Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels. Eden Phillpotts' "The Golden Fetich" is the 28th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series. Imagine being the son of a respected, seemingly well to do English lord, only to discover upon your father’s death that you had been left virtually penniless. That’s what happened to Roy Meldrum, son of Lord Meldrum, whose philanthropy had left Roy’s inheritance nearly exhausted. So with no money to his name, Meldrum was forced to sell all of his father’s trophies and belongings and even his home to regain some semblance of financial footing. But when Roy and his cousin Tracy made one last walk through his childhood home, Roy made a small but momentous discovery—an insignificant animal-hide pouch that had escaped his eye previously. Hidden inside this pouch were a golden fetich and a small scrap of paper. Scrawled on this paper were the last words of a long-forgotten Englishman who described the location of a fabulous hidden treasure hidden deep within the African wilds. It would be this dead man’s last words and the mysterious trinket that would take Roy and Tracy on a breakneck journey in search of fortune—or death from an unknown evil!