I thought I had some Blak Dog Mundy books, but none of these.
Haven't read these and probably won't get around to 'em.
I've read "In a Righteous Cause." Damn good stuff. And though these stories and essays were written over a hundred years ago, the style still seems fresh and conversational.
I used to read a lot of adventure and lost-race stuff, starting at about age nine when I'd purloin the library books my Dad had brought home. I always liked H. Rider Haggard the most (does anyone read him much any more?), but also read a bunch of Talbot Mundy a little later, the paperbacks commonly available back in the 60s, and really liked him a lot.I've not heard of these titles, so thanks for mentioning them.
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