Volume 3 of the Talbot Mundy Library from Black Dog Books
This volume 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. Presented are the classics “For the Salt Which He Had Eaten,” “The Tempering of Harry Blunt,” “In a Righteous Cause,” and seven other stories and non-fiction pieces.
- Introduction by Peter Beresford Ellis
- Three Helios
- A Low-Veldt Funeral
- For the Salt Which He Had Eaten
- Private Murdoch’s G.C.M.
- At Maneuvers
- The Close Trail of William Walker
- U.S.S. Ho-Haitch-Ten
- In a Righteous Cause
- An Arabian Night
- The Tempting of Harry Blunt
With a new historical introduction by Mundy biographer Peter Berresford Ellis.
Cover art by Stanley L. Wood.
Trade paperback / 194 pages
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