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THE DEVIL’S CRYPT AND OTHER WEIRD FICTION includes 10 short stories by noted pulp writer E. Hoffmann Price (1898-1988). Price produced works of weird fiction, sci-fi, adventure, westerns, fight stories, and especially oriental tales.

His work appeared regularly with that of fellow pulp writers Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, Otis Adelbert Kline, Edmond Hamilton, and H.P. Lovecraft during the 1930s to the 1950s. His career enjoyed a resurgence in the 1970s and 1980s with the publication of several well-received novels.

• The Devil’s Crypt
• Desert Judgment
• Feud’s End
• Mummies to Order
• Murder Salvage
• Plunder of Kurdistan
• Prune Picking Patriot
• Scourge of the Silver Dragon
• The Line is Dead
• Through the Gates of the Silver Key

E. Hoffmann Price’s Two-Fisted Detectives MEGAPACK®: 19 Classic Stories

Edgar Hoffmann Price (1898 – 1988) was an American writer of popular fiction (he was a self-titled ‘fictioneer’) for the pulp magazine marketplace.

He is probably most famous for his collaboration with H. P. Lovecraft, “Through the Gates of the Silver Key,” though he published hundreds of other works.

This volume collects 19 of his two-fisted detective tales. Included are:

E. Hoffmann Price’s Pierre d’Artois: Occult Detective & Associates MEGAPACK®: 20 Classic Stories

Edgar Hoffmann Price (1898 – 1988) was an American writer of popular fiction (he was a self-titled ‘fictioneer’) for the pulp magazine marketplace.

He is probably most famous for his collaboration with H. P. Lovecraft, “Through the Gates of the Silver Key,” though he published hundreds of other works.

This volume collects 20 occult detective tales, including the adventures of Pierre D’Artois from “Weird Tales” magazine