By Harold Lamb
A grasp of riding velocity, unique surroundings, and intricate plotting, Harold Lamb used to be considered one of Robert E. Howard's favourite writers. the following finally is each pulse-pounding, action-packed tale of Lamb's maximum hero, Khlit the Cossack, the “wolf of the steppes.” trip with the unsung grandfather of sword and sorcery looking for old tombs, sparkling treasure, and exciting landscapes. fit wits with lethal swordsmen, scheming clergymen, and evil cults. Rescue gorgeous damsels, journey with daring comrades, and chance every thing in your brains, ability, and a bit luck. This four-volume set collects for the 1st time the whole Cossack tales of Harold Lamb: each experience of Khlit the Cossack and people of his acquaintances, allies, and fellow Cossacks, lots of that have by no means seemed among ebook covers. Compiled and edited through the Harold Lamb pupil Howard Andrew Jones, each one quantity positive factors essays Lamb wrote approximately his tales, an informative advent by way of a favored writer, and a wealth of infrequent, intriguing, swashbuckling fiction. In this 3rd quantity, the wily outdated Cossack Khlit can have elderly yet he is misplaced none of his guile. He shepherds his rushing grandson Kirdy into one experience after one other, ultimately uniting along with his allies Ayub and Demid within the climactic tale White Falcon—out of print because the Twenties. the following too are the exploits of Ayub and Demid, risking all to protect the perilous Russian border from marauding Turks, Tatars, or even bloodthirsty Russian nobles.