Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes 3

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The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes 3

Edited by Mike Chinn

Cover art by Bob Covington

ISBN 978-0-9929809-0-0

An alien visitor arrives on Earth to solve our problems – whether we want it or not. The world’s greatest superhero is lost, and only his deadliest enemy can save him. Why did the best cop in the city end his days as a forgotten drunk? And once, in fin-de-siècle Paris, there were three very different girls who grew up to be three very different women with three things in common: they were brilliant, they were beautiful, and they worked for Erik of the Paris Opéra. Twelve stories of supermen, cops, Mysterymen, samurai and private eyes from the likes of Kim Newman, Rod Rees, Tony Richards and more … thrilling tales of pure Pulp Adventure.

  • Kid Kafka and Doctor Pulp by Gary Budge
  • Angels of Music by Kim Newman
  • A Helping Hand by Rod Rees
  • The Big Picture by Iain Grant
  • You’re Majesty by Paul Starkey
  • Mono no Aware by Evan Dicken
  • Agent Midnight by Amberle L Husbands
  • Rayven Black in the City of Night by Tony Richards
  • The Revenant by Jay Eales
  • The Death of James E Steckle by Emma Hinge
  •  No One Stays Dead by Bracken MacLeod
  • Emmett, Joey and the Beelz by Ralph Sevush

Only £9.99 from Amazon UK / Amazon US and other online stores. An eBook edition is also available.

 

 

 

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  1. […] The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes 3 edited by Mike Chinn: An alien visitor arrives on Earth to solve our problems – whether we want it or not. The world’s greatest superhero is lost, and only his deadliest enemy can save him. Why did the best cop in the city end his days as a forgotten drunk? And once, in fin-de-siècle Paris, there were three very different girls who grew up to be three very different women with three things in common: they were brilliant, they were beautiful, and they worked for Erik of the Paris Opéra. Twelve stories of supermen, cops, Mysterymen, samurai and private eyes from the likes of Kim Newman, Rod Rees, Tony Richards and more … thrilling tales of pure Pulp Adventure. […]

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