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59 books of Mel Keegan

In an era of storm and chaos, One will be born who will command the Power, but the ancient magic flowing in his veins like blood is a curse as well as a gift. The gods of sea and storm have taken Zeheft; and one night destiny brings Vayal's witchfinder to the water gypsies' camp. The Empire of the Atlantan has a slender chance to survive, and its struggle begins on this night.

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It's an age when sail and steam are technologies at war; the ancient tradition of the tall ships is ending. Men like Bill Ryan and Jim Hale are caught in the jaws of change: survival depends on courage, strength and a willingness to take terrible risks. Meticulously researched, amazingly detailed -- you'll treasured this one like FORTUNES OF WAR. Full info and samples at www.­melkeegan.­com.

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In a place where space and time collide, the future of mankind will be decided. On the edge of a region of space so terrible it has long been known as 'Hellgate,­' the super-­carriers of Earth's DeepSky Fleet play an endless cat-­and- mouse game with the starship wreckers, the privateers who, alone, can navigate the wilds of the Rabelais Drift. The super-­carriers are the most magnificent ships in space, but under the iron control of a corrupt officer corps, unanswerable to any authority, parsecs from the nearest center of civilian or military justice, these leviathans have become hellships where conscripts are used up and discarded. And in an era where enforced conscription is a way of life, anyone — everyone — will serve the DeepSky Fleet. Many will be assigned to carriers. It is thirty years since the Confederacy instituted its 'strong Fleet policy,­' first taxing the far-­flung colonies to build the ships, then conscripting their young people to crew them. Decades ago, Earth's . . .

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Desert storm, djinn and the riders from Hell ... Saracen, Templar and dark sorcerer ... unholy adventure in an age of holy war It is a time of conquest in which the Saxon is almost a slave in his own country, and the Holy Land is sundered by unholy war out of which there can be no winners, no real victors. And for young men like Paul Delgado and Edward of Aethelstan, no place is safe. Their own home is as filled with danger as the battlefields of Palestine, for they are men who love men, in an age when such love is forbidden. On the very threshold of manhood, Paul is a landless, penniless orphan with no future " unless it is to follow the young Earl of Aethelstan to war. But Edward has no desire to sell his sword and his soul to a blood soaked Crusade where mercy is rare, cruelty is commonplace, and the dark sorcery of an unknown land might easily swallow a man whole. To repair the patchwork fortunes of the House of Aethelstan, Edward commits himself to the Crusade ... for love . . .

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Recovering from the events of Cry Liberty, Neil Travers and Curtis Marin are pleased to be mere spectators for a time ... but the scenes at which they are on the sidelines are beyond their imagination. The super-­carrier Shanghai has driven into the Deep Sky, poised for the invasion of Ulrand ... on Kjorin, Dario Sherratt believes he has discovered the key to the Zunshu stasis chamber ... in the storms of the Rabelais Drift, the Wastrel plays pool with cosmic forces ... in Marak ‘city bottom’, Vaurien and Jazinsky pit themselves against old enemies. And Michael Vidal prepares to fly the mission of his life, into the dark heart of Hellgate. A place the Resalq call El’arne ... ‘The stormy side of the sky.­’ Into this void, the explorer Ernst Rabelais vanished many years ago; and out of it, the Zunshu strike at the new human worlds as they once destroyed the Resalq... For Travers and Marin, these are strange, bittersweet days, on one hand filled with self-­discovery, on the other, . . .

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Step into the glittering world of the ancient, the immortal -- the vampyre. Intrigue welcomes Capt. Vincent Bantry to London,­1892. He's a veteran of the Far East, opium smugglers, Manchu warlords, but little in his experience prepares him for Irish occultist Michael Flynn, who's like no man he ever knew. Flynn draws him into an occult, exotic world, where the Tarot foretells an uncertain future.

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