The Storyline

Forces greater than even the magic of Merlin granted him his dark immortality...Over a thousand years ago he was Richard d'Orleans, undefeated champion of Normandy, then he was Lancelot du Lac, Arthur's greatest knight. Now he is Richard Dun, security specialist in modern Toronto, but still he hears the irresistable summons of the Old Ways, and answers them. To save the woman he loves above all else, he must do the impossible. Once more, the last defender of Camelot must begin anew his quest for the Grail... This time to suceed---or die forever!

Ordering Information

Scheduled release date January 1997 from Baen Books. 400 action-packed pages. Retail price $21.00 US or $28.00 Canadian for hardback book

Ordering Address (as opposed to the correspondence address) for Baen:

WebWrights
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Request the Audio Book

For those who would like to see the audiobook version become a reality, please drop a short, polite request to the correspondence address below. Please indicate that you would like to have the full unabridged 6-hour reading by Mr. Bennett himself. They need letters of interest to support the financial investment of making the audiobook available.

Correspondence Address:

Baen Publishing Enterprises
P.O. Box 1403
Riverdale, NY 10471

What P.N. Elrod has to say

"I've" enjoyed this collaboration far more thoroughly than I ever imagined! I want all of you to know that Nigel is truly a terrific guy to work with. His attitude throughout has been the best, both professionally and artistically, and I'm pleased to say he's got me spoiled *rotten* for doing collaborations with any other writers! Nigel and I are very proud of this novel, and more than that, we both know it stands fine on its own merits. Yes we each contributed to the book, but in this case the whole is most decidedly greater than the sum of its parts. I hope when you read it you'll think so too!"

P.N. Elrod, courtesy the P.N. Elrod Fan Club

What" Nigel Bennett has to say

"The book delves into all sorts of areas from Arthurian legends to Shamanism and Goddess worship. I think that it will be a really good read. It certainly was a wonderful experience for me to write, or at least co-write, it. I think that I put a lot of myself into it, and am very pleased with my first attempt at writing fiction. Pat was a great help both in what she wrote, and in the way she helped me with what I wrote. In all I've had great fun and a wonderful experience."

Nigel Bennett, courtesy the Nigel Bennett Fan Club


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