Francis James was known for writing novella-length potboilers as
headliners for various pulp magazines back in the 30s and John
Pelan has collected a few of his best. No one could write
preposterous weird menace tales like Francis James and these will
prove it: Mark of the Laughing Death, Dime Mystery Magazine,
November 1936 Monster's Death Song, Terror Tales, December 1935
Slaves of the Midnight Caverns, Dime Mystery Magazine, July 1937
Arms of the Flame Goddess, Dime Mystery Magazine, April 1938 The
Women Who Killed for Satan, Horror Stories June/July 1939 The
Unwelcome Dead, Terror Tales, July 1935 Brides for the Half-Men,
Sinister Stories, February 1940 Merry Christmas from the Dead, Dime
Mystery, January 1937
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