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Slave of Sarma

Slave of Sarma


Jeffrey Lord

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Jeffrey Lord Slave of Sarma Chapter One It had been misting all day and, as Londons lights began to go on early, a dark brown fog crept in from the Thames. Pavements were shiny and treacherous, slimed by fallen leaves. Fog horns on the river were raucous and surly, their mood matched by that of millions of Londoners as they began the vespertine shove into tube and train and car. A dour day, in all, with Indian summer gone and the drear of winter upcoming. At 3912 Princes Gate, Kensington, the ...

Keywords: Bek-Tor Blade Sarma
Jewel of Tharn

Jewel of Tharn


Jeffrey Lord

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Jeffrey Lord Jewel of Tharn Chapter One The lights were burning late at Number 10 Downing Street Big Ben had just struck three and still the three men sat around the long, green-topped table in the Privy Council room. Blue smoke from Js pipe wreathed upward to form baroque curlicues in the white light of a high chandelier. The Prime Minister took a sip from the small brandy snifter before him. He said: It is a sort of death, I suppose. A death in life. Which this man Blade is willing to undergo ...

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The Jade Warrior

The Jade Warrior


Jeffrey Lord

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Jeffrey Lord The Jade Warrior Chapter One J thought, privately, that if war was too serious a business to be entrusted to the generals, then the future of world civilization - and especially Englands part in it - was much too important to be entrusted to scientists. J kept his thoughts to himself. He was an important man in his own right. As head man of M16A he was in charge of a very special branch of the Special Branch. But at the moment he was very much a third wheel at the party. He walked ...

Keywords: Blade Lali Leighton Mongs Queko
The Bronze Axe

The Bronze Axe


Jeffrey Lord

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Jeffrey Lord The Bronze Axe Chapter One Richard Blade, quite by coincidence, had been reading that very morning in The London Times of the scientific marvels to come. The writer in The Times had labeled his piece: Whats Ahead In Technology. He had been considerate enough to include a tentative time schedule for the miracles he was writing about. Blade, folding his paper neatly at the place, and heartily enjoying his bacon and eggs, read through it with no look of skepticism on his handsome face. ...

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