Pulp AdventureCon 2020 has come and gone … all the planning and concerns, all the winding down afterward … Thanks to everyone who attended, and everyone who spread the word. If you weren’t there, read Walker Martin’s impressions of the show on the MysteryFile blog.
The phrase “Gothic Mystery” evokes images of beautiful women running from austere castles, situated near coastline cliffs … Fog-enshrouded cemeteries with marble mazes of tombstones and mausoleums. Such covers adorned numerous paperbacks from the 1940s through the 1970s, as the Gothic Mystery became a publishing industry unto itself. Bold Venture Press presents three of these classic tales by Norman Firth, a talented gothic mystery practitioner during England’s post-war years.
Gothic Mystery Library
Murders Macabre by Norman Firth Three chilling tales of suspense “Terror Stalks By Night” — One week after Lucille Rivers was found mutilated, the Rivers family gathers for the reading of the will. “Phantom of Charnel House” — A grisly apparition prowls the newly built Charnel Estate. “The Devil In Her” — The frightened locals tell Dr. Alan Carter stories of a murderous woman roaming the moor. Get Murders Macabre here
English writer Norman Firth became a full-time writer in 1944, taking full advantage of a peculiar British climate of “mushroom” publishing caused by wartime austerity. He soon averaged 6,000 words a day, commissioned by many small publishers to turn out lurid crime, western and science fiction stories. In the late 1940s Firth accepted a lucrative commission from Utopian Publications owner Benson Herbert to write 30,000 words a month of “spicy” stories for his various magazines.Firth was only 29 years old when he died of tuberculosis in December 1949, but he had published several million words. He continued writing up until his death, completing a full-length crime noir novel, When Shall I Sleep Again? Many of Firth’s myriad pseudonyms were undiscovered until recently. Philip Harbottle, agent for Firth’s estate (working with his collecting colleague Morgan Wallace) recently discovered several more. Bold Venture will publish new collections of the best of them, beginning with Murders Macabre.
This 160 pg volume includes 100 pgs of BRAND NEW comics, but also collects the 3-issue mini series “Guns of the Black Bat”!
All stories written by RON FORTIER with a striking cover by Doug Klauba!guest starring:Phantom Detective, I.V. Frost, Domino Lady, Airboy, Golden Amazon, Nighthawk, Jim Anthony Super-Detective, and Ki-Gor the Jungle Lord.
Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to announce the release of the fourth book in the weird western series created by the late Mark Justice, “Purity” by writer Michael Housel.
Since acquiring the magic amulet, the half-breed Sam used it to re-animate a murdered lawman thus creating the Dead Sheriff. At the same time, to maintain the fabrication of a zombie avenger, he adopted the role of Cheveyo, the Dead Sheriff’s loyal Indian companion. Together they roam the west hunting outlaws and supernatural monsters accompanied by Richard O’Malley, a Boston journalist looking to chronicle their adventures in dime novels.
Whereas the amulet was once the property of a New Orleans mystic known as the Master and he wants it back. To that end the Master recruits a sadistic arsonist named Perdifious who believes himself Satan’s own Hellspawn and has gathered together an army of savage, sadistic killers. They wreak havoc and destruction wherever they go and their next destination is a Quaker settlement named Purity. Learning of this, Sam, the Dead Sheriff and O’Malley plan to confront them there and save a town full of non-violent pioneers.
“It does my heart good to see this book released,” reports Airship 27 Production Managing Editor Ron Fortier. “It continues our promise to Korma Kay Justice that we would do everything in our power to keep her husband’s legacy alive.” Kentucky based writer and radio host, Mark Justice, passed away suddenly several years ago after completing the first Dead Sheriff novel, “Zombie Damnation.” Airship 27 published the book posthumously. Then Fortier completed the second, unfinished manuscript for book two, “Cannibals and Bloodsuckers.” Last year the company published the third installment, “Holster Full of Death” by writer Fred Adams Jr.
“The characters are great and the potential for future books endless,” Fortier declares. Airship 27 Production’s Art Director Rob Davis provided the interior illustrations for “Purity” and the cover was rendered by Michael Youngblood, another Airship 27 creator.
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Kolchak the Night Stalker: Strangled by Death novel
Written by: Will McDermott
Cover: Mark Maddox
160pgs, 6” x 9”, prose, squarebound, SC, $10.99
Written by Magic the Gathering and Warhammer novelist Will McDermott
The San Fernando valley was practically on fire as scorching temperatures made life miserable for everyone, but no one more so than one Carl Kolchak. Why else would he agree to investigate a string of mundane burglaries of aging starlets up in the hills? For one thing, the victim, Tiffany Meadows, had starred in one of Kolchak’s favorite cop dramas (and many of his favorite dreams). For another, the burglar left behind a dead security guard with the strangest, most macabre fatal wound Kolchak had ever seen.
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21st Anniversary Celebration!Radio Archives is celebrating 21 years of creating great products and we’re commemorating this anniversary with lots of items in the Bargain Basement through the end of the year! Our Biggest Sale Ever!The Audio CD version of our Pulp Audiobooksat a 50% savings.Most of the sales of our Audiobooks are now digital downloads and we have switched to a robotic Print on Demand system to manufacture Audio CDs. As a result, we are liquidating our entire physical inventory of Audiobooks. The inventory is huge and about 25% of it has been sold this month. This is our main sale for our Anniversary Celebration this year and the Audiobooks will be featured through the end of the year. All Audiobooks will be available as Audio CDs in the future but why not get them now at a discount. Special Audiobook Bonus!For every Audio CD version of the Audiobooks you buy, we will randomly pick a Doc Savage, Shadow, or Spider double novel pulp reprint and include it with your order for FREE!There is no limit on how many bonus pulps you can get, but very large orders will get multiple copies of some issues. This Week Only! 2nd Audiobook Bonus!Buy 5 or more Audio CD Audiobooks and we will automatically include the Startling Stories Audiobook from September 1948 with your order for FREE!The regular price for this 9 hour audiobook is $35.98. This offer expires next Thursday night, November 19.Super Bargain!21st Anniversary Pulp Reprint Bargain Pack $25.9813 Books with 26 full length novels of Doc Savage, The Shadow, and The Spider.These 13 Double Novel Pulp reprints retail for $172.35. These are brand new copies, direct from the publisher and are still in the original boxes from the printer in mint condition. All discounted products are listed on the main page of the Bargain Basement for your convenience.
Radio Preservation has always been at the core of Radio Archives. This exciting series is derived from our massive collection of thirty thousand radio shows from 16″ transcription discs and fifty thousand shows from low generation reels. This 20 hour collection includes shows from the classic days of Radio. You’ll find rare and obscure as well as mainstream radio shows from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s in the Radio Archives Treasures sets. These shows have all been restored with state-of-the-art CEDAR technology – the audio processing system used by major recording companies to restore older recordings. We expect the shows to be the best sounding copies available anywhere. Radio Archives Treasures are available as MP3 digital downloads or Audio CDs, restored to sparkling digital quality. CD #1Wild Bill Hickok#38 The Wheels of DoomFriday, December 21, 1951 – 30:00 – Mutual – Kellogs Corn Pops commercialsWild Bill Hickok#39 Sir Tommy, the Silver KnightMonday, December 24, 1951 – 30:00 – Mutual – Kellogs Corn Pops commercials CD #2The Henry Morgan ShowA Digest Version of the MikadoWednesday, January 29, 1947 – 30:00 – ABC – Eversharp-Schick commercialsThe Henry Morgan ShowHow Radio Jokes Are Written in AdvanceWednesday, February 5, 1947 – 30:00 – ABC – Eversharp-Schick commercials CD #3You Bet Your LifeSecret Word – LampWednesday, January 17, 1951 – 30:00 – NBC – DeSoto-Plymouth commercialsYou Bet Your LifeSecret Word – WalkWednesday, January 24, 1951 – 30:00 – NBC – DeSoto-Plymouth commercials CD #4You Bet Your LifeSecret Word – ClockWednesday, January 31, 1951 – 30:00 – NBC – DeSoto-Plymouth commercialsYou Bet Your LifeSecret Word – ShoeWednesday, February 7, 1951 – 30:00 – NBC – DeSoto-Plymouth commercials CD #5Philco Radio Time#19 Jimmy Durante, Dick HaymesWednesday, February 4, 1948 – 30:00 – ABC – Philco Radio commercialsPhilco Radio Time#20 Oscar LevantWednesday, February 11, 1948 – 30:00 – ABC – Philco Radio commercials CD #6Philco Radio Time#21 Robert TaylorWednesday, February 18, 1948 – 30:00 – ABC – Philco Radio commercialsPhilco Radio Time#22 Peggy LeeWednesday, February 25, 1948 – 30:00 – ABC – Philco Radio commercials CD #7Biography in SoundThey Knew President Franklin Delano RooseveltSunday, April 10, 1955 – 60:00 – NBC – Sustaining no commercials CD #8Mandrake the MagicianAudition #1Monday, November 11, 1940 – 15:00 – World syndication – No commercialsMandrake the MagicianAudition #621941 – 15:00 – World syndication – No commercialsMandrake the MagicianBorg Is Looking for Narda1941 – 15:00 – World syndication – No commercials CD #9Hear It NowProgram #5Friday, January 12, 1951 – 60:00 – CBS – Sustaining no commercials CD #10People Are FunnyCinderella Gets Her Greatest WishTuesday, February 7, 1950 – 30:00 – NBC – Raleigh Cigarettes commercialsPeople Are FunnyCinderella’s Wish May Come TrueTuesday, February 14, 1950 – 30:00 – NBC – Raleigh Cigarettes commercials CD #11Command Performance#214 Ginger RogersThursday, March 7, 1946 – 30:00 – AFRS – No commercialsCommand Performance#219 Dinah ShoreSunday, April 28, 1946 – 30:00 – AFRS – No commercials CD #12The Harold Peary ShowHonest Deed ContestantWednesday, May 9, 1951 – 30:00 – CBS – Sustaining no commercialsThe Harold Peary ShowDoes Florabelle Have a New LoverWednesday, May 16, 1951 – 30:00 – CBS – Sustaining no commercials CD #13The Man in The Iron Mask#431948 – 15:00 – Australia – No commercialsThe Man in The Iron Mask#441948 – 15:00 – Australia – No commercialsThe Man in The Iron Mask#451948 – 15:00 – Australia -No commercialsThe Man in The Iron Mask#461948 – 15:00 – Australia – No commercialsThe Man in The Iron Mask#471948 – 15:00 – Australia – No commercials CD #14Front Page Drama#609 Private Life of a Siamese TwinsSunday, September 10, 1944 – 15:00 – Syndicated – Hearst Newspapers commercialsFront Page Drama#736 A Long Long RestSunday, February 16, 1947 – 15:00 – Syndicated – Hearst Newspapers commercialsFront Page Drama#737 Can a Lavish Gift Wreck a MarriageSunday, February 23, 1947 – 15:00 – Syndicated – Hearst Newspapers commercialsFront Page Drama#738 An Ex-Convict Disappears SuddenlySunday, March 2, 1947 – 15:00 – Syndicated – Hearst Newspapers commercials CD #15The Palmolive Beauty Box TheatreThe Chocolate SoldierWednesday, April 14, 1937 – 30:00 – CBS – Palmolive Soap commercialsThe Palmolive Beauty Box TheatreThe Vagabond KingWednesday, April 21, 1937 – 30:00 – CBS – Palmolive Soap commercials CD #16Terry and the PiratesThe Dragon Lady Strikes BackFriday, October 24, 1947 – 15:00 – ABC – Quaker Puffed Wheat & RiceTerry and the PiratesThe Dragon Lady Strikes BackFriday, October 31, 1947 – 15:00 – ABC – Quaker Puffed Wheat & RiceTerry and the PiratesThe Dragon Lady Strikes BackFriday, November 7, 1947 – 15:00 – ABC – Quaker Puffed Wheat & Rice CD #17The Line Up#34 Disc Jockey at an All-Night Drive-in1953 – 30:00 – AFRS – No commercialsWild Bill Hickok#40 The Dead of WinterMonday, December 31, 1951 – 30:00 – Mutual – Kellogs Corn Pops commercials CD #18The Sons of the Pioneers Show#1211949 – 15:00 – Teleways syndication – No commercialsThe Sons of the Pioneers Show#1221949 – 15:00 – Teleways syndication – No commercialsThe Sons of the Pioneers Show#1231949 – 15:00 – Teleways syndication – No commercialsThe Sons of the Pioneers Show#1241949 – 15:00 – Teleways syndication – No commercials CD #19In the Crimelight#45Wednesday, March 11, 1936 – 15:00 – C.P. MacGregor syndication – No commercialsIn the Crimelight#46Wednesday, March 18, 1936 – 15:00 – C.P. MacGregor syndication – No commercialsIn the Crimelight#47Wednesday, March 25, 1936 – 15:00 – C.P. MacGregor syndication – No commercialsIn the Crimelight#48Wednesday, April 1, 1936 – 15:00 – C.P. MacGregor syndication – No commercials CD #20The Robin Hood Show#B761953 – 15:00 – Syndicated – Robin Hood Flour commercialsThe Robin Hood Show#B771953 – 15:00 – Syndicated – Robin Hood Flour commercialsThe Robin Hood Show#B781953 – 15:00 – Syndicated – Robin Hood Flour commercials 20 hours – $29.99 MP3 / $59.98 Audio CDsClick for MP3s – 50% discount the first week – $14.99Click for Audio CDs – $59.98
Forged in war, The Phantom Detective wages a one-man battle on crime! Solving impossible mysteries and delivering his own justice, he is the underworld’s masked nightmare! When innocent lives are the pawns of a grim greed-crazed killer who seeks power and plunder, the Phantom Detective flies to the Mexican border to come to grips with a sinister fiend who hurls a mighty challenge at justice! Although the magazine was titled The Phantom Detective, the character in the lead story went by two different names in each issue. Born Richard Curtis Van Loan, he was a child of wealth. Orphaned at an early age, Van Loan found a father figure of sorts in newspaper publisher Frank Havens, a relationship that would have a direct impact on his future as The Phantom, what the character was called in the series, never The Phantom Detective. Not only did Van Loan share his playboy status with characters both before his creation and after it, he also had something in common with many other Pulp heroes, having served in World War One, specifically as a pilot. Returning from the war and struggling to find his purpose, he accepted a challenge from Frank Havens to solve a crime that law enforcement could not. In this, the haggard war veteran and millionaire found his purpose, not something born out of personal tragedy, but out of a need to do good, to help others. Having been a playboy prior to the war, Van Loan knew he would need certain skills to follow his new mission. He taught himself to be a master at disguise, an escape artist, a fighter of multiple styles, and most importantly, an expert in detection and criminology. Once believing himself suitably ready, he donned a domino mask, not the top hat so famously depicted on each of the magazine’s covers and became The Phantom Detective. The Phantom and the Uniformed Killers was originally published in the May 1940 issue of The Phantom Detective Magazine and is read with pulse pounding intensity by award winning voice actor Milton Bagby. 5 hours – $9.99 MP3 / $19.98 Audio CDsClick for MP3s – 50% discount the first week – $4.99Click for Audio CDs – $19.98
Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine. The Phantom Detective! The name alone conjures up action and adventure. From the same publisher that brought you The Black Bat, Captain Danger, The Crimson Mask and The Green Ghost came one of pulpdom’s best-known detectives. Scourge of the underworld, The Phantom, as he was called, aided the Law with his sweetheart Muriel Havens. His first adventure was published in February 1933 and they continued for 170 thrilling exploits until the Summer 1953 issue. The Phantom Detective returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format. Table of Contents: Featuring the World’s Greatest Sleuth inA Full Book-Length NovelThe Phantom and the Uniformed Killersby Robert WallaceWhen innocent lives are the pawns of a grim greed-crazed killer who seeks power and plunder, the Phantom Detective flies to the Mexican border to stem a torrent of crime! Follow Richard Curtis Van Loan as he comes to grips with a sinister fiend who hurls a mighty challenge at justice! It’s Great to Be a Cop — Gripping Short Storyby Cyril PlunkettThere’s more to raising sons than just a policeman’s code Murder — Special Delivery — Gripping Short Storyby J.S. EndicottDetective Tim Sloan pines for action — and gets it! The Phantom Speaks — A Department Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want. $3.9950% discount the first week – $1.99 Radio Archives Pulp ClassicsBlack Book Detective eBook #13 November 1934
Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.Black Book Detective magazine was probably best known for its long-running series of adventure stories featuring the crimefighter known as The Black Bat. But The Black Bat didn’t appear until six years into the magazine’s run with the July 1939 issue. The magazine first hit the newsstands with the June 1933 issue. For the next six years, it tried different approaches. Issue one began with a featured novel and several backup short stories. The following year it started promoting “three new complete novels” in each magazine, but abandoned that approach after four issues. It then tried shorter novelets, combined with short stories. In 1935 and 1936, it tried the “weird menace” approach, featuring scantily-clad women in peril on the covers, then switched back to hard crime. In 1938 they tried featuring recurring characters in their main novel. Gentleman thief Raffles appeared in two consecutive issues. Jonathan Drake, Ace Manhunterappeared in three issues. The editors struck gold with The Black Bat, who first appeared in the July 1939 issue. Supposedly blind District Attorney Tony Quinn was secretly the master crime fighter known as The Black Bat. The stories were credited to the house name of G. Wayman Jones, but in actuality were written mainly by Norman A. Daniels. The Black Bat stories ran exclusively in the bi-monthly Black Book Detective magazine until it finally printed its last issue in the Winter of 1953. Black Book Detective returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format. Table of Contents: Design For Death — Complete Novelby George A. McDonaldLinda Frayne figured there was more to her father’s death than the official reports heart failure. And now there was another attempt on her life — an attempt to make her the victim of a slow, agonizing end. If that failed, there was another way. She was a pawn on a checkerboard of death. The World Series Murder — Complete Novelby George A. StarbirdBob Mathews, star pitcher of the Detroit Marines, was rushed in as relief hurler. The bases were full of enemies in the last half of the ninth, and Bob Mathews’ one run lead looked woefully weak against the star slugger at the plate. But Mathews threw him two strikes. Suddenly a cloud of smoke hid his figure. When it cleared, Mathews lay on the ground — a dead hero. Fallen Angel — Complete Noveletteby Richard E. ConanDetective Mike Brady fell for a fallen angel — fell hard. Then came the new experience of being the hunted and not the hunter. Bridesmaids Of Death — Complete Noveletteby H.M. Appel“Stop the wedding of your daughter, or Death shall send his Bridesmaids.” The “Bridesmaids” came. With Inspector’s Honors — Short Storyby Lurton BlassingameHe had betrayed his father’s memory — the badge he had sworn allegiance to; even his own self-respect. He made one last effort to wipe the slate clean. Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want. $3.9950% discount the first week – $1.99
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Airship 27 Production is proud to announce the release of a new fantasy adventure by writer R.A. Jones. In an original, fun-filled adventure, two of literature’s most famous young heroes team up in a truly spectacular fashion. Alice from Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” finds herself magically transported to Neverland where she encounters the boy who never grew up, James Barrie’s Peter Pan.
But things are different now. Back in England, Alice’s parents have passed away and her older sister admonishes to leave behind her childish immaturity and face the cruelties and hardships of the real world. Whereas Peter has found himself abandoned by his pals the Lost Boys, who have also gone on to adulthood. Is it to be their fate as well? Or is there as yet another magical realm neither has ever imagined. One in which pain and suffering don’t exist and there is only happiness and endless adventures.
Now the pair set off to find this upper level kingdom and in doing so will be an assortment of weird, bizarre characters and challenges. “Alice in Neverland” is truly a tale for all ages, especially for the eternally young at heart.
“R.A. Jones is one of the most imaginative writers in New Pulp today,” applauds Airship 27 Production’s Managing Editor Ron Fortier. “This wonderful new book is all the proof anyone would need. From traditional action-adventure, to westerns and sci-f, Jones can do it all. Whereas this whimsical tale is truly wonderful and so much fun. We know our readers will love it.”
Graphic artist Gary Kato provides the interior illustrations and the stunning cover was provided by Canadian Artist Ted Hammond.
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PULP ADVENTURECON November 7, 2020 Clarion Hotel, Mt. Laurel, NJ NJ Turnpike Exit 4 Pulp magazines, vintage paperbacks, movie memorabilia, Golden Age comic books, Big Little Books, original art WWW.PULPADVENTURE.COM
Covid Concerns, and dealer information.
Last-minute concerns regarding Covid-19
As mentioned in nearly every social media post, we will follow Covid-19 protocols. Since they have continually changed since the Covid problem began, we have watched the situation closely. We will follow exact protocols on the day of the show, and we take it seriously. The hotel also has Covid-19 rules in place.
We will distribute masks, gloves and hand sanitizer. We have a no-contact thermometer. We will honor the Covid room-capacity requirements and ask attendees to honor social distancing. There are more tables than dealers, given several dealers have purchased more than one table.
From the hotel’s policy:
Hotel alert: Some hotel features—including fitness centers, pools, food and beverage, and other amenities—may not be available at this time due to COVID-19. To protect the safety of guests, employees and visitors, we require the use of face coverings in hotel common areas. For more information, please call the hotel directly: 856-234-7000
Show sponsors will be on-hand before the show to ensure the room is sanitized, and that the room is arranged properly before opening to the public.
Once again, the famous Baker St. detective and his loyal companion take on the most baffling cases. Whether it be chasing down a cunning anarchist determined to destroy London, or rescuing his older brother from enemy agents, Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest consulting detective uses his amazing intellect to solve four new mysteries.
Writers I.A. Watson and Greg Hatcher offer up three unique cases while in a novella length adventure, Lee Houston Jr. has Dr. Waston traveling northward to solve the puzzle of mysterious flying lights in the night skies. Four amazing tales in which the world famous duo is once again pit their courage, skills and loyalty in the service of crown and country.
Also features a cover by Pulp Factory Award winning artist and designer Rob Davis inspired by a pen and ink sketch by Italian artist Ugo Matania.
The annual PULP ADVENTURECON, November 7, 2020 is taking place at the Clarion Hotel & Suites in Mount Laurel, NJ from 10am to 5pm. The hotel is located by New Jersey Turnpike Exit 4.
We are observing Covid-19 precautions, and will have an ample supply of facemasks, hand sanitizer cloths and plastic gloves for attendees requiring such items.
See below for details and the current list of vendors …
Clarion Hotel & Suites 1111 Route 73, Mount Laurel, NJ, 08054 • (856) 234-7000 Just off New Jersey Turnpike exit 4 Load-in & Set-up: 7:00 A.M.; Show hours: 10:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
This is NOT A VIRTUAL SHOW … we are setting up show with an actual vendor room.
Load-in and set-up: 7AM – 10AM Set-up begins 7 am on the morning of the show. (We will alert everyone if we can set-up Friday evening … stay tuned). Once you pull into the Clarion parking lot, go around to the rear of the building, where load-in takes place. Free parking, ground-floor dealer room, with load-in right from the parking lot. No elevator or stairs to concern anyone.
Dealers for the show
1 William Carney 2 Nick Certo 1 Ed Hulse 1 Richard Hall 1 Walker Martin 1 Darrell Schweitzer 1 Jim Dyer 1 Wayne Carey 3 Mike Brenner 1 James Aquilone1 Peter David 3 Cowboy Tony 2 Paul Herman 2 Daniel Horne 6 John Gunnison 2 William Maynard 2 Martin Grams 1 Gary Lovisi 2 Prof Ouch 1 Bold Venture Press
We are actively promoting the show through social media. Ordinarily, our flyers travel from show to show (courtesy of some dealers), but we haven’t had that luxury this year, due to Covid-19 cancellations. Therefore, we are sending some flyers to local stores, and promoting through social media. If you have an extensive mailing list, we encourage you to forward a jpg of our flyer to your customers, and send a message about the show with a link to the website.
Airship 27 Production is thrilled to debut a new mystery series by writer Robert Ricci. This debut volume features two complete mysteries.
BLOOD ON THE COBBLESTONES
Jenna Coyne never set out to be a detective. She was content working for a sleazy insurance outfit and residing in Boston’s North End. When a case of mistaken apartments gets her caught up in a bad drug deal, she has to rely on her own wit and courage to untangle a twisted crime of vengeance.
Suffering from a case of PTSD, Jenna’s new boyfriend, Boston Police Sgt. Conrad Martin is quickly falling apart and becoming dependent on alcohol. This being the result of their encounter with vicious drug peddlers. Only another baffling puzzle can bring Martin out of his mental fugue. A mystery that will lead them into danger in middle of a savage New Hampshire snow blizzard.
“A Boston based writer, Robert Ricci, knows New England all to well,” says Airship 27 Production’s Managing editor Ron Fortier. “We were delighted when he approached us about launching this new Down East mystery series.” Ted Hammond provides the cover and the interior illustrations were delivered by artist Jason Wren, with Art Director Rob Davis handling book design.
Move over Miss Marple and Nancy Drew, there’s a new Lady Detective on the case!
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Available now from Amazon in paperback and soon on Kindle.