East of Samarinda
In the Thirties and Forties, when the stories in this collection were written, adventure fiction filled the pages of pulp magazines month after month. Carl Jacobi's by-line was becoming as well known among devotees of action pulps as it had already become to faithful followers ofWeird Talesand other horror and fantasy magazines. Here are twenty-one pulse-pounding tales from the pulp era, most of them set in Borneo.
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