Paper Mage

Paper Mage by Leah Cutter

by Leah Cutter
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-293-8

Xiao Yen is a paper mage: She folds paper into an animal or a thing, then does magic, so the paper becomes what she’s folded. However, she’s a woman trying to fill a man’s role during the Tang dynasty, in China, and the only people willing to hire her are foreigners.

Things go from bad to worse for Xiao Yen on her first assignment: She loses her lucky amulet, there are robbers on the trail, as well as treachery among her traveling companions. Before long, Xiao Yen must battle a warlord, attack a rat dragon, and destroy a Taoist immortal.

But even bigger battles await Xiao Yen up ahead…

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Deeds of Men

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An Onyx Court Novella
by Marie Brennan
$2.99 (Novella) ISBN 978-1-61138-266-2

LONDON, 1625. A young gentleman lies murdered in a Coldharbour alley. Before his death, he uncovered secrets that could threaten the mortal world above and the faerie world below. Now, to find the murderer and protect both realms, Sir Michael Deven will need the help of a man with reason to hate the fae of the Onyx Court — the victim’s own brother.

A novella of the Onyx Court, set between Midnight Never Come and In Ashes Lie.

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Knight’s Blood

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Book Two of the Tenebrae
by Julianne Lee
$3.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-254-9

U.S. Navy Pilot Lieutenant Alex MacNeil and his wife Lindsay have returned from their adventure in fourteenth century Scotland, and Lindsay has given birth to a son. But the magic is not through with them yet. The MacNeils’ child has been kidnapped by Nemed, the elfin king and the couple’s sworn enemy.

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The Tenebrae Series:

Knight Tenebrae
Knight’s Blood
Knight’s Lady

 

Ars Magica

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by Judith Tarr
$3.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-075-0

From farmer’s son to Prince of the Church

Gerbert was a farmer’s son in an obscure town in France, but his gifts of mind and intellect were so remarkable that even in the feudal world of the tenth century, he could rise far above his station. Princes and prelates courted him; emperors called him friend and teacher. He brought the lost art of mathematics back into Europe; he was an astronomer, a musician, a builder of strange and wonderful devices. In the end he reached the pinnacle of the world, a seat so lofty and an authority so great that he answered only to God Himself.

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