William Murray Graydon, (1864-1946): An extremely prolific American writer for the juvenile market, Graydon moved to England around 1898, where he continued to write for the British story papers. His Sexton Blake in the Congo (1907) is well regarded
He died in Cornwall after a long illness, April 5, 1946, aged 83.
Looking for treasure the heroes travel to the Sudan, where they are captured by the Mahdi and held in Khartoum. They escape and after many adventures discover a lost race with a white king. This novel is said to have inspired ERB.
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