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It's been nearly ten years since one of the original Sexton Blake stories was reprinted. Now, old-timer William Murray Graydon is back in the limelight with a surprise reprint in paperback format of his 1905 tale, THE JUNGLE BOY.

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The Shades of Pemberley part 1 FARMERPHILE · Issue 8 · Apr. 2007 · $10
CREATIVE MYTHOGRAPHY: THE SHADES OF PEMBERLEY [part 1]
by Win Scott Eckert · Illustrator: Chuck Loridans
Other content: The Roller Coaster Ride with Phil Farmer by Bette Farmer; Finnegan’s Wage, or, Portrait of the Farmer as a Joycean Fan by Danny Adams; Phil & Bette Farmer, Jack London, a Wife and a Baby, a Clean Well Lighted Hotel Room by Joe R. Lansdale; A Spy in the U.S. of Gonococcia by Philip José Farmer; Images of the Soul by Dennis E. Power; Bibliophile by Michael Croteau; Up from the Bottomless Pit (part 8) by Philip José Farmer
Notes: It is the Spring of 1927 and the Dowager Duchess of Holdernesse’s secretary, Augustus Moran, visits Sexton Blake. He is worried that his benefactor is going mad, with her stories of being haunted by the ghost of her distant ancestor, Bess of Pemberley. Moran describes the particulars of the “Pemberley Curse” which supposedly afflicts her and any other relation of the Darcy family who is present in Pemberley House. After Blake briefly consults with Sherlock Holmes, who has had prior dealings with the duchess’ late husband, the 6th Duke of Holderness, Blake and Tinker travel to Derbyshire to visit the duchess at Pemberley House, where he quickly manages to offend her with his detailed probing into her family history. The Duchess orders Moran to eject Blake and Tinker from her home. However, Blake is determined to see the case through.
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The Shades of Pemberley part 2 FARMERPHILE · Issue 9 · Jul. 2007 · $10
CREATIVE MYTHOGRAPHY: THE SHADES OF PEMBERLEY [part 2]
by Win Scott Eckert · Illustrator: Chuck Loridans
Other content: The Archaeology of Khokarsa by Christopher Paul Carey; White-Skinned Grey-Eyed God by Dennis E. Power; Sketches from the Ruins of My Mind by Robert R. Barrett; The Brueckel/Harwood Letter by Philip José Farmer; Bibliophile by Paul Spiteri; The Rebels Unthawed by Philip José Farmer; Star Trek’s Loss Is Your Gain by Danny Adams; Up from the Bottomless Pit (part 9)by Philip José Farmer
Notes: Sexton Blake returns to Pemberley House, taking with him Doctor Francis Arden, a descendant of the Duchess of Holderness's husband. This man, it emerges, has connections ... connections that can lay the Pemberley ghost to rest.
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The Jungle Boy NOVEL · 2007 · Wildside Press · £9.99
THE JUNGLE BOY; OR, SEXTON BLAKE'S ADVENTURES IN INDIA
by William Murray Graydon · Illustrator: None
Other content: None
Notes: This is a reprint of UNION JACK issue 85, published on 27/5/1905.
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