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Raven
She called for a trickster to free an earth-bound spirit. He did more than that.
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Midsummer Folly
A journeyman mage discovers that the house she's staying in is haunted its previous owner--who wants her to bring him back to life.
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A Dream of Drowned Hollow
There are spirits afoot deep in the Ozark hills of Blackburn County, Arkansas. Things happen. Ghosts walk. Elemental creatures dance to the wild music of the rhythms of Nature. And those who've lived in the hills for generations can see them. But now there's activity of another kind ravaging the hills; bulldozers, chainsaws, and hunters of man and beast. As old-growth trees fall to developers, rivers are dammed, hollows are flooded, and residents are driven from land settled by their many-times-... more info>>
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Hammer of the Earth
The Stone God is building in power.... Defeating an empire takes many weapons, and Rhenna and her band--including shape-shifting panther Cian--must brave unpredictable dangers, crossing vast deserts, trackless jungles and impenetrable swamps to seek the Hammer of the Earth. Yet the Exalted Ge, who holds the Hammer in her stronghold, has set deadly traps that rise out of the Earth itself. Even if Rhenna and her companions can defeat a goddess, do they dare trust each other when the Hammer has don... more info>>
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Carmen Dog
In this dangerous and sharp-eyed look at men, women, and the world we live in, everything is changing: women are turning into animals, and animals are turning into women. Pooch, a golden setter, is turning into a beautiful woman--although she still has some of her canine traits: she just can't shuck that loyalty thing--and her former owner has turned into a snapping turtle. When the turtle tries to take a bite of her own baby, Pooch snatches the baby and runs. Meanwhile, there's a dangerous wolv... more info>>
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Salt and Sorcery [Treasures series 2]
Behind every great man is a woman--or two--or three--or four...
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Cold Spell
Eirthe was very annoyed when an evil wizard placed a cold curse on her. Not only did it interfere with her candlemaking business, but it really upset her pet salamander.
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A Dance for Darkover [Darkover series]
Mocking tradition? Or showing the best side of Darkover to the rest of the Empire?
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Freedom and Fame [The Dark Staff Series Book 6]
Some friendships are dangerous.... When Crystal and Etric find themselves in an unusual amount of trouble they should have realized that two people they never expected to see again had returned to their reality. Abby and Tristan are back ... and so is Tabor, who has problems all his own. The crews of Freedom and Fame team up to save the emperor, protect the last remaining heir, and face the gods and demons as they again work to help Abby and Tristan in the latest battle of their long war.
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Besieged Adept [Aetria Series Book 2]
Sequel to the critically acclaimed Wild Sorceress ... Adept Aetria, while learning to control her wild sorcery, has defeated a pair of traitors trying to kill her, found a long-lost twin, and uncovered secrets of the source and nature of magic. Now she continues her research while battling the remnants of the neo-Aggressor rebellion and integrating raw, untrained talent into the Sorcerer Corps. Meanwhile, she discovers deeper secrets of her own family background, along with a surprising new foe ... more info>>
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New Myths of the Feminine Divine
The Three Fates are down to only One Fate, and does She need some help! Aliens in a ceramic spaceship ruin Patricia's love life. A man-eating ogress wins her prince through her fine culinary skills. A theater professor travels back in time to find Shakespeare was just a "spear-carrier." A soldier saves her city by laying down her sword. A singer curses a city of fairies for their murderous xenophobia. Geneticists and shamans pool their talents to make a demi-goddess to save the dying environment... more info>>
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The Blessing of Pan
One of Lord Dunsany's few book-length fantasies, The Blessing of Pan is an important early fantasy from 1928, depicting English country life as a creeping paganism (sympolized by Pan) seeks to establish a new toehold, only to be confronted by a rational resistance. The Blessing of Pan is among Lord Dunsany's last major fantasies.
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Shadows of Prophecy [Ilduin Series Book 2]
What will happen when the assassins are defeated..." For Tess Birdsong and her companions there will be no warm homecoming. The death of one evil exposed the beating, seething heart of another far more dangerous power. Together they must go to Anahar, to help free the Anari people from their enslavers, and purge the darkness in their own hearts. But that ancient city holds more than the key to Anari liberation. In its temple lie the secrets of the Ilduin, women of almost godlike power. Tess, who... more info>>
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The Initiate [Time Master Trilogy Book 1]
The seven gods of Order had ruled unchallenged for centuries, served by the adepts of the Circle in their bleak northern castle on the Star Peninsula. But for Tarod--the most enigmatic and formidable sorcerer in Circle's ranks--a darker affinity had begun to call. Threatening his beliefs, even his sanity, it rose unbidden from beyond time; an ancient and deadly adversary that could plunge the world into madness and chaos--and whose power might rival that of the gods themselves. And though Tarod'... more info>>
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Guardians of Riverswams [An Age of Heroes Series Book 2]
When one of their own is murdered in Gulfport, the typically independent Mangarans unite to send a force against that port in a quest for justice. Confronted with no choice but to defend the port through which all their trade depends, the riverers unite when the only riverboat captain with any battle experience takes command for the "good of the river" even though it also means commissioning many apprentices still years away from readiness. Outnumbered in vessels and fighters, the riverers advan... more info>>
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The Double Shadow
Clark Ashton Smith--one of the "big three" classic authors from the legendary pulp magazine Weird Tales (the others being H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard)--began writing early in the twentieth century. By the 1920s, he became a regular poet and author in Weird Tales magazine, helping to usher in its golden age. "The Double Shadow" was originally published by the Auburn Journal in 1933 in an oversized edition limited to only 1,000 copies. Smith carefully signed and hand-corrected many typogra... more info>>
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A Woman's Privilege [Fate Series]
Akila's home is being invaded, and she is determined to get herself and her twin brother out alive--even if she has to turn into a sword to do it. (Note: this story later became the beginning of the novel Changing Fate.)
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Brighid's Quest [Partholon Series Book 3]
Fleeing her centaur clan's increasingly militant beliefs, Brighid Dhianna has begun to find peace and acceptance among the humans of Clan MacCallan. Still, she agrees to leave her newly formed friendships to guide her clan chieftain's grieving brother home. As she journeys, Brighid discovers that the long-dormant Shaman blood that runs so thickly in her veins will no longer be silenced. As seductive new powers begin to beckon, Brighid glimpses a future that is more impossible--and more magical--... more info>>
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Out of the Frying Pan
Eirthe, a candlemaker under a curse, hires the mercenary magician/minstrel Lythande to help her break it.
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A Line of Blue Fire
There is a power in the land. The mages have long known of it, and drawn on it. But the world is in flux, the gentle ways of the Mother being threatened by the growing influence of Her Brother/Son H'lal, the Warrior God. Hagen Templeborn is a product of both, born to a Priestess of the Mother, and sired by an angry, ambitious Priest of the new god. Along with his foster brother and sisters, he is student to the traveling mage Tanqui de Laqline, devoted to She Who Made All, who now walks the trea... more info>>
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Dragon Companion
Human Seeks Employment. Former Librarian with Dragonriding Skills... Thomas Whitehead, a mild mannered librarian from Iowa becomes magically transported to the magical kingdom of Carolna. Tom soon discoveres his new home has knights and castles, magic, and talking dragons. Tom has a chance meeting with the dragon, Retruance Constable, who finds him interesting enough to "adopt" him as his Dragon Companion. Tom's life becomes even more complicated when he must take part in driving invaders out of... more info>>
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Heretic Sun [Moon, Sun, Star Series Book 2]
The Exciting Sequel To Tyrant Moon! Deep in the heart of a ruined city lurks the power to destroy the world ... When Thraxis returns to Athraskani lands with his barbarian wife Arrow, he learns too late that the Black Council will not let their greatest tool go so easily. Soon Thraxis and Arrow are ensnared in a dangerous venture ... to discover the ruined city of Xaqqara and with it the lost power of the ancient wizards. Surrounded by enemies, sorcerers, and gods, they must find their way throu... more info>>
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Dragon's Gold
The Prophecy: A Roundear there Shall Surely be; Born to be Strong, Raised to be Free; Fighting Dragons in his Youth; Leading Armies, Nothing Loth; Ridding his Country of a Sore; Joining Two, then uniting Four; Until from Seven there be One; Only then will his Task be Done. When Kelvin was a child, his mother read to him from the Book of Prophecy and he asked what the poem meant. Now he was about to learn. The Kingdom of Rud languishes under the heel of a usurper; an evil sorcerer has taken the t... more info>>
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Winter Moon: Moontide, The Heart of the Moon, Banshee Cries
Three enchanting stories set during the magical winter solstice. "Moontide" by Mercedes Lackey: In an isolated land where the lure of the "Moontide" leads to shipwrecks, a woman is torn between obeying her father or her king. When she chooses to follow a Fool, she discovers magic she'd never expected...at a price that might be too high. "The Heart of the Moon" by Tanith Lee: Clirando, a warrior priestess unready to face the powers trapped within her, struggles under the curse of a dead comrade u... more info>>
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Portraits of His Children
Richard Cantling didn't regret the sacrifices he had made for his work, but he had expected his daughter to forgive and forget. When the painting arrives, it seems a gesture of reconciliation--until he's brought face to face with another of his offspring, one he never planned to meet...
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