Pulp Book Review

Mort Konstler book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Mort Kunstler’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

MORT KUNSTLERThe Godfather of Pulp Fiction IllustratorsEdited by Robert Deis & Wyatt DoyleMensPulpMags.com# new texture131 pgs. After thoroughly enjoying this latest title from Men’s Adventure Magazines (MAMS) historians Robert Deis and Wyatt Doyle, we logged on to Wikipedia to get a more complete history on artist Mort Kunstler and his

Dead Jack Book Review by Ron Fortier

‘Dead Jack and the Pandemonium Device’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

DEAD JACK and the Pandemonium DeviceBy James AquiloneHomunculus House206 pgs Every now and then we are introduced to new writer who proves New Pulp fiction is alive and well. Such a writer is James Aquilone and his first novel is a rollicking trip down weird twisted roads unlike anything we’ve

THE BLACK STILETTO Stars & Stripes Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Black Stiletto – Stars & Stripes’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE BLACK STILETTO Stars & Stripes By Raymond Benson Oceanview Publishing 384 pgs. In this, the third installment of Raymond Benson’s female vigilante saga, Judy Cooper comes to the aid of a Chinese family in New York, gets in involved with the 1960 presidential campaign and ends up saving both

Girl Most Likely Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Girl Most Likely’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

GIRL MOST LIKELY By Max Allan Collins Thomas & Mercer 287 pgs Available April 1st, 2019 Books by one’s favorite writers are always a welcome treat for any reviewer. Whereas we’ve enjoyed Max Allan Collins work over the years, we always do our best to be honest and truthful with

The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS By Robert A. Heinlein A Tom Doherty Associate Book 382 pgs I discovered science fiction while a high school. As it was always intended to do, the genre fired my imagination aided me to looking beyond the every day world I inhabited and explore

Kill The Night Book Reivew of Kill The Night

‘Kill The Night’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

KILL THE NIGHT Self-Published By Terry Mark PO Box 272572 Fort Collins, CO 80527 353 pg Writing a first book is always a tricky challenge. All too often most would-be authors spend months, even years, on a project only to end up with pages of uninspired words. It is all

Unremarkable A Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Unremarkable’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

UNREMARKABLE By Geoff Habiger & Coy Kissee Shadow Dragon Press 205 pages We’ve often said the fun of writing a review blog is discovering new and exciting talent. Case in point this book sent to us by authors Habiger and Kissee, “Unremarkable.” From the book design it is easy enough

Jungle Queens and Space Rangers Review By Ron Fortier

‘Jungle Queens and Space Rangers’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

JUNGLE QUEENS AND SPACE RANGERS The Complete Comic Book Covers Vol 1 Edited and published by Todd Frye Earlier in the year we had the extreme pleasure of reviewing super pulp & comics fan, Todd Frye’s book “Amazing! Astonishing! Weird Tales! Complete Pulp Magazine Covers Vol 2” and we ranted

Beyond Rue Morgue Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Beyond The Rue Morgue’ Book Review By Ron Foriter

BEYOND THE RUE MORGUE Edited by Paul Kane & Charles Prepolec Titan Books 332 pages This is such a marvelous idea for an anthology. Editors Kane and Prepolec open the collection with their short essay on arguably literature’s first true fictional detective; Edgar Allan Poe’s C. August Dupin. Then they

‘Gideon Smith & The Mask of the Ripper’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

GIDEON SMITH & THE MASK OF THE RIPPER By David Barnett Tor Books 379 pages I am by no means a fanatical fan of steampunk, though the little of it I’ve read in the past few years has entertained me a great deal. None more than David Barnett’s series starring

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