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Sharon Shinn
J.P. Targete
Wrapt in Crystal
Ace (trade paperback, 324 pages, $13.95/$19.99 Can)
Publication date: May, 1999

The latest novel from the author of The Shape-Changer's Wife and the Samaria Trilogy. "When a serial killer begins stalking the priestesses of two religions, Interfed Agent Cowen Drake must immerse himself in an unfamiliar world of stark spirituality to catch the killer. It's a world that will trap him between opulence and sacrifice, duty and desire, and between two extraordinary women -- one who could become the killer's ultimate victim."
John Jude Palencar
The Alleluia Files (The Samaria Trilogy, Book 3)
Ace (reprint, paperback, 436 pages, $6.99/$8.99 Can)
Publication date: May, 1999 (First Edition: April 1998)

The final novel in the original science-fantasy series from the author of Wrapt in Crystal and The Shape-Changer's Wife. "Shinn's breathtaking Samaria Trilogy comes to an end amid a chorus of praise. Legend has it that the Alleluia Files contain the truth about the god of Samaria. Now, a child raised in captivity among the angels will journey the length and breadth of her world to seek the documents that will alter the face of Samaria forever."
Review by Victoria Strauss
[Cover] Jovah's Angel
Ace trade paper
The author of Archangel returns to the world of Samaria with a new novel of angels and mortals, music and mystery. When the reigning Archangel is grounded with a broken wing, Jovah chooses her successor: the quiet scholar Alleluia. And now the fate of the planet rests with a reluctant Archangel. First US publication.
[Cover] Archangel
Ace paperback
The award-winning novel from the author of The Shape-Changer's Wife. With the battle cruiser Jehovah still in orbit over their world and still programmed to unleash its weapons if peace is not maintained, the current political climate on Samaria does not give much reason for hope. But the oracles have chosen a new Archangel, Gabriel, and with his crowning may come peace. Except his mortal betrothed, Rachel, has ideas of her own...

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