|Lost Valley of Iskander, the (1974) [Collection]|
by Robert E. Howard
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(From the publisher):
They called him El Borak
, meaning The Swift, for his uncanny prowess with the gun, the knife and the sword. It was a name that was woven into the legends from Teheran to Bombay.
Here is the tale of how El Borak discovered the descendants of Alexander the Great's soldiers who had remained isolated for centuries in the mountains. And how, with the aid of Bardylis of Attalus and the Sons of Iskander, El Borak plotted the downfall of his implacable enemy - the renegade Hunyadi!
The Lost Valley of Iskander contains three adventures of the mighty El Borak by Robert E. Howard, creator of Conan and Kull.
- Introduction by Darrell C. Richardson
- The Daughter of Erlik Khan
- The Lost Valley of Iskander
- Hawk of the Hills
Illustrated by Michael William Kaluta.
Original title: The Lost Valley of Iskander
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Male-Action/Adventure
Fiction→ Historical→ Asia
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