Act 1: Deverry

Welcome to the world of Deverry. In these first steps into Katharine Kerr’s epic fantasy series, readers are introduced Jill, a young girl with strange dreams; her  father, the mercenary soldier Cullyn; the exiled  berserker Rhodry Maelwaedd; and the ancient and  powerful herbman Nevyn, all bound in a struggle against  darkness. . . and a quest to fulfill the  destinies determined centuries ago.

Act 2: The Westlands

Comprising books 5-8 of the Deverry Cycle, Act 2 follows Rhodry’s self-imposed exile and subsequent quest to find a dragon, and a Horsekin invasion of Deverry.

Act 3: The Dragon Mage

Katharine Kerr returns to Deverry’s war-ravaged past in the third arc of the Deverry Cycle.

Act 4: The Silver Wyrm

The exciting conclusion of the Deverry cycle!

Polar City Blues:

In Polar City - the capital of Hagar, one of the planets in the forlorn Star Republic - a human-dominated entity is caught in the power politics between the enormous Interstellar Confederation and the Coreward Alliance.

The leaders of these entities keep their alien eyes on the Republic in the hopes of one day adding its territory to theirs. When an alien member of the Confederation is found murdered in Hagar's public square, the situation turns dangerous fast.

To solve the case, Police Chief Al Bates must depend on an unlikely ally, cashiered Navy officer Bobbie Lacey, the only sapient on planet who knows what goes on in the ghettos and underworlds of Polar City.

Polar City Nightmare:

A science fiction mystery with a political twist.

The investigation of blackmail and murder on two planets uncovers an interstellar plot that jeopardizes the political balance between the human dominated Republic and the two major alien dominated governments.

Set both in Polar City on Hagar and on the capital planet of Sarah POLAR CITY NIGHTMARE explores the universe of Katharine Kerr's previous bestseller, POLAR CITY BLUES, digs into its history, and takes a closer look at the interstellar confederation, one of its major cultures. It develops themes first sounded in the original book: machine intelligence, prejudice, and human relationships, along with a look at what is truly 'alien'. It is a major work of SF imagination.

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