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The plot concerns the resurrection of a mythical demon due to the theft of a sacred dagger, and an unrelated trap that lures Conan to the island fortress roamed by the demon. Due to its plot loopholes and borrowed elements from Iron Shadows in the Moon, some Howard scholars claim this story is the weakest of the early Conan tales.
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“You must be in a pretty big hurry,” McCord called to the girl. “You’ve forgotten to dress…”
A tantalizing, honey-lush blonde hellion, she fled from her motel shower into the arms of Wes McCord, bringing promises of passion and of a fortune in stolen loot. Then, with one flick of her petal-soft hips, she dragged him through a nightmare maze of speedboats, fists and kill-crazy hoods in a corpse-studded manhunt and treasure search that seared Florida’s Gulf Coast far worse than any tropic sun…
Straight out of 1968, baby!
Also We Made the First Escape From Goering’s Stalag Luft III and Flying Party Dolls: Exposing The New Airborne Vice Racket
This painting sold at auction in May 2010 for $3,585.00
Stag illustration, February 1962
Male illustration, November c. 1963
This painting sold for $15,535.00
This is one of the best pieces of artwork I have found yet. The whole story is told right here, from the aging SS officer in half-native garb to the (Aztec? Inca?) natives stacking the gold to the brave Yank hero saving the day. Amazing.
Also includes I Work The Nylon Jungle: Confessions of a Lingerie Showroom Girl, 10 Ways to Tell If You Are A Sexual Fraud, and Beware the Traps of Oversexed “Spinsters”