Series: Maradaine

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The Thorn of Dentonhill: A Novel of Maradaine (Maradaine Novels) by Marshall Ryan Maresca1
A Murder of Mages: A Novel of the Maradaine Constabulary by Marshall Ryan Maresca2
The Alchemy of Chaos: A Novel of Maradaine (Maradaine Novels) by Marshall Ryan Maresca3
An Import of Intrigue (Maradaine Constabulary) by Marshall Ryan Maresca4
The Holver Alley Crew (Streets of Maradaine) by Marshall Ryan Maresca5

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Series description

Maresca's novels thus far are all located in the fantasy world of Maradaine, the name of a city in an alternate universe where magic is real. There are subsets in the series.

The first books feature Veranix Calbert, a student at the University of Maradaine.

The Maradaine Constabulary books follow Satrine Rainey and Minox Welling as they solve crimes.

The Streets of Maradaine is an upcoming sub-series.

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