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Free eBook Pulp Classics: The Thrill Book (Sept. 1, 1919) download ISBN: 1592241980
Author: John Gregory Betancourt
Publisher: Wildside Press (September 7, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 164
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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The Thrill Book is a legendary magazine, one of the holy grails of pulp collecting. Original copies sell for thousands of dollars - if you can find them.

The Thrill Book is a legendary magazine, one of the holy grails of pulp collecting. Running for sixteen issues in 1919, it was a magazine of "strange, bizzare, occult, mysterious tales," but not quite a fantastic-fiction magazine, mixing various types of adventure stories with often outstanding fantasy, horror, and science fiction by Murray Leinster, Seabury Quinn, Francis Stevens

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Had the Great Depression not intervened and killed it after seven issues, the.

Pulp Classics - John Gregory Betancourt. The Thrill Book" is a legendary magazine, one of the holy grails of pulp collecting. Running for sixteen issues in 1919, it was a magazine of "strange, bizzare, occult, mysterious tales," but not quite a fantastic-fiction magazine, mixing various types of adventure stories with often outstanding fantasy, horror, and science fiction by Murray Leinster, Seabury Quinn, Francis Stevens, Perley Moore Sheehan, Tod Robbins, Edward Lucas White, Greye La Spina, and other giants of the pulp era.

The Thrill Book was a . pulp magazine published by Street & Smith in 1919. It was intended to carry "different" stories: this meant stories that were unusual or unclassifiable, which in practice often meant that the stories were fantasy or science fiction. Contributors included Greye La Spina, Charles Fulton Oursler, J. H. Coryell, and Seabury Quinn

Pulp Classics: The Thrill Book (Sept. 1, 1919) by John, Gregory Betancourt (Engl.

Pulp Classics: The Thrill Book (Sept. By John, Gregory Betancourt. The Thrill Book" is a legendary magazine, one of the holy grails of pulp collecting

CONTENTS:The Thrill Book (10¢, 48pp+, quarto)1 · Down The Coast Of Shadows . .

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THE BLOTTER, by John Gregory Betancourt. Welcome to the sixth issue of Adventure Tales-late, as usual. There are plenty of excuses, more than enough to go around, but I’m going to try even harder to get back on schedule. John D. Swain’s The Miracle is a brilliant tale set in France, following the aftermath of World War I German occupation. The Devil’s Heirloom, by Anthony M. Rud is a different story.

Running for sixteen issues in 1919, 'The Thrill Book' was a magazine of 'strange, bizzare, occult, mysterious tales,' but not quite a fantastic-fiction magazine, mixing various types of adventure stories with often outstanding fantasy, horror, and science fiction.