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One of the strangest stories ever written—the tale of a barbarian adventurer, a woman pirate, and a weird roofed city inhabited by the most peculiar race of men ever spawned! VALERIA, a woman pirate forced to join a mercenary army, killed an officer and fled into the wilderness. Conan, a Cimmerian, followed her, and caught up with her in a forest after a long pursuit. And that was just the beginning of this great yarn. This book contains the original text as it first appeared in WEIRD TALES pulp magazine as well as all of the original illustrations which accompanied this serial. This was the last Conan story written by Robert E. Howard and was published posthumously.

Contents

  • Red Nails • [Conan] • (1936) • novella by Robert E. Howard

Notes

Based on the original text from WEIRD TALES.
Contains original pulp illustrations by Harold S. Delay

Publisher: Fiction House Press
Year : January 2015
Book No. : ISBN-13: 9781312860254 (Hardcover with dust jacket)
ISBN-13: 978-1507698587 (Trade paperback)
Edition : 1st
Format : Hardcover, casebound (8.25 x 10.75 inches)
Hardcover with dust jacket (6 x 9 inches)
Trade paperback (6 x 9 inches)
Pages : 144
Cover : Margareth Brundage
Illustrations : Harold S. Delay
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Print on demain book by Fiction House Press.

One of the strangest stories ever written—the tale of a barbarian adventurer, a woman pirate, and a weird roofed city inhabited by the most peculiar race of men ever spawned! VALERIA, a woman pirate forced to join a mercenary army, killed an officer and fled into the wilderness. Conan, a Cimmerian, followed her, and caught up with her in a forest after a long pursuit. And that was just the beginning of this great yarn. This book contains the original text as it first appeared in WEIRD TALES pulp magazine as well as all of the original illustrations which accompanied this serial. This was the last Conan story written by Robert E. Howard and was published posthumously.

Tags: Conan / Harold S. De Lay / Margaret Brundage / Robert E. Howard