Authors > Ron Goulart

Pulp Historian, Pulp Style Ghost Writer, and author of numerous Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Detective stories all displaying his unique style of humor and satire.

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After Things Fell Apart

The time is a few decades from now, the place what used to be the United States, now disrupted by internal factionalism as well as a short-lived foreign invasion. Out of this chaotic background Ron Goulart has produced a swift-moving, witty and constantly delightful novel, a story of a future odyssey.

Year: 1970     Genre: HumorNear Future

A Talent for the Invisible

In 2020 A.D. even 20-20 vision wouldn't help you to see Jack Conger when he was working. Because Jack was an operative of the Wild Talents Division of the U.S. Remedial Functions Agency -- and his particular specialty was making himself invisible.

Year: 1973     Genre: SF Detective

The Avenger #25: The Man From Atlantis

A man turned green by a strange malady collapses on the streets of New York. Clutched in his hand is an ancient medallion. It is the key to an old civilization & a New Barbarism. Can the Avenger decipher its cryptic mesage before the forces of evil use it to destroy democracy?

Year: 1974     Genre:

The Prisoner Of Blackwood Castle

Rescuing a princess was sport for Harry Challenge! But how would his fearlessness fare against werewolves, automatons, vampires...and a pretty reporter?

Year: 1984     Genre: Adventure

Groucho Marx, Master Detective

In this inventive mystery set in Hollywood's golden era, Ron Goulart revives America's favorite cigar-wielding comic--Groucho Marx. Needing a project to occupy him between movie stints, Groucho agrees to act in a radio serial. But when a beautiful starlet is found dead before production even begins, Groucho is determined to find out who killed her.

Year: 1998     Genre: Comic Mystery



Want ItGot ItRead ItYearTitle

1970After Things Fell ApartHumor, Near Future, Fragmented America
1972Gadget ManNear Future, Fragmented America
1972HawkshawSatire, Fragmented America
1973A Talent for the InvisibleSF Detective, Jack Conger
1974The Avenger #25: The Man From Atlantis
1974The Avenger #26: Red Moon
1974The Avenger #27: The Purple Zombie
1974The Avenger #28: Dr. Time
1974The Avenger #29: The Nightwitch Devil
1974The Avenger #30: Black Chariots
1974The Avenger #31: The Cartoon Crimes
1975When the Waker SleepsTime Travel, Fragmented America
1975The Avenger #32: The Death Machine
1975The Avenger #33: The Blood Countess
1975The Avenger #34: The Glass Man
1975The Avenger #35: The Iron Skull
1975The Avenger #36: Demon Island
1976A Whiff of MadnessHumor, Science Fiction
1977CrackpotSatire, Fragmented America
1977The Panchronicon PlotSF Detective, Time Travel, Jack Conger
1979Hello, Lemuria HelloHumor, Science Fiction, Jack Conger
1981BrinkmanNear Future, Fragmented America
1984HellquadHumor, Science Fiction
1984The Prisoner Of Blackwood CastleAdventure, Harry Challenge
1985Brainz, Inc.SF Detective
1985Suicide, Inc.Humor, Science Fiction
1987The Curse Of The ObeliskFantasy, Harry Challenge
1988The Dime Detectives
A Comprehensive History Of The Detective Fiction Pulps
on Pulp Fiction
1998Groucho Marx, Master DetectiveComic Mystery, Groucho Marx, Hollywood
1999Elementary, My Dear GrouchoComic Mystery, Groucho Marx
1999Groucho Marx, Private EyeComic Mystery, Groucho Marx
2001Groucho Marx And The Broadway MurdersComic Mystery, Groucho Marx
2002Groucho Marx, Secret AgentComic Mystery, Groucho Marx, Hollywood
2005Groucho Marx, King Of The JungleComic Mystery, Groucho Marx, Hollywood
2007Cheap Thrills
The Amazing! Thrilling! Astonishing! History Of Pulp Fiction
on Pulp Fiction




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