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House of War
Roc, Oct 2003, 16.00, 384 pp. ISBN 0451529006 On an Earth that never was but might have been, Richard the Lion-Hearted never died while battling for control of Jerusalem. He went on to defeat Saladin and with the help of his half-sister Sioned he took away the precious Seal of Solomon from Sinan, the old man of the mountain. He was crowned king of Jerusalem and for over a decade he has reigned over the city he has come to love. Although he i...
Pride Of Kings
Roc, Sept 2001, 14.95, 464 pp. ISBN 0451458478 It is not generally known but on the day that Richard the Lionhearted was crowned King of England, he turned down another crown, which would have bound him to Great Britain in the Old Way. Richard chose the mundane over the mystical, leaving the island vulnerable to the evil spirits on the other side of the veil. An innocent cleric is duped into opening the door to let evil into the world...
The Sheperd Kings
THE SHEPHERD KINGS Forge, Dec 2001, 18.95, 512 pp. ISBN: 0312874227 Though considered barbarians, the Retenu through cleverness and superior transportation (horse driven chariots) conquer the Lower Kingdom of Egypt. Surprisingly, their Goddess Mare selects an Egyptian slave Iry as her priestess. Many of the Retenu are shocked by what seems as heresy by one of their most powerful Goddesses. At about the same time, Iry's cousin Kemni, w...
Tides of Darkness
Tor, Oct 2002, 25.95, 412 pp. ISBN: 0312876157 A hedonist of the worst order, Indaros Karelios seeks a good time whether he is wenching or drinking. Nothing else really matters to the member of the aristocratic house of Han-Gilen. Daros actually has talent, but chooses to hide his abilities so he could avoid having to attend Mage School. He fears that would cramp his style. When Daros gets in deep trouble and has to appear before the current...
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