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Graydon, William Murray: The Jungle Boy v1 26 dec 2008
American-born writer of historical adventure and detective fiction who emigrated to England. Wrote more than 100 Sexton Blake Stories for the Union Jack and an equal number for the Sexton Blake Library in England; some of the former were later used as the basis for Nick Carter stories published by Street and Smith. Some of his Sexton Blake stories were rewritten and used in the Gordon Keith series in Brave and Bold. His American publications were in Munsey's Golden Argosy and Street and Smith's Army and Navy Weekly, Good News, Half Holiday, Medal and New Medal Library, and Round the World Library. Pseudonyms include Alfred Armitage, William Murray Gordon, William Murray, and Tom Olliver.
This was published 1905 in the UK in the magazine Union Jack (as the cover shows). It is a Sexton Blake story, but in a very exotic setting.
Very easy read, highly entertaining.
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