(From the publisher):
Master of driving pace, exotic setting, and complex plotting, Harold Lamb was one of Robert E. Howardís favorite writers. Here at last is every pulse-pounding, action-packed story of Lambís greatest hero, the wolf of the steppes, Khlit the Cossack. Journey now with the unsung grandfather of sword and sorcery in search of ancient tombs, gleaming treasure, and thrilling landscapes. Match wits with deadly swordsmen, scheming priests, and evil cults. Rescue lovely damsels, ride with bold comrades, and hazard everything on your brains and skill and a little luck.
Warriors of the Steppes is the second in a four-volume set that collects, for the first time, the complete Cossack stories of Harold Lamb and presents them in order: every adventure of Khlit the Cossack and those of his friends, allies, and fellow Cossacks, many of which have never before appeared between book covers. Compiled and edited by the Harold Lamb scholar Howard Andrew Jones, each volume features never-before reprinted essays Lamb wrote about his stories, informative introductions by popular authors, and a wealth of rare, exciting, swashbuckling fiction.
This second volume collects all five tales of Khlitís greatest friend, the valorous Abdul Dost, and Dostís comrade Sir Ralph Weyand. Life across the Roof of the World is more dangerous than ever as Khlit teams up with Abdul to thwart a gang of kidnappers, stamp out a cult of stranglers, save the dazzling Retha, and reluctantly lead an Afghani rebellion against the forces of the Mogul. Contained herein are the three never-before-collected stories of Khlit the Cossack, including the short novel The Curved Sword.
- The Lion Cub
- The Skull of Shirzad Mir
- Said Afzel's Elephant
- Prophecy of the Blind
- Rose Face
- Ameer of the Sea
- Law of Fire
- The Bride of Jagannath
- The Masterpiece of Death
- The Curved Sword
- About the Author
- Source Acknowledgments
Original title: Warriors of the Steppes
Genre: Fiction→ Historical→ Asia
Fiction→ Adventure→ Wild Frontiers And Exotic Lands
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