"MacDonald's Nightmare Safari" by Jim MacDonald, a classic "lost-world" yarn from the men's adventure magazines; "Model For a Corpse" starring Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective by Robert Leslie Bellem; "Two-Gun Lady" by Lauran Paine; "The Corpse Doctor" by Stewart Sterling, featuring action in New York Harbor; "Treasure of the Red Robe Men" by Richard A. Lupoff, introducing Splash Shanahan, an all-new South Seas adventure hero; "The Lodger," a classic mystery short story by Marie Belloc Lowndes, originally published in 1911 and now reprinted for the first time; short fiction by Paul Dale Anderson, Gary Lovisi; "Lauran Paine: Authentic Old West Pulp Author" by David Ouse; and a Dan Turner commentary by John Wooley. Cover by Norman Saunders (front) and George Gross (back).
(Whew!) How much pulp entertainment can you handle in one issue??
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