Forgotten Tales of Love and Murder (Anthology of
previously unpublished short pieces)
"An Autobiographical Sketch" (originally published in Amazing Stories,
"Jonathan's Patience," an ironic, previously overlooked tale that
appears to predate Burroughs' professional work.
"The Avenger" (1912), a dark, violent story of revenge.
"For The Fool's Mother" (1912), ERB's first Western.
"The Little Door" (1917), a powerful tale of love, war, and horror.
"Calling All Cars" (1931), murder and romance in the hills of Los
"Elmer" (1936), a defrosted caveman comes to Hollywood. (This is
ERB's original version of the story his magazine editor revised into "The
Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw.")
"The Strange Adventure of Mr. Dinnwiddie" (1940), humor, seduction,
and intrigue aboard an ocean liner bound for Hawaii.
"Misogynists Preferred" (1941), demonstrating what happens when
a gaggle of woman-hating men meets a covey of man-hating women.
"Uncle Bill" (1944), a tale of horror in everyday life.
"The Red Necktie" (circa 1932), a stand-alone mystery puzzle.
"Murder: A Collection of Short Murder Mystery Puzzles" (circa 1932-1940),
seven fictional puzzles, featuring ERB's last series character to appear
in book form — Police Inspector Muldoon — and his trusted biographer and
sidekick, Edgar Rice Burroughs!
"The Dupuyster Case" (circa 1932), an unfinished Muldoon mystery
You Lucky Girl! (3-act
Donald Grant Publishers: 1999
Zeuschner, Robert B. Edgar
Rice Burroughs: The Exhaustive Scholar’s and Collector’s Descriptive
Bibliography of American Periodical, Hardcover, Paperback
and Reprint Editions - with a foreward by Philip Jose Farmer.
Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 287pp, 1996
Dial 1-800-253-2187 to order
a copy from McFarland for $46.50
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