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Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan: The Mark of the Red Hyena

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Big Little Book Series
The Senseless slaughter of game puzzles Tarzan. Who could be directing this ruthless massacre? The killers carry an evil talisman--a scarlet hyena paw!

Hardcover, 249 pages
Published 1967 by Whitman Publishing Co.
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Rich Meyer
Nov 27, 2015 rated it did not like it
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I know it's only a Big Little Book, but this particular story was by far the worst written Tarzan adventure that I've ever read, and I've read them ALL and seen most of the films. Staid and boring, the bad guy is dealt with in the final chapter almost as an afterthought; it kind of seems like the author was expecting another chapter worth of the story to finish, and was forced to wrap things up way too quickly. Hell, even using the three pages devoted to advertising in the back might've improved ...more
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I believe I must have read this one when I was ten or so, but I didn't remember it at all. It's very much a story of the 60's, with Tarzan sporting a Ron Ely haircut and Jane wearing what look like go-go boots. It's surprisingly violent for a kids' book, with some of the characters being ripped apart by apes and one of Jane's guards being fed to hyenas when she refuses to play bridge with the main bad guy. It has a simplified plot and more of a feel of a newspaper strip or comic book story than ...more
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“Since he had no one with whom to play bridge, the round-eared scavengers provided a substitute pleasure when they tore apart a screaming victim.” 0 likes
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