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The Children of the Night, and Breed of Battle (Dodo Press)

by Robert E. Howard

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These are two short stories by the brilliant Robert E. Howard. Having previously read 'The Children of the Night' in a collection of Howard's horror stories, I only read 'Breed of Battle', which is about an American sailor who fights for money and has great affection for his dog. When his dog is stolen, he get rough. Although a violent tale, this includes quite a lot of humour. ( )
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