Legion Pulp: Outguessed

LEGIONNAIRE_2This short pulp story comes from the pages of Thrilling Adventures fiction magazine–specifically the July 1936 issue.  It was written by Ralph Milne Farley which was a pen name for Roger Sherman Hoar who wrote for several pulp titles between the two world wars and after his early career in Massachusetts politics.  Thrilling Adventures was a late competitor to the long running Adventure but only lasted from 1931 until 1943. This is a quick read and says much for planning ahead.  (Picture is not from the story.)

Outguessed

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About Jack Wagner

Retired Army.
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4 Responses to Legion Pulp: Outguessed

  1. Paul Bishop says:

    Hey! We included a New Pulp Foreign Legion story in our new Pulse Fiction collection … http://tinyurl.com/ovha7a7 … If you contact me via bishsbeat@gmail.com, I would be happy to send you a complimentary copy … Thx!

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  2. jhovey11 says:

    Thanks for posting a good quick read for us.

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