Mistress of the Catacombs

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For the first time in a thousand years, the Kingdom of the Isles has a government and a real ruler: Prince Garric of Haft. The enemies joining against him intend to destroy not only the kingdom but humankind as well.

The rebels gathering in the West outnumber the royal army and the magic they wield can strike into the heart of the palace itself, but far greater dangers lie behind those. On the far fringes of the Isles, ancient powers ready themselves for a titanic struggle in which human beings are mere pawns—or fodder!

Reptilian and insect monsters from out of the ages march on the kingdom, commanded by wizards no longer human or never human at all. If unchecked, their ravening slaughter will sweep over the Isles as destructively as a flood of lava. Garric, ripped from his time and body, must make new allies if he and his kingdom are to survive.

Watching them all from the blackness of a tomb walled off in time and space, the Mistress waits...

And her fangs drip poison!

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David Drake (David Drake) (born September 24, 1945 in Dubuque, Iowa) is an American science fiction writer, Vietnam veteran, lawyer. The main literary specialization of David Drake was military fiction. Best known in the genre of alternative history is his series on Belisarius (with Eric Flint). David Drake is one of David Weber`s favorite writers. In 1967 he graduated with honors from the University of Iowa with a degree in history and Latin literature. In 1969-1970 he served in Vietnam and Cambodia. After demobilization, he graduated from law school and worked as an assistant to a member of the city government in Chapel Hill, Northern California. Since 1981 he has been a professional writer. The first story (a rather weak imitation of Lovecraft) was sold to Auguste Derleth to Erkham House in 1966. In 1979 he released his first two author`s books - a collection of "militaristic SF" "Hammer`s Slammers" and a fantasy novel "The Dragon Lord". In total, he has written and publ...

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David Drake (David Drake) (born September 24, 1945 in Dubuque, Iowa) is an American science fiction writer, Vietnam veteran, lawyer. The main literary specialization of David Drake was military fiction. Best known in the genre of alternative history is his series on Belisarius (with Eric Flint). David Drake is one of David Weber`s favorite writers. In 1967 he graduated with honors from the University of Iowa with a degree in history and Latin literature. In 1969-1970 he served in Vietnam and Cambodia. After demobilization, he graduated from law school and worked as an assistant to a member of the city government in Chapel Hill, Northern California. Since 1981 he has been a professional writer. The first story (a rather weak imitation of Lovecraft) was sold to Auguste Derleth to Erkham House in 1966. In 1979 he released his first two author`s books - a collection of "militaristic SF" "Hammer`s Slammers" and a fantasy novel "The Dragon Lord". In total, he has written and published about four dozen books. Bibliography Fantasy After victory Belisarius: 1. Roundabout 2. In the heart of darkness 3. Shield of fate 4. Strike of fate 5. The tide of victory 6. Dance of time Lord of the Islands: 1. Lord of the Islands 2. Queen of demons 3. Servant of the dragon Fighting fiction Campaign Battle Fleet: (with Bill Fawcett) 1. Fleet 2. Counterattack 3. Breakthrough 4. Allies 5. War 6. Crisis 7.Battlestation Book One (1992) 8.Battlestation Book Two: Vanguard (1993) Crisis of the Empire: 1. Decent Defense 2. Commander of the star system Sam Yates: 1. Assassination index 2. Target Official page: http://www.david-drake.com/