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Armchair Fiction ISLE OF FORGOTTEN PEOPLE, THE ISLE OF FORGOTTEN PEOPLE, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Isle of Forgotten People” by Thompson Cross is the 49th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Here at Armchair Fiction we take pride in our extensive library of LWLR tales....


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Armchair Fiction LOST LADY LOST LADY

Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe editions of classic mystery-crime novels. Renown 20th Century mystery writer Octavus Roy Cohen spins a real web of suspense with his tale called “Lost Lady. In Hollywood anything could happen.  Working the Hollywood night watch was a good gig for Sergeant Danny O'Learythat was until...


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Armchair Fiction LOVERS ARE LOSERS LOVERS ARE LOSERS

Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe editions of classic mystery-crime novels. Our author is former Watergate mastermind and suspected JFK assassination conspirator E. Howard Hunt, who’s at his very best in one of the mystery and intrigue novels that he was also famous for, “Lovers are Losers.” It’s a nail-biting tale about a...


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Five Thorp McClusky—Weird Tales Nobility MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Five Thorp McClusky—Weird Tales Nobility
Armchair Fiction features the best in classic horror and fantasy short story collections, complete with original illustrations. “Masters of Horror, Vol. Five: Thorp McClusky, Weird Tales Nobility” offers ten short stories, novelettes, and novellas of pure terror by another top-of-the-line Weird Tales journeyman.  Thorp McClusky’s ascension into weird fiction began in...

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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Six 	Dorothy Quick—Mistress of Dark Fantasy and the Macabre MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Six Dorothy Quick—Mistress of Dark Fantasy and the Macabre
Armchair Fiction features the best in classic horror and fantasy short story collections, complete with original illustrations. “Masters of Horror, Vol. Six: Dorothy Quick, Mistress of Dark Fantasy, Illustrated Edition” contains fifteen superb tales of mystical horror by another great Weird Tales veteran.  Dorothy Quick was one of the quintessential...

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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 15, Neil R. Jones, Maestro of Space Opera MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 15, Neil R. Jones, Maestro of Space Opera

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 15” features nailbiting stories from one of the very best sci-fi authors of the 1930s, Neil R. Jones.  Jones wrote a plethora of great short stories for science-fiction pulp magazines like Amazing Stories, Air Wonder Stories, Planet Stories, and Wonder Stories.  He was a pioneer in writing about...


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 16:  Rog Philllips, Ace of the Science Fiction Digests MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 16: Rog Philllips, Ace of the Science Fiction Digests

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 16” features the works of one of the most underrated sci-fi- authors of the 1950s, Rog Phillips.  Born in 1909, Phillips (Roger Phillip Graham) would begin his career later in life, publishing his first story “Let Freedom Ring!” in 1945. But once started he became impossible to stop.  He was..


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Armchair Fiction MIDGETS OF MONOTON & WAR OF THE GIANT APES MIDGETS OF MONOTON & WAR OF THE GIANT APES

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction and fantasy double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel is a terrific tale of subterranean adventure and horror, Stanton A. Coblentz’s “The Midgets of Monoton.”  The second tale in this great double novel is by Alexander Blade, “War of the Giant Apes.”  Having discovered ape-like Martians on the faraway…


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Armchair Fiction MISSING CHUMS, THE MISSING CHUMS, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories.  In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Missing Chums,” Frank and Joe Hardy give a grand send-off to their two pals, Chet Morton and Biff Hooper, who are departing on an adventurous boat trip along the coast.  Their boat cuts through the waters of Barmet Bay and out into the ocean, even with storm clouds brewing...


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Armchair Fiction MURDER CAN'T WAIT MURDER CAN'T WAIT

Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe editions of classic mystery-crime novels. “Murder Can’t Wait” is the name of this hardboiled novel, written by Manning Stokes. A million dollars was waiting at the end of a murderous plot. To say Vince Donnellen was down on his luck would be an understatement...


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Armchair Fiction MYSTERY MESSAGE, THE MYSTERY MESSAGE, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Mystery Message” by T. C. Bridges is the 57th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  It was a mad race through a  snake-infested jungle...


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Armchair Fiction ONCE A WIDOW ONCE A WIDOW
Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe editions of classic mystery-crime novels. Author Lee Roberts spins a masterful tale of mystery and mayhem in “Once a Widow.” Her name was Karen, and although she still had the body of a woman half her age, the ravages of age were slowly becoming apparent...

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Armchair Fiction OVER THE OCEAN TO PARIS OVER THE OCEAN TO PARIS

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: In this first tale of the series, “Over the Ocean to Paris,” the reader is taken from Ted Scott’s humble, impoverished beginnings to his remarkable rise into the U.S. Air Mail Service as a crackerjack pilot...


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Armchair Fiction OVER THE ROCKIES WITH THE AIR MAIL OVER THE ROCKIES WITH THE AIR MAIL

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer the Ted Scott Flying Stories. “Over the Rockies with the Air Mail,” by Franklin W. Dixon, was written in 1927.  Ted faces a storm in near-zero temperatures, a snarling grizzly bear, plane saboteurs, a violent plane crash, a fang-baring rattlesnake, and of course there’s a dastardly villain lurking in the shadows...


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Armchair Fiction RESCUED IN THE CLOUDS RESCUED IN THE CLOUDS

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: In this second exciting installment, “Rescued in the Clouds,” (by John W. Duffield, aka Franklin W. Dixon), the reader finds Ted Scott using his top-notch plane to help the victims of a cataclysmic flood, all the while rescuing burning airplanes, battling man-eating crocodiles, fending off poisonous snakes...


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Armchair Fiction SECRET OF THE OLD MILL, THE SECRET OF THE OLD MILL, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories. In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Secret of the Old Mill,” Frank and Joe Hardy find themselves trying to track down the hideout of a counterfeiting gang whose operations appear to be located somewhere near the Hardy's hometown of Bayport.  The trail soon leads to a mysterious...


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Armchair Fiction SHORE ROAD MYSTERY, THE SHORE ROAD MYSTERY, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories.  In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Shore Road Mystery,” Frank and Joe Hardy are baffled by the theft of automobiles along along the Shore Road, a local coastal roadway that runs through their hometown of Bayport.  Even more mysterious is that the stolen cars all seem to disappear without a trace!...


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Armchair Fiction TOWER TREASURE, THE TOWER TREASURE, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories. In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Tower Treasure,” Frank and Joe Hardy find themselves looking for a hidden stash of stolen jewels and securities. Their only clues are the words of a dying criminal: “I hid it in the old tower.” What follows is...


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