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Approximately 53,000 words.
When Killingsworth finds herself with a bloodstream full of lethal poison and only hours to live she goes to the only friend she has--a woman she once set up to take the fall for a series of assassinations.
With a cadre of angry hit men on their tail, she blazes a trail of bullet-riddled corpses in a desperate gambit to procure an antidote before her time runs out.
In the shadowed corners of the promised land, battling man and fiends which were never meant to stride the mortal coil, now is the condemnation of Crow.
There are times when it becomes clear that a different sort of detective is needed; one who understands or at least accepts that threats are not always human or even physical and that solving the case will take more than a sharp eye. This is the domain of the Occult Detective.
Literary history is rich with great Occult Detectives and A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquests seeks to honor and add to them as many of today's most talented Occult Detective authors offer their original tales. Steeped in tradition but with a modern edge, the first of two volumes presents 22 tales of monsters, magic and mystery investigated by those that book their trade by it.
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Each has their own agenda, and when their paths cross, cries of betrayal and the clash of sword blades ring through the dim, twisting alleys.
You may find it safer to eschew the holiday tradition of the Christmas tree, for at least two stories in the coming pages warn of coniferous killers of the most sinister variety.
Just when you’re getting comfortable with the idea of deadly flora, Josh Reynolds and Joel Jenkins turn things topsy turvy by swapping characters. Jenkins tries his hand at a tale of the British Royal Occultist, Charles St. Cyprian and his intrepid and sometimes bloodthirsty apprentice Ebe Gallowglass—both characters created by Reynolds.
Not to be outdone, Josh Reynolds borrows Jenkins' Native American gunfighter, Lone Crow, and teams him up with St. Cyprian and Gallowglass as they hunt down a wendigo in the Canadian wilds.
You’ll also find masterful and unnerving Christmas tales by Robert Mancebo and Thomas Deja. Then Derrick Ferguson treats us to a full-blown novella, in which the global instigator, known only as Dillon, takes on the evil entity called the Krampus--drawn from one of the most malign Christmas legends ever recited to frightened, shivering children.
Dead Beat in Khusra: When Sly Gantlet decides to mix business with pleasure and takes the charming and drop dead gorgeous Princess Sathyra on a solo tour to Khusra, he finds himself the target of Sathyra’s jealous ex-flame, Dillon!
Dead Beat in the Gobi Desert: Dillon and Sly steal a biological weapon from a Russian military base, shortly before being shot down in the Gobi Desert. Soon they find themselves caught between a mysterious woman, a howling blizzard, Russian special forces, and a group of marauding cannibals!
The Specialists: Enlisted by the American Intelligence Machine, Sly and Dillon and a motley crew of coerced killers must stop delivery of a special bomb designed to wipe out America’s electrical grid and bring about massive starvation. Up to their necks in blood and bullets, they find all paths blocked, and begin to suspect they were never meant to return from their mission alive.
Publisher – Airship 27 Productions
Editor – Ron Fortier
Assistant Editors – Todd Jones – Jaime Ramos
Art Director – Rob Davis
Cover Painter – Douglas Klauba
Collected within these two covers are sixty fantastic stories of action, adventure, mystery, horror, fantasy and suspense. It is a treasure chest of the best of the New Pulp Movement, the fastest growing style of fiction writing in world today. And all of it generated as a benefit project. Sixty writers and thirty six artists have pooled their talents to produce a volume like none other ever conceived before. If you are unfamiliar with New Pulp, then look no further than this one book. Then buckle up and enjoy the ride.
No longer just the home of cattlemen and saloonkeepers and soiled doves, the western now plays host to cannibals, grey aliens, steam-driven robots, ghosts, dinosaurs, and murderous creatures of every kind.
How the West Was Weird, Volume II continues the bestselling series of anthologies from Pulpwork Press, bursting with twenty stories that blend westerns with horror, science-fiction, and fantasy. Featuring the work of Derrick Ferguson, Josh Reynolds, Ron Fortier, Barry Reese, Tommy Hancock, and more of the best names in New Pulp.
Approximately 122,000 words.
This new addition to Pulpwork Press's best-selling HOW THE WEST WAS WEIRD series includes the following stories:
MR. BRASS AND THE CRIMSON SKIES OF KANSAS by Josh Reynolds. The robot Pinkerton is all that stands between President Teddy Roosevelt and an attack by sky pirates and Mr. Hyde.
HELL'S OWN by Russ Anderson. Zombies overrun a small western town, and the town's lone sheriff is the only one that's armed. Will anyone survive?
THE TALE OF THE BARON'S TRIBUTE by Derrick Ferguson. When a foe from Sebastian Red's past attacks him through his friends, Sebastian must undo the damage done to his loved ones and do battle with a foe who is, for once, in every way his equal.
GUNMEN OF THE HOLLOW EARTH by Joel Jenkins. Lone Crow, Doc Holliday, and Morgan Earp lead the surviving members of the Wild Bunch into a lost world at the center of the Earth, running afoul of dinosaurs, a tribe of barbarian women, and a posse of silver-hungry banditos who have followed them from the surface world.
Approximately 37,000 words.