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The Intrusion By Gabriel Hart
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Reaching far beyond the well-trodden and tired "hard-luck on skid row" approach, Los Angeles singer/songwriter Gabriel Hart gives us his drop into the Great American Alcoholic Novel stream... More > and in keeping with the old adage, he writes what he knows best. Exploring the labyrinthine abyss of the alcoholic blackout and it's lightning rod effect on the human condition, Hart makes a curious correlation between blackouts and spirit possession and takes what may start as a hack theory into a disarmingly convincing realm. Blending elements of noir, stream of consciousness, and bildungsroman - as well as the chiding voice of your local nuthouse doctor, the author pays tribute to influences diverse as Henry Miller's free association pastiche to Jim Thompson's unapologetic pulp. His prose often evokes the gothic narrative of Lautremont's Maldoror with his vivid descriptions of various corporeal and perceptual horrors, or at times the disoriented ill-fated meandering of Malcom Lowrey's Under The Volcano.< Less
Slipping Away By Iain Crawford
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Julian Whittle is a high school principal whose career and life has extended past its use by date. His wife, Yolanda is a successful author of teen pulp fiction. Their son, George is a final year... More > high school student and would seem to be the perfect child. George meets Stephanie, a teenage runaway, and takes her home to share his bed. Julian’s career is put on hold when an American interview with Yolanda surfaces and is passed around at school. In the interview Yolanda describes the beginning of her relationship with her husband – she was a student and he a considerably older teacher. His behaviour with Stephanie and others suggests that his fondness for young girls hasn’t abated with age. Stephanie’s father takes her back to an unpleasant home. Soon after she falls from a cliff and the injury puts her into a coma in which she stays, attended conscientiously by George, until she conveniently dies. Three police officers join force to find out what has happened.< Less
Simon Bolivar Grimes, Outlaw By E. Hoffman Price
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He had a coffin-shaped face, his legs were long; and his oversized hands did not know what to do with themselves. A .45 single action Colt was awkwardly strapped to his thigh, and its owner looked as... More > though he must have picked a lucky day for his very recent first shave, otherwise he would have cut his own throat; yet somehow, he did not stumble over the hand-hewn planks as he strode to the bar. “I’m Simon Bolivar Grimes, suh, lookin’ fo’ my uncle’s ranch in Crockett County in the next day or two.” And that is our introduction to Simon Bolivar Grimes, E. Hoffman Price's answer to Robert E. Howard's Breckenridge Elkins. While both Mountain Men were able to get themselves into a whole peck of trouble, Price's Grimes also had the ladies to take care of, in the Spicy manner! This collection of 13 stories include 11 from Spicy Western Stories, and one each from Speed Western Stories and Fighting Western. Each story is fully illustrated with the original pulp magazine's artwork.< Less
Out of Time By Anthony David
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Best described as a comic novel with serious bits, this epic yarn chronicles the extraordinary odyssey of Frank and Alice as they take a trip back in time to rediscover THE SIXTIES, seeking salvation... More > for a rocky marriage in a quest to exorcise lingering demons and find the man our hero once was before success as a pulp novelist turned him into a prat. It is a tale of mayhem and misadventure, of floppy hats and wide shouldered fur coats, of London, Liverpool, Yggos Odlid and stormy hotel rooftops, of lost youth and rediscovered love. But what has Ulysses got to do with it? Was it really President Kennedy who provided the impetus for Man to reach the moon or was it, in truth, the Women's Liberation Movement? Is Billy Sheers really dead or just keeping his head down? And why is this action packed, fun-filled excuse for a purgative wallow in Golden Age nostalgia set in 1980 rather than in some other yesterday or another stupid bloody Tuesday yet to come. There's only one way to find out…< Less
The Intrusion By Gabriel Hart
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Reaching far beyond the well-trodden and tired "hard-luck on skid row" approach, Los Angeles singer/songwriter Gabriel Hart gives us his drop into the Great American Alcoholic Novel stream... More > and in keeping with the old adage, he writes what he knows best. Exploring the labyrinthine abyss of the alcoholic blackout and it's lightning rod effect on the human condition, Hart makes a curious correlation between blackouts and spirit possession and takes what may start as a hack theory into a disarmingly convincing realm. Blending elements of noir, stream of consciousness, and bildungsroman - as well as the chiding voice of your local nuthouse doctor, the author pays tribute to influences diverse as Henry Miller's free association pastiche to Jim Thompson's unapologetic pulp. His prose often evokes the gothic narrative of Lautremont's Maldoror with his vivid descriptions of various corporeal and perceptual horrors, or at times the disoriented ill-fated meandering of Malcom Lowrey's Under The Volcano.< Less
Doan & Carstairs: Volume 2 (Sally’s in the Alley & Oh, Murderer Mine) [A Whisky Priest Book] By Norbert Davis
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“If you must go down those mean streets, walk softly, but walk a big dog... “Perenially broke Doan is a short, chubby little man with corn-yellow hair who doesn’t exactly look like... More > he’s going to set the world on fire. His clothes are frequently rumpled, because he tends to sleep in them, and he’s been known to drink a prodigious amount of alcohol. [And] while there have plenty of dogs in mystery fiction, there’s never been one quite like Carstairs.” — Kevin Burton Smith, The Thrilling Detective Website This volume collects the final two Doan and Carstairs novels: Sally’s in the Alley and Oh, Murderer Mine. Norbert Davis (1909-1949), who also wrote as Harrison Hunt and Cedric Titus, was a rarity in the pulp writing world: a fine writer with a sense of humour. He contributed to Black Mask, Double Detective, Detective Fiction Weekly and Dime Detective, and is best known for his Doan and Carstairs stories.< Less
Out of Time By Anthony David
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Best described as a comic novel with serious bits, this epic yarn chronicles the extraordinary odyssey of Frank and Alice as they take a trip back in time to rediscover THE SIXTIES, seeking salvation... More > for a rocky marriage in a quest to exorcise lingering demons and find the man our hero once was before success as a pulp novelist turned him into a prat. It is a tale of mayhem and misadventure, of floppy hats and wide shouldered fur coats, of London, Liverpool, Yggos Odlid and stormy hotel rooftops, of lost youth and rediscovered love. But what has Ulysses got to do with it? Was it really President Kennedy who provided the impetus for Man to reach the moon or was it, in truth, the Women's Liberation Movement? Is Billy Sheers really dead or just keeping his head down? And why is this action packed, fun-filled excuse for a purgative wallow in Golden Age nostalgia set in 1980 rather than in some other yesterday or another stupid bloody Tuesday yet to come. There's only one way to find out…< Less
Doan & Carstairs: Volume 2 (Sally’s in the Alley & Oh, Murderer Mine) [A Whisky Priest Book] By Norbert Davis
eBook (PDF): $3.50
“If you must go down those mean streets, walk softly, but walk a big dog... “Perenially broke Doan is a short, chubby little man with corn-yellow hair who doesn’t exactly look like... More > he’s going to set the world on fire. His clothes are frequently rumpled, because he tends to sleep in them, and he’s been known to drink a prodigious amount of alcohol. [And] while there have plenty of dogs in mystery fiction, there’s never been one quite like Carstairs.” — Kevin Burton Smith, The Thrilling Detective Website This volume collects the final two Doan and Carstairs novels: Sally’s in the Alley and Oh, Murderer Mine. Norbert Davis (1909-1949), who also wrote as Harrison Hunt and Cedric Titus, was a rarity in the pulp writing world: a fine writer with a sense of humour. He contributed to Black Mask, Double Detective, Detective Fiction Weekly and Dime Detective, and is best known for his Doan and Carstairs stories.< Less
Slipping Away By Iain Crawford
eBook (PDF): $4.00
(1 Ratings)
Julian Whittle is a high school principal whose career and life has extended past its use by date. His wife, Yolanda is a successful author of teen pulp fiction. Their son, George is a final year... More > high school student and would seem to be the perfect child. George meets Stephanie, a teenage runaway, and takes her home to share his bed. Julian’s career is put on hold when an American interview with Yolanda surfaces and is passed around at school. In the interview Yolanda describes the beginning of her relationship with her husband – she was a student and he a considerably older teacher. His behaviour with Stephanie and others suggests that his fondness for young girls hasn’t abated with age. Stephanie’s father takes her back to an unpleasant home. Soon after she falls from a cliff and the injury puts her into a coma in which she stays, attended conscientiously by George, until she conveniently dies. Three police officers join force to find out what has happened.< Less
How to make your own Vitamins & Supplements By Shellie Bell
eBook (PDF): $7.99
Make your own supplements without Magnesium Stearate. Magnesium Stearate destroys t-cells. It's not the good Magnesium. Also, you can avoid Cellulose (wood pulp), Salt, Car wax, Titanium Dioxide... More > (causes allergies) Fillers, Binders,Eexcipients, etc. The book contains over 200 natural recipes of how to make your own natural vitamins; vitamin water; supplements; teas; and decoctions for your blood type (A,B,AB,O). It contains simple step-by-step instructions on how to make capsuled vitamins, vitamin water, supplements,and teas. You will also learn how to purchase and use a capsule making machine, digital scale,and how to insert powders into empty capsules, etc. You can save hundreds of dollars by making your very own vitamins and supplements. Some recipes include: natural remedies for lowering cholesterol, blood pressure, Diabetes help, STD's, natural remedies for HIV/AIDS, Weight loss, make your own Antioxidants, Cleans & Detoxify supplements,etc.< Less

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