Sunday, September 28, 2014

RADIO ARCHIVE RELEASES ORIGINAL 1936 DOMINO LADY COLLECTION AS EBOOK AND AUDIOBOOK!

(L-R): ebook and audiobook cover art by Cortney Skinner
As part of the Will Murray's Pulp Classics line, Radio Archives has the original 30's Domino Lady stories available in ebook and audiobook (CD and download) forms. These are great reads. Highly recommended reading. Cover art by Cortney Skinner. My upcoming Domino Lady novel, "Money Shot" from Moonstone Books picks up some threads from these original stories. Domino Lady "Money Shot" will be out in the next few weeks. Learn more here.

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Will Murray's Pulp Classics
The Domino Lady eBook
by Lars Anderson
 
Celebrated as one of the rare pioneering pulp heroines of the Great Depression — the Domino Lady! Clad in a shimmering evening gown and a black domino mask offsetting her golden blonde hair, daring socialite Ellen Patrick takes the trail to crime. She targets high-society crime exclusively, leaving behind her calling card, which reads Compliments of the Domino Lady. Packing an automatic, a hypodermic loaded with knockout serum, and her feminine wiles, she plunges into the social webs of extortion and murder. Fondly remembered by fans of the genre, The Domino Lady returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
 
Table of Contents:
 
The Domino Lady Collects
Originally published in the May 1936 issue of Saucy Romantic Adventures
 
The Domino Lady Doubles Back
Originally published in the June 1936 issue of Saucy Romantic Adventures
 
The Domino Lady’s Handicap
Originally published in the July 1936 issue of Saucy Romantic Adventures
 
Emeralds Aboard
Originally published in the August 1936 issue of Saucy Romantic Adventures
 
Black Legion
Originally published in the October 1936 issue of Saucy Romantic Adventures
 
The Domino Lady’s Double
Originally published in the November 1936 issue of Mystery Adventure Magazine
 
These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook. Will Murray’s Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s.


CS/Audio Book cover.
Will Murray's Pulp Classics
The Domino Lady AudioBook
by Lars Anderson

Back in 1936, an obscure New Orleans pulp writer named Lars Anderson created a remarkable character for an even more obscure girlie magazine, Saucy Romantic Adventures. She is the slinky sleuth celebrated today as one of the rare pioneering pulp heroines of the Great Depression, the Domino Lady!
 
Clad in a shimmering evening gown, a black domino mask offsetting her golden blonde hair, daring socialite Ellen Patrick takes the trail to crime, motivated by the murder of
her father, District Attorney Owen Patrick. Since the Hollywood beauty suspects that a powerful state political machine was responsible for her father’s assassination, she targets high-society crime exclusively, hoping to bag a big shot. In the tradition of pulp heroes of that era, she left behind her calling card, which read Compliments of the Domino Lady. That famous masked protector of Old California, Zorro, would have recognized her M. O. instantly.
 
Ellen packed an automatic, a hypodermic loaded with knockout serum, and her feminine wiles as she plunges into the social webs of extortion and murder, often teaming up with up-and-coming private investigator Roge McKane, more frequently tangling with suave big-game hunter turned blackmailer, Rob Wyatt, who is her recurring Nemesis. Or is it the other way around?
 
The self-described “young avenger” appeared in every issue of Saucy Romantic Adventures until it folded with the October, 1936 issue, popping up in Hollywood, San Francisco, and on the high seas, in her pursuit of swift justice. A month later, glorified by a stunning Norman Saunders cover, she made her final bow in “The Domino Lady Double,” for the November, 1936 Mystery Adventure Magazine, where she matches wits with an equally gorgeous impostor.
 
The Domino Lady faded from the pulp scene, but was not forgotten. Fondly remembered by fans of the genre, she has been revived in new stories for a new century. And how she appears in her first audiobook.
 
Nick Santa Maria strains his masculine vocal chords to bring the saucy superheroine to life.

Look for this one in the next few weeks.
Domino Lady "Money Shot" a novel by Bobby Nash is coming any day now. Learn more about pre-ordering this novel here.


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