Content: Skull-Face (frontispiece) • interior artwork from Weird Tales Pictures in the Flames An Introduction by Richard A. Lupoff Skull-Face interior artwork by Hugh Rankin Skull-Face (1929) Lord of the Dead Names in the Black Book (1934) Taverel Manor by Robert E. Howard and Richard A. Lupoff
This is one the Berkley edition. All stories are thematically linked to Skull-Face. It is a bit complicaterd but all is explained in the foreword.
Now the Berkley edition of Howard is imho the best paperback collection of Howard there ever was. Started by Karl Edward Wagner with the Conan stories it covered also some other Howard material. I read somewhere that Wagner had to stop the work on this edition because of some behind the scenes machinations of L.S.deCamp.
The current Del Rey tradepaperbacks may be the definite edition textwise, but as far as a pulp reprint goes this edition is a marvel. You just can´t do it better. Careful historic introductions, the cover included as a mini-poster - sure, this is a gimmick, but a nice gimmick -, original art from the first publication in Weird Tales - what can you more ask for. And all just for $ 1,95 at the time.