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The Jaguar and the Wolf

By Leah R. Cutter - Published 2005

Genres:

Fantasy

Having escaped arrow-shooting skraelings and “the damn monks from Eire,” a boatload of Iselanders (Vikings) blows ashore among the Itza (Maya), in a ...Read Review

Caves of Buda

By Leah H. Cutter - Published 2004

Genres:

Fantasy

Hungary is an atypical setting for novels in the English language market, thus here the author has opened a whole new cultural avenue ...Read Review

Rite of Conquest

By Judith Tarr - Published 2003

Genres:

FantasySaga

Part historical fiction, part historical fantasy, Judith Tarr once again focuses her considerable talents on a seminal moment in history: the Norman Conquest. ...Read Review

House of War

By Judith Tarr - Published 2003

Genres:

Alternate HistoryFantasy

This is the second installment in Tarr’s historical fantasy series set in Jerusalem with Richard the Lionheart and his half-sister, Sioned, the ...Read Review

Devil’s Bargain

By Judith Tarr - Published 2002

Genres:

FantasySaga

It is 1191. Richard the Lionheart is on his crusade to capture Jerusalem and the Holy Land. His arch-enemy, Saladin, uses every scheme to ...Read Review

Paper Mage

By Leah R. Cutter - Published 2003

Genres:

Fantasy

Leah R. Cutter’s debut novel soars like the magic creatures that fill its pages. It is the story of Xiao Yen, a ...Read Review

Worlds That Weren’t

By Harry Turtledove - By Mary Gentle - By S.M. Stirling - By Walter Jon Williams - Published 2002

Genres:

Alternate History

These four alternate-history novellas make an appetite-whetting introduction for the neophyte. In Turtledove’s The Daimon, Socrates looks on in dismay as a ...Read Review

Pride of Kings

By Judith Tarr - Published 2001

Genres:

Fantasy

An intriguing historical fantasy sheds a refreshing new light on the English king deemed so evil that no subsequent king should ever bear ...Read Review

Out of Avalon

By Jennifer Roberson ed. - Published 2001

Genres:

FantasyShort Stories

This collection of Arthurian-themed works consists of fourteen short stories, one poem, and an introduction by the editor, who is no stranger to ...Read Review