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Last of the Amazons delves directly into Renault (and Graves) territory, a quasi-historical, centered on the war between the Athenians with the fabled Amazons.
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Mundy dropped hints that he had worked for the British at one time or another while traveling overseas. Later in life, he would say that as a young man he was a bald-faced liar, so just how credible were these claims? Was Talbot Mundy a spy?
This week: Conan, Moorcock, Burroughs, and more fantasy, science fiction and horror goodness.
I first encountered Shea by way of the Cthulhu Mythos. I'd heard he was a good writer--this being in reference to his classic, Nifft the Lean--but I stumbled onto his Mythos novel, The Color Out of Time, first.
One hundred years ago today, A. Merritt's novella/short novel, "The Conquest of the Moon Pool," was unleashed upon an eager public. The story which spawned it, "The Moon Pool," had been met with such an outpouring of enthusiasm that editor Robert H. Davis practically demanded that A. Merritt write a sequel.