J. Allan Dunn -- one of the most popular writers for the pulp magazines of the early 20th Century -- wrote voluminously on every subject imaginable. Here are three of his swashbuckling tales of pirates, full of colorful action, beautiful women, and daring high-seas escapades! "The Golden Dolphin," a complete novel, tells the story of an expedition to discover what happened to a ship lost in the South Seas. "The Marooner," a novella, is the story of Long Tom Pugh, infamous buccaneer in the Caribbean, and his ship, the Scourge. "Forced Luck," another novella, tells of Barthelemy "Bart" Portuguese, superstitious freebooter, who believed a gold amulet guaranteed his success.