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Blood Feud [Illustrated]

PERIL PRESS presents: 

Real Western, June 1956 
BLOOD FEUD 
by Gordon D. Shirreffs 
“Until Steve was killed, and the ranch house burned, this was just a case of both families throwing their weight around like bulls,” Miles Muir told his crippled brother. But now the showdown had come, and Miles could no longer stay out of it… 
Miles Muir wanted no part of this vendetta—but the time came when … 
7100 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Thrilling Western, April 1939 
GUN FOR GUN 
by Allan K. Echols 
Author of “Sheriff’s Blood,” “The Last of the Gun Breed,” etc. 
Smokepoles Flame in a Tangle of Treachery When Bill Edge Takes the Trail! 
Smokepoles Flame in a Tangle of Treachery 
2300 Words 

Thrilling Western, April 1939 
SUDDEN SHERIFF 
by Tex Mumford 
Author of “Ridin’ Herd,” “The Segundo’s Choice,” etc. 
A Short Short Story Complete On This Page 
A Short Short Story Complete On One Page 
550 Words 

Western Story, July 2 1927 
OL’ MEXICO 
verse 
by James Edward Hungerford 
225 Words 

Western Story, July 2 1927 
CALIFORNIA’S HIGH-GRADING LAW 
Feature 
300 Words 

Western Story, July 2 1927 
TO PRESERVE OLD FORT WALLACE 
Feature 
160 Words 

This edition includes 15 images between story/feature illustrations, in-house ads, mastheads and pulp covers.

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Saddle Bum [Illustrated]

PERIL PRESS presents:

Collier’s, August 22 1931
SADDLE BUM
By Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Matt Clark
A Western romance—with the spice of mystery that makes a good story irresistible
SADDLE BUM: Sheep feud in the cattle country.
5200 Words

PLUS BONUS!!!

Collier’s, November 8 1930
HORSE LAUGH
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Paul Brown
A Short Short Story complete on this page
Page 26—The Short Short Story — HORSE LAUGH: By Alan LeMay.
1300 Words

Western Story Magazine, July 2 1927
FAMOUS GUNFIGHTS OF THE WEST
TOM CHERYHOLMES DIES GAME
by Donovan Weldon
Author of “John McMurtree Gets An Outlaw Gang,” etc.
1300 Words

Western Story Magazine, July 2 1927
ALASKAN INDIANS HELP AVIATOR
Feature
200 Words

Western Story Magazine, July 2 1927
CLIFF OF GOLD SECRET KEPT TWENTY-THREE YEARS
Feature
420 Words

Western Story Magazine, July 2 1927
A CALIFORNIA PIONEER
Feature
380 Words

This edition includes 10+images between story/feature illustrations, mastheads and pulp magazine covers, plus a GALLERY of 10 cartoons from the 2 issues of Collier’s including a DR. SEUSS Flit bug spray ad.

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Long Night [Illustrated]

PERIL PRESS presents: 

Zane Grey’s Western, May 1953 
LONG NIGHT 
by Elmore Leonard 
Dove Boland needed money—but he needed even more to learn that you don‘t get something for nothing. 
4600 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Western Story, April 17 1943 
DESERT JUDGMENT 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
Joel Withers’ client needed a lawyer’s advice and he was willing to pay for it with lead if necessary. 
1400 Words 

Thrilling Western, May 1945 
BOOT HILL BACKFIRE 
by Gunnison Steele 
Old storekeeper Limpy Horne turns matchmaker when small town justice demands a six-gun showdown between gunman and rancher! 
Small town justice demands a showdown between gunman and rancher 
2600 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western, May 1953 
ONE-MAN GOVERNMENT 
Feature 
by Old Hutch 
150 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western, January 1954 
INFORMATION PLEASE 
Feature 
by W. C. Tuttle 
240 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western, October 1952 
THE ROUGH REQUIREMENTS 
Verse 
by S. Omar Barker 
240 Words 

This edition includes 15+ images between story/feature illustrations, in-house ads, mastheads, a cartoon and pulp covers.

PERIL PRESS presents:

Zane Grey’s Western, May 1953
LONG NIGHT
by Elmore Leonard
Dove Boland needed money—but he needed even more to learn that you don‘t get something for nothing.
4600 Words

PLUS BONUS!!!

Western Story, April 17 1943
DESERT JUDGMENT
by Hapsburg Liebe
Joel Withers’ client needed a lawyer’s advice and he was willing to pay for it with lead if necessary.
1400 Words

Thrilling Western, May 1945
BOOT HILL BACKFIRE
by Gunnison Steele
Old storekeeper Limpy Horne turns matchmaker when small town justice demands a six-gun showdown between gunman and rancher!
Small town justice demands a showdown between gunman and rancher
2600 Words

Zane Grey’s Western, May 1953
ONE-MAN GOVERNMENT
Feature
by Old Hutch
150 Words

Zane Grey’s Western, January 1954
INFORMATION PLEASE
Feature
by W. C. Tuttle
240 Words

Zane Grey’s Western, October 1952
THE ROUGH REQUIREMENTS
Verse
by S. Omar Barker
240 Words

This edition includes 15+ images between story/feature illustrations, in-house ads, mastheads, a cartoon and pulp covers.

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Canyon River Avalanche - 4 Western Tales! [Illustrated]

PERIL PRESS presents: 

West, July 22nd 1931 
THE AVALANCHE MAKER 
by W. Ryerson Johnson 
He’s a little guy, but man alive, he throws a whole mountain at a murdering thief! 
5100 Words 

Western Story Magazine, May 14 1932 
RIVER ROUND-UP 
by W. Ryerson Johnson 
4700 Words 

Cowboy Stories, August 1935 
KILLER CANYON 
by W. Ryerson Johnson 
He jerked out his six-gun, leveled down and shot off the snake’s head 
4900 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Western Outlaws, February 1930 
THE RED DEVIL FROM BLUE WELLS 
by J. R. Johnston 
Three shadows crept along the side of the jail-house! A cloud of black dust swept down from the barn! A troop of hell-dancin’ coyotes flashed into the square! And the Red Devil cut loose. 
Chapter 1: The Red Star Of Justice 
Chapter 2: The Citizens’ Buckboard 
Chapter 3: Carter Leads His Trumps 
Chapter 4: The Trap Busts Open 
6000 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western, August 1950 
SAVVY COYOTE? 
A Western Quiz 
by S. Omar Barker 
230 Words 

This edition includes 10+ images between story/feature illustrations, pulp covers and a masthead.

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Texas Vengeance - 10 Western Short Stories! [Illustrated]

PERIL PRESS presents: 

Short Stories, August 10 1946 
THE THIRD PALE STRANGER 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
If the First Pale Strangers Actually Were Cattlemen, Thought the Young Sheriff, He Was a Jackrabbit’s Uncle 
4000 Words 

Short Stories, February 10 1945 
VENGEANCE IN A BOTTLE 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
Author of “Big Hoss and Little Hoss,” etc. 
Dingdong Bell Had a Reputation for Tellin’ the Truth, Even When He Was on the Owlhoot 
1700 Words 

Short Stories, September 10 1943 
STRAYS 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
… . And Boot Hill Was Still Sacred Ground 
1600 Words 

Short Stories, February 10 1949 
STICKUP AT STAFFORD’S 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
A Long Hate Is Hard To Contend With 
3600 Words 

Short Stories, March 25 1946 
THE SAGA OF CALICO BILL 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
A Skeleton, a Watch and a Gun—That’s All Jim Could Find of His “Wayward Old Pet Uncle!” 
2300 Words 

Short Stories, September 25 1948 
MAN OF THE ABYSS 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
So Tombstone Hole Would Soon Be Out Of Reading Matter 
1700 Words 

Short Stories, June 1949 
BROTHER BLACK SHEEP 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
Something in Being Shot at by a Lady—Always the Chance That It Might Lead to Something Better 
3800 Words 

Short Stories, May 25 1947 
ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN TEXAS 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
"Not a Trailer … Fact Is, I Hate Cow Thieves, So I Don’t Trail ‘Em" 
5100 Words 

Short Stories, July 25 1944 
DANGEROUS GROUND 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
….. a Lot of Folks Have Died Because They Knew Too Much 
3400 Words 

Short Stories, January 25 1944 
HIYU TIME AT HOGAN’S 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
Author of “Golden Saddle,” etc. 
Who Was Lin Brennan to Turn Down Ranch Hospitaility? 
1300 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Zane Grey’s Western, October 1953 
REMINGTON NEW MODEL 1374 ARMY REVOLVER 
Pictorial Feature 
by Randy Steffen 
200 Words 

This edition includes 20+ images between illustrations and pulp covers.

Able Cain Strikes Back [Illustrated]

PERIL PRESS presents: 

Real Western Stories, August 1953 
ABLE CAIN STRIKES BACK 
by A. A. Baker 
Judge Cain objected to the illegal maneuvers by his fellow townspeople—reversing a verdict of murder against a man because he knew of a rich strike. But all His Honor could do against overwhelming numbers was to fly kites! 
Judge Cain found himself over-ruled when a gold-strike turned up. 
4700 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Two-Gun Western Novels, Oct 1942 
SUBSTITUTE FOR SIX-GUN MAGIC 
by Hapsburg Liebe 
Author of “Gun-Crazy Kid,” etc. 
He was a skinny button. The range outfit he wore was all new and very cheap. His horse was bony, his saddle worthless. He did carry a light gun, though—a Colt double-action .32 special… 
1600 Words 

Thrilling Western, May 1945 
NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN 
by Bud Wilks 
Tom March and Ike Tolson get a new slant on an old feud 
2200 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western Magazine, August 1950 
COLT’S LIGHTNING DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER 
Pictorial Feature 
by Randy Steffen 
200 Words 

Ranch Romances, April 20 1956 
SPOUSE GROUSE 
Verse 
by S. Omar Barker 
50 Words 

This edition includes 15 images between story/feature illustrations, in-house ads, mastheads and pulp covers.

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