Citadel of Fear (Annotated): A classic pulp horror novel

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“Wonderful and tragic allegory … amazing and thrilling scenes … masterful … huge mystery, gigantic tragedy, and original and extraordinary situations…” H. P. Lovecraft

One of the greatest of all classics pulp magazines  dark fantasy,  by the  woman who wrote as Francis Stevens.

Lost in the Mexican desert, two adventurers stumble into the mysterious lost civilization of Tlapallan, populated by people of the night who still worship the ancient Aztec gods — and know that those gods are alive and active — and angry!

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