Sunday, June 14, 2015

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Thrilling Adventures, November 1932

Pirate stories were common in the pulps, and the featured story in this issue of THRILLING ADVENTURES looks like a pretty good one. Jack D'Arcy was really D.L. Champion, creator of The Phantom Detective and author of many pulp detective and adventure yarns. Other authors in this issue are G. Wayman Jones (a Thrilling Group house-name and the byline on the first few Phantom Detective novels, to bring up that character again), Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, Wayne Rogers, Perley Poore Sheehan, and Anthony M. Rud, all well-regarded writers in their day but long forgotten now except by the most devoted pulp fans.

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