In a Righteous Cause
In a Righteous Cause: Talbot Mundy in Adventure, 1913 brings together for the first time all of the short stories and rare articles by Talbot Mundy that appeared in the pages of Adventure magazine during 1913.
The Talbot Mundy Library, volume 3.
Presented are the classic stories
- For the Salt Which He Had Eaten
- The Tempering of Harry Blunt
- In a Righteous Cause
Plus seven other stories and non-fiction pieces including:
- Three Helios
- A Low-Veldt Funeral
- Private Murdoch's G.C.M
- At Maneuvers
- The Closed Trail of William Walker
- U.S.S. Ho-Haitch-Ten
- An Arabian Night
Also included is a new historical introduction by Mundy biographer Peter Berresford Ellis.
Cover art by Stanley Wood.
"What surprised me, in all these tales, was the depth of Mundy's wit and skill of his storycraft. The two combined to deliver endings that left me smiling and eager to read the next story. . . . Talbot Mundy is one kick-ass storyteller."—Davy Crockett's Almanack
"This is a nicely produced book. . . . The stories in this third volume of the series are representative enough of his best (and less-known) work that they should encourage Mundy-philes to pick up all the volumes as they appear."—Dime Novel Round-Up
Read the complete Davy Crockett's Almanack review here.
|Title:||In a Righteous Cause: Talbot Mundy in Adventure, 1913|
|Price:||$19.95 US / Trade / 192 pp.|
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