Under the Andes
by Rex Stout
Publisher: ManyBooks 1914
Number of pages: 248
This early novel by Rex Stout follows two men and a woman on a vacation in the Andes .. a vacation which takes them to a lost world beneath the mountains! This novel is a scientific romance of the pulp adventure variety.
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