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The Casket of Brass
     

The Casket of Brass

by Deborah J. Ross
 
Maridah was a scholar in Samarkhand, but she was also heir to the throne of Khazarand, so she returned to Khazarand when her grandmother, the current Princess of Khazarand, was near death. Her grandmother told her to take the contents of the brass casket and guard them, for if they fell into her uncle's hands, he would use them to put his daughter Hadidjah on the

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Maridah was a scholar in Samarkhand, but she was also heir to the throne of Khazarand, so she returned to Khazarand when her grandmother, the current Princess of Khazarand, was near death. Her grandmother told her to take the contents of the brass casket and guard them, for if they fell into her uncle's hands, he would use them to put his daughter Hadidjah on the throne in Maridah's stead. So Maridah took the items, little knowing what they would teach her.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014637084
Publisher:
Marion Zimmer Bradley Literary Works Trust
Publication date:
06/26/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
68 KB

Meet the Author

Deborah J. Ross has been writing science fiction and fantasy professionally since 1982, served as Secretary of SFWA (Science Fiction/Fantasy Writers of America), and has taught writing and led writer’s workshops. She’s a member of the online writers’ collective, Book View Cafe.
As Deborah Wheeler, she wrote two science fiction novels, JAYDIUM and NORTHLIGHT, and had short stories in Asimov’s, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Sisters of the Night, Star Wars: Tales from Jabba’s Palace, Realms of Fantasy, and many of the SWORD & SORCERESS and Darkover anthologies. Her most recent projects include continuing the Darkover series (THE FALL OF NESKAYA, ZANDRU’S FORGE, A FLAME IN HALI, THE ALTON GIFT, HASTUR LORD, and THE CHILDREN OF KINGS, forthcoming in 2013). She’s also working on an original fantasy series, THE SEVEN-PETALED SHIELD. Two of her short stories (“Mother Africa” in Asimov’s in 1997 and “The Price of Silence” in F&SF in 2009) were awarded Honorable Mention in the Year’s Best SF. She’s also edited several fantasy anthologies.
She lives in the redwood forests near Santa Cruz, California. In between writing, she has sojourned in France, worked as a medical assistant to a cardiologist, revived an elementary school library, studied Hebrew, classical piano, and yoga, and has been active in the women’s martial arts network community.

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