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The Frozen God. 1987 Raven 3:
The Frozen God

by Angus Wells
writing as
Richard Kirk
1st American Edition 1987.
Ace Books.
New York.
ISBN 0441705677.
Paperback.
Cover illustration by Luis Royo.
176 pages.
Price: $2.95.

Notes
The Frozen God, a novel by Angus Wells writing as Richard Kirk.

Part 3 of the Raven series.

Publisher's Blurb - Lower Cover
RAVEN

Out of the bonds of slavery arose a beautiful warrior . . . Feared across the land, her blade was stained with the blood of thousands . . .

RAVEN

With her mysterious companion-mentor. Spellbinder, and a great black bird to watch over them, she was invincible. Together they would face the savage butchery of battle and the gathering forces of evil.

RAVEN

Deep into the lost land of Quwhon she rode, her destiny written in blood-stained ice and carved in the distorted faces of the dead. Along with her loyal companions she would battle men and demons to challenge her mortal foe, the evil weaponmaster Karl ir Donwayne. While beneath the snow and ice, Tanash, the Frozen God and enemy of all that lives, is imprisoned. Soon he will be free and men shall know the horror of true evil . . .

THE FROZEN GOD

 
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