4 edition of The Baron and the Mogul swords found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR6005.R517 B372 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
There are common features that all swords had to have in order to be swords. First, a blade – which I describe in the book as the “body” of the sword because it is the part that “does the work”, from a physical point of view; it is usually concealed beneath “clothing” (the scabbard) and only those most intimately acquainted with. Directed by Peter Allen. With Ho-Sung Pak, Liesl Lombardo, Richard Divizio, Taimak. An Asian cop returns to Chicago to revenge his brother's death, only to .
Buy a cheap copy of Book of Swords (Books 1 to 3) by Fred Saberhagen. The First Swords were forged by the gods as pieces in a great game, to be scattered across the world for mortals to fight over. Each of the 12 Swords was infused Free shipping over $ John Mannering, the Baron, a Lord turned cracksman. The Third in the Baron Series. Rare in Dust jacket especially in this condition. Book Condition: Very Good+: slight crease down spine panel, moderate edge wear. Very light foxing to prelims, lightly tanned page Rating: % positive.
Harold Thompson was born at the end of the s and grew up in the prog rock era, surrounded by the music of Genesis, Pink Floyd, and Yes. His favourite TV shows as a child were the original Star Trek, freshly syndicated Gilligan’s Island, and Space: He studied neuroscience and cognitive psychology, running two independent labs for his honours degree program (a sort of mini-Masters).Reviews: 7. () Novel (as Anthony Morton): "The Baron on Board" () Novel (as Anthony Morton): "A Sword for the Baron" (aka "The Baron and the Mogul Swords") () Novel (as Anthony Morton): "Bad for the Baron" (aka "The Baron and the Stolen Legacy") () Novel (as Anthony Morton): "A Branch for the Baron" (aka "The Baron Branches Out").
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The Baron and the Mogul swords. [Anthony Morton] -- John Mannering known as the Baron, burglar turned antique dealer, whose London shop in internationally known and who also acts as an unofficial adviser to Scotland Yard. The story begins with a visit. A Sword for the Baron book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. John Mannering, reformed jewel thief, risks his prestige--and /5. The Baron and the Mogul swords Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. A Sword for the Baron () (U.S. title The Baron and the Mogul Swords) The Baron on Board () The Baron and the Chinese Puzzle () Sport for the Baron () Affair for the Baron () The Baron and the Missing Old Masters () The Baron and the Unfinished Portrait () Last Laugh for the Baron () The Baron Goes A-Buying ().
The Book of Swords Series is a series of science fiction/fantasy novels written by Fred Saberhagen. The story revolves around the Twelve Swords of Power, which were forged by the gods and given to humanity, and how various characters acquire and use them.
The series spans several decades and features dozens of characters. An omnibus of the first three Book of Swords novels. Read the First Book of Swords as part of my high fantasy month on my blog. Interesting world, cool idea about the swords. Wasn't just action packed, but I enjoyed the story.
Although I liked it, and started the second book of swords, I just couldn't get into it any further and stopped reading/5(77). The big war-sword of Type XIIa is an absolutely classic type.
I wanted the Baron to make justice to the best of those XIIa blades that I've experienced. The goal for the Baron was to represent a large-sized weapon with powerful and quick handling and an immediate and compelling visual impact.
Please see any and all photos connected with this listing. The dustjacket is a bit scuffed but all pages intact and legible. Clean. No store stamps. (Book 36 in the Baron series) Oriental intrigue hides a fortune in stolen jewelry behind a barricade of sudden death. John Creasey writing as Anthony Morton Seller Inventory.
Red Eye for the Baron was also titled Blood Red. A Branch for the Baron was also published as The Baron Branches Out. Bad for the Baron was re-published as The Baron and the Stolen Legacy. A Sword for the Baron is also known as The Baron and the Mogul Swords.
The Baron – King Maker was later released as King Maker Baron. The audiobook version of The Book of Swords was released on Octo Its narrators include Arthur Morey, Katharine McEwan, Kim Mai Guest, Elliot Hill, Steve West, Richard Brewer, Nicholas Guy Smith, Kirby Heyborne, Ralph Lister, Mark Deakins, and Julia Whelan.
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The Baron and the Mogul Swords by Anthony Morton: The Baron, John Mannering, series written by Anthony Morton, a pseudonym/pen name for John Creasey. Related publisher series.
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(U.S. title The Baron and the Mogul Swords) The Baron on Board () The Baron and the Chinese Puzzle () Sport for the Baron () Affair for the Baron () The Baron and the Missing Old Masters () The Baron and the Unfinished Portrait ().Amiable follow-up to Saberhagen's paperback Swords yarns. The 12 magical Swords, forged by the gods (who subsequently perished in various wars), each have singular but sharply limited powers.
Prince Mark of Tasavalta possesses the sword Shield-breaker, but what he really needs is the sword Woundhealer to treat the stubborn, incapacitating ailments of his son Adrian. The book is a history of swords from the dawn of time to the late 19th century.
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