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The Face in the Frost, John Bellairs (the best Appendix N book you haven't read)
The Elfin Ship, James P Blaylock
The Traveler in Black, John Brunner
The Sorcerer's House, Gene Wolfe (less dark and more accessible than his Shadow of the Torturer books that usually get recommended)
Voyage of the Space Beagle, AE van Vogt
Dumarest of Terra, EC Tubb
Last two are science fiction, but old school from before it split from pulp. Worth your time if you're posting Conan.
>OP's pic
Check out the Solomon Kane stories, also by Howard
Also John Carter of Mars, Edgar Rice Burroughs

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The Elfin Ship and sequels by James P Blaylock - for goblins especially
The Face in the Frost, John Bellairs - cheating since it is in Appendix N, but it's not one of the usual suspects
Elizabeth Boyer - too many to list, but check it out
A Distant Mirror: the Calamitous Fourteenth Century, Barbara Tuchman - History is surprisingly D&D. Makes sense of Bandits, 30-300 Encountered among many other things.
Grimm's Fairy Tales - self explanatory. Older the printing the better, before they got cleaned up.
The Uses of Enchantment - it's about fairy tales, not literal magick
Biblical apocrypha, especially the Book of Enoch

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