Pulp Fiction Stories, Audio Book from the Golden Age, Releases the Paperback Book, Spy Killer

Book Publisher Galaxy Press, has launched for the first time together, an audio and paperback book of one of L. Ron Hubbard’s most beloved pulp fiction adventure stories, Spy Killer! Caution, dangerous women inside this book!

Los Angeles, CA – August 12, 2010 (via PressReleasePivot.com) — Galaxy Press has brought back to life a story from Pulp Fiction’s Golden Age, the 1930s and 1940s. “Pulp” magazines, named for their rough-cut, pulpwood paper, were a vehicle for amazing tales for the 30 million plus avid readers of adventure, mystery, science fiction, thrillers, westerns and even romance.

Set apart from the higher-class “slick” magazines, printed on fancy glossy paper with quality artwork and superior production values, the “pulps” were for “the rest of us”, adventure story after adventure story for people who like to read. Pulp fiction authors, such as L. Ron Hubbard, were no-holds-barred entertainers – real story tellers.

The audio book, Spy Killer, features a full-cast recording which combines skillful actors, music, sound effects, and handsome packaging that belies the $9.95 price point. Lori Jablons, R.F. Daley, Shane Johnson, Jim Meskimen (who also directed), and Tait Ruppert deliver the tale of a burly American who jumps a freighter, when he’s framed for murder in pre-Communist China where he meets white Russian Varinka Savischna, whom he manages to rescue from certain death. Listeners hear every punch, gunshot, and scream and will be impressed with how well the story holds up. Go to http://www.goldenagestories.com/wanted/spykiller to find out more.

Spy Killer was one of 260 novels and stories written by L. Ron Hubbard. His works have been selling for the last 7 decades, with over 164 million books sold around the globe, and translated into 50 languages.

About Stories From the Golden Age:
Stories From the Golden Age is a line of 80 books and multi-cast, unabridged audiobooks, featuring 153 stories written by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1930s and 1940s in any of the several popular genres of the day – mystery, thriller, adventure, science fiction, fantasy and western – using his own and any of the 15 pen names he used. For more information on Stories from the Golden Age, go to http://www.goldenagestories.com

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