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Originally published in the magazine All Around, in December 1916, this is a pulp-fiction story about two heros who stumble upon a trail of evidence leading to a mystical city deep in the Amazon, where everyone speaks Ancient Greek. "It's good to be back again, Morse, back to civilization, and it's mighty good of you to take me in this way." Stanley Morse looked at the orchid hunter as the latter leaned forward from the cozy depth of the saddlebag chair and stretched his lean hands to the blaze. The fingers were more like claws than human attributes; the whole man seemed little more than a well-preserved mummy, a strangely different person from the vigorous naturalist Morse remembered meeting three years before on the higher reaches of the Amazon—the "Flowing Road." The man's clothes hung in ludicrous folds about his gaunt frame, and he shivered despite the heat of the blazing logs that almost scorched his chair. "Nonsense, Murdock!" he said. "I'm only trying to repay your own hospitality. Do you suppose I have forgotten the time you took me into camp on the Huallagos River, when my raft had gone to pieces in the Chapaja Rapids with all my equipment? You've got the malaria in your system yet. Let me get you something to offset that ague."
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Joseph Allan Dunn (1872 – 1941), best known as J. Allan Dunn, was a prolific English writer; publishing well over a thousand stories, novels, and serials from 1914 – 41. After moving to America when he was about 20, he made a name for himself in Adventure (an American pulp magazine that was first published in November 1910). Well over half of his output appeared in Street & Smith pulps, including People's, Complete Story Magazine, and Wild West Weekly.
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Book Description Centaur Books, Incorporated, 1971. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0878180060