London and New York: F. Tennyson Neely, . As one contemporary reviewer describes it, "'The Sword of the Pyramids' has enough adventure and fighting to satisfy any lover of the marvelous. The action... [furnishes] enough wars to accomodate the hero, who is a soldier of fortune" (Brooklyn Daily Eagle, August 28, 1898). BLEILER (1978), p. 23. Not in Wright. Octavo (19cm.); publisher's white pictorial wrappers printed in black, blue, and reddish-pink; vi,-363,(ads)pp. Wrappers rather soiled with a few tiny chips along extremities, shallow loss at spine ends, red spine lettering almost entirely faded, textblock uniformly toned due to poor paperstock; still, Very Good and sound. Forms part of the series Neely's Classic Library.