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Pulp Fiction Genres > Spicy Pulp Fiction

From the pages of Spicy Adventure, Spicy Mystery, Spicy Detective, and many more come stories where two fisted heroes are often faced with deadly decisions with beautiful, scantily clad women hanging in the balance for the victor. Although extremely tame by today's standards, this sub genre of the pulp era became known as the most risque and forever placed its stamp on how the pulp magazine era would be remembered.


Saucy Movie Tales July, 1936
by Saucy Movie Tales

Facsimile reprint from Adventure House of the July, 1936 issue of Saucy Movie Tales. Stories include 'Strip Acts Don't Pay', 'Red Pool of Dawa', 'Million Dollar Girl' and more!

Spicy Detective November 1940
by Spicy Detective

Featuring stories from the November 1940 issue of Spicy Detective featuring a Dan Turner Novelette from Robert Leslie Bellem.

New Mystery Adventures Jan. 1936


Spicy Detective April 1937
by Spicy Detective




  • Spicy Mystery