Introducing a warrior fit to stand beside Conan...
"This man's eyes were narrow slits and of a cold-steel grey, and they, with number of scars that marred his face, lent him a peculiarly sinister aspect..."
CORMAC MAC ART
The seas of King Arthur's Britain rage wild and cold, and only the wild cold heart of Cormac can match them. With his Viking comrade Wulfhere the Skull-Splitter, Cormac battles thieves and monarchs alike in thrilling adventures that could only have been created by Robert E. Howard, master of heroic fantasy.
- Introduction by Richard L. Tierney
- Tigers of the Sea (completed by Richard L. Tierney)
- Swords of the Northern Sea
- The Night of the Wolf
- The Temple of Abomination (completed by Richard L. Tierney)
Robert Ervin Howard (1906–1936) was an American author. He who wrote pulp fiction in a diverse range of genres. His most famous character is Conan the Barbarian. With Conan and his other heroes Howard created the genre now known as "sword and sorcery" in the late 1920s and early 1930s.