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Book Information: Witch Shall be Born, a

Witch Shall be Born, a (1934) [Novella]
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Series: Conan Chronicles, the

Summary (IBList user synopsis):

Taramis, the Queen of Khauran, is unknowingly replaced by the witch Salome, her identical sister thought long-dead. Conan, her Captain of the guard, is overpowered and in the most memorable scene in the whole Conan mythos is crucified on a tree, yet still able to deal out death.

First published in Weird Tales dated December 1934.

Printed in:

  • Conan the Barbarian (1954) Gnome Press
  • Conan the Freebooter (1968) Lancer/Ace
  • Conan: The People of the Black Circle (1977) Berkley
  • The Conan Chronicles Volume 1: The People of the Black Circle (2000) Gollancz
  • The Bloody Crown of Conan (2004) Del Rey
  • The Complete Chronicles of Conan (2006) Gollancz
  • Heroes in the Wind: From Kull to Conan (2009) Penguin Modern Classics

Original title: A Witch Shall be Born
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionFantasySword and Sorcery

This work is a subwork of the following works :
     Conan the Freebooter (1968) [Collection]
      Authors: L. Sprague de Camp , Robert E. Howard
     Conan: The People of the Black Circle (1977) [Collection]
      Author: Robert E. Howard
     Conan Chronicles Volume 1: The People of the Black Circle, the (2000) [Collection]
      Author: Robert E. Howard
     Bloody Crown of Conan, the (2004) [Collection]
      Author: Robert E. Howard
     Complete Chronicles of Conan, the (2006) [Collection]
      Author: Robert E. Howard
     Heroes in the Wind: From Kull to Conan (2009) [Collection]
      Author: Robert E. Howard

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