A Thrilling New Ki-Gor African Novel
Bride Of The Serpent God
by John Peter Drummond
Helene had been captured by the demoniacal followers of the Serpent God, doomed to sacrifice on a bloody altar. Only Ki-Gor, White Lord of the Jungle, and Tembu George could save her — by taking her place beneath the knife of the murderous High Priestess.
Kraal Of The Seven Rogues — Long Novelet Of Jungle Terror
by Day Keene
Seven men planned to halt the native uprising threatening all Africa — all knowing that one of them was the traitor plotting to slay the other six.
Trek To Djallon — Long Novelet Of Jungle Terror
by Ray Vicker
The Fulah drams pulsed their blood chant: “Bwana Masters mast die.” And Masters began the strangest trek of his career — a hunt to find himself.
The Emerald Curse — Long Novelet Of Jungle Terror
by Paul Selonke
A juju dagger waited for Carson in the jungle depths, yet he could not turn back. He had made a promise to a slender girl — a girl who had disappeared.
The Skull Of King Gwelo — Long Novelet Of Jungle Terror
by Llewellyn Hughes
Ward Harkness was defying the curse of King Gwelo, knowing death would be the old King’s answer — delivered from the rifle of a treacherous white.
Kroong — Short Story Of Peril Veldt
by Wilbur S. Peacock
The jungle has an ironic justice for those who violate its laws.
White Voodoo — Short Story Of Peril Veldt
by Stuart Friedman
Africa held a secret so deadly that none who knew it could live to tell.