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ePub Lin Carter's Anton Zarnak Supernatural Sleuth download
Author:
Lin Carter,Robert M. Price
ISBN13:
978-1892669094
ISBN:
1892669099
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Publisher:
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1st edition (June 2002)
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Short Stories & Anthologies
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1255 kb
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Among supernatural detectives, Carter's Anton Zarnak stands tall, filling the literary stage with a mysterious and intriguing character. Lin Carter strove mightily to do one thing-to perpetuate the great heritage of fantastic fiction. He succeeded even beyond his own lifetime.

Among supernatural detectives, Carter's Anton Zarnak stands tall, filling the literary stage with a mysterious and intriguing character. Paperback: 432 pages.

Written by Lin Carter, Robert M. Price, Joseph S. Pulver, S. Pierre Comtois, . Henderson, John L. French, Ja This is the first complete fiction collection of Lin Carter's character Anton Zarnak. Zarnak was created by Carter to live and fight in the world of . These sixteen stories take you on the exciting supernatural adventures of Anton Zarnak. Written by Lin Carter, Robert M. French, James Chambers, James Ambuehl, and Simon Bucher-Jones.

Note: Carter's literary executor Robert M. Price has written eleven Thongor stories, some based on titles or outlines by Carter, most included in The Sword of Thongor (three also in. .Lin Carter's Anton Zarnak, Supernatural Sleuth. Price has written eleven Thongor stories, some based on titles or outlines by Carter, most included in The Sword of Thongor (three also in Young Thongor), and the remaining one in The Mighty Warriors (Ulthar Press, 2018). Marietta Publishing, 2000).

Zarnak was created by Carter to live and fight in the world of . About the Author: The late Lin Carter was a Grand Master of Fantasy.

Lin Carter's Anton Zarnak, Supernatural Sleuth. Retrieved 2010-08-04. Price, Robert M. (2000). ISBN 978-0-89370-013-3. The Mighty Warriors (May 2018). "Jesus at the Vanishing Point" in James K. Beilby & Paul Rhodes Eddy (ed. The Historical Jesus: Five Views. InterVarsity, 2009, p. 61ff.

In Carter's anthology Weird Tales Also in Robert M. Price (ed) The Book of Eibon (Chaosium, 2002). The Doom of Yakthoob". In The Arkham Collector No 10 (Summer 1971). Purportedly a translation from The Necronomicon. Collects Carter's three stories of this occult detective character together with stories of Zarnak by other authors including Price, Joseph S. Pulver, Pierre Comtois, . French and James Chambers.

Carter, Lin Characters Anton Zarnak. Genre/Form: Science fiction. Personal Name: Carter, Lin. Personal Name: Price, Robert . 1954-. Rubrics: Zarnak, Anton (Fictitious character) Fiction Fantasy fiction, American Horror tales, American. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

This is the first complete fiction collection of Lin Carter's character Anton Zarnak. Zarnak was created by Carter to live and fight in the world of H.P. Lovecraft's mythos. These sixteen stories take you on the exciting supernatural adventures of Anton Zarnak. Written by Lin Carter, Robert M. Price, Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., Pierre Comtois, C.J. Henderson, John L. French, James Chambers, James Ambuehl, and Simon Bucher-Jones.
  • If you're a fan of Seabury Quinn and his master criminologist/occult expert Jules de Grandin, you'll appreciate this collection. Lin Carter was quite open that this was intended to be an homage to de Grandin (as well as Howard's Steve Harrison and Rohmer's Neyland Smith), but Carter's stories stand alone very well. The stories by other authors are interesting, but the love for (and knowledge of) this sub-genre shines through in Carter's two offerings.

    The reviewer who found no Cthulhu Mythos in these stories was mistaken. Every single story makes reference to things Lovecraftian.

  • Robert Price is a genius editor. Rather than having his eight writers created new stories of the late Lin Carter's hero in the exact same mold as the originator, he let them run loose with the character. The results are 8 marvelous adventures, each giving us
    new and different approaches to Anton Zarnak' from action, to horro and even some comedy mixed-in. More anthologies should be this
    fun.

  • For fans of Lovecraft? From what I've seen this has nothing to do with the Cthulhu Mythos. No Cthulhu, R'Lyeh, Nyarlathotep. I don't think you should have "psychic gumshoe" in horror stories. It sounds like something from the kid's section. If you want Mythos buy Lovecraft.