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Representing a broad spectrum of genres and chronicling the adventures of the author's most iconic characters, a collection of short fiction and poetry features such works as "Hawk of the Hills," "The Valley of the Worm," "The Shadow ...

The Best of Robert E  Howard  Crimson shadows

Author: Robert Ervin Howard

Publisher: Best of Robert E Howard

ISBN: 9780345490186

Page: 503

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Representing a broad spectrum of genres and chronicling the adventures of the author's most iconic characters, a collection of short fiction and poetry features such works as "Hawk of the Hills," "The Valley of the Worm," "The Shadow Kingdom," "Red Shadows," "The People of the Black Circle," and "The Curse of the Golden Skull," among others. Original. 25,000 first printing.

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