It's mail day in pulp land! A nice #bookhaul of Ace doubles and a couple of Ace singles (that's a thing, right?). "The Rival Rigelians" by Mack Reynolds with "Nebula Alert" by A. Bertram Chandler; "The Kar-Chee Reign" by Avram Davidson with "Rocannon's World" by Ursula K. Le Guin (I have two copies of this one, so look for a giveaway in the future); "Shock Wave" by Walt & Leigh Richmond with "Envoy to the Dog Star" by Frederick Shaw Jr. (I've never heard of either of these!); "These Savage Futurians" by Philip E. High (I know what I'm naming my next band) with "The Double Invaders" by John Rackham; "The Beasts of Kohl" by John Rackham with "A Planet of Your Own" by John Brunner; "To Venus! To Venus!" by David Grinnell (a pseudonym of Donald A. Wollheim) with "The Jester at Scar" by E.C. Tubb.
Also "The Universe Maker" by A.E. Van Vogt and the 12th "Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction" edited by Avram Davidson.
Like the covers says, the sexiest private eye to ever pull the trigger. Created in 1957 by husband and wife team Gloria and Forest Flicking under their pseudonym “G.G. Fickling”, this alluring blonde bombshell sprung her self into a eleven novel series with a television show to boot in 1965 that ran for only one season. The show was the first tv series to feature a female detective character’s name in the title. Actress Anne Francis brought the detective to lifeand received a Golden Globe award with an Emmy nomination as well. #honeywest#blondebombshell#femaledetective#privateeye#femmefatale#pulp#pulpnoir#vintage#vintagepaperback#pinupgirl#pinup#annefrancis