From book: Here are three stories that are full of swash-buckling high adventure and Howard's own particular brand of sword and sorcery. In the "Moon of Skulls", the author's great fondness for archeology and dreams of a lost race are never more manifest. Solomon Kane's quest has taken him to Africa where he comes upon the evil Atlantean city of Negari. Here is a land of lost gods, weird rites, and strange men; a long novelette that is typical of what we have come to expect from the pen of Robert E. Howard.
Still in Africa for "The Footfalls Within", Kane is beset by a weird horror that lurks in a hideously ancient mausoleum. "Skulls in the Stars" places the Puritan wanderer in England where he fights a spectral apparition on the desolate moors of his homeland.