THE GRAND CHAM, originally published in Adventure magazine in 1922 but never before in book form, is a grand story of revenge that begins in the camp of the Turkish lord, Bayezid, but quickly moves on to Venice, the deck of a galley, an overland caravan, and the tent of Tamerlane the Great, amongst many other places. When hero Micheal Bearn is crippled by Bayezid, he vows vengeance and escapes captivity, surviving when his companions fall, which serves only to strengthen his resolve. Barefoot, injured, and peniless in the land of his enemies shortly after the story opens, he lives to see his fortunes turn, and, most importantly, his vow fulfilled.
Used availability for Harold Lamb's The Grand Cham
January 2003 : USA Hardback
April 2003 : USA Paperback
November 2010 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition