Series: The Emperor's Edge

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Encrypted by Lindsay BurokerPrequel 1
Enigma by Lindsay BurokerPrequel 1.5
Decrypted by Lindsay BurokerPrequel 2
Shadows Over Innocence by Lindsay BurokerShort Story 0.5
The Emperor's Edge by Lindsay Buroker1
Ice Cracker II [short story] by Lindsay Burokershort story
Ice Cracker II and Other Short Stories by Lindsay Burokershort story 1.5
Dark Currents by Lindsay Buroker2
The Assassin's Curse by Lindsay Burokershort story 2.5
Deadly Games by Lindsay Buroker3
Conspiracy by Lindsay Buroker4
Blood and Betrayal by Lindsay Buroker5
Beneath the Surface by Lindsay Burokernovella 5.5
Forged in Blood I by Lindsay Buroker6
Forged in Blood II by Lindsay Buroker7
Republic by Lindsay Buroker8
Solstice Day Gifts by Lindsay Burokershort story 8.5
Diplomats and Fugitives by Lindsay Buroker9
The Emperor's Edge Collection: Books 1-3 by Lindsay Burokeromnibus 1-3

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