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The Gate of Farewell: The Adventures of John Solomon, Volume 1 (The H. Bedford-Jones Library) By H. Bedford-Jones
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When importer Allen Tredger learned his long-assumed-dead brother may still be alive in Port Said, it triggered the beginning of a high-seas adventure, taking him on a quest though Africa, Turkey,... More > and Mecca, encountering fanatics and secret societies along the way. And just what connection does John Solomon have with Tredger’s quest? And how does the Cockney’s silver ring tie into the mystery? Begin the story of John Solomon, author H. Bedford-Jones' longest-running series character, with this inaugural book in the series.< Less
The Life of Pinky Jenkins, Volume 2 (The H. Bedford-Jones Library) By H. Bedford-Jones
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One of the best series ever published in the pulps was written by the prolific H. Bedford-Jones, author of hundreds of stories totaling an estimated 25 millions words. Thomas Jasper... More > “Pinky” Jenkins, a drunk and corrupt sheriff accompanied by his deputy Parker, shot his way through nearly a score of comedy/Western stories from the 1920s. Volume 2 includes the next two Jenkins stories: "Pinky Jenkins, Sheriff" and "T.J. Jenkins, Diplomat." The Pinky Jenkins series is considered one of his best by Bedford-Jones aficionados.< Less
Swordflame (The H. Bedford-Jones Library) By H. Bedford-Jones
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Early in the eighteenth century, one of the rising young men of New France was Rupert Callan (or, as he was better known by the Iroquois-given name, Swordflame). Irishman, Jacobite, and portionless... More > gentleman, he had at once won the regard of those daring adventurers of the Canadas, the Le Moyne brothers. When Pierre, leader of the brothers and their band of faithful followers—French and Canadian voyageurs and Indian braves—has set out with a French-sent fleet of five ships and a royal commission to drive the Hudson's Bay Company from the waters and give the north country to France. Joining the expedition, Swordflame found himself kidnapped by the most dangerous spy and pirate of the whole north, Daggett. Bringing them into conflict with an English fleet, it would take all of Swordflame's skill to prevail and to rescue another guest of Daggett's: Firenze di Bernardino. Swordfame is one of the earliest novels written by "the King of the Pulps," H. Bedford-Jones, for the pages of The All-Story Magazine.< Less
Drums of Dambala (The H. Bedford-Jones Library) By H. Bedford-Jones
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As Paul O'Donnell stood by the rail of the ship that had brought him to Haiti, the tiny rowboat putting him out from the shore was already carrying the first hints of the danger and tragedy lying in... More > wait for him. Five minutes after landing he was enmeshed in a frightful web of political intrigue, fomented by voodoo fanaticism and unscrupulous ambition, led by the hatred and ferocity of a beautiful and diabolic woman, and roused to bloody action by the throbbing, jungle rhythm of the drums of Dambala, the voodoo Snake-God.< Less

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