Robert E. Howard created the character Terence Vulmea or Black Vulmea. This is a pastiche by David C. Smith. 

She was a recklessly attractive woman, this Katherine O’Donnell. Fully rigged in the outlaw fashion of her crew, her wild red hair falling away loosely down her shoulders, and with eyes like chips of green flame, she looked worthy of the name that followed her about: THE WITCH OF THE INDIES.

He was a giant of a man, with beard and hair that flowed like black flame, a brace of pistols about his waist and dagger in his hand. There was no match for him on any of the seas; he knew no superstition. But he knew fear when he was challenged by the red-haired wench, he whom they called BLACK VULMEA.

Contents

  • The Witch of the Indies • [Terence Vulmea] • novel by David C. Smith

Notes

Stated 1st printing. “Based on the character created by Robert Howard, Black Vulmea”. Cover artist identified from artwork in Art Folio No. 8: Paperback Illustrations by Stephen Fabian, 2004.

Publisher:Zebra
Year :June 1976
Book No. :ISBN: 0-89083-267-6
Edition :1st
Format :Paperback
Pages :254
Cover :Stephen Fabian
Illustrations :None

 

Cover: The Witch of the Indies by Stephen Fabian
Cover: The Witch of the Indies by Stephen Fabian
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The Witch of the Indies

Robert E. Howard created the character Terence Vulmea or Black Vulmea. This is a pastiche by David C. Smith. 

She was a recklessly attractive woman, this Katherine O’Donnell. Fully rigged in the outlaw fashion of her crew, her wild red hair falling away loosely down her shoulders, and with eyes like chips of green flame, she looked worthy of the name that followed her about: THE WITCH OF THE INDIES.

He was a giant of a man, with beard and hair that flowed like black flame, a brace of pistols about his waist and dagger in his hand. There was no match for him on any of the seas; he knew no superstition. But he knew fear when he was challenged by the red-haired wench, he whom they called BLACK VULMEA.

Tags: Bran Mak Morn / David C. Smith / Stephen Fabian