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The mystery of the black jungle

Author: Emilio Salgari; Nico Lorenzutti
Publisher: [United States] : ROH Press, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st pbk. ed
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Few can live in the Black Jungle, a desolate place teeming with wild dangerous beasts. Yet it is among its dark forests and bamboo groves that the renowned hunter Tremal-Naik makes his home. For years he has lived there in peace, quietly going about his trade until, one night, a strange apparition appears before him - a beautiful young woman that vanishes in an instant. Within days, strange music is heard in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Translations in English
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emilio Salgari; Nico Lorenzutti
ISBN: 9780978270711 0978270711
OCLC Number: 316541855
Notes: Original title: I misteri della jungla nera (1895). First published in serial form as Gli strangolatori del Gange in Il Telefono di Livorno, 1887.
Description: 290 p. ; 23 cm.
Other Titles: Misteri della jungla nera.
Responsibility: Emilio Salgari ; translated by Nico Lorenzutti.

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Few can live in the Black Jungle, a desolate place teeming with wild dangerous beasts. Yet it is among its dark forests and bamboo groves that the renowned hunter Tremal-Naik makes his home. For years he has lived there in peace, quietly going about his trade until, one night, a strange apparition appears before him - a beautiful young woman that vanishes in an instant. Within days, strange music is heard in the jungle then one of his men is found dead without a mark upon his body. Determined to find some answers, the hunter sets off with his faithful servant Kammamuri, but as they head deeper into the jungles of the Sundarbans, they soon find their own lives at risk; a deadly new foe has been watching their every move, a foe that threatens all of British India.--Publisher.

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