Kings of the Night

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Kings of the Night  (1930) 
by Robert Ervin Howard
Bran Mak Morn is a hero of several pulp fiction short stories by Robert E. Howard. In the stories, most of which were first published in Weird Tales, Bran is the last king of Howard's romanticized version of the tribal race of Picts. — Excerpted from Bran Mak Morn on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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