Solomon Kane

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Baen Pub. Enterprises, 1995 - Fiction - 311 pages
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In the city of the living dead, in a jungle empire ruled by a vampire queen, in a land where manlike things with the wings of huge bats prey on humans, Kane's indomintable will and limitless courage carry him into battle against inconceivable horrors. Driven by the irresistable impulses he himself does not understand, fated never to call any land home, Soloman Kane continues on his endless quest, and cannot be swerved from it, even if it leads to the gates of Hell itself...

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About the author (1995)

Robert E. Howard was born in Peaster, Texas on January 22, 1906. At the beginning of his writing career, he primarily wrote pulp fiction and had numerous stories published in the pulp magazine Weird Tales including Spear and Fang, The Hyena, Wolfshead, Red Shadows, and The Shadow Kingdom. He created the character of Conan the Barbarian in the pages of Weird Tales. By 1936, almost all of his fiction writing was in the western genre and his first novel, A Gent from Bear Creek, was about to be published. He committed suicide on June 11, 1936 at the age of 30.

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