A Great Book-length Ki-Gor Novel
The Silver Witch
by John Peter Drummond
“Fight me and you surely die,” the evil enchantress of the swamps warned Ki-Gor, White Lord of the Jungle. And with a reckless laugh he met her challenge, racing into battle against the bloodless, fleshless warriors of the immortal Silver Witch.
Angel In The Jungle — Exciting Jungle Novelet
by Lawton Ford
Spenser Frost trekked the bush from the Cape to the blue Nile; from Mombasa to Nigeria. But never had he seen the likes of this frail, young subaltern fresh from Sandhurst who was scheduled to lead a rebellious safari to Thunder Pass in the realm of the fierce, white-hating Amerrara. “Murder, pure murder,” Frost breathed.
Spears Of Fire — Exciting Jungle Novelet
by Alexander Wallace
A fortune in black wood — for any man with skin tough enough to shed barbed arrows; whose stomach could hold poisoned drink; whose heart was stout enough to withstand the treacherous Amofti tree-spirits. A fortune in mahogany... for Hardisty... if he lived long enough to take it.
Gorilla! Gorilla! — Short Story Of African Intrigue
by Anson Slaughter
The gorilla feeding grounds this hot Congo morning was strangely quiet and tense. Before dusk, the troop knew, the envious, wild young bull, Sarto, would challenge Kongnor, the great but aged silver-backed leader.
Ndembo! — Short Story Of African Intrigue
by M. E. Counselman
Kulonga’s “Ndembo Death” was indeed a superior miracle. But his resurrection — the villagers feared — would shake the very foundation of all great jungle juju.