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The Horror Stories of Robert E. Howard by Robert E. Howard
Edited by Rusty Burke
Cover Artist: Greg Staples
Review by Sam Tomaino
Subterranean Press Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781596063327
Date: 30 Sept 2010

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The Horror Stories of Robert E. Howard is a great collection of all of the best horror stories from the creator of Conan!

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The Horror Stories of Robert E. Howard By Robert E. Howard Editor: Rusty Burke Illustrator: Greg Staples Published by Subterranean Press, P.O. Box 190106, Burton, MI 48519 750 numbered copies signed by the artist, $150 ISBN 978-1-59606-332-7 Table of Contents Foreword by Greg Staples Introduction by Rusty Burke In the Forest of Villefère A Song of the Werewolf Folk (poem) Wolfshead Up, John Kane! (poem) Remembrance (poem) The Dream Snake Sea Curse The Moor Ghost (poem) Moon Mockery (poem) The Little People Dead Man’s Hate (poem) The Tavern (poem) Rattle of Bones The Fear That Follows (poem) The Spirit of Tom Molyneaux Casonetto’s Last Song The Touch of Death Out of the Deep A Legend of Faring Town (poem) Restless Waters The Shadow of the Beast The Dead Slaver’s Tale (poem) Dermod’s Bane (Black Canaan, The Hills of the Dead Dig Me No Grave The Song of a Mad Minstrel (poem) The Children of the Night Musings (poem) The Black Stone The Thing on the Roof The Dweller in Dark Valley (poem) The Horror from the Mound A Dull Sound as of Knocking (poem) People of the Dark Delenda Est The Cairn on the Headland Worms of the Earth The Symbol (poem) The Valley of the Lost The Hoofed Thing The Noseless Horror The Dwellers Under the Tomb An Open Window (poem) The House of Arabu The Man on the Ground Old Garfield’s Heart Kelly the Conjure-Man Black Canaan To a Woman (poem) One Who Comes at Eventide (poem) The Haunter of the Ring Pigeons from Hell The Dead Remember The Fire of Asshurbanipal Fragment (poem) Which Will Scarcely Be Understood (poem) Miscellanea Golnor the Ape Spectres in the Dark The House Untitled Fragment Appendix Notes on the Original Howard Texts (20 poems, 36 stories, 4 fragments)

(Source: Subterranean Press)

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