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Death's Acolyte. 1986 Death's Acolyte
by Robert E. Vardeman
and Geo. W. Proctor

First Edition 1986.
Ace Books.
New York.
ISBN 0441142125.
Cover illustration by Luis Royo.
viii+184 pages.
Price: $2.95.

Death's Acolyte, a novel by Robert E. Vardeman and Geo. W. Proctor.

The fourth part of the Swords of Raemllyn series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover

The city of Bistonia has been darkened with a treacherous evil. The mage Aerisan has overtaken the court, ruling its people with black magicks and terror, sacrificing human blood in the name of Black Qar, the God of Death.

The beautiful Lijena – now possessing the mighty Sword of Kwerin Bloodhawk – has fought her way back to Bistonia. But she soon learns that her beloved father has been sacrificed to the God of Death. Her thirst for vengeance is matched only by the power of the magic-tempered blade she wields.

But to avenge her father’s death, Lijena must face not only Aerisan, but Black Qar himself – who ultimately claims all mortal souls. . . .


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