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The Thing from the Dread Swamp - Thurvok #9 - cover

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The Thing from the Dread Swamp - Thurvok #9

Cora Buhlert, Richard Blakemore

Publisher: Pegasus Pulp Publishing

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Summary

While travelling through the Dread Swamp, Thurvok, the sellsword, and his friends, Meldom, thief, cutpurse and occasional assassin, Meldom's sweetheart Lysha and the sorceress Sharenna come across an overturned wagon and the terrified merchant Polyxo who babbles that a monster has taken his daughter Cerissa. Because they are heroes – and because Polyxo has offered them a sizeable reward – the quartet of adventurers offers to rescue Cerissa from the thing that lives in the Dread Swamp. 
  
This is a short story of 5300 words or 19 print pages in the Thurvok sword and sorcery series, but may be read as a standalone. Includes an introduction and afterword.
Available since: 04/30/2020.

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