Pulp Fiction, ed. Maxim Jakubowski (Castle Books - 2002)

Pulp Fiction, ed. Maxim Jakubowski (Castle Books – 2002)

Fast action and wild, wild pleasure… The paper may have yellowed and crumbled away but the stories and a thousand thrills still hit the spot. Join the shady operators, voluptuous molls, ruthless bigshots, crooked (and sometimes honest) cops on a … Continue reading

Travis McGee #6: Bright Orange For The Shroud by John D MacDonald

The fragile-looking blonde was like a black widow spider feeding on her mate till he was broke and drained dry, a walking zombie stumbling aboard the celebrated houseboat The Busted Flush. And there lolls Travis McGee, that free-lance knight in … Continue reading

More Good Old Stuff by John D MacDonald (Gold Medal 12765-6 - 1985)

More Good Old Stuff by John D MacDonald (Gold Medal 12765-6 – 1985)

America’s greatest storyteller delivers fourteen more of his terrific early stories from pulp fiction magazines. An anthology of pulp stories from  ranging from 1946 to 1949. Although the editors of this volume’s predecessor, The Good Old Stuff, are acknowledged in … Continue reading

The Good Old Stuff by John D MacDonald (Gold Medal 12563-7 – 1984)

One of our best storytellers serves up thirteen of his early mysteries in a powerful collection. An anthology of John D MacDonald pulp stories, ranging from 1947 to 1952, edited by Martin H Greenberg, Francis M Nevins Jr, Walter & … Continue reading

The New Black Mask #8 (Harvest/HBJ – 1987)

Final issue of The New Black Mask, a quarterly magazine (although it resembles an over-sized paperback more than a mag) containing many top notch contributors, edited by Matthew J Bruccoli & Richard Layman, published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Cover art … Continue reading

Travis McGee #18: The Green Ripper by John D MacDonald (Lippincott - 1979)

Travis McGee #18: The Green Ripper by John D MacDonald (Lippincott – 1979)

18th novel in the Travis McGee series by.1st edition hardcover. McGee infiltrates a terrorist cult, The Church of the Apocrypha, after they murder his lover. Title: The Green Ripper Editor: John D MacDonald Imprint & Number: Lippincott Publication date: 1979 … Continue reading