Adventure s Best Stories Stories chosen from fifteen years of Adventure Magazine Contents include The Song of Madame by Crosbie Garstin The Soul of a Regiment by Talbot Mundy Habit by F R Buckley Strange Fellers by Alan Lemay

  • Title: Adventure's Best Stories - 1926
  • Author: Arthur Sullivant Hoffman
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Stories chosen from fifteen years of Adventure Magazine Contents include The Song of Madame by Crosbie Garstin The Soul of a Regiment by Talbot Mundy Habit by F.R Buckley Strange Fellers by Alan Lemay A Gulp of Water by Lynn Montross Home From the Wars by james Parker Long The Knell of the Horn by Captain Dingle Breeches by Leonard H Nason Corn by FisStories chosen from fifteen years of Adventure Magazine Contents include The Song of Madame by Crosbie Garstin The Soul of a Regiment by Talbot Mundy Habit by F.R Buckley Strange Fellers by Alan Lemay A Gulp of Water by Lynn Montross Home From the Wars by james Parker Long The Knell of the Horn by Captain Dingle Breeches by Leonard H Nason Corn by Fiswoode Tarleton Antonio by F St Mars Marea s Fancy Man by Bill Adams A Pair of Mules by Nevil G Henshaw The Gap in the Fence by John Eyton Alias Whispering White by W.C Tuttle One Night and the Morning by Aaron Wyn King s Bounty by Wilkeson O Connel John Jock Todd by Robert Simpson The Victor by Dale Collins

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    1. For stories that originally appeared in a pulp magazine these were surprisingly good. But then again, they were deemed best by the magazine's editor. Enjoyable.


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