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Mercenaries of Gor. 1985 Mercenaries of Gor
by John Norman
Star Edition, First Printing 1985
W.H. Allen & Co.
ISBN 0352316195
Cover illustration by Chris Achilleos?
448 pages
Price: £2.50

Part 21 of The Chronicles of Counter-Earth series.

Publisher’s Blurb - Lower Cover
In the past, the great powers of Ar and Cos have maintained an uneasy balance of power. Now this balance is threatened as the Cosian forces prepare to advance on Ar.

The staging area for the Cosian invasion force is the city of Torcadino, the centre of a number of trade routes. And it is this city that the dreaded Dietrich of Tarnburg, one of Gor’s most brilliant and feared mercenary captains, seizes in an attempt to disrupt the invasion.

Unwilling to see Gor dominated by either of the two powers, Tarl Cabot enters into allegiance with Dietrich of Tarnburg, and ventures into complex labyrinths of treachery and intrigue, where loyalty is difficult to distinguish from treason, where friends may seem to be enemies, and enemies friends.

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