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Vettius and His Friends (original 1989; edition 1989)

by Drake

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Info:Baen (1989), Edition: First Edition, Paperback, 320 pages
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Vettius and His Friends by David Drake (1989)

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Gutierrez,AlanCover artistsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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For centuries Rome ruled the most diverse grouping of races and cultures ever under a single dominion. But sorcerous powers as black as Time itself gather barbarians to shatter Roman peace. Vettius, a soldier as ruthless as his age demands and Dama, a merchant of wit, wealth and courage meet the dangers of their world. They will each do whatever is necessary for friendship and for the cause they both serve. And a wizards' blood runs as red as any other on the edges of their swords.

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