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Genre: Fiction

Mystic and historian, Sir Adam Sinclair is Master of the Hunt, leader of a secret brotherhood at war with the dark and unholy Powers that menace our world. In his time, he has challenged the forces of evil and been victorious. Now evil is rising once again - an extraordinary evil born of ancient elemental magic and twentieth-century ambition.

And Adam Sinclair will face the most unthinkable crime against his kind: murder.

Genre: Fiction

AN ANCIENT ORDER REAWAKENS. A MODERN EVIL RETURNS…

From bestselling coauthors Katherine Kurtz and Deborah Turner Harris comes an unforgettable adventure of the past taking root in the present. Sir Adam Sinclair - mystic, historian, and Master of the Hunt - faces his greatest challenge. And humanity's greatest evil.

Deep within a sea cave, sacred texts of the black arts have been recovered from the corroded hulk of a World War II German submarine. Within these pages lies the power to spawn a new, demonic Third Reich - and make Aryan world conquest a terrifying reality. Now they rest in the hands of the a vile Dagger Cult older than Christianity itself.

Only Adam Sinclair can prevent the deadly blades of the from piercing the heart of humanity Only he can quell the darkness that lives in…

Genre: Fiction

In bestseller Kurtz's morbid second tale of her new Deryni trilogy — following 2003's and set before the King Kelson novels — King Donal Haldane is mourning the loss of his bastard son, Krispin, a boy he thought would be companion and protector to Crown Prince Brion, and hoping that Alyce and Kenneth de Morgan's toddler son, Alaric, heir to Alyce's Deryni magic, can be groomed to take Krispin's place. Bishop Oliver de Nore's brother, Septimus, was put to death by the king after Alyce used her powers to reveal that he orchestrated Krispin's killing; now Oliver is doubly motivated to accelerate the church's campaign to exterminate the Deryni, who are feared by many humans in the land of Gwynedd. Kurtz renders even the most plot-twisting demises more dreary than dramatic, which makes for terrific medieval realism but uninteresting narrative.

Genre: Fiction

"Kurtz is one of the best of those fantasy writers who use medieval-like settings for their novels, and this is one of her better books". — Chronicle.

"Kurtz's fidelity to the customs and mores of medieval Europe gives a richness of detail to her alternate medieval world". — Library Journal.

"Exquisitely detailed… the scenes of daily life at court, plus the usual church versus magic conflict, will keep fans turning the pages". — Publishers Weekly.

"The novel sparkles with Kurtz's attention to detail… can be enjoyed by fans and newcomers alike". — RT Bookclub (Top Pick).

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