Rather than footpads and cutpurses, plump merchants in purple silk and green brocade occupied the tables, but only the methods ... Conan learned that on the night before in Shadizar a dealer in rare wines had strangled his mistress on ...
Author: Robert Jordan
Publisher: Hachette UK
Before Robert Jordan conquered the bestseller lists with his phenomenally successful Wheel of Time series, he revived the legendary fantasy hero, Conan the Cimmerian. These widely acclaimed adventures introduced the world-famous barbarian to a new generation of readers. This volume contains three tales, CONAN THE INVISIBLE, CONAN THE DEFENDER and CONAN THE UNCONQUERED, all of which feature the storytelling magic and epic splendour that have made Robert Jordan one of the best-loved fantasy authors of all time.
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