Conan: Scourge of the Bloody CoastLeonard Carpenter
Conan, hailed and feared as chief of the pirate brotherhood, has built an island kingdom on the stormy waters of the Vilayet.
Wielding cutlass and oarblade with relentless skill, he plays off one mainland empire against another amid the stirrings of a sorcerous war that will set the glittering inland sea aboil with blood.
Dangers loom on every side; the lure of ancient pirate treasure draws Conan into a sorcerous doom woven for him by the arch-wizard, Crotalis. But most fateful of all is the apocalyptic sea battle that will immortalize or destroy...
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Leonard Paul Carpenter (born in 1948) is a technical writer and author of fantasy and science fiction.
Among Carpenter's works are eleven Conan novels published by Tor Books, which he claims "make him the most prolific contributor, living or dead, to the Conan literary saga of the late Robert E. Howard." He has also written the science fiction novel Fatal Strain, and a number of short stories, articles and poems.
Leonard Carpenter. Wikipedia.
Conan :: Series
Series contains 75 total works.
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Related series The Conan Chronicles
Related series The Conan Chronicles Series
Related series Robert E. Howard's Complete Conan of Cimmeria