Sunday, October 14, 2012

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Argosy, April 10, 1937

1937 was a great year for ARGOSY, and this is a fine issue. I read it several years ago. That cover by V.E. Pyles just screams "1930s adventure fiction". Inside you've got a Foreign Legion yarn by Theodore Roscue featuring Thibaut Corday, part of a serialized mystery novel by Richard Wormser, "Carnival Queen", installments in other serials by George Challis (Frederick Faust) and Eustace L. Adams, and short stories by Foster-Harris, Robert Ormond Case, and others. Great fiction and a great cover. I love ARGOSY, other than the frustration of trying to get all the installments of a serial.

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