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Ghost Dagger (Ghosts, #2.5)

by Jonathan Moeller

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Caina is a Ghost nightfighter, one of the Emperor of Nighmar's elite spies and assassins. She has defeated powerful sorcerers and thrown down corrupt lords. Yet can she defeat her own memories? Sent to solve a series of bizarre murders, Caina faces an enemy capable of twisting her thoughts. And this time, all of Caina's skill might not save her. For how can she defeat a foe who wields her own memories as weapons?… (more)

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