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'Each Deathly Eye'
James LaFond's impressions of Death’s Black Riders by Robert E. Howard
Death’s Black Riders is a tiny fragment, an opening scene of pure horror, as the dour Puritan swordsman—an Aryan avenger in Christian disguise—stands before an onrushing image up from Hell, unwavering, not shaken with superstitious dread but rather with the taste of the hunt for evil.
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