OUTDOOR STORIES lasted a mere thirteen issues through 1927-28. Today, it's one of the rarest pulp magazines. One of its best-known contributors was the prolific J. Allan Dunn. Presented in this volume are three of his tales from OUTDOOR STORIES which, though long-forgotten, rank with his best work; gripping, fascinating adventures set in the exotic places of another day. The featured story is the novelette, "New Guinea Gold," a savage, epic tale of friendship, survival and revenge. Also included is a history of OUTDOOR STORIES, a biography of its editor, Edmund C. Richards, and an examination of Dunn's role in the magazine.