This is a stretch, since it's one of Dell's digest magazines from the Fifties, but that's such a good group of authors I decided to use it. The three novellas featured on the cover are the entire contents of this issue. I've talked about Les Savage Jr. and Dan Cushman on this blog before. Will C. Brown was the pseudonym of Clarence S. Boyles, Jr., who grew up in Cross Plains, Texas, about the same time as Robert E. Howard. He was a popular Western author for a number of years and was probably the most successful author from Cross Plains at one time in his life, before the REH boom of the Sixties and Seventies. This looks like a fine issue indeed, and I wouldn't hesitate to read it if I came across a copy.
Les Savage Jr. expanded his story from this magazine into the full-length novel RETURN TO WARBOW, shown below.
Herman Melville, the whale, and God's mercy
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