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Nick Carter, Detective By a celebrated author
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Nick Carter, Detective, appeared in hundreds of stories in the late 1800's and early 1900's in dime novels. From the pages of Nick Carter Detective Library No. 1 for August 1891 and from New Nick... More > Carter Weekly No. 563 for October 12, 1907, come these two stories: "The Solution of a Remarkable Case" and "The Great Spy System or Nick Carter's Promise to the President".< Less
Nick Carter, Detective By a celebrated author
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Nick Carter, Detective, appeared in hundreds of stories in the late 1800's and early 1900's in dime novels. From the pages of Nick Carter Detective Library No. 1 for August 1891 and from New Nick... More > Carter Weekly No. 563 for October 12, 1907, come these two stories: "The Solution of a Remarkable Case" and "The Great Spy System or Nick Carter's Promise to the President".< Less
Pulp in de lage landen By Rimmer Sterk
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Name Your Poison: A Max Mitchum Mystery By Lucas Stensland
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Inspired by vintage dime novels, Name Your Poison revises genre conventions to plant evidence at the scene of the crime: Modern American life. Seen through the drunken eyes of Max Mitchum, private... More > detective, the book assembles a crass menagerie of losers, users, and abusers–topped off with a little Dewar’s. Investigating the alleged suicide of Angelina, the college-age daughter of the mysterious and sensual Cynthia Clarksdale, Mitchum gets distracted by whisky, Cynthia’s lips, Goth culture, lesbians, Star Trek fandom, a woman who smells like gasoline, whisky, a telemarketing box-salesman, quilting techniques, a guy named Johnny Pickles, expensive chocolate and whisky. More likely to stumble across a pool of vomit than a pool of blood, Max Mitchum is a long way from the archetypal P.I., and Name Your Poison is a far cry from high art. In fact, it’s so far from highbrow, let’s call it a total dive.< Less
Name Your Poison: A Max Mitchum Mystery By Lucas Stensland
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Inspired by vintage dime novels, Name Your Poison revises genre conventions to plant evidence at the scene of the crime: Modern American life. Seen through the drunken eyes of Max Mitchum, private... More > detective, the book assembles a crass menagerie of losers, users, and abusers–topped off with a little Dewar’s. Investigating the alleged suicide of Angelina, the college-age daughter of the mysterious and sensual Cynthia Clarksdale, Mitchum gets distracted by whisky, Cynthia’s lips, Goth culture, lesbians, Star Trek fandom, a woman who smells like gasoline, whisky, a telemarketing box-salesman, quilting techniques, a guy named Johnny Pickles, expensive chocolate and whisky. More likely to stumble across a pool of vomit than a pool of blood, Max Mitchum is a long way from the archetypal P.I., and Name Your Poison is a far cry from high art. In fact, it’s so far from highbrow, let’s call it a total dive.< Less
Nick Carter Remembered By Pidde Andersson
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A pictorial history of legendary dime novel hero Nick Carter, master detective. Here's a collection of full color magazine covers, from the beginnings in the 19th century up to the pulp fiction days.... More > Includes an introduction telling the history of the character.< Less
5 shots By Jemir Johnson
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Jay Nova is a Private eye. That’s what the business cards say. More than that, she’s the right person to call at the wrong time. Armed with a tough demeanor and hidden mind reading... More > abilities she goes where others won’t to do what they can’t … if the money's right. But when jobs get nastier and clients with things to hide have cause to want her dead, she’ll need more than her semi-automatic and good aim to make it through. 5 Shots - crime drama in the dime pulp tradition - shows a place where violence isn’t the best answer … just the only one. < Less
Muncy Station Review By John Rymell, L Rook, K Lenhart
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The Muncy Station Review (MSR) anthology is a salute to era of pulp fiction magazines. These escapist publications, originally published on cheap pulp paper in the years between the twenties to the... More > fifty’s, were found at most corner newsstands for a dime. Usually the magazine contained a short novel or serialized story, and two or three shorter works, covering a variety of adventure, horror, science fiction, mystery, detectives, and westerns.< Less
Muncy Station Review By John Rymell, L Rook, K Lenhart
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The Muncy Station Review (MSR) anthology is a salute to era of pulp fiction magazines. These escapist publications, originally published on cheap pulp paper in the years between the twenties to the... More > fifty’s, were found at most corner newsstands for a dime. Usually the magazine contained a short novel or serialized story, and two or three shorter works, covering a variety of adventure, horror, science fiction, mystery, detectives, and westerns.< Less
The Singular Affair of the Missing Ball - A Sherlock Whippet Mystery By John Semper Jr.
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“The Singular Affair of the Missing Ball” is the first adventure of a new, full color picture-book series featuring the world-famous canine detective, Sherlock Whippet. In this humorous... More > tale, Sherlock Whippet is called to action by a hound who has lost his ball while playing a game of “fetch.” The consulting detective quickly embarks upon solving the puzzling mystery with the aid of his companion and biographer, Dr. Dogson. Together, they follow the clues which lead them to one inescapable fact: the ball’s disappearance must be the nefarious scheme of the evil Professor Murray R. Catty, the notorious cat burglar of London! Created by Emmy-nominated TV writer-producer John Semper Jr. (“Spider-Man: The Animated Series,” “Jay Jay the Jet Plane" and “Jim Henson’s Fraggle Rock”), this humorous parody of Victorian “penny-dreadful” dime novels is a treat for children of all ages as well as for adults who enjoy mysteries, Sherlock Holmes, dogs, cats, whippets and seriously absurd humor.< Less

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