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The Moon Men By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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by Edgar Rice Burroughs is the middle book of his Moon series (along with The Moon Maid and The Red Hawk). The story follows the invasion of the Earth by creatures from the Moon. The text used is the... More > original pulp magazine text.< Less
The Tarzan Twins By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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First published as a children's book in hardcover by the Volland Company, The Tarzan Twins is one of two juvenile stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs (the second being the sequel to this one). Our... More > edition includes a majority of the illustrations in the original edition, converted to black/white.< Less
The Tarzan Twins By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Moon Men/The Red Hawk By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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"The Moon Men" is the story of Julian 9th, who lived in the ruins of Chicago in the 22nd century, after the Kalkars from the moon had conquered the Earth. "The Red Hawk" takes... More > place 500 years from now. The Red Hawk (Julian the 20th) is the leader of the proud, desert-bred Yanks. The spear, the sword, and the bow and arrow are the weapons of this time. Thrilling sequels to "The Moon Maid".< Less
The New Stories of Tarzan By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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During Tarzan's early years, as recorded in book form in "Tarzan of the Apes", many episodes of his life were not related. In "The New Stories of Tarzan" (known as "Jungle... More > Tales of Tarzan" in hardback), twelve of those stories are told. This edition contains the original unedited text from The Blue Book Magazine and is illustrated with the original Blue Book artwork. The cover is by J. Allen St. John.< Less
The New Stories of Tarzan By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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During Tarzan's early years, as recorded in book form in "Tarzan of the Apes", many episodes of his life were not related. In "The New Stories of Tarzan" (known as "Jungle... More > Tales of Tarzan" in hardback), twelve of those stories are told. This edition contains the original unedited text from The Blue Book Magazine and is illustrated with the original Blue Book artwork. The cover is by J. Allen St. John.< Less
The Custer Family Saga By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Together! The complete saga of the Custer Family starring Barney and Victoria. Meet Barney Custer as he is traveling in Europe and runs into the Mad King of Lutha. Then Barney and Victoria head to... More > Africa to visit Tarzan of the Apes. Victoria meets the caveman Nu, who has traveled into the present. Then we follow them back to the stone age. Finally, Barney returns to Europe and the kingdom of Lutha.< Less
Beware! The Scientists Revolt By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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"A half-mile above city streets mystery and murder stalk a scientific penthouse, and Macklin Donovan faces unknown and deadly science." So read the blurb in Fantastic Adventures pulp... More > magazine for July 1939 when "The Scientists Revolt" was first published by Ray Palmer of Amazing Stories. The story was a rewritten version of Burroughs' original "Beware!", a political intrigue novelette. We present the original texts of both stories in this book.< Less
Conquest of the Moon By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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by Edgar Rice Burroughs. This is the original Modern Mechanics and Inventions magazine version of The Moon Maid. Illustrated.
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