The Highwayman's life is such, too many people and too few relationships. These tales from distant roads describe with a pulp flavour the men on the run. They run from the law, from conformity, from... More > daily grind, from love and from themselves. Indulge yourself in a fantastical world of adventure and possibility.
Raymond Hamilton writes fascinating variables of Biker Fiction, shifting from loner to posse riders and from murder to romance. His style is unique, voice murky and words playful. His protagonists battle small goons to organised crime syndicates. The female characters are daring lady-luck and baring their heart. Change of times, change of roads, change of heart – you will go through all as you revel in the raw tales in this collection of short-stories.
Crime is an inevitable truth of modern society. The urban cowboy rides over obstacles to justice, crushing the evil-doers while saving the damsel in distress.< Less
Contains the Lectures of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, and is specially intended to be read and studied by the Brethren of Masonic obedience, in connection with the Rituals of the Degrees.... More > It is hoped and expected that each will furnish himself with a copy, and make himself familiar with it; for which purpose, as the cost of the work consists entirely in the formatting, printing and distribution, it will be furnished at a price as moderate as possible.
Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, or simply Morals and Dogma, is a book of esoteric philosophy published by the Supreme Council, Thirty Third Degree, of the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction of the United States. It was compiled by Albert Pike, was first published in 1872 and was regularly reprinted thereafter until 1969.
"Everyone is entirely free to reject and dissent from whatsoever herein may seem to him to be untrue or unsound. " ~ Albert Pike< Less
“This is K. Randall Ball's riveting story that takes you into the very heart the little-known subculture of the outlaw motorcycle club. As with his other books, Ball draws on a lifetime of... More > uniquely personal experiences, ranging from his past years as an outlaw biker, to his present position as Vice President and Editorial Director of Easyriders magazine's parent company, Paisano Publications. This gripping tale tells the story of Danny Lonsdale, a member of a small Los Angeles club, sentenced to prison for a crime he didn't commit. But he does the time, eagerly anticipating his return to the freedom and brotherhood he knew. A free man, but unaware of the ominous changes taking place within the club, Danny finds himself betrayed in a game whose stakes include membership in the most powerful motorcycle club in the country, as well as a piece of the vast cocaine distribution network the club controls. If you like fast bikes, fast women, and fast action, then fire up your scoot for a ride on the wild side.”< Less
FFJ starts this anthology with back-to-back stories from their most successful and prolific author, Chris Castle. He weaves magic with words. The emotions & sentiments he brings to the fore with... More > his human tales are unmatched so far in FFJ in all its years of existence. So two of his stories start the anthology & then two of his stories end the anthology.
FFJ discovered many new brilliant writers in the past years. Alexandra Burt, Aloysa, Rob Ambrose & Emal Rustemi have brilliant new pulp tales that will make you wonder at the possibilities of fiction and how it can be used to map the human consciousness, endeavours and attitudes. Andrew Bud Adams, Jon-Paul Stracco and Nicholas Coriz give us genre fiction’s best.
Sam S. Kepfield returns with a historical fiction. James Newman returns too. Lot more to name and discover. I will simply state that we have 44 spectacular tales awaiting your pleasure in this book.
Bonus includes interviews with legends Uwe Jarling and Mark SaFranko.< Less