4 edition of Jimgrim found in the catalog.
|Statement||The Century co.|
|Publishers||The Century co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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First appearance of Jimgrim in Mundy's work. Not properly a Jimgrim novel, but Ommany and some of the supporting characters appear in Jimgrim stories. This is believed to be the general sequential order of the stories as well. All original Jimgrim stories were published in Adventure unless otherwise noted.
Date at extreme left is the year of first publication. : Bobbs-Merill Co, June 1921. Talbot Mundy: Messenger Jimgrim Destiny by Donald M. The Seventeen Thieves of Elalil. The series ran from 1922 until 1932. Om: The Secret of Ahbor Valley Adventure: 6 installments, 10 October - 30 November 1924. : The Hundred Days and the Woman Ayisha, The Century Co. " See more info about the Gault Papers at that previous post.
Jimgrim supposed dead in explosion of villain's monastery near lake Koko Nor. Reprints and later editions have been ignored. When they slowed up, there was the agonizing dread of pursuit. King -- of the Jimgrim Rifles.
No Jimgrim, but with related characters King, Rasmden, and Yasmini. The Mystery of Khufu's Tomb. I could imagine the rope chafing against the sharp edge of Jimgrim parapet as they paid it out hand over hand.
Yasmini is a well-known prototype and also an archetype known as the "dangerous woman.
King is the prototype of Mundy's British colonial secret service agents.