The Treasure of Atlantis, by J. Allan Dunn, , at sacred-texts.com
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During the first half of the Twentieth Century, the popular fiction magazines of the day—the "pulps"—played a major role in the development of new writing talents. They were a perfect apprenticeship for the young author, and a means of supplying a thirsty public with escape literature. Of the thousands of stories written for the pulps in this era, a respectable number went into book form.
Today, however, these stories are, in part, forgotten. Castaways of time… "Time-Lost."
After many years of research, the editors of Centaur Press have selected the best of these and fitted them into a new series. The stories themselves have defied time, and somehow have a flavor that is generally missing from contemporary fiction. This is another dimension of writing. Here is a high adventure series with direction!
WHAT ARE "TIME-LOST" BOOKS?
The basic premise of "Time-Lost" books is swashbuckling high adventure and heroic action. The setting is almost always in a realm that is strange to civilization. It may be the fearsome jungle of Brazil, flavored by the fertile imagination of Arthur O. Friel as in THE PATHLESS TRAIL. Or it may be the sword and sorcery exploits of Solomon Kane in Atlantean Negari as in Robert E. Howard's THE MOON OF SKULLS.
"TIME-LOST" BOOKS from CENTAUR PRESS
THE PATHLESS TRAIL by Arthur O. Friel
THE MOON OF SKULLS by Robert E. Howard
THE TREASURE OF ATLANTIS by J. Allan Dunn
THE HAND OF KANE by Robert E. Howard
TIGER RIVER by Arthur O. Friel
THE BOWL OF BAAL by Robert Ames Bennet
SWORDSMEN & SUPERMEN "Time-Lost" anthology
CAESAR DIES by Talbot Mundy
THE KING OF NO MAN'S LAND by Arthur O. Friel
SOLOMON KANE by Robert E. Howard