‘The Daughter of Erlik Khan’ is an El Borak short story by Robert E. Howard. It was originally published in the December 1934 issue of the pulp magazine Top-Notch. This is a small hardcover book with a limited run of 150 copies.

Contents

  • The Daughter of Erlik Khan • [El Borak] • (1934) • novella by Robert E. Howard
Publisher : Medusa Expression
Year : June 2007
Book No.: None
Format : Hardcover (illustrated case binding, 6.25 x 9.5″)
Pages : 96
Cover : Serge Jacques (wraparound photo)
Illustrations : None

Notes

No dust jacket, wrap-around cover illustration.
“First Edition” on copyright page.
Complete number line on copyright page indicates first printing.
Limited to 150 copies, numbered and signed by Serge Jacques.
Artist credited on copyright page.

Original photoprint of the cover subject by Serge Jacques tipped in.
No ISBN.

A photograph by Serge Jacques on the inner cover

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The Daughter of Erlik Khan

‘The Daughter of Erlik Khan’ is an El Borak short story by Robert E. Howard. It was originally published in the December 1934 issue of the pulp magazine Top-Notch. This is a small hardcover book with a limited run of 150 copies.

Tags: Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Weird Tales