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Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Fox By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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On December 15, 1927, William Edward Hickman entered a junior high school in Los Angeles and requested that Marion Parker, a twin, be allowed to accompany him to her sick father, Judge Perry Parker.... More > When the school refused, Hickman stated that they should call the Judge for confirmation. Believing that Hickman was telling the truth, they allowed Marion to leave school with him. The next day, Hickman sent the first of three ransom notes, demanding $1,500 in $20 gold certificates in exchange for Marion. When the ransom was delivered, Marion was in the automobile driven by Hickman. Down the block, the girl was pushed out of the car. It was then discovered that she had been murdered and her arms and legs had been completely severed from the body and were missing as were her internal organs. Hickman, then dubbed the “Fox”, was soon captured out of state after spending some of the ransom money. He was returned to Los Angeles where he stood trial. Edgar Rice Burroughs covered the trial as a reporter.< Less
The Oakdale Affair By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Published for the first time in hardcover, the complete magazine version of this mystery-adventure story. Gail Prim was missing; her room had been burglarized; the burglar... More > fell into the hands of tramps; Bridge from The Mucker comes to the rescue. Also meet The Oskaloosa Kid and others as this mystery unravels. The original magazine text ran about 34,800+ words. In 1937 when ERB Inc. published the hardcover book, the end of the magazine text was removed, as well as several other deletions and changes to the original text AND over 6,000 words were added. For the first time since its original magazine appearance in 1918, we present the original The Oakdale Affair. Illustrated.< Less
The Oakdale Affair By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Published for the first time in paperback, the complete magazine version of this mystery-adventure story. Gail Prim was missing; her room had been burglarized; the burglar... More > fell into the hands of tramps; Bridge from The Mucker comes to the rescue. Also meet The Oskaloosa Kid and others as this mystery unravels. The original magazine text ran about 34,800+ words. In 1937 when ERB Inc. published the hardcover book, the end of the magazine text was removed, as well as several other deletions and changes to the original text AND over 6,000 words were added. For the first time since its original magazine appearance in 1918, we present the original The Oakdale Affair. Illustrated.< Less
The Master Mind of Mars By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Edgar Rice Burroughs has written many interesting stories, but we believe, for downright originality and exciting interest, this story is hard to equal. There is hardly a page that does not hold your... More > interest. Once the story gets under way, hair-raising episodes seem to tumble right over each other--they come so quickly.--Hugo Gernsback This is the original The Master Mind of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs, with the complete text from its first publication in the pages of Amazing Stories Annual.< Less
The Man-Eater By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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This is the complete uncensored and unedited text of the original appearance of the story. "A native woman working in the little cultivated patch just outside the palisade which surrounded the... More > mission was the first to see them. Her scream penetrated to the living room of the little thatched bungalow where the Rev. Sangamon Morton sat before a table. He had heard such screams before. The one thing always uppermost in his mind and the one, great, abiding terror of their lives there in the midst of the savage African jungle was the Wakandas."< Less
The Cave Girl By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Waldo Emerson Smith-Jones (one of the Boston Smith-Joneses)--a tall and thin youth with an ominous cough--finds himself cast ashore on a desert island in the Pacific, so primitive that it is still... More > peopled by a race closer to the apes than to man. Waldo has all the advantages of wealth, culture and social position. And yet, when rescue came, Waldo turned his back on it and sought the jungle again. Waldo had become a cave man. Waldo’s brain, clogged with useless learning, was still nimble enough to outwit brute strength. He lacked only woodcraft and pluck. These were supplied him by the slim brown Nadara, the cave girl, who called him Thandar--the Brave One. How Waldo lifted the cave people ahead a couple of aeons in civilization, and earned the name of Thandar, makes a story rich in human interest and exciting action. This book reprints the original First Edition text of 1925, not available in hardcover since Canaveral Press’ 1962 edition.< Less
Lost on Venus By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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by Edgar Rice Burroughs. This is the second book in the Venus series and continues the story from the cliffhanger ending to "Pirates of Venus". The original magazine text, unedited, is used... More > in this reprint. Illustrated.< Less
Tarzan of the Apes - A Comparison By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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comparison by Richard C. Spargur and edited by Jerry L. Schneider. In 1912, Tarzan was fighting "tigers" in Africa. In 1914, they had been transformed into "lions", since tigers... More > are not native to Africa. But, what other alterations to the pulp text was performed by Burroughs' for the book version? This book answers that question in minute detail.< Less
The Girl From Hollywood By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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HARDCOVER EDITION. In the foothills of the southern California mountains are the Rancho del Ganado, owned by Colonel Pennington, and a smaller ranch on which Mrs. Evan lives with her daughter Grace... More > and her son Guy. Grace feels that she has dramatic talent and is determined to make a bid for fame as a motion picture actress. Guy has become involved in the schemes of Slick Allen who is selling stolen whisky. Another neighbor is Mrs. Burke whose daughter, known as Gaza de Lure in Hollywood, has developed a morphine habit. Fully illustrated.< Less
The Efficiency Expert By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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HARDCOVER EDITION. This is one of his "realistic" novels. There is crime and love throughout the story. The text is the unedited, uncensored original magazine text. Fully illustrated with... More > the original magazine artwork.< Less