In The Lost Beasts of Ta’Tamba, Ki-gor faces cannibals, crocodiles, a fight to the death in a jungle colosseum against maddened gorillas, and the pet lioness of the fiendish usurper of a hidden kingdom in this tale of jungle justice.
Ki-Gor, White Lord of the Jungle, and Brend, boy-emperor of the Stolen Kingdom, battled side by side against the thousand warrior-beasts of Ramfis. Crawling swamp lizards would have had a better chance of victory. But struggling in the claws of Durga-Rama, the fiend usurper, Helene cried: “Ki-Gor, my mate, will save me!”
John Peter Drummond was the “house name” used to write the Ki-Gor stories in the Jungle Stories magazine.
The Lost Beasts of Ta’Tamba by John Peter Drummond was published in Jungle Stories in the Winter 1948 issue.
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