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Debt of War (#3 Embers of War)

Christopher G. Nuttall

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47North
03 November 2020
Adventure; Science fiction; Space opera; Future Society; Space; War; Space Ships
It's a star system fight to the death to be on the right side of history in the final explosive Kat Falcone novel by bestselling author Christopher G. Nuttall.

The Commonwealth Civil War has stalemated, but both sides-desperate to win at all costs-are looking for ways to end the fighting before everything they've built is turned to ash. King Hadrian, on the edge of madness, searches for allies who might help, at a price. His enemies, all too aware the battle is far from won, search for long-forgotten truths that might tear the king's forces apart and end the war in a single blow. For Admiral Kat Falcone and Commodore William McElney, caught on opposite sides, everything they've ever loved is at stake.

William knows a secret, a secret that may end the war if he and his friend Kat can work together long enough to use it. But powerful forces are arrayed against them, intent on fighting the war to the bitter end. One false move and they'll both fall into fire...

...

And hundreds of planets will burn with them.
By:   Christopher G. Nuttall
Imprint:   47North
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   3
ISBN:   9781542019552
ISBN 10:   1542019559
Series:   The Embers of War
Publication Date:   03 November 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Christopher G. Nuttall is the author of more than a dozen series, including the bestselling Ark Royal books, as well as the Embers of War, Angel in the Whirlwind, Royal Sorceress, Bookworm, Schooled in Magic, Twilight of the Gods, and Zero Enigma series. Born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland, Christopher studied history, which inspired him to imagine new worlds and create an alternate-history website. Those imaginings provided a solid base for storytelling and eventually led him to publish more than one hundred works, including novels, short stories, and one novella. He moves between Britain and Malaysia with his partner, muse, and critic, Aisha. For more information, visit his blog at www.chrishanger.wordpress.com and his website at www.chrishanger.net.

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