This novel written under TJ Glenn's pseudonym Jack Tunney, is a wonderful supposition of a novel which points up what things Howard could’ve gone on to do if he hadn’t ended his life.Some of the language may be considered a little politically incorrect by today’s standards but read in the context of the 1930’s, it’s totally acceptable.

In the Irish episode, relatives of Fithal Mac Tir, the fae who figures prominently in other of Author Glenn’s short stories, are featured.It’s an enjoyable bit of pulp fiction, with an afterward making what might have been even more poignant.


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