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John Carter of Mars Volume 11
John Carter of Mars

by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Issued: August 1972
New English Library
SBN 450011690
Cover illustration by Bruce Pennington
128 pages

John Carter of Mars, a collection of two John Carter novellas by John Coleman Burroughs (uncredited) and Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Part 11 of the Martian Series.

First published as a collection by Canaveral Press in 1964.

First issued by New English Library in 1972.


  • John Carter and the Giant of Mars - a story that is thought to be a collaboration between Edgar Rice Burroughs and his son John Coleman Burroughs (writing as ERB). The extent of ERB's contribution is uncertain. The final version was first published in Amazing Stories in 1941, being an expansion of a story published by Whitman in their Better Little Book series in 1940
  • Skeleton Men of Jupiter - a story by Edgar Rice Burroughs, first published in Amazing Stories in 1943
Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
Here is the eleventh, and final, book in Edgar Rice Burroughs' best-selling Martian Series; John Carter is pitted against the infamous Pew Mogel, who has kidnapped his beloved wife, Dejah Thoris. The famous Warlord of Barsoom is lured to a deserted city on the shores of the dead sea of Korvas. But instead of his wife, he finds, a huge synthetic giant and hordes of great, white apes into each of which the brain of a man has been grafted. It takes all the skill of Carter's famous fighting arm and extraordinary agility to preserve his life - and meanwhile the sands of time are running out for Dejah Thoris!

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