House of Cards

House of Cards

Book - 2008/03/01
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When she is summoned to negotiate a peace treaty among rival factions, Margrit Knight, New York City's only legal counsel to the fabled Old Races, finds her own mortal world in danger of falling apart when a new set of friends and enemies enters her life. Original. 40,000 first printing.


Isolated from her tribe, Rhenna of the Free People walks alone, guarding the borderlands. But the mountain-dwelling shapeshifters, allies of her people, are disappearing, and word has come of a new evil. Known by their red stones and the chaos in their wake, the followers of the Stone God have made their ascent, spreading anger and war.

When the Stone God's priests capture a mountain dweller, Rhenna realizes she must help in the fight against an evil bent on controlling humanity's fate. Gathering together the enigmatic shaman Tahvo, the panther shapeshifter Cian and the rebel Quintus, she must unravel the pathways of the deities and bring down the most vicious god of all.

Simon and Schuster
House Of Cards by C.E. Murphy released on Feb 19, 2008 is available now for purchase.

Publisher: New York : Luna Books, 2008/03/01
Edition: 1st trade ed
ISBN: 9780373802630
Branch Call Number: SF MURPHY
Characteristics: 408 p. ; 20 cm


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Feb 06, 2013

First volume no longer available!

marilynnebooks Dec 13, 2012

Good read, the second book was not as enjoyable as the first, the story often lags with too much negotiating and no action. This book serves to lead up to the next book.


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