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Series: Dragon Nimbus

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DAW 30th Anniversary Fantasy Anthology by Betsy WolheimDraconis ex Machina : short story
The Glass Dragon by Irene Radford1
The Perfect Princess by Irene Radford2
The Loneliest Magician by Irene Radford3
The Wizard's Treasure by Irene Radford4
The Dragon's Touchstone by Irene Radford5
The Last Battlemage by Irene Radford6
The Renegade Dragon by Irene Radford7
The Silent Dragon by Irene Radford8
The Broken Dragon by Irene Radford9
The Wandering Dragon (Children of the Dragon Nimbus) by Irene Radford10
The Dragon Nimbus Novels: Volume I by Irene RadfordOmnibus 1-3
The Dragon Nimbus Novels: Volume II by Irene RadfordOmnibus 5-6
The Dragon Nimbus Novels: Volume III by Irene RadfordOmnibus 4 & 7
The Dragon Nimbus History Series by Irene Radford5-7

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  1. The Hidden Dragon by Irene Radford (2002)
  2. Dragon Prince by Melanie Rawn (1988)
  3. Song in the Silence by Elizabeth Kerner (1997)
  4. The Last Dragonlord by Joanne Bertin (1998)
  5. The Book of Earth by Marjorie B. Kellogg (1995)
  6. The Glasswrights' Apprentice by Mindy L. Klasky (2000)
  7. The Last of the Renshai by Mickey Zucker Reichert (1992)
  8. Dragonclaw by Kate Forsyth (1997)
  9. The Heart of Myrial by Maggie Furey (1999)
  10. The Sword by Deborah Chester (2000)
  11. The Broken Crown by Michelle West (1997)
  12. King's Dragon by Kate Elliott (1997)
  13. Aurian by Maggie Furey (1994)
  14. Rhapsody: Child of Blood by Elizabeth Haydon (1999)
  15. Wizard of the Grove (Child of the Grove / The Last Wizard) by Tanya Huff (1999)

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