A Man Of Many Wives — But Only One Love
Fiery and French… she began in innocence, and ended as a sultan’s favorite concubine
From the back:
In the sultan’s harem, power was a blood-stained scimitar, love was the whim of a barbarian… and its ways prescribed by his Academy of Love. An empire’s most beautiful women had studied there. But none learned their lessons quite as well as the French girl named Aimée Dubuc
Featuring such thrilling pieces as She Drank Her Victim’s Blood, I Fell 50,000 Feet, Escape From The Wall, Stag Show Dancer, and I Dove For Treasure
via the Jordan Evans collection
Also, Legion Of Lust and The Secret Behind Saipan’s Blood Bath
This issue includes Robert E. Howard and H.P. Lovecraft (both writing a Cthulhu Mythos tale) and Robert Bloch and Otis Adelbert Kline and E. Hoffmann Price and Manly Wade Wellman and Henry Kuttner and August Derleth. The only one missing is Clark Ashton Smith, but he got a letter in, so he’s included too. And then there’s a cover by J. Allen St. John and interior art by Virgil Finlay. This entire issue can be downloaded here.
The cover story by Robert E Howard is a personal favorite of mine. The full text can be read here.