Tarzan the Magnificent
The half-dead American raved of an unknown city…of women warriors ruled by a malignant wizard…of a great diamond, the Gonfal, with strange hypnotic powers…of a long-lost English nobleman…of the savage queen who had betrayed her duty and helped him to escape. Tarzan puts little faith into Stanley Wood’s story—until he sees the power of the Gonfal draw the American in spite of himself back into the clutches of the Amazons of Kaji. Then it is that the ape-man becomes once more the implacable hunter—for though he cares nothing for diamonds or lost civilizations, no one may be allowed to harm a man the Lord of the Jungle has taken under his protection.
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