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Argosy (Fall 2016) By Frederick Nebel et al.
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The greatest pulp magazine returns with a star-studded installment featuring several of the best authors ever to appear in Argosy, encompassing a wide variety of genres and containing a mixture of... More > stand-alone novelettes. These stories also feature several of Argosy’s series characters such as swashbuckler Denis Burke, high-seas adventurer “Bellow Bill” Williams, soldier of fortune Jimmie Cordie, and rakehellies Cleve & d’Entreville.< Less
The Flying Legion (The Argosy Library) By George Allan England
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The Flying Legion: Thirty reckless, war-tried flyers—a Master stern and grim of purpose—and all the world their helpless toy as they streaked across the heavens to tear the veil from... More > Earth's last mysteries.... Never was there more dangerous venture—never more fabulous quest—than the voyage of the winged New World argonauts, pledged to each other to the end by a mystic bond as old as time itself.... Written by George Allan England and featuring illustrations by acclaimed fantasy artist Lawrence Sterne Stevens from this story's appearance in Fantastic Novels Magazine.< Less
The Exploits of Beau Quicksilver (The Argosy Library) By Florence M. Pettee
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Scourge of the underworld, "that damned dude dick"—Beau Quicksilver was an enigmatical crime-chaser—a mercurial master. A predecessor to Philo Vance, this detective solved seven... More > separate cases in the pages of Argosy magazine, published in consecutive issues. Author Florence M. Pettee's work appeared in several of the top pulp magazines of the 1920s, including Black Mask, and her quirky characters known for their offbeat gimmicks and situations... not to mention her distinctive prose. Often written about—but never reprinted—the exploits of Beau Quicksilver belong in The Argosy Library.< Less
The Moon Men and The Red Hawk: A Comparison of the Argosy All-Story Weekly Magazine Texts versus the A. C. McClurg First Edition Texts By Edgar Rice Burroughs & Jerry L. Schneider
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THE MOON MEN and THE RED HAWK, parts two and three of THE MOON MAID trilogy by Edgar Rice Burroughs, were first published in Argosy All-Story Weekly pulp magazine as serials during 1925. When the... More > three components of the trilogy were combined in 1926 for hardcover book presentation, parts two and three were edited downward in order to fit into the book in a reasonable page count. A total of over 15,000 words were removed. This work compares, side-by-side, the texts to show what was removed and/or changed.< Less
The Moon Men and The Red Hawk: A Comparison of the Argosy All-Story Weekly Magazine Texts versus the A. C. McClurg First Edition Texts By Edgar Rice Burroughs & Jerry L. Schneider
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THE MOON MEN and THE RED HAWK, parts two and three of THE MOON MAID trilogy by Edgar Rice Burroughs, were first published in Argosy All-Story Weekly pulp magazine as serials during 1925. When the... More > three components of the trilogy were combined in 1926 for hardcover book presentation, parts two and three were edited downward in order to fit into the book in a reasonable page count. A total of over 15,000 words were removed. This work compares, side-by-side, the texts to show what was removed and/or changed.< Less
The Vengeance of the Wah Fu Tong: The Complete Cases of Jigger Masters, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library) By Anthony M. Rud
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Though author Anthony M. Rud made his mark as one of the scribes to appear in the first issue of Weird Tales, and soon after, as a long-time editor of the prestigious Adventure Magazine, he never... More > forgot his series character, J.C.K. "Jigger" Masters, whom he introduced in a series of offbeat, bizarre mysteries which sometimes drifted into the realm of the supernatural in the pages of The Green Book magazine. Upon Rud's return to writing in 1933, he reintroduced Jigger Masters to the pages of Munsey's Detective Fiction Weekly, were he quickly became one of DFW's most popular recurring series characters, appearing a dozen times over the next four years. For the first time, Rud's initial eight Masters stories are collected, along with the original illustrations by the incomparable Robert A. Graef.< Less
The Sheriff of Tonto Town: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library) By W.C. Tuttle
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Once voted Adventure magazine's most popular author, W.C. Tuttle introduced the world to one of his longest-running—and most popular—series characters, Henry Harrison Conroy, in the pages... More > of Argosy. Collected here are the next two novels: “The Sheriff of Tonto Town” and “Suspected by Henry.”< Less
The Ruby of Suratan Singh: The Adventures of Scarlet and Bradshaw, Volume 2 (The Argosy Library) By Theodore Roscoe
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Best remembered as the author of Thibaut Corday and his French Foreign Legion yarns, author Theodore Roscoe wrote another, little-known, long-running series: the adventures of curio hunter Peter... More > Scarlet and Bradshaw, the naturalist. While each appeared in solo stories, they also teamed up in several yarns. These tales of treasure in the Orient are action-filled adventure by one of pulpdom’s best. Volume 2 collects the next six adventures, taken from the pages of Action Stories, Far East Adventure Stories, and Argosy magazines.< Less
Buccaneer Blood: The Adventures of Denis Burke By H. Bedford-Jones
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Limited edition hardcover, only 100 made. Fate leads Denis Burke, buccaneer-turned Irish soldier-of-fortune, from the intrigues of the Sun King’s Court to the distant shores of the Caribbean.... More > Dramatic sea battles with crashing broadsides, exciting swordfights with traitorous villains, the hunt for treasure ships and lovely ladies are just some of the ingredients of this classic pulp era swashbuckler series.< Less
Balata By Fred MacIsaac
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Trees of living gold in the Amazon jungles, guarded by alligators, poisoned darts and rival hunters—such was the lodestone that drew an American expedition, and the unwilling Pete... More > Holcomb…. Never before reprinted, it’s one of the best high adventure stories Argosy fan-favorite Fred MacIsaac wrote for the magazine. Volume #7 of The Argosy Library.< Less

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