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By Patricia Bray (editor)

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9780756407193 | Original edition (Daw Books, March 6, 2012), cover price $7.99

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Product Description: Science fiction and fantasy readers have long shown an affinity for a good "bar story". Now some of today's most inventive scriveners have decided to tell their own tall tales-from an alewife's attempt to transfer the gods' curse to Gilgamesh, to Odin's decision to introduce Vikings to the Ur-Bar, from the Holy Roman Emperor's barroom bargain, to a demon hunter who may just have met his match in the ultimate magic bar, to a bouncer who discovers you should never let anyone in after hours in a world terrorized by zombies...read more
By Patricia Bray (editor) and Joshua Palmatier (editor)

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9780756406592 | Daw Books, March 1, 2011, cover price $7.99 | About this edition: Science fiction and fantasy readers have long shown an affinity for a good "bar story".

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With his soul magically transplanted into the body of Prince Lucius, the condemned leader of a failed rebellion against the rightful rulers of Ikaria, Josan finds himself the prime suspect in the vicious slaughter of the Ikarian royal family--and the sole remaining legitimate heir to the throne--in the sequel to The First Betrayal. Original.

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9780553588774 | Spectra, July 31, 2007, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: With his soul magically transplanted into the body of Prince Lucius, the condemned leader of a failed rebellion against the rightful rulers of Ikaria, Josan finds himself the prime suspect in the vicious slaughter of the Ikarian royal family--and the sole remaining legitimate heir to the throne--in the sequel to The First Betrayal.

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Left with no memory of the past, supposedly because of a mysterious fever, Josan, an orphan, exile, and priest who has been sent to a lighthouse on the farthest edge of the kingdom, comes face to face with old secrets when Lady Ysobel Flordelis, a Seddonian trade representative, is shipwrecked on his island. Original.

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9780553588767 | Spectra, May 30, 2006, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Left with no memory of the past, supposedly because of a mysterious fever, Josan, an orphan, exile, and priest who has been sent to a lighthouse on the farthest edge of the kingdom, comes face to face with old secrets when Lady Ysobel Flordelis, a Seddonian trade representative, is shipwrecked on his island.

Having retrieved the Sword of Light, the legendary weapon of the Chosen One, Devlin of Duncaer now faces new challenges from Olafur, the ambitious Jorskian king who betrays him to his enemies, who now threaten to overrun the kingdom. Original.

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9780553584776 | Spectra, March 1, 2004, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: Having retrieved the Sword of Light, the legendary weapon of the Chosen One, Devlin of Duncaer now faces new challenges from Olafur, the ambitious Jorskian king who betrays him to his enemies, who now threaten to overrun the kingdom.

To prove his worthiness as the Chosen One, champion of the Kingdom of Jorsk, Devlin of Duncaer must return to the land of his birth and to the people who have denounced him as a traitor in order to recover the the Sword of Light, the mythical weapon that is a badge of his position as a Chosen One of the Gods. Original.

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9780553584769 | Spectra, May 1, 2003, cover price $6.99 | About this edition: To prove his worthiness as the Chosen One, champion of the Kingdom of Jorsk, Devlin of Duncaer must return to the land of his birth and to the people who have denounced him as a traitor in order to recover the the Sword of Light, the mythical weapon that is a badge of his position as a Chosen One of the Gods.

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Grieving over the death of his family and desperate to provide for his brother's widow and children, Devlin Stonehard has lost the will to live and accepts the post of the Chosen One, the warrior champion of the kingdom of Jorsk who risks his life on a daily basis to protect the people, but now the death that he had courted seems to pass him by as he survives one battle after another. Original.

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9780553584752 | Spectra, April 1, 2002, cover price $7.99 | About this edition: Lacking the will to live following the death of his family, yet still responsible for the welfare of his brother's widow and children, Devlin Stonehand takes on the role of Chosen One, certain that it will lead to his own death.

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When her reputation is ruined by notorious rogue Mr. George Wright, Diana Somerville is forced to embark on a fake bethrothal to Stephen Wright, the Viscount of Endicott and George's half-brother, to salvage her character, but the more time she spends with Stephen, the more she longs to make their engagement real. Original.

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9780821771235 | Kensington Pub Corp, March 1, 2002, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: When her reputation is ruined by notorious rogue Mr.

When Miss Penelope Hastings discovers that her brother has answered the Duke of Torringford's advertisement for a wife, which leads to an announcement of her upcoming wedding to the Duke in the papers, Penelope must become his wife to retain her honor and insists upon a marriage in name only--a condition that soon goes by the wayside when she discovers a passion like she has never known in the arms of her new husband. Original.

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9780821771228 | Kensington Pub Corp, December 1, 2001, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: When Miss Penelope Hastings discovers that her brother has answered the Duke of Torringford's advertisement for a wife, which leads to an announcement of her upcoming wedding to the Duke in the papers, Penelope must become his wife to retain her honor and insists upon a marriage in name only--a condition that soon goes by the wayside when she discovers a passion like she has never known in the arms of her new husband.

Lady Felicity Winterbourne has brains, beauty, and money, so she would rather make a marriage of convenience where she holds the purse strings than succumb to the proposal of some moneyhungry rake, but in marrying Gerald FitzDesmond, she doesn't count on passion complicating her welllaid plans. Original.

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9780821765364 | Kensington Pub Corp, March 1, 2000, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Lady Felicity Winterbourne has brains, beauty, and money, so she would rather make a marriage of convenience where she holds the purse strings than succumb to the proposal of some moneyhungry rake, but in marrying Gerald FitzDesmond, she doesn't count on passion complicating her welllaid plans.

Returning home after six years abroad with a young nephew, a child who closely resembles her, Anne Webster is stunned when she is mistaken for his mother and branded a wanton, until her childhood companion, Vicount Frederick, offers her friendship and marriage. Original.

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9780821763223 | Kensington Pub Corp, August 1, 1999, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Returning home after six years abroad with a young nephew, a child who closely resembles her, Anne Webster is stunned when she is mistaken for his mother and branded a wanton, until her childhood companion, Vicount Frederick, offers her friendship and marriage.

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Mischievous and adorable kittens prove to be the catalyst for romance in three enchanting Regency romances, including 'Lord Trevor's Tomcat' by Cathleen Clare, 'Charlotte's Kitten' by Patricia Bray, and 'Sanctuary' by Janice Bennett. Original.

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9780821760109 | Kensington Pub Corp, October 1, 1998, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Mischievous and adorable kittens prove to be the catalyst for romance in three enchanting Regency romances, including 'Lord Trevor's Tomcat' by Cathleen Clare, 'Charlotte's Kitten' by Patricia Bray, and 'Sanctuary' by Janice Bennett.

When 'Madamoiselle Magda' foresees the defeat of his racehorse, Lord Kerrigan realizes that the race has been fixed and believes that the beautiful gypsy is partly responsible, but when he decides to use her to destroy his enemies, fate intervenes as he succumbs to her tender charms. Original.

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9780821760093 | Kensington Pub Corp, October 1, 1998, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: When 'Mademoiselle Magda' foresees the defeat of his racehorse, Lord Kerrigan realizes that the race has been fixed and believes that the beautiful gypsy is partly responsible, but when he decides to use her to destroy his enemies, fate intervenes as he succumbs to her tender charms

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Attending a London Season, Jane Sedgwick is ostracized for her blunt ways, until Lord Glendale, a confirmed bachelor who has wagered he can find a way to make Jane fashionable, makes her so desirable that he soon wants her for himself. Original.

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9780821757680 | Kensington Pub Corp, October 1, 1997, cover price $4.99 | About this edition: Attending a London season, Jane Sedgwick is ostracized for her blunt ways, until Lord Glendale, a confirmed bachelor who has wagered he can find a way to make Jane fashionable, makes her so desirable that he soon wants her for himself

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