|Tigers of the Sea (1974) [Collection]|
by Robert E. Howard Richard L. Tierney
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(From the publisher):
Cormac Mac Art... descendant of other warriors from the time-forgotten lands of Atlantis and Cimmeria, molded in the tradition of Conan and Kull.
Lusty, savage, adventuresome, Cormac, known as "an Cluin", the Wolf, is a renegade and a pirate whose character was forged from the same cold steel as his relentless sword. Roaming the seas of King Arthur's Britain with his comrade-in-arms, the Viking Wulfhere the Skull-splitter, Cormac's battles with men and monarchs scale new heights in the fantasy kingdom of Robert E. Howard.
- Introduction by Richard L. Tierney
- Tigers of the Sea
- Swords of the Northern Sea
- Night of the Wolf
- The Temple of Abomination
"Tigers of the Sea" and "The Temple of Abomination" were found incomplete in Howard's papers and completed for this collection by Richard L. Tierney.
Original title: Tigers of the Sea
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Sword and Sorcery
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