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Saturday, July 20, 2013

PULP NOW: THE COMPLETE CASES OF MACBRIDE & KENNEDY!

PULP NOW: THE COMPLETE CASES OF MACBRIDE AND KENNEDY!

WRITTEN BY PULP MASTER FREDERICK NEBEL ... FROM ALTUS PRESS ... VIA THE PAGES OF BLACK MASK ... COMING THIS FALL ... ONE TITLE EVERY MONTH!

RAW LAW: THE COMPLETE CASES OF MACBRIDE AND KENNEDY VOLUME 1: 1928-30

This is Black Mask at its best—slam-bang action, crackling dialogue and the keenest wit this side of Dashiell Hammett. Frederick Nebel was a master of the hardboiled school, and the nine-year saga of Captain Steve MacBride and Kennedy of the Free Press was his finest body of work. This first of four volumes presents the first nine novelettes, complete with the original illustrations by Arthur Rodman Bowker, and a new introduction by Evan Lewis. Hold onto your seat. It’s going to be a wild ride.

SHAKE-DOWN: THE COMPLETE CASES OF MACBRIDE AND KENNEDY VOLUME 2: 1930-33

Wise Guy (April, 1930)
Shake-Down (July, 1930)
Ten Men from Chicago (August, 1930)
Junk (March, 1931)
Beat the Rap (May, 1931)
Death for a Dago (July, 1931)
Some Die Young (December, 1931)
The Quick or the Dead (March, 1932)
Backwash (May, 1932)
Doors in the Dark (February, 1933)

TOO YOUNG TO DIE: THE COMPLETE CASES OF MACBRIDE AND KENNEDY VOLUME 3: 1933-35

Rough Reform (March, 1933)
Farewell to Crime (April, 1933)
Guns Down (September, 1933)
Lay Down the Law (November, 1933)
Too Young to Die (February, 1934)
Bad News (March, 1934)
Take It and Like It (June, 1934)
Be Your Age (August, 1934)
He Was a Swell Guy (January, 1935)
It’s a Gag (February, 1935)

WINTER KILL: THE COMPLETE CASES OF MACBRIDE AND KENNEDY VOLUME 4: 1935-36

That’s Kennedy (May, 1935)
Die-Hard (August, 1935)
Winter Kill (November, 1935)
Fan Dance (January, 1936)
No Hard Feelings (February, 1936)
Crack Down (April, 1936)
Hard to Take (June, 1936)
Deep Red (August, 1936)

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