt. Kerry mcroberts "sublevel sixteen" by Paul Ernst "The Curse of the Shining God" by A. John powers "the lagoon of monsters" by johnston McCulley "World of Doom" by Ray Cummings "The Web of the Green Spider" by Capt. Over 600 pages in length and covering adventure, mystery, science fiction, and Foreign Legion stories.
Scott morgan "guerrilla brand" by Jackson Cole "The Devil Fish" by Capt. Kerry mcroberts "red silver" by Jackson Cole "The Avenger of Lo Chang" by Lieut. Burks. Kerry mcroberts "pyramid of gold" by George Allan Moffatt "The Pearl of Death" by Lieut. Scott morgan "lost Treasures of Eden" by Capt. Scott morgan "Danger Trails" by Capt.
The Best of Thrilling Adventures #ad - Scott morgan "valley of giants" by Jackson Cole "Brother of the Tong" by Lieut. Kerry mcroberts "Orchid of Doom" by Lieut. Plus: get every story of pulp adventure hero Larry Weston: a forgotten series from the pages of Thrilling Adventures. With an introduction by pulp historian Will Murray. The best of thrilling adventures contains the following stories: "Riley of the Bengal Lancers" by Lieut.
Leslie "hell's Oasis" by Arthur J.
The Complete Cases of Ken Carter The Dime Detective LibraryAltus Press #ad - Immediately before picking up the reigns of writing the adventures of the Spider, pulp writer Norvell Page introduced the weird detective mysteries of another, similar adventure character, Ken Carter. Running in the hard-boiled pages of the 1930s detective pulps, Ken Carter battled a myriad of offbeat villains in a series which is clearly a prototype of Page's style of novels he later wrote of the Spider.
Collecting all seven stories, along with their original illustrations.