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Dunn, J. Allan: J. Allan Dunn Sampler. V1. 4 Aug 2012

Joseph Allan Dunn (1872–1941), best known as J. Allan Dunn, was one of the high-producing writers of the American pulp magazines. He published well over a thousand stories, novels, and serials from 1914–41. He first made a name for himself in Adventure. Well over half of his output appeared in Street & Smith pulps, including People's, Complete Story Magazine, and Wild West Weekly. He wrote approximately 470 stories for Wild West Weekly alone. His main genres were adventure and western; although he did write a number of detective stories, most of them appearing in Detective Fiction Weekly. He was a specialist in South Sea stories, and pirate stories. He also published a lot of juvenile fiction; including many stories for Boys' Life, primarily in the 1920s. A number of his novel-length stories were reprinted in hardbound, some under the penname "Joseph Montague" for Street & Smith's Chelsea House imprint; many of his books were issued in the United Kingdom. His stories were frequently syndicated in newspapers, both in America and around the world, making him, for a time, a very widely known author.

KING OF THE POD & KELLY THE SEA DOG
THE SCREAMING SKULL
THE NIGHT OF THE THIRTEENTH
THE GOLDEN TRAIL
RANGER STYLE
THE FLYING SKULL
THE DRUMS DRONE DEATH
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