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Bedford-Jones, Henry James O'Brien: H. Bedford-Jones Sampler. V1. 22 May 2012

Henry James O'Brien Bedford-Jones (1887–1949) was a Canadian historical, adventure fantasy, science fiction, crime and Western writer who became a naturalized United States citizen in 1908. After being encouraged to try writing by his friend, writer William Wallace Cook, Bedford-Jones began writing dime novels and pulp magazine stories. Bedford-Jones was an enormously prolific writer; the pulp editor Harold Hersey once recalled meeting Bedford-Jones in Paris, where he was working on two novels simultaneously, each story on its own separate typewriter. Bedford-Jones cited Alexandre Dumas as his main influence, and wrote a sequel to Dumas' The Three Musketeers, D'Artagnan (1928).He wrote over 100 novels, earning the nickname "King of the Pulps". His works appeared in a number of pulp magazines. Bedford-Jones' main publisher was Blue Book magazine; he also appeared in Adventure, All-Story Weekly, Argosy, Short Stories, Top-Notch Magazine, The Magic Carpet, Golden Fleece, Ace-High Magazine, People's Story Magazine, Hutchinson's Adventure-Story Magazine, Detective Fiction Weekly, Western Story Magazine, and Weird Tales.

IRREGULAR BRETHREN

THIS story, told in a quaint Oriental Masonic lodge-meeting, has all the tropical color and dramatic intensity which Mr. Bedford-Jones handles so skillfully.

CLANCY, DETECTIVE

The first of a captivating series detailing the exploits of the most interesting detective since Sherlock Holmes—by the author of “Madagascar Gold” and “Geyser Reef.”

THREE SMART SILKS

Three clever silks cooked up an air-tight swindle. They laid the cards on the table — all above board — within the law! The bluff worked great — until a bigger bluffer came along!

THRUST OF A FINGER

Three cutthroats find that a dead man sometimes walks—with a little outside help.

THE BLUE BEETLE

Gambling with death in collecting fines for a Chinese governor.

RENDEZVOUS

As the French Agent said to the Young American, “Burke, you are a Scoundrel, a Rascal— and I have a Certain Respect for you.”

TEST PILOT NUMBER ONE

"If It Hadn't Been for the First Test Pilot, the Submarine Mail Have Been a Total Flop"

THE CURIOUS LUCK OF THE EARL OF PUGWASH

"Coincidence," You Say? But then, All Life is a Coincidence — from the Cradle to the Grave!

THE MIRACULOUS BUDDHA

Tales of the Strato-Shooters
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