Twit Publishing Presents Pulp!: Winter/Spring 2011

Spine tingling tales of suspense and terror Prowl the exotic streets of Cairo s seedy underbelly in A Shot in the Dark, follow the haunting notes of the Balalaika to vampire ridden Czarist Russia, and ride the western range with Montana Jack as he hunts for vengeance Stroll the halls of Miskatonic University with The Interview, shiver from macabre horror of In the Bones,Spine tingling tales of suspense and terror Prowl the exotic streets of Cairo s seedy underbelly in A Shot in the Dark, follow the haunting notes of the Balalaika to vampire ridden Czarist Russia, and ride the western range with Montana Jack as he hunts for vengeance Stroll the halls of Miskatonic University with The Interview, shiver from macabre horror of In the Bones, and spy upon the fantastic in the sword and sorcery yarn Whatever Happened to the Dark Lord
Twit Publishing Presents Pulp Winter Spring Spine tingling tales of suspense and terror Prowl the exotic streets of Cairo s seedy underbelly in A Shot in the Dark follow the haunting notes of the Balalaika to vampire ridden Czarist Russia and

  • Title: Twit Publishing Presents Pulp!: Winter/Spring 2011
  • Author: Chris Gabrysch
  • ISBN: 9781453628584
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
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    1 thought on “Twit Publishing Presents Pulp!: Winter/Spring 2011”

    1. This was a good read. The stories were short but quick to get to the action and then held you there until the end. If you like thriller with some mystery and horror thrown in this book is for you. I would definitely recommend Pulp.

    2. I loved this book! I am hooked on "Pulp"! The second story about the musical instrament made from children's intestines was pretty freaky!

    3. I highly recommend this book for anyone FTC: I received a free copy of this book and was not reimbursed in any other way.

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