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The Dragon at War (The Dragon Knight Series Book 4) (edition 2013)

by Gordon R. Dickson (Author)

Series: Dragon Knight (4)

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Baron Jim is in the thick of it again. Somehow he's found himself taking on England's oldest enemy - the French - who have entered into an unholy alliance with a most fearsome horror: the mighty serpents of the deep underseas. Nobody has battled them before; nobody even realised they could leave the sea. And with the serpents as their allies it's only a matter of time before the French invasion succeeds - unless Baron Jim can stop them.… (more)
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Title:The Dragon at War (The Dragon Knight Series Book 4)
Authors:Gordon R. Dickson (Author)
Info:Start Science Fiction (2013), Edition: 1st, 543 pages
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Baron Jim is in the thick of it again. Somehow he's found himself taking on England's oldest enemy - the French - who have entered into an unholy alliance with a most fearsome horror: the mighty serpents of the deep underseas. Nobody has battled them before; nobody even realised they could leave the sea. And with the serpents as their allies it's only a matter of time before the French invasion succeeds - unless Baron Jim can stop them.

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