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David Drake
[Cover]
Donato
Queen of Demons (Lord of the Isles, Book 2)
Tor (reprint, paperback, 662 pages, $6.99/$8.99 Can)
Publication date: May 18, 1999 (First Edition: August 1998)

The second book in the Lord of the Isles epic, from the author of The Voyage and Fortress. "In the world of the Isles, a small band of companions has set forth across a world in the process of transformation in search of their destinies. Now their epic adventure continues. Continuing the grand saga begun in Lord of the Isles, this novel follows the travels and adventures of Garric, Sharina, Cashel, and Tenoctris across the world of the Isles toward their confrontation with contending forces of evil, as the cosmic forces of magic are reaching a millennial peak."
Lord of the Isles Review by Alex Anderson
Redliners
Baen
Major Arthur Farrell and the troops of Strike Force Company C41 must protect a colony sent to a hell planet.
The Tank Lords
Baen
From the author of Lord of the Isles. The Tank Lords gathers together many of the Hammer's Slammers -- "the toughest, meanest bunch of mercs who ever wrecked a world for pay" -- stories into one book, featuring one new story. If you're curious about the state of art in military SF today, David Drake is a good place to start.
Fireships
Ace paperback
In an age of expansion when pirates are the true rulers of the spaceways, Captain Sarah Blythe attempts to exact revenge on the human Federation. The follow-up to Igniting the Reaches and Through the Breach.
 
[Cover] Patriots
David Drake
Tor paperback
The author of Lord of the Isles and Northworld tells a story of the rugged individualists who have settled the frontier planet of Greenwood. "Threatened by politicians and bean-counters on Earth, who see Greenwood only in terms of profit, the settlers must set aside their local differences in order to meet the challenge and preserve their world and way of life."
[Cover] Arc Riders: The Fourth Rome
and Janet Morris
Warner Aspect paperback
Second book in a time wars series that has the Russians jumping back to A.D. 9 to change the course of Roman history and create a world ruled by the Kremlin. (The Russians? I guess the authors have seen Bond's GoldenEye).
[Cover] Voyage
Tor paperback
This is a novel set in the Hammer's Slammers universe.
[Cover] All the Way to the Gallows
Baen paperback
The latest in military SF from the man who's been called the modern master of the genre.
 
Lord of the Isles
Tor hard cover
From a writer with a well-established rep for military SF comes a solid slice of epic fantasy. The story is set in a world where the elemental forces that empower magic are rising to a thousand- year peak, and three survivors from the last great cycle are here to witness it: Tenoctris, a quiet sorceress whose civilization sank beneath the waves a millennia ago; King Carus, the ghost of the Isles' greatest ruler; and The Hooded One, the ancient creature who caused the last great catastrophe. As the magical cycle builds towards a great new pitch, these three and the mortals they gather to them find themselves in a race for the ultimate prize. The first volume in what promises to be an exciting new fantasy series.
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