Young Indiana Jones and the Princess of Peril is the fifth young adult novel in the series from Random House, and the third by author Les Martin. It was released in 1991 and was adapted as a newspaper comic strip in the United Kingdom that same year.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
How do you spell "danger" in Russia? Try P-R-I-N-C-E-S-S!
Indy has a new friend with royal blood. What's more, she's involved in a revolutionary plot. The Russian secret police are after her—and they aren't the only ones!
But will Indy ever desert another kid? No way!
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Ahriman (Mentioned only)
- Omar Feraki
- Henry Walton Jones, Sr.
- Indiana Jones
- Fedor Kipiani
- Sam Magee (Mentioned only)
- Herman Mueller (Mentioned only)
- Muhammad (Mentioned only)
- Ormazd (Mentioned only)
- Tamar Rustava
- Petor Sourian
Locations[edit | edit source]
- Baku, Russia
- Saint Petersburg, Russia
- Nevsky Prospekt
- Tiflis, Georgia
- Fresno, California (Mentioned only)
- Paris, France (Mentioned only)
Miscellanea[edit | edit source]
- Christianity (Mentioned only)
- Islam (Mentioned only)
- Ten Bullets to Tombstone
- Zoroastrianism (Mentioned only)
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The historical note closes with the tease of a future story with Jones and Princess Tamar set years later.