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Murder in Lamut (Mass Market Paperbound)
In Midkemia, there are no easy roads . . .
For twenty years the mercenaries Durine, Kethol, and Pirojil have fought other people's battles. Having already defeated the Tsurani, the Bugs, and the goblins, it seems there are no more enemies for them to vanquish--even as the Riftwar rages on in the west. What lies ahead for the able trio are a few welcomed months of restful garrison duty.
When ordered to accompany the promiscuous Lady Mondegreen, her aging husband, and her current lover to a summit in the city of LaMut, the Three Swords willingly comply, expecting an uncomplicated and undemanding assignment. But nothing is straightforward in this land of violence and treachery. And when the fury of a winter's storm traps them inside a castle teeming with ambitious, plotting lords and ladies, the mercenaries suddenly find themselves with a series of cold-blooded murders to solve . . . and the political future of Midkemia resting in their hands.
About the Author
Raymond E. Feist is the multiple New York Times bestselling author or coauthor of thirty previous books all but one of which are Riftwar Cycle novels. He lives in San Diego.
Joel Rosenberg teaches Judaic Studies and World Literature at Tufts University. His commentary on Genesis was published recently as part of The HarperCollins Study Bible, and he also translated Kol Haneshamah: The Reconstructionist Sabbath and Festival Prayer Book. He is writing a book of essays about the Jewish experience on film.