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The War Chief By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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This is one of the most impressive Indian stories that has been written in recent years. Differing from the usual Burroughs tales of weird fantasy, it not only has thrills and excitement galore but... More > it shows us the beauty and grandeur of the life of the red man when he crossed the plains. The hero of the story is Shoz-Dijiji, the Black Bear, whose father and mother, Jerry and Annie McDuff, Scotch immigrants, were killed by a tribe of Apaches while crossing the plains to California. The infant was adopted by the chief of the tribe and raised as an Indian. Ironically, he was taught a hatred of the whites, which he bore with fanatical intensity. In the background of this vivid tale of the Indian is a romance, different than romance as we know it. Nevertheless, love is love in any language with every people, in all climes, and THE WAR CHIEF is a magnificent picture of Indian love. Written by America’s great versatile author, Edgar Rice Burroughs, it is another book that has that intangible something—personality.< Less
The Outlaw of Torn By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Who was Norman of Torn, the terrible outlaw, the fame of whose daring exploits was ringing through all England? Where did he come from? Was he of noble blood, as some thought, or a base born churl?... More > All that Norman of Torn knew about himself was that he had been raised by an old Frenchman in the decrepit Castle of Torn and that he had been taught swordsmanship, French, horsemanship and a hatred of the English. Even at the age of seventeen he was the greatest swordsman in England and his reputation as a fearless outlaw had traveled far and wide. At eighteen there was a tremendous price upon his head. At nineteen he was the leader of a fierce robber band of more than one thousand men of all kinds, from nobleman to serf; the only requisites for admission being willingness and ability to fight and an oath to obey the laws made by the Outlaw of Torn.< Less
Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Tarzan is the dream man we would most of us like to be. When we surrender ourselves to the thrill of his exploits in the African Jungle we are yielding to the pull of primitive impulses and are back... More > in prehistoric times swinging from tree to tree in glorious abandon through the primeval forest or fighting the great cave bear with our rude stone weapons. Tarzan is such a unique character, a majestic man and a noble beast, an aristocrat in civilization and a King in the Jungle. Tarzan came and he conquered and his marvelous adventures are today the favorite reading of millions of Americans. “Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar” is every bit as good as any previous Tarzan tale. It has the same breathless interest, the thrills, and the fascination. Long available only with censored text, ERBville Press is proud to present the original First Edition book version of this novel in the Tarzan Series.< Less
Pulpville Double 2: The Mucker/The Return of the Mucker By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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The Son of Tarzan By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Tarzan’s son inherits his father’s love of the jungle and by an extraordinary combination of circumstances is taken to the African Wilderness. The lore of the jungle came easily to him;... More > he battles mightily with Numa the Lion, with Hista the Snake, with crafty savages and slave traders till there is no one greater in the forest than Korak (the Killer), son of Tarzan. Long available only with censored text, ERBville Press is proud to present the original First Edition book version of this novel in the Tarzan Series.< 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 Girl from Farris's By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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This novel is one of several "realistic" stories which the author wrote. The "girl" is a member of the world's oldest profession and the "hero" is on a grand jury in her... More > case. See what develops between them. This book contains the entire text as it first appeared in the pulps.< Less
The Mad King By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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All Ludstadt was in an uproar. The mad king had escaped. For ten years no man of them all had set eyes upon the face of the boy-king who had been hastened to the grim castle of Blientz upon the death... More > of the old king, his father. Into this troubled country came Barney Custer of Beatrice, Nebraska, a virtual twin of the mad king. Upson Custer's second visit to Lutha, he squares a few accounts he was forced to overlook in his hasty retreat from the tiny kingdom after he had incurred the jealous hatred of the mad king.< Less
The Girl From Hollywood By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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In the foothills of the southern California mountains are the Rancho del Ganado, owned by Colonel Pennington, and a small ranch on which Mrs. Evan lives with her daughter Grace and her son Guy. Grace... More > 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 whiskey. Another neighbor is Mrs. Burke whose daughter, known as Gaza de Lure in Hollywood, has developed a morphine habit.< 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, "The Master Mind of Mars" is hard to equal. There is hardly a... More > page that does not hold your interest. Once the story gets under way, hair-raising episodes seem to tumble right over each other--they come so quickly. Besides this, the science is excellent and no matter how strangely the tale reads, it always, somehow or other, seems to have an element of truth in it.--Hugo Gernsback< Less