This was a bit disappointing as pulp adventures go. It was too linear with an unsatisfying ending. With a little work it could be quite good though, and does come with some useful standups and a speakeasy setting. My biggest complaint was that it was supposed to introduce a pulp world but spent little to no time doing so.
I have to say this was a disappointment. The background material was stellar, and it comes with flat figures. The adventure is very weak and short however, and I don't think it does the material justice.