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SWORD AND SORCERESS VI (6)

by Bradley, Marion Zimmer (editor) (Diana L. Paxson; Jennifer Roberson; Elisabeth Waters; Mercedes Lackey; Lynne Armstrong-Jones; Shariann Lewitt; Morning Glory Zell; Kier Neustaedter; Linda Gordon; Nancy Jane Moore; Vera Nazarian; Nina Boal)

Condition: Near Fine


New York, NY, U.S.A.: D A W Books, Incorporated, 1990. A collection of Enchanting stories edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley.First printing, June 1990 paperback in near fine condition. no creases on spine, light front cover hinge. light edge wear, no writing or stamps, cover is bright and glossy, no tanning but has slight yellowing upper edge inside of book, pages clean and tight, a great looking book. .............WRAPPED IN A PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK........We have other titles in this genre in stock and give discounts in shipping on additional books sent in the same package, ...........Summary - From A Royal Citadel...To Death's Enchanted Realm... They rove the magic lands, defending those who cannot defend themselves, fighting against the forces of evil which, again and again, threaten to ovewhelm the strongholds of light. They are swordswomen and corceresses, were-women and wise women, and they will take on all challengers, working their spells and wielding their swords against masters of mayhem and chaos... Equona's Mare by Diana L. Paxson; Sleeping Dogs by Jennifer Roberson; Shadowlands by Elisabeth Waters; The Making of a Legend by Mercedes Lackey; Commencement by Lynne Armstrong-Jones; The Hand of Fatima by Shariann Lewitt; A Lesser of Evils by Morning Glory Zell; And Saavuld Danced by Kier Neustaedter; Stone of Light by Linda Gordon; Change of Command by Nancy Jane Moore; The Starry King by Vera Nazarian; Mirror Image by Nina Boal; Burnt Offerings by Mary Fenoglio; Ratsbane by Dorothy J. Heydt; Wolf Hunt by Bobbi Miller; Pearl by Carl Thelen; Name of the Demoness by Jessie D. Eaker; Hands by Lois Tilton; Wolfrunner by Mary E. Choo; Until We Meet Again by J. A. Brebner; and Black Wolf by Gemma Tarlach. 1st Printing. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by Corey Wolfe.
  • Bookseller: Mirror Image Book US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 102907001B
  • Title: SWORD AND SORCERESS VI (6)
  • Author: Bradley, Marion Zimmer (editor) (Diana L. Paxson; Jennifer Roberson; Elisabeth Waters; Mercedes Lackey; Lynne Armstrong-Jones; Shariann Lewitt; Morning Glory Zell; Kier Neustaedter; Linda Gordon; Nancy Jane Moore; Vera Nazarian; Nina Boal)
  • Illustrator: Corey Wolfe
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Edition: 1st Printing
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10: 0886774233
  • ISBN 13: 9780886774233
  • Publisher: D A W Books, Incorporated
  • Place: New York, NY, U.S.A.
  • Date published: 1990
  • Keywords: FANTASY FICTION SHORT STORIES AMERICAN ANTHOLOGIES MULTIPLE AUTHORS MAGIC EVIL
  • Bookseller catalogs: Science Fction/ Fantasy;


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