She came from high society and she should have known she had no business associating with a gorilla like Wild Bill Clanton. However, the job she wanted done was plain burglary, and her code of honor wouldn’t let her turn thief!

Howard wrote some spicy adventure tales. For this one he used the pseudonym, Sam Walser.

Contents

  • The Dragon of Kao Tsu by Sam Walser (Robert E. Howard)
  • Blood and Fire by Alan Anderson
  • Pygmy Magic by Clint Morgan
  • Death Trail by Clive Trent
  • Diana Daw by Clayton Maxwell
  • Carboy of Death by Robert Leslie Bellem
  • Valley of Blood by Lew Merrill
  • Blood Has Sticky Fingers by John Bard
  • Queen of the Flaming Arrows by Frank E. Marks
  • Poppy Dust by Willis Vachel Keith
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Publisher : Culture Publications
Year : September 1936
Replica by: Girsasol (June 2006), Pulp Tales Press (November 2013)
Format : Periodical (Pulp Magazine)
Pages : 132
Cover : Harry Lemon Parkhurst
Illustrations : Unknown

Notes

Written under the pseudonym Sam Walser.

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She came from high society and she should have known she had no business associating with a gorilla like Wild Bill Clanton. However, the job she wanted done was plain burglary, and her code of honor wouldn’t let her turn thief!

Howard wrote some spicy adventure tales. For this one he used the pseudonym, Sam Walser.

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