The Pegasus Pulp Sampler
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The Pegasus Pulp Sampler

Get an overview of the works of Hugo finalist Cora Buhlert and her one-woman small press Pegasus Pulp Publishing.

 

Space opera, military science fiction, alien invasions, hostile planets, sword and sorcery, pulp thrillers, men's adventure, murder mysteries, cozy fantasy, historical romance – we have all that and more.

 

Meet Anjali and Mikhail, soldiers on opposite sides of an intergalactic war, who fall in love across enemy lines. Follow along with the rebellion against the Fifth Human Empire. Explore what happened on June 9th, 1956, the day the saucers came. Follow the people on the planet Iago Prime as they try to maintain old world traditions in their new home. Watch Alfred and Bertha, an ordinary married couple, as they live their marvellous twenty-first century life. Follow Detective Inspector Helen Shepherd of the London Metropolitan Police and her team, as they solve crimes. Watch Two-Fisted Todd Donavan, international troubleshooter, as he travels the world in the 1960s to solve other people's problems. Meet Richard Blakemore, hardworking pulp author by day and the masked crimefighter known only as the Silencer by night, as he fights crime and corruption in Depression era New York City. Follow Thurvok the sellsword and his friends, as they seek treasures, fight monsters and help those in need. Visit Hallowind Cove, the permanently fog-shrouded seaside town, where strange things keep happening.

 

Enjoy twelve novellas, novelettes and short stories in five genres.

 

Contains the following stories:

 

Evacuation Order Baptism of Fire Mercy Mission Acacia Crescent Valentine's Day on Iago Prime The Four and a Half Minute Boiled Egg The Cork and the Bottle The Crawling Death Countdown to Death The Valley of the Man Vultures The Revenant of Wrecker's Dock The Kiss of the Executioner's Blade
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2020
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  • EAN : 9781393433637
  • Date de parution : 26/07/20