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The Mage in the Iron Mask

by Brian M. Thomsen

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For Donna,
my tolerant wife, patient proof-reader, and loving soulmate,
and My Mentors:
my parents--Arthur and Eileen Thomsen; my teachers--Kathy and Terry Malley, Monsignor William F. Burke, Frank Walsh, Robert Sabatelli, Seymour Kleinberg, and Hildreth Kritzer; my advisors--Richard Allen, Tom Doherty, Charles N. Brown, and Mike Resnick; and my alma mater--Regis High School.
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Donal Loomis was a dwarfish gnome of a man, which is not to say that he claimed any blood lineage to either the dwarves or the gnomes but rather that his overall appearance, unfortunately, seemed to emulate the least favorable attributes of both races.
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Mulmaster, nicknamed the "City of Danger," is the next stop on Volothamp Geddarm's research trip for his upcoming Guide to the Monsoon, and maybe his final resting place when the bailing out of a friend from the Mulmaster prison embroils Volo in a sinister plot that threatens the tenuous political stability of all Faerun
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