Lester Dent penned many pulp adventures before he created Doc Savage in 1933 under the house name Kenneth Robeson. Lester Dent's Zeppelin Tales collects five airship-themed stories published from 1930 to 1932, and includes material restored from Dent's original manuscripts!
"Zeppelin Bait": Jed Day, American Great War flyer, is framed for spying for a notorious German Zeppelin Captain!... [click here for more]
Madagascar: Land of the Man-Eating Tree presents the facts, myths, and legends of Madagascar as viewed by a former governor of Michigan. Learn about cultures and creatures, pirates and castaways, and the interesting scientific and political beliefs of a highly educated and well traveled author of the 1920s. Originally published in 1924, this unabridged edition retains every word of the first... [click here for more]
Soldier’s Companion contains Nineteenth-century colonial miniatures rules with the Victorian Science Fiction elements of Space: 1889. While allowing for the addition of land juggernauts, combat tripods, and aerial flyers, the rules work well for a rag-tag British column fighting its way through the passes of the Northwest Frontier. Soldier’s Companion covers the wealth of period military... [click here for more]