Adventure is where you find it -- and here, through the pages of this superb new collection, you will find it in many romantic corners of the earth. A pitiless sea is the background for danger in "The Open Boart," by Crane, and Russell's "Fourth Man." Richard Connell and Wilbur Daniel Steele reveal the dramatic, often catastrophic effect of the jungle upon men, while Hemingway, in "Fifty Grand," and Steinbeck, in "Flight," bring us adventure that grows out of our own land. In these and six other equally dramatic settings, you will meet with suspense and breathtaking thrills as fate pits man against man, man against the elements, or man against chance.
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