Author:Talbot Mundy

Talbot Mundy
(1879–1940)
born William Lancaster Gribbon; also wrote under the pseudonym of Walter Galt: a British pulp writer of oriental adventures. Best known as the author of King—of the Khyber Rifles and the Jimgrim series: much of his work was published in pulp magazines. His work was often compared with that of his more commercially successful contemporaries, H. Rider Haggard and Rudyard Kipling, although unlike their work his adopted an anti-colonialist stance and expressed a positive interest in Asian religion and philosophy. — Excerpted from Talbot Mundy on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

WorksEdit

(partial list)

NovelsEdit

The Yasmini storiesEdit

The Jimgrim, Ramsden, Ommony StoriesEdit

  • Jimgrim and Allah's Peace (1921) PG
  • Affair in Araby AKA Jimgrim and the Affair in Araby AKA The King in Check (1922) PG
  • The Iblis at Ludd (1922)
  • The Seventeen Thieves of El-Kalil (1922 Adventure; 1935 book)
  • The Lion of Petra (1922) PG
  • The Woman Ayisha (1922)
  • The Lost Trooper (1922)
  • A Secret Society (1922)
  • Moses and Mrs. Aintree (1922)
  • The Mystery of Khufu's Tomb (1922)
  • Jungle Jest AKA Benefit of Doubt (1922)
  • The Nine Unknown (1923 Adventure; 1924 book)
  • The Marriage of Meldrum Strange (1923 Adventure)
  • The Hundred Days AKA Mohammed's Tooth (1923)
  • Om—The Secret of Ahbor Valley (1924) (as Om, a 6-part sl in Adventure Oct-Nov 1924)

Other novelsEdit

Short stories and collectionsEdit

Others

  • "Blighty," (1918, Adventure) essay / filler
  • "The Lady and the Lord" (All-Story, Jun 1911)
  • "Jimgrim, Moses, and Mrs. Aintree", 1922 (First book publication of magazine story, 2008)

Works on Talbot MundyEdit

  • Talbot Mundy Biblio: Materials Toward a Bibliography of the Works of Talbot Mundy, by Bradford M. Day (Editor) Project Gutenberg
  • Last Adventurer: The Life of Talbot Mundy, 1984, by Peter Berresford Ellis
  • Talbot Mundy, Philosopher of Adventure: A Critical Biography, 2005, by Brian Taves

External linksEdit

PG Ebooks at Project Gutenberg
A larger selection of his works is available at Project Gutenberg (Aus)

 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1925.


The author died in 1940, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.