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The Queen of Zamba

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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The Hand of Zei

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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The Hostage of Zir

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp

Outside the walls of the starport Novorecife, Earthmen on the warrior planet Kishna are on their own. So when he is chosen to lead the first ersuma (Earth-tourists) through the sorcerer-kingdoms of this "protected" medieval world, Fergus Reith must first learn to speak Durou; must take the chemical oath against imparting technical information; and must above all else learn to handle a broadsword! All these skills are needed when Reith finds himself and his ersuma trapped as pawns in a deadly war between a sorceress and a sterile kingdom under three moons . . . The Hostage of Zir is the third of L. Sprague de Camp's Krishna book - interplanetary romance in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Martian Tales.

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The Prisoner of Zhamanak

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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The Virgin of Zesh

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp

Welcome back to the planet Krishna - a wilderness of blue woods under three moons, where square-riggers sail the treacherous inland seas, where fierce humanoid natives with feathery antennae cross swords in endless war, and where a Terran outside the confines of the spaceport is strictly on his own!The Virgin of Zesh is the fifth of L. Sprague de Camp's Krishna book - interplanetary romance in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Martian Tales.

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The Bones of Zora

L. Sprague deCamp, Catherine Crook deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp, Catherine Crook deCamp
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The Tower of Zanid

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp

Welcome back to the planet Krishna - a wilderness of blue woods under three moons, where square-riggers sail the treacherous inland seas, where fierce humanoid natives with feathery antennae cross swords in endless war, and where a Terran outside the confines of the spaceport is strictly on his own!The Tower of Zanid is the seventh book of L. Sprague de Camp's Viagens Interplanetarias series - interplanetary romance in the tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Martian Tales.

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The Swords of Zinjaban

L. Sprague deCamp, Catherine Crook deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp, Catherine Crook deCamp
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Rogue Queen

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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The Stones of Nomuru

L. Sprague deCamp, Catherine Crook deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp, Catherine Crook deCamp
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The Venom Trees of Sunga

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp

Tortured IntellectualKirk Salazar, devout intellectual, had quite been looking forward to his field research on Sunga. He aimed to discover how the stump-tailed, semiarboreal kusis lived without being injured within the venom tree forest. A fascinating topic!His thesis would have progressed splendidly, save for one thing. A certain lack of financing necessitated that he travel through Sunga with a tour group. Much against his will, he soon became embroiled with a conglomeration of characters even more peculiar than Sunga's natural wonders.First there were the hard-core tourists, always pushing and complaining, desperate to glimpse the rare, birdlike zutas. Worse the Cantemir - a man lewd, rude and dangerous - who had struck a deal with the native Chief to destroy the whole Sunga forest for lumber! But most formidable was Alexis Ritter. She was the high priestess of a Sunga cult dedicated to chastity. But she sure seemed to have a use in mind for Salazar's body!Doggedly Salazar pursued his research through ambushes, sex, and even attempted murder. A determined intellectual does not give up easily - even if he has to go to extremes to defend his thesis!

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Lest Darkness Fall

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp

Against the Fall of NightThe Roman Empire had spread order, knowledge, and civilisation throughout the ancient world. When Rome fell, the light of reason flickered out across the Empire. The Dark Ages had begun; they would last a thousand years. Could a man from the 20th century prevent the fall of Rome? When lightening struck and he was hurled backward into the sixth century, the question became anything but academic to Martin Padway, but even forearmed with a knowledge of 20th century technology and of events to come, what could one man do? But Padway must try, lest darkness fall.

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Divide and Rule

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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Genus Homo

L. Sprague deCamp, P. Schuyler Miller
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L. Sprague deCamp, P. Schuyler Miller

Twenty-five men and women against a world of evolution gone mad!Here is the vivid story of their adventures and terrors - the monster in the forest - the city of giant beavers - and the secret of the incredible race that had supplanted mankind.

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The Glory That Was

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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The Virgin & the Wheels

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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The Great Fetish

L. Sprague deCamp
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L. Sprague deCamp
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The Incomplete Enchanter

L. Sprague deCamp, Fletcher Pratt
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L. Sprague deCamp, Fletcher Pratt
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The Castle of Iron

L. Sprague deCamp, Fletcher Pratt
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L. Sprague deCamp, Fletcher Pratt

The Mathematics of Magic was probably the greatest discovery of the ages - at least Professor Harold Shea thought so. With the proper equations, he could instantly transport himself back in time to all the wondrous lands of ancient legend.But slips in time were a hazard, and Shea's magic did not always work - at least, not quite as he expected . . .The Castle of Iron is the second in L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt's much-loved Compleat Enchanter series.

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Wall of Serpents

L. Sprague deCamp, Fletcher Pratt
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L. Sprague deCamp, Fletcher Pratt

The Mathematics of Magic was probably the greatest discovery of the ages - at least Professor Harold Shea thought so. With the proper equations, he could instantly transport himself back in time to all the wondrous lands of ancient legend.But slips in time were a hazard, and Shea's magic did not always work - at least, not quite as he expected . . .The Wall of Serpents is the third in L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt's much-loved Compleat Enchanter series.