Series: Swords of Raemllyn

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Works (6)

To Demons Bound by Robert Vardeman1
A Yoke of Magic by Robert Vardeman2
Blood Fountain by Robert Vardeman3
Death's Acolyte by Robert Vardeman4
The Beasts of the Mist by Robert E. Vardeman5
For Crown and Kingdom by Robert Vardeman6

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  1. The Prophet of Lamath by Robert Don Hughes (1979)
  2. The Breaking of Northwall by Paul O. Williams (1981)
  3. The Fallen Ones by Robert E. Vardeman (1982)
  4. The Quaking Lands by Robert E. Vardeman (1985)
  5. The Sunset Warrior by Eric Van Lustbader (1977)
  6. Cenotaph Road by Robert E. Vardeman (1983)
  7. Master of the Five Magics by Lyndon Hardy (1980)
  8. The Lure of the Basilisk by Lawrence Watt-Evans (1980)
  9. The Time Of the Annihilator by John Morressy (1985)
  10. Flight to Thlassa Mey by Dennis McCarty (1986)
  11. The Misenchanted Sword by Lawrence Watt-Evans (1985)
  12. The Crystal Crown by B. W. Clough (1984)
  13. Web of Wind by J. F. Rivkin (1987)
    Same series: Silverglass (Silverglass)
  14. The Hour of the Gate by Alan Dean Foster (1983)
  15. Groa's Other Eye by Dennis Schmidt (1986)

Series description

The full series seems to have 9 books.
*Blade of the Conqueror, July 1995 NEL
*The Tombs of A'bre, July 1995 NEL
*Jewels of Life, July 1995 NEL


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