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Ki-Gor, Lord of the Jungle

Ki-Gor, Lord of the Jungle by John Peter Drummond
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Pulp-master John Peter Drummond's Ki-Gor, Lord of the Jungle, brings back the most acclaimed jungle hero the pulp magazines produced. Born Robert Kilgour, the child of missionaries killed in Africa, Ki-Gor grew up in savagery, but developed a noble, generous spirit.

When red-headed Helene Vaughn's plane crashes in the jungle, Ki-Gor rescues her. How can she resist falling in love with this superbly-muscled, child-like giant, who is unspoiled by the corrupting influences of civilization? But this classic idyll of "Me Ki-Gor. You Helene!" is threatened when the jungle lord's mate is captured by raiders and she is threatened with becoming the "Bride of the Serpent God" - a ravenous, twenty-foot python. Then Ki-Gor himself is targeted for death by the evil "Warrior-Queen of Attila's Lost Legion." Accompanied only by his companions, Tembu George, the giant Masi warrior, and the pigmy chief, N'Geeso, Ki-Gor must battle the savage jungle beasts, cruel nature, and the treachery of men - if he and Helene are to survive the perils that threaten them and return in triumph to their tree-top home. A must read for fans of Tarzan and other jungle heroes.

Renaissance E Books; October 2002
180 pages; ISBN 9781588731395
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Title: Ki-Gor, Lord of the Jungle
Author: John Peter Drummond
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