Edited by John Clute.
'The force and fury of his writing . . . was powerful beyond his hero Conan's wildest dreams' Stephen King
This is writing as sheer, relentless excitement, from the grandmaster of pulp fiction. The indomitable Kull faces a deadly plot from the priests of a serpent god, and sleeps through centuries to lead an army in an epic conflict; a vengeful curse twists the will of the living and causes the dead to walk; during an elaborate criminal conspiracy in the wild west, the only justice comes through the barrel of a gun; and, of course, the barbarian king of sword-and-sorcery, Conan of Cimmeria scales walls, flexes his muscle and does battle with devious foes and grotesque monsters.