Short Fiction Makin, William J.: Some Short Fiction of William J Makin (2019); v1; 28 October 2019
#1  Pulpmeister 10-28-2019, 02:56 AM
William J Makin (1893-1944) saw active duty during WW1, and turned to writing fiction in 1920. He had a prolific output and a wide scope, from pulp adventure to fantasy and sf to crime and detective.

One of his continuing characters was Paul Rodgers, "the Red Wolf of Arabia", who had many adventures between the wars; another was Isaac Heron, the Gypsy detective.

This collection contains an assortment of his short fiction from magazine sources.

Strange / Weird
1: The Black Laugh
2: Anatomy Lesson
3: Man Killer

Isaac Heron
4: The Houseboat of Missing Men
5: The Tattooed Man

The Red Wolf of Arabia
6: The Woman of Antioch
7: The Dhow That Sailed to Nowhere
8: Miracle in the Desert
9: The Garden of T. N. T.
10: The Drums of Omdurman
11: The Queen of Sheba
12: Orient Express
13: London Blackout

(The original filename which became this book is "Isaac Heron"; the collection is original to this Library.)
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