Sword and Sorceress XIX
Marion Zimmer Bradley
DAW Books, 2002 - Fiction - 314 pages
A collection of twenty-five original "sword and sorcery" stories introduces a heroic cast of female characters, including a sorceress who comes up with an ingenious way to cure an entire village suffering from a devastating plague, in tales by Diana Paxson, Esther M. Friesner, Dorothy J. Heydt, and other notable writers. Original.
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WHEN THE KING IS WEAK
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