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The Silent Enemy by Richard A. Knaak
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I liked his descriptions, but he has a problem with telegraphing his punches - if a character treats the main character badly to start with, this character will be a great boon and friend; if the character treats the main character with friendship to start with, this character will be an enemy. Every time.

Also, as often as the main character is knocked unconscious, he would have suffered brain damage.

I do get tired of the accidental heroism of the character. ( )
  VincentDarlage | Jan 30, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0441014526, Mass Market Paperback)

On the eve of his wedding, Nermesa Klandes uncovers a plot to kill Conan. And to his horror, he soon learns that the man chosen to do the murderous deed is a man whom King Conan trusts more than anyone—Nermesa himself.

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On the eve of his wedding, Nermesa Klandes uncovers a plot to kill Conan. And to his horror, he soon learns that the man chosen to do the murderous deed is a man whom King Conan trusts more than anyone--Nermesa himself.

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