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Will Murrays Pulp ClassicsFighting Aces eBook#27 July 1944Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of theMoreWill Murrays Pulp ClassicsFighting Aces eBook#27 July 1944Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.Fighting Aces was the youngest in the line of Popular Publications aviation pulps. It was strictly a product of World War II. The inaugural issue was published with a March 1940 date on the cover, as the world war was raging through Europe. After D-Day and the war began winding down, the pulp was closed down as well. After twenty-seven issues, the July 1944 magazine was the last one published. But during those glorious twenty-seven issues, American doughboys fought alongside the French, English, Australian and Canadian Allies in battle after aerial battle... pitting their skill against the Nazi scum. Fighter planes burst into flame and spiral to earth in these WWII tales of soaring action. Fighting Aces return in vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.Table of Contents:A Novel Of War-Torn SkiesGreenland Patrolby David CreweAll men had their price, Worth thought, as he fought and killed for money — until a day dawned in a frozen hell when he bargained with Death for — himself!Devil-Dog Wings — Smashing Combat Noveletteby Lance Kermit“You’ve forgotten one little thing, pal, about learning to live like a Marine. You gotta know how to die like one, too!”Not Expendable — Outstanding Sky Fictionby George Armin ShaftelYou’ve read a lot of nightmare stories about this war, but you’ve never read anything as nightmarish as this yarn about a guy who defeated a Jap plane carrier — with a ham sandwich!Heroes Won’t Stay Down — Outstanding Sky Fictionby Logan C. ClaybourneAn old battered sea cow, they called the Catalina — until the day they found an old washed-out ace to take her controls. And then they learned that you can take away the wings from a flying man’s tunic — but never from his fighting heart!Java — Or Hell! — Outstanding Sky Fictionby Ray P. ShotwellThey were outnumbered, outmanned, and Death barred the flaming road back. But they had one last mission left, and a summons: “I’ll see you in Java — or hell!”Ace Of Spads — Outstanding Sky Fictionby David Goodis“You’ve picked plenty of trophies outa these skies, Morrison. I’m giving you one last present. One fat German — very dead!”Meet The Thunderbolt — Air Fact Storyby David C. CookeThe one plane that Hitler really fears!You Asked Us! — A DepartmentThe latest about the North American P-51 Mustang and her sister ships which are making headlines today.Aircraft Spotters’ Guide — Special Featureby Raymond G. NevilleThe Grumman F6F Hellcat — one of the best-kept secrets of this war!Contact! — Special FeatureWith Sideslip JonesDust off your tired brain cells in Sideslip’s slipstream!Will Murray’s Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s.