Cormac Fitzgeoffrey

Cormac Fitzgeoffrey is a fictional character created by Robert E. Howard. He is a half-Norman, half-Gael taking part in the Third Crusade. Howard wrote two short stories featuring the character and a synopsis that was later completed by another author. Although Howard was most famous for his fantasy fiction, especially Conan the Barbarian, the Cormac stories have a purely historical setting, albeit one with a heroic theme.

"Hawks of Outremer" was originally published in the Spring 1931 issue of Oriental Stories
"The Blood of Belshazzar" was originally published in the Autumn 1931 issue of Oriental Stories

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