One of the most popular and prolific authors of the “pulp” era was Theodore Roscoe, whose stories graced the pages of such fabled magazines as Adventure, Argosy, and Weird Tales. Indeed, many Roscoe stories in Argosy were accented by full color covers, and two such tales were “The Voodoo Express” and “The Wonderful Lips of Thibong Linh,” which are joined in this volume with “On Account of a Woman.”
All three are imaginative, gripping tales-as enjoyable today as they were some fifty years ago in those legendary pulps.
An exotic blend of adventure, fantasy and surprise!
With illustrations by Stephen Gervais.