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The Wizard of Venus Volume 5
The Wizard of Venus

by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Issued: January 1973
New English Library
London
SBN 450013537
Paperback
Cover illustration by Richard Clifton-Dey
160 pages

Notes
The Wizard of Venus, a collection containing an Amtor novelette and a standalone novella by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Part 5 of the Venus Series.

First published as a collection by Ace Books in 1970.

First issued by New English Library in 1973.

Includes:

  • The Wizard of Venus - a novelette by Edgar Rice Burroughs, first published in Tales of Three Planets (Canaveral Press, 1964)
  • Pirate Blood - a previously unpublished non-Venus novella
Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Including first publication of 'Pirate Blood' - the last thrilling story of the master story-teller, Edgar Rice Burroughs.

The fifth and final adventure of Carson Napier among the exotic peoples and beasts of Amtor is Burroughs' THE WIZARD OF VENUS. Sequel to his fabulous four Venus novels, it is an adventure not to be missed as Napier encounters a new kind of science and a new master of alien deviltry.

PIRATE BLOOD, which is included in this very special Burroughs treat, is something no reader of the Tarzan-Carter-Napier novels will want to miss. Found among his papers long after Edgar Rice Burroughs' death, it is a complete adventure story of excitement, high-pitched action, and derring-do. Its hero, a devil-may-care experi-menter, designs his own aircraft and ventures among the little explored islands of the far seas to find that chivalry still requires the maximum of endurance and the utmost in courage.

 
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