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Thongor Fights the Pirates of Tarakus. 1971 Thongor Fights the Pirates of Tarakus
by Lin Carter
Tandem Science Fantasy Edition, First Printing 1971
Universal-Tandem Publishing
SBN 426057090
Cover illustration by Gerald Wood?
160 pages
Price: £0.25

Thongor Fights the Pirates of Tarakus, a Thongor novel by Lin Carter.

First published by Berkley Medallion in 1970.

Publisher's Blurb – Lower Cover
Renegade wizard and pirate king – a dread alliance threatens the Empire of the West and the Flame Throne of Patanga

The sixth adventure of Thongor of Lemuria

From their impregnable stronghold the swift and deadly pirate fleet of Tarakus had ravished the main for half a century. The lawless realm of sea-going rogues had grown more daring and audacious until the lean black ships struck at whole cities, pillaging the ports of the South without fear of reprisal.

All this Thongor knew well, for long ere Chance or Fate or Heaven raised him to the highest throne of the West, he had been a roving adventurer, ravening with the sea wolves of Tarakus. Now a savage and ambitious leader had arisen to goad the corsairs to new enormities – Kashtar, Red Wolf of Tarakus, men called him. Wealth, mere gold, did not suffice to sate his furious hunger ... he would win thrones, kingdoms – an empire … Patanga itself!

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