The Wide World Magazine, January 1953, Australian Edition

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: The Chief's Daughter - a strange story related by a veteran Nigerian hunter - involves a ritual murder; The Mystery Man - an unusual story from a Merchant Navy Officer; Three Christmas Days - Reprint of a 1905 story related by a veteran Australian gold miner; Big Game Farming on the borders of Kenya and Tanganyika; Dead Man's Double - A very strange sea story; Australia's Prison Trees; Matcheli Makes 'Medicine'; Crack of Doom - a former Mountie's graphic account of a touch-and-go experience in the wilds of the Canadian Arctic (H. Stallworthy); Desert El Dorado - The Early History of Tennant's Creek in Australia; Our trip to Robbers Roost, a roadless wilderness in Nebraska; The Wailing Waterhole - the uncanny history of a Queensland Pool; and more. Chips from backstrip. Faint name atop front cover else unmarked. Back cover partially loose. Quality copy.