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Breathtaking, pulse-pounding adventures that would put Indiana Jones on edge.  Buckle up for adventure in these action-packed tales that appeared in the pages of the most popular pulp fiction magazines of the 1930's and 1940's. "Primo pulp fiction." Booklist

The Collection includes: International Book Awards Winner: The Trail of the Red Diamonds as well as The Iron Duke, Sea Fangs, Golden Hell, The Headhunters, Destiny's Drum, The Black Sultan and The Devil—With Wings.
Published: Galaxy Press on
ISBN: 9781619861886
List price: $12.95
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