Black Gods and Scarlet Dreams
|Author:||C. L. Moore
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Jirel of Joiry, the first of the great female warriors, the beautiful commander of the strongest fortress in the kingdom, would face any danger to defend her beloved country. She wielded her bright sword against mighty armies, the sinister magic of evil sorcerers and fearsome castles guarded by the dead, even daring to descend into Hell itself...
Northwest Smith, the scarred and weathered outlaw, the legendary hero of the spaceways, forced to confront the terrible mysteries, the terrifying, mythic monsters of the universe...
Jirel of Joiry and Northwest Smith are C.L. Moore's greatest creations and she used them not only to spin spellbinding tales but also to explore the mysteries of the human psyche.
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I read my first C.L. Moore story as a teenager and was very impressed. At the time I was and still am interested in vintage science fiction. C.L Moore had stories published in the mid 30s until about mid 40s and her last stories ...
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