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Conan the Barbarian is a Conan novel by L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter, adapting the 1982 movie of the same title. Although not credited in the book, Catherine Crooke DeCamp, Lion Sprague's wife, wrote the 3rd and final version of the novel. She has been credited by both L. Sprague and Robert Jordan for her collaboration. Jordan even goes so far as to completely remove any credit for Lin Carter in his "A Conan Chronology" that appeared in several TOR novels after Jordan took over as Chief Editor of the Conan series from L. Sprague de Camp in 1985.
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