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Black Mask Pulp Story Reader: #3 Stories from the December, 1950 Issue of Fifteen Western Tales
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出版社:iPulpFiction.com
作者: Deutsch, Keith Alan
出版时间:2015年02月07日
10位国际标准书号:069238412X
13位国际标准书号(ISBN13):9780692384121
页数字数:184 页
所属类别:简装书
重量:254 克
英文书格式: 纸质版或者PDF电子版(用Acrobat Reader打开)
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Black Mask Pulp Story Reader: #3 Stories from the December, 1950 Issue of Fifteen Western Tales
英文书摘要
Nine thrilling tales of yesteryear from the December, 1959 issue of FIFTEEN WESTERN TALES magazine Presented by Black Magazine www.BlackMaskMagazine.com] and iPulpFiction www.iPulpFiction.com] FIFTEEN WESTERN TALES was a late invention by Popular Publications editors. It first appeared in 1941, twenty years after the early western pulps started to emerge. It was published every other month until 1946 when it went monthly. That means that it had a slow time picking up a strong audience during World War II. By 1946, however, FIFTEEN WESTERN TALES started to hit its stride, and it appeared monthly on a regular basis until 1951 when most of the pulps were dead or dying. Unlike most pulp genres, especially the detective pulps which died out by 1953 or so, Westerns, especially romance westerns, survived into the 1950s and longer. TIN STAR by George C. Appell With hell at his back he rode his last law-hungry trail-the killer sheriff of Tom Daw County whose own posse answered the challenge of his flaming sixes: "Ride with me-and die " DIAMONDBACK by Kenneth L. Sinclair "Stick a badge on a skunk, Kid, and he's a lawdog for all the smell... That's somethin' you wanta learn-if you don't hanker to grow up in boothill " KILLER'S REST by George Kilrain "Welcome to Eagle Rest, killer. The three R's we teach are runnin', rutin' an' a rope-and if you pass the course, why, school lets out to watch you die " BULLET BRAG by W. P. Brothers "I've never lost a man," Jim Fleming boasted-and backed his brag with lightning sixes even when the man he hunted was-himself WAY OF THE GUNBORN by T. C McClary They still called him the Lobo Kid, and he still had a lobo's pride that brought him-snarling and hated-back to one last kill BEYOND BOOTHILL by Philip Ketchum Chuck Martin hated Frank Holt almost as much as he hated killing him-till he found in that flame-torn night that his sixes had bought Frank a life- DEVIL'S DRIVE by C. William Harrison "You ain't gonna cheat us out of our chance to make you a hero, mister-not if we have to kill you first " TRIGGER TIME by Kenneth Fowler "Shoot, crawl or die, mister, you still won't sell your life cheap- for this killing is paid for-in twenty years of hell " GUNS OF DISHONOR by William Heuman Some men lose their lives when the guns begin to roar-while others find their souls

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