As usual, I have shelves full of old Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels and, in the interest of Spring Cleaning, I have been thinning the herd. I have most recently read these two books by Gardner Fox.
Kyrik: Warlock Warrior; This one is pretty racy, sexy for a tale that was first published in the 1950s. It is "in the tradition of Conan" but I've never read anything this sexy from R.E.H. Perhaps De Camp edited all the sex out? Oh, it appears Kyrik was published in 1975, thus the sexually liberated nature of the content.
The Hunter Out of Time is Pulp
Sci-Fi at it's, often disjointed and illogical best. This twisted time travel tale reminded me of the
writing style of Lionel Fanthorpe. Which certainly is not meant as an
insult to Gardner Fox, whose literary achievements speak for themselves.
Both books were great fun and true testaments to sunny days and the simple pleasure and relaxation of reading.