Sword Woman and Other Historical Adventures 
Ballantine Books - Del Rey
Year :
January 2011
Book No. : ISBN-13: 978-0-345-50545-0
Edition : 1st
Format : Trade paperback
Pages : xxii plus 547
Cover art : John Watkiss
Illustrations : John Watkiss
           Sword Woman and Other Historical Adventures
Other editions:

"Artists' Forward" by John Watkiss
"Introduction" by Scott Oden
"Spears of Clontarf"
"Hawks Over Egypt"
"The Outgoing of Sigurd the Jerusalem-Farer" (poem)
"The Road of Azrael"
"The Lion of Tiberias"
"Gates of Empire"
"Hawks of Outremer"
"The Blood of Belshazzar"
"Red Blades of Black Cathay"
"The Sowers of the Thunder"
"The Skull in the Clouds" (poem)
"A Thousand Years Ago" (poem)
"Lord of Samarcand"
"Timur-Lang" (poem)
"Sword Woman"
"Blades for France"
"The Shadow of the Vulture"
"The Road of the Eagles"
Untitled Fragment "The Track of Bohemund"
Untitled Synopsis "The Slave-Princess"
Untitled Fragment "The Slave-Princess"
Untitled Fragment "He knew de Bracy…"
Untitled Fragment
"The wind from the Mediterranean…"

Recap of Harold Lamb’s "The Wolf Chaser"
Untitled Fragment "The Persians had all fled…"
"The Sign of the Sickle" (poem)
"Mistress of Death" (See Notes)
"Howard's Journey" by Howard Andrew Jones
Notes on the Original Howard Texts
Edited by Rusty Burke
Art Directors: Jim & Ruth Keegan
Typographer: Stuart Williams
The texts for this edition were based on Howard's original typescripts or the first published appearance if a typescript was unavailable.
"Mistress of Death"
There are two drafts of this story. The final paragraphs of the first draft appear to be a synopsis of the stories conclusion. The second draft stops abruptly as John and Agnes are about to run off to the house of Francoise de Bretagny. In SWORD WOMAN, the final paragraphs from the first draft were used to provide some closure.