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Texas Rangers, April 1951
WE SHAPED THE LAND WITH OUR GUNS
by Louis L’Amour
Get out or die, was the order—but Rye Tyler and his partner stayed!
8000 Words

New Western, April 1947
DEATH SONG OF THE SOMBRERO
by Louis L’Amour
“Never,” Stretch Magoon said, “argue with a red-headed girl named for a burro!”
Not all the magic of Stretch Magoon’s famous .45’s, nor all his adamant determination could make one single impression on that beautiful, maddening god-daughter of mule, named Kelly Jarvis!
4700 Words

The Rio Kid Western, May 1952
THE CACTUS KID PAYS A DEBT
by Louis L’Amour
Drawn into a cutthroat game, he does some plain and fancy dealing on his own account
He tries some fancy dealing in a cutthroat game!
4900 Words

Texas Rangers, March 1947
JACKSON OF HORNTOWN
by Louis L’Amour
as Jim Mayo
Matt Ben was the last of a notorious clan but his only pard was an old pack burro when he had to make his most serious decision!
Matt Ben was the last of a notorious clan, but his only pard was a pack burro.
5700 Words

This edition includes 12+ images between story illustrations, mastheads and pulp covers.

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Popular Western, May 1946
TRAP FOR A BANDIT
by Paul S. Powers
Chuck Spriggs Remains Loyal to a Pard When He Aids an Old Ranny Who Seems to Be Guilty of Stage Robbery!
4100 Words

Texas Rangers, December 1947
BOOTHILL IS MY DESTINATION
by Paul S. Powers
Ranger Harlin Goes Gunning for His Dad’s Killer! 
Ranger Harlan goes on the gun trail in order to avenge the death of his dad
7100 Words

Wild West Weekly, August 30 1941
RIDE ‘IM, HOSS THIEF!
by Paul S. Powers
Who ever heard of a cowpoke stealing a hoss just to prove he wasn’t a hoss thief!
5300 Words

Wild West Weekly, February 14 1931
SHERIFF BRIMSTONE
by Paul S. Powers
Author of “Shootin’ The New Year In,” etc.
When he flared up, sparks flew.
4 Chapters
4500 Words

Western Story, March 1944
SIX-GUN SERENADE
by Paul S. Powers
An eerie whistle was the Box 40 crew’s only clue to the ghastly vengeance that stalked them
5 Chapters
6100 Words

Wild West Weekly, September 13 1930
SIX-GUNS SING AT RAWHIDE
by Paul S. Powers
Author of “The Hombre They Hanged,” etc.
With screechin’ lead comin’ in on the chorus.
6 Chapters
5000 Words

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

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Thrilling Western, August 1947 
5 Western Novels, October 1952 
GOOD LUCK BOOMERANG 
by Ben Frank 
A superstitious badman has a change of luck in the heart of a burning wasteland 
3400 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Texas Rangers, June 1949 
READY AND WAITING 
by Sam Brant 
When bank bandits stalk the range, Sheriff Ben Boyd believes in preparedness! 
2300 Words 

5 Western Novels, October 1952 
OLD SPANISH “HORSE MINE” 
Feature 
by Sam Brant 
How the Californios Caught the Wild Ones 
600 Words 

5 Western Novels, October 1952 
MORNING AFTER 
Verse 
by Pecos Pete 
40 Words 

This edition includes 12 images between story/feature illustrations, mastheads and pulp covers.

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Black Book Detective, February 1948 
DEATH ENDS THE YEAR 
by Johnston McCulley 
For Detective Lieutenant Larry Ogden it was D-Day and H-Hour - with D for Danger and H for Homicide! 
5400 Words 

Detective Story Magazine, June 1 1920 
THUBWAY THAM’S THENTH OF HONOR 
by Johnston McCulley 
Author of “Flaming Hate,” etc. 
5300 Words 

Detective Story Magazine, February 12 1921 
THUBWAY THAM GETTH BAIL 
by Johnston McCulley 
Author of “Pores,” etc. 
4500 Words 

Black Book Detective, September 1948 
THUBWAY THAM’S DEED OF MERCY 
by Johnston McCulley 
A famous character returns in this, the first of a new series! 
4800 Words 

Black Book Detective, May 1949 
THUBWAY THAM’S RAFFLE TICKET 
by Johnston McCulley 
The little dip has his day when the law allows him to collect a lot of lettuce on a winning number! 
4500 Words 

This edition includes 8 images between story illustrations and pulp covers. It also includes a GALLERY of 10 pulp covers from issues featuring Zorro stories by Johnston McCulley.

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Blue Book, January 1924 
The Plymouth Express Affair 
by Agatha Christie 
“The little gray cells,” so often referred to by the great detective Hercule Poirot, certainly get in their fine-work in this intriguing mystery story by an exceptionally talented writer. 
The noted detective, Hercule Poirot, solves one of his most interesting and difficult cases in characteristically astute fashion. 
(Later expanded and rewritten as The Mystery of the Blue Train) 
4800 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Collier’s, November 6 1926 
THE BRIDAL LETTER 
by John B. Kennedy 
Illustrated by Henry Davis 
A tale of Irish pride and high courage 
1300 Words 

10-Story Detective, November 1946 
PUT A LID ON LORA 
by Dave Grinnell 
Lora’s nasty little habit of telephone eavesdropping was bound to get her into a mess of trouble. But just how much she never suspected until Death came to cross her wires. 
2000 Words 

Ten Detective Aces, February 1941 
THE PHANTOM WITNESS 
by Clark Frost 
D. A. Mathew Sturgeon was all primed to step into the governor’s shoes. But Fate suddenly made him prosecute for murder the only witness to his own gun-laden youth. 
1700 Words 

This edition includes 10 images between story illustrations, mastheads and pulp magazine covers. It also includes a GALLERY of 6 cartoons and ads from Nov 6 1926 issue of Collier’s.

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Collier’s, February 11 1933 
THE NESTER’S GIRL 
by Alan LeMay 
Illustrated by Matt Clark 
A romance of the modern West. It seems that places still exist where there is scope for dangerous men and resolute women 
A battle for desert water—and for love. 
5600 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Collier’s, August 1 1931 
A HORSE FOR SALE 
by Alan LeMay 
Illustrated by John Gannam 
A Short Short Story complete on this page 
1200 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western, January 1954 
THE CACTUS 
Verse 
by The Sage Of Sapello 
100 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western, January 1954 
ROAD RUNNER 
Pictorial Feature 
by Earl Sherwan 
220 Words 

Zane Grey’s Western, April 1953 
TEXAS TRAIL HERDS 
Pictorial Feature 
by Randy Steffen 
570 Words 

This edition includes 15+ images between story/feature illustrations, mastheads, and pulp/magazine covers. It also includes a GALLERY of 10 cartoons from the 2 issues of Collier’s including a Flit Bug Spray ad by DR. SEUSS.

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Ten Detective Aces, March 1949 
THE FOURTH CORPSE 
by Norman A. Daniels 
Three names had been crossed off that crimson-smeared memo. And now a fourth man was about to die. But just when reporter Ted Sullivan neared the mystery solution, he discovered a new name on the death list…His own! 
Chapter 1: Cross Off The Dead 
Chapter 2: Vanishing Lady 
Chapter 3: Death At Her Heels 
Chapter 4: Murder Man 
10,000 Words 

10-Story Detective, July 1943 
DEAD MEN’S MUSIC 
by Norman A. Daniels 
There were tons of ore that the government needed in the mine—but a legend kept it idle. And Steve Banning had come to a death grip with a ghostly horde before he could start it working. 
5100 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Thrilling Detective, February 1951 
TROUBLE BACKSTAGE 
by John L. Benton 
Everything was make-believe—except the corpse! 
2700 Words 

Ten Detective Aces, October 1943 
A NOSE FOR CRIME 
by John Michel 
When he could see no visible clue to that international murder, Scotland Yard’s Harringay was not left in the dark. He simply borrowed … 
2200 Words 

Ten Detective Aces, January 1946 
LETTER FROM LIMBO 
by Berna Morris 
Though the letter of the law is strict, Inspector Lamm’s duty as a man May force him to pay extra-legal attention to a … 
1200 Words 

This edition includes 10+ images between story illustrations and pulp covers.

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Thrilling Western, October 1949 
HANG THAT SCARFACED KID 
by Robert J Hogan 
Trying to square himself, Rod Yancey rounds up a couple of land hogs 
Rod Yancey was only trying to square himself—but he rounded up or pair of thieving landhogs in the process! 
6400 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Exciting Western, September 1949 
SIXGUNS TO BOWIE 
by Robert J. Hogan 
On the Dodge, Young Wes Kane Plays Destiny’s Cards! 
6700 Words 

Popular Western, November 1938 
Popular Western, June 1951 
ARREST 
by Oscar J Friend 
Justice turns the tables at the Vanishing Dollar Saloon! 
Justice turns the tables at Tonto Town’s Vanishing Dollar Saloon 
1000 Words 

Popular Western, June 1951 
THE LIARS’ CLUB 
A New Feature 
Can you top these Tall Tales from the West? How about trying? 
480 Words 

Popular Western, June 1951 
SALT AND THE MIDAS TOUCH 
True Story Feature 
by Bob Young 
Those crooked California mine owners were tricky—even tricky enough to flim-flam the fabulous “Lucky” Baldwin 
Those crooked California mine-owners were a tricky, wily lot 
1100 Words 

This edition includes 12+ images between story/feature illustrations, mastheads, in-house ads and pulp covers.

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Collier’s, February 11 1933
THE NESTER’S GIRL
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Matt Clark
A romance of the modern West. It seems that places still exist where there is scope for dangerous men and resolute women
A battle for desert water—and for love. 
5600 Words

Collier’s, April 26 1930
THE BATTLE OF GUNSMOKE LODE
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Henry Davis
The story of a little Western fracas that was nobody’s business but the winner’s
THE BATTLE OF GUNSMOKE LODE: The story of a stubborn man.
4180 Words

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

Collier’s, June 27 1931
MULES
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Harold Von Schmidt
A drama of the open spaces, with Twenty-Mule Bill, capably assisted by a company of leatherheads, swivel-ears, harness canaries and heavy-gauge jack rabbits
Mules: Or, as some say, heavy-gauge jack rabbits.
2000 Words

Collier’s, May 14 1932
BRONC FIGHTER’S GIRL
by Alan LeMay
Illustrated by Herbert Morton Stoops
There are times when it takes more courage to quit than to carry on. But who’d expect a girl to think of that?
A romance of the rodeos.
5600 Words

Western Story Magazine, September 20 1924
NEEDIN’ HELP BAD
by Alan LeMay
1000 Words

This edition has 20+ images between story illustrations, mastheads and magazine covers.

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PERIL PRESS presents: 

Collier’s, May 14 1932 
BRONC FIGHTER’S GIRL 
by Alan LeMay 
Illustrated by Herbert Morton Stoops 
There are times when it takes more courage to quit than to carry on. But who’d expect a girl to think of that? 
A romance of the rodeos. 
5600 Words 

PLUS BONUS!!! 

Western Story Magazine, September 20 1924 
NEEDIN’ HELP BAD 
by Alan LeMay 
1000 Words 

Western Story Magazine, September 20 1924 
OLDEST RUINS IN AMERICA 
Feature 
270 Words 

Western Story Magazine, September 20 1924 
INDIANS CLAIM TRAINING PRIVILEGE 
Feature 
240 Words 

Western Story Magazine, September 20 1924 
THE MAIL TRAIL 
Verse 
by James Edward Hungerford 
200 Words 

This edition includes 10 images between story illustrations, mastheads, and pulp magazine covers. It also includes a GALLERY of 10 cartoons and ads from the May 14th 1932 issue of Collier’s.

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