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- Household Gods 423 copies, 16 reviews
- The Hound and the Falcon: The Isle of Glass, The Golden Horn, and The… 333 copies, 7 reviews
- Alamut 258 copies, 3 reviews
- Ars Magica 211 copies, 2 reviews
- The Mountain's Call 205 copies, 6 reviews
- Lord of the Two Lands 199 copies, 5 reviews
- Avaryan Rising (Author) 194 copies
- The Isle of Glass 191 copies, 1 review
- Kingdom of the Grail 178 copies, 5 reviews
- The Dagger and the Cross : A Novel of the Crusades 169 copies, 2 reviews
- A Wind in Cairo 142 copies, 1 review
- The Golden Horn 141 copies
- The Hall of the Mountain King (Author) 131 copies
- The Hounds of God 128 copies, 1 review
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Judith Tarr received her undgergraduate degree in Latin and English from Mount Holyoke College. She went on to earn an M.A. in Classics from Cambridge University, and an M.A. and PhD in Medieval Studies from Yale University. She taught Latin at Wesleyan University from 1990 to 1993.
At Dancing Horse Farm, her home in Vail, Arizona, she breeds Lipizzan horses. She's the author of more than 20 acclaimed fantasy novels, including The Throne of Isis (1994), Queen of Swords (1997), and White Mare's Daughter (1998), and five volumes in the Avaryan Chronicles, in addition to historical and science fiction novels. The romance novels she produces under the pseudonym Caitlin Brennan for Harlequin feature dancing horses modeled on those that she raises.
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