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Summary

Conan and Valeria discover a lost city that is walled in and roofed over, allowing none to enter or leave. Within its walls are riches beyond compare and a seething war between the tribes of degenerates who live there.

FNH audio presents an unabridged reading of Red Nails. Red Nails was the last Conan story penned by Robert E. Howard and is often represented by Howard scholars as one of the best.

©2016 Robert E. Howard (P)2016 FNH Audio

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Great Conan Tale, and well voiced

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Please get more of Robert E Howard's Conan tales up on on audible.co.uk. Great audio books already available on .com, but can't access them from Ireland.

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  • 24-05-20

An unfortunate narrator.

The narrator is far too effeminate to be doing Conan. It's a great story despite that and worth a listen.