King Corrigan's Treasure
H.D. Couzens spent many years in Hawaii and came to know the South Seas first hand. In the early years of the all-fiction magazines, he found a ready market for stories in such periodicals as Metropolitan Magazine, Cavalier, Railroad Man's Magazine, Adventure, Blue Book and New Magazine.
Couzens became a reader favorite author for Adventure, before his life was cut short by tuberculosis in 1914.
With an introduction by Doug Ellis.
Cover art by Modest Stein.
- Mutiny on the Tonga Belle
- Salt of the Sea
- A Salvage Job
- Just Bait
- Corks and the Commodore
- The Devil Ship
- King Corrigan's Treasure (novel)
- A Bibliography of the Writings of H.D. Couzens
- Commodore Weaver
Another high quality adventure collection from Black Dog Books!
Praise for King Corrigan's Treasure—
"With the Englehart stories, Couzens came up with the closest to a Conan as he would in his too-short career as a fiction writer: a sturdy man’s man protagonist who survives a variety of hair-raising scrapes, including a shipboard encounter with an orangutan."—Blogcritics
"Though these tales are now a full century old, Couzen's prose is sharp enough to have been penned yesterday. So thank you, Mr. Black Dog, for another great book!"—Davy Crockett's Almanack
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