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The Questing Sword By Gardner Francis Fox
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LOVE, POWER, and HONOR In the turbulent days of fifteenth-century Italy, a professional soldier could win undying glory if he had a quick sword and a strong arm. Bartolommeo Colleoni had... More > both—and a fabulous stolen treasure to go with them. But, like every soldier, he had a chink in his armor. Colleoni's weakness was women. Bart found himself torn by his passion for two beauties-one dark, one fair-each intensely desirable in her own way, and both as treacherous as they were bewitching.< Less
Folly Hall By Gardner Francis Fox
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A Trap of Terror... When Beatrice Perrine's father suddenly dies leaving her with little money, she has no choice but to become companion to Lady Ione Carlisle. But as Beatrice begins her duties at... More > Carlisle Manor, she realizes that she has been hired to be more than just a companion . . . and it is with dread that she learns from the handsome Dunstan that the old house is known as "Folly Hall," built to the specifications of a madman. Beatrice soon discovers why, for she herself hears the strange sound of footsteps in the dark of night that threaten Lady Ione's sanity, and she sees the wild man who roams the moors and slowly begins to haunt her dreams. Beatrice is determined to find an answer. But does not know that as she steps into the murky past and uncovers the secret labyrinth built into the walls of Folly Hall, she is entering a deadly trap of sheer terror—from which there is never a return...< Less
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Brittany Stones By Gardner Francis Fox
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In the swirling London fog, Adele Putnam witnessed a very real murder-but when the killer and his victim later vanished, she began to doubt her senses. Her brother Michael told her to forget the... More > incident and to accompany him to Brittany, where he intended to study the ancient monoliths of Carnac, similar to Stonehenge. Adele was happy to go. Not only would she aid Michael in writing his book, but she could visit her girlhood friend Lysette, who had married the Count de Kerceval. But to her horror, she found that Lysette was dead, and the handsome grieving husband was none other than the man she'd seen in the London fog....< Less
Hardcover - The Return of Dargoll & Other Pulp Stories By Gardner Francis Fox
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This is the first volume collected and illustrated by Kurt Brugel. The short stories collected in the volume are from Mr. Fox’s earliest (1944) to his last story published (1982). There are all... More > types of stories being told. They range from 2 spooky/creepy (The Weirds of the Woodcarver and Rain, Rain, Go away!), 3 sword & sorcery (The Return of Dargoll, The Holding of Kolymar, and Crom and the Warlock of Sharrador), 4 cosmic adventures (Heart of Light, The Rainbow Jade, Temptress of the Time Flow and The Man Who Couldn't Die) and 1 history lesson (Cleopatra).< Less
Carty - Double D Western By Gardner Francis Fox
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Carty was a loner, the man they called “the Indian.” A white man raised Kiowa, he was wise in the ways of the ancient tribesmen, a man who could live close to the earth. He was also a man... More > of honor and, if he had to, he would kill when it was time for killing. Carty owed an outlaw named Morgan Chance for a bad debt. At first, Carty thought Chance would simply back-shoot him in repayment. Instead, Chance offered Carty a proposition: If Carty would accompany Chance's sister to the Checkerboard Ranch, the debt would be forgotten. Carty accepted. The trip to the Checkerboard Ranch was a long and hard one. A rival band of outlaws was laying for Chance's gang, and wouldn't think twice about taking his sister instead. It was Carty alone with a woman against a no man's land of unforeseeable dangers. Yet, if any man could survive it, Carty was that man. But even Carty was only human, and this time the odds were against him more than ever before...< Less
Borgia Blade By Gardner Francis Fox
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ROGUE OF THE RENAISSANCE “Biagio Marsanti stepped forward and slid out his long evil blade. Per Bacco! he snarled. You ill-guided fool. I'll shred that face of yours so that no woman will ever... More > want to see it again, by sun or candlelight! “He cut with his sword and the sound of its slashing whistled through the air. But where his enemy had stood was now an empty space. “Then, with grace and gaiety, Ilarion lunged in, his sword a needle of flashing brilliance. It caught Marsanti's blade and ripped it from his fingers, sent it flying with a high screech of steel. “Donna Dorotea screamed ..." Here is an authentic novel from the swashbuckling age of Cesare Borgia and the Madonna of the Roses. It is an uncensored reprint of the original best-seller.< Less
Woman of Kali By Gardner Francis Fox
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Barbaric India, land of languor, intrigue, strange appetites, exotic women, cruel and scheming men! It was in this India that the woman of Kali spun her silken web. She was Sharita, high priestess of... More > the cult of death, mistress of forbidden rites, who used her strange powers in a plot to seize the throne of this great Eastern empire and destroy the foreign invaders. Then she met the tall, blond Pritchard, captain of the Madras Light Horse, whose great strength and fame as a soldier had traveled the length and breadth of India. In her pagan temple, with every wile of the Orient, Sharita sought to break this Englishman to her will and make him a traitor to his king.< Less
Hour of the Harp By Gardner Francis Fox
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Seamus McCarty, he of the black scowl and the curious gray eyes, who drove the flat-cart and glanced at me from time to time with a quirking of his bushy eyebrows, was almost as ungracious. We had... More > come from Ballinrobe, where the train had made its stop, between Lough Mask and Lough Corrib, with the Partry Mountains to the north and west, in a silence so thick you could have cut it with a bread knife. I stirred against that silence, feeling rebellion inside me. “Faith now,” I said at last. “Is it the cat who’s got your tongue, or are you afraid of the fairy folk?” He chuckled thickly, bobbing his head. “Aye, that I am. Or if not of the shee people, then of the Black Druid.” I turned my head and stared at him. “The Black Druid?”< Less
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