Pulp Fiction

Captain Moxley book review by Ron Foriter

‘Captain Moxley and the Embers of the Empire’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

CAPTAIN MOXLEY and the Embers of the EmpireBy Dan HanksAngry Robot375 pgs One look at artist Daniel Strange’s collage cover and you would expect to read a rollicking, over-the-top action-packed pulp adventure. Sadly, often times as the old saw tells us, you can’t judge a book by its cover. In

Barnstormers Book One Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Barnstormers Book One’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

BARNSTORMERS  Book OneThe Adventures of Kiki and BridgetBy Matthew BieniekAvailable at Amazon262 pages We are always delighted with New Pulp writers like Matthew Bieniek self-publish. The opportunities available to creators today are wonderful. This new series follows the flying adventures of two college chums, Kristina “Kiki” Hansen and Bridget Doyle

Becky Share Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Eldritch New Adventures of Becky Sharp’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE ELDRITCH NEW ADVENTURES OF BECKY SHARPNew Expanded EditionBy Micah S. HarrisMinor Proft Press181 pgs What follows is our review of the first edition released in 2008. All we’d add to it is the expanded edition has more wonderful artwork and a cleaner overall design. Still a great book.  One

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 Writers Guide To Pulp Fiction Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Beginner’s Guide to Pulp Fiction’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO PULP FICTION:The Heroes, TheVillains and the Writers.By Jonathan W. SweetBrick Pickle Media138 pgs. We really appreciate little introductory books like this one written by award winning journalist and editor Jonathan W. Sweet. It offers a very clear cut explanation of what pulp fiction is and its

Swift Vengence Book Rview By Ron Fortier

‘Swift Vengeance’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

SWIFT VENGEANCE By T. Jefferson Parker Putnam Books 353 pgs Lindsay Rakes is a former drone operator for the U.S. Air Force. In the end, her work of dropping missiles on enemy targets a world away becomes too much for her own conscience. The post guilt eventually ruins her marriage,

CUBA : Sugar, Sex, and Scandal Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘CUBA: Sugar, Sex and Scandal’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

CUBA : Sugar, Sex, and Scandal Edited by Robert Deis & Wyatt Doyle # new texture 159 pages Once again Bob Deis & Wyatt Doyle have released a new anthology from their series; “The Men’s Adventure Library Journal” titles. As ever, they’ve dug into their amazing collection of vintage Men’s

Beware the Horned Monsters Review By Ron Fortier

‘Mystery of the Horned Monster’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

MYSTERY OF THE HORNED MONSTER A Hollywood Cowboy Detectives Mystery By Darryle Purcell A Buckskins Edition Western If you are a devoted movie buff who knows William Pratt was Boris Karloff’s real name and Bela Lugois was originally Bela Blasko then you most likely will know in which Republic Serial

Archie In the Crosshairs Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘Archie In The Crosshairs’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

ARCHIE IN THE CROSSHAIRS A Nero Wolfe Mystery By Robert Goldsborough A Mysterious Press Original 215 pgs Back in 1986 writer Robert Goldsborough took on the task of writing new Nero Wolfe mysteries based on the characters created by the late Rex Stout. Obviously these new pastiches were met with

The Adventure of the Incognita Countess Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Adventure of the Incognito Countess’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE ADVENTURE OF THE INCOGNITO COUNTESS By Cynthia Ward Aqueduct Press 110 pgs Lucy Harker is the daughter of Count Dracula and Mina Harker, a fact known only to a handful of people. Growing up half-vampire, she is trained to become a spy for the British government and is directed

The Guns Above Book Review By Ron Fortier

‘The Guns Above’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE GUNS ABOVE By Robyn Bennis Tor Books 351 pages We love this book! The reasons for this overwhelming reaction are many and we’ll happily elaborate for your edification. Years ago, while still in high school, we discovered the works of British writer C.S. Forster and his clever navel hero,

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