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Emancipation And The Campus At Midnight By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Sep 15, 2020 — 277 reads, 1 comment
“I Finished The Lancer Conan Series, What Should I Read Next?” Plutonious Nimbus Wants To Know
Posted in Blog on Sep 14, 2020 — 184 reads
John Howard And The Fall Of The Champ, And The Sword Came Down By Samuel Finlay
Posted in Blog on Sep 11, 2020 — 186 reads
Adventure Fiction By A. Rohoman
Posted in Blog on Sep 11, 2020 — 172 reads
Andy Edwards King Of Dogs: Part 2
Posted in Blog on Sep 11, 2020 — 196 reads
The Mucker By Edgar Rice Burroughs
Posted in Blog on Sep 1, 2020 — 203 reads
J O H N H O W A R D In 2 Adventures By SAMUEL FINLAY
Posted in Fiction on Aug 20, 2020 — 179 reads
King Of Dogs By Andrew Edwards
Posted in Fiction on Aug 20, 2020 — 306 reads, 1 comment
Of Fear And The Gathering Night
Posted in Blog on Aug 19, 2020 — 424 reads
Marcus Casca's New Book Is In Print
Posted in Histories on Aug 6, 2020 — 174 reads, 1 comment
November 1890, Howard Pyle, Wilmington Delaware
Posted in Histories on Jul 24, 2020 — 233 reads
Kill Them All: A Review Of Chapter 1 Of Licensed To Kill By Robert Young Pelton
Posted in Modern Combat on Jul 17, 2020 — 313 reads
The Boarding Of The Loch Err And The Political Sanctity Of Sailor Enslavement In Post-Plantation America
Posted in Histories on Jul 8, 2020 — 226 reads, 1 comment
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Plantation America
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In this sequel to Black and Pale [also published in print as The Jericho Bone], Yusef, having survived the Egyptian Famine of 1201, seeks passage to India so he can find the woman he once saw in a flesh house tapestry and make her his—his carnal quest aided by the weird creatures stalking him across the Sinai at some sorcerer's behest.
 
The Combat Space Harm City to Chicongo Dark Age The Man Cave Guest Author Ron West