Legion Pulp: The Last Laugh

ThelastlaughThis month’s Foreign Legion pulp story comes from the remarkable Short Stories Magazine–one of the big four of general fiction pulp alongside Argosy, Adventure and Blue Book.  This story appeared in the 10 June 1936 issue and was penned by Bob Du Soe who was an occasional contributor to the Foreign Legion genre.  It involves some seriously deep undercover work by American detective Jim Ryder who is on the trail of a criminal who’s last traces have led Ryder to the Foreign Legion.

The Last Laugh

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About Jack Wagner

Retired Army.
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One Response to Legion Pulp: The Last Laugh

  1. Chad Thorson says:

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