The Exploits of Kurt Dunder Vol. 1: Kurt Dunder in Africa

The world famous scientist and explorer Kurt Dunder gets an unexpected visit one evening by the ill-reputed author of dubious traveller's books, Jorgen Birk, who has an amazing story to tell.

Jorgen Birk has found the long lost notes and maps of David Livingstone's last Africa expedition in 1871. And they bear evidence of the existence of the legendary Polo people, a mongoloid race of giants, that were once believed to live deep inside the jungles of darkest Africa.

Kurt Dunder does not believe in such romantic nonsense, but when Birk is kidnapped, Dunder has to revise his views. Perhaps the map of Livingstone was right after all?

Assisted by his friend Bill Milton and Birk's chimpanzee Attila, Kurt embarks a journey into the jungle of Congo in a search for the elusive Polo people. But they are not the only ones looking for the secret - and the treasure. Soon the hunters are the hunted!

This is the first book in the KURT DUNDER series.




About Book

Page Count

47 Pages

Digital Release Date

March 19 2014

Age Rating

9+ Only

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