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    Intrigue:


    Intrigue

    • Publishers:
      • Pamar Enterprises, Inc., 10 Ferry Street, Concord, New Hampshire: Intrigue

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    Intrigue Magazine
    Title changed from Intrigue.

    • Publishers:
      • Pamar Enterprises, Inc., 10 Ferry Street, Concord, New Hampshire: Intrigue Magazine

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    Intrigue Mystery Magazine
    Title changed from Intrigue Magazine.

    • Publishers:
      • Pamar Enterprises, Inc., 10 Ferry Street, Concord, New Hampshire: Intrigue Mystery Magazine

    • Editors:
      • John Poe - Editor: Intrigue Mystery Magazine





    Jack London’s Adventure Magazine [v1 #2, December 1958] ed. B. G. Davis (Davis Publications, 35¢, 128pp, digest, cover by Emsh)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 5 · The Fortune Hunter · Jack London · ss 1904
    • 20 · The Collaborator · Geoffrey Household · ss The Brides of Solomon and Other Stories, Michael Joseph 1958, as “As Best He Can”
    • 23 · Shark · Hayden Howard · ss
    • 33 · Jungle Journey · Philip Wylie · nv The Blue Book Magazine Oct 1945, as “The Paradise Crater”
    • 56 · The Executioner · Honoré de Balzac · ss Cosmopolitan Sep 1888; translated from the French (“El Verdugo”, La Mode, January 30, 1830).
    • 64 · Old Holy Joe · James Street · ss The American Magazine Dec 1943
    • 77 · The Delicate Prey · Paul Bowles · ss Zero Sum 1949
    • 85 · Whiskey for the Sergeant · Richard Winkler · ss (r)
    • 98 · Duel on the Ice · Gene Caesar · ss
    • 107 · Survival of the Fittest · Don Berry · ss
    • 116 · Chance for Adventure · Max Shulman · ss 1948
    • 121 · Strange Ports · John Fleming Wilson · ss The American Magazine Aug 1910








    Jungle Stories    (about)
    Essentially a character pulp; each issue featured a lead novel about Ki-Gor. This character was an imitation of Tarzan, which has caused Jungle Stories to be heavily collected by some Burroughs fans. It should be noted, however, that while some of the novels contain fantasy elements, the series as a whole is not fantasy, since Ki-Gor lacks Tarzan’s ability to communicate with animals. The unusual circumstance of several Ki-Gor novels having the same titles is believed to be a side-effect of the re-use of cover paintings on which the story titles had already been engraved.

    • Publishers:
      • Glen-Kel Pub. Co.; New York: Jungle Stories

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