Apr 15, 2021
Great Tales of Action and Adventure
Posted by George Bennett Saki Arthur Conan Doyle Arthur C. Clarke William Fryer Harvey C.E. Montague Jack London Edgar Allan Poe

CONTENTSThe Bamboo Trap by Robert s LemmonLeiningen Versus The Ants by Carl StephensonThe Blue Cross by G.K ChestertonThe Most Dangerous Game by Richard ConnellThe Fourth Man by John RussellThe Interlopers by SakiThe Adventure of the Dancing Men by Arthur Conan DoyleThe Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allan PoeRescue Party by Arthur C ClarkeAugust Heat by W.F HarveyTo BuCONTENTSThe Bamboo Trap by Robert s LemmonLeiningen Versus The Ants by Carl StephensonThe Blue Cross by G.K ChestertonThe Most Dangerous Game by Richard ConnellThe Fourth Man by John RussellThe Interlopers by SakiThe Adventure of the Dancing Men by Arthur Conan DoyleThe Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allan PoeRescue Party by Arthur C ClarkeAugust Heat by W.F HarveyTo Build A Fire by Jack LondonAction by C.E Montague

  • Title: Great Tales of Action and Adventure
  • Author: George Bennett Saki Arthur Conan Doyle Arthur C. Clarke William Fryer Harvey C.E. Montague Jack London Edgar Allan Poe
  • ISBN: 9780440932024
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Great Tales of Action and Adventure CONTENTSThe Bamboo Trap by Robert s LemmonLeiningen Versus The Ants by Carl StephensonThe Blue Cross by G K ChestertonThe Most Dangerous Game by Richard ConnellThe Fourth Man by John RussellThe Interl

    Larry

    First published some 50 years ago, this collection of stories shows a bit of aging in what short stories are selected I found it interesting that, for me, the best works were from writings that were already rather old for the time of publication a Father Brown tale from G.K Chesterton, a Sherlock Holmes tale from Arthur Conan Doyle, and superbly ageless word craft from Jack London On the other hand, the forward looking science fiction tale from Arthur C Clarke seemed especially dated All in all, [...]


    R.K. Cowles

    3 1 2 stars


    Chris Gager

    This was a pretty popular book in the 50 s 60 s but the cover I remember was different unless it was a different book I think this is the one though To Build a Fire probably the most well known but others are classics too, several being made into movies Date read is a guess.


    Matthew Mitchell

    Fun compilation for vacation reading Never a dull moment.


    Larry Yoshida

    Had this as a kid and found it again 40 years later in a used bookstore This makes a great introduction to reading for kids.


    Joseph

    I liked the stories by Arthur C Clarke, Jack London, and Carl Stephenson than the others.



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