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Corsair
Blades of the Moonsea, Book 2
Richard Baker

Geran, a swordmage just settling back in at home after his exile from the elven city of Myth Drannor, finds Hulburg's merchants under assault by pirates. The angry merchants put the burden on the harmach to protect them -- or else.

Kamoth Kastelmar, high captain of the Black Moon Corsairs, returns from his exile to wreak havoc on Hulburg, working with Geran's enemies to strike when she lies defenseless in the boldest pirate raid in the history of the Moonsea.

It will take every ounce of cunning and courage Geran possesses to stay ahead of those who plot against Hulburg and House Hulmaster—but will it be enough? Forced to abandon his family in Hulburg to track the infamous pirate who threatens his home, Geran's obsession with the enemy he knows may leave him blind to a darker, more devious threat closer to home.

Corsair is the second novel in the epic Blades of the Moonsea trilogy. Author Richard Baker is one of the primary creators of the 4th Edition Forgotten Realms® Campaign Setting, and is his unique insight shines through in this trilogy—the first to be set entirely in the new edition. Blades of the Moonsea begins with Swordmage and concludes with Avenger.

Richard Baker is the author of nine Forgotten Realms® novels, including Swordmage, The New York Times best seller Condemnation, and the highly acclaimed The Last Mythal trilogy. He has worked as a game designer with TSR, Inc. and Wizards of the Coast LLC, since 1991. He's written or contributed to a great number of games and game sourcebooks, including 3rd Edition Dungeons & Dragons, 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons, and Axis & Allies Naval Miniatures.

Item Details
Item Code: 25071000
Release Date: November 2009
Series: Blades of the Moonsea, Book 2
Format: Mass Market Paperback, Audio
Price: $7.99 C$10.99; $19.95
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